These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real Ones

Can you believe it's Famicase time already? That time of the year when indie Japanese store Meteor holds an exhibition showcasing a bunch of incredible, one-of-a-kind fake video game cartridges.

The goal of the exhibition is simple: artists submit a cartridge for a fake Famicom game. It can be whatever they want, basically, meaning some can be funny, and others can be super stylish. Submissions are taken from all over the planet, not just Japan.

To see previous year's cartridges, head here then follow the links backwards.

MY FAMICASE EXHIBITION [Meteor]

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS

These Fake Nintendo Games Look More Interesting Than Real OnesS