Sachen

2nd Space

2nd Space

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed - September 7, 1993

A Pac-Man like game that resembles Pepper II in which you must completely circle different sections to reveal the picture underneath while avoiding all sorts of nasties.

2nd Space

2nd Space

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

2nd Space is an arcade puzzle game where the gameplay is somewhat of an hybrid between Pac-Man and Qix; your job is to circle the objects on the screen while avoiding the monster occupying the screen with you. Once you succeed in doing so, the circled area will reveal a partial picture. Once you've revealed all the objects, you'll see the full image and move on to the next level.

31-in-1 Mighty Mix

31-in-1 Mighty Mix

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 2

4 in 1 Volume 2

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 2 was the second volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Virus Attack, Electron World, Dice, and Trouble Zone.

4 in 1 Volume 3

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 3 was the third volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Taiwan's Mahjong, Japan's Mahjong, Hong Kong's Mahjong, and Store Tris.

4 in 1 Volume 4

4 in 1 Volume 4

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 4 was the fourth volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Pile Wonder, Snake Roy, Suleiman's Treasure, and Puppet Knight.

4 in 1 Volume 5

4 in 1 Volume 5

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 5 was the fifth volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Arctic Zone, Magic Tower, Railway, and Worm Visitor.

4 in 1 Volume 6

4 in 1 Volume 6

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 6 was the sixth volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Bomb Disposer, A-Force, Black Forest Tale, and 2nd Space.

4 in 1 Volume 7

4 in 1 Volume 7

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 7 was the seventh volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Ant Soldier, Dan Laser, Sky Ace, and Zoo Block.

4 in 1 Volume 8

4 in 1 Volume 8

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 8 was the eighth volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Captain Knick-Knack, Flea War, Explosive Brick, and Magic Maze.

4 in 1 Volume 9

4 in 1 Volume 9

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed

4 in 1 Volume 9 was the ninth volume of 4-in-1 multicarts made by Sachen. The games included are Zipball, Gorilla, Crazy Burger, and Deep.

Ant Soldiers

Ant Soldiers

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Ant Soldiers is a puzzle game, developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Ant Soldiers

Ant Soldiers

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed - June 6, 1993

An unlicensed Lemmings clone created by Sachen found on various multi carts for the Nintendo Game Boy. You basically guide ants with various skills to an exit within the allotted time. You also are required to have so many ants survive in order to advance to the next level.

Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal

Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

Go North to the Arctic and meet Mr. Penguin. He is one of the great pioneers of the icy climate and if I may say so, a survivor. His game is collecting diamonds scattered in the coldest corners of the globe. Guide Mr. Penguin through each round and help him with his diamond collection. You must collect all the diamonds and stash them safely in your igloo. Watch out! Those nasty seals have tusks as sharp as blades. If you can't crush them with a block of ice I suggest you dive out of their way. Hang on! This is only round No. 1. Now let's try getting through to round No. 50. If you manage to get through all of that, how about constructing your own personal custom-tailored round. Good luck!

Armour Force

Armour Force

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

A-Force is an Action game, developed and published by Sachen, which was released in Asia in 1993.

Auto-Upturn

Auto-Upturn

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

In Auto-Upturn, players are tasked with having to set right a scrambled picture in seven different rounds of play. Pictures are broken up into thirty different squares in a five by six square tile layout. Players control their avatar (it changes depending on the round) and pick up the tiles one at a time and place the tiles back in their proper place. Each puzzle must be completed in under ten minutes or else the game is over. While trying to solve each puzzle, various enemies will be roaming around the play area. Running into them will cost the player some health. If the player loses all of their health, they will lose a life. If the player loses all three of their lives, the game will end. While trying to solve a puzzle, the player can pause the game and view an unscrambled picture of the puzzle they are working on. After looking at the solution the first time, each additional time after the unscrambled picture will start to degrade in quality and be of less of a help for the player. Once the puzzle is solved, the amount of remaining time plus the amount of health the player has left over is calculated into the player's score.

Bao Qing Tian

Bao Qing Tian

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1996

Despite Bao the judge is mentioned prominently throughout the game, he is, in fact, not the player character - the players themselves control one or two of Bao's servants, depending on whether the two-player hotseat mode is selected or not. Each world is split into three levels, two of which are mainly based around platforming while the third one is a boss stage.

Beast Fighter

Beast Fighter

Nintendo Game Boy - Unlicensed - 2000

AD 2050 - One day five large meteors were found in Paris, New York, Iceland, Egypt, and China. All the NASA and scientists on Earth were involved in investigate because they were the largest ever found and lives seem to be inside. Scientists tried every way to reveal the truth and accidentally woke up the unknown lives. They were worriers in Monica, fight for survival because of racial differences. Finally Monica was destroyed and now they are ruining the Earth after being awaken, and looking for more Monica worriers for more fights.

Beast Fighter

Beast Fighter

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Beast Fighter is a beat 'em up, developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Black Forest Tale

Black Forest Tale

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993

Black Forest Tale is an Action game, developed and published by Sachen, which was released in Asia in 1993.

Bomb Disposer

Bomb Disposer

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - 1993

Captain Knick Knack

Captain Knick Knack

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Captain Knick Knack is a Shooting game (vertical shmup), developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Captain Knick-Knack

Captain Knick-Knack

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1999

Captain Knick-Knack is an Action game, developed and published by Sachen, which was released in Asia in 1999.

Chinese Checkers

Chinese Checkers

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

Chinese Checkers is a board game of German origin (named "Sternhalma") which can be played by two, three, four, or six people, playing individually or with partners. This version is for three players. The objective is to be first to race all of one's pieces across the hexagram-shaped board into "home" - the corner of the star opposite one's starting corner - using single-step moves or moves that jump over other pieces.

Chinese Checkers

Chinese Checkers

Watara Supervision - Released - 1992

Chinese Checkers is a digital version of the popular German board game originally known as Stern-Halma. The objective is to be the first player to move a group of 10 pieces to the opposite side of a star-shaped board; pieces can either be moved a single space, or 'jumped' over adjacent pieces. The game can be played in either its 2-player or 3-player variant, but only a single human player can play in a given game; other slots are filled by computer-controlled opponents. It is possible to set the number of rounds in the game, as well as also watch the computer play against itself.

Crazy Burger

Crazy Burger

Nintendo Game Boy - 1991

Dan Laser

Dan Laser

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1990

Dan Laser is an Action game, developed and published by Sachen, which was released in Asia in 1990.

Dancing Blocks

Dancing Blocks

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Deep: Final Mission

Deep: Final Mission

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1990

Deep: Final Mission is an Action game, developed and published by Sachen, which was released in Asia in 1990

Double Strike

Double Strike

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

The South Pacific contains some of the most beautiful islands in the world, and they have all been invaded by a terrorist organization called DAMED (Destructive Armed Militant Enemy Devotee). You must fly an experimental fighter jet called the Thrasher Hawk-7 to battle the enemy and rid them from nine different islands. To help out, six different power ups can be collected after destroying certain enemies which provide better weapons, bombs, or extra lives. This unlicensed game from Sachen (for this release under the Joy Van brand) originated in Taiwan as 双鷹 (pronounced Shuāng Yīng and translated by Google as 'Double Eagle') in 1989 and also released in Japan in 1989 as 'Twin Eagle'. Despite the identical title and shared release year, this is a completely different game from the licensed game by SETA Corporation called Twin Eagle published in 1989 by Romstar Inc. in the US and published in 1991 by Visco Corporation for the Family Computer in Japan.

Duck Adventures

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

Four in One

Four in One

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Four in One was the cartridge that accompanied the Cougar Boy / Mega Duck, which contains 4 games: Virus Attack (space shooting game, Space Invaders clone); Electron World (maze action game); Trouble Zone (puzzle game); Says Block (adventure game)., developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Funblaster Pak

Funblaster Pak

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Compilation of four games: PIPEMANIA: A totally radical game entrenched in a deep underground maze of pipes. TWIN EAGLE: Twin fun with simultaneous two-player shooting action. METAL FIGHTER: You are Joyvan Kid and must save the planet Earth from alien occupation. LITTLE RED HOOD: Solve the mysteries of the forest with eight levels of enchanted fun.

Galactic Crusader

Galactic Crusader

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

Your starship is alive - a metamorphic creature that can transform from a huge flying insect into a metallic destroyer! Penetrate squadron after squadron of bizarre alien fortifications. March onward to a final confrontation against an all-powerful enemy!

Happy Pairs

Happy Pairs

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

Happy Pairs will introduce you to see the landscapes of 18 countries around the world. As soon as you finish each level of pairs match, the beautiful landscape of the country will come to your eyes. Match the same figures with the same colors in a certain time, as fast as possible, but be careful not to be tricked when attempting to make a matching selection. Wrong selection of the objects will prevent you from completing the map. Don't worry, you will surely make the proper choices and succeed!

Happy Pairs

Happy Pairs

Watara Supervision - Released - 1992

Happy Pairs is a tile-matching puzzle game based on the Japanese game Shisenshō. Similar to the well-known Shanghai, the object is to remove tiles from the board in matching pairs until the entire board is clear. Pairs can only be removed if they can be connected by a line with no more than two turns. The game is timed, and if the time runs out, the puzzle must be restarted. It is also possible to have the computer find a match for you, but this can only be done a limited number of times. The game includes more than a dozen different backgrounds, each representing a different location around the world, and several dozen different puzzle layouts to solve.

Happy Race

Happy Race

Watara Supervision - Released - 1992

Happy Race is a top-down arcade driving game, strikingly similar to Namco's Rally-X sans the scrolling. Each stage consists of an assortment of passageways, obstacles, and flags; the goal of each stage is to collect all of the flags. Impeding the player are a pair of enemy buggies which will chase the player, but it is possible to use part of the car's fuel reserves to kick up dust clouds that will stun the enemies. There are several bonus flags on each stage, and also many bonus food items that will appear randomly and award extra points. The game offers three difficulty settings.

Honey Peach

Honey Peach

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Honey Peach (also known as Meinü Quan) is a very simple rock-paper-scissors game in which the player competes against several increasingly skillful female opponents. The screen displays two hands, each representing a competitor, rapidly closing and opening fists. The goal is to press one of the three buttons corresponding to rock, paper, and scissors at the right time, stopping the movement and displaying the results. The women undress in three stages; the game is lost if the player has lost six times to the same woman.

John Adventure

John Adventure

Watara Supervision - Released - 1992

John Adventure is a falling-block puzzle game cloned from Dr. Mario. Each stage presents the player with a bottle filled with dancing objects that must be destroyed. Pairs of pieces fall from the top of the bottle; line four of the same color in a row to cause them to disappear. Destroy all the target pieces to clear the stage, but reach the top of the bottle and it's game over! There are 20 stages and three play speeds available.

Little Red Hood

Little Red Hood

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

This is no ordinary forest. Then again, this is no ordinary Little Red Riding Hood. She can sure throw a kick, and let me tell you, she needs it to get to grandma safely. The forest is filled with wicked goblins, snakes, scorpions, bears and of course, the WOLF. Team up with her faithful dog and help LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD collect fruit, candy and magic potions so that she can fight these evil beasts and save grandma!

Lucky 777

Lucky 777

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

Lucky 777, also known as Lucky Bingo and Lucky Bingo 777, is an unlicensed slot machine game for the NES and Famicom. The object of the game is to accumulate coins to see some lewd pictures of girls posing. They will reveal more and more as you win more money, with the first picture appearing at 50 coins.

Magic Cube

Magic Cube

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

Have you ever played with "Russian Blocks?" And have you played with "Magical Stone?" If yes, we'd like to tell you now that these games are out of date. The newest "Magic Cube" will bring you to the new world! Break through the traditional routing and combine with the new idea. Play it and you will know how fantastic it is!

Magic Tower

Magic Tower

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Magic Tower is an Adventure game, developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Magical Mathematics

Magical Mathematics

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Magical mathematics is a good tutor who will be patient with your questions. If you are a mathematics phobia, you will need this cartridge. There are "additions, subtraction, multiplication and division of integral and fraction", "system of linear equation with one unknow", "compound exercises" and "mathematic blocks" in magical mathematics. We constructed the exercises with basic concept, so children from 7 to 15 year-old can play them step by step. Meanwhile mathematic blocks is going to train you as a man with super brain.

Magical Tower

Magical Tower

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - 1993

Mahjong Academy

Mahjong Academy

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1992

Mahjong Academy, aka Mahjong School uses the name and title screen of the arcade game Mahjong Gakuen by Capcom, but nothing else is taken from that game.

Mahjong Companion

Mahjong Companion

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Mahjong Samit: Kabukicho Hen

Mahjong Samit: Kabukicho Hen

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Hacker International's version of Sachen's "The Mahjong World - Ma Que Shi Jie" with added erotic themes. At the top are your opponent's tokens, and the bottom has yours. You have hands of 16 tiles each. These can be grouped by three or four if you steal certain tiles: they will be pushed aside and unalterable. There is also a small area on the right hand side for a drawn tile. On the right side, you will see the dead wall, where the "Dora" tile will be displayed (one tile less than an additional tile). Right under there, your Stations / Flowers tokens are placed, for bonus purposes.

Mission Cobra

Mission Cobra

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

Searing gunfire inflicts heavy damage on both sides as you slice into a murderous squadron of enemy fighter jets. As the commander of a fast and powerful helicopter, you must face an intense struggle against a pair of patrolling choppers before you are allowed to turbo-boost through enemy defenses to reach the motherships. Only with fast reaction and uncanny accuracy can you defeat the motherships which launch a seemingly endless arsenal of weapons.

Pacboy & Mouse

Pacboy & Mouse

Watara Supervision - Released - December 30, 1992

Pacboy & Mouse in an arcade action game similar to Pengo. A young boy's lady friend has been accosted by mice, and it's up to him to catch them. The player controls the boy in a maze made up of blocks, which can be kicked to make them slide. The goal is to use the blocks to crush all the mice on the stage, but if the player takes too long more mice will appear. It is also possible to kick the walls, which will stun any mice next to that wall. Touching a mouse directly will cause the player to lose a life. Once all the mice have been killed, the player moves on to the next stage.

Pipemania

Pipemania

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Pipemania is an Australian exclusive NES game similar to Pipe Dream. A totally radical game entrenched in a deep underground maze of never-ending pipes. Here is your big chance to try out those plumbing skills. The water is on, think ahead, and most of all, keep on your toes. Nasty accidents do happen! The general idea is to keep the water flow happening by adding the most appropriate piece of pipe. Well, it sounds easy enough, but the pace gets pretty hectic as the water stream picks up momentum. You may want to use a cross pipe, straight pipe, points pipe or try connecting a storage tank along the way to slow things down while you try and catch your breath. Don't relax for too long or the only breath you'll be catching is underwater. The minute you thought you were done with this floor, here comes the next floor, just a little faster. Watch out... a totally addictive game!

Poker III

Poker III

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

Poker III is a casino simulator developed by Sachen and the third and final installment of their Poker series. Instead of being a simple compilation of card games like the previous two Poker games this game is actually a board game featuring various card games called King of Casino (said games can still be selected individually at the main menu however.) The story in this mode is about a guy named Jack who is invited to Las Vegas by its mayor to become a millionaire. The player travels the playing board by rolling a die which determines what game they can choose to play or come across one of several characters. The games that can be played are King Poker (standard poker), Poker (Texas Hold 'Em), Blackjack, and 13 Cards. After reaching a particular financial milestone (every $200,000) the game will play a cinematic of a man clapping in front of a city then posing to show one of several flying objects. They are in order a UFO, a witch, a helicopter, and a blimp with the word "KING" on it. When you become a millionaire the game will automatically cut to the ending which features credits.

Poker Mahjong: Pu Ke Mao Que

Poker Mahjong: Pu Ke Mao Que

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

Poker Mahjong: Pu Ke Mao Que is a Mahjong game using playing cards instead of Mahjong tiles.

Queen of Poker Club

Queen of Poker Club

Sega Genesis - Unlicensed

Queen of Poker Club, referred to as Poker Club 6 in 1 (撲克俱樂部 六合一) on its packaging, is an unlicensed poker game developed and published by Thin Chen Enterprise for the Sega Mega Drive.

Railway

Railway

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased

Railway

Railway

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Railway is a puzzle game, developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Rocman X

Rocman X

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1995

Rocman X is such a blatant ripoff of Mega Man that it makes The Krion Conquest look original. It also happens to be one of Sachen's last NES games.

Rumble Station: 15 in 1

Rumble Station: 15 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Rumble Station is a NES-on-a-chip based Famiclone system that contains 15 games. It includes every NES game developed by Color Dreams, as well as two Sachen games published by them. Color Dreams licensed out the games for use on the system. It was originally distributed by Systema in the United Kingdom, and by Pelican in the US under the name Game Station Arcade. (although the menu screen still said "Rumble Station") Game list: Baby Boomer Captain Comic Challenge of the Dragon Crystal Mines Galactic Crusader King Neptune's Adventure Master Chu Menace Beach Moon Ranger Operation Secret Storm Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator The P'radikus Conflict Raid 2020 Robodemons Secret Scout

Sachen 4 in 1 Vol. 3

Sachen 4 in 1 Vol. 3

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased

Shisen Mahjong: Seifuku Hen

Shisen Mahjong: Seifuku Hen

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

In the game the player(s) tackle six difficulty levels with three levels in each that reward their own set of adult images upon completion of each stage. The game's notable in that it features voice clips (although low quality) and is very difficult, partially due to the lackluster programming. There's a two-player mode in the game where if a connection isn't made in time, a sound clip will play and the other player will take control. This is probably the best way to tackle the game, considering how complex the puzzles get.

Snake Roy

Snake Roy

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Snake Roy is a Jigsaw puzzle game (game of the "snake"), developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Strategist

Strategist

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1991

Strategist includes two games, Poker Racing and The Battle of Poker. The target of these games is to drive your car safely to the destination and accelerate your speed as high as possible to get more points. However, there are dangers and obstacles in your way during the race. Will you get through the racing competition and be a winner? We'll put your skills to the test and see!

Street Heroes

Street Heroes

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1994

Far away in the Aotis continent, a powerful sword exists, imbued with magic. People there all have unimaginable power, so it attracts lots of warriors. Now, the best warriors - Rex, Malcolm, Roger, Big Whale, Daphne, Ned, Rock Tiger and Dark Moon - get together for a race. However, there is some scheming behind the race...

Street Rider

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased

Super Cartridge Ver 1: 4 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 1: 4 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 1: 4-in-1: Bingo 75, Lucky 777, Honey Peach, Chess Academy.

Super Cartridge Ver 2: 10 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 2: 10 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 2: 10-in-1: Hidden Chinese Chess, Omnibus Hearts, Fan Tan, Chinese Rummy, Max 2, Ghost Buster, 99, Change Around, Fortune Telling (Chinese), Fortune Telling (English); all games appear on The World of Card Games or Poker II except both versions of Fortune Telling, which are unique to this cart.

Super Cartridge Ver 3: 8 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 3: 8 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 3: 8-in-1: Jovial Race, Little Red Hood, Twin Eagle, Silent Assault, Super Pang, Mine Sweeper, Mine Sweeper II, Mine Sweeper III; the three versions of Mine Sweeper were only released on this cartridge.

Super Cartridge Ver 4: 6 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 4: 6 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 4: 6-in-1: Master Chu, Metal Fighter, Galactic Crusader, Auto-Upturn, Magic Cube, Super Pang II.

Super Cartridge Ver 5: 7 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 5: 7 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 5: 7-in-1: Penguin and Seal, Middle School English, Pyramid, Magical Mathematics, Strategist (which itself contains Poker Racing and The Battle of Poker), Olympic I.Q., Chinese Checkers.

Super Cartridge Ver 6: 6 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 6: 6 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 6: 6-in-1: Colorful Dragon, Pyramid II, Pipe V, Millionaire, Dancing Blocks, Locksmith.

Super Cartridge Ver 7: 4 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 7: 4 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 7: 4-in-1: Sidewinder, Happy Pairs, Tasac, Silver Eagle.

Super Cartridge Ver 8: 4 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 8: 4 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 8: 4-in-1: Final Combat, Worm Visitor, Frog Adventure, Magical Tower; all except Final Combat were ported from the Game Boy exclusively for this cartridge.

Super Cartridge Ver 9: 3 in 1

Super Cartridge Ver 9: 3 in 1

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

The Super Cartridge series is a series of nine multicarts for the Famicom and NES made by Sachen. These compilations are notable for containing the vast majority of the Sachen library (inlcuding the Joy Van titles) in their latest revision as well as some unique games not released standalone. They seem to originate from the mid 90s as they only feature games made before 1993 with the exceptions of the titles exclusives to those multicarts. They do not contain any of the later Sachen titles, likely to not compete with their single releases. Super Cartridge Version 9: 3-in-1: Challenge of the Dragon, Rockball, Popo Team.

Super Pang

Super Pang

Watara Supervision - Released - 1992

Super Pang is a clone of the arcade game of the same title. The premise is simple: there are balloons bouncing around a room, and you must shoot and destroy them without getting hit. However, it's not that simple; when shot, the balloons will split into two smaller balloons, and only the smallest size will be destroyed when hit. There are several power-ups that will randomly appear to aid the player, including long-lasting shots, quick-fire shots, and scrolls that instantly reduce all balloons on the screen to the smallest size. Pop enough balloons to move onto the next stage.

Taiwan Mahjong: Tai Wan Ma Que 16

Taiwan Mahjong: Tai Wan Ma Que 16

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

An unlicensed Famicom mahjong game. Like typical mahjong games, players receive and discard tiles until they complete hands by forming groups and pairs. What separates this mahjong game from the others is that it features the Taiwanese mahjong variation which is a version of mahjong in which hands are made up of 16 tiles each. Taiwan mahjong also has some its own unique regional set of rules. This game features two game modes. One is the regular version of Taiwan mahjong and the other is a timed version where the player is only given 10 seconds to make each one of their their moves. The game is limited to two players only - one human and one computer.

Tasac

Tasac

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1992

In A.D. 20XX, humans are engaged in fierce warfare with TASAC - the alien bionic mutants. Landsy and Dagrel, commanders of Earth Defense Arms, are encountering the toughest enemies known to man. They must destroy TASAC to rescue the Earth, otherwise humans will be turned into slaves under the TASAC terrorism!

Thunder Blast Man

Thunder Blast Man

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Unlicensed

This game is a pirated version of Rockman X.

Trap and Turn

Trap and Turn

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - 1993

Worm Visitor

Worm Visitor

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - 1993

Worm Visitor

Worm Visitor

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Worm Visitor is an Adventure game (Frogger style), developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Zhong Guo Mahjong

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed

AKA Millionaire II.

Zipball

Zipball

Mega Duck - Released - 1993

Zipball is an Action game, developed by Sachen and published by Timlex International Limited, which was released in 1993.

Zoo Block

Zoo Block

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - 1990

Zoo Block is a Puzzle game, developed and published by Sachen, which was released in Asia in 1990.

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