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|Shows up on the ''200 in 1 Super Game'' multicart.
 
|Shows up on the ''200 in 1 Super Game'' multicart.
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|[[Domkey Kong|''Domkey Kong'']] (''Tiny Toon Adventures'' hack)
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|''Super Timon and Pumbaa''
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|''Donkey Kong 3''
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|''Gorilla 3''
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|Name likely changed for copyright reasons.
 
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|''[[Wikipedia: Ghostbusters II (NES video game)|Ghostbusters II]]''
 
|''[[Wikipedia: Ghostbusters II (NES video game)|Ghostbusters II]]''
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|''King's Knight''
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|''Lord of the Ring''
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|Shows up on the ''9 in 1 Super Game'' multicart.
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|''Mario 16'' (''Joe and Mac'' hack)
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|''Mario Super Jurassk Park''
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|''Mario Bros.''
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|''Mr. Mary''
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|Name likely changed for copyright reasons.
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|''Pac-Man''
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|''Goblin''
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|Name likely changed for copyright reasons.
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|''Super Mario Bros.''
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|"''2''"
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|Title has no real name, just a poorly drawn picture of Mario next to a castle, and the number 2. Single cartridges with the game often feature no game title on the front.
 
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|''[[Wikipedia: Super Mario Bros. 2|Super Mario Bros. 2]]'' (also known as ''Super Mario USA'' in Japan)
 
|''[[Wikipedia: Super Mario Bros. 2|Super Mario Bros. 2]]'' (also known as ''Super Mario USA'' in Japan)
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|''Bananan Ouji no Daibouken''
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|''Sonic / Sonison''
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|''Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa''
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|''Mario Baby''
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|Conversion of the Famicom Disk System version to NES; the actual NES release came after the pirate.
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|''Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi''
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|''Disneyland / Disney 2 / Disney 3''
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|''Donkey Kong''
 
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|[http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/File:ShuiGuanPipeV.jpg]
 
|[http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/File:ShuiGuanPipeV.jpg]
 
|Removes copyrights (which also triggers the anti-piracy routine), uses a different mapper that doesn't support Sunsoft 5B, resulting in missing sound channels. DPCM samples also appear to be broken.
 
|Removes copyrights (which also triggers the anti-piracy routine), uses a different mapper that doesn't support Sunsoft 5B, resulting in missing sound channels. DPCM samples also appear to be broken.
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|''The Goonies''
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|''Harry Legend'' / ''Contra 6''
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|Both only remove the title screen without other changes.
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|''Kero Kero Keroppi 2''
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|''Toads Mario''
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|''Mario is Missing''
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|''Super Mario 9''
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|Possibly done on accident originally, but eventually picked up by other pirates and released under the title multiple times.
 
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|''[[Wikipedia: Toki (video game)|Toki]]'' (also known as ''JuJu Densetsu'' in Japan)
 
|''[[Wikipedia: Toki (video game)|Toki]]'' (also known as ''JuJu Densetsu'' in Japan)

Revision as of 00:34, March 31, 2017

This is a list of licensed Famicom/NES games that have been pirated and go under a different name; whether the game's title was actually hacked (and nothing else major changes about the game) or only the cartridge art uses a different name.

NOTE: If you're adding a title to this list, also make a redirect page with that title that links back to here.

Games whose titles were changed in-game

Original Game Alternate Titles Links Notes
1942 Star Wars: Episode I [1] Shows up on the 200 in 1 Super Game multicart.
Domkey Kong (Tiny Toon Adventures hack) Super Timon and Pumbaa
Donkey Kong 3 Gorilla 3 Name likely changed for copyright reasons.
Ghostbusters II Ghostbusters III
King's Knight Lord of the Ring Shows up on the 9 in 1 Super Game multicart.
Mario 16 (Joe and Mac hack) Mario Super Jurassk Park
Mario Bros. Mr. Mary Name likely changed for copyright reasons.
Pac-Man Goblin Name likely changed for copyright reasons.
Super Mario Bros. "2" [2] Title has no real name, just a poorly drawn picture of Mario next to a castle, and the number 2. Single cartridges with the game often feature no game title on the front.
Super Mario Bros. 2 (also known as Super Mario USA in Japan) Super Bros. 2, Super Bros. 5 [3]

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Appears to be based on the PAL version rather than the NTSC version. Super Bros. 2 changes the copyright to "CTC". Super Bros. 5 changes the copyright to "ECE" and changes the year to 1991. Super Bros. 5 is often found under the Super Wonderful Mario label.
Blaster Master Back to the Future IV

Games whose titles are only different on the labels

Original Game Alternate Titles Links Notes
Bananan Ouji no Daibouken Sonic / Sonison
Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa Mario Baby Conversion of the Famicom Disk System version to NES; the actual NES release came after the pirate.
Doki! Doki! Yuuenchi Disneyland / Disney 2 / Disney 3
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong Specia [5] This cart label is also used for Super Donkey Kong - Xiang Jiao Chuan as well as pirated carts for Toki.
Gimmick! (also known as Mr. Gimmick outside of Japan) Shui Guan Pipe V [6] Removes copyrights (which also triggers the anti-piracy routine), uses a different mapper that doesn't support Sunsoft 5B, resulting in missing sound channels. DPCM samples also appear to be broken.
The Goonies Harry Legend / Contra 6 Both only remove the title screen without other changes.
Kero Kero Keroppi 2 Toads Mario
Mario is Missing Super Mario 9 Possibly done on accident originally, but eventually picked up by other pirates and released under the title multiple times.
Toki (also known as JuJu Densetsu in Japan) Donkey Kong Specia [7] This cart label is also used for Super Donkey Kong - Xiang Jiao Chuan as well as pirated carts for Donkey Kong.

See also

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