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Wonderful Wide Web / Re: J2ME Preservation blog
« on: December 09, 2018, 03:10:43 AM »
This is a neat project. do you take requests for games? there are some i've been trying to track down for a while, mainly Pac-Man SP (

Famicom/NES dumps / Re: I'm new, but I have a dump : Thumps Up 200 in 1
« on: December 09, 2018, 02:50:58 AM »
I don't know anything about dumping, but I believe the 200-in-1 already has a working dump here (1st post):

unless you meant the 240-in-1 model, which is a new, unemulated type of famiclone (it has 32-bits iirc, so pretty advanced by famicom standards). in that case the rom may be good, but there's no way to emulate it as of now

Famicom/NES / Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
« on: November 06, 2018, 06:05:47 PM »
Interesting post from Frank Cifaldi today:

guess we found out the mystery of where River Jump came from. seemingly Meccano and Goal Keeper as well, but there they actually bothered to change the graphics to not be of Elmo. i highly doubt anyone's dumping that thing but it's good to keep note of

Famicom/NES / Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
« on: October 22, 2018, 03:53:02 PM »
I will gladly continue the project, though I will probably choose more conventional folder names.
That would be great if you could, but only if you're up for it. you're free to do whatever you want with the foldernames, i was planning on changing them anyway. i can try to update my first post with your contributions to the project (obviously i'd have to actually get logged into that account first)

as a side note, does anyone know if the original bootleg game forum's posts can still be edited? if there is another update, it would be annoying for the original website to have year-old download links, especially since that one still gets more traction from what i can tell.

Famicom/NES / Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
« on: October 18, 2018, 02:47:44 AM »
Not everything was lost, because I uploaded many of your ripped hacks to my hack collection, so they can be downloaded from there.

I still have the roms i released publicly, i'm referring to all the stuff i had ripped and never posted. i believe there were about 60 total that were lost (although about 1/3 were just Nice Code copyright variations). Thank you though

Famicom/NES / Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
« on: October 14, 2018, 06:09:45 PM »
forgotusername here, for some reason on a completely different account because this is what the email verification sent me...

i was reminded of this thread because A. those goddamn idiots developers from atgames tricked me into buying a famiclone (that was ADVERTISED as having ARCADE games), and B. i watched someone play the all-time classic Animal Contest for four hours:

if its not clear already this project is pretty much hard drive broke, with all of the remaining plug 'n play roms stored on it. i didn't back them up anywhere else, as i had already fully compiled the next update. so i no longer have access to the already extracted games, the multicarts, all of the hex-editing and graphics tools, and whatever else this project required.

there are places that can remove select files from busted hard drives, but i somehow doubt .nes files are something they can get back (its all basic stuff like photos and documents from what i can tell). either way, this project is effectively finished in its current state. maybe sometime in the future there will be another update, but i can't even log into my mediafire account at this point so who knows. for now, this is goodbye. HEN & SONS will always love you...

(oh, and sorry if this is someone else's account i hijacked. i swear its what i was sent by email. i blame taizou for this)

2000-present / Colosoftware games (prototypes?)
« on: April 01, 2017, 11:34:26 AM »
Found the video:

Don't know why I didn't think of licensed P&P being a possibility. And that's the worst accidental claim I've made in a while.

If "Game Star" is the original developer of these ports though, I think it came after Nintendo saw some of their other systems. I have one under that brand ("Fun Educator", a keyboard Famiclone) with a handful of standard NES titles on it (Mario 1, Mappy, etc.).

And upon closer inspection, looking at the controllers, manuals and whatnot, it looks like both of my systems are from the same manufacturer, except the Super Video Game is unbranded. So it all kind of comes full circle.

2000-present / Colosoftware games (prototypes?)
« on: March 31, 2017, 01:34:44 PM »
A while back I got a plug 'n play simply titled the Super Video Game. I never used it much because the thing gets burning hot after, like, 30 minutes of being plugged in. It has mostly hacked games on it, like Super Shrek Bros. among some others. But three of the games are these weird ports of Commodore 64 games. They changed the names slightly, so I didn't realize it until just now. The (presumably) copyright screens are replaced with "Push Start to Play", so I couldn't see the company name either.

The games are:

*Hunter: Actually Ice Hunter. You have to roll a snowball to the edge of the river, so you can float across and escape.
*Magician: Actually Magic Madness. Shoot the stuff, whoopee.
*Shoot the Goof: Couldn't find a C64 counterpart to this; just a poor lightgun game.

The originals, at least, are from a company called Colosoftware. There's barely any info on them other than that they made these two games, along with a complete ripoff of Q-Bert called "R-Nest" (I'm not kidding), and [edited by taizou, see below]. Seems like a fantastic company, huh?

I'm guessing these are prototypes of some kind. I don't see why pirates would rip off these of all games. Does anyone have more information on these? Pictures whenever this website actually decides to let me upload them.

Famicom/NES dumps / Waixing's downloadable NES games
« on: March 22, 2017, 09:16:43 PM »

These are extracted .wxn games from a Lexibook 200 in 1 system (5 NES and 2 Onebus). I put the downloadable games from here on it and they work fine. Some of the games themselves are weird, upgraded variations of the originals and whatnot (Pokemon Red, for example, has actual Pokemon in it instead of fake ones). And the reason barely any of them work is because 99 percent of them are Onebus-based (sometimes by like, one extra shade). Anyways, enjoy your trash.

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