Game Identification

Started by Doc, July 30, 2006, 12:16:18 am

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Ghegs

Looks to be pirate carts all of them.
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CrackN

Thank you for the reply!  That's what I started to think the more I looked in to it... oh well.. is there still a market for these?

Whiteboy

 :help:

What are these games called? And if there's any English translation that would be great too haha


Ghegs

Left column:

Getsu Fūma Den
Ninja-kun
Adventure Island
Mugen Senshi Valis

Right column:

Ninja Jajamaru-kun
SD Gundam Gachapon Senshi 3: Eiyuu Senki
Super Chinese 2
Super Chinese 3

You can just Google the four or five-character code the cartridge has (GTS-VA for Valis), that usually finds them.
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smeghead

im looking for some winter sports famicom game, is there any game like Ski or Die for famicom or nintendo

Ghegs

There's Slalom. Heavy Shreddin' aka. Snowboard Challenge exists but is just a bad & horrible game in all ways. Neither got a Famicom release.
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krzy

You can also cut the label and paste it into Google Graphics, it will search succesfully

togemet2

Hey there. I recently bought a copy of raid on bungeling bay for the Famicom. Does anyone know what it says on the back label here? The front label is the same as all of the other ones I've seen online, but every copy of this game I've seen has the regular Famicom info label on the back. But mine has this...Wall of Japanese green text. I have not played the game yet. Help?




Retrospectives

March 29, 2018, 12:49:27 am #1525 Last Edit: March 29, 2018, 12:54:38 am by Retrospectives
Just a warranty label. Pretty common that certain shops used these type of labels to be honest.

It says: 3 Month guaranty. Thanks for buying.
Don't store the game in a too hot/cold place, don't throw it, don't open it etc
Don't put water to it, avoid dirt etc etc.
If you have a claim, contact the shop where you bought it.

Famikon-shop-chain Takarajima  (Takarajima).

+ address.

Nothing special, just a warranty sticker  ;)

This chain was based in Niigata just for curiosity.

togemet2

Quote from: Retrospectives on March 29, 2018, 12:49:27 am
Just a warranty label. Pretty common that certain shops used these type of labels to be honest.

It says: 3 Month guaranty. Thanks for buying.
Don't store the game in a too hot/cold place, don't throw it, don't open it etc
Don't put water to it, avoid dirt etc etc.
If you have a claim, contact the shop where you bought it.

Famikon-shop-chain Takarajima  (Takarajima).

+ address.

Nothing special, just a warranty sticker  ;)

This chain was based in Niigata just for curiosity.


I see. It's my only famicom game which has this label. Thanks!

Retrospectives

Yeah compared the shops who didn't put custom warranty/warning labels then they are more rare of course. I have few in my collection (not from that chain though), but normally I think they put it as second hand goods or at least as lose cartridge because it does not exist (to my knowledge) they put these labels when the games were totally new in box.

togemet2

Looks like I'm posting back here again  ;D

After doing my usual late night eBay browsing, I came across a lot which appeared to have a game called "Unbeatable Program" by Hudson Soft. I've never seen it before and have no clue whats on the cartridge. I also tried to search for it and nothing came of it. Help?


MaarioS

April 02, 2018, 03:30:14 am #1529 Last Edit: April 02, 2018, 03:35:17 am by MaarioS
I've had several pirated carts with the same label or similar style label, unfortunately I think there is no way to find out what's inside because I noticed games are completely random in these carts. If you want to guess a specific game completely based on texting on the cart then maybe it is Raid on Bungeling Bay

By the way, I noticed this cart was located in Poland at some point, based on the sticker "cena" which means "price"