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BS-X, Prototype, Unreleased & Other Unique ROMs
Rainbow Islands - The Story of Bubble Bobble 2 (Japan) (Sample)
- - Matthew Callis

レインボーアイランド

Rainbow Islands - The Story of Bubble Bobble 2 (Japan) (Sample)

The first obvious difference is the SAMPLE VERSION label on the title screen. More importantly discovered by XKeeper the game has a demo that neither the Japanese nor the US versions have.

Columbus - Ougon no Yoake (Japan) (Sample)
- - Matthew Callis

コロンブス ~黄金の夜明け~

Columbus - Ougon no Yoake (Japan) (Sample)

J.League Excite Stage '95 (Japan) (Prototype)
- - Matthew Callis

Jリーグエキサイトステージ’95

J.League Excite Stage '95 (Japan) (Prototype) J.League Excite Stage '95 (Japan) (Prototype)

Write up at SNESCentral.

FMC Disk Card Checker Ver 1.3 (Japan)
- - Matthew Callis

FMC カードチェッカー

FMC Card Checker was provided by Nintendo to game shops that used the Nintendo Disk Writer system to verify that disks written are valid or not. Nintendo Disk Writer allowed shows to sell rewritable disks for only only 500, about $5 USD.

I’ve also seen the ROM named FMC Disk Card Checker Ver 1.3 (Japan) (v1.2) (Developer Card).

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FMC Disk Card Checker Disk

Dot E Creator Contest (Japan)
- - Matthew Callis

ドット絵クリエイターコンテスト / コズミックシステム / Cosmic System

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This is the end result of a reader character design contest, specifically pixel art or “dot picture”, from the April 17th, 1987 issue of ファミマガ / Famimaga. It was sponsored by イマジニア / Imagineers, co-sponsored by Atlas and Tokuma Shoten (Famimaga).

The results of the contest were published in the August 7th, 1987 issue.

There were 23,141 contest entries, of those the highest award went to three people, another special award for two people, and an Excellence Award for 10 people.

Some Winners:

青森県の●屋さん
神奈川県の竹●さん
愛媛県の●沼さんがそれぞれ最優秀賞に輝いた

Write up translated from ファミコンの発売中止ソフト、発売不明ソフト、超希少周辺機器などを研究?してるページ