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Category:Unlicensed NES games

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Games for the NES that were produced without the permission or knowledge of Nintendo.

When the NES was first released in North America, it had a lock-out chip built in to prevent developers from creating games without Nintendo's permission. Not that this deterred some developers...

The Famicom (and its clones), on the other hand, had no such lockout, and saw an unhindered stream of unlicensed games from the mid-80s right up to the present day, both in cartridge form and (more recently) built into countless plug & play and handheld consoles that appropriated the system's hardware.


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