It’s May, which means it’s time for Japanese game store Meteor to hold its annual Famicase exhibition, an event where artists from all over the world come together to design fake Nintendo games.
It's my favourite time of the year. The time when, like clockwork, Japanese indie gaming store Meteor holds its annual Famicase exhibition, which brings together artists from all over the world and asks them to design fake Nintendo games.
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.
Can it be that time of year again? So soon? Yes, it seems it is. Time for Japanese game store Meteor to hold their annual "Famicase" exhibition, featuring imaginary Nintendo game cartridges.
Is it that time of year already? Time flies when you're waiting for the latest instalment of Famicase (fake-Famicom-cartridges-as-art), an annual treat hosted by Japanese game store Meteor. Here are the pick of 2010's crop.