In the BadorRad news!

Here is the info for the upcoming HORROR GAME REVIEWS on Local Dayton Television!!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1516605828585685/?notif_t=plan_user_invited

 

If you don’t live in the area and can’t get the channel. Don’t fret, you can log into their website and watch the whole show. But, if you miss the broadcast. I will repost the reviews on Youtube after they have officially aired on the show as per my agreement.

XO – THE BRETT

I found out that I have a box variant today

I’ve never read about this one. So I may be the first person to mention it.

 

This is the 3 Screw version where Programmable is spelled correctly in the bottom corner.
This is the 3 Screw version where Programmable is spelled correctly in the bottom corner.

 

This is what I found on my copy after trying to remember what series these two were from, while talking to Mr. Crash Adams the night before.

 

Wrecking Crew is on the left and the world Programmable is mis-spelled with on M.
Wrecking Crew is on the left and the word Programmable is mis-spelled with on M.

 

Now there are 3 versions of this game already. There is the original print, which mine is, where originally instead of being sealed; the games had a black circle sticker holding the front lip down because there were hang tabs built in the box. That is the version I have. (Example reference photos)

Sticker seal is at the top of this Duck Hunt.
Sticker seal is at the top of this Duck Hunt.

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Donkey Kong has the hang tab. Just like my version of Wrecking Crew. There are other 5 screw releases with a different box that doesn’t have the hang tab, and also the 3 screw versions that weren’t in hang tab boxes either.

These are the differences between the carts. You need the 5 screw version.
These are the differences between the carts from 3 screw to 5 screw.

Now I’m not sure if anyone has ever noticed this. I haven’t ever seen it listed on anything. So, If it has been seen or named. I’m repeating it, but if it hasn’t I’m claiming it here on my website.

So, regardless some cool information for you collector’s out there that love variants.

Happy Hunting,
XO from The Brett.

What Original Nintendo games have Famicom Converters in them?

If you aren’t sure what to look for in your Nintendo games to find these. They only came out in the original prints of the games when Nintendo didn’t have enough time to produce enough 9 pin adapters. So the easier way for them at the time was to use converters with famicom boards.

This is what you are looking for.
This is what you are looking for.

So, if you are out looking for them to complete your variants or to make some quick cash or trade money, you will need to look for flat tab top games with 5 screws in the back of the cart.

These are the differences between the carts. You need the 5 screw version.
These are the differences between the carts. You need the 5 screw version.

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The only known games with them in them are these.

This is an easy way to use it.
This is an easy way to use it.

1942
Clu Clu Land
Donkey Kong Jr.
Duck Hunt
Elevator Action
Excitebike
Golf
Gumshoe
Gyromite
Hogan’s Alley
Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!
Pinball
Raid on Bungeling Bay
Rygar
Soccer
Stack Up
Tennis
Urban Champion
Wizards and Warriors
Wrecking Crew

Happy hunting and share with your pals.

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