The GS4 Pro is a knock off NES-on-a-chip clone of the PS4 Pro. It has 200 built-in games and also supports Famicom/Famiclone cartridges.
List of Games[edit | edit source]
- Super Mario Bros. 3
- Super Mario Bros. (NTSC version)
- Harry Potter (Hack of Magic Carpet 1001)
- Defender II (Stargate)
- Space Invaders (Title says ¨SPACE ET¨)
- Donkey Kong (copyrights removed)
- Gradius (Title screen, Konami logo, and copyrights removed)
- Galaga (copyrights and Namcot logo removed)
- Arkanoid (copyrights and Taito logo removed)
- Super Contra
- 10 Yard Fight
- Sky Destroyer
- Pac-Man (Namco version: copyrights and Namco logo removed)
- Bomber Man
- Hyper Olympic (Track & Field)
- Tetris (Tengen version: title says "1991 NEW GAME")
- Football (Soccer)
- Dig Dug
- Antarctic Adventure
- Lunar Ball (Lunar Pool)
- Golf (Copyrights removed)
- Excitebike (title hack)
- Road Fighter (copyrights removed)
- F1 Race
- Lode Runner
- Tank (Battle City level select hack)
- Raid on Bungeling Bay
- Clu Clu Land
- Balloon Fight
- Ice Climber
- Mario Bros
- Block Puzzle
- Burger Time
- Star Force
- Circus Charlie
The rest are all Nice Code games made for the My Arcade systems.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- A variant model of the GS4 Pro called the Alien Computer Entertainment exists which has 110 built-in games. Both models can play Famicom and Famiclone cartridges.
- The menu music in the 230-in-1 version of the GS4 Pro is the same as the Retro FC console's menu music.
- The menu sound effect played when you select a game in the Alien Computer Entertainment variant is the same as the one in the CoolBoy 400-in-1 Real Game multicart and the Retro FC 400-in-1 console.
- GS4 Pro might stand for 'GameStation 4 Pro'.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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