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  1. It's time to restart this thread here, after the death of NA. For the past decade, I've been keeping track of my journey to collect Famicom carts. Join me as the journey continues toward the full set! Games owned 96.11% = 1012/1053 Money Spent $4,322.36 = $4.27 per game Most Expensive Games 1 Summer Carinval '92: Recca 373.60 2 Seirei Densetsu Lickle 160.00 3 Moon Crystal 121.99 4 Battle Formula 102.55 5 Captain Saver 77.94 6 Empire Strikes Back 48.71 7 Gimmick 45.00 8 Igo Meikan 38.84 9 Hebereke 37.50 10 Bucky O'Hare 29.17 11 Nakayoshi to Issho 29.06 12 Solomon no Kagi 2 28.00 13 Pizza Pop 27.56 14 Rockman 27.05 15 Don Doko Don 2 26.00 Lagrange Point 26.00 17 Kyoro-chan Land 25.30 18 Battletoads 21.99 19 Karaoke Studio 20.00 Mitsume ga Tooru 20.00 21 Family BASIC v3.0 19.19 22 SD Gundam: Gundam Wars (DATACH) 19.00 23 Dragon Ball: Dai Maou Fukkatsu 18.75 Dragon Ball Z Gaiden 18.75 Juuryoku Soukou Metal Storm 18.75 Publisher sets (17/33 with 10+ games completed) Square ASCII Namco KAC Toei Nintendo Tokyo Shoseki Coconuts Pack-in Video Kemco Hudson Koei Takara Tokuma Shoten Yutaka Asmik Pony Canyon Victor Data East Notes I've gone back and figured out how much I've spent for every game, along with the approximate date I received each one. For older lot purchases, I used my old price guide (from 2012) to determine how much I paid for each game. But since in the years since, I've just counted each game in a lot equally. Money spent includes shipping (except for trades). It doesn't include games bought that I already owned that I got another copy of. Also, if I get another copy of a game in better condition, I don't count the cost of the new game. I just keep the cost of the first copy I had, even though it's been switched out. I use the list of games on Japanese Wikipedia, which leads to a total of 1,053 carts. This is the standard number over there, although it can certainly be debated. Remaining Games .
  2. Hi there - just looking for people to sell me some of the small box famicom games I need to complete my collection! For those who aren't aware of those, there's a handy little blog post all about them here - https://nintendosegajapan.com/2018/10/31/complete-nintendo-small-box-famicom-game-set/ I am looking for these to be complete with the manual, cartridge, and preferably the little plastic bag the games were wrapped with too, though if that last part is missing, it's not a deal breaker. The mainline ones I need to finish my set are: Wild Gunman Mah-Jong Gomoku Narabe Renju Golf Donkey Kong 3 Donkey Kong Jr Math Popeye no Eigo Asobi To be clear, I am only looking for the small box versions of this games as of now, not the re-released 'silver' variants that were released a few years later. Payment can be via PayPal, and shipping would be to Canada.
  3. I have a little over 600 unique NES carts, 600 unique Famicom, and 130+ Famicom Disk Games. I keep track of these in Excel and I'm working a unified workbook, where I have 3 tabs (NES, Famicom, and Famicom Disk System) and a column on each noting the name for Famicom/NES variants (US centric). Anyone have a good starting point for personal use? I'm fully aware of the complexities that would popup in creating a grand unified database that can be used as a definitive reference. This is not my end goal. For Famicom I'd like Japanese title using Kanji, Japanese title using English Alphabet, Unique ID (e.g. Super Mario Bros 2 is FMC-SMB), Release date, Publisher, Developer (if available), and if it was released on NES that title as well. For Famicom I have a master list with Famicom and the Disk System mixed together but no Kanji and only about 100 NES titles filled in from my personal collection. I'm happy to share if anyone needs but it's not really set up for others to view. If anyone is interested in seeing a comparison of Famicom and NES releases, of the same title, you can see my hashtags on instagram: #NESVsFamicomArt and #NESVsFamicomBoxArt Thanks!
  4. dale_coop

    KUBO 3 (NES)

    When he was creating his previous small game for the NESmaker Byte-Off 2019 competition, my son had lots of ideas that he would have liked to incorporate into his entry game. However, due to lack of time, he wrote everything down and told me that it would be for the next game... that how was created KUBO 3. The game takes up the adventures of the cowboy turtle where the previous episode ended. The Evil Mole kidnapped the villagers... and Kubo will have to find 4 sacred objects in order to free them. It took my son Seiji almost a year to make this game. As usual, we mostly worked on it for a few days during school holidays or on rainy weekends. He wanted to finish it before our February vacations because he wanted to hand it to Joe Granato, the creator of NESmaker (on a short trip to Florida for a few days). (Joe Granato & Seiji - Feb 15th 2020) We hope you will enjoy this little game as we had fun making it. Tools used: NESmaker, Paint.NET, Notepad++, famitracker Soundtrack: Raftronaut Updates: 2020-07-01 minor cosmetic adjustments (bushes, cemetery level) for the cart version to come 2020-04-24 fixed the death issues (in the under water level) and small modifications to balance the game 2020-04-12 small modification (the graphics on the Castle door tile was not the correct ones) 2020-03-27 added english/french languages support, fixed a few issues to make the game more coherent/balanced 2020-03-04 fixed/moved some tiles in the overworld that could get the player stuck in solid tiles when entering some screens Downloads: https://dale-coop.itch.io/kubo-3-nes-game-by-sj-games Gameplay video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmvFVepsiaw Physical NES cartridge complete in box: sold out Cart only version is also still available: And now on FAMICOM !!! Will be available Spring 2021 (limited print 100 copies shipping worldwide) (for pre-orders, contact me on PM or emails, Twitter, FB,...)
  5. New Famicom homebrew for sale in May. A bullet-hell single screen arcade game. You are an astronaut ninja at the bottom of the screen with an insane amount of enemies firing at you from above, while you constantly returning fire. Even though this is not a scrolling SHMUP, I think those fans will feel right at home. It looks wild and awesome at the same time. Checkout the video. Developer Twitter: https://twitter.com/zan2zanjp https://twitter.com/zan2zanjp?s=20https://twitter.com/zan2zanjp?s=20
  6. Hello there! Please take a look at my stuff. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. If you need more information or more pics, please, e-mail me before you buy. Thanks for watching. Regards, Alex. 1. Very rare "Dendy Junior II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - RF unit (acceptable oxodized condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $250, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 2. Very rare "Subor SB-225" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in China in 90's by "Subor". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes (Full ultimate bundle): - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (good used condition, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - light gun (good condition); - game cartridge (good condition); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $400, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 3. Very rare "Dendy Classic II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges, BUT GAMEPADS DON'T WORK (board replacement required). PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - NO CARDBOARD COVER! - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console (very good condition, please see pics); - two gamepads (PLEASE NOTE! GAMEPADS DON'T WORK! Board replacement required); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $450, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 4. Brand new & factory sealed "Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Nintendo Classic Mini)" console in European PAL design. First 2017 revision. Price: $200 $190 $180, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 5. Brand new & factory sealed PS Vita games & memory cards. European versions, including for Russia. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed - $45; - Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - $60; - Resistance: Burning Skies - $65; - Wipeout 2048 - $65; - Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time - $55; - The Jak & Daxter Trilogy - $60; - Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition - $55; - Invizimals: The Alliance - $30; - LittleBigPlanet - $45; - Rayman Origins - $40; - Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey - $40; - Lego The Lord of the Rings - $40; - Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - $70; - Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - $65; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $25; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $40. 6. 8-bit Famicom compatable BIG TV GAME cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 16 (4?) in 1 - $40; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $40; - 96 (7?) in 1 - $25; - 1000 (8?) in 1 - $35; - 1500 (15?) in 1 - $30; - 9999999 (7?) in 1 - $35; - 2 in 1: Joe & Mac, Sonic Prince (Banana Prince hack) - $55; - 2 in 1: Adventure Island, Mickey Mouse - $40; - 2 in 1: Prince Of Persia, The Little Mermaid - $30; - 2 in 1: Batman, Kickmaster - $40; - 3 in 1: Battletoads, NBA, X-Men - $50; - 3 in 1: Battletoads & Double Dragon, X-Men, Metal Gear - $50; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Samurai Pizza Cats, Darkwing Duck, Tiny Toon Adventures - $40; - Super Hik 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, TMNT 1, Red Pig (TaleSpin hack), Yo! Noid - $50; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Darkwing Duck, Samurai Pizza Cats, Tiny Toon Adventures - $30; - 4 in 1: Darkwing Duck, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Tom & Jerry & Tuffy, The Ren & Stimpy Show - $30; - 4 in 1: TMNT Tournament Fighters, NY Nyankies, Darkwing Duck, The Young Indiana Jones - $40; - Super Hik 6 in 1: Contra, 1944, The Little Mermaid, DuckTales 2, Super Contra, 1943 - $55; - Castle Of Dragon - $30; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - SOLD; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - SOLD; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) - $55; - Darkman - $55; - DuckTales - $50; - Elevator Action - $70; - RocoCop 3 - $55; - Samurai Pizza Cats - $40; - Street Fighter VI 16 Peoples (Bootleg fighting game) - SOLD; - Strider - SOLD; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $80; - The Little Mermaid - $55; - TMNT - $70; - Warpman - $30; 7. 8-bit Famicom compatable game cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 7 in 1 - $25 - 12 (4?) in 1 - $25; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $35; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $35; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $30; - 58 (6?) in 1 - $30; - 64 (5?) in 1 - $30; - 150 (8?) in 1 - $40; - Super Hik 300 (5?) in 1 - $50; - 300 (7?) in 1 - $35; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $30; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $35; - 600 (8?) in 1 - $30; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $30; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $35; - 9999 (5?) in 1 (From Lifa Famiclone bundle) - $50; - 9999 (5?) in 1 - $45; - 2 in 1: The New Ghostbusters 2 & Felix Vs. Jerry (Tiny Toon hack) - $40; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castlevania (Broken board holders, without the ability to save - no battery) - $45; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Prince Of Persia - $40; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Trojan - $40; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castle Of Dragon - $40; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) & The New Ghostbusters 2 - SOLD; - The Addams Family & Panic Restaurant (Japan version) - $65; - 4 in 1: Hogan's Alley, Macross, Wild Gunman & Duck Hunt - $35; - 7 in 1: Street Fighter 2010, Alien 3, Contra Force, Moster In My Pocket (Batman & Flash sprites), TMNT Tournament Fighters, Captain America and the Avengers, Joe & Mac - $50; - 1945 (Sky Shark hack) - SOLD; - Aladdin (SNES hack) - $60; - American Gladiators - $30; - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - $45; - Barbie - $35; - Batman - $35; - Captain America and the Avengers - $35; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (japanese version) - $40; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $45; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $45; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $30; - Contra 6 (Contra Force) - $45; - Digger T. Rock - $35; - The Fantastic Adventures Of Dizzy - SOLD; - DJ Boy (Roller Games hack) - $25; - Disneyland Adventures 2 (Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi: Crazy Land Daisakusen) - $40; - Double Dragon 2 - $30; - Double Dragon 2 - $20; - Double Dragon 3 - $15; - Bram Stoker's Dracula - $60; - F1 Hero 2 - $30; - Godzilla - $30; - Great Tank - $25; - Home Alone 2 - $30; - James Bond Jr. - $35; - Jungle Book - $35; - Nekketsu Kakuto Densetsu - $30; - New Ghostbusters 2 - $40; - Ninja Gaiden 3 (japanese version) - $45; - NY Nyankies - $30; - Prince Of Persia - $50; - RoboCop - $30; - Spartan X 2 - SOLD; - Tecmo World Cup Soccer - $30; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $60; - Tiny Toon 4 (?) - $35; - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (broken board holders) - $45; - Tom & Jerry and Tuffy - $30; - Top Gun 2 - $35; - Werewolf - $35; - World Games (broken board holders) - $15 $10; 7. Rare brand new PC games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Imperishable Night - $40; - Phantasmagoria Of Flower View - $40; - Subterranean Animism - $40; - The Embodiment Of Scarlet Devil - $40. 8. Rare brand new & sealed Sega Dreamcast region free games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Dux Version 1.5 - $75; - Fst Striker - $90; - Last Hope: Pink Bullets - $90; - Sturmwind - $75.
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