Fandom

BootlegGames Wiki

2004 New 8 in 1

697pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share
2004 New 8 in 1
8in1 Cart front
The front of the cartridge.
Developer Various
Cart ID(s) CW-819
Original developer Various
Console Sega Mega Drive
Date 2004
Engine Various
Sound engine Various
Alternate names/hacks 8 in 1 (Selection screen)

The 2004 New 8 in 1 is a multicart made for the Sega Mega Drive by an unknown company in 2004. As most other multicarts, the label pictures cover arts of the games, and the games have the copyright claims removed. The plastic shell is poorly made, and it's very difficult to keep it up together sometimes. A feature of this cartridge is that more than half the games (5/8) are developed by Sega itself.

Games Edit

8in1 Sel. Screen

The cartridge's game selection screen.

Menu Title (Actual title)

  1. SUNSET RIDERS (Sunset Riders, by Konami)
  2. DICK TRACY (Dick Tracy, by Sega)
  3. SHADOW DANCER (Shadow Dancer, by Sega)
  4. ESWAY (Cyber Police ESWAT, by Sega)
  5. SHINOBI (The Revenge of Shinobi, by Sega)
  6. AFTER BURNER (After Burner II, by Sega)
  7. CHASE HQ 2 (Chase H.Q. II, by Taito)
  8. ROBOCOP 3 (Robocop 3, by Flying Edge / Eden Entertainment Software)

Gallery Edit

Title screens Edit

  • Sunset Riders' title screen.
  • Dick Tracy's title screen.
  • Shadow Dancer's title screen.
  • Cyber Police: ESWAT's title screen. Note the glitched copyright.
  • The Revenge of Shinobi's title screen.
  • After Burner II's title screen.
  • Chase H.Q. II's title screen without copyright claims.
  • Robocop 3's title screen.

Card, PCB & Label Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The covers on the cartridge label are poorly custom made, except for the Chase H.Q. II and Robocop 3 ones.
  • In After Burner II, the "Sega Enterprise" logo in the aircraft carrier at the beginning of the first stage is covered by grey tiles, leaving just the "Enterprise" word.
    8in1 ABII Logo

    The covered Sega logo in After Burner II.

  • The ESWAT cover on the label, except for the title, is completely unrelated with the actual game. The image shows a soldier in the desert, when the right protagonist is a city robot police officer.
  • The two parts of the shell seem to be produced in two separate times.
  • Unusually, the back of the shell features all the text included in a normal Mega Drive cartridge (Including the Sega logo and the "Made In Japan" writing), and strangely not including any typo. Even the various patents' numbers are also rewritten without any error.
  • The screws in the back shell are fake: they are just molded in the plastic.
  • The small PCB is attached to a piece of plastic to hold it in place. (See pic)

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.