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Love Plus, the Famicom cartridge and FDS disk … the Christmas ornaments. I believe these were made to put on the tree at the Konamistyle store, which is currently celebrating “Merry Plusmas” with displays and, of course, tons of Love Plus stuff to sell.

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Ending screen from All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros., the limited edition, prize-only version of Super Mario Bros., with its sprites based on personalities from a Japanese radio show. This looks a lot more interesting than the Princess thanking you and sending you on another quest.
ANNSMB also offers a different ending message (taken from SMB Lost Levels, as our commentors point out):

"Peace is pavedWith kingdom savedHurrah to MarioOur only heroThis ends your tripOf a long friendship”

See also: FDS disk of All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.
[Via Fuck Yeah Famicom, Back of the Cereal Box]

Ending screen from All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros., the limited edition, prize-only version of Super Mario Bros., with its sprites based on personalities from a Japanese radio show. This looks a lot more interesting than the Princess thanking you and sending you on another quest.

ANNSMB also offers a different ending message (taken from SMB Lost Levels, as our commentors point out):

"Peace is paved
With kingdom saved
Hurrah to Mario
Our only hero
This ends your trip
Of a long friendship”

See also: FDS disk of All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.

[Via Fuck Yeah Famicom, Back of the Cereal Box]

Cover for the pirated Famicom Disk edition of Tetris, another gem from Caveman Bowl’s collection of bootleg FDS games. Tetris aficionados will recognize that while the Famicom/NES received two versions of the famous puzzler from Tengen and Nintendo, there’s no record of any commercial Tetris release for Famicom Disk.
Caveman Bowl says this plays like Nintendo’s Tetris except with extra block shapes (e.g. pieces that look like the letter U). Though it’s not as swank as the Famicom game’s box, I really like this bootleg’s cover with its tetriminos spilling out the screen and the Tetris poster in the top right corner.
Import: Famicom Disk Games
See also: Bootleg Famicom Disk game: Turbo Dick

Cover for the pirated Famicom Disk edition of Tetris, another gem from Caveman Bowl’s collection of bootleg FDS games. Tetris aficionados will recognize that while the Famicom/NES received two versions of the famous puzzler from Tengen and Nintendo, there’s no record of any commercial Tetris release for Famicom Disk.

Caveman Bowl says this plays like Nintendo’s Tetris except with extra block shapes (e.g. pieces that look like the letter U). Though it’s not as swank as the Famicom game’s box, I really like this bootleg’s cover with its tetriminos spilling out the screen and the Tetris poster in the top right corner.

Import: Famicom Disk Games

See also: Bootleg Famicom Disk game: Turbo Dick

Bootleg Famicom Disk game: Turbo Dick. This is just one of several disks in Caveman Bowl’s rad collection of pirated Famicom Disk System titles. He says the actual game “doesn’t reflect the label”, which is a shame.
I told JC he should track this down, run it on his Twin Fami, and record footage, but he explained his system has trouble loading disks: “If I tried to play Turbo Dick in my Twin Famicom, I’d just suffer from erectile dysfunction.”
Import: Famicom Disk Games
See also: Secrets of Famicom Disk System startup music
[Via Fuck Yeah Famicom]

Bootleg Famicom Disk game: Turbo Dick. This is just one of several disks in Caveman Bowl’s rad collection of pirated Famicom Disk System titles. He says the actual game “doesn’t reflect the label”, which is a shame.

I told JC he should track this down, run it on his Twin Fami, and record footage, but he explained his system has trouble loading disks: “If I tried to play Turbo Dick in my Twin Famicom, I’d just suffer from erectile dysfunction.”

Import: Famicom Disk Games

See also: Secrets of Famicom Disk System startup music

[Via Fuck Yeah Famicom]