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SepticLemon

Similar to the Shonen Jump Gold Famicom Classic that came out this year. I had an idea for a western version of Special edition NES Classic.

NES Classic: Tetris 35th Anniversary Edition.

So next year, Tetris will in 35 years old, and it'll be 30 years since its release on the NES and GameBoy. I would have it painted in silver on the top half, and gunmetal for the bottom half, whilst having an engraving on the top showing a tetris game with "Tetris 35th Anniversary" next to it.

The system will still have 30 games on it. But 5 of the games from the original system will be replaced with tetris/puzzles games. Ice Climber, Castlevania 2, Tecmo Bowl, Startropics and Super Contra will be replaced with...
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[*]Tetris
[*]Tetris 2
[*]Wario's Woods
[*]Hatris
[*]Tetris + Bombliss (A Japanese only game that's unlocked by play Tetris 1 & 2 similar to StarFox 2 on the SNES Classic)
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Yes... Wario's Woods isn't a Tetris game per say, but it's a puzzle game inspired by Tetris, and amazingly I couldn't find that many Tetris clones on the NES, they all happened on the GameBoy, SNES and MegaDrive. When you boot the system up for the first time, these are the first 6 games, including Dr. Mario, as it's a puzzle game, you'll find on the system, and are under a new filter named, Featured.

I think this would be a great idea to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Tetris, and the 30th Anniversary of NES Tetris!

I'll see if I can get my photoshop game in tonight and 'shop some artistic representations of this silver coloured Tetris themed NES Classic.

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Oh! I forgot to add, it'll NEED to come with 2 controllers rather than just the single controller the NES Classic came with!

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Silly_G

Or they can carry over the "Saturday morning cartoon" theme and licence some of the better third-party games from the NES library (including perhaps some of the original Disney Afternoon Collection ROMs).

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Silly_G wrote:

Or they can carry over the "Saturday morning cartoon" theme and licence some of the better third-party games from the NES library (including perhaps some of the original Disney Afternoon Collection ROMs).

That's if Capcom and Disney give Nintendo the rights. But that's not something that can't happen. I'm just personally in a big Tetris kick due to Tetris Effect. BUt it would be funny to see a NES with late 80's-early 90's Nickeldeon style splatter art on it! lol!

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RedderRugfish

I loved me some Tetris Attack. It had absolutely nothing to do with Tetris, but it was still fun.

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ReaderRagfish wrote:

I loved me some Tetris Attack. It had absolutely nothing to do with Tetris, but it was still fun.

No Tetris Attack on the NES though...

That was on the SNES and GameBoy.

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RedderRugfish

@SepticLemon Yeah, I know. It's a bummer the SNES isn't turning 30, there are some good Tetris/clones on there.

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timbo23

@SepticLemon hahaha I'm already looking up a way to make me one of those custom designs haha

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@timbo23 Look up hydro-dipping and water transfer. You start with coating the plastic with an under coat of paint, typically a white paint made for preparing to hydro-dip. You then get a special transfer paper that you load into a printer, but print the image backwards. Place the paper on the surface of warm water, and then dip the plastic in a 45 degree angle, all the down without pulling back up, and then make circular motions to remove the excess transfer from the plastic.

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