Developers Make Famicom Games from Unreal Famicom Cartridges
Posted by James Newton
It'll make sense soon
You might remember a story back in May about a Japanese art project where artists created fictitious Famicom cartridges to display their work. Here we are, three months later, bringing you news that some enterprising developers took the cartridges as inspiration to create games.
Taking in cat-touching adventure Neco Touch, sloth simulator Namakemono – translated as "lazy person" – a thumb-wrestling game whose name we won't even attempt to translate and more, the project comes courtesy of The TIG Source, a collection of oddball games that might suck up the rest of your day if you visit now.