History VideoGame / NintendoWorldChampionships

7th Aug '17 12:46:58 AM Linepiece777
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* CrackIsCheaper: Oh, what's that? You want one? Assuming you can find someone willing to part with one of the grey cartridges, expect to pay in excess of $10,000. Oh, you're after one of the rarer and more sought-after ''gold'' carts? Yeah, good luck with that. If one ever appears on the market, be prepared to remortgage your house in order to pay for it. Subverted with RetroUSB's reproduction cartridges.

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* CrackIsCheaper: Oh, what's that? You want one? Assuming you can find someone willing to part with one of the grey cartridges, expect to pay in excess of $10,000. Oh, you're after one of the rarer and more sought-after ''gold'' carts? Yeah, good luck with that. If one ever appears on the market, be prepared to remortgage your house in order to pay for it. Subverted with RetroUSB's [=RetroUSB=]'s reproduction cartridges.



* SaveThePrincess: ''Super Mario Bros.'' is famous for this trope.

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* SaveThePrincess: ''Super Mario Bros.'' is famous for this trope. However, given that your goal is to simply collect 50 coins, you probably won't end up doing so.
* ScoringPoints
* TimedMission: 6 minutes and 21 seconds in the official competition. [[note]]Technically 6:15, but time doesn't start until the Super Mario Bros title screen appears, which takes about 6 seconds.[[/note]] The cartridge dip switch settings allow you to change the time allotted, from 5 minutes to 9 minutes and 42 seconds.
29th Jul '17 1:24:34 PM nombretomado
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''Nintendo World Championships'' was a video game on the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] named after the competition of the same name, which in turn was based on the one in ''Film/TheWizard''. The cartridge contained three [=NES=] games.

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''Nintendo World Championships'' was a video game on the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] named after the competition of the same name, which in turn was based on the one in ''Film/TheWizard''. The cartridge contained three [=NES=] games.
28th Jul '17 12:37:13 PM StFan
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'''Nintendo World Championships''' was a video game on the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] named after the competition of the same name, which in turn was based on the one in ''Film/TheWizard''. The cartridge contained three [=NES=] games.

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'''Nintendo ''Nintendo World Championships''' Championships'' was a video game on the [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] named after the competition of the same name, which in turn was based on the one in ''Film/TheWizard''. The cartridge contained three [=NES=] games.
4th Jun '15 12:44:22 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' (NES, Nintendo version)

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* ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' (NES, Nintendo (Nintendo version)
4th Jun '15 12:43:16 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}''
''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'' (NES, Nintendo version)


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* GoldenSnitch: The ''Tetris'' section is worth the most of any of the three sections. ''Super Mario Bros.'' imposes a x1 multiplier, ''Rad Racer'' uses x10, but ''Tetris'' provides '''x25''', on top of lasting until the time runs out. Therefore basic strategy is to complete the ''Super Mario Bros.'' and ''Rad Racer'' sections in order to maximize the amount of remaining time for ''Tetris''.
17th Dec '14 11:08:28 PM Tropesofknowledge
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* CrackIsCheaper: Oh, what's that? You want one? Assuming you can find someone willing to part with one of the grey cartridges, expect to pay in excess of $10,000. Oh, you're after one of the rarer and more sought-after ''gold'' carts? Yeah, good luck with that. If one ever appears on the market, be prepared to remortgage your house in order to pay for it.
** Subverted with RetroUSB's reproduction cartridges.

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* CrackIsCheaper: Oh, what's that? You want one? Assuming you can find someone willing to part with one of the grey cartridges, expect to pay in excess of $10,000. Oh, you're after one of the rarer and more sought-after ''gold'' carts? Yeah, good luck with that. If one ever appears on the market, be prepared to remortgage your house in order to pay for it.
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it. Subverted with RetroUSB's reproduction cartridges.
17th Dec '14 6:07:54 PM MetalSmasher86
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** Subverted with RetroUSB's reproduction cartridges.
27th Nov '14 10:23:34 AM darkknight109
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* CrackIsCheaper: Oh, what's that? You want one? Assuming you can find someone willing to part with one of the grey cartridges, expect to pay in excess of $10,000. Oh, you're after one of the rarer and more sought-after ''gold'' carts? Yeah, good luck with that. If one ever appears on the market, be prepared to remortgage your house in order to pay for it.
30th Aug '14 6:13:31 PM NESBoy
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The Championship Mode in ''VideoGame/NESRemix'' is a composite of this game and ''Nintendo Campus Challenge 1991'', replacing the ''Rad Racer'' and ''Tetris'' challenges of the former with the latter's ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' and ''VideoGame/DrMario'' challenges.
14th May '14 7:07:15 PM Kayube
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* CompilationRerelease: This game contains three NES games.

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* CompilationRerelease: This game contains three NES games.games- however, they're only playable as far as being able to complete the competition challenges.
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