Cotton is a cute ‘em up series created by Success and featuring a young broom-riding witch. The original game was released in arcades and was later ported to the PC Engine, Sharp X6800, and even the Neo Geo Pocket Color. Several years later, the game was tweaked and released for the Super Famicom with a new name: Marchen Adventure Cotton 100%. Hit the jump for our review.
Super Famicom Cart Storage
I can’t find those dish drying racks and I’d rather not drill holes in my wall anyway. So this Super Famicom storage unit would be really cool to own. SFC carts are special pain in the ass because they can’t be stacked on top of one another. That means they’re hard to pack into a small space and it’s impossible to know which cart you’re going to pull out unless you’ve memorized which games are where.
Store Your Cart Games with Style
I’ve been trying to figure out a better way to store my Super Famicom games. You can’t stack them because the front of the carts are rounded, but if I stand them up and store them sideways, it’s hard to see which game is which. Famicomblog found a way to hack some $1 sets of dish drying racks into hangable cart storage units. This would fix my problem and look really cool.
That’s a Lot of Starmen
Flickr member and follow Pembroke Welsh Corgi owner, Meeellla, crafted these Earthbound mascots out of resin. I kind of want one. Or five.
(Source: Flickr / meeellla)
Custom Ryu Super Famicom by Oskunk. This dude constantly inspires me to dig up my old consoles and trick them out, but I’m way too lazy for all that noise.
It’s that time again! It’s be super-duper-mega-awesome if you’d recommend us in Tumblr’s gaming directory this week!
As a recommendation of our own, we’re recommending you to check out the way-rad GAME & GRAPHICS, “a blog about design and visual creativity attached to videogames.”
They post cool stuff like this Game Boy cell phone concept we posted a while ago and these sexy Famicom and Super Famicom mockups below.
If you know of any cool Tumblr sites we should recommend next week, let us know!