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The '''Nanica Smitch''' is a Famiclone modeled after the Nintendo Switch, released in 2019 by Nanica. It features 800 games, including ''Pac-Mania'' and ''Super Mario Bros. 3''; the rest of the gamelist is unknown. Like the Switch itself, the Smitch can be played as a handheld or connected to the TV, and the controllers can be used in multiple positions.
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The '''Nanica Smitch''' is a Famiclone modeled after the Nintendo Switch, released in 2019 by Nanica Station. It features 800 games, including ''Pac-Mania'' and ''Super Mario Bros. 3''; the rest of the gamelist is unknown. Like the Switch itself, the Smitch can be played as a handheld or connected to the TV, and the controllers can be used in multiple positions.
   
 
The Smitch can arguably be considered a scam, as it is designed to appear almost identical to the device it is ripping off - even closer than consoles such as the [[POP Station]] and [[Vii]] - and is clearly intended to fool people into believing it is Nintendo's product.
 
The Smitch can arguably be considered a scam, as it is designed to appear almost identical to the device it is ripping off - even closer than consoles such as the [[POP Station]] and [[Vii]] - and is clearly intended to fool people into believing it is Nintendo's product.

Revision as of 01:15, December 22, 2019

Nanica Smitch
Nanicasmitch
Box art.
Release date December 2019
Manufacturer Nanica

The Nanica Smitch is a Famiclone modeled after the Nintendo Switch, released in 2019 by Nanica Station. It features 800 games, including Pac-Mania and Super Mario Bros. 3; the rest of the gamelist is unknown. Like the Switch itself, the Smitch can be played as a handheld or connected to the TV, and the controllers can be used in multiple positions.

The Smitch can arguably be considered a scam, as it is designed to appear almost identical to the device it is ripping off - even closer than consoles such as the POP Station and Vii - and is clearly intended to fool people into believing it is Nintendo's product.

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