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here is a little guess by me, about the games of this plug and play console.
i picked out 10 games out of the Taikee Micro Arcade Machine, that could match perfectly, because:
-The Soccer games, Such as: Penalty Shootout and Table Soccer Belong to the World Soccer TV Game
-The 16 Bit Hacks of Nes Games belong to the MiWi BS-9800A/B/C series
-And my Favourite: the Zuma game, that got replaced:(infos: http://bootleg.games/BGC_Forum/index.php?topic=2644.0 )

these games in the Attachment Photo do not belong to any other game consoles i know, so these 10 Games are the games, that might be on this rare plug and play.
but if not, then write down, to what console these games then belong.
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Pirate Talk / Re: Imaginary Pirates
« Last post by guyzis on October 13, 2019, 06:04:03 PM »
I've once had a dream about some Dodgeball Pokémon game for Mega Drive, dunno about it.
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Pirate Talk / Re: Unlicensed Nightmare Fuel
« Last post by guyzis on October 13, 2019, 06:02:45 PM »
It's been 2 years since the JY Company logo gives me the creeps, eugh.
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Discussion Center / Re: How did you find PGC?
« Last post by guyzis on October 13, 2019, 06:01:42 PM »
I found it by searching on google. Solves all!
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Other Pirates / Re: Waixing's /apk/ directory
« Last post by guyzis on October 13, 2019, 05:59:52 PM »
You answered your own question: according to the wiki, Waixing is still active.
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Other Pirates / Waixing's /apk/ directory
« Last post by Mitchykins on October 13, 2019, 01:01:21 AM »
Wasn't exactly sure where to put this, was going to put this in NES forum, but I figured there's more to this than just the (mostly bad) dumps of NES games
http://www.waixing.com/apk/
It seems like a lot of android stuff is uploaded up on their server just ready for anyone to take. Oh yeah, and of course roms for consoles such as NES, SNES, Genesis, N64 and even some neo geo stuff.
Hauntingly, it seems like everything was last modified around 2016 which sort of coincides with Waixing's last news post, so who knows what Waixing is up to now or if they're still in business
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Discussion Center / Re: How did you find PGC?
« Last post by Mitchykins on October 13, 2019, 12:48:03 AM »
Been around since the RX community days, and now with nothing really better to do, I figure I should probably post on here and the discord more.
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Pirate Talk / Re: Unlicensed Nightmare Fuel
« Last post by Mitchykins on October 13, 2019, 12:37:32 AM »
Kinda hate to bump an ancient thread, but I was discussing something similar on discord about the the spookiness scariness of Waixing and Mars games, there's just something about their craft that has the creeps. Just about the majority of their games have pretty bad music that has stuck in my head and kept me up the last few nights, and I could go on forever about them, but I think I'd be better off just listing some select examples.
Super Contra 7 is definitely known for it's pretty bad music, but there's just something scary about all the boss music in that game, especially the weird carousal robot boss's music, all the boss music definitely has that old sci-fi horror movie vibe to it which is a vibrant contrast to Contra's usual rather upbeat rock tunes. Sci-fi horror soundtrack arranged through NES's soundchip is definitely haunting and unnerving, in fact I'd probably have to admit many of the boss designs and even some of the jagged animations give me the creeps.
Pokemon Gold for NES also generally has some pretty creepy tunes, the title track, while based off an old piano composition; just sounds haunting and cursed, even if it's not really intended to be creepy. Then of course there's the battle theme which feels more in place in a horror game than a pokemon game.
Then of course is Darkseed, the original game is spooky enough and gave me nightmares a good decade ago when I discovered it on youtube, but the NES bootleg definitely has it's share of scariness to it, there's the one song in the game that definitely gives a creepy and mysterious vibe, and then of course there's the creepiness of the graphics and their attempt to recapture the source material, looking creepy at the same time.

I could probably go on about more things in other Waixing/Mars/pre-Waixing games that give me the creeps like badly digitized sprites, uncannily creepy animations, etc, but I'd probably end up repeating myself quite a bit, and many might just sound lame.
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Pirate Talk / Re: Imaginary Pirates
« Last post by Mitchykins on October 13, 2019, 12:17:26 AM »
I think I've had dreams of a portal RPG by SNT once or twice back around 2009-2010
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Game Boy / Re: Translation help for Stone age numen born
« Last post by ElkFish on October 12, 2019, 02:36:05 PM »
I've heard there are some auto translating emulators in development. Alternatively you could use the handwrite option in google translate to translate your text.
(玛丽娜:要见壳恢复光亮,一定要阿布洞里的神圣之水。嗯!Marina: To see the shell return to light, be sure to sacred water in Abu Cave. Ok!)
 Neither of these would give you perfect translations, but they would at the very least give you some idea of what is going on in the game. To my knowledge Stone Age is based on an old PC game so maybe you could look into whether or not that had an English release. I also once saw a screenshot of a Sintax version of this game and I know they translated a lot of their games, but I don't think much has surafced about any release of that game. I'll include a picture of the Sintax box, but I don't remember where I downloaded it.
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