La NES (aka Famicom): sa vie, son oeuvre

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La NES (aka Famicom): sa vie, son oeuvre

Messagepar scaravagor » 26 sept. 2013, 14:04

A tous,


Je vous propose ce thread dédié à la NES.

On parle de tout (jeux, hardware, anecdotes, filles qui font des bulles....) tant qu'il y a rapport avec notre vieille boite grise qui nous émoustille toujours.


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Re: La NES (aka Famicom): sa vie, son oeuvre

Messagepar scaravagor » 26 sept. 2013, 14:23

Nintendo et la série M.

Qu'est ce que la série M?

Il s'agit en fait de tout les articles (meubles, PLV, borne de démonstration) que Nintendo destinait à ses (bons) revendeurs.
Le M viendrait-il de "Marketing"?

Le plus connu des séries M est le M82:

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Voici un copié/collé d'une liste venant du forum US NintendoAge qui n'est pas exhaustive mais énumère tout de même un grand nombre d'item de la série M.


M series of Nintendo items (signs, posters, displays, kiosks).

To see all the picts: http://www.nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Photos&User=bunnyboy&Album_ID=72#id72

Liste:
M1-4 placed in Calif and New York only:

M1 - "Robot Head" display, sits atop upper body unit in 3 part display, will be replaced by M93 in Jan 88.

M2 - "Upper Body" software display. Lighted case features assortment of Nintendo Game Pak screens. Sits atop M3 as center of display, will be replaced by M93 in Jan 88.

M3 - "Lower Body" hardware display. All components of the deluxe set, lighted game screens, bottom of M1/M2, $150, will be replaced by M93 in Jan 88.

M4 - "Pedestal" for M3, heavy black stand, $50, will not be replaced.

N64M05PB - N64 Paper Mario Vinyl Banner. 36"w x 25"h

M6 - Working product shelf display. The M6 display is a black plexiglass shelf which allows a store to strap down a control deck for play. The Nintendo control deck does not ship with the M6 display. Value = $20.

M8 - Game Selectable Display. The M8 features 15 Nintendo Games, 2 controllers and one Zapper light gun. The games in the M8 display cannot be changed in the field. Value = $350.00. Discontinued item. Many M8 displays will be replaced with the M82's in 1988. Stores should check with their Buyers for advise on replacements. Has serial number. There are 3 versions of this known, each with a different set of game. Pictures of each are in the database

M8 Service Manual

M9 - Lighted Hardware Display. Features all components of Nintendo Deluxe Set in plexiglass case. Utilizes non-working (dummy) product. Value = $150. M9 displays in field to be "reworked" in Jan 1988--ROB (robot) will be removed. Has serial number. Picts in database

M9A - "Pedestal" for M9 display. Slightly smaller than the M4 pedestal, the M9A serves as a base for the M9 display. Value = $50. Discontinued item. Will not be produced again. Will not be replaced in 1988, to remain in use.

M10 - Game Pak Display. Features 10 Nintendo Game Pak boxes mounted in a black plexiglass frame. The M10 can sit on top of the static display, or can hang from the front of other Nintendo displays. Often stores will use 2 M10 displays for a total of 20 Game Paks. Value = $25.00 per unit of 10. Beginning November 1987 the M10 boxes will have a foam core so they will not be crushed as easily. Replacement boxes are available at Nintendo on request (specify game).

M11 - exists, some kind of POP material

M12 - exists, some kind of POP material

M13Z - The Legend of Zelda POP. A POP designed to further promote excitement for The Legend of Zelda Game Pak.

M14 - Control Deck Tray display. This display features a vacuum formed tray which holds a Nintendo control deck for play. A back card demonstrates the many features of the Nintendo Entertainment System A dummy Super Mario Game Pak is mounted on the tray of the M14. Value = $125.00. Back card will be replaced in January 1988 without ROB (robot). Has serial number.

M14A - Control Deck tray without control deck. The M14A is identical to the M14 except it is shipped without the control deck. (This component is provided by the store.) Value = $50.00. Back card will be replaced in January 1988 without ROB (robot).

M15A - Game Pak Poster, Card. The M15A is a laminated, easel back 8"x10" sign featuring all Nintendo titles currently available.

M15B - Game Pak Poster, Hanging. The NES M15B is a laminated, 32"x20" sign featuring all Nintendo titles currently available which can be hung in stores.

M16A - Mike Tyson, Punch Out!! POP. A POP featuring Mike Tyson who is endorsing Punch Out!! Nintendo's exciting new boxing game. To begin shipping in November 1987.

M16B - Life size Mike Tyson, Punch Out!! POP. A 5'11" POP display featuring the champ and Punch Out!! To begin shipping in limited quantities to selected accounts in mid-November 1987.

M17A - Nintendo Vacuum-formed Logo. An 11"h X 48"w 2-sided hanging sign of the Nintendo logo. Ships with two 3' black strings and ceiling hooks. Value = $40.00. To begin shipping in January 1988.

M17B - Logo Display - Nintendo Vacuum-formed Logo (one sided). An 8"h X 30"w one-sided header featuring the Nintendo logo. The reverse side is black liner with a printed logo. Ships with brackets to fit peg board or slat wall. Value = $30.00. To begin shipping January 1988.

M17C - Nintendo Acrylic Logo "Topper". A 4"h X 13" heat-bent display sign which stands on top of T.V., monitor, counter, or shelf. Comes with re-positionable tape feet. To begin shipping January 1988.

M17D - Nintendo Vacuum-formed Logo Shelf Talkers (sets of 8). A 2"w x 2"h plastic shelf strip with re-positionable tape (does not leave residue). To begin shipping January 1988.Later description: Features Nintendo Logo and reposition tape. Set of 4. 1.5"h x 24"w x 1.5"d / 0.9lbs / 0.2cf

M17G - NES Logo Game Trak Tray. Injection molded styrene tray holds 14 games and can be used in the NES M18K counter display and NES M18X floor organizer or on shelf. Comes in a set of 4. 2"h x 7.5"w x 14.42"d / 4.3lbs / 0.5cf

M17I - Nintendo Logo Show-case Game Pak Holder. Rear-loading styrene unit holds 32 game paks with 4 facing. Use in rear-loading glass showcase. 6"h x 21.5"w x 8"d / 2.8lbs / 0.35cf

M17S - Double-side Logo Hang Display. Vac-form sign, complete with hardware, features the Nintendo Seal of Quality. 20"h x 48"w x 2.5"d / 7.0lbs / 1.7cf

M17W* - Dimensional Shelf Talker - Set of 4 talkers with reposition tape. 2"x24"x2" / 0.9lbs / 0.17cf

M18F - Lighted Secure Game Pak Floor Merchansider - Floor standing unit can display a variety of game paks and accessories. Lockable tempered glass sliding doors, removable base to fit standard gondolas. 110 volts. 67"x48"x18" / 210lbs / 58.99cf

M18G - Lighted Game Pak Case - Secure with lockable glass doors. Holds game paks and accessories. 110 volts. UL approved. 67"x48"x18" / 210lbs / 58.99cf

M18Z - 3 System Interactive Demonstration Tower - Exciting hands-on display demonstrates NES, Game Boy, and Super NES all as one unit. Illuminated header highlights game paks. Stereo sound on Game Boy and Super NES. Illuminated graphics on base. Product is featured behind a secured, illuminated enclosure. Comes fully equipped including product, graphics, and high resolution TV monitors. 110 volts. UL and CSA approved. 84"x48" / 350lbs / 120cf

M20 - Adventure of Link counter card. A POP featuring the excitement of this new Adventure Series game. To begin shipping in February 1988.

M25 - refillable display with a demo Player's guide attached

M25C - Nintendo Power Information Center. The system for displaying all your official Nintendo publications. Black powder coated wire racks fit standard peg board. Comes with 3", 5", 5" and 7" racks plus header. 70"h x 24"w x 13"d / 39.4lbs / 9.54cf

M25F - 5" rack for M25I

M25G - 3" rack for M25I.

M25H - Vac-formed center header for M25I.

M25I - Free Standing Floor Frame. This steel frame combines with the NES M25C to form a free standing Nintendo publications center. 70"h x 24"w x 24"d / 40lbs / 5.0cf.

M25J - Nintendo Power Revolving Information Center. 360 degree revolving 4-tiered publication rack holds all your official Nintendo publications. Black powder coated unit features vac-formed Nintendo Power Information Center Header. 72"h x 24"w x 24"d / 40lbs / 5cf

M25K - Single Slot Pegboad Brochure Holder - Wire holder fits most pegboard configurations and has a Nintendo Logo. 8"x4"x2" / 0.5lbs / 0.1cf

M25L - Nintendo Power Single Slot Pegboard / Counter Publication Holder. Holds Nintendo Power magazines or Game Atlas and fits any standard pegboard. Can also sit on counter or shelf. 12"h x 9"w x 3"d / 2.5lbs / 1.0cf

M26 - Player's Guide only with cable and plastic cover

M29 - The Superstars Header now showing sign. Molded plastic, holds 5 game pak boxes.

M29A - Interchangeable 3-D Light Box Display - Exciting 3-D graphics draw consumer attention. Display has locking mechanism. Comes with NES, Game Boy, and Super NES duratrans. Updated periodically by NMI field force. 110 volts. 24"x19"x9" / 14.4lbs / 3.69cf

M29T - Nintendo Top Hits sign. Molded plastic, holds 2 NES game boxes, 3 SNES game boxes, and 3 Game Boy game boxes behind a locking clear plastic cover.

M30C - Super Mario Bros 3 Counter Card. Colorful, vac-formed dimensional counter display. 20"h x 13"w / 2.2lbs / 0.31cf

M30G - NES Open Tournament Golf Mobile / Counter Display. Two-sided, metalic embossed, 2-position display can sit on counter or hang from ceiling. Shows Mario having a great day of golf. 16"h x 15"w / 0.8lbs / 0.05cf

M31C - NES Challenge Set Counter Display. Colorful, vac-formed, dimensional counter card display depicts the hardware and describes what comes in new system configuration. 16"h x 14"w x 2.0lbs / 1.0cf

M32D - Seal of Quality counter sign

M32SA - Super Mario Land 2 - 6 Golden Coins plastic Gameboy sign, 17"x10.5". Same image on both sides.

M32SB - Kirby's Dream Land poster, 18.5"x11.5" uncut. Nothing on back.

M32WM - MegaMan 6 and Star Tropics 2 - Zoda's Revenge plastic sign, 17"x10.5"

M36 - World of Nintendo lighted sign with stars

M36* - Fiberoptic Hanging Sign (New Version) - Exciting new multi-image design complete with installation hardware and replacement bulb. 15"x36"x8" / 27.8lbs / 2.23cf

M36B - NES Fiberoptic Hang / Shelf Display. Two-sided version of M36E

M36E - NES Fiberoptic Hang / Shelf Display. Multi-image enhancing logo sign comes with chains, ceiling hooks, and spare bulb. Also comes in a two-sided version, the NES M36B. 110 volts. 16"h x 36"w x 8"d / 27.1lbs / 4.44cf

M36N - World of Nintendo lighted sign with seal of quality

M36R - World of Nintendo Superbrite Neo-Neon Logo - 36" unique lighted sign hangs from ceiling or sits on a shelf. Has the brightness and feel of conventional neon, but uses two flourescent bulbs. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 18"x36"x6" / 39lbs / 3.34cf

M36W* - Revolving Fiber Optic Hanging Globe - 360 degree spherical fiberoptic light show features Mario and Nintendo Seal of Quality. Globe is vacuum metalized with lensatic borders for eye-catching appeal. Complete with installation hardware and replacement bulbs. 110 volts. 30"x36" / 40lbs / 22.5cf

M37B - We Have Nintendo sign - World of Nintendo Low Rise Logo Sign

M37N - Superbrite Signs (also M91N) - Nintendo sign, fake neon on one side and plain on the other. 32" x 10.5" x 6".

M37R - Nintendo Superbrite Neo-Neon Logo - 36" exciting sign can hang from ceiling or sit on shelf. Has brightness and feel of conventional neon; but uses two flourescent bulbs. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 11.5"h x 36"w x 6"d / 31.1lbs / 2.56cf

M37XB - Nintendo Neon Logo SIgn - 9"h x 30"w

M40M - Mario Dimensional Statue - 4' high Mario figure. 26"wx48"hx25"d / 38lbs / 18cf

M40W - World of Nintendo Logo Display - 6-color vac-formed logo which hangs at the department front of attaches to gondola top rail. 24"x30"x2" / 11lbs / 4.38cf

M42W - World of Nintendo Sign - silver globe sign with seal

M71I - Lighted "Nintendo Power Features" Laser Disc Interactive Display - Tubular injection-molded display comes with 20" JVC TV and laser disc player. Fully lockable with 3 speaker stereo sound. Changeable key pad features 40 "immediate touch" buttons for game pak previews, Nintendo Power features, sneak previews, hardware and accessories. Removable base to fit standard gondola. 110 volt, UL and CSA approved. 77"x48"x24" (84" with base) / 180lbs / 63.75cf

M72 - VHS player, 4 copies of Nintendo game play video, head cleaner. From the Merchandisers Manual, Dec 1987:
NEW DISPLAYS IN TOYS "R" US
43 Toys "R" Us stores have recently been shipped a new version Nintendo display, the NES M72. This display consists of a VHS player, 4 copies of the Nintendo game play video, and a head cleaner. These stores are testing the effectiveness of this display format in place of the NES M8 which has been used in this account to date. Please check the stores in your territory on your next call to them (after Jan. 15th) to see that the picture on the tape is bright and clear, and that the display is working properly. Ask the Dept. or Store Manager if they have had any questions or problems with the display, and note these comments on your call report.
If the picture is not clear, you should as the Manager to open the display case so that you may assist in cleaning the heads on the player and changing the tape. Clean the heads following the instructions on the head cleaner. Discard the old tape and insert a new copy of the game play video. Please write "M72 INFO." on the top corner of the call report so we can pay special attention to your comments.
You should contact Susan Sigel or your Regional Manager if you have any questions or problems with the NES M72.

M72I - "Nintendo Power Features" Laser Disc Interactive Display - All the features of the M71I, but smaller. 77"x30"x24" (84" with base) / 160lbs / 41.25cf

M73T - GameBoy N64 Kiosk
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M74F - Laser Disc Game Sampler Hang System - Ceiling mount that features a lockable platform for the 20" TV and a laser disc. Disc shows NES, Game Boy, and Super NES game play. 110 volts. 30"x21"x21" / 75lbs / 10.0cf

M74K - Laser Disc Game Sampler Floor System - Black pedestal mount designed for minimum space usage and maximum flash. This unit comes with a 20" TV and a non-interactive laser disc sampler system in a lockable compartment. Comes with a disc of game play for NES, Game Boy, and Super NES. 110 volts. 66"x21"x20" / 100 lbs / 15.0cf

M80 - Super NES Counter Display. Colorful, vac-formed dimensional countercard display depicts the hardware and describes what comes in system. 20"h x 14"w / 1.5lbs / 0.2cf

M80A - Super NES Lighted Interactive Demonstration Floor Display. Complete with Super NES, 2 controllers, and Super Mario World gamepak. This hi-tech, modular vac-formed injection molded lockable unit allows for hands-on play action. Superb stereo sound, 20" RGB color monitor and unique game screen graphics make this display truly stimulating. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 84"h x 36"w x 48"d / 480lbs / 45.0cf

M80B - Super Nintendo Injection Molded Logo Sign. Two-sided multi-use logo which clamps to gondola top rail, hangs from ceiling or attaches to pegboard/slatwall. 7.5"h x 31"w x 1"d / 6.6lbs / 0.65cf

M80C - Super NES Lighted Interactive Demonstration Counter Display with 13" TV. Comes complete with Super NES System, 2 controllers, Super Mario World game pak. This hi-tech, vac-formed and injection molded lockable counter unit allows hands-on play. Superb stereo sound, 13" high resolution RGB color, flat screen monitor and unique controllers make this display a must have. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 28"h x 22"w x 22"d / 30lbs / 3.0cf

M80D - Super Nintendo Logo Shelf Talker. Vac-formed, dimensional shelf talker comes in sets of 4 with reposition tape. 2"h x 24"w x 2"d / 0.9lbs / 0.2cf

M80E - Super Nintendo Logo Topper. Black acrylix sign for top of TV or shelf. Comes with reposition tape. 4"h x 12"w x 2"d / 0.6lbs / 0.2cf

M80G - Super Nintendo Logo Game Pak Tray. Injection molded styrene holds 10 games and can be used in NES M18K counter and NES M18X floor displays or on shelf. Comes in set of 3. 2"h x 7.5"w x 14.5"d / 2.4lbs / 3.0cf
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M80I - Super Nintendo Logo Show-case Game Pak Organizer. Styrene unit holds 24 game paks in 3 facings and can be used in rear loading glass showcase. 6"h x 22"w x 7.5"d / 2.5lbs / 1.0cf

M80L - Super Nintendo Counter Demonstration Display Base. Wood and vac-formed base featuring logo identification. Use with NES M80C for gondola or free-standing placement. 36"h x 18"w x 24"d / 47lbs / 5.0cf

M80R - Super Nintendo Entertainment System Neo-Neon Logo Sign. 36" display hangs from ceiling or sits on shelf. Has the brightness and feel or conventional neon but uses flourescent bulbs. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 11.5"h x 36"w x 6"d / 30lbs / 2.6cf

M80S - Super Nintendo Fiberoptic Hang / Shelf Logo Display. Multi-image enhanging logo sign comes with chains, ceiling hooks and spare bulb. Dynamic graphic presentation with bursts of lights. 110 volts, 16"h x 36"w x 8"d / 28.2lbs / 4.5cf

M80Y - Vac-formed Mario / Yoshi Display. 24" two-sided dimensional four color vac-formed Mario riding Yoshi sign. Can hang from ceiling or attach to top rail of gondola. 24"h x 22"w x 2"d / 3.6lbs / 0.82cf

M80Z - F-Zero Mobile / Counter Display. Two-sided metallic foil graphics depicting game pak racing action and futuristic ambience. Display can sit on counter or hang from ceiling. 16"h x 12"w / 1.5lbs / 0.18cf

M81AB - Super Mario All Stars Banner. Cloth banner for free game with purchase of Super NES Super Set. Good thru Oct 31, 1993. Part #27974 48"w x 23"h

M81C - Super NES Lighted Interactive Demonstration Counter Display with 20" TV. Comes complete with Super NES System, 2 controllers, Super Mario World game pak. This lockable unit has metal, vac-formed and injection molded plastic parts; plus, allows hands-on play. Superb stereo sound with three speakers, 20" JVC color TV (Do not use on glass show case.) 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 26"h x 27"w x 34"d / 82lbs / 6.0cf

M81G - Lockable, Super NES Lighted Game Pak Floor Organizer. Four foot display comes with vac-formed sides and is completely secure with lockable sliding doors. Holds a combination of games and accessories. Removable base to fit standard gondolas. 110 volts. 67"h x 48"w x 18"d / 210lbs / 58.99cf

M81L - Super NES Counter Demonstration Display Base. Wood and vac-formed plastic base featuring logo identification. Use with M81C for gondola or free-standing placement. 26"h x 21"w x 27"d / 58lbs / 6.0cf

M81M - Zelda III Mobile / Counter Display. Two-sided, embossed metallic graphics portraying exciting elements of the Zelda III game pak. This authentic shield-like display can sit on counter of hang from ceiling. 16"h x 12"d / 2lbs / 0.2cf

M81MD - Stunt Race FX Banner. Made out of heavy vinyl, same image both sides, 23.5"x35.5".

M81S - Super NES Super Scope 6 Mobile. Large, colorful, two-sided vac-formed dimensional mobile that depicts the unit, plus 6 games included. Can be attached to top rail or shelf. Also can hang from ceiling. 18"h x 18"w / 3.5lbs / 1.0cf

M82 - Game Selectable Display. The M82 features 12 Nintendo Games, 2 controllers, one Zapper and can be fitted with 2 additional accessories. The M82 allows for games to be replaced and updated in the field, however GAME CHANGES ARE ONLY TO BE DONE WITH PRIOR NINTENDO WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION. Value = $450.00. To begin shipping to selected accounts in mid-November. Majority of M82 shipments will be after January 1, 1988.

There are PAL and NTSC versions of this which are visually the same. Has serial number.
From the Merchandisers Manual, Dec 1987:
WALMART M82 DISPLAYS
Nearly 700 Walmart stores nationwide are being shipped the new version interactive display, the NES M82. This display is pictured in your NMI Manual in the Display Information section. Please assist the Walmart stores in your territory in setting up this new display, following the instructions included in the display shipping carton.
Although this display is designed to allow game pak changes in the field, YOU ARE NOT TO CHANGE THE GAME PAK CONFIGURATIONS IN NES M82 DISPLAY UNLESS SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY NINTENDO. Should a store request game pak changes, you should advise them that you are not able to make these changes at this time. All displays are being shipped with a customized game pak mix requested by the account Buyer.
A repair manual for the M82 is in the works and will be forwarded to you shortly after the first of the year. Please note that the M82 has a highly advanced circuit system, and as such requires extra case. This display is also quite valuable (cost $450.00), so if you see these displays in back rooms you should as the store if you can help to set it up.
Please contact Anne Smith or Susan Sigel at NMI headquarters with any M82 display questions or problems which may arise.

M82 Field Test instuctions - people had to note which games were in each slot, if the timer was working, and do a shock test which was hitting the box and listening for loose parts

M82 Service Manual - shows how to open, replace controllers, and plug in timer harness. Official star screwdriver bit included, people actually had to sign off saying this bit is property of NOA

M83 - Ken Griffey Jr Floor Display. Nintendo Part #29252

M84C - Super Game Boy Ceiling hanging sign. Molded plastic, same image both sides, 18"x11.5".

M86RM - Super Mario RPG ceiling hanging sign. Made out of thick cardboard, same image both sides, 15.5"x12".

M90D - Gameboy Logo Shelf Talker. Vac-formed dimensional shelf talker in set of 4 with reposition tape. 2"h x 24"w x 2"d / 0.8lbs / 0.17cf

M90G - Game Boy Game Pak Tray. Injection molded styrene that holds 14 games and can be used in the NES M90K counter and NES M90X floor displays or on the shelf. Comes in a set of 4. 2"h x 6"w x 14.5"d / 2.4lbs / 0.21cf

M90I - Game Boy Logo Showcase Game Pak Holder. Styrene unit holds 32 game paks with 4 facing. Use in rear loading glass showcases. 6"h x 21.5"w x 8"d / 2.8lbs / 0.35cf

M90M - Gameboy Fiberoptic Hang / Shelf Display. Multi-image enhancing logo sign comes with chains, ceiling hooks and spare bulb. 110 volts. 11.5"h x 36"w x 6"d / 31.3lbs / 2.56cf

M90V - Gameboy Single Player Counter Display. Hands-on action for one player. Fully secure. Includes Game Boy, game pak, 3-D graphics and stereo sound. 110 volts, UL approved. 24"h x 15"w x 10.5"d / 27.6lbs / 3.6cf

M91B - Gameboy Injection Molded Logo Display. Two sided, multi-use logo which will clamp to gondola top rail, hang from ceiling or attach to pegboard/slatwall. 7.5"h x 31"w x 1"d / 5.0lbs / 0.58cf

M91G - Gameboy Lockable, Lighted Game Pak Floor Organizer. Completely secure with lockable sliding doors. Holds a combination of games and accessories. Removable base to fit standard gondolas. 110 volts. 67"h x 48"w x 18"d / 210lbs / 58.99cf

M91J - Gameboy Secure Hi-Rise Game Pak Storage Unit. Vac-formed counter/cash register merchandiser allows quick gravity-feed access to Game Boy game paks. Shows 30 facings in locked front and holds over 400 game paks in locked back storage area. Attaches with two adjustable chrome legs for various heights and depths. 59"h x 60"w x 31"d / 255lbs / 33.2cf

M91M - Metroid II Mobile Display. Exciting two-sided, embossed metalized foam core display. (Shows front and back of Samus) Can be mounted on top rail of gondola or shelf; plus, can hang from ceiling. 17"h x 13"w / 2lbs / 1.0cf

M91N - see M37N

M91P - Gameboy Super R.C. Pro-Am Counter Card/Mobile. Two-sided, dimensional, die-cut, 2 position display can sit on counter or hang from ceiling. 16"h x 13"w / 1.75lbs / 0.8cf

M91Q - Integrated Demonstration Game Boy Floor Display. Freestanding or optional gondola mountable interactive display. Eye catching Game Boy graphics, allows user to play while other customers view live action on overhead screen. Complete with high resolution 12" TV, Demo Boy electronics and stereo sound. Secured easy access to internal components. Spot light illumination highlights Game Boy, game pak features area for other titles. Formed plastic and steel construction. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 84"h x 20"w x 20"d / 150lbs / 20.0cf

M91R - Game Boy Superbrite Neo-Neon Logo. Sign hangs or sits on shelf. Has the brightness and feel of conventional neon, but uses two flourescent bulbs. 110 volts, UL and CSA approved. 16"h x 36"w x 8"d / 27.7lbs / 4.72cf

M92 - Non-lighted hardware display. Features all components of Nintendo Deluxe Set in lightweight plexiglass case. Value = $125. Last 600 M92's to be produced in Oct 1987. M92 displays to be reworked in January 1988--ROB (robot) will be removed. Has serial number.

M92V - Integrated Game Boy Counter Display. All the features of the NES M91Q except a smaller unit which is designated for counter or shelf use. Complete with high resolution 9" b/w TV and Demo Boy electronics. 110 volt. UL and CSA approved. 24"h x 13"w x 15"d / 35lbs / 5.0cf

M93 - Non-lighted hardware display. Features components of Nintendo Control Deck, special Nintendo Game Paks and new Nintendo hardware (e.g. Advantage Joystick). Production to begin in Dec 1987. Has serial number.

M93I - Virtual Boy playable kiosk

M98DS - Game Boy Color Dual Shelf Display - Holds two Game Boy Color systems. 32"w x14"d.

M98GB - Game Boy Color Banner. Made out of a heavy plastic/vinyl, same image on both sides. 36"x26".

M98GD - Game Boy Color Counter Display. P/#39096. Kiosk with integrated Game Boy Color. 16"h x 9"w x 12"d

M99 - 16 Foot World of Nintendo - Welcome to our "linear" WORLD OF NINTENDO. Everything your consumers need for video game entertainment. Simply add and endcap, item table, or bulk stacker and you're set for 1992.

The WON In-line Display Program - A complete modular system for linear arrangement. Mix and match for use as needed. Can fit on gondola bases. All electrical displays and 110 volts, UL approved.

M99D* - Drawer Base Module - Three locking drawers for game paks. 29"x48"x21" / 235lbs / 39cf

M99E* - Open Shelf Base Module - Open storage for hardware, accessories, and licensed products. Comes with adjustable shelves. 29"x48"x21" / 162lbs / 26.03cf

M99F* - Base Module Kick Plate - For conversion to floor standing units. 4"x48"x24" / 10lbs / 2.67cf

M99K/M* - Lighted Game Boy / NES Interactive Demonstration Module - Modular unit has one 13" color TV and one 12" b/w TV with Demo Boy, one control deck with Super Mario Bros 3 cartridge. Fully secure. Can fit on any base module. 52"x48"x21" / 250lbs / 30.3cf

M99L* - Lockable Base Module - Unit has sliding, tempered glass locking doors. Comes with adjustable shelves. 29"x48"x21" / 290lbs / 29.5cf

M99Q* - Duratrans Graphics Base Module - Unit has two duratrans behind locking acrylic doors (Will be changed periodically by the NMI field force) 29"x48"x21" / 175lbs / 16.9cf

M99S - 20" Monitor

M99S* - Lighted Super NES Interactive Demonstration Module - Unit has one 20" RGB color monitor, one control deck, 2 controllers, one Super Mario World game pak. Fully secure. Can fit on any base module. 52"x48"x21" / 290lbs / 40.3cf

M99W* - Lighted Licensed Product Module - Statwall back comes with adjustable acrylic shelves and hooks for accessories and product. Can fit on any base module. 52"x48"x21" / 107.3lbs / 36.07cf

M99X* - Lighted Secure Game Pak Module - Lockable tempered glass sliding doors. Peg-board back shows multiple game pak facings and accessories. Can fit on any base module. 52"x48"x21" / 130lbs / 36.07cf

M102 - Game Pak display featuring laminated game card "plaques". Actual configuration for the M102 is still in development.

M112 - Clear plastic counter display with pockets. Holds 100 Take One brochures. Stands on top of the counter or Static Display. Will be available in January 1988.

M114 - Tree Slot Take-One Brochure Holder - Clack acrylic triangular spinning brochure display, holds 50 each of NES, Game Boy and Super NES brochures. 12"x7" / 4lbs / 1.0cf

M122 - Take One Brochure (new version). A multiple page brochure featuring the many benefits of the NES. Will be available January 1988.

M124P - Game Boy Pocket Counter Display/brochure holder. About 13" tall, made of clear plexiglass.
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Messagepar scaravagor » 26 sept. 2013, 14:31

LES VARIATIONS DE BOITES

Chez Nintendo ont était très facétieux.

Voici un petit panel de variations de boites (et de noms) entre version PAL et NTSC.


Et de variations (majeures) PAL - PAL
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Messagepar scaravagor » 26 sept. 2013, 14:36

LES JEUX LICENCIES EXOTIQUES
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Messagepar Minouche » 26 sept. 2013, 19:33

Intéressant ton avis sur le "M" pour Marketing.

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Messagepar scaravagor » 27 sept. 2013, 10:50

Minouche a écrit :Intéressant ton avis sur le "M" pour Marketing.



C'est une pure supputation de ma part mais ça tient la route.

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 30 sept. 2013, 12:46

Tiens ce sera l'occasion de débattre sur cette fameuse histoire de sceaux horizontale et verticale.

On en a discuté Samedi. Je te disais que PstyleZ avait une théorie intéressante.

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Messagepar scaravagor » 01 oct. 2013, 12:08

dams43mwa a écrit :Tiens ce sera l'occasion de débattre sur cette fameuse histoire de sceaux horizontale et verticale.

On en a discuté Samedi. Je te disais que PstyleZ avait une théorie intéressante.



J'attends la théorie de PstyleZ ici même avec impatience!

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Messagepar PstyleZ » 01 oct. 2013, 12:45

Pas vraiment une théorie, plutôt un constat !

pour compléter un Deluxe Set Bandai code boite FAH-1 (dernier deluxe set produit) il faut normalement Duck Hunt et Gyromite en boite dans leur version Double Sceau verticaux ovales.

Voilà des sceaux dont je parle, j'ai pas de photo sous la main pour les jeux concernés mais c'est la même :^

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c'est facile de trouver un Duck Hunt dans cette édition mais perso j'arrive pas à trouver de Gyromite, ça fait x temps que je le cherche j'en ai vu 1 une fois dans un état lamentable que j'ai pas pris, dans le même lpas de temps j'ai vu un million de duck hunt avec les sceaux verticaux ou de gyromite avec d'autres sceaux.

A mon avis Gyromite dans cette édition est très rare, car durant cette période ROB seul n'était plus en vente, le seul moyen d'obtenir un ROB était d'acheter le deluxe set et dans le deluxe il y avait déjà gyromite.

Du coup aucun n'interet de vendre des Gyromite seul à la période double sceau verticaux sauf pour satisfaire la micro demande de mec qui ont perdu leur exemplaire du deluxe ou de mecs qui avaient acheté un rob au début et je ne parle meme pas des mecs qui voudraient jouer à ce jeu à la manette :lol:

Du coup c'est archi relou à compléter ce putain de pack :evil: si jamais t'en croise un fais moi signe !
T'as moins d'avenir entre les mains qu'une sage-femme roumaine.

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 01 oct. 2013, 22:25

Je précise qu'on est 2 à chercher ce puta** de Gyromite ! ^^

Et moi je disais que je ne comprenais pas pourquoi sur mon Deluxe Set il y a 2 gros sceaux horizontal, et que les jeux devraient être à sceaux vertical...

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 11:40

Je profite de ce topic pour vous poser une petite requête. Christophe si tu passes par là... Il me manque quelques codes sur la liste du Full Set que je remet au propre.

Alors je ne veux pas tout les codes complets etc... Pour l'instant, je fais simple. Pour un jeu "X", si il est sortie en France, je marque FR. Point barre. Si il est sortit ailleurs, je met le code du pays dans lequel il est le plus courant. Et si c'est une exclue, ben le seul code dispo... Donc priorité au FR !

Merci d'avance à ceux qui pourront m'aider. :yeah:

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Anticipation
Baseball
Battleship - NOE
Bigfoot
Championship rally
City connection - ESP
Deja Vu
Formula 1 sensation - NOE
Guerrilla War
Indy HeatDanny Sullivan's
Iron Tank: The Invasion of Normandy
Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off-Road - FRA
Journey to Silius
Knight rider
Miracle, The Piano teaching system
Rockin Kats - NOE
Shadow Warriors 2
Shatterhand - ESP
Stadium Events Family fun fitness
Star Force
Super Spy Hunter
Tecmo Cup Football Game
Tennis Classic series
WWF King of The Ring
WWF Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge - FRA
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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 11:57

J'ai rajouté quelques codes en rouge que je pense avoir trouvé, mais sans certitudes... A confirmer !

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Messagepar scaravagor » 22 oct. 2013, 12:14

Je ne suis pas sûr d'avoir tout compris :lol:



Alfred Chicken- NOE
Anticipation - EEC
Baseballn - ESP
Battleship - NOE
Bigfoot - NOE
Championship rally - ESP
City connection - ESP
Deja Vu - scn
Formula 1 sensation - NOE
Guerrilla War - ESP
Indy HeatDanny Sullivan's - ESP
Iron Tank: The Invasion of Normandy -ESP
Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off-Road - FRA
Journey to Silius - NOE
Knight rider - ESP
Miracle, The Piano teaching system - FRA
Rockin Kats - NOE
Shadow Warriors 2 - NOE
Shatterhand - ESP
Stadium Events Family fun fitness - EEC
Star Force - SCN
Super Spy Hunter - ESP
Tecmo Cup Football Game - ESP
Tennis Classic series - NOE
WWF King of The Ring - - NOE
WWF Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge - FRA
Zen Intergalactic Ninja - NOE[/quote]

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Messagepar ivankaiser » 22 oct. 2013, 12:23

Il va mettre ça sur limited edition pour se faire mousser par ses amis limited... :lol:
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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 12:25

Je vais mettre ça nul part !

Je le garde pour moi. C'est pour finir de remplir les fichiers que Christophe m'avait gentiment fait tourner. :)

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 12:31

Bon en fait j'ai tout trouvé sur le site de Donalduck21, qui est superbement bien foutu ! Ca faisait un moment que j'en cherchais un comme ça !

D'ailleurs Christophe je vois qu'il te remercie. Je suppose que tu as donc contribué.

Par contre, j'ai remarqué 2-3 petites choses entre ce que tu as écris ici, et ce qui est sur le site.

Shadow Warriors 2 - NOE (lui il le référence en ESP et FRG)
Stadium Events Family fun fitness - EEC (ce qui veut dire qu'il est trouvable dans tout les pays PAL ? Dont la France ?)
Star Force - SCN (lui il le référence comme EEC)

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Messagepar ivankaiser » 22 oct. 2013, 12:37

De toute façon nous savons tout les 3 à quoi va servir cette liste :looseman:
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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 12:47

Autre question :

Athletic World - Family Fun Fitness : est référencé en EEC et NOE. A t'il était vendu en France un jour ? Pour savoir si il doit être intégré à la liste du Full FR...

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 13:00

Encore une autre question... Pour moi, Batman Returns est une exclue Allemande. Donalduck le référence du coup en NOE.
Et pourtant il le met dans la liste du full FR avec un code entre parenthèse : NES-BX-FRA.

Ce jeu serait sortit en France ? :shock:

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Messagepar PstyleZ » 22 oct. 2013, 13:14

oui il est sorti en france.

et family fun fitness oui il a été vendu en france, la boite est eur pas eec, avec les 6 langues, et il existe une notice avec du français, mais code HOL, je n'ai jamais vu de notice FRA (par contre c'est sur qu'il a été vendu en france).

Je ne sais aps si c'est la version HOL qui a été vendu en France, par contre une spécificité de cette version c'est que le stickers de la cartouche possede le code USA mais c'est pourtant bien une pal B hol (visible au dos)
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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 13:40

Ok merci pour ces précisions.

Du coup le Batman possède obligatoirement un code FRA ?
Pas possible qu'il ait été vendu chez nous en NOE ?

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Messagepar PstyleZ » 22 oct. 2013, 13:45

le batman returns boite notice cartouche FRA
T'as moins d'avenir entre les mains qu'une sage-femme roumaine.

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 13:48

Je sais pas pourquoi je m'emballe comme ça en plus, puisque je l'avais déjà référencé en FRA... Je sais pas pourquoi tout d'un coup je le crois en exclue NOE...

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Messagepar scaravagor » 22 oct. 2013, 14:30

Effectivement je me souviens avoir filé il y a bien des codes à l'mai Donalduck21.

Alors en vrac:

Shadow Warriors 2 - NOE (lui il le référence en ESP et FRG)
==> le ESP c'est sûr. Et sinon il existe en NOE et FRG. C'est un cas assez courant outre Rhin.

Stadium Events Family fun fitness - EEC (ce qui veut dire qu'il est trouvable dans tout les pays PAL ? Dont la France ?)
EEC ne veut pas dire qu'il est sorti en France. A ma connaissance il est sorti en Allemagne et en Suède avec un légère variation de boite d'ailleurs. Mais à priori le serial est EEC pour les 2.
Et jamais sorti en France...

Star Force - SCN (lui il le référence comme EEC)
Il existe en SCN et EEC.

Batman Returns

Bien sorti en France FRA

Athletic World - Family Fun Fitness : est référencé en EEC et NOE.

Comme le dit PstyleZ "oui il a été vendu en france, la boite est eur pas eec, avec les 6 langues, et il existe une notice avec du français, mais code HOL, je n'ai jamais vu de notice FRA (par contre c'est sur qu'il a été vendu en france)."

J'ai également déjà eu la cartouche code USA avec jeu PAL. Mais il y a également une cartouche EEC. Pour un code NOE je ne sais pas.

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Messagepar dams43mwa » 22 oct. 2013, 14:48

Ok merci pour toutes ces précisions ! ;)


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