The handheld Hyperkin SupaBoy S will play original SNES (NTSC AND PAL) and SFC cartridges on a built-in 4.3 inch LCD screen. It includes a D-pad and face buttons, as well as right and left shoulder buttons. The SupaBoy S also includes two front-loading ports that are compatible with full-size SNES-compatible controllers and an AV out. It allows up to two players to play the SupaBoy S on a regular TV screen.
Bypass the region lock and play all of your favorite Famicom games with the Hyperkin 60 to 72 Pin Adapter for Famicom to NES. Simply place your favorite Famicom cartridge into the adapter and insert the adapter in your NES console or NES-compatible console. The adapter is compatible with multiple console region variants. If you are not using a North American NES and the game does not start when you press the power button, press the reset button 4-8 times until the game plays. Removal is easy for any iteration of the NES console! For top loaders, remove the adapter by gently pulling at the base of the adapter. For front loaders, pull the attached pull ribbon for removal. Take a journey through the Japanese classics on your favorite NES console!
Released in 1986, the Famicom Disk System was an attachment for Nintendo's 8-bit console that allowed for cheap distribution of re-writable games. Many famous titles, including both Legend of Zelda titles, Super Mario Bros. 2, Doki Doki Panic, Metroid, and Kid Icarus were originally released for the platform. Due to technical advances, the system was eventually discontinued and was never released outside of Japan. Much of its library remained Japan-only as well, and has been sparsely documented among the English-speaking retro game world. Until now. Brought you to by long-standing retro video game website Hardcore Gaming 101, The Complete Guide to the Famicom Disk System includes reviews of every single title in the Famicom Disk System library - all of the classic Nintendo games (including their unfortunately overlooked adventure games), cult classics by Konami, revolutionary oddities like Otocky, many Zelda clones, numerous tie-ins with late 80s Japanese celebrities, and a large number of subpar licensed games from Bandai. Also includes a look at the many unlicensed titles, a history of the system, and its accessories.
CC&SS 2 Pack USB Controller for Super Nintendo, SNES Retro Famicom Game Gaming Joypad Gamepad for Windows PC MAC Linux Android Raspberry Pi (Multicolored)
Kit Includes: 2 x USB Controller
1.Buttons: D-pad, Start, Select , A ,B,X,Y
2.USB 2.0 port game controllers , plug and play, no addition software.
3.Use with Raspberry Pi ,PC /Windows 98/2000/ME/XP or later, Mac os x 10.0 or later.
4.Note:not compatible with snes classic mini 2017
The NES Classic Controller brings authentic retro gaming to your fingertips! This replica of the original NES Controller is designed for use with the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition system. It can also be plugged into a Wii Remote controller, so you can also use it with Virtual Console NES games on your Wii or Wii U console.
Dimensions (Overall): 5.12 inches (L) x 2.76 inches (W) x 1.77 inches thick
Model Compatibility: Nintendo NES Classic
High quality NES to Famicom converter. Compatibles with 100% of the games.
Convert FC 60Pins Game Cart into NES 72Pins Game Cart, build-in CIC chip for original NTSC and PAL NES console.
New Made PCB manboard and slot , allows to play famicom & Famiclone games on your NES system, works on even Everdive N8
Comes With Adapter and Empty Cartridge
The CIC chip is currently setup for US NTSC console, if region was changed, push the NES RESET SWITCH 4-8 times to make the NES POWER ON LED stop flash and run.
1*60 Pin To 72 Pin Adapter Converter
he Japanese power adaptor has the following specs: AC-Adaptor MODEL HVC-002 AC100V 50/60Hz 18VA DC10V 850mA + -- C--- - The Japanese Famicom power adaptor is equipped with the same prongs, and nearly the same input voltage (AC 100V) as AC adaptors used in the United States and Canada. The proper output voltage is DC 10V, 850mA. Never use an NES AC adaptor with your Famicom. Most adaptors transform the electricity from AC to DC. The NES adaptor takes the input voltage down but still puts out AC, which is potentially harmful to your Famicom. To prevent from overheating and damaging your Famicom, it's highly recommended that you use a step-down converter. Japanese electrical outlets output 100V, which is what the Famicom power adaptor is made to input. United States and Canadian electrical outlets output 120V. Step-down converters that will convert the electrical outlet output to 100V are available online and in stores.