Here is yet another interesting cart that I found at a flea market. It contains a mix of Colour Game Boy games, Super Game Boy games, and regular games as filler. Below is a list of the games in the cartridge:
Above are pictures from Oha-Sta (short for Ohayoo Station, a Japanese TV show.) This game's quality is questionable, I feel. It has a useless "Amida" mode on the title screen, and the game itself is a rehash of a GB game from 1990, called Cyraid. What, you thought nobody would notice, Epoch? Smells to me like a quickie TV show cash-in.
Frogger, Ganbaruga, and Super Breakout are all dismal crap. Super Mario World 7 is interesting. I'll put some pictures up soon. Tom and Jerry is okay. Ninja Ryuukenden (Ninja Gaiden in North America) is really a disguised Shadow of the Ninja. This is what Kage/SotNinja would have been if Tecmo hadn't bought the game from Natsume. The game has typical Natsume graphics and music. Great game, though!
NBA: I don't like most sports games. Parasol Henbei is a weird slow-moving platform game. You run around back alleys fighting dogs and birds, losing energy if you bump into trashcans. Weird... Bubble Ghost is great, of course, but I already have multiple copies of it on my other GB carts. Same goes for Minesweeper. Migrain is a game that I had never played before. It's pretty cool; it's a puzzle/strategy game where you must rotate mirrors and light filters in order to direct a beam of light through certain requisite objects and to a collector. You have a strict time limit, and if you misdirect the beam of light back into the emitter, you lose valuable time. A cool coda to an interesting, if uneventful, GB multicart. See you next time!
Below are pics of the cartridge and its PCB.