Famicom Cassette Storage Case

Famicom Cassette Storage Case


Banpresto

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  • Officially licensed merchandise
  • Includes a Famicom™ cartridge and box replica
  • 14 assorted designs available
  • Randomly shipped (we try to avoid duplicated items if you order more than 1 unit!)

description

Includes either of the following cartridge storage cases:
  • A: Mario Bros.
  • B: Super Mario Bros.
  • C: Super Mario Bros. 3
  • D: Dr. Mario
  • E: Excite Bike
  • F: Urban Champion
  • G: Ice Climber
  • H: Clu Clu Land
  • I: The Legend of Zelda
  • J: Duck Hunt
  • K: Devil World
  • L: Donkey Kong
  • M: Balloon Fight
  • N: Wrecking Crew
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    PAX-Code PAX0000124950

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    nagisakaoru (1) on 26, Jan. 2006 07:33 (HKT)
    Ever so slightly too small, but pretty cool overall.
    I got my random cases today. Super Mario 3, Mario Bros., Ice Climber, Clu Clu Land. Hey, one out of the three coolest ones (Super Mario Bros., Super Mario 3, Zelda) certainly ain\'t bad, and the other ones I got are pretty decent too.

    The only problem: the cases are the tiniest micro-fraction of an inch too small. We\'re talking a millimeter or less here. The reason I say that is because these would be ideal for storing GBA games, if it weren\'t for the fact that they\'re about a millimeter short of having enough space to fit 3 games. Instead, you end up only being able to fit 2 games, which rattle around loosely. This easily could have been corrected by adjusting the way the hinge is structured, or by making the plastic casing ever so slightly thinner.

    In fact, I was eventually able to fit in three GBA cartridges by using a razor to carve down the upper interior corners on one case. Well, they sort of fit, anyway; I\'ll admit it\'s far from ideal, but it gives you an idea of just how aggravatingly close the cases come to being big enough, only to mockingly dash your hopes.

    HOWEVER, it then occurred to me that they could form an ideal basis for a variety of projects. I am currently planning to pick up a sheet of some sort of foam rubber (about .5 centimeter thick, cut it to fit into one of these cases, and then cut out two GBA-cartridge shaped holes. Bam, instantly, you\'ve got a slick and stylish GBA travel case: keep one game in your GBA, and two in the spiffy pocket case; the lining keeps them from rattling around.

    Likewise, the same could be done with even greater results for DS games, which can easily be stacked 3 across and 3 deep in these cases, allowing you to carry a nice stack of 9 games (using a 1 centimeter thick liner). Or you could use one as a mint case (Ice Climber?), or add in an elastic strap and use it in place of a wallet. Or put in a small mirror, and you\'ve got a make-up compact (I\'ll probably leave that project to someone of a slightly more female persuasion). There\'s really a lot of cool and fun projects you could do with these.

    To summarize, at $2 each plus some cheap materials from a hobby store, these are far more cost efficient - and I\'d say cooler - than the Keys Factory 3-pack of mini-famicom cases, which are far less versatile and only hold a single GBA game apiece.
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