There was a thread about multicarts a couple weeks ago with this multicart as the OP picture. I said I'd buy one and make a thread about it, so here's the thread. This multicart is available in either a red or gray shell and cost less than $20.
I'm willing to field any questions about it, but I'll say right off the bat that I do recommend it. It's a great way to play NES games that are very rare and expensive for a low cost.
Multicarts and bootlegs have always had cover art like that. The cart has the 3 NES Ninja Gaidens and the three regular TMNT games plus Tournament Fighters, so I don't mind the cover art.
Here's a composite photo of all 150 games on the cartridge.
I swear they could do better if someone here spoke Chinese and sent them a list of all the English roms for that multicart.
Also I've heard in a previous thread that the cartridge has been know to fry out overtime due to a bad choice in a component.
I think the gimmick is it's the best ROM list in multicart history, because every mutlicart for the past 20 years has been "here's 2,000 different versions of Arkanoid"
>Also I've heard in a previous thread that the cartridge has been know to fry out overtime due to a bad choice in a component.
That's unsurprising but depressing. I thought one of those would make a really good cheap substitute for an Everdrive.
Yeah, it would be nice if every game on the cart were U.S. versions, but considering I spent $0.11 per game, I don't really have any room to complain. I already own carts of several of the games on this so I can play those if I want them in English. Being able to play stuff like Gun Nac, Recca, Little Samson, Kick Master, or Mighty Final Fight without spending hundreds is worth it, imo.
My one from Ailexpress arrived
About £4 for 150 different games.
Cart plastic is a bit crappy
It also comes apart with next to no force
For that price im not arsed, it works
That would be really nice. It'd definitely be the most-bought multicart ever made, but it would be a double-edged sword since it would reduce the desire for flash carts and thus increase their price.
Gameboy had the best multicards with like 64 or more games pushed into it. Had a lot of obscure games but also always soem known games.
I still remmeber that crocodile pinball game or that homestuck troll puzzle game with reverse time gimmick.
How true is that tale?
I ordered those yellow multicarts that has the RE covers And chinese writing, the 400 in 1 and not from aliexpress tough cause they don take PayPal.
Find it hard to relieve tough, i have 2 old multicarts with no repeats and i have Always played them on real NES.
They still work