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"As a gamer I wanted to make a game. As a collector I wanted to make a collectable." 

Al Bailey has recently completed work on a massive and landmark effort: Sudoku for the NES. This is the second true NES homebrew cartridge release, handmade from humble donor carts such as Othello and 10-Yard Fight, and featuring a full color label, a metal box featuring the label art, and even a chase variant gold version. For years after the "official" end of production of NES games with Sunday Funday a full decade ago, there have been "pirate" releases such as Huge Insect and countless multicarts, but no true effort to create and distribute a new game cartridge for the NES had been made. Memblers from NESdev broke the silence with "Garage Cart" in 2005, the first non-rom-exclusive homebrew, and its limited release of 20 cartridges has been hotly desired (one copy has already topped $200 at eBay). What is in the future of Sudoku, and for homebrewing for the NES in general?

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