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The one in picture 1 is the Super Game 500 in 1 Multicart for NES, the one in picture 2 is the Ultimate NES Remix 154 in 1 Multicart for NES, the one in picture 3 is the Super Games 150 in 1 Multicart for NES, the one in picture 4 is The 100 Best Videogames 143 in 1 Multicart for NES, the one in picture 5 is the Pocket Games 30 in 1 Multicart for NES, and picture 6 shows the first screen of the Super Game 500 in 1 Multicart for NES. They're not made by Nintendo but will play in any system that plays Nintendo cartridges except for a Retron 5 and if you buy any multicart I can sell you a system that plays them plus 2 controllers with turbo and slow motion features and the audio/video cables to hook it up to a TV and the power cable for $40 (Normally I just sell the controllers for $40). The Ultimate NES Remix 154 in 1 Multicart, The 100 Best Videogames 143 in 1 Multicart, and the Pocket Games 30 in 1 Multicart are the only ones that you can use a save feature, but you can only save with one game at a time, if you save with another game on the cartridge it will overwrite your other saved game. The one titled "The 100 Best Videogames" actually has 143 games on it. The Super Game 500 in 1 Multicart has some games listed more than once so it really has about 470 different games on it, but that's still a lot of games. There's some overlap with what games each has but each of the 5 multicarts has some games the others don't have. Most are the English version of regular Nintendo games but a small number of them are the Japanese version of regular Nintendo games (like Ninja Turtles 1) and a small number of them are home brew games (like Contra 7 and Contra 8).

Multicarts have advantages over buying all the games on them individually, they're less expensive, take up less space, are easier on pins of systems because there's less wear and tear on them from changing cartridges, and they're less of a hassle to use because you don't have to keep taking one game out and putting another game in when you want to change games.

How multicarts work is when you put one in the system and turn the system on instead of seeing the title screen like for stand alone games you see a series of screens with lists of games on them and you use your controller to cycle through screens and select what game you want and then you see the title screen for just that one game.

Email me for a list of all the games that each has.

They're $100 each.

You can call, text, or email me anytime 24/7 (I set my cell phone to silent when sleeping or busy). I don't have a car so you will have to come to me to pick items up, but don't worry my apartment complex is easy to find.

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