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Korean Super Game 270
Post Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 4:39 pm
I've acquired various Korean compilation cartridges, trying to list the content of some.

This one is called Super Game 270
Product Number: GB-2701
Type: Mega ROM

It has a startup menu with an artwork and playing My Hero's great boss music.
There's 10 sub-menus, labeled 1 to 9 and A.
Each menu has 27 entries, making a total of 270 'games'.

Of course they aren't unique games. I have listed the entries from the first 5 sub-menus as of yet (130 unique entries). Entries with a + denote the first time a new game is introduced. So far on the 130 entries I've checked, there is 58 unique games. Many entries are hacked usually to blank out logo/copyright infos or to jump directly to a later level.

Group 1
1-01  + SMS Comical Machine Gun Joe
1-02  + MSX Knightmare
1-03  + SMS Astro Flash
1-04  + MSX Cabbage Patch Kids
1-05  + SMS Teddy Boy Blues
1-06  + ??? Bogle Bogle
1-07  + MSX The Goonies
1-08  + SMS Seishun Scandal
1-09  + MSX Comic Bakery
1-10  + MSX Galaga
1-11  + MSX Adventure Island (broken)
1-12  + SMS Pit Pot
1-13  + SG  Lode Runner
1-14  + ??? Super Columns + Tetris / (C) 1990 Hi-Com
1-15  + SG  Bomb Jack
1-16  + MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu
1-17  + MSX Magical Tree
1-18  + SMS Ghost House
1-19  + MSX King's Valley
1-20  + MSX Antartic Adventure
1-21  + MSX Tank Battalion
1-22  + SG  Gulkave
1-23  + SG  Soukoban
1-24  + MSX Ninja-Kun
1-25  + MSX Twin Bee
1-26  + MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu II
1-27  + MSX Hyper Olympic 2

Group 2
2-01    MSX Hyper Olympic 2
2-02  + SG  Safari Hunting
2-03    MSX Tank Battalion
2-04  + MSX Road Fighter
2-05  + MSX Yellow Submarine
2-06    MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu II
2-07    SMS Comical Machine Gun Joe
2-08    SG  Gulkave
2-09  + MSX Indian no Bouken
2-10    SMS Seishun Scandal
2-11    SG  Soukoban
2-12  + MSX Pippols
2-13    MSX King's Valley
2-14    SG  Soukoban
2-15  + MSX Swing
2-16    MSX Tank Battalion
2-17    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
2-18    MSX King's Valley
2-19    MSX Magical Tree
2-20  + MSX Exoide-Z
2-21  + MSX Video Hustler
2-22    SMS Seishun Scandal
2-23    MSX Knightmare
2-24    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
2-25  + MSX Skyjaguar
2-26  + MSX Hyper Sports 1
2-27  + MSX Circus Charlie

Group 3
3-01    MSX Hyper Sports 1
3-02    MSX Hyper Olympic 2
3-03    MSX Pipols
3-04    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
3-05    MSX Knightmare
3-06    SMS Seishun Scandal
3-07  + MSX Boogie Woogi Jungle
3-08  + SG  Exerion
3-09    MSX Magical Tree
3-10    MSX King's Valley
3-11    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
3-12  + MSX Tennis
3-13    MSX Tank Battalion
3-14    SG  Soukoban
3-15    MSX King's Valley
3-16  + MSX Pitfall
3-17    SG  Soukoban
3-18    SMS Seishun Scandal
3-19  + MSX E.I. Exa Innova
3-20    SG  Gulkave
3-21    SMS Comical Machine Gun Joe
3-22    MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu 2
3-23  + MSX Clapton II
3-24    MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu
3-25  + MSX Mr. Chin
3-26    MSX Tank Battalion
3-27    SG  Gulkave

Group 4
4-01  + MSX Frogger
4-02    MSX Tank Battalion
4-03  + MSX Mr. Do! v.s Unicorns
4-04    SMS Seishun Scandal
4-05    SG  Gulkave
4-06  + MSX Cannon Turbo
4-07    MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu 2
4-08    SMS Comical Machine Gun Joe
4-09    SG  Gulkave
4-10    SMS Seishun Scandal
4-11  + SG  Space Invaders
4-12    SG  Soukoban
4-13    MSX King's Valley
4-14  + MSX Picture Puzzle
4-15    SG  Soukoban
4-16    MSX Tank Battalion
4-17    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
4-18  + OMV Guzzler
4-19    MSX King's Valley
4-20    MSX Magical Tree
4-21  + MSX Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves
4-22    SMS Seishun Scandal
4-23    MSX Knightmare
4-24    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
4-25    MSX Magical Tree
4-26    MSX Circus Charlie
4-27    MSX Hyper Sports 1

Group 5
5-01    MSX Hyper Sports 1
5-02  + MSX Hyper Sports 2 (Hyper Olympics 2?)
5-03  + MSX Hitsuji Yai / Pretty Sheep
5-04    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
5-05    MSX Knightmare
5-06    SMS Seishun Scandal
5-07    MSX The Goonies
5-08  + MSX Mobile-Suit Gundam Last Shooting
5-09    MSX Magical Tree
5-10    MSX King's Valley
5-11  + MSX King & Balloon
5-12    SMS Teddy Boy Blues
5-13    MSX Tank Battalion
5-14    SG  Soukoban
5-15  + MSX High Way Star
5-16    MSX Tank Battalion
5-17    MSX King's Valley
5-18    SG  Soukoban
5-19  + SG  Yamato
5-20    SG  Gulkave
5-21    SMS Comical Machine Gun Joe
5-22    MSX Yie Ar Kung-Fu 2
5-23    ??? Super Colums + Tetris
5-24    SMS Seishun Scandal
5-25    MSX Twin Bee
5-26    MSX Frogger
5-27    MSX Tank Battalion


I will post pictures later. And of course I'll be trying to dump those but they are usually problematic.
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Post Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 5:22 pm
I guess it is using some proprietary mapper to bankswitch. It seems there's nothing bigger than 32KB on there too (maybe some 48KB MSX hacks?) so it ought to be possible to figure out the mapper interface and dump via the expansion port, provided the menu can be dumped.
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Post Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 5:26 pm
I'll try to do that (when I get my SRAM cart back). Some other cartridges have pretty cool menus interface. I've got a total of 8 compilation cartridges here. Some I can't name due to not reading Korean.
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Post Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 9:36 pm
At least they had some taste in the MSX games they chose.
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Post Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 8:56 pm
Attached some pictures of it.

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Post Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:47 pm
Bock wrote
Attached some pictures of it.


Why is the cover taken from a Telecable Benelux cartoon?
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Why is the cover taken from a Telecable Benelux cartoon?

Well, the animated series was produced in the Netherlands and Japan, so it might've aired somewhere in Asia. Still an unexpected choise for a cover..
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Post Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:52 pm
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Why is the cover taken from a Telecable Benelux cartoon?


Because Asian pirates have never, ever had an art department.
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Post Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 2:18 pm
Unlike, say, a large multinational first-party game producer.

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Post Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 10:04 pm
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idrougge wrote
Why is the cover taken from a Telecable Benelux cartoon?


Because Asian pirates have never, ever had an art department.


I know, but if I was their non-existant art department, I would have taken a picture from Dragonball and another picture of an airplane and put them together.
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