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  1. Hello, All! Going to use this thread for news, support, and feature requests for iNES, my NES and Famicom emulator. The free Windows and Linux versions of iNES can be found here: http://fms.komkon.org/iNES/ The Android version is available from the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fms.ines If you have any questions about NES hardware or the .NES file format, general information can be found here: http://fms.komkon.org/EMUL8/NES.html If you have not used iNES in the past, do give it a try. If you are an iNES user and have questions or suggestions, please, post them to this thread. Marat
  2. Hello everyone, I thought I should show my small collection, since I am fairly new to this website. As of today, I have four Atari 2600's manufactured under Atari itself (no Sears products, except for the Tele-games game center), the original famicom and super famicom, the original SNES, an original NES, and four old computers (Macintosh SE, Commodore VIC-20, and an Apple IIE). It seems that I have more hardware than software, which is a shame.
  3. Watch me eat double hot spicy chicken ramen and try not to die while I play Famicom games and a vintage Pac-Man LED!
  4. Hello there! Please take a look at my stuff. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. If you need more information or more pics, please, e-mail me before you buy. Thanks for watching. Regards, Alex. 1. Very rare "Dendy Junior II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - RF unit (acceptable oxodized condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $250 $230 $200, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 2. Very rare "Subor SB-225" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in China in 90's by "Subor". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges. PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes (Full ultimate bundle): - original box (used condition, please see pics); - original foam (good used condition, please see pics); - console with two gamepads (very good condition, please see pics); - light gun (good condition); - game cartridge (good condition); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $400 $350 $320, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 3. Very rare "Dendy Classic II (2)" 8-bit console Famicom compatible by famous russian company "Steepler". Made in Taiwan in 90's by "TXC Corporation". The console has been tested and works with all Famicom and Famicom compatible cartridges, BUT GAMEPADS DON'T WORK (board replacement required). PLEASE NOTE! PAL region console (50Hz, Input AC 220V, Output DC 9V 850mA!). This lot includes: - NO CARDBOARD COVER! - original foam (cracked, please see pics); - console (very good condition, please see pics); - two gamepads (PLEASE NOTE! GAMEPADS DON'T WORK! Board replacement required); - RF unit (good condition); - RF cable; - AC power adaptor (PLEASE NOTE! INPUT AC 220V, OUTPUT DC 9V 850mA!); - manual/instruction and warranty card. Price: $450 $400, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 4. Brand new & factory sealed "Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Nintendo Classic Mini)" console in European PAL design. First 2017 revision. Price: $200 $190 $180, including international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. 5. Brand new & factory sealed PS Vita games & memory cards. European versions, including for Russia. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed - $45 $40; - Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate - $60 $55; - Resistance: Burning Skies - $65 $60; - Wipeout 2048 - $65 $60; - Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time - $55 $50; - The Jak & Daxter Trilogy - $60 $55; - Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition - $55 $50; - Invizimals: The Alliance - $30 $25; - LittleBigPlanet - $45 $40; - Rayman Origins - $40 $35; - Lego Legends of Chima: Laval's Journey - $40 $35; - Lego The Lord of the Rings - $40 $35; - Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - $70 $65; - Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - $65 $60; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $25 $20; - Memory Card for PlayStation Vita 4GB - $40 $35. 6. 8-bit Famicom compatable BIG TV GAME cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 16 (4?) in 1 - $30; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $30; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - Super Hik 23 (6?) in 1 - $35; - 96 (7?) in 1 - $25; - 1000 (8?) in 1 - $30; - 1500 (15?) in 1 - $30; - 9999999 (7?) in 1 - $30; - 2 in 1: Joe & Mac, Sonic Prince (Banana Prince hack) - $35; - 2 in 1: Adventure Island, Mickey Mouse - $35; - 2 in 1: Prince Of Persia, The Little Mermaid - $25; - 2 in 1: Batman, Kickmaster - $35; - 3 in 1: Battletoads, NBA, X-Men - $40; - 3 in 1: Battletoads & Double Dragon, X-Men, Metal Gear - $45; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Samurai Pizza Cats, Darkwing Duck, Tiny Toon Adventures - $40; - Super Hik 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, TMNT 1, Red Pig (TaleSpin hack), Yo! Noid - $35; - 4 in 1: Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Darkwing Duck, Samurai Pizza Cats, Tiny Toon Adventures - $25; - 4 in 1: Darkwing Duck, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2, Tom & Jerry & Tuffy, The Ren & Stimpy Show - $25; - 4 in 1: TMNT Tournament Fighters, NY Nyankies, Darkwing Duck, The Young Indiana Jones - $35; - Super Hik 6 in 1: Contra, 1944, The Little Mermaid, DuckTales 2, Super Contra, 1943 - $45; - Castle Of Dragon - $25; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers - $40; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $40; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) - $40; - Darkman - $35; - DuckTales - $35; - Elevator Action - $35; - RocoCop 3 - $45; - Samurai Pizza Cats - $30; - Street Fighter VI 16 Peoples (Bootleg fighting game) - $40; - Strider - SOLD; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $50; - The Little Mermaid - $35; - TMNT - $40; - Warpman - $20; 7. 8-bit Famicom compatable game cartridges. All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - 7 in 1 - $20 $15 - 12 (4?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 21 (4?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $30 $25; - 35 (5?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 58 (6?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 64 (5?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 150 (8?) in 1 - $35 $30; - Super Hik 300 (5?) in 1 - $35 $30; - 300 (7?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 500 (6?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 600 (8?) in 1 - $20 $15; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $25 $20; - 999 (4?) in 1 - $20 $17; - 9999 (5?) in 1 (From Lifa Famiclone bundle) - $35 $30; - 9999 (5?) in 1 - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: The New Ghostbusters 2 & Felix Vs. Jerry (Tiny Toon hack) - $40 $35; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castlevania (Broken board holders, without the ability to save - no battery) - $40 $35; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Prince Of Persia - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Trojan - $35 $30; - 2 in 1: Blades Of Steel & Castle Of Dragon - $35 $30; - Chip 'n Dale 3 (Heavy Barrel hack) & The New Ghostbusters 2 - SOLD; - The Addams Family & Panic Restaurant (Japan version) - $55 $50; - 4 in 1: Hogan's Alley, Macross, Wild Gunman & Duck Hunt - $35 $25; - 7 in 1: Street Fighter 2010, Alien 3, Contra Force, Moster In My Pocket (Batman & Flash sprites), TMNT Tournament Fighters, Captain America and the Avengers, Joe & Mac - $50 $45; - 1945 (Sky Shark hack) - SOLD; - Aladdin (SNES hack) - $40 $35; - American Gladiators - $25 $20; - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - $35 $30; - Barbie - $25 $20; - Batman - $30 $25; - Captain America and the Avengers - $25 $20; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (japanese version) - $35 $30; - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - $40 $35; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $40 $35; - Contra 4 in 1 (with the ability to choose weapons) - $25 $20; - Contra 6 (Contra Force) - $45 $40; - Digger T. Rock - $30 $25; - The Fantastic Adventures Of Dizzy - SOLD; - DJ Boy (Roller Games hack) - $25 $20; - Disneyland Adventures 2 (Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi: Crazy Land Daisakusen) - $40 $35; - Double Dragon 2 - $25 $20; - Double Dragon 2 - $20 $15; - Double Dragon 3 - $15 $10; - Bram Stoker's Dracula - $40 $35; - F1 Hero 2 - $20 $15; - Godzilla - $30 $20; - Great Tank - $25 $20; - Home Alone 2 - $25 $20; - James Bond Jr. - $30 $25; - Jungle Book - $25 $20; - Nekketsu Kakuto Densetsu - $25 $20; - New Ghostbusters 2 - $30 $25; - Ninja Gaiden 3 (japanese version) - $40 $35; - NY Nyankies - $30 $25; - Prince Of Persia - $40 $35; - RoboCop - $25 $20; - Spartan X 2 - SOLD; - Tecmo World Cup Soccer - $25 $20; - The Flintstones The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak! - $60 $55; - Tiny Toon 4 (?) - $25 $20; - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project (broken board holders) - $40 $35; - Tom & Jerry and Tuffy - $25 $20; - Top Gun 2 - $25 $20; - Werewolf - $30 $25; - World Games (broken board holders) - $15 $10; 7. Rare brand new PC games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Imperishable Night - $40 $35; - Phantasmagoria Of Flower View - $40 $35; - Subterranean Animism - $40 $35; - The Embodiment Of Scarlet Devil - $40 $35. 8. Rare brand new & sealed Sega Dreamcast region free games (shmup's). All prices are inclusive of international (WORLDWIDE) shipping with tracking. Payment via PayPal. - Dux Version 1.5 - $75 $70; - Fst Striker - $90 $85; - Last Hope: Pink Bullets - $90 $85; - Sturmwind - $75 $70.
  5. Everything was moved to eBay and SOLD
  6. And no it's not the smallest Mario I've ever seen!
  7. This is my modified sharp twin famicom. I added the following: True RGB with no jailbars or video interference. Using a rgb ppu chip from an arcade unit. True S-video with no jailbars or video interference. A N64 multi av port. Removed the low pass filter to remove audio muffle on the default audio circuit. A switch on the back to switch between the default audio circuit and the f-labo kit audio circuit. The expansion connector has been replaced with a standard connector so it's easy for me to wire up custom expansion hardware. Original expansion hardware still works fine with the new port. I soldered in nes controller ports so I can use any standard nes controller on this system. Demonstration video:
  8. I am selling some of the duplicate Famicom carts I have. These have all been cleaned, tested, and working. Very nice collection of games in good condition! http://ebay.to/2m12sXT
  9. I picked up a worn out Famicom while in Japan and wasn't surprised to discover it has some issues. The first thing I noticed was a horrible buzzing sound that drowned out most game audio. I managed to fix this by cleaning the microphone slider contacts on the P2 controller. The issue I'm trying to fix now is remarkably poor video quality from the RF output. I know RF isn't going to give me the best picture, but there seems to be some uncharacteristic horizontal distortion over the whole image that I'm not getting with my NES toaster's RF output. I've tested both a third party and an official NES RF switch with the same results (the original Famicom RF switch that came with the system doesn't work at all). I've opened the Famicom and cleaned the board to the best of my ability. I haven't yet opened the internal RF component box, though. Without attempting an AV mod, what's my next best move for improving video quality?
  10. Just wondering, those famiclone controllers come in many sizes, shapes and configurations. A few of them are very comfortable as they mimic a Playstation controller. Would there be any way to convert their Sega Genesis style plugs to use them in a real NES or Famicom console?
  11. Hello AA, I need to make some room and get rid of some of my lower on the totem pole consoles. These have served me well and need to find loving homes. Shipping within the US only. First is a composite modded Nintendo Famicom. The composite comes out of a 3.5mm jack that is placed where the RF output was, making it look near stock. I also have the Japanese equivalent of the NES advantage along with a bundle of loose carts. SOLD Scroll down for two CIB Intellivision homebrew carts and S-video Genesis 3, both available.
  12. I've been collecting a bunch of different Famiclones recently, but this one in the shape of an XBOX might be my current favorite! lol Spoiler alert! It's crap. But really I think I collect them just because they "exist" and not really because they are anything I intend to use on a regular basis. They are just funny to me!
  13. Nintendo collectors may not realize that collecting Japanese Famicom games can be a cheaper option AND get you some games that we never got! Game Collector John Riggs shows us some fun & cheap Famicom games for Nintendo fans! Games Shown: Akumajo Special: Boku Dracula-kun Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti New Ghostbusters II Parodius Da! Star Wars Joy Mech Fight Kid Niki 2 Samurai Pizza Cats Holy Diver Wai Wai World 2: SOS!! What other Famicom games would you recommend to a non-Japanese speaker like me?
  14. Well, this little beauty (link) hit dx.com today, and I found myself unable to take my wallet out fast enough for my liking. The Hamy has 76 built in games, seems to take famicom carts, A/V out, and costs $24 shipped--what's not to like? This is perfect for playing all those clone carts I picked up and had to play via adapter in my fc-mobile ii (since they won't play right on real nes hardware, only clones). I've also got more than a few legit FC carts around. I just thought I'd drop a quick topic here in case anybody else is so inclined to take a $24 gamble. Will also post some quick impressions when it arrives (in like a month). edit: looks like there is also another version of hamy--that example is a defective unit on ebay, and on top of it, it looks a lot worse to play. (not to mention costing more)
  15. ** UPDATE ** I DON'T HAVE ANY MORE "NTDE" BRAND CONVERTERS; BUT I MIGHT HAVE OTHER USED ONES AVAILABLE IN GENERIC BRANDS, SO JUST PING ME IN ANY CASE! THANK YOU! --------------------------------- Hi! I have some FAMICOM to NES converters for sale. (I might be getting more) They are in great condition, they look almost unused - contacts are sharp and bright. Tested in NTSC NES and famiclone - working fine. They show a little bit of storage wear. Brand is NTDE so it's not a very "cheap" item. They come boxed. Box has wear and might have some torn parts. Price for each converter is $26.99 USD. Shipping costs are $5 USD to USA and $7 USD rest of the world with the exception of Australia, Japan, Russia which is $9 USD. Item ships from Mexico - You're dealing with a honest Gamer, so don't worry. Payment is through paypal. PM me for details if interested. Thank you!!
  16. Does anyone offer a service for A/V modding a Famicom? All I'm finding in Google are consoles for sale that have already been nodded or kits for doing the mod yourself, and that's something I don't trust myself to do.
  17. Which Nintendo-based version of Fantasy Zone do you prefer? After going sorta TwinBee-crazy recently, I finally got around to picking up a copy of the Sunsoft cart that was released in Japan. It's interesting to compare it to the Tengen version we got in the US. My heart remains true to TwinBee (and Parodius) as far as "cute 'em ups" go. And I know the SMS version of FZ gets the most love, but if you've played both, which of the NES/Famicom Fantasy Zone ports do you most enjoy? Why's that?
  18. I've got both a Duck Hunt and Gyromite with the "secret hidden Famicom-to-NES converters". I've somewhat accidentally built up a small collection of Famicom carts, and need a converter to play 'em on. So one of my converter carts is going to get the chop. Which one? Famicom games in their plastic carts won't quite fit on the adapter, so it will need some modding. I'll be shaping down some of the plastic on the converter, and slicing the cart itself in half to use as a housing for the adapter board. (much like one person did about halfway down this page: http://vgcollect.com/forum/index.php?topic=923.0 ) But which one do I chop? Is the Duck Hunt with converter any rarer than the Gyromite? Or maybe the other way around? I figure it doesn't matter much. But I also figured it would be worth asking some experts before I put a saw to a somewhat-uncommon artifact.
  19. For higher res versions of the photos: http://imgur.com/gallery/uld3G Here sits four boxes of games, which actually contained a few more than 301 games, but I wasn't counting the duplicates. Short version of the story - While I had a US Nintendo NES since the day it was released, I started working in the video games business for US offices of Japanese game publishers and we had a lot of Japanese Nintendo hardware in the office. I loved this stuff and always wanted to get back into it. So I did! I love getting boxes from Japan. I don't know why, but getting Japanese stuff from the homeland just makes it all seem more "legit" for some reason. It also could be because it's my favorite place on earth so receiving something from there makes me miss it more. I have to say all the games were packed VERY well! Huge thanks to several eBay stores I bought from including pal52, hit-japan, & terryyu27 Let's unpack, shall we? This guy even threw in a couple of bonus carts! They'll most certainly get some positive feedback from me! AND they included the alcohol wipes as well! Another awesome bonus! Ahh, nothing makes my day more than boxes full of classic, awesome, retro, Japanese video games!!! So a couple of things to note: Famicom carts come in all different colors and sizes. Most of them follow a uniform casing, but not all of them. Most them also DO NOT have end labels on the top spine, which is REALLY ANNOYING and I'll probably have to put some sort of labels on them because it makes them nearly impossible to organize. So for this exercise I'll sort the best I can. First off, I will sort by "carts with end labels" and I'll also sort them again by publisher. So for example here we have Namcot, Konami, Bandai, etc... Once I've exhausted carts with end labels then I'll sort by cart color. Sorting by color helped me find duplicates easier. There were a few exceptions that I made. For example, Taito carts did not have an end label, but they had a slightly different shell. So I included them with the black colored carts, but put them in their own category. Here's the rest of the black carts. Next we move on to more colorful carts! Because stuff in Japan is happy, fun, and full of color! (I'm not complaining! I love this!) Here's a closer look at white and red carts. I tried as hard as I could to group colors and gradients of color together, but it wasn't always easy. But really this helped a *LOT* sorting out the duplicate carts I had (which was only about 20) The blue carts seemed to have the most amount of gradients and were more difficult than any other color to separate. There were colors that were close to gray, green, purple, etc. I'll probably re-organize these again at some point anyway. The rest of the carts with the weird "poop colored" ones at the end! lol I also separated out any "Famiclone" carts as best I could. (If anyone notices clones in the rest of the lot, please let me know. I'm not up to expert level yet on identifying the harder to spot clones.) I also separated out the "oversized" carts. This just made it easier once again to spot duplicates and since all the other carts were *about* the same size, everything just looked more uniform by putting these on their own. So there you have it! My tubs of carts! I love them! They really flash me back to my early days of when I was in the video games biz (you can look me up on Moby Games!) Here's Tub #1 And Tub #2 - I'm pretty sure it won't be long now until I start Tub #3! Now it's time to start playing! Might as well start, like any good story, at the beginning! I'm curious to know how other people sort their Famicom carts? By company? By color? By alphabetical? Release date? Etc. Thanks for reading and please be sure to leave comments and feedback! EDIT! Here is an update that adds another 75ish carts to the collection! For higher res photos: http://imgur.com/gallery/3irE0 So I almost should have waited a day before posting the "Unboxing 301 Famicom carts" as I got another box in today! This one contained about 75 more carts. Like with the previous lot, I started to go through them and check to see if there were any duplicates in the mix. Thankfully only a handful of duplicates from the carts I already had and the ones that were dupes actually had better labels! So win-win there! Once again I sort of organized them by color so it was easier for me to find those dupes. Here's a closer look at the carts organized by color... Gotta love that colorful Japanese goodness! These really are some of my favorite carts ever made! In this lot I also picked up a few of the NAMCOT games in boxes. I love this packaging! Here's a look at Metro-Cross which was never released for the NES in the US. (And it's such a fun game!!!) And the backside of Metro-Cross... And the inside! If you've never played this game with either an NES or MAME emulator, check it out. It's super fun! This one cost me a bit more money but it was worth it. Since I worked on the US version of Gun-Nac and I have had it in my collection since I was handed a copy right out of the cartons we had at ASCII, I figured having it's Japanese counter part would be nice to have in my collection as well! Thanks for reading!
  20. How do you remove the Twin Famicom AN-505 low pass filter without causing the 2C33 audio to become extremely loud?
  21. Hi, I've made the decision to thin out my console collection and move over to emulation. US buyers only. Here is what's up for sale first (shipping from 27707 is included): AV Famicom. Comes with a new PSU, original AV cable, and a Japanese (short wire) dogbone controller. Asking $120. No games are included.
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