Famicom World


This Conflict sample cartridge, by Vic Tokai, is an unusual one, because of the label, which is a printed piece of paper that’s been taped onto the cart.

It also has a version number on the label — 2.3 — which suggests there are other versions. Depending on how high the version numbers go, this could either be an early version or a late version. If FW had to guess, we’d say it’s a late version, nearing the final version. It seems like during this time, most carts were labeled either version 0, 1 or 2, with the decimal and tenth added as they got closer to the final version.

The only screenshot FW has of the game doesn’t suggest any differences from the retail release.

Conflict sample cartridge "Ver. 2.3".