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 on: Today at 06:25:23 AM 
Started by Pingaloka - Last post by chowder
I don't use that mod, but this part seems strange, unless I'm missing something.

Next, solder 150R resistor to pin 22 of the PPU (+5V).

Pin 22 is /RST.

This schematic is from the AV Famicom and has always worked for me:

 on: Today at 06:01:12 AM 
Started by bha2248 - Last post by chowder
How many screws did you strip?!  Philips screwdrivers come in different sizes, yours is probably too small.  You can try to use one with a larger tip to see if that can get a better grip on what's left of the head, but if it's properly chewed up you'll need to drill it out.

 on: Today at 05:49:13 AM 
Started by bha2248 - Last post by chowder
Errr... You're on FAMICOM World Wink

 on: Today at 04:39:59 AM 
Started by bha2248 - Last post by bha2248
im bored

 on: Today at 04:26:50 AM 
Started by bha2248 - Last post by bha2248
Well, after buying a used nes, having it not work, getting it replaced and going home i figured "HEY!" why not disable its lockout chip! I grabbed my philips head screwdriver and BANG! the screws are stripped. I DO NOT WANT TO DAMAGE MY SYSTEM! I've tried the rubberband trick, i tried superglue and it didnt bond and i cant use tools, any other recommendations?

 on: Today at 03:33:04 AM 
Started by fcgamer - Last post by fcgamer
Good it isn't missing anything important like a card though. The color chips should be easy to replace if it's not enough.

Gonna read the manual later and post a summary here how you play it.

Exactly!  Those are my thoughts as well.

I've always thought this game looked cool, so I had planned on actually playing it at some point.  That point may come sooner thanks to your upcoming summary Smiley  Thank you!

 on: Today at 01:21:53 AM 
Started by Hamburglar - Last post by DDCecil
Sorry for the necro-bump, but over the weekend I decided to try out every game I own and see which worked with a controller in the FEP. Not surprising, but most NES games not released in Japan didn't work. Some did though like Marble Madness!

* - Japan only games that don't work

Super Mario Bros. 2/USA - mentioned in first post
Spider Man: Return of the Sinister Six
Ferrari Grand Prix
Terminator 2
Alien 3
Home Alone 2
Ring King
Arkista's Ring
Fisher Price Firehouse Rescue
Fisher Price Perfect Fit
Destination Earthstar
Monster Truck Rally
T & C Surf Designs
Hyper Olympic
Friday the 13th
Tengen Tetris
Lode Runner
Antarctic Adventure
Championship Lode Runner*
Raid on Bungeling Bay
Nuts and Milk*
John Elway's Quarterback
Pipe Dream
Joe and Mac
Hyper Sports*
4 Nin Ichi Mahjong*
Target Renegade
Tom & Jerry
Race America
Prince Valiant
Kiwi Kraze
Flying Hero*
Saiyuuki World*
Silver Surfer
Ghostbusters II
Jurassic Park
Donald Duck (Snoopy Sports Spectacular)
Seikima II*
Arkanoid II* (Thinks it is a paddle!)
Ghoul School
Simpsons: Bart vs Space Mutants
Time Lord
Zelda II: Adventure of Link (JPN Disk version works fine)

 on: Today at 12:42:34 AM 
Started by aarkay14 - Last post by aarkay14
Hi All,

Just cleaning out my inventory hence wanted to sell this off for cheap.. Its a VCCI famicom. I am selling it as is, I do not have an RF output TV but I am pretty sure It should work. I have cleaned the internals with 100% isopropyl alcohol, No dust inside. The second controller looks less used - even has the plastic film on the gold sticker. The expansion port has the red cover. Its yellowed but can be cleaned painted and used.

Price = 15 USD + shipping from Japan.

Pictures =


 on: Today at 12:03:01 AM 
Started by Jaek_3 - Last post by Jaek_3
Alright so I just got my keyboard and family basic, and I'll be posting a lot, so rather than posting a thread for each of my questions, I decided that it would be more efficient if I posted one thread alone. So, can someone explain the basics of making a text based game in family basic? Nothing that I've done in Atari Basic is compatible.

 on: Yesterday at 11:39:01 PM 
Started by Doc - Last post by DahrenDreamcast
The best 80's song ever. A song so good that I can listen to it everyday and never get bored of it. It's in my top 10 of all time!


I played take on me this morning, about 9am  Smiley


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