The 3 Stooges
  • Activision
  • Released 1989

    The game is 99% identical to the released version, but the CHR/PRG roms are different than the final. After comparing the data, one of the mini games is actually harder to complete in the prototype. There are 2 known to exist. DreamTR owns one of them.

  • Adventures of Lolo 2
  • HAL
  • Released 1990

    It is unknown if Adventures of Lolo 2 proto cart is actually different from the released version. This cart was owned by DreamTR, sold to Chris Neal, then bought back from Chris. Current owner is DreamTR.

  • Airball
  • Tengen
  • Unreleased
  • Box | Screens 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

    Contrary to popular belief, there are still only 2 of these prototypes found. The original one found at a record shop in Florida was sold to Mike Gedeon of Video Game Connections in Ohio for $100, then sold on Ebay for $995. The other prototype was purchased by DreamTR for $700. The later levels on DreamTR's proto are not fully complete, but are nearly complete on the other cart. Airball was a game planned by Tengen, engineered by Novotrade. Due to the cost of a special board needed to make the game, Airball was soon dropped.

  • Astyanax
  • Jaleco
  • Released 1990

    There are two Astyanax protos floating around, one owned by DreamTr, unknown if DreamTR's version varies from the released game. Another proto is owned by NES collector portnoyd, bought from a mysterious woman in Texas who somehow had eleven NES protos for sale.

  • Base Wars
  • Ultra
  • Released 1991

    Bought by DreamTR from the mystery woman in Texas; not known if this is different from the released version.

  • Baseball Simulator 1.000
  • Culture Brain
  • Promo?

    Cart was used at Nintendo World Championships for demo purposes. Owned by DreamTR. Promotional game cart, though a version was released for NES later on.

  • Bashi Bazook

    Purchased by DreamTR from a guy in San Diego who knew a guy that used to work at Jaleco. This game is completely translated in English with an original title screen from 1989. The Japanese game this is based on is called Bio Senshi Dan. Announced in both Europe and USA as Bashi Bazook: Morphoid Masher.

    Blaster Master
  • Sunsoft
  • Released 1988

    This is a proto of Blaster Master, owned by Skrybe. Skrybe bought it from the mysterious Texas women. Game features a special "warp feature".

  • Blue Marlin
  • Hot B
  • Released 1991

    Proto was found by Martin Lambright in Arizona at a pawn shop. Game was later sold to Chris Neal, then to DreamTR. Not known if this is different from the released version.

  • Burai Fighters
  • Taxan
  • Released 1990

    Burai Fighters cart originally owned by DreamTR. Later it was sold to Chris Neal, then sold back to DreamTR. Unknown if cart varies from the released version.

  • Crash N The Boys Street Challenge
  • ????
  • Released

    Crash And The Boys Street Challenge proto is infact on Ebay right now with a "Buy it Now" price of $500. The label on this cart is the same type of label as on Martin's Magic of Scherezade cart. I saw the inside of this cart, and it does conatin eproms too.

  • Crystalis
  • SNK
  • Released 1990

    Currently owned by DreamTR, somehow this game is on a prototype EEPROM long board, has labels covering the ROMS, but no EPROMS, somehow the game is slightly different then the released version with production ROMS.

  • Dark Man
  • Ocean
  • Released 1991

    Owned by DreamTR. Sold to a dude in Las Vegas, later sold back to DreamTR. Not known if this is different from the released version.

  • Darkwing Duck
  • Capcom
  • Released 1993
  • Inside

    Bought off of Ebay by NES God, then sold to DreamTR for alot of money. VERY different from the released version, many graphic changes, and even a completely different bonus stage!

  • Dragon Warrior
  • Enix
  • Released 1989

    This proto of Dragon Warrior has a really skinny label on the right hand side of the cart. There really isn't much else to say about this cart.

  • Duck Tales
  • Capcom
  • Released 1989
  • Inside

    Bought off of Ebay by DreamTR, an amazing find. All the levels in the game have different name changes, different music for the Translyvania level, text and text boxes are different, even different enemies on the Moon Stage!