Entertainment Computer System (PAL) [Famiclone Tests] – Part 1 / 4

My text review on this console:

The whole video footage is about 8 hours long, and my PCs wouldn’t be able to keep up with that rendering and then getting it all uploaded to YouTube.
It took me about 4 days overall to create this video, make the layout, put the clips altogether, edit them if needed and render the whole thing, which wasn’t made in first try.
So, I decided to separate this “Famiclone Tests” video into 4 parts.

Entertainment Computer System, an NES clone from late 80s or early 90s, capable of playing NES cartridges by default, but it can also play Famicom ones with a special converter from 60-to-72 pin converter.

[0:31] Super Mario Bros. (HVC-SM)
[9:14] Super Mario Bros. 3
[21:58] Darkwing Duck
[31:06] FC Genjin (F-C2)
[38:46] Bomberman II
[58:50] Adventure Island II
[1:13:07] Takahashi Meijin no Bouken Jima III
[1:26:05] 1994 4-in-1 (CQ-002) / Felix the Cat
[1:34:17] Prince of Persia
[1:43:18] Grand Combat / Chip to Dale no Daisakusen
[1:57:49] Chip to Dale no Daisakusen II

Incorrect sound playback due to reversed duty cycles, but the picture quality is actually pretty good. Felix the Cat isn’t too dark as expected to be seen on earlier hardware clone Famiclones.
Next time – more regular games for NES/Famicom to check out, and see how good they run on our Entertainment Computer System exhibit!


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6 thoughts on “Entertainment Computer System (PAL) [Famiclone Tests] – Part 1 / 4”

    I didn't mention that either in video or description, but that Super Mario Bros. HVC-SM pirate cartridge you see the gameplay of at the start of the video, is actually a hack, which not only has the changed textures for blocks, but most importantly… It's a 256W hack!
    That's right, dudes. You can select any worlds beyond world 8 on this cartridge and play secret ones at your own will!
    You might remember the video by Kosmic, who showed that game genie code that lets you choose any world on original unmodified copy of Super Mario Bros.
    Well, here is a pirate cartridge from Taiwan that has an interesting hack on board! 🙂
    Should I make a video specifically on this cart and show later worlds from it? Let me know in the comments!

  2. There's other model similar of this clone called "Creation DUO", A NOAC clone with 2 slots for NES and Famicom cartridges (Like the Twin Famicom)


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