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Baseball Simulator 1.000

Class: Licensed
Cart ID: NES-UB-USA
Publisher: Culture Brain
Developer: Culture Brain
Region: United States (USA)
Rarity:
4  Cart: Common
4  Box: Common
4  Manual: Common
Peripherals: Standard or Compatible Controller
Extended Play: Battery
TV Format: NTSC
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Released: March, 1990 (03/01/1990)
UPC Code: 0-47743-89003-1
Pak Type:
Standard Cart
Collector Stats & Tracking:
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Sources of Information

Hardware Profiles
1 - NES-SKROM-04
PCB
NES-SKROM-04
UNIF Board
NES-SKROM
INES Mapper
1
Mirroring
Mapper Ctrl
Battery-backed
Yes
WRAM
8
VRAM
0
CIC Type
6113B1

Rom Sets
Type Name Size CRC32
PRG0 NES-UB-0 PRG 128 KB F35F14D3
CHR0 NES-UB-0 CHR 128 KB C6D532E7
ROMs Combined: 256 KB 1F6EA423

Additional Images
Prototype #1:

Prototype #2 Case:

Prototype #2 PCB:

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Note about Prototype #1:

The Nintendo World Championships in 1990 have become a sort of legend to gamers. There were new games to try, a contest revolving around special Nintendo World Championship cartridges, and many other things for the parents to do. This prototype cartridge was used at the Nintendo World Championships to display one of Culture Brains' newest works, Baseball Simulator 1.000. Apparently, the game did well as we saw a commercial release soon after.

Note about Prototype #2:

This Baseball Simulator 1.000 prototype sold on eBay in 2005. This is the second Baseball Simulator 1.000 prototype to be found, it is unknown whether differences exist or not. If you have any information, please contact us.
Codes, Cheats & Spoilers
 =>Unskilled CPU: When playing against the computer, you can deactivate his
super skills. When the computer chooses a super skill, use a time out and
enter the pitch hitter/relief pitcher screen, and choose Cancel. When you
return to the main screen the super skills will have vanished.
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