Here is the 1991 Nintendo Campus Challenge video game cartridge.
This cart makes for a great conversation piece and is perfect for friendly competition amongst fellow retro gamers, friends and family.
The backstory: After the success of the 1990 Nintendo World Championships, Nintendo decided to keep the competitive aspect of video gaming going with subsequent iterations of the tournament. This version of the competition is built using the same technique used in the reproduction of the NWC 90′ cart due to how the original cart was actually designed. This makes the original cart not only a very hard game to come by, but ridiculously expensive to purchase. We are retro gamers to the core at 1UP Retro, and we feel that just because the actual competition cart is so incredibly rare, it doesn’t mean you have to be lucky or a millionaire to buy it. You can now own this amazing reproduction of a great piece of video game history for an affordable price.
WHAT WE GUARANTEE:
– A fun and addictive time
– A tested and trusted NES reproduction
– Works on the original Nintendo system (may or may not work on Top-Loader depending on version) and fami-clones
(Please let us know which system you will be playing on in the order notes. We have a few versions of the game that will not work on the Retron HD.)
– NTSC compatibility
– Free standard shipping
– 100% satisfaction or your money back
– Your retro gaming friends will be jealous
– That it WILL NOT work on the Retron 5
NOTE:On this reproduction, the sticker will already be applied to the cart so you don’t have to worry about doing that yourself.
HOW THE DIP SWITCH WORKS:
The DIP Switch allows different times depending on position (on/off). All pins down/off will give you 5 minutes.
Pin 3 up/on is the common configuration for 00:06:21:00 (which I believe is actually more around six minutes and 15 seconds).
This cart is compatible with original hardware and all fami-clone systems including the Retron 5.
Read some commonly asked questions about the NCC 1991 cart on our FAQ page.
As diehard retro gamers, 1UP Retro thanks you for keeping retro video gaming alive and remembering your gaming roots!