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Old 17 September 2006, 00:21   #1
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Finally.....I put it working

I ask my dad to check what my TV console has,since it didn't work in 2003 (had problems to use the games and so it on) then I conect to my TV

Games I work with

TV console and control remote

Just a shot for cheking the things

.....and the,I pick the "Jewlery" game

Preety cool,huh? I dunno which model is this console I got on Xmas 1996 (check the "Before And After" topic) and now it works good
I'm very happy now!
P.S.-Sorry if the shots are big. I try to resize theme....but it didn't work so well....very sorry
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Old 17 September 2006, 00:56   #2
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It looks Japanese...

I've sent the link of this thread to my "Japanese console expert" friend

Get back to you when I get an answer...
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Old 17 September 2006, 01:01   #3
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You have a console that plays Nintendo Famicom games.
The cartridges you have are full of pirated game images and are commonly found on such things as Megajoy and Powerjoy (999 in 1) plug and play handhelds.
You can actually play real Famicom carts on these things.
Well worth buying as it usually comes with Gradius or Track & Field.
Happy gaming matey.
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I remember seen one before... it is a NES clone...
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You have a console that plays Nintendo Famicom games.
The cartridges you have are full of pirated game images and are commonly found on such things as Megajoy and Powerjoy (999 in 1) plug and play handhelds.
You can actually play real Famicom carts on these things.
Well worth buying as it usually comes with Gradius or Track & Field.
Happy gaming matey.
I had a friend with a NES in black version with 2001 games in 1 cartidge. Some of theme are Super Marios Bros. and Tetris versions. I have 2 Mario versions. One of theme is incredible fast when plays (even the music)

Werid...
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Old 17 September 2006, 02:09   #6
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Ok, heard back from my friend. Here's his response

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Its a famiclone, a clone of the original famicom. There are at least 300-400 different clones out there. Good site for piccies

http://hawanja.com/famiclones.htm
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Old 17 September 2006, 04:16   #7
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Those NES clones are all over the "parrallel import malls" down here.

The funniest one I've seen is the "Polystation", it's incredibly dinky and looks like a Playstation, except it has a cartridge slot for NES games under the CD-lid.

The box it comes in has all the text and graphics from the original PSX box, except all references to Sony has been removed and Playstation replaced with Polystation: http://www.nesplayer.com/pirates/polystation.htm

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I saw once in some kind of Chinese Shop a Game Boy (made from the chinese people) The real game boy can be called: Game Boy pocket, Game Boy color, Game Boy Advenced and so it on. The console I saw was named "Game King"

And other thing...this kind of console also has it own games
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I saw the upgrade to polystation: polystation 64!!!
and there was another lame console that was shaped like an amiga 1200 !!! but can't remember the name...
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Here are more shots.

This one here is the pulg-in (1st shot is the pulg from console,2nd shot is the pulg in in the video,and 3rd is the pulg on the console)

BTW red pulg is extra audio (make sound as stereo) but my video doesn't have that support)









This one maybe is an extra TV console pulg in





Now....take a peak in the control remote image....and on the main console image :






Some of the TV console games as:

Fun Click:



Super Elf:

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