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  1. Don’t be afraid to send me an offer. Shipping will be calculated in addition at time of purchase. Happy shopping. NES CIB Super Mario Bros 2 - 80 - comes with Nintendo branded dust sleeve not pictured Caveman Games - 55 NES CB Rollergames - 50 NES Loose Robin Hood Prince of Thieves - 10 Spy vs Spy - 9 Top Gun - 5 RC Pro Am - 8 Blades of Steel - 7 Othello - 3 Solar Jetman - 6 Bayou Billy - 5 MTV Remote Control - 8 Spy Hunter - 8 Wrath of the Black Manta - 8 Sky Shark - 6 Where’s Waldo - 8 American Gladiators - 8 Sesame Street 123 - 4 Sesame Street ABC - 4 Snake Rattle and Roll - 9 Al Unser Jr Turbo Racing - 4 Total Recall - 9 World Class Track Meet - 5 Wheel Of Fortune - Junior Edition - 5 Wheel of Fortune - Family Edition - 5 Wheel of Fortune - 5 Tecmo World Wrestling - 7 Super Off-Road - 10 Renegade - 8 Track & Field - 8 Heavy Shreddin - 6 Tiger-Heli - 7 Kings of the Beach - 6 Legacy of the Wizard - 5 Metal Gear - 13 Double Dribble - 4 Knight Rider - 12 Rescue the Embassy Mission - 6 Skate or Die 2 - 10 Star Soldier - 8 Tennis - 9 Baseball - 7 Jeopardy - 6 Tecmo Bowl - 8 Pro Wrestling - 7 Gyromite - 5 Excitebike - 10 10 Yard Fight - 4 Silent Service - 4 Vegas Dream - 4 Solomon’s Key - 15 Roger Clemens MVP Baseball - 4 T&C Surf Designs - 6 Zoda’s Revenge - 13 Smash TV - 10 Rollerball - 8 Vindicators - 10 Gauntlet - 10 Big Nose the Caveman - 17 The Simpsons Bart Vs. The World - 10 Mission Impossible - 5 Milon’s Secret Castle - 7 Millipede - 6 Mighty Bomb Jack - 12 Mickey Mousecapade - 7 Yoshi - 8 Mystery Quest - 9 Magic Johnson’s Fast Break - 4 Rad Racer II - 6 Solstice - 8 Tetris - 10 Tetris 2 - Ikari Warriors II - 8 Gauntlet II - 8 Demon Sword - 8 Days of Thunder - 5 Hook - 14 Trick Shooting - 12 Roger Rabbit - 10 Low G Man + Manual - 11 Dragons Lair - 30 Faxanadu - 13 Deadly Towers - 7 Daydreamin Davey - 19 Kung Fu - 7 Platoon - 5 Hydlide - 8 Gotcha - 6 Crystalis - 20 Lolo - 12 NES Manuals Super Mario Bros Super Mario Bros 3 Cybernoid Dragon Warrior Super C Ninja Gaiden 2 Faxanadu Yoshi s Cookie Target renegade Street fighter 2010 Jackal MLB Legendary Wings Lolo Secret of mana poster Shadowgate Gradius Gradius iii Tmnt Talespin tetris diddy Kong Racing PSX Long Boxes Discworld B - 35 Assault Rigs B - 10 Williams Arcade Greatest Hits IB - 5 ShellShock IB - 10 Bases Loaded 96 B - 5 Battle Arena Toshinden IB - 10 Return Fire B - 20 NBA Live 96 IB - 10 Need for Speed IB - 15 Destruction Derby - 10 Descent CIB - 15 Panzer General CIB - 20 PO’ed CIB - 45 Spin Jam - 5 Grudge Warriors - 8 Darklight Conflict - 13 Crash Team Racing (greatest hits) - 15 Missile Command - 6 Mulan - 3 Hot Wheels Turbo Racing - 8 Need For Speed 3 - 8 Sno Cross Championship Racing - 5 Ball Breakers - 3 Dark Stone - 5 Syphon Filter 2 - 5 Air Combat (greatest hits) - 3 spongebob SquarePants (greatest hits) - 5 activision classics (greatest hits) - 3 Lightspan Lightspan Family Connection disc - lightspan demo disc - FO Lightspan commons also available.
  2. Here are links to full size scans or source pics for these titles: NES - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yWR-uA1lw7cl9syYUJisX78Z8f-AV7l8?usp=sharing Multi Game Books (will cover other systems too) - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WutRhihOVW65YoyKWNq0EwHLD-gEYacP?usp=sharing Game Specific Guides Name Publisher Comments Cover Alt. Cover Adventures of Lolo 1 HAL Adventures of Lolo 2 Brian Adventures of Lolo 3 HAL Adventures in Tetris NP Magazine Extra All of Wizardry Hint Book Nexoft All of Wizardry II: Knight of Diamonds Asciiware Captain Planet and the Planeteers Hint Book Mindscape Carmen Sandiego Companion, Ultimate Unofficial Bantam Crystalis Clue Book: Get a Clue SNK Déjà vu Hint Book Kemco-Seika Dragon Warrior NP Magazine Extra Dragon Warrior II, Unveiled Secrets of Enix Dragon Warrior IV Tokuma Dungeon Magic: Sword of Elements Taito Fester's Quest: Sunsoft's Perfect Guide Book Sunsoft Final Fantasy Nintendo Nintendo Power - Issue 17 How to Win at Super Mario Bros Takuma Shoten King's Quest V Sierra Likely technically a PC guide, but still cool Maniac Mansion Hint Book Jaleco Color edition is NES B&W edition is PC Might & Magic: Secret of the Inner Sanctum Cluebook Sammy Milon's Secret Castle Secrets, Hints and Clues Hudson Soft Originally came with map Ninja Gaiden II Nintendo Nintendo Power - Issue 15 Robowarrior Official Hint Sheet Jaleco Color and B&W variants confirmed Shadowgate Hint Book Kemco-Seika Star Wars Hint Book Lucasarts Super Mario Bros 2 - Inside Out v1 / v2 NP Magazine Extra Super Mario Bros 3 Nintendo Nintendo Power - Issue 13 Tetris Masters, Tricks of the Classic NES Createspace Ultima Exodus Hint Book FCI Uninvited Hint Book Kemco-Seika Wall Street Kid Tip Sheet Sofel Zelda: Tips and Tactics Nintendo Multi Game Guides Name Publisher Comments Cover Alt Cover 4 Player Extra Nintendo Nintendo Power - Issue 19 Battletoads Battlebook Prima Beyond the Nintendo Masters Hayden Books Big Book of Nintendo Games Compute Books Castlevania Hint Book Compute Books Compute's Conquering Super Mario Bros (1st Ed.) Compute Books Compute's Conquering Super Mario Bros (2nd Ed.) Compute Books Compute's Conquering Zelda (1st Ed.) Compute Books Compute's Conquering Zelda (2nd Ed.) Compute Books Compute's Guide to Nintendo Adventure Games Compute Books Compute's Guide to Nintendo Games Compute Books Compute's Nintendo Secrets Compute Books Compute's Nintendo Tips and Tricks Compute Books Consumer's Guide: Hot Tips for the Coolest Nintendo Games Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: More Hot Tips for Nintendo Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Nintendo Fun, Book for Beginners Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: More Nintendo Fun, Book for Beginners Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Nintendo Strategies (white cover) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Nintendo Strategies (red cover) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Nintendo Strategies (yellow cover) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: More Nintendo Strategies Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Super Strategies (blue cover) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Super Strategies (white cover) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Super Strategies (1st print / grey cover) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Winning Tips for Nintendo Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Winning Tips for Nintendo (mini book variant) Consumer Reports Consumer's Guide: Winner's Guide to Nintendo Consumer Reports Game Atlas Nintendo Game Counsellor's Answerbook Microsoft Press Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 1 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 2 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 3 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 4 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 5 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 6 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 7 Signal Research Game Player's Encyclopedia of Nintendo Games Volume 8 Signal Research Hot Tips: Adventure Games GamePro Hot Tips: Sports Games GamePro How to Beat Nintendo Gamebook [IMPORT] Boxtree Limited How to Win at Super Mario Games St. Martin's Press How to Win at Super Mario Games Special Edition (includes Dr. Mario) St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games (boxed set) St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games (black cover / first edition) St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games (red w/ yellow starburst cover) St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games (red w/ white starburst cover) St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games #2 St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games #3 St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games #4 St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Sports Games St. Martin's Press How to Win at Nintendo Games, Best of St. Martin's Press Mega Man, Official Guide to Compute Books Mastering Nintendo Video Games (1st pressing) Hayden Books Mastering Nintendo Video Games (2nd pressing) Hayden Books Mastering Nintendo Video Games II Hayden Books Nintendo Game Strategies Volume 1 Prima - PSOTG Nintendo Game Strategies Volume 2 Prima - PSOTG Nintendo Game Strategies Volume 3 Prima - PSOTG Nintendo Game Secrets Volume 4 Prima - PSOTG Nintendo Game Secrets Greatest Tips GamePro Nintendo Action Games Millbook Press Nintendo Role Playing Games Millbook Press Ocean's Guide to Jurassic Park Supplemental Magazine Official Nintendo Player's Guide Nintendo Top Secret Passwords Nintendo Tips of the Classic NES Tetris Masters Createspace Tricks of the Nintendo Masters Hayden Books Ultima, Official Book of Compute Books Ultimate Hint Book Ultimate Game Club Ultimate Strategy Guide to Super Mario Bros Random House Ultimate Unauthorized Nintendo Classic Game Strategies Random House Ultimate Unauthorized Nintendo Classic Game Strategies (2nd Edition) Random House Ultimate Unauthorized Nintendo Game Strategies Volume 1 Random House Ultimate Unauthorized Nintendo Game Strategies Volume 2 Random House Ultimate Unauthorized Nintendo Game Strategies Volume 3 Random House Video Game Secrets --- Vidiot Boy's Guide to Zelda Vidiot Boy Zelda Collector's Edition Nintendo
  3. Introduction While not my favorite genre, there are a fair number of horror/haunted-themed video games that I like. And since it's October, I thought now would be a good time to make a blog sharing my top 10 horror games. Some of these aren't really "horror" games, but still have a sense of the season by having haunted levels or enemies such as ghosts or bats. Top 10 Horror/Haunted Games 10.Monster Party Monster Party deserves a spot on this list just for the fact that it is weird. It is so weird, that it is awesome. As soon as the title screen appears, the game introduces you to the boss characters...some of which are food items, like a giant Shrimp and an Onion Ring. Things are a little weird already, but it gets weirder as soon as you start the game. You play as a kid named Mark, who is walking home from a Baseball game. A Gargoyle named Bert appears suddenly and tells Mark that his world is in trouble, and he needs his help. Why he would ask an ordinary kid with a Baseball Bat is a mystery, but the weirdness is what makes this game worth playing. Right before a level starts, this screen is shown. Despite the fact that Nintendo usually didn't allow companies to include blood and violence in their games at the time, apparently this screen showing skeletons in a pool of blood was okay. Once the first level starts, you realize that the game itself is a generic platformer. Nothing bad or overly weird, just generic and a little boring. Or so it seems. Each level in the game has doors. Enter the doors, and you're in a room. Creepy music starts playing. Some of the rooms are empty, and some of them have bosses. In one of the rooms is a giant plant. So...does this remind you of anything? It's supposed to be a reference to Little Shop of Horrors. In a prototype version, this is more obvious due to the presence of a Microphone and a Speaker. The plant shoots (what appear to be) bubbles. You can either run up to it and whack it with Mark's Bat, or you can "play ball" and swing Mark's Bat to send the bubbles back at the plant. On the right side of the room, there is an invisible object that Mark can stand on. This is the Speaker from the prototype version; it's still there, just not visible. In another room, one of the bosses says he's/it's "dead" (yet he/it can still talk, apparently), and you win the battle without even doing anything. About halfway through the level, you come across this tree. Walk past the tree and the seemingly happy, mostly peaceful level turns into a bloody nightmare. The tree's face changes, other faces appear, and the happy face platforms turn into skulls. The music even changes when this happens. I'm not sure if Nintendo's censors didn't get past the title screen, or if they allowed this because they wanted the game to appeal to older players. The last boss of the first level is a Pumpkin Ghost that says "Please don't pick on me." Beat this boss to get a key and move on to the next level. Anyway, you get the idea. The game itself isn't great by any means but is still worth playing because of how weird it is. If you haven't already, I recommend reading about the prototype version as it has even more parodies and references to classic horror films. Even though the game was made in Japan and the prototype version is for the Famicom, the game wasn't released in Japan. It was only released in the U.S. and Canada. 9.Jersey Devil Remember this early 3D platformer for the PS1? In the late '90s, I remember playing a demo of this game. I also sort of remember seeing the commercial for this game. I later bought the game on eBay in 2018. The levels have a haunted theme, such as forests and museums. There is a bonus level where you slide and collect Pumpkins (I remember this in the demo I played in 1998/1999). The controls, while not bad, are a little awkward. You press Circle to duck, and press Triangle to glide. Actually, the controls are similar to Crash Bandicoot. Also, you can move the camera around with either L2 or R2 like in the Spyro the Dragon games. The controls are alright for an early PS1 game, though, and the game supports the analog controls of the PS1's Dual Shock Controller. Some of the music tracks, such as the music that plays in the Museum level, have a creepy vibe to them. The music that plays when Jersey Devil loses all of his energy freaked me out a little when I was a kid. Like several other PS1 games, you can put the game into a CD Player or Computer and listen to the game's soundtrack (or you can go to the PS1's menu and load up its music player). 8.Wendy: Every Witch Way A late release for the Game Boy Color. If you don't know who Wendy is, she's one of Casper's friends. I've known about this game since the early 2000's, because it was featured in Nintendo Power (Volume 151, Dec. 2001). I bought a sealed copy for about $50 on eBay in 2014 (I also got a sealed copy of Mega Man Xtreme for around the same price and from the same seller in 2012). Unfortunately, even used copies of the game are over $100 now. The game is similar to Metal Storm for NES, because of Wendy's ability to change gravity. Wendy, being a Witch, has a wand that can be used to shoot at enemies. By collecting stars, her shots become stronger. There is an "Advance World" with three extra levels that can be played on a Game Boy Advance, but not a Game Boy Color. This was likely a marketing decision, as the game doesn't appear to make use of the Game Boy Advance's capabilities (unlike Shantae, which came out even later than this game). Since the GameCube's Game Boy Player is basically a Game Boy Advance, the Advance World levels can also be played on the Game Boy Player. Check out the video above; I got through the Advance World without getting hit even once. 7.Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti (Famicom) There are many Splatterhouse games. This one, however, came out in Japan-only for the Famicom. It remained exclusive to Japan until it was released for Switch in Namco Museum Archives (released in Japan as "Namcot Collection"). Unlike other Splatterhouse games, the characters in this game have kind of a cute look to them. I guess they wanted this game to be more kid-friendly than the other games in the series. Like Monster Party, this game both parodies and pays homage to classic Horror movies. Some of these include Bram Stoker's Dracula, John Carpenter's Halloween, and Friday the 13th. I played through and beat the game last year, during the Halloween Bingo contest here on Video Game Sage. If you can't import a copy for the Famicom, I recommend importing a physical copy of Namcot Collection for Switch (the Switch is not region-locked, so it works on any Switch). Otherwise, download Namco Museum Archives Vol. 1 (the American release of Namcot Collection, and split into two volumes for some reason). 6.Pac-Man World 2 (PS2/GameCube) While Pac-Man World 2 is not really a "horror" game, anyone who's played even one Pac-Man game knows that Pac-Man games have ghosts. Furthermore, Pac-Man World 2 has three haunted levels. If you think this game is only for kids, think again. The haunted levels are extremely hard. In the Haunted Boardwalk level, Pac-Man wears Rollerblades and must skate on and jump his way to a ton of bridges. This isn't easy. Not only is the level dark, but many of the bridges are unstable and sink into the water as soon as Pac-Man jumps on them. If Pac-Man falls into the water, you have to restart from the last checkpoint (or the beginning of the level, if you didn't reach any checkpoints). Later in the level, there are areas where the path splits. The fog makes it difficult to see what's ahead of you, so you might miss a bridge and accidentally jump into the water. The second haunted level has a maze near the beginning of the level. There are spider enemies in this maze. While you're running through the maze, the camera moves overhead just above Pac-Man. Because of the camera view, you might bump into the spiders and lose energy. While the maze isn't that difficult to get through, it might be a little confusing unless you've played the game a lot. Because of the overhead view, if you haven't played the game before or haven't played it in several years, you might exit the maze where it starts and then have to go through it again. Getting to the other side isn't overly challenging, though. Ghost Bayou is the last level in the game, so it's not surprising that it is also the hardest. The level is covered in fog, and features a maze of narrow paths. Like in Haunted Boardwalk, if Pac-Man touches the water, you have to restart from the last checkpoint. The biggest challenge is not falling into the water, because the path aren't very wide. Sometimes the paths split. Some of them lead to dead ends. You think that's dark enough?! Geeze...the level's already covered in fog, why does it need to be extremely dark? Oh right, because it's the final level in the game. There is a section later on with a bunch of skeleton enemies. You have to beat a certain number of them within a time limit, and the game gives you just barely enough time. If the timer runs out, it's back to the last checkpoint you reached. If you see a checkpoint, don't ignore it. You have to actually touch it for the game to save your progress up to that point, or it'll send you back to wherever the checkpoint you last touched was. Anyway, Pac-Man World 2 has been one of my favorite games on the GameCube since I first played it in 2003. I also recently imported a Japanese copy for PS2. 5.Luigi's Mansion Arcade I thought I'd include this, because I played it recently and had a lot of fun. It has a motion controlled Poltergust Vacuum for a Controller, like what Luigi uses in the game. It is very similar Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon for 3DS, with many of the same locations and additions as that game (such as the Strobulb). Unlike the other Luigi's Mansion games, you see the action from Luigi's perspective. Since this is an Arcade game, it's mainly about scores. You use the Poltergust not only to catch ghosts, but also to find coins and keys hidden in the Mansion. As in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, the Poltergust has a function called the Strobulb. There is a button on the Controller that you can hold for a few seconds to charge up the Strobulb, and then release to stun ghosts so you can catch them with your Poltergust Vacuum. There are multiple paths to take. Sometimes the game will ask you where you want to go, such as staying on the 1st Floor or go up the stairs to the 2nd Floor. I played the game alone and didn't get very far. Apparently, the game includes some boss characters from the other Luigi's Mansion games. The game allows up to two players to play, so it is probably even more fun with a second player. If you haven't played the game yet, I recommend looking for it at any nearby Arcades or restaurants (or do a little travelling). I found the game at Chuck E. Cheese. 4.Luigi's Mansion (GameCube) Much like how I can watch classic movies over and over again, Luigi's Mansion is a classic game that I can play over and over again. Even though I've played it since 2003 (though I first played it at a GameCube Kiosk in 2001), I can come back to it once a year and still have fun playing it. Honestly, there's not much I can say about this game that hasn't been said many times already by others. It was followed by Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon for 3DS and Luigi's Mansion 3 for Switch, so that should tell you right there that the game is worth playing if you haven't yet (or if it's been years since you last played it). There is also a Luigi's Mansion Arcade game mentioned above), which I played at Chuck E. Cheese last month. Also, I recommend watching my video above. The game is loaded with unused content leftover from beta versions of the game. 3.Super Mario 64 Okay, Super Mario 64 is obviously not a horror game. But I've noticed a lot of people have pointed out in recent years that the game has kind of a creepy vibe to it. Princess Peach's Castle, the paintings, and even the level backgrounds are a little creepy and disturbing to some people. In the water area of the Hazy-Maze Cave level, there's a Sea Dragon. There's actually a sign in this area warning the player, but it turns out the Dragon is harmless. The darkness and slightly creepy music do make this area a little unsettling for a Mario game, though. I can understand why people would find the painting for Lethal Lava Land a little creepy. There's also the fact that it's located in the Castle's basement. Of course, the game does have a haunted level as well: Big Boo's Haunt. Who can forget the Mad Piano inside the mansion? The ghosts known as Boo's have made appearances in the series since Super Mario Bros. 3. Not surprisingly, they appear just about everywhere in the mansion. There's also the underground section of level with a Merry Go Round where you fight small Boos, and then a Big Boo. There's also a hidden room with a giant eyeball that can only be accessed with the Vanish Cap. 2.Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered (Switch) Originally released for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC in 2009, Ghostbuster's: The Video Game was released on PS4, Switch, and Xbox One in 2019 with some minor improvements. Good thing too, because I missed out on it when it originally came out in 2009. Another version was also released for Wii and PS2, known as the "stylized version" (stylized visuals instead of realistic visuals like the other versions). The Switch version, not surprisingly, is a port of the more advanced version for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC, known as the "realistic" version. From what I've seen in a comparison video showing the Switch and PS3 versions, the Switch version appears to have higher resolution textures, has some added lighting effects when using the Proton Pack, and runs at a smoother framerate (the PS3 version looked like it ran a little choppy). And since the Switch is both a console and a handheld, the Switch version can also be played on the go. The online multiplayer mode from the older versions released in 2009, however, was removed. A little unfortunate, but I'm pretty sure the main single-player Career mode is what most people really care about anyway. This game was one of the games on my list in the backlog challenge topic here on VGS. And yes, I did in fact beat the game...and was impressed. All four Ghostbusters are featured, but you don't play as them. Instead you play as "Rookie", a newly hired Ghostbuster. He's never referred to by name. The game features most of the original cast, including Bill Murray and Harold Ramis (rest in peace). The story was written by Dan Akroyd and takes place two years after Ghostbusters 2. Ernie Hudson also reprises his role as Winston. The game also includes some ideas that were originally meant for the canceled Ghostbusters 3 movie (the original Ghostbusters 3, not Afterlife). The Firehouse displays lots of things from the first two Ghostbusters movies. There is even a monitor that displays the end screen from the Ghostbusters game for the NES (see video above). Also, while you can go down the stairs if you want to, you can use the pole to go down just like the Ghostbusters do in the movies. Oh, and look who's back: "It's the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man." Easily one of the best horror/haunted games I've ever played. 1.Resident Evil 4 (GameCube) Of course, I had to include a Resident Evil game on this list. Any of the Resident Evil games for GameCube could be number one, since they're all great. But, I think I'll give the edge to Resident Evil 4. I've played Resident Evil 4 since 2005 and have played it more than any other Resident Evil game. Some of the game's most memorable moments include Leon jumping out of the window on the second floor in the cabin at the beginning of the game, seeing the Chainsaw guy coming after you in the Village, constantly pressing the A button to run away from giant boulders, meeting Luis Sera, meeting the Merchant ("Over here, Stranger!"), being knocked off and having to swim back to the boat during the battle with the lake monster, battling the giant El Gante boss and being helped by the dog you (hopefully) saved near the beginning of the game ("Hey! It's that Dog!"), and running into a cabin and teaming up with Luis to fight a swarm of villagers ("OK, it's game time!"). After completing Chapter 4, loading up Disc 2 brings you to the game's final chapter, which also has its share of memorable moments. While the game is liked by many and is considered one of the best games in the series, many have said that it is not as scary as other games in the series and some say it isn't scary at all. In previous Resident Evil games, Ammo is limited, and you need Ink Ribbons to use Typewriters and save your progress. In Resident Evil 4, Ammo is common, and you no longer need Ink Ribbons to save your progress. While I can agree that this game is not as scary as some of the other Resident Evil games, it has its moments. The American release is completely uncensored, just like the American release of the GameCube version of Resident Evil 3. If you hook up your GameCube to a Sound Bar and Subwoofer or go all out and hook it up to a Home Theater System to hear the game in surround sound, be prepared for some jump scares. In the area with the lake monster, for example, if you keep shooting at the water, the lake monster will suddenly jump out and EAT Leon! Imagine hearing that with five speakers and a subwoofer. The game has been released on just about every console (after GameCube) that you can imagine, in HD, on PC, and there has also been a Virtual Reality version. Of course, most of these versions have some added features not in the original GameCube version such as the Separate Ways campaign. Even so, I've been pretty content with the GameCube version all these years. It was easily one of the best-looking games in the sixth-generation console era, and the visuals still hold up reasonably well. The game was clearly designed with the GameCube's Controller in mind, with the big A button used for performing most actions. And even without Separate Ways, the GameCube version still contains a lot of extra content such as Assignment Ada mode, Mercenaries mode, alternate costumes for the main single player mode, the Professional difficulty setting, the Chicago Typewriter weapon that is unlocked after getting a five star rating on all levels in the Mercenaries mode, an alternate title screen showing the village from the main game that you can scroll left or right by using the C-Stick, and two trailer videos that are shown if you wait a few seconds on the title screen. There is also a room in the game's Castle where you can play a Shooting Gallery game and win collectible bottle caps of the game's characters. I have several Resident Evil 4 videos on my YouTube Channel, such as a video showing an early demo of the game in the Resident Evil 4 Preview Disc and a video showing a Bonus Disc released in Europe. Conclusion Well, that's it for this blog. As usual, I'll make updates to fix typos and add pictures. Also, I might make another Halloween blog this month. We'll see. Game screenshots captured from original consoles, not Emulators (except for Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti). That includes the GameCube; the screenshots were captured from a real GameCube, not a Wii or an Emulator. Resident Evil 4 screens are from one of my YouTube videos, but the game was played using a real GameCube. -MegaMan52
  4. Witch n' Wiz is out now! A new puzzle-platformer for the NES & PC! 3 WAYS TO PLAY Free in Browser on PiePacker: https://beta.piepacker.com/game/witchnwiz Download the ROM via itch.io: https://mhughson.itch.io/witch-n-wiz Buy a Limited Edition NES Cart from Limited Run Games: https://limitedrungames.com/collections/witch-n-wiiz Genre: Turn-Based Puzzle Platformer (e.g. Fire n' Ice, Catrap, etc) Technical Details: Targets Mapper 1 (MMC1). 128KB PRG-ROM (16KB Bank Swapping) + 128KB CHR-ROM (4KB CHR Window). Written in C (CC65) using NESLib and NESDoug/cppchris' MMC1 Helper libraries. Famitone5 sound engine (also by nesdoug). Status: COMPLETE! Features: 100+ Levels New puzzle mechanics every 5-10 levels Battery Save Interactive story telling Rewind ability, to undo previous moves without restarting the entire puzzle Art by Kenneth Fejer, Daniel Turner (Alp317) and Haller Zoltan (Zolionline) Music by Tui Physical Cart: Available RIGHT NOW on Limited Run games. This is an open preorder until mid December, when it will go out of print! This is the only chance to buy a physical copy for at least a year! https://limitedrungames.com/search?type=product,page&q=Witch n' Wiz* Screenshots: Compo Version: Witch n' Wiz was submitted as part of the 2020/21 NESDev Competition, and came in 2nd place. That build of the game can still be downloaded and played on itch: https://mhughson.itch.io/witch-n-wiz You can read all about the development of that version in the compo thread here: https://www.videogamesage.com/forums/topic/6938-witch-n-wiz-nesdev-compo-edtion-out-now/ Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/matthughson Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2788404591447894 Discord: https://discord.gg/DenmA4ssPY
  5. Did you notice that all Nintendo systems coming after the N64 have their own version of Super Smash Bros? It is a shame that this (wonderful) experience is not ported to earlier systems! Super Tilt Bro. for NES is my humble attempt at filling this void. It adapts this fun and nervous gameplay to the NES and its eight buttons controller. You can freely download the ROM, play in a browser or hack the source. It now has an ONLINE mode! Short story: Wi-Fi chipset in the cart. Long story: here. Wishlist the physical release. To find an online opponent, join the discord. Here is the trailer: In this topic there will be different kinds of updates: Technical highlights: small articles about technical challenges of developing Super Tilt Bro. and how they are solved. Patch notes: when the game receives an update, details are available right here. News: Less often, I may announce something big (like a new physical edition)
  6. Open for business!!!!! I will ship internationally, but see the below blurb about shipping! Prices do not include shipping, shipping will be your responsibility!!!!! Pics available on request! Will possibly trade stuff for everdrives, let me know what you got! SNES (cart only) Donkey Kong Country -- 15 Super Conflict -- 14 Hook -- 25 Kirby's Avalanche -- 14 Yoshi's Island -- 30 Kid Kleets -- 35 Turltes in time -- 40 Captain America -- 20 Lemmings -- 20 Daffy Duck -- 15 NES(cart only) Mario Bros. arcade classics -- 25 T&C Surf Designs: Wood and Water rage -- 7 Metroid -- 20 Silent Service -- 3 Monopoly -- 5 Darkwing Duck -- 70 Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers -- 17 Duck Tales -- 20 Kirby's Adventure -- 22 Tecmo World Wrestling -- 6 The Simpsons Bart Vs. The World(label wear) -- 6 Urban Champion(label lifting) -- 9 Commando -- 5 Star Soldier -- 8 Section Z -- 10 Adventure Island -- 8 Sky Shark(label wear) -- 4 Kung Fu -- 12 Golf -- 3 Fester's Quest -- 6 Pro Wrestling -- 5 Gun.Smoke -- 15 Back to the future -- 10 Destination Earthstar(label damage) -- 2 Iron Tank -- 6 Rad Racer -- 6 Gamecube (Prices updated soon, ask and i can get my butt in gear quicker.) 1 or 2 might be missing a book, but most of these will be complete. scorpion king rise of the akkadian harry potter goblet of fire Shark Tale Strike Force bowling Power Rangers: Dino Thunder Disney Pixar Cars Legends of wrestling Super Bubble Pop Intellivision lives Ty the tasmanian tiger 3 Night of the quinkan Madden 07 MVP Baseball 2004 Kirby air ride (PC) Nintendo DS/3DS Lego Star Wars III (cib) -- $8 Where's Waldo (sealed) -- $18 Dream Trigger 3D (cib) -- $6 Angry Birds Star Wars (cb) -- $3 Lalaloopsy: carnival of friends (cart) -- $2 Nintendogs + cats (IB) -- $5 Lego Indiana Jones the original adventures (cib) -- $5 Smart Girl's Playhouse (cib) -- $4 Cross Words (cib) -- $3 Imagine fashion designer New York (cib) -- $3 Nicktoons attack of the toybots (sealed) -- $20 Betty Boop's Double Shift (sealed) -- $12 Hysteria Hospital emergency ward (sealed) -- $10 Bejeweled twist -- $5 Megamind the blue defender (sealed) -- $8 Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon (cib) -- $15 Lego Ninjago nindroids (cib, crappy boxart) -- $5 B-17 Fortress in the sky (cib) -- $7 Super Mario 64 DS (cb) -- $10 Lego Jurassic World -- $5 Angry Birds Trilogy -- $7 ABC Wipeout 2 -- $4 Gameboy(color)(advance) Super Mario Land x's 2 -- $12 each The Mummy -- $7 Spiderman 2 the sinister six -- $12 Killer Instinct -- $7 Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX (sealed) -- $15 The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle CIB (no plastic tray) -- $32 NBA Jam T.E. CIB -- $55 Double Dribble 5 on 5 -- $5 Final Fantasy Legend II -- $30 Final Fantasy Legend III -- $35 Backyard Skateboarding (sealed) -- $8 Sega Master System F-16 Fighting Falcon -- $14 Global Defense -- $9 Hang-On & Astro Warrior -- $18 Shanghai -- $9 Shooting Gallery -- $9 Hang-On & Safari Hunt -- $9 Action Fighter -- $18 After Burner -- $10 More to come when i have time!!!!!!
  7. I'd like to share the game I'm working on: Skatemasta - Tcheco for the NES! It's a game from my talented friend Marcelo Barbosa a.k.a Macbee. The game is a fast paced side-scrolling, inspired by games such as Yo! Noid and Adventure Island. You can try it right now https://parisoft.itch.io/skatemasta
  8. Hi there, video gamers! I'm Chester from the Knights of Bytes, and we would like to present you some teaser pictures and videos of Sam's Journey, our very first game for the NES. It's about a cute little hero called Sam who finds himself on an unexpected journey in a strange world. Sam's Journey (NES) · Title Picture Sam may look cute, but he is fast and swift! And with the proper suit, he can change his appearance completely and be a fierce pirate with a mighty cutlass! You can see this in our first teaser video! Just click to play: Sam's Journey (NES) · Sneak Peek #1 · "Here We Go, Sam!" You've already seen Sam become a pirate with a mighty cutlass, but in the hot desert with its ancient temple ruins, a special climbing ability comes in much more handy. Enjoy our second teaser, featuring Ninja Sam and an Egyptian-style soundtrack! Just click to play: Sam's Journey (NES) · Sneak Peek #2 · "Sam's Desert Dream" We're going to post more updates as the development progresses. So if you're curious to see more of Sam, stay tuned! Chester Knights of Bytes Facebook · Twitter · YouTube
  9. Introduction The idea for this blog came about shortly after making my Chuck E. Cheese blog. As I mentioned in that one, Chuck E. Cheese wasn't a big part of my childhood. So I thought "why not share something that WAS a big part of my childhood?" And so I present to you, the reader, this blog sharing the video stores I visited when I was a kid, as well as some of the games and movies I rented and bought. The Video Stores I Visited During My Childhood Ladysmith Video and Crazy Mike's Both of these stores were located in Ladysmith, BC. That was in the early '90s. As I was very young at the time, I don't remember much about these stores. I vaguely remember going to one of them. I believe my family and I rented some NES games at these stores, and most likely some movies as well. L.J. Video Located in Duncan, BC, this store was my go-to place for renting NES games in 1994. I still remember where the NES games were located. They were near the entrance. From the entrance, you just turned right and the NES games were on the other side of the shelf that was there. I rented quite a few games there, like most of the Mega Man games (including Mega Man 5), Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project, Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, Donkey Kong Classics, Battletoads, Pac-Man (which was my introduction to unlicensed NES games), Pac-Mania, Micro Machines, both NES Flintstones games (yep, even the incredibly rare Surprise at Dinosaur Peak), Tiny Toon Adventures 1 & 2, Rainbow Islands, The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid, Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics II, and probably others. I think I even rented the Sesame Street games, and one of the Fisher Price games. In 1995, L.J. Video sold their NES games. I bought Mega Man 6 there with the box and manual, for a mere $5. I still have it after all these years. As you can see in the picture, I also still have my L.J. Video card. I continued visiting L.J. Video until 2001, and also rented tons of games for SNES and N64. For SNES, I rented Super Mario Kart, the Donkey Kong Country games, Stunt Race FX, Yoshi's Island, Super Mario RPG, Mega Man 7, Super Off-Road, Dirt Trax FX, Rock 'n Roll Racing, Star Fox, etc. For N64, I rented Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, Diddy Kong Racing, Cruis'n USA, Yoshi's Story, Super Smash Bros., Mickey's Speedway USA, the Mario Party games, Donkey Kong 64, and Mario Tennis. That was just this store. I rented other SNES and N64 games at other video stores. In late 2000 or so, L.J. Video was selling some of their SNES and N64 games. I believe the SNES games were $10 each, and the N64 games $15 each. For SNES, I bought Brett Hull Hockey '95, Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, Battletoads Double Dragon, and The Jungle Book. For N64, I noticed Super Mario 64 and Diddy Kong Racing. I bought Diddy Kong Racing since I already had Super Mario 64. All of these games had their boxes and manuals. In late 2001, I left the Vancouver Island and moved to the mainland, but I visited other video stores on the island before doing so. I visited the island for a week in 2018. The building L.J. Video was in is still there, but it is now a Wine store. Pioneer Video A video store that was located in Mill Bay, BC. My copy of Mega Man 3, which I got for Christmas in 1994 and still have, was apparently bought at this store, and has a Pioneer Video label on the box. I don't think I rented a whole lot from this store, but maybe I just don't remember. I do remember renting an N64 there once, along with Mario Kart. I think they only allowed customers to rent an N64 for two days, and would charge $7 (or more) if it was returned late. This compares to renting an N64 for a week at L.J. Video. I also remember visiting this store in 2001, after Conker's Bad Fur Day was released for N64. I remember seeing the box for that game at this store. I was too young to rent it, but that didn't prevent me from looking at both the front and back of the box. I recognized Conker from Diddy Kong Racing. The commercial for Conker's Bad Fur Day was shown only at night, and I stayed up late enough to watch it (I remember it had a drunk squirrel and a hooker). Overall, L.J. Video had better deals than Pioneer Video. 24 Hour Video 24 Hour Video was a huge video store located in Duncan, BC. While not my favorite video store, it was very fun exploring it as it seemed so big when I was a kid. Despite that, there selection of games wasn't all that impressive. One of the main reasons why I came to this store was because it was the only place I could find Mega Man Soccer for SNES. None of the other video stores I went to had it. I think I also rented some N64 games at this store, but don't remember which ones. The movie selection, however, was great. When it came to movies, they had just about anything anyone would want: comedy, thriller, horror, kids movies, etc. They also had an adult-only room; I remember seeing a curtain and a sign saying the room was for adults only. It's been a long time and I might not be remembering this correctly, but I think they also had a Popcorn Machine. And they definitely had candy. In 2000/2001, 24 Hour Video closed. I believe they temporarily moved to what used to be a Country Grocer, and sold their movie and games there. I lined up at the entrance one morning, and got in as soon as the doors opened. I walked over to the SNES games, and bought as many as I could with the allowance that I had saved up for a few weeks. I bought Mega Man Soccer, Mega Man X3, Kirby's Dream Course, Donkey Kong Country, and Battletoads in Battlemaniacs. All of the games included the boxes and inserts, except for Donkey Kong Country which was loose. They were $10 each I believe. Unfortunately I sold these games a few years later in 2005. I still have the rental cases. Mega Man X3 is worth $1000+ now, if it includes the box, manual, and inserts. After buying the games, I went back to the store a few days later and bought Honey We Shrunk Ourselves on VHS, as well as some candy. I believe a Rogers Video opened up where 24 Hour Video was (the original building, not the Country Grocer). I seem to remember going to it once in 2001. They were probably the only video store I went to that had handheld games, because I'm pretty sure I remember seeing Game Boy Advance games there. That's Entertainment This store was located in Shawnigan Lake, BC. It was both a video and convenience store. At the entrance was the convenience area, with drinks, chips, chocolate bars, etc. There was a ramp on the left that led to the games and movies. At the top of the ramp, on the wall just to the right and near the ramp, was a small but decent selection of games. I rented Soul Blade for PS1 at this place, and I believe I also rented some N64 games but don't remember which ones (Diddy Kong Racing maybe?). A friend and I would sometimes ride our bikes to the store, rent games, and stock up on candy. I visited the store one day and noticed they were selling some of their VHS tapes. They had a Ninja Turtles cartoon tape there for $4, which I still have. Aurora Video Also in Shawnigan Lake, BC. The game selection at this store was way better than That's Entertainment. They had several SNES, N64, and PS1 games. I believe they even had NES games. But this was in 1997/1998, and by then I was largely focused on playing games for SNES, N64, and PS1. I believe I rented Super Mario RPG and Super Mario 64 from this store. In 2000/2001, Aurora Video closed. Like 24 Hour Video, I lined up at the entrance and went in the store as soon as the doors opened. I bought Super Mario World, Mario Paint, and Super Mario RPG. Super Mario World came with a rental case and a photocopy of the manual. Mario Paint came with the box, manual, Mouse, and Mouse Pad. Super Mario RPG came with the box and manual (the real manual). Blockbuster Video I bet most of you were waiting for this. The majority of the video stores I went to were independent stores, but I started going to Blockbuster in 1999/2000. The one I visited was located in Duncan, BC. However, even though I visited Blockbuster, I didn't really rent anything there. In 2000 or so, they had a Sega Dreamcast up and running and I would visit the store to play Sonic Adventure. Even though I wasn't into Sega as much as Nintendo and Sony, Sonic Adventure was probably my favorite game released in 1999. I've played the GameCube version of Sonic Adventure (Sonic Adventure DX) since 2004 or so and have had it in my collection for over a decade, but a couple years ago in 2020 a friend gave me a copy of the Dreamcast version for free along with some Dreamcast Generator demo discs. I moved to the mainland in late 2001. I visted a Blockbuster Video in Red Deer, Alberta and browsed, but still didn't rent anything. I don't remember why exactly, but Blockbuster was never a go to store for me. Yet, I still wanted to visit and look around. Sometimes it was fun to just look around in a video store. Video Store in Duncan, BC In 2000/2001, after 24 Hour Video closed, another video store opened up in Duncan, BC. I don't remember the name of it. I rented some N64 games there: Super Smash Bros. and Hot Wheels Turbo Racing. They had some games (and maybe movies) that were from 24 Hour Video (literally the same copies). Video Store in Winnipeg, Manitoba I visited Winnipeg, Manitoba in the year 2000, and again in 2002. I don't remember if it was in 2000 or 2002, but during one of my visits I came across a video store and looked around. I also don't remember if it was a Blockbuster or some other store, but I do remember something I saw there. I found a Donkey Kong Country cartoon VHS tape. At the time, Donkey Kong Country was playing on Fox in the U.S. and Teletoon in Canada, but it was a bit difficult to come across episodes of the series on VHS. There was the "Donkey Kong Country: Legend of the Crystal Coconut" VHS that wasn't too hard to find, but it seemed like that was the only DKC cartoon VHS released. Seemed. But I found a different DKC VHS tape at a video store in Winnipeg. I looked at the box and was bummed I couldn't rent it since I was just visiting. I don't think I ever saw that tape again. Hollywood Video I moved to the mainland. The PS2, GameCube, and Xbox had been released and a new video game console era was in full swing. However, I didn't play these consoles until 2003 or so (actually I played GameCube and tried out Luigi's Mansion at a Zellers store in 2001, but didn't actually get the console until 2003). So, I still wanted to play SNES, N64, and PS1 games. I was also interested in getting back to playing the NES and original Game Boy, both of which I still had but didn't play as often. In late 2002, a flyer was delivered to the Mailbox (an orange flyer, not the flyer shown in the picture which was from 2003). It was from Hollywood Video, located in Red Deer, Alberta. I read the flyer, and noticed it mentioned Nintendo games. It also mentioned SNES and N64, so I thought "Nintendo" meant the NES. So, I visited the store and found a shelf full of NES games. There were more on the other side too. I was hoping I could find Mega Man 5 there, which I only rented once at L.J. Video. Well, I did find Mega Man 5...sort of. I only saw the box. I thought someone rented it, but noticed the game still wasn't there when I came back another day. Oh well. I rented Tetris and The Simpsons: Bart Vs. the World. It was kind of cool being able to rent NES games eight years after I rented some at L.J. Video. in 2003, Hollywood Video was finally selling their NES games. I bought Adventures of Lolo, and got an NES rental case with a Permastruct manual. The copy of Adventures of Lolo shown in the picture is not the copy I bought at Hollywood Video, but I still have the rental case. In the Summer of that year, they moved a block or two from their original location. It was smaller and a bit cramped. but still fun to visit. They still had many NES and SNES games for sale. I bought Donkey Kong Classics for NES, and a Super Game Boy and Pac-in-Time for SNES. I still have the manual for Pac-In-Time, and still play the game in Pac-Man Museum+ for Switch which I bought earlier this year (interestingly, Pac-Man Museum+ contains the Japanese version of the game). I later bought Dig Dug II and Batman Returns, both for NES. There were a bunch of VHS tapes for sale. I bought some Ninja Turtles cartoon VHS tapes. I also found the box for A Goofy Movie. I bought it and took it home. Once I opened the box I noticed that the movie inside was not A Goofy Movie, but rather the sequel (An Extremely Goofy Movie). I didn't mind, though, because I liked both Goofy Movies. I later bought A Goofy Movie (first one) on DVD in 2011, at an HMV. Also pictured is Fly Away, Home, which I watched on TV once. I got a GameCube in 2003, and rented a lot of games for it at Hollywood Video. Super Smash Bros. Melee, Sonic Mega Collection, Pac-Man World 2, and Mega Man Network Transmission were among the first games I rented for it. In 2005, I was in my late teen years and wanted to play some adult games. Resident Evil 4 had been released for GameCube, and it was the first M rated game I played. But I still wanted to play Mario, Sonic, Mega Man, and Pac-Man games as well. I had been renting games at Hollywood Video for three years by this point, and often visited on weekends. So in late 2005, I started to ask the owner/manager (who was usually the only one working there) if I could request games that weren't at the store. He said yes. And I continued asking for more and more games. By 2007, there were nearly 200 games for GameCube at the store (yes, I counted). I continued to rent N64 games in 2004. I rented Super Smash Bros., GoldenEye, and Hot Wheel's Turbo Racing. I also rented Mega Man Legends 2 for PS1. In late 2006, I was approaching adulthood and wanted to play more teen/adult games. I became interested in the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series, and noticed there were four of them on GameCube (yes, even Splinter Cell: Double Agent even though it was a late release). The original, SC: Pandora Tomorrow, and SC: Chaos Theory were at the store, so I rented them. I had to request SC: Double Agent. In 2007, I requested Pac-Man World 3 but the manager got Pac-Man World Rally instead. No big deal; I wanted to play that game too, and I had already played Pac-Man World 3 in late 2005. I also requested Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex. That game was already five years old in 2007 (almost six if you count the fact that the PS2 version was released in 2001), but could still be found at some stores in the discount bins so the manager got it. I went to EB Games and noticed they had the GameCube version of Mega Man X: Command Mission. Since my funds were limited, I couldn't buy it. I had been requesting games at Hollywood Video for a while, so I requested the game and told the manager that there was a copy at EB Games. He hesitated because he normally didn't get used copies of games, but was willing to that one time. So I went back to EB Games and had them put the game aside, and told them that the manager from Hollywood Video would pick it up. Anyway, the Hollywood Video I went to closed in the Summer/Fall of 2007. I bought Mega Man X: Command Mission. I remember almost all of the PS2 and GameCube games were sold, while most of the original Xbox games were unsold. In 2010, I found a copy of Bust a Move 3000 at a retro game store. It happens to be a copy from Hollywood Video. Last year in 2021, a friend gave me Adventure Island 2 for NES. It is also from Hollywood Video. Video Update/Movie Gallery In Red Deer, Alberta, there used to be a video store in a strip mall with a DQ and Co-op store and Gas Station. I think it was Video Update, then it became Movie Gallery. In 2002, I often went there and rented Mario Tennis for N64 and Space Jam on VHS. It wasn't very far from where I lived at the time, so I would sometimes walk there. I remember wanting to rent GoldenEye but it seemed like it was always being rented (or was it lost or stolen? Who knows). Luckily, I was able to rent GoldenEye at Hollywood Video. Video Plus Video Plus was a video store I came across during a visit to Canmore, Alberta in either 2002 or 2003. As I was just visiting Canmore for a few days, I couldn't rent any movies or games. I entered the store and looked around. I don't really remember much about it. I doubt there was really anything about it that stood out. The only thing I really remember about visiting that store was finding The Land Before Time: Journey to Big Water, which was the newest Land Before Time movie at the time. I think the last Land Before Time movie I rented was the seventh one (The Big Freeze). I was a teenager when I visited this store and wasn't really interested in watching Land Before Time movies anymore. I likely thought I was "too old" for them, which is likely also why I didn't visit Chuck E. Cheese much (if at all) when I was a kid and visited there just recently. That and, aside from watching some commercials in the early/mid 2000's, Chuck E. Cheese wasn't really on my mind until just last month. VHQ/Movie Gallery Video Headquarters, or Movie Gallery, was another video store I often went to in Red Deer, Alberta. There were two locations: one at the south end and one at the north end. I went to the one at the north end, starting in 2003. Some of the games I rented there were Finding Nemo and Sonic Heroes. I still have the receipt from when I rented Sonic Heroes in 2004. In 2006, I went to the VHQ at the south end of Red Deer. Some of the games I rented were Namco Museum (2002) and Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly. In 2008, after Hollywood Video closed, I went to VHQ again. They still had games for GameCube. I rented F-Zero GX, James Bond 007: Nightfire, and Need for Speed: Most Wanted. These were some of the last games I rented at a video store. In 2010, I went back to the VHQ at the north end of Red Deer. They had sealed copies of Sonic Mega Collection and Sonic Adventure DX on a shelf behind glass doors. Sonic Mega Collection was $20 and Sonic Adventure DX was $10. I bought both and kept them, knowing that would be the last time I would find them sealed at a nearby store. I also still have the receipts/statements from when I bought them. Pretty good deals too especially for SADX, since it not only has an upgraded version of Sonic Adventure but also every Sonic game for the Game Gear (including two games that were originally released in Japan only). The Digital Age Even after I stopped renting video games in 2008 and Netflix and other streaming services became popular, I still occasionally visited video stores. In 2010/2011, I walked into Blockbuster Video once more. By that point, they didn't have any PS2, GameCube, or Xbox games for rent. They had a few PS2 games available to buy, but that was it. It was mostly PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 games at the time. I went to a video store (don't remember which one) in Sylvan Lake, Alberta, and they too had gotten rid of their PS2, GameCube, and original Xbox games. I also went into a Rogers Video in Red Deer, and saw they had a few PS2 games left, but again they mostly had PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360 games. A few years later, when video stores were mostly obsolete, I remember reading that a new video store, called Video View, opened up in Red Deer, Alberta. They were apparently in the same buildings as VHQ. I thought about visiting the store, but didn't. Conclusion Video stores were always fun to go to. Even on days I didn't rent anything, it was still fun to look around at the games and movies, look at posters, watch what was on the TVs, and eat candy or popcorn. Some stores also had kid areas with cartoons or animated movies playing, or maybe some toys to play with. New movies and games were coming out almost every week. There was always something fun to see and do. As usual, I'll be making updates to fix typos and add pictures. -MegaMan52
  10. I think I never talked about that project on the forum (I shared a lot about it on Twitter and Instagram)... The future game from SJ Games (my almost 10 year old son), after his previous KUBO games. STORY: SkateCat is a platformer game in which you play as a skate cat who must face different demons that have invaded the world. The game will feature several levels in different universes and as many bosses. Seiji (SJ Games) is working hard on it, during some weekend/holidays. He hopes to finish the game by the end of the year, we might release a physical edition (late 2022 or early 2023). But we'll see, I want him to have fun making it (with his current passions about cats and skateboarding). -> Get the demo here: https://dale-coop.itch.io/skatecat-sj-games-nes CREDITS: Created by SJ Games (story, gfx, chara design, level design) NESmaker software (by Joe Granato / The New 8bit Heroes). Custom code and debug by me (@dale_coop). Music and sfx by my best buddy @Raftronaut. FOLLOW THE PROJECT: https://twitter.com/dale_coop https://www.instagram.com/sj_games_seiji/ (prototype cart, the final cart might not have that label art)
  11. Hey VGA! Everything is priced significantly below Price Charting. I will be updating with WAY MORE STUFF and pics today. Message me if anything is of interest to you. NES Renegade $5 Legacy of the Wizard $5 RoadBlasters $5 Dr. Mario $5 Gyruss $8 Castlequest $8 Blaster Master $8 Breakthru $8 Hogan's Alley $8 RBI Baseball 3 $8 Tecmo Bowl $8 Legend of Kage [5 Screw] $8 Archon $8 Joust $10 Ninja Gaiden $10 Castlevania II Simon's Quest $12 Gradius [5 Screw] $12 Freedom Force $12 Super Mario Bros. 3 $12 (Rough Shape) Super Mario Bros [5 Screw] $15 Gun.Smoke $15 Final Fantasy $20 (Rough Shape) SNES Mario Paint $5 Super Tennis $5 Drakkhen $8 Ken Griffey Jr: Major League Baseball $8 Ms. Pac-Man $8 Wing Commander $8 F-Zero $10 NBA Jam $10 Obitus $10 Pilotwings $10 Pilotwings $10 The Lion King $10 Utopia: The Creation Of A Nation $10 Young Merlin $10 Super R-Type $12 Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom $12 N64 FOX Sports College Hoops '99 $5 War Gods $8 WCW vs. NWO World Tour $8 A Bug's Life $8 Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey 98 $8 Wipeout $8 Wave Race 64 $8 Wave Race 64 $8 Ridge Racer 64 $10 Forsaken 64 $10 Cruis'n USA $10 WCW Backstage Assault $10 Rainbow Six $10 Elmo's Number Journey $12 Star Wars Rogue Squadron $12 Star Wars Shadows of the Empire $12 Jet Force Gemini $12 Fighters Destiny $12 NFL Blitz $12 Army Men Air Combat $12 Mace Dark Age $12 Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Round 2 $15 Pokemon Stadium $20 Battletanx Global Assault $20 Castlevania $20 Resident Evil 2 $35 Import Nintendo Games FC - Spartan X $3 FC - Hydlide Special $3 FC - Dragon Quest III $3 FC - 10-Yard Fight $3 FC - Momotarou Dentetsu $3 FC - Kyukyoku Harikiri Stadium '88 $3 Take all of the Famicom games for $15 SFC - Mini Yonku Shining Scorpion $3 SFC - Magical Taruruuto-kun $3 SFC - Final Fight $5 SFC - Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu $8 SFC - Super Donkey Kong $10 SFC - Super Donkey Kong 2 $10 SFC - Super Donkey Kong 3 $10 SFC - Super Mario Kart $10 SFC - Super Mario Collection $10 SFC - Ganbare Goemon Kirakira Dochu $10 SFC - Block Kuzushi $10 SFC - Ushio to Tora $12 SFC - Ikari no Yousai $12 SFC - Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daiboken $12 SFC - Go Go Ackman 2 $15 SFC - TwinBee: Rainbow Bell Adventure $15 GB - Pokémon Silver $10 Gamecube Action Replay Gamecube (CIB) $75 Avatar the Last Airbender (CB) $10 Bratz Forever Diamondz (CIB) $15 Enter the Matrix (CIB) $12 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (CB) $8 Gun (CIB) w/ Strategy Guide $12 Looney Tunes Back in Action (CIB) $15 Lord of the Rings Two Towers (CIB) $8 Mystic Heroes (CB) $15 Need for Speed Underground 2 [Player's Choice] (CB) $15 Pac-Man vs. & Pac-Man World 2 (CB) $15 Pokemon Channel (CB) $30 Pro Rally (CIB) $20 Resident Evil Zero (CIB) $15 Roadkill (CIB) $25 Rugrats Royal Ransom (CIB) $12 Shrek Superslam (CIB) $15 Soul Calibur II (CIB) $20 Star Wars Bounty Hunter (C) $15 Star Wars Bounty Hunter (CIB) $20 Star Wars Rebel Strike (CIB) $15 The Hobbit (CIB) $15 Nintendo DS & 3DS NDS - Wipeout: The Game CIB $3 NDS - MegaMind: The Blue Defender CIB $3 NDS - Bee Movie Game CIB $3 NDS - Cars CIB $3 NDS - LEGO Star Wars Complete Saga CIB $3 NDS - Star Wars Clone Wars Jedi Alliance CIB $3 NDS - Skate It CIB $5 NDS - Tony Hawk Proving Ground CIB $5 NDS - Dogz CIB $8 NDS - Spiderman 3 CIB $8 NDS - Nintendo DS Browser CIB $10 Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (CIB) $10 Monster Hunter Generations (CIB) $8 Monster Hunter Generations (CIB) $8 Sega Genesis, CD & Saturn GEN - Altered Beast (C) $10 GEN - Beavis and Butthead (C) $10 GEN - Double Dragon III The Arcade Game (CB) $20 GEN - Garfield Caught in the Act (C) $12 GEN - NBA Jam (C) $8 GEN - QuackShot Starring Donald Duck (C) $15 GEN - Richard Scarry's BusyTown (C) $10 GEN - Shining in the Darkness (CB) $20 GEN - Sonic 3D Blast (C) $10 GEN - Sonic the Hedgehog [Not for Resale] (C) $10 GEN - Steel Empire (C) $30 GEN - Super Street Fighter II (C) $15 GEN - Lethal Enforcers II Gun Fighters (CIB) $20 SCD - Sewer Shark (C) $5 SCD -Hook (C) $12 SS - Suiko Enbu - Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty (CIB) 15 SS - Tetris Plus (C) 12 SS - Mr. Bones (C) $10 (Only Disk 1 of 2) SS - The Horde (C) 15
  12. Below is a list of every video game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in the United States of America (USA) and Canada. This list comprises a total of 837 titles. 677 Licensed Titles & 160 Unlicensed Titles 677 Licensed Titles released in the USA 160 Unlicensed Titles released in the USA (of which 67 are Sachen titles) 64 Licensed Titles released in Canada Special Notes: Of the 72 officially licensed first and second party NES titles, only 8 went unreleased with specific Canadian variants. These titles were Anticipation, Barker Bill's: Trick Shooting, Dance Aerobics, Donkey Kong Jr. Math, Mega Man 6, Short Order / Eggsplode!, Super Spike V'Ball / Nintendo World Cup, and Wario's Woods. There are various publishers grouped together. These publishers include Acclaim as LJN, Activision as Infocom, ASCII as Nexoft, Konami as Ultra, and Mindscape as The Software Toolworks. There are various titles that are compilations of various games that are published individually on the system. This includes Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt, Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet, Super Spike V'Ball / Nintendo World Cup, Donkey Kong Classics, and Sesame Street ABC & 123. There are various titles that are rebranded re-releases of games. These include World Class Track Meet (and subsequently, Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet) from Stadium Events, and Punch-Out!! from Mike Tyson's: Punch-Out!!. There are two titles that was completely remade into a new and unique games, yet preserved their original titles. These games are Pac-Man (first by Tengen, and then by Namco), and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (First by Taito and then by Ubisoft). There is one title that has had a major revision to gameplay, yet was not marketed as unique. This game is "Tecmo NBA Basketball" which in the final print run excludes Michael Jordan from the games roster. Special consideration may be taken to include this gameplay revision as a unique title. Further research is required to determine whether there are other similar situations in other games. There are four titles that have unlicensed counterparts released after their initial licensed revision. All four were released by Tengen. These titles are Gauntlet, R.B.I. Baseball, Pac-Man, and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. There is one title that went through a minor title change yet remains functionally the same and is not considered a unique release. This title is "Athletic World" which was originally released as "Family Fun Fitness: Athletic World". The 1990 Nintendo World Championships cartridges (both Gold & Grey) are not included in this list as their release history is special enough to warrant their own category. The 1991 Nintendo Campus Challenge cartridge is not included in this list as it was never intended to survive. The various "Test Cartridges" are not included in this list as they warrant their own category, including titles with actual gameplay such as The Legend of Zelda Test Cartridge, Duck Hunt Test Cartridge, and Gyromite Test Cartridge. Titles that do not have any form of gameplay are still included in this list. These titles are Taboo: The Sixth Sense, Color A Dinosaur, The Miracle Piano Teaching System, Videomation, and Tiny Toon Adventures: Cartoon Workshop. Sachen titles are included in this list, including Papillon Gals. Wally Bear and the No! Gang (AGCI), and Chiller (Sharedata) are included on this list despit no boxes or manuals yet confirmed to exist. Post market games such as Sunday Funday (Wisdom Tree), Cheetahmen II (Active) and Huge Insect (Sachen) are included in this list. Licensed North American NES Games # Title USA Canada 1 720 Mindscape 2 1942 Capcom 3 10-Yard Fight Nintendo Nintendo 4 1943: The Battle of Midway Capcom 5 3-D Battles of World Runner, The Acclaim 6 8 Eyes Taxan 7 A Nightmare on Elm Street Acclaim (LJN) 8 Abadox: The Deadly Inner War Milton Bradley 9 Addams Family, The Ocean 10 Addams Family, The: Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt Ocean 11 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Dragon Strike FCI 12 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of the Lance FCI 13 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Hillsfar FCI 14 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Pool of Radiance FCI 15 Adventure Island Hudson 16 Adventure Island 3 Hudson 17 Adventure Island II Hudson 18 Adventures in the Magic Kingdom Capcom 19 Adventures of Bayou Billy, The Konami 20 Adventures of Dino Riki Hudson 21 Adventures of Gilligan's Island, The Bandai 22 Adventures of Lolo HAL 23 Adventures of Lolo 2 HAL 24 Adventures of Lolo 3 HAL 25 Adventures of Rad Gravity, The Activision 26 Adventures of Rocky And Bullwinkle And Friends, The THQ 27 Adventures of Tom Sawyer SETA 28 Air Fortress HAL 29 Airwolf Acclaim 30 Al Unser Jr.: Turbo Racing Data East 31 Alex DeMeo’s: Race America Absolute 32 Alfred Chicken Mindscape 33 Alien 3 Acclaim (LJN) 34 All-Pro Basketball Vic Tokai 35 Alpha Mission SNK 36 Amagon Sammy 37 American Gladiators GameTek 38 Anticipation Nintendo 39 Arch Rivals: A Basketbrawl! Acclaim 40 Archon Activision 41 Arkanoid Taito 42 Arkista's Ring Sammy 43 Astyanax Jaleco 44 Athena SNK 45 Athletic World Bandai 46 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes THQ 47 Back to the Future Acclaim (LJN) 48 Back to the Future II & III Acclaim (LJN) 49 Bad Dudes Data East 50 Bad News Baseball Tecmo 51 Bad Street Brawler Mattel 52 Balloon Fight Nintendo Nintendo 53 Bandai Golf: Challenge Pebble Beach Bandai 54 Bandit Kings of Ancient China KOEI 55 Barbie Hi-Tech 56 Bard's Tale, The FCI 57 Barker Bill's: Trick Shooting Nintendo 58 Base Wars: Cyber Stadium Series Konami (Ultra) 59 Baseball Nintendo Nintendo 60 Baseball Simulator 1.000 Culture Brain 61 Baseball Stars SNK 62 Baseball Stars 2 Romstar 63 Bases Loaded Jaleco 64 Bases Loaded 2: Second Season Jaleco 65 Bases Loaded 3 Jaleco 66 Bases Loaded 4 Jaleco 67 Batman Returns Konami 68 Batman: Return of the Joker Sunsoft 69 Batman: The Video Game Sunsoft 70 Battle Chess Data East 71 Battle of Olympus, The Broderbund 72 Battleship Mindscape 73 Battletoads Tradewest 74 Battletoads Double Dragon Tradewest 75 Beetlejuice Acclaim (LJN) 76 Best of the Best: Championship Karate Electro-Brain 77 Bigfoot Acclaim 78 Bill & Ted's: Excellent Video Game Adventure Acclaim (LJN) 79 Bill Elliot's: NASCAR Challenge Konami 80 Bionic Commando Capcom 81 Black Bass, The Hot-B 82 Blades of Steel Konami 83 Blaster Master Sunsoft 84 Blue Marlin Hot-B 85 Blues Brothers, The Titus 86 Bo Jackson Baseball Data East 87 Bomberman Hudson 88 Bomberman II Hudson 89 Bonk's Adventure Hudson 90 Boulder Dash JVC 91 Bram Stoker's: Dracula Sony Imagesoft 92 Break Time: The National Pool Tour FCI 93 Breakthru Data East 94 Bubble Bobble Taito 95 Bubble Bobble Part 2 Taito 96 Bucky O'Hare Konami 97 Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout, The Kemco 98 Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle, The Kemco 99 Bump 'n' Jump Vic Tokai 100 Burai Fighter Taxan 101 BurgerTime Data East 102 Cabal Milton Bradley 103 Caesar's Palace Virgin 104 California Games Milton Bradley 105 Captain America and the Avengers Data East 106 Captain Planet and the Planeteers Mindscape 107 Captain Skyhawk Milton Bradley 108 Casino Kid SOFEL 109 Casino Kid II SOFEL 110 Castelian Triffix 111 Castle of Dragon SETA 112 Castlequest ASCII / NEXOFT 113 Castlevania Konami 114 Castlevania II: Simon's Quest Konami 115 Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse Konami 116 Caveman Games Data East 117 Championship Bowling Romstar 118 Championship Pool Mindscape 119 Chessmaster, The Hi-Tech 120 Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers Capcom 121 Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers 2 Capcom 122 Chris Evert & Ivan Lendl In: Top Players’ Tennis Asmik 123 Chubby Cherub Bandai 124 Circus Caper Toho 125 City Connection Jaleco 126 Clash at Demonhead Vic Tokai 127 Classic Concentration GameTek 128 Cliffhanger Sony Imagesoft 129 Clu Clu Land Nintendo Nintendo 130 Cobra Command Data East 131 Cobra Triangle Nintendo Nintendo 132 Code Name: Viper Capcom 133 Color a Dinosaur Virgin 134 Commando Capcom 135 Conan Mindscape 136 Conflict Vic Tokai 137 Conquest of the Crystal Palace Asmik 138 Contra Konami 139 Contra Force Konami 140 Cool World Ocean 141 Cowboy Kid Romstar 142 Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge American Technos 143 Crystalis SNK 144 Cyberball Jaleco 145 Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine Acclaim 146 Dance Aerobics Nintendo 147 Danny Sullivan's: Indy Heat Tradewest 148 Darkman Ocean 149 Darkwing Duck Capcom 150 Dash Galaxy: in the Alien Asylum Data East 151 David Crane’s: A Boy and His Blob – Trouble on Blobolonia Absolute 152 Day Dreamin' Davey HAL 153 Days of Thunder Mindscape 154 Deadly Towers Broderbund 155 Defender II HAL 156 Defender of the Crown Konami (Ultra) 157 Defenders of Dynatron City JVC 158 Déjà Vu Kemco 159 Demon Sword Taito 160 Desert Commander Kemco 161 Destination Earthstar Acclaim 162 Destiny of an Emperor Capcom 163 Dick Tracy Bandai 164 Die Hard Activision 165 Dig Dug II: Trouble In Paradise Bandai 166 Digger T. Rock: The Legend of the Lost City Milton Bradley 167 Dirty Harry: The War Against Drugs Mindscape 168 Donkey Kong Nintendo Nintendo 169 Donkey Kong 3 Nintendo Nintendo 170 Donkey Kong Classics Nintendo Nintendo 171 Donkey Kong Jr. Nintendo Nintendo 172 Donkey Kong Jr. Math Nintendo 173 Double Dare GameTek 174 Double Dragon Tradewest 175 Double Dragon II: The Revenge Acclaim 176 Double Dragon II: The Sacred Stones Acclaim 177 Double Dribble Konami 178 Dr. Chaos FCI 179 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Bandai 180 Dr. Mario Nintendo Nintendo 181 Dragon Fighter SOFEL 182 Dragon Power Bandai 183 Dragon Spirit: The New Legend Bandai 184 Dragon Warrior Nintendo Nintendo 185 Dragon Warrior II Enix 186 Dragon Warrior III Enix 187 Dragon Warrior IV Enix 188 Duck Hunt Nintendo Nintendo 189 Duck Tales Capcom 190 Duck Tales 2 Capcom 191 Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements Taito 192 Dusty Diamond's: All-Star Softball Broderbund 193 Dynowarz: The Destruction of Spondylus Bandai 194 Elevator Action Taito 195 Eliminator Boat Duel Electro-Brain 196 Excitebike Nintendo Nintendo 197 F-117A Stealth Fighter MicroProse 198 F-15 Strike Eagle MicroProse 199 Family Feud GameTek 200 Faria: A World of Mystery & Danger! ASCII / NEXOFT 201 Faxanadu Nintendo Nintendo 202 Felix the Cat Hudson 203 Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge Acclaim 204 Fester's Quest Sunsoft 205 Final Fantasy Nintendo Nintendo 206 Fire 'n Ice Tecmo 207 Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue GameTek 208 Fisher-Price: I Can Remember GameTek 209 Fisher-Price: Perfect Fit GameTek 210 Fist of the North Star Taxan 211 Flight of the Intruder Mindscape 212 Flintstones, The: Rescue of Dino & Hoppy Taito 213 Flintstones, The: The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak Taito 214 Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll Culture Brain 215 Flying Warriors Culture Brain 216 Formula One: Built to Win SETA 217 Fox's: Peter Pan & The Pirates – The Revenge of Captain Hook THQ 218 Frankenstein: The Monster Returns Bandai 219 Freedom Force Sunsoft 220 Friday the 13th Acclaim (LJN) 221 Fun House Hi-Tech 222 G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Taxan 223 G.I. Joe: The Atlantis Factor Capcom 224 Galaga: Demons of Death Bandai 225 Galaxy 5000: Racing in the 51st Century Activision 226 Gargoyle's Quest II Capcom 227 Garry Kitchen’s: Battle Tank Absolute 228 Gauntlet Tengen 229 Gauntlet II Mindscape 230 Gemfire KOEI 231 Genghis Khan KOEI 232 George Foreman’s: KO Boxing Acclaim 233 Ghost Lion Kemco 234 Ghostbusters Activision 235 Ghostbusters II Activision 236 Ghosts 'n Goblins Capcom 237 Ghoul School Electro-Brain 238 Goal! Jaleco 239 Goal! 2 Jaleco 240 Godzilla 2: War of the Monsters Toho 241 Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! Toho 242 Gold Medal Challenge '92 Capcom 243 Golf Nintendo Nintendo 244 Golf Grand Slam Atlus 245 Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode Vic Tokai 246 Goonies II, The Konami 247 Gotcha!: The Sport! Acclaim (LJN) 248 Gradius Konami 249 Great Waldo Search, The THQ 250 Greg Norman's: Golf Power Virgin 251 Gremlins 2: The New Batch Sunsoft 252 Guardian Legend, The Broderbund 253 Guerrilla War SNK 254 Gumshoe Nintendo Nintendo 255 Gun.Smoke Capcom 256 Gun+Nac ASCII / NEXOFT 257 Gyromite Nintendo Nintendo 258 Gyruss Konami (Ultra) 259 Harlem Globetrotters GameTek 260 Hatris Bullet-Proof 261 Heavy Barrel Data East 262 Heavy Shreddin' Parker Brothers 263 High Speed Tradewest 264 Hogan's Alley Nintendo Nintendo 265 Hollywood Squares GameTek 266 Home Alone THQ 267 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York THQ 268 Hook Sony Imagesoft 269 Hoops Jaleco 270 Hudson Hawk Sony Imagesoft 271 Hunt for Red October, The Hi-Tech 272 Hydlide FCI 273 Ice Climber Nintendo Nintendo 274 Ice Hockey Nintendo Nintendo 275 Ikari Warriors SNK 276 Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road SNK 277 Ikari Warriors III: The Rescue SNK 278 Image Fight IREM 279 Incredible Crash Dummies, The Acclaim (LJN) 280 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Taito 281 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Ubisoft 282 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Mindscape 283 Infiltrator Mindscape 284 Iron Tank: The Invasion of Normandy SNK 285 Isolated Warrior NTVIC 286 Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's: Super Off Road Tradewest 287 Jack Nicklaus': Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf Konami 288 Jackal Konami 289 Jackie Chan's: Action Kung Fu Hudson 290 James Bond Jr. THQ 291 Jaws Acclaim (LJN) 292 Jeopardy! GameTek 293 Jeopardy!: 25th Anniversary Edition GameTek 294 Jeopardy!: Jr. Edition GameTek 295 Jetsons, The: Cogswell's Caper Taito 296 Jimmy Connors Tennis Ubisoft 297 Joe & Mac Data East 298 John Elway's: Quarterback Tradewest 299 Jordan vs. Bird: One on One Milton Bradley 300 Journey to Silius Sunsoft 301 Joust HAL 302 Jungle Book, The Virgin 303 Jurassic Park Ocean 304 Kabuki: Quantum Fighter HAL 305 Karate Champ Data East 306 Karate Kid, The Acclaim (LJN) 307 Karnov Data East 308 Kickle Cubicle IREM 309 Kickmaster Taito 310 Kid Icarus Nintendo Nintendo 311 Kid Klown in Night Mayor World Kemco 312 Kid Kool: and the Quest for the Seven Wonder Herbs Vic Tokai 313 Kid Niki: Radical Ninja Data East 314 King's Knight Squaresoft 315 King's Quest V Konami 316 Kings of the Beach: Professional Beach Volleyball Konami (Ultra) 317 Kirby's Adventure Nintendo Nintendo 318 Kiwi Kraze: A Bird-Brained Adventure! Taito 319 Klash Ball SOFEL 320 Knight Rider Acclaim 321 Krion Conquest, The Vic Tokai 322 Krusty’s Fun House Acclaim 323 Kung Fu Nintendo Nintendo 324 Kung Fu Heroes Culture Brain 325 L'Empereur KOEI 326 Laser Invasion Konami 327 Last Action Hero Sony Imagesoft 328 Last Ninja, The Jaleco 329 Last Starfighter, The Mindscape 330 Lee Trevino's: Fighting Golf SNK 331 Legacy of the Wizard Broderbund 332 Legend of Kage, The Taito 333 Legend of Zelda, The Nintendo Nintendo 334 Legendary Wings, The Capcom 335 Legends of the Diamond: The Baseball Championship Game Bandai 336 Lemmings Sunsoft 337 Lethal Weapon Ocean 338 Life Force Konami 339 Little League Baseball: Championship Series SNK 340 Little Mermaid, The Capcom 341 Little Nemo: The Dream Master Capcom 342 Little Ninja Brothers Culture Brain 343 Little Samson Taito 344 Lode Runner Broderbund 345 Lone Ranger, The Konami 346 Loopz Mindscape 347 Low G Man: The Low Gravity Man Taxan 348 Lunar Pool FCI 349 M.C. Kids Virgin 350 M.U.L.E. Mindscape 351 M.U.S.C.L.E.: Tag Team Match Bandai 352 Mach Rider Nintendo Nintendo 353 Mad Max Mindscape 354 Mafat Conspiracy, The Vic Tokai 355 Magic Darts Romstar 356 Magic Johnson's: Fast Break Tradewest 357 Magic of Scheherazade, The Culture Brain 358 Magician Taxan 359 Magmax FCI 360 Major League Baseball Acclaim (LJN) 361 Maniac Mansion Jaleco 362 Mappy-Land Taxan 363 Marble Madness Milton Bradley 364 Mario Is Missing! Mindscape (The Software Toolworks) 365 Mario's Time Machine Mindscape (The Software Toolworks) 366 Mechanized Attack SNK 367 Mega Man Capcom 368 Mega Man 2 Capcom 369 Mega Man 3 Capcom 370 Mega Man 4 Capcom 371 Mega Man 5 Capcom 372 Mega Man 6 Nintendo 373 Mendel Palace Hudson 374 Metal Gear Konami (Ultra) 375 Metal Mech: Man & Machine Jaleco 376 Metal Storm IREM 377 Metroid Nintendo Nintendo 378 Michael Andretti's: World GP Sammy 379 Mickey Mousecapade Capcom 380 Mickey's Adventure in Numberland Hi-Tech 381 Mickey's Safari in Letterland Hi-Tech 382 Might & Magic: Secret of the Inner Sanctum Sammy 383 Mighty Bombjack Tecmo 384 Mighty Final Fight Capcom 385 Mike Tyson's: Punch-Out!! Nintendo Nintendo 386 Millipede HAL 387 Milon's Secret Castle Hudson 388 Miracle Piano Teaching System, The Mindscape (The Software Toolworks) 389 Mission: Impossible Konami (Ultra) 390 Monopoly Parker Brothers 391 Monster in My Pocket Konami 392 Monster Party Bandai 393 Monster Truck Rally INTV 394 Motor City Patrol Matchbox 395 Ms. Pac-Man Namco 396 MTV: Remote Control Hi-Tech 397 Muppet Adventure: Chaos at the Carnival Hi-Tech 398 Mutant Virus, The ASC 399 Mystery Quest Taxan 400 NARC Acclaim 401 NES Open: Tournament Golf Nintendo Nintendo 402 NES Play Action Football Nintendo Nintendo 403 NFL Football Acclaim (LJN) 404 Nigel Mansell's: World Championship Racing GameTek 405 Nightshade Konami (Ultra) 406 Ninja Crusaders Sammy 407 Ninja Gaiden Tecmo 408 Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos Tecmo 409 Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom Tecmo 410 Ninja Kid Bandai 411 Nintendo World Cup Nintendo Nintendo 412 Nobunaga's Ambition KOEI 413 Nobunaga's Ambition II KOEI 414 North and South Kemco 415 Operation Wolf: Take No Prisoners Taito 416 ORB 3-D Hi-Tech 417 Original Mario Bros., The Nintendo Nintendo 418 Othello Acclaim 419 Overlord Virgin 420 P.O.W.: Prisoners of War SNK 421 Pac-Man Namco 422 Pac-Man Tengen 423 Palamedes Hot-B 424 Panic Restaurant Taito 425 Paperboy Mindscape 426 Paperboy 2 Mindscape 427 Phantom Fighter FCI 428 Pictionary Acclaim (LJN) 429 Pin-Bot Nintendo Nintendo 430 Pinball Nintendo Nintendo 431 Pinball Quest Jaleco 432 Pipe Dream Bullet-Proof 433 Pirates! Konami (Ultra) 434 Platoon Sunsoft 435 Popeye Nintendo Nintendo 436 Power Blade Taito 437 Power Blade 2 Taito 438 Power Punch II ASC 439 Predator Activision 440 Prince of Persia Virgin 441 Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom Hudson 442 Pro Sport Hockey Jaleco 443 Pro Wrestling Nintendo Nintendo 444 Punch-Out!! Nintendo Nintendo 445 Punisher, The Acclaim (LJN) 446 Puss N' Boots: Pero's Great Adventure Electro-Brain 447 Puzznic Taito 448 Q*Bert Konami (Ultra) 449 Qix Taito 450 R.B.I. Baseball Tengen 451 R.C. Pro-Am Nintendo Nintendo 452 R.C. Pro-Am II Tradewest 453 Racket Attack Jaleco 454 Rad Racer Nintendo Nintendo 455 Rad Racer II Squaresoft 456 Raid on Bungeling Bay Broderbund 457 Rainbow Islands Taito 458 Rally Bike Romstar 459 Rambo Acclaim 460 Rampage Data East 461 Rampart Jaleco 462 Ren & Stimpy Show, The: Buckeroo$! THQ 463 Renegade Taito 464 Rescue: The Embassy Mission Kemco 465 Ring King Data East 466 River City Ransom American Technos 467 RoadBlasters Mindscape 468 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Virgin 469 RoboCop Data East 470 RoboCop 2 Data East 471 RoboCop 3 Ocean 472 RoboWarrior Jaleco 473 Rock 'n Ball NTVIC 474 Rocket Ranger Kemco 475 Rocketeer, The Bandai 476 Rockin' Kats Atlus 477 Roger Clemens': MVP Baseball Acclaim (LJN) 478 Rollerball HAL 479 Rollerblade Racer Hi-Tech 480 Rollergames Konami (Ultra) 481 Romance of the Three Kingdoms KOEI 482 Romance of the Three Kingdoms II KOEI 483 Roundball 2-on-2 Challenge Mindscape 484 Rush'n Attack Konami 485 Rygar Tecmo 486 S.C.A.T. Natsume 487 Section-Z Capcom 488 Seicross FCI 489 Sesame Street: 123 Hi-Tech 490 Sesame Street: ABC Hi-Tech 491 Sesame Street: ABC & 123 Hi-Tech 492 Sesame Street: Big Bird's Hide & Speak Hi-Tech 493 Sesame Street: Countdown Hi-Tech 494 Shadow of the Ninja Natsume 495 Shadowgate Kemco 496 Shatterhand Jaleco 497 Shingen the Ruler Hot-B 498 Shooting Range Bandai 499 Short Order / Eggsplode Nintendo 500 Side Pocket Data East 501 Silent Service Konami (Ultra) 502 Silk Worm Sammy 503 Silver Surfer Arcadia 504 Simpsons, The: Barman Meets Radioactive Man Acclaim 505 Simpsons, The: Bart vs. the Space Mutants Acclaim 506 Simpsons, The: Bart vs. the World Acclaim 507 Skate or Die Konami (Ultra) 508 Skate or Die 2: The Search for Double Trouble EA 509 Ski or Die Konami (Ultra) 510 Sky Kid Sunsoft 511 Sky Shark Taito 512 Slalom Nintendo Nintendo 513 Smash T.V. Acclaim 514 Snake Rattle n Roll Nintendo Nintendo 515 Snake's Revenge Konami (Ultra) 516 Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular Kemco 517 Snow Brothers Capcom 518 Soccer Nintendo Nintendo 519 Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warpship Tradewest 520 Solomon's Key Tecmo 521 Solstice: The Quest for the Staff of Demnos Sony Imagesoft 522 Space Shuttle Project Absolute 523 Spelunker Broderbund 524 Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six Acclaim (LJN) 525 Spot: The Videogame! Arcadia 526 Spy Hunter Sunsoft 527 Spy vs. Spy Kemco 528 Sqoon IREM 529 Stack-Up Nintendo Nintendo 530 Stadium Events Bandai 531 Stanley: The Search for Dr. Livingston Electro-Brain 532 Star Force Tecmo 533 Star Soldier Taxan 534 Star Trek 25th Anniversary Konami (Ultra) 535 Star Trek: The Next Generation Absolute 536 Star Tropics Nintendo Nintendo 537 Star Tropics II: Zoda's Revenge Nintendo Nintendo 538 Star Voyager Acclaim 539 Star Wars JVC 540 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back JVC 541 Starship Hector Hudson 542 Stealth ATF Activision 543 Stinger Konami 544 Street Cop Bandai 545 Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight Capcom 546 Strider Capcom 547 Sullivan Bluth Presents: Dragon's Lair Sony Imagesoft 548 Super C Konami 549 Super Cars Electro-Brain 550 Super Dodge Ball Sony Imagesoft 551 Super Glove Ball Mattel 552 Super Jeopardy! GameTek 553 Super Mario Bros. Nintendo Nintendo 554 Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt Nintendo Nintendo 555 Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt / World Class Track Meet Nintendo Nintendo 556 Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo Nintendo 557 Super Mario Bros. 3 Nintendo Nintendo 558 Super Pitfall Activision 559 Super Spike V'Ball Nintendo Nintendo 560 Super Spike V'Ball / Nintendo World Cup Nintendo 561 Super Spy Hunter Sunsoft 562 Super Team Games Nintendo Nintendo 563 Superman Kemco 564 Swamp Thing THQ 565 Sword Master Activision 566 Swords and Serpents Acclaim 567 T2 Terminator 2: Judgment Day Acclaim (LJN) 568 Taboo: The Sixth Sense Tradewest 569 Tag Team Wrestling Data East 570 Talespin Capcom 571 Target: Renegade Taito 572 Tecmo Baseball Tecmo 573 Tecmo Bowl Tecmo 574 Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game Tecmo 575 Tecmo NBA Basketball Tecmo 576 Tecmo Super Bowl Tecmo 577 Tecmo World Wrestling Tecmo 578 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Konami (Ultra) 579 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game Konami (Ultra) 580 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project Konami 581 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters Konami 582 Tennis Nintendo Nintendo 583 Terminator, The Mindscape 584 Terra Cresta Vic Tokai 585 Tetris Nintendo Nintendo 586 Tetris 2 Nintendo Nintendo 587 Three Stooges, The Activision 588 Thunder and Lightning Romstar 589 Thunderbirds Activision 590 Thundercade Sammy 591 Tiger-Heli Acclaim 592 Time Lord Milton Bradley 593 Times of Lore Toho 594 Tiny Toon Adventures Konami 595 Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland Konami 596 Tiny Toon Adventures: Cartoon Workshop Konami 597 To The Earth Nintendo Nintendo 598 Toki Taito 599 Tom & Jerry: The Ultimate Game of Cat and Mouse! Hi-Tech 600 Tombs & Treasure Activision (Infocom) 601 Top Gun Konami 602 Top Gun: The Second Mission Konami 603 Total Recall Acclaim 604 Totally Rad Jaleco 605 Touchdown Fever SNK 606 Town & Country Surf Designs Acclaim (LJN) 607 Town & Country Surf Designs II: Thrilla’s Surfari Acclaim (LJN) 608 Toxic Crusaders Bandai 609 Track & Field Konami 610 Track & Field II Konami 611 Treasure Master ASC 612 Trog! Acclaim 613 Trojan Capcom 614 Twin Cobra Sammy 615 Twin Eagle Romstar 616 Ultima: Exodus FCI 617 Ultima: Quest of the Avatar FCI 618 Ultima: Warriors of Destiny FCI 619 Ultimate Air Combat Activision 620 Ultimate Basketball Sammy 621 Uncanny X-Men, The Acclaim (LJN) 622 Uncharted Waters KOEI 623 Uninvited Kemco 624 Untouchables, The Ocean 625 Urban Champion Nintendo Nintendo 626 Vegas Dream HAL 627 Vice: Project Doom Sammy 628 Videomation THQ 629 Volleyball Nintendo Nintendo 630 Wacky Races Atlus 631 Wall Street Kid SOFEL 632 Wario's Woods Nintendo 633 Wayne Gretzky Hockey THQ 634 Wayne's World THQ 635 WCW: World Championship Wrestling FCI 636 Werewolf: The Last Warrior Data East 637 Wheel of Fortune GameTek 638 Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition GameTek 639 Wheel of Fortune: Featuring Vanna White GameTek 640 Wheel of Fortune: Junior Edition GameTek 641 Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego? Konami 642 Where's Waldo? THQ 643 Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Acclaim (LJN) 644 Whomp 'Em Jaleco 645 Widget Atlus 646 Wild Gunman Nintendo Nintendo 647 Will Harvey Presents: The Immortal EA 648 Willow Capcom 649 Win, Lose or Draw Hi-Tech 650 Winter Games Acclaim 651 Wizardry Master Series II: Knight of Diamonds ASCII / NEXOFT 652 Wizardry Master Series: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord ASCII / NEXOFT 653 Wizards & Warriors Acclaim 654 Wizards & Warriors II: Iron Sword Acclaim 655 Wizards & Warriors III: Kuros...Visions of Power Acclaim 656 Wolverine Acclaim (LJN) 657 World Champ Romstar 658 World Class Track Meet Nintendo Nintendo 659 World Games Milton Bradley 660 Wrath of the Black Manta Taito 661 Wrecking Crew Nintendo Nintendo 662 Wurm: Journey to the Center of the Earth Asmik 663 WWF WrestleMania Acclaim 664 WWF: King of the Ring Acclaim (LJN) 665 WWF: WrestleMania Challenge Acclaim (LJN) 666 WWF: Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge Acclaim (LJN) 667 Xenophobe Sunsoft 668 Xevious: The Avenger Bandai 669 Xexyz Hudson 670 Yo! Noid Capcom 671 Yoshi Nintendo Nintendo 672 Yoshi's Cookie Nintendo Nintendo 673 Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, The Jaleco 674 Zanac FCI 675 Zelda II: The Adventure of Link Nintendo Nintendo 676 Zen: Intergalactic Ninja Konami 677 Zombie Nation Meldac Unlicensed North American NES Games # Title Publisher 1 Action 52 Active 2 Cheetahmen II, The Active 3 Chiller AGCI 4 Death Race AGCI 5 Shockwave AGCI 6 Wally Bear and the No! Gang AGCI 7 Blackjack AVE 8 Deathbots AVE 9 Double Strike AVE 10 Dudes with Attitude AVE 11 F-15 City War AVE 12 Impossible Mission II AVE 13 Krazy Kreatures AVE 14 Maxi 15 AVE 15 Mermaids of Atlantis AVE 16 Puzzle AVE 17 Pyramid AVE 18 Rad Racket - Deluxe Tennis II AVE 19 Solitaire AVE 20 Tiles of Fate AVE 21 Trolls on Treasure Island AVE 22 Ultimate League Soccer AVE 23 Venice Beach Volleyball AVE 24 Wally Bear and the No! Gang AVE 25 6 in 1 Caltron 26 Bee 52 Camerica 27 Big Nose Freaks Out Camerica 28 Big Nose the Caveman Camerica 29 Dizzy the Adventurer Camerica 30 Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy, The Camerica 31 Fire Hawk Camerica 32 Linus Spacehead's "Cosmic Crusade" Camerica 33 Micro Machines Camerica 34 Mig 29 Soviet Fighter Camerica 35 Quattro Adventure Camerica 36 Quattro Arcade Camerica 37 Quattro Sports Camerica 38 Stunt Kids Camerica 39 Ultimate Stuntman, The Camerica 40 Adventures of Captain Comic, The Color Dreams 41 Baby Boomer Color Dreams 42 Challenge of the Dragon Color Dreams 43 Crystal Mines Color Dreams 44 King Neptune's Adventure Color Dreams 45 Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu Color Dreams 46 Menace Beach Color Dreams 47 Metal Fighter Color Dreams 48 Operation Secret Storm Color Dreams 49 P'radikus Conflict, The Color Dreams 50 Pesterminator - The Western Exterminator Color Dreams 51 Raid 2020 Color Dreams 52 Robodemons Color Dreams 53 Secret Scout Color Dreams 54 Silent Assault Color Dreams 55 Castle of Deceit Color Dreams (Bunch) 56 Galactic Crusader Color Dreams (Bunch) 57 Mission Cobra Color Dreams (Bunch) 58 Moon Ranger Color Dreams (Bunch) 59 Tagin' Dragon Color Dreams (Bunch) 60 Bible Adventures Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 61 Bible Buffet Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 62 Exodus: Journey to the Promised Land Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 63 Joshua & The Battle of Jericho Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 64 King of Kings, The Early Years Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 65 Spiritual Warfare Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 66 Sunday Funday: The Ride Color Dreams (Wisdom Tree) 67 6 in 1 Myriad 68 Bubble Bath Babes Panesian 69 Hot Slots Panesian 70 Peek A Boo Poker Panesian 71 RacerMate Challenge II RacerMate 72 Arctic Adventure, Penguin & Seal Sachen 73 Auto-Upturn Sachen 74 Bingo 75 Sachen 75 Challenge of the Dragon Sachen 76 Chess Academy Sachen 77 Chinese Checkers Sachen 78 Colorful Dragon Sachen 79 Cosmo Cop Sachen 80 Dancing Blocks Sachen 81 Final Combat Sachen 82 Gaiapolis Sachen 83 Galactic Crusader Sachen 84 Great Wall, The Sachen 85 Happy Pairs Sachen 86 Hell Fighter Sachen 87 Hidden Chinese Chess Sachen 88 Honey Peach Sachen 89 Huge Insect Sachen 90 Jovial Race Sachen 91 Jurassic Boy Sachen 92 Little Red Hood Sachen 93 Locksmith Sachen 94 Lucky Bingo Sachen 95 Magic Cube Sachen 96 Magical Mathematics Sachen 97 Mahjong Partner Sachen 98 Mahjong School Sachen 99 Mahjong Trap Sachen 100 Mahjong World, The Sachen 101 Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu Sachen 102 Metal Fighter Sachen 103 Middle School English Sachen 104 Millionaire Sachen 105 Olympic I.Q. Sachen 106 Padillon Gals Sachen 107 Pipemania Sachen 108 Po Po Team Sachen 109 Poker I Sachen 110 Poker II Sachen 111 Poker III Sachen 112 Poker Mahjong Sachen 113 Pyramid Sachen 114 Pyramid II Sachen 115 Q-Boy Sachen 116 Rockball Sachen 117 Side Winder Sachen 118 Silent Assault Sachen 119 Silver Eagle Sachen 120 Strategist Sachen 121 Street Heroes Sachen 122 Super Cartridge Version 1 - 4-in-1 Sachen 123 Super Cartridge Version 2 - 10-in-1 Sachen 124 Super Cartridge Version 3 - 8-in-1 Sachen 125 Super Cartridge Version 4 - 6-in-1 Sachen 126 Super Cartridge Version 5 - 7-in-1 Sachen 127 Super Cartridge Version 6 - 6-in-1 Sachen 128 Super Cartridge Version 7 - 4-in-1 Sachen 129 Super Cartridge Version 8 - 4-in-1 Sachen 130 Super Cartridge Version 9 - 3-in-1 Sachen 131 Super Pang I Sachen 132 Super Pang II Sachen 133 Taiwan Mahjong Sachen 134 Taiwan Mahjong II Sachen 135 Tasac Sachen 136 Thunder Blaster Man Sachen 137 Tough Cop Sachen 138 Twin Eagle Sachen 139 Impossible Mission II SEI 140 Chiller Sharedata 141 After Burner Tengen 142 Alien Syndrome Tengen 143 Fantasy Zone Tengen 144 Gauntlet Tengen 145 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Tengen 146 Klax Tengen 147 Ms. Pac-Man Tengen 148 Pac-Man Tengen 149 Pac-Mania Tengen 150 R.B.I. Baseball Tengen 151 R.B.I. Baseball 2 Tengen 152 R.B.I. Baseball 3 Tengen 153 Road Runner Tengen 154 Rolling Thunder Tengen 155 Shinobi Tengen 156 Skull & Crossbones Tengen 157 Super Sprint Tengen 158 Tetris Tengen 159 Toobin' Tengen 160 Vindicators Tengen
  13. As I've moved to a small place and I'm renovating the place I've decided to thin out my collection and making it more focused Might consider trading if you have something interesting either NES, SNES, FC, FDS, SFC, SMD or NSW related or Homebrew within same categories Lots of games and consoles looking for a new home
  14. Hello everyone. I just beat Mike Tyson in Punch Out and I am looking for the next NES challenge. Here’s a few I thought of, let me know if you suggest anything else. Beat Contra w/o Konami code (no cheats) Beat Ninja Gaiden (no cheats) Beat Ghouls and Ghosts (twice w/ no cheats) Beat SMB3 (no cheats) Beat Battletoads (no cheats) Beat SMB1 (no warps and no cheats)
  15. Going to Use this thread to showcase some NES stuff. Questions/Comments/Concerns Welcome.
  16. Prices include shipping. Payment through PayPal using Goods and Services. PC Serious Sam Gold (Very Good. Discs, jewel case, and manual only. No box. Case is a bit cracked) - $25 Jotun Steelbook Gametrust/Indiebox (Very Good CIB) - $15 Axiom Verge Steelbook Gametrust/Indiebox (Good CIB. Steelbook has minor dent in corner) - $13 NINTENDO SWITCH Bloodroots (CIB Like New Super Rare Games) - $53 Spinch (CIB Like New iam8bit) - $35 XBOX 360 Metal Gear Rising Revengance (CIB BRAND NEW) - $20 PLAYSTATION 3 Blur Japanese Import (Good CIB. Region free w/ partial English support) $35 Stranglehold (Good CIB. Has water damage on cover art) - $8 PLAYSTATION 4 Neurovoider w/trading card (CIB BRAND NEW Limited Run Games) - $35 Green Lava Studios Volume 1 (CIB BRAND NEW Limited Run Games) - $25 Afterparty (BRAND NEW Limited Run Games w/poster and trading card) - $46 The Girl and the Robot Deluxe Edition (Very Good CIB w/ soundtrack) - $20 Tetris Effect (BRAND NEW Limited Run Games version. Includes updates on disc) - $40 Galak-Z + Skulls of the Shogun Double Pack (BRAND NEW) - $10 Oddworld New N Tasty + soundtrack (Like New CIB) - $86 GAME BOY COLOR Test Drive Off-Road 3 (CIB Very Good small dent on back of box) - $40 NES Mawthorne (BRAND NEW Limited Edition Kickstarter Edition) $105 Comes with the following: Limited Black Cartridge Alternate Box Art Instruction Booklet Name in Booklet Foldout Map Bonus Lore Booklet Dust Sleeve Foam Block NES Advantage bundle with Sky Shark, Twin Eagle, and Tiger Heli. $125 NES Advantage bottom has been repainted but is missing the screws unfortunately... it's been a while since I had this and must have misplaced them. Works perfectly fine though. Sky Shark and Twin Eagle are CIB (or at least have boxes and manuals). Boxes are pretty worn, and manuals are only lightly worn . Tiger Heli is cart and manual only.
  17. Anyone have the Piko Interactive version of Jim Powers for NES, SNES, and Genesis? Wondering if they are good. I just looked at gameplay for the first time and it looks awesome! I'm especially interested in the NES and Genesis versions.
  18. For those who've never seen my channel, I've been on YouTube since 2006 and have made over 500 videos since. I just wanted to share a few videos that, while simplistic, took a lot of time and effort to make. I hope you enjoy them. Animal Crossing My second floor in Animal Crossing for GameCube, with all of the included NES games. A few years ago, shortly after Mega Man 11 was announced, I decided to recreate the Mega Man 30th Anniversary logo in Animal Crossing for GameCube. This took over an hour to make. Imports I have a series of videos about imported games, called A Look at Imports. Of the 20+ videos I've made for this series, this is the one I like the most. It is also the final video in the series. Demos Came across this demo a few years ago and did a full playthrough of it. GameCube All of the M rated games for the GameCube, some of which are from Nintendo. Online Gaming Anyone who's participated in VGS Game Nights knows I like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Well here's a worldwide online battle from October 2020, only a few days before I started participating in the VGS Game Nights on Halloween that year. My YouTube channel isn't being updated anymore, as I retired last year after a total of 15 years. I still make videos on occasion, however, and may upload them on another site or show some at a convention someday. But my past videos are staying on YouTube, so click the link to my channel below if you're interested in seeing more.
  19. Hello! Opening this thread as an information dump for Project Sword, an NES action platformer currently in development in collaboration with Bite the Chili (Gauauu)and myself. Hoping to get some conversation going about the game, the features we are working on, and the type of enthusiasm that may be out there as we work to build towards our early demo of the game. As well, hoping to document some of the development processes of the game here when possible. Gauauu had contacted me to see if I had an interest in providing graphic assets for a mid-size NES game that he could plug away at between releasing the fantastic Anguna and finishing the hotly anticipated sci-fi exploration game Halcyon. The latter being of special significance to my early interest in homebrew, I jumped at the chance. Gauauu proposed an action platformer inspired by the wall jumping in Sunsoft's Batman mixed with the twitchy pacing of Ninja Gaiden. Set in a fantasy setting inspired by the Princess Bride. All of this sounded like something I would be excited to play myself, so I agreed to help! We've accomplished a number of things already, Gauauu has a wonderful 4-way scrolling engine set up to handle the larger nametables needed for batman-like wall jumping stages, as well as created some tight and intuitive wall jumping controls. Additionally, we have bank switching player sprites, DPCM percussion, some impressive palette fades, and some interesting powerups. The engine is really smooth, which is about all I am qualified to say about it since Gauauu is the programmer and I am exclusively working on assets, hopefully he can share more about the programming in the project. We've got some test levels set up and some initial prototypes to test game mechanics. I also went ahead and composed about 4-5 songs to get us started building the prototype. I have some concept music posted here including our DPCM samples for the proposed Titlescreen/Attract sequence: My first task on the project was developing our player character: I started to draw a princess via princess bride but got bored with that and she quickly became a selectable playable character as well: Portraits contributed by my friend and musical collaborator Steve D'eau. These are WIP I started breaking down the tilesets to our source inspiration (batman, and Ninja Gaiden) as well as adding influence from games set in fantasy settings like Simons Quest, shadow of the ninja, and Megaman 6 (knightman). *fairytale motif inspired by the princess bride: Iterations of the main Sorcerer villain shaping up after a little advice from Mteegfx: More portrait work by Steve D'eau: The sorcerer in his citadel: Supporting characters: The original theme of the project has spiraled out quite a bit since I started heaping in all my TV/Film fantasy influences. I've been doubling down on watching swashbuckling/fantasy/high adventure films while I am working and have been spending a lot of time with MGM's 1962 Harryhausen stop motion knock-off Jack and the giant killer, Erol Flynn's 1938 Robin Hood film, Max Fleischer's 1939 Gulliver's Travels cartoon, Harryhausen's 1963 Argonauts, and 1973's Golden Voyage of Sinbad, and Ralph Bakshi's 1983 Fire and Ice. Of course, accompanied by the aforementioned Princess Bride. As a side note in this thread, if there are any swashbuckling/fantasy/adventure films that should be included here with this, I would love to hear about them and discuss them here. AS a personal note, I made a point to finish both Batman and Ninja Gaiden after starting this project, having the proper motivation allowed me to power through each and gave me a newfound respect for those games. Batman especially, what a wonderful game! Those visuals! That play control! That MUUUUSSSSSICCCCC!!!! (partly the inspiration for using DPCM on this project) Again, we're moving forward into our demo phase and will be looking for beta testers and feedback from the community, so if you have any questions about the project or wish to contribute feedback to either Gauauu, or myself you can do so here I am very clearly excited about Project Sword and look forward to sharing more with the community going forward. Keep an eye out for us!! Thanks for checking us out -team Sword
  20. Updated June 2022: Here's the top 10, most funded homebrew game projects. This only includes funds from Kickstarter (some games had massive indiegogo or post launch sales as well). NOTES: Some Kickstarters include multiple platformers (eg. NES + SNES etc) so it's not entirely apples to apples comparisons. I am only including new releases, not re-issues of old games, however I am including original ports of games that previously appears on other platforms. #10 Trophy ($40,096) #9 Anguna: Scourge of the Goblin King ($40,435) #8 Project Blue ($42,592) #7 Montezuma's Revenge ($45,060) #6 Roniu's Tale ($49,243) #5: Dungeons & Doomknights ($54,715) #4 Skeler Boy ($55,875) * #3: Jim Power ($63,805) * #2: Super Russian Roulette ($84,263) #1: Micro Mages ($177,115) * Includes multiple platforms in final sales numbers.
  21. Voting for the NES Homebrew Hall of Fame is open through May 31, 2022! All you have to do is click the link below, read the instructions, and post your votes in the comment section. No paid Substack subscription is required. Please share this with any of your NES homebrew friends, as I'm hoping to make the voting as robust and inclusive as possible! https://retrostack.substack.com/p/the-nes2-hall-of-fame-voting-period?s=w
  22. Welcome to the devlog of our game "Blades of the Lotus", a side-scrolling ninja platformer! I'm working with Abdel Oliveira (https://twitter.com/abdeloliveira80) to help bring his abandoned PC project to where it really belongs... on the NES! Check out the original PC demo: Obviously the game will need to evolve for both the system, the controller, and just my own design sensibilities, but you can see there is a really great core in that PC demo to work from! Development Details: Targets Mapper 28 (Action 53) directly, rather than one of the supported discrete mappers. 64KB PRG-ROM + CHR-RAM (CHR bank swapping for background animation). Written in C (CC65) using NESLib and NESDoug libraries, with support from Norill for Action53 C APIs. Famitone5 sound engine (also by nesdoug) Dev Log Updates: I'll be doing more regular updates on this itch thread, and on twitter. I'll update this thread periodically to summarize the current state of the game (every week or so). Thanks for checking out the game!
  23. pls delete, had great advice.
  24. Download (or play in your browser) the latest build here! (ver. 1.0) The Kraken cometh... From the deepest trenches of the ocean, the Kraken has come to lay waste to your city! The archers have slung every arrow. The burning tar has run dry. Every piece of military weaponry has been dispatch. And yet... the Kraken moves forward, climbing the towering walls of your seaside fortress. With no ammunition left, the city itself moves from a barricade, to a weapon! The stones of the walls are broken off, and hurdled down at hideous creature. And it just might be enough to slow it down till morning, when surely help will arrive... --- Hi! I created my first Homebrew NES game, FROM BELOW! It a falling block puzzle game featuring: Soft Drops Hard Drops Wall Kicks T-Spins Lock Delay 3 modes of play: Kraken Battle Mode The signature mode of FROM BELOW. Battle the Kraken by clear lines across the onslaught of attacking Kraken Tentacles. The Tentacles push more blocks onto the screen every few seconds, forcing to act quickly, and strategize on an every changing board. Classic Mode The classic block falling mechanics you know and love without any new gimmicks. Modernize for 2020, with Hard Drops, Lock Delay, and more, making this (hopefully) the best feeling puzzle game on the NES! Turn Based Kraken Battle Mode Similar to "Kraken Battle Mode", but instead of the Kraken attacking every few seconds, it advances its tentacle every time you drop a piece. Make every move count, as this move favors slow, deliberate play!
  25. GET THE PODCAST HERE: Homebrew Game Club Episode 3: Witch n' Wiz The gang talks about Witch n' Wiz, a puzzle platformer for the NES. Nick tries in vain not to swear, Conor confesses to a terrible mistake, and Bart has a particular room in mind where he'd like to play this one. There's also a bit about Reddit movies. Finally, Nick has a cautionary tale about giving your childhood stuffed animals away to high school filmmakers. Still need to play Witch n' Wiz? Get the full game here: https://mhughson.itch.io/witch-n-wiz Or play it for free on Piepacker: https://piepacker.com/ Music break: "Gravity" by Tuï: https://twitter.com/Tui2A03 The next game club pick is NEScape! For the NES. Check our social media for the livestream date, and get the game here: https://khangames.itch.io/nescape Mawthorne on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/crazygrouptrio/mawthorne-nes-game/ Skeller Boy on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/skelerboy/skeler-boy-part-ii-for-game-boy-cartridge-and-pc The Great Gatsby for NES: https://greatgatsbygame.com/ Needle in a Timestack Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VfPClAsIpg As always, find links to our social media, merch shop and more at homebrewgameclub.com.
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