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'''Unite Lucky Technology Co., Ltd''' (also known as Gen Ching & Cangxin Technology, 倉信科技股份有限公司) was a Taiwanese company which released a number of Mega Drive games, Famicom [[multicart]]s, [[Famiclone]]s and other products, mostly under the name '''X Boy'''.
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'''Unite Lucky Technology Co., Ltd''' (also known as Gen Ching & Cangxin Technology, 倉信科技股份有限公司) was a Taiwanese company which released a number of Mega Drive games, Famicom [[multicart]]s, [[Famiclone]]s and other products, mostly under the name '''X Boy'''.
   
 
The company was officially registered on 22nd July 1986 and dissolved on 9th April 2010 with NT$45,000,000 (approx. USD $1,500,000) capital<ref>http://gcis.nat.gov.tw/pub/cmpy/reportAction.do?method=report&reportClass=cmpyCity&subPath=09904&fileName=376410000Arest09904.pdf</ref>, but had seemingly stopped releasing games or related products some time previously - its last known activities were as an importer of home appliances.<ref>http://www.b2b98.com/mai/17dq/9777.html</ref>
 
The company was officially registered on 22nd July 1986 and dissolved on 9th April 2010 with NT$45,000,000 (approx. USD $1,500,000) capital<ref>http://gcis.nat.gov.tw/pub/cmpy/reportAction.do?method=report&reportClass=cmpyCity&subPath=09904&fileName=376410000Arest09904.pdf</ref>, but had seemingly stopped releasing games or related products some time previously - its last known activities were as an importer of home appliances.<ref>http://www.b2b98.com/mai/17dq/9777.html</ref>
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* XB-F812 - 9 in 1 with [[Pocket Monster|Panda World]] <ref>http://cah4e3.shedevr.org.ru/collection/XB-F812_!_9in1_SUPERPANDA+KONAMI+BUBBLE+DUCK+RFIGHT+PINBALL+MARIO+MACROSS+ROADF.jpg</ref>
 
* XB-F812 - 9 in 1 with [[Pocket Monster|Panda World]] <ref>http://cah4e3.shedevr.org.ru/collection/XB-F812_!_9in1_SUPERPANDA+KONAMI+BUBBLE+DUCK+RFIGHT+PINBALL+MARIO+MACROSS+ROADF.jpg</ref>
* XB-F70 - 76~10MG in 1 with [[Pocket Monster|Super Pocket Monster]] <ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Nsw4o99FX0</ref>
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* XB-F70 - 76~10MG in 1 with [[Pocket Monster|Super Pocket Monster]] <ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Nsw4o99FX0</ref>, Akumajou Special: Boku Dracula-kun, Chip to Dale no Daisakusen 2, Galaxian, Pooyan, Track & Field, Ikki, Macross, Raid on Bungeling Bay, [[Brush Roller]]
* XB-??? - 9 in 1 with [[Pocket Monster|Super Popo's Adventure]], "Shin 2", Power Blade 2, Aladdin 3, "World Cup FIFA 2002", "Islander", Star Force, Galaxian, "[[Magic Jewelry|Jewel Tetris]]" <ref>http://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21208279605990</ref>
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* XB-??? - 9 in 1 with [[Pocket Monster|Super Popo's Adventure]], "Shin 2", Power Blade 2, Aladdin 3, "World Cup FIFA 2002", "Islander", Star Force, Galaxian, "[[Magic Jewelry|Jewel Tetris]]" <ref>http://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21208279605990</ref>
   
 
==Famiclones==
 
==Famiclones==

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Unite Lucky Technology Co., Ltd (also known as Gen Ching & Cangxin Technology, 倉信科技股份有限公司) was a Taiwanese company which released a number of Mega Drive games, Famicom multicarts, Famiclones and other products, mostly under the name X Boy.

The company was officially registered on 22nd July 1986 and dissolved on 9th April 2010 with NT$45,000,000 (approx. USD $1,500,000) capital[1], but had seemingly stopped releasing games or related products some time previously - its last known activities were as an importer of home appliances.[2]

Mega Drive games published

(probably incomplete)

Famicom multicarts

  • Carts containing Inventor hacks[8][9] including:
    • XB-F861 - 9 in 1 with Happy Angel, Sheer Nijia 3, Elf Legend, Invader, Frog Prince, Conte Enegy, Cobra of Sky, Bounce, Aether[10]
    • XB-F863 - 8 in 1 Star Wars (???), Fighter, Spar, Hellfire, Maze, 3 more
    • XB-F865 - 8 in 1 Super Fighters (Nekketsu Kakutou Densetsu hack), Basketball, X-Plan, Ladangel, Little Hag, Tennis, Bomb, Penguin
    • XB-F866 - 9 in 1 Frog Prince, Basketball, Bomb, Tennis, Aether, Sheer Nijia 3 (???), 3 more

Famiclones

  • V.T.Player 1, a plug & play console in the style of a mobile phone
  • Unknown dance mat[3]

References

External links

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