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JY-120 (A) 1998 Super 45-in-1 Multicart

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1998 Super 45 in 1
S45-1
45 in 1's menu screen
Publisher J.Y. Company
Cart ID(s) JY-120 (A), SC-120 (A)
Developer J.Y. Company
Console Famicom
Date 1998
Engine Various
Sound engine Various
The JY-120 (A) 1998 Super 45 in 1 is a multicart released by J.Y. Company in 1998. It was later re-released at an unknown date under the SC-120 (A) ID with a slightly altered name Super 45 in 1.

OverviewEdit

This multicart is somewhat notable for containing the only known complete version of the Super Mario World NES pirate as well as Aladdin and its hack, Popeye II: Travels in Persia. However, the majority of games are first-generation NES/Famicom titles, many of which are known to be included on many other multicarts. The last four games are hacks of other games on the cart, one being a hack of Pacland which alters the control scheme to make it like a standard Nintendo game.

Oddly, only 2 of the games on this multicart are 24kb in size (Bomber Man and Front Line). As well as this, many games have their copyright replaced with a year from 1995-97. The board itself states that production started during late December 1997. There is a DIP switch in the cart which can expand the list of games to 90, but the extra 45 games listed are just repeats.

List of gamesEdit

Brackets are used for real game titles and/or extra information.

  1. Super Mario World
  2. Super Mario (Super Mario Bros.)
  3. Aladdin III (Aladdin title screen hack. Control scheme is reversed, making it like a standard NES platformer's controls)
  4. Goal II (Goal!!)
  5. Soccer
  6. Tetris 2 (Tengen's version of Tetris, not to be confused with the officially licensed Nintendo published sequel of the same name)
  7. Metro Cross
  8. Ninja II (Ninja Jajamaru Kun)
  9. Ninja III (Ninja Hattori Kun)
  10. BB Car (Unlicensed clone of Rally-X by Hwang Shinwei)
  11. Elevator Action
  12. Flappy
  13. King of the Ghost (Obake no Q Tarou: Wan Wan Panic, AKA the Japanese version of Chubby Cherub)
  14. Nineteen Forty Two (1942)
  15. Seicross
  16. Bwings (B-Wings)
  17. Gyrodine
  18. Sqoon
  19. Twin Bee
  20. Xevious
  21. City Connection
  22. Mach Rider
  23. Magmax
  24. Route Sixteen
  25. Pro Wrestling
  26. Sonson
  27. Spartanx (Spartan X, Japanese version of Kung Fu)
  28. Spelunker
  29. Bomber Man
  30. Wrecking Crew
  31. Arkanoid
  32. Ms. Pacmen (Ms. Pac-Man)
  33. Pacland
  34. Front Line
  35. Challenger
  36. Penguins Wars (Penguin-Kun Wars)
  37. Galg (Zunou Senkan Galg)
  38. Geimos
  39. Star Juster (Star Luster)
  40. Thexde II (Thexder)
  41. Volguard II
  42. Popeye II (Popeye II: Travels in Persia, hack of Aladdin III. Starts on Level 2)
  43. Bugger Man (Hack of Bomber Man)
  44. Visionary Mario (Hack of Super Mario Bros with vertical scrolling. Also known as Dream Mary)
  45. Pacland New Keypad (Hack of Pacland which alters the control scheme)

TriviaEdit

  • The music on the menu is from Adventure Island.
  • Curiously, when the multicart is in 90-in-1 mode, the name for Super Mario World (Famicom) repeat is SNES Super Mario World. SNES was likely used instead of SFC (Super Famicom) because it feels more international. This suggests the multicart (or the 90-in-1 variant) was supposed to be sold outside of Asia.
  • Both the JY-120 (A) and SC-120 (A) covers incorrectly states 24M (24 Megabits). The multicart data size is in fact 32M (= 4 Megabytes).

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