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Jodo Kast Apr 21, 2015

I ordered the Gold Everdrive from Stone Age Gamer yesterday and I picked up a NES console on ebay today. Total price was $300. Considering that some of the games I want to play for the NES vastly exceed $300, I feel I did fairly well.

First on the agenda is to replay Gargoyle's Quest 2 and restart Sweet Home, since I was playing those on an emulator on my PC. I could never get the image quality just right and I don't trust the audio reproduction of emulation, either.

GoldfishX Apr 22, 2015

I've had a chance to use an NES Everdrive and it's a great product, well worth the money. Especially if you want to play on an original console and not worry about lag or inaccuracies (or in my case, swapping carts out every 20 minutes or so). Huge, bulky CRT also highly recommended.

I'm looking to pick up the SNES one soon, just because the SNES is so difficult to emulate. The NES emus can get semi-reasonably in the ballpark, but I've never been happy with how SNES emulation looks, plays or sounds.

Jodo Kast Apr 22, 2015

I saved a 20" Sony CRT with an S-video input, manufactured in November 1993. I paid around $450 for it at the time and I didn't save it because I anticipated that one day I would be buying an Everdrive. I saved it because it never broke. All the larger Sony sets I owned had to be repaired and were eventually recycled. 20" sets with an S-video connection were not easy to find in 1993 and I bought it because the SNES was S-video capable. I'll never forget how S-video looked that first time.

SNES emulation is poor. I tried several emulators just recently and was dissatisfied with the picture quality and very dissatisfied with the sound quality. I am going to be picking up the SNES Everdrive soon.

Ashley Winchester Apr 23, 2015

Jodo Kast wrote:

SNES emulation is poor. I tried several emulators just recently and was dissatisfied with the picture quality and very dissatisfied with the sound quality. I am going to be picking up the SNES Everdrive soon.

I didn't think ZSNES was bad back when I used it used it on my computer. Yes, when hooked up to newer TVs through a computer you will get lag which will pretty much kills the entire point of doing that (my friend demonstrated this to me) but being a collector I guess I like having the original carts. However, if you didn't nab certain things before the prices exploded I can understand in not wanting to do that.

However, to be honest, a lot of the more expensive games (Ninja Gaiden Trilogy, Dracula X) aren't that great to begin with. Hell, I like Mega Man X2 and X3 but I don't think the experiences they offer are really worth their asking prices these days even though they are good.

I have to ask though, can the Everdrive emulate games with the FX chip, Capcom's Cx4 (X2 and X3) or Star Ocean and Street Fighter Alpha 2's decompression chip? I can't imagine them being able to replicate those from a hardware standpoint unless they do it from a software point.

GoldfishX Apr 23, 2015 (edited Apr 23, 2015) … hips#S-DD1

Chip support is hit or miss apparently. The lack of SA1 support is pretty glaring, considering the price, but the only two games I would really NEED to pick up to compensate for it are the two Kirby games that use it (I have Mario RPG already). The two Capcom chips are good to go though.

And yeah, the hard truth of game collecting is it's common for rare games to be pretty bad. I don't think I could ever pull the trigger on an Action 52 or Color a Dinosaur.

As for SNES emulation, someone in the speedrun scene explained you need a very powerful computer to properly emulate the SNES at 100% with no errors. For both my Wii Emulators and Virtual Consoles, there is a decent amount of lag even on CRT's (it goes away somewhat with a wired controller).

This is a pretty good overview: … -3ghz-cpu/

Amazingu Apr 23, 2015

GoldfishX wrote:

As for SNES emulation, someone in the speedrun scene explained you need a very powerful computer to properly emulate the SNES at 100% with no errors.

I don't know why, but I think it's awesome that the SNES is so hard to emulate perfectly.

Jodo Kast Apr 26, 2015

For the first time in my life, the postal carrier did not leave a notice after attempting to make delivery. I was wondering why I didn't get the Everdrive this weekend. Of all the things over the years I've ordered, one of the most anticipated had to have some kind of problem. So now I have to go to the post office and pick it up.

I have the full ROM set of NES games and I've discovered a few that I'm going to have to play once ED arrives. I fell in love with Crisis Force immediately; it's probably good this never came out on the NES and it demonstrates how worthwhile it is to invest time in checking out Famicom titles. I'm getting impressions of superiority over Gradius/Salamander. Gimmick! and Totally Rad are a couple more I really want to dig into and they demonstrate how stupid I was for ditching the NES once the SNES came out.

Basically, once my pal ED gets here, I'm going to play Gargoyle's Quest 2, Sweet Home, Power Blade 1 + 2, Shatterhand, Crisis Force, Journey to Silius, Gimmick!, Totally Rad and Kid Dracula. The NES will definitely provide entertainment for the rest of my life.

brandonk Apr 29, 2015

I've been starting to think about retro gaming 'legit' -

With emulation , I've gotten tired of 'control lag' and general bugginess.  But I don't even know where to begin with system organization and clutter (there are some interesting videos out there, but they all look like a nightmare in cord management).  But I'll probably start small with a Genesis, NES and SNES...Although I always wanted a Super Famicom - so may go with a Japanese system and just use a cart/port converter (haven't found a sleek adaptor yet)

I am curious about how long games and systems will continue to work as years go by - especially those that have 'battery' for save states?

And then there's the whole debate around using a true CRT...I shutter at repurchasing and storing a 300 lb tv..

BTW, I found this listing for an SNES on eBay...nice marketing ;-) … 1609924064

Ashley Winchester Apr 29, 2015

brandonk wrote:

I am curious about how long games and systems will continue to work as years go by - especially those that have 'battery' for save states?

I'm not sure if you're aware, but if a cart-based game stops saving you can actually replace the battery inside and it will be as good as new for another 20 some years. It's not a battery you can buy at the store and there's some soldering involved but it's not that complicated.

As for the longevity of systems, anything that's disc based generally has more of a chance of crapping the bed because of moving parts... but this honestly doesn't seem to be a problem until you get the PS3 and XBox 360 which will eventually flame out because they ran so hot.

Jodo Kast May 1, 2015

I got the NES Everdrive yesterday and tested out a lot of games. It does provide for an authentic gaming experience. Save states work fine. ROMs patched with a translation work fine. I had forgotten how good NES games look, since the black levels on CRTs are far superior to those on LCD/LED sets. The only real trick to making this all work is making sure you have proper ROMs. While it's quite easy to get ROMs, it's not so easy to get proper ROMs. If a patch doesn't work, then you have a bad ROM. I went through some serious googling to get all this straightened out, but it was worth it.

It's a very easy device to use, since you can leave it in the NES. All I do is swap the SD card between Everdrive and PC. ROMs load in 2-3 seconds. Think of the Everdrive as the NES and the SD card as a cartridge.

brandonk May 1, 2015

Thanks Jodo!  Good re: the ordering process - they currently say "Out of Stock" - - Are they build to order?  If so , approx how long to build and deliver?

Jodo Kast May 1, 2015

brandonk wrote:

Thanks Jodo!  Good re: the ordering process - they currently say "Out of Stock" - - Are they build to order?  If so , approx how long to build and deliver?

They are definitely build to order. My guess is that if they have one in stock, then they are referring to the PCB only. Once someone orders, they paint a shell and install the PCB. My guess is based on the fact that the Everdrive emits a powerful paint odor. Therefore, my only complaint is that they didn't let the paint "cure" before wrapping it up.

From the time I ordered until the time I could have received it was 2 days. The package required a signature, so I had to wait until I could find time to get to the post office.

Jodo Kast May 2, 2015

brandonk wrote:

Anyone see this?  Pretty impressive non emulated NES/famicom upgrade coming: … nformation

It has my attention. But...modern TVs are too diverse; they're like PCs almost, since one's experience depends upon what model or features one has. With CRTs, everyone gets the same experience, with the exception of whether one has S-video or not. Basically, the console developers of the past knew that you had a CRT. Today, they don't know what you have and your experience will vary depending on whether you have a plasma, LED, or OLED, and will even vary between models of each type of display technology.

I'd need to know which display technology is the best, which model, etc. Obviously this system will not be optimized for CRT, since those don't have HDMI inputs.

absuplendous May 2, 2015 (edited May 2, 2015)

The mere support of HDMI (which is not even a standard feature of the Analogue NT) doesn't mean it's not optimized for CRT. It's the original hardware in a new shell (modified to offer more input), so it's no less "optimized for CRT" than the NES itself. It even offers component, S-Video, and composite; you could use it on a CRT if you really wanted to.

It's crazy overpriced for what it is, and I'm certainly not saying anyone should buy it. But it's also among the most authentic of the NES clones, since it's less a clone and more of a suped-up original.

brandonk May 2, 2015

Yeah, you can connect not only to HDMI, but also VGA , component, and S-Video...pretty impressive...

I preordered just now...I know ...I know...but it was exactly what I was looking for....Hopefully it actually ships this month as promised on the website...I'll post some feedback if anyone is interested,

As an aside...if I find lag issues are a non issue with this system, I couldn't jusetify a CRT just for Duck Hunt - but..learning that a CRT is required,  I am interested in the 3D Famicom system now...

absuplendous May 2, 2015

It's a fine luxury item (and cheaper than I thought; I had their CMVS price tag in my head), but a bit pricy for me, especially when they charge 50 bucks for things like an alternate color. If you have the money, it looks like you're in for a lot of fun.

It's interesting to me that they're offering refurbished Famicom controllers with NES (and AV Famicom) style connectors; as far as I know, all original Famicom controllers were hard-wired, so they're putting in some effort there. And no dogbones?

Ashley Winchester May 3, 2015

absuplendous wrote:

And no dogbones?

It wouldn't surprise if the fact there's no dogbones is due to the cost.

The remodeled NES has kind of risen in price lately because of the mods that can be done to it.

I got one for $30 before the demand rose... I think they're around $100 now. I sold mine to my friend for $50.

The rise in cost may cross over to the controllers.

Jodo Kast May 3, 2015

Ashley Winchester wrote:

I got one for $30 before the demand rose... I think they're around $100 now. I sold mine to my friend for $50.

I paid $100 for the NES I recently bought. It does have a new 72 pin connector, but pretty much every listing on ebay advertises that. The SNES I bought was also $100.

Jodo Kast Sep 25, 2015

Here are the folders and their contents on my NES Everdrive. It took me months to get things set up. I got most of the folder names from gamefaqs and I haven't verified if all of the games are really of the type that they specify. The [P] indicates I have applied the English patch from

ABOMINATIONS: I learned about many of these by watching the Angry Video Game Nerd. The rest are from my memories and searching google for "worst NES games". I haven't had a chance to verify that all of these are abominations, but of those I have tried, I am convinced.

8 Eyes (USA).nes
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons - Heroes of the Lance (USA).nes
Adventures of Bayou Billy, The (USA).nes
Adventures of Gilligan's Island, The (USA).nes
Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends, The (USA).nes
Alien 3 (USA).nes
Athena (USA).nes
Back to the Future (USA).nes
Bad Street Brawler (USA).nes
Barbie (USA).nes
Bashi Bazook - Morphoid Masher (USA) (Proto).nes
Beetlejuice (USA).nes
Bill & Ted's Excellent Video Game Adventure (USA).nes
Bram Stoker's Dracula (USA).nes
BurgerTime (USA).nes
Cabal (USA).nes
Captain Planet and the Planeteers (USA).nes
Chubby Cherub (USA).nes
Cobra Command (USA).nes
Color a Dinosaur (USA).nes
Conan (USA).nes
Contra Force (USA).nes
Day Dreamin' Davey (USA).nes
Days of Thunder (USA).nes
Deadly Towers (USA).nes
Deathbots (USA) (Unl).nes
Dick Tracy (USA).nes
Die Hard (USA).nes
Double Dragon III - The Sacred Stones (USA).nes
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (USA).nes
Drac's Night Out (USA) (Proto).nes
Dragon's Lair (USA).nes
Dynowarz - Destruction of Spondylus (USA).nes
Fester's Quest (USA).nes
Fisher-Price - Perfect Fit (USA).nes
Fist of the North Star (USA).nes
Frankenstein - The Monster Returns (USA).nes
Friday the 13th (USA).nes
Ghostbusters (USA).nes
Godzilla - Monster of Monsters! (USA).nes
Godzilla 2 - War of the Monsters (USA).nes
Golgo 13 - Top Secret Episode (USA).nes
Hook (USA).nes
Hoops (USA).nes
Hudson Hawk (USA).nes
Hydlide (USA).nes
Ikari Warriors (USA).nes
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (USA) (Taito).nes
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (USA).nes
Infiltrator (USA).nes
Jaws (USA).nes
Jordan vs Bird - One On One (USA).nes
Karate Champ (USA).nes
Karate Kid, The (USA).nes
Kid Kool and the Quest for the Seven Wonder Herbs (USA).nes
Last Action Hero (USA).nes
Little Red Hood (Australia) (Unl).nes
M.U.S.C.L.E. - Tag Team Match (USA).nes
Mario Is Missing! (USA).nes
Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu (USA) (Unl).nes
Menace Beach (USA) (Unl).nes
Metal Gear (USA).nes
Milon's Secret Castle (USA).nes
Muppet Adventure - Chaos at the Carnival (USA).nes
NARC (USA).nes
NFL (USA).nes
Nightmare on Elm Street, A (USA).nes
Paperboy (USA).nes
Paperboy 2 (USA).nes
Predator (USA).nes
Rambo (USA).nes
Renegade (USA).nes
Silent Service (USA).nes
Silver Surfer (USA).nes
Simpsons, The - Bart vs. the Space Mutants (USA).nes
Simpsons, The - Bart vs. the World (USA).nes
Simpsons, The - Bartman Meets Radioactive Man (USA).nes
Snake's Revenge (USA).nes
Spider-Man - Return of the Sinister Six (USA).nes
Stealth ATF (USA).nes
Super Pitfall (USA).nes
Superman (USA).nes
Swamp Thing (USA).nes
Taboo - The Sixth Sense (USA).nes
Tagin' Dragon (USA) (Unl).nes
Tatakae! Chou Robot Seimeitai Transformers - Convoy no Nazo (Japan).nes
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (USA).nes
Terminator 2 - Judgment Day (USA).nes
Terminator, The (USA, Europe).nes
Top Gun (USA).nes
Total Recall (USA).nes
Toxic Crusaders (USA).nes
Uncanny X-Men, The (USA).nes
Wall Street Kid (USA).nes
Wally Bear and the No! Gang (USA) (Unl).nes
Wayne Gretzky Hockey (USA).nes
Wayne's World (USA).nes
Where's Waldo (USA).nes
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (USA).nes
Win, Lose or Draw (USA).nes
Winter Games (USA).nes
Wolverine (USA).nes
Xenophobe (USA).nes
Yo! Noid (USA).nes


Castlevania II - Simon's Quest (USA).nes
Gargoyle's Quest II (USA).nes
Getsu Fuuma Den (Japan).nes [P]
Metroid (USA).nes
Nightshade (USA).nes
StarTropics (USA).nes
The Battle of Olympus (USA).nes
The Legend of Zelda (USA).nes
Wizards & Warriors III - Kuros...Visions of Power (USA).nes
Zoda's Revenge - StarTropics II (USA).nes


Arkanoid (USA).nes
Arkanoid II (Japan).nes
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (USA).nes
Balloon Fight (USA).nes
Cowboy Kid (USA).nes
Devil World (Japan).nes
Dig Dug (Japan).nes
Dig Dug II (Japan).nes
Dig Dug II - Trouble in Paradise (USA).nes
Elevator Action (USA).nes
Gauntlet (USA).nes
Gauntlet II (USA).nes
Iron Tank - The Invasion of Normandy (USA).nes
King Kong 2 - Ikari no Megaton Punch (Japan).nes [P]
North and South (USA).nes
Overlord (USA).nes
Pin Bot (USA).nes
Pinball Quest (USA).nes


Crystalis (USA).nes
Faxanadu (USA).nes
Jajamaru Gekimaden - Maboroshi no Kinmajou (Japan).nes [P]
Spelunker II - A Hero's Challenge.nes [P]
Zelda II - The Adventure of Link (USA).nes


2010 - Street Fighter (Japan).nes
Bad Dudes (USA).nes
Batman Returns (USA).nes
Battletoads (USA).nes
Battletoads-Double Dragon (USA).nes
Double Dragon (USA).nes
Double Dragon II - The Revenge (USA).nes
Ikari III - The Rescue (USA).nes
Mighty Final Fight (USA).nes
P.O.W. - Prisoners of War (USA).nes
River City Ransom (USA).nes
Rollergames (USA).nes
Street Fighter 2010 - The Final Fight (USA).nes
Target Renegade (USA).nes
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Tournament Fighters (USA).nes
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II - The Arcade Game (USA).nes
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III - The Manhattan Project (USA).nes

PLATFORMER: Akumajou Densetsu is not here because it doesn't work well with the NES. I'm going to have to buy a Famicom, which I believe is easier than modifying my NES.

Adventure Island 3 (USA).nes
Adventure Island II (USA).nes
Akumajou Dracula (Japan).nes
Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula-kun (Japan).nes [P]
Astyanax (USA).nes
Banana Prince (Germany).nes
Batman - Return of the Joker (USA).nes
Batman - The Video Game (USA).nes
Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa (Japan).nes [P]
Bionic Commando (USA).nes
Blaster Master (USA).nes
Bonk's Adventure (USA).nes
Bubble Bobble (USA).nes
Bubble Bobble Part 2 (USA).nes
Bucky O'Hare (USA).nes
Castlevania (USA).nes
Castlevania III - Dracula's Curse (USA).nes
Chip 'n Dale - Rescue Rangers (USA).nes
Chip 'n Dale - Rescue Rangers 2 (USA).nes
City Connection (USA).nes
Clash at Demonhead (USA).nes
Cocoron (Japan).nes
Crazy Climber (Japan).nes
Darkwing Duck (USA).nes
David Crane's A Boy and His Blob - Trouble on Blobolonia (USA).nes
Don Doko Don (Japan).nes
Don Doko Don 2 (Japan).nes
Donkey Kong (World) (Rev A).nes
Dr. Mario (Japan, USA).nes
Dragon Fighter (USA).nes
DuckTales (USA).nes
DuckTales 2 (USA).nes
Felix the Cat (USA).nes
Flintstones, The - The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy (USA).nes
Flintstones, The - The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! (USA).nes
G.I. Joe - A Real American Hero (USA).nes
G.I. Joe - The Atlantis Factor (USA).nes
Ghosts'n Goblins (USA).nes
Gimmick! (Japan).nes
Green Beret (Japan).fds
Gremlins 2 - The New Batch (USA).nes
Gyromite (World).nes
Hammerin' Harry (Europe).nes
Ice Climber (USA, Europe).nes
IronSword - Wizards & Warriors II (USA).nes
Jajamaru no Daibouken (Japan).nes [P]
Journey to Silius (USA).nes
Kabuki - Quantum Fighter (USA).nes
Karnov (USA).nes
Kick Master (USA).nes
Kid Icarus (USA, Europe).nes
Kirby's Adventure (USA).nes
Krion Conquest, The (USA).nes
Little Nemo - The Dream Master (USA).nes
Little Samson (USA).nes
Low G Man - The Low Gravity Man (USA).nes
Magician (USA).nes
Mega Man (USA).nes
Mega Man 2 (USA).nes
Mega Man 3 (USA).nes
Mega Man 4 (USA).nes
Mega Man 5 (USA).nes
Mega Man 6 (USA).nes
Metal Storm (USA).nes
Mighty Bomb Jack (USA).nes
Mitsume ga Tooru (Japan).nes [P]
Monster in My Pocket (USA).nes
Monster Party (USA).nes
Moon Crystal (Japan).nes [P]
Ninja Crusaders (USA).nes
Ninja Gaiden (USA).nes
Ninja Gaiden II - The Dark Sword of Chaos (USA).nes
Ninja Gaiden III - The Ancient Ship of Doom (USA).nes
Ninja Jajamaru - Ginga Daisakusen (Japan).nes [P]
Ninja Jajamaru-kun (Japan).nes [P]
Ninja-kun - Majou no Bouken (Japan).nes [P]
Panic Restaurant (USA).nes
Power Blade (USA).nes
Power Blade 2 (USA).nes
Rod Land (Europe).nes
Rush'n Attack (USA).nes
Rygar (USA).nes
Secret Ties (USA) (Proto).nes
Shadow of the Ninja (USA).nes
Shatterhand (USA).nes
Snow Brothers (USA).nes
Spelunker (USA).nes
Splatter House - Wanpaku Graffiti (Japan).nes [P]
Strider (USA).nes
Super Mario Bros. (World).nes
Super Mario Bros. 2 (USA).nes
Super Mario Bros. 3 (USA).nes
Super Mario Brothers (Japan).fds
Super Mario Brothers 2 (Japan).fds
Time Zone (Japan).nes
Tokkyuu Shirei Solbrain (Japan).nes [P] (This is the JP version of Shatterhand.)
Totally Rad (USA).nes
Trog! (USA).nes
Trojan (USA).nes
Trolls in Crazyland, The (Europe).nes
Ufouria - The Saga (Europe).nes
Vice - Project Doom (USA).nes
Wai Wai World (Japan).nes [P]
Wai Wai World 2 - SOS!! Paseri Jou (Japan).nes [P]
Whomp 'Em (USA).nes
Wizards & Warriors (USA).nes
Wrath of the Black Manta (USA).nes
Wurm - Journey to the Center of the Earth! (USA).nes
Xexyz (USA).nes
Youkai Club (Japan).nes [P]
Zen - Intergalactic Ninja (USA).nes

PUZZLE: I included Wrecking Crew here because it feels like a puzzle game to me.

Adventures of Lolo (USA).nes
Adventures of Lolo 2 (USA).nes
Adventures of Lolo 3 (USA).nes
Bomberman (USA).nes
Bomberman II (USA).nes
Boulder Dash (USA).nes
Egypt (Japan).nes [P]
Fire 'n Ice (USA).nes
Gorby no Pipeline Daisakusen (Japan).nes [P]
Hatris (USA).nes
Kickle Cubicle (USA).nes
Lemmings (USA).nes
Moai-kun (Japan).nes [P]
Nuts & Milk (Japan).nes
QIX (USA).nes
Solomon's Key (USA).nes
Solstice - The Quest for the Staff of Demnos (USA).nes
Tetris (USA).nes
Tetris 2 (USA).nes
Wario's Woods (USA).nes
Wrecking Crew (World).nes


Bump'n'Jump (USA).nes
Galaxy 5000 (USA).nes
R.C. Pro-Am (USA).nes

ROLE-PLAYING: This is very limited for a reason. Time.

Jesus - Tale of the Dreadful Bio Monster (Japan).nes [P]
Legend of the Ghost Lion (USA).nes
Sweet Home (Japan).nes [P]


1942 (Japan, USA).nes
1943 - The Battle of Midway (USA).nes
Abadox - The Deadly Inner War (USA).nes
Alpha Mission (USA).nes
Battle City (Japan).nes
BreakThru (USA).nes
Burai Fighter (USA).nes
Captain Skyhawk (USA).nes
Chuuka Taisen (Japan).nes
Code Name - Viper (USA).nes
Contra (Japan).nes
Contra (USA).nes
Crisis Force (Japan).nes [P]
Dragon Spirit - The New Legend (USA).nes
Gradius (USA).nes
Gradius II (Japan).nes
Guardian Legend, The (USA).nes
Guerrilla War (USA).nes
Gun Nac (USA).nes
Gun.Smoke (USA).nes
Heavy Barrel (USA).nes
Huge Insect (Asia) (Unl).nes
Ikari Warriors II - Victory Road (USA).nes
Insector X (Japan).nes [P]
Jackal (USA).nes
King's Knight (USA).nes
Legendary Wings (USA).nes
Life Force (USA).nes
Over Horizon (Europe).nes
Parodius Da! (Japan).nes
Raid on Bungeling Bay (USA).nes
Rescue - The Embassy Mission (USA).nes
S.C.A.T. - Special Cybernetic Attack Team (USA).nes
Section-Z (USA).nes
Silkworm (USA).nes
Sky Kid (USA).nes
Sqoon (USA).nes
Star Soldier (USA).nes
Stinger (USA).nes
Super C (USA).nes
Super Contra (Japan).nes
Thexder (Japan).nes
Tiger-Heli (USA).nes
Twin Cobra (USA).nes
Twin Eagle (USA).nes
TwinBee 3 - Poko Poko Daimaou (Japan).nes [P]


Ice Hockey (USA).nes
Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! (Japan, USA).nes
Pro Wrestling (USA).nes
Super Spike V'Ball (USA).nes
Track & Field (USA).nes
U.S. Championship V'Ball (Japan).nes

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