Last Famicom game you played?

Started by Doc, July 30, 2006, 12:47:36 am

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Jedi Master Baiter

I only find it tough when Bald Bull charges from a longer distance.


Super Mario Bros. Nothing to write home about.


Hello Kitty no Hanabatake for the famicom, a great little possibly forgotten platform game, give it a try it's really fun :)



I was mucking about looking through some of the older games on my Everdrive and there are a fair few hacks and unreleased games on there.

I checked out Time Diver EON Man and realised I hadn't played it before.  It looked nice, sounded nice, and after a few minutes of 'testing' I realised it also played quite nicely.  Before I knew it I was really enjoying this game.

Don't get me wrong, it's not a perfect game or on the level of something like Gun Dec / Vice: Project Doom, but the flaws I think it does have, actually have a lot of charm once familiarised.

For a Famicom game, difficulty is player-friendly, and surprisingly not 'NES hard' as I expected.  It has a really smooth difficulty curve to boot.

I suppose it's on par with something like Spartan X2 in terms of difficulty, but it doesn't get quite as demanding.

I ended up completing it after about 45 minutes or so, I only mean to play it for 5 mins!
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Looks fun! I wrote it down on my list of games to play.
From what I remember of Spartan X2 is that it was relatively very easy compared to most other games on the system.


Home Run Nighter '90: The Pennant League!!




Gotta Love Rockman 6! One of my favs  :)



Great game! I've gotten to the final boss a few times but I've yet to beat him.


I Haven't beaten it yet either.
Getting closer though :)


Kaiketsu Yanchamaru

On stage 8 now...

Finished the 2nd game a while back..


Played Mighty Final Fight tonight.

I ignored that game so long because I thought it was a cheap cash in after the success of the Super Famicom game. But it really is it's own thing and super fun.

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