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For NES, SNES, N64, G&W, GB, GBC, VB and soon GBA, DD64 and Famicom Disk System consoles!
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Project started in 2007 on (read the retrospective)

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Website news

After a whole month of hard work, from entire days to just few minutes a day, I am pleased to present you a good facelift for the website. That explains why I was quieter lately, I spent a lot of time tweaking everything.
What changes for you, is a much more comfortable browsing through mobile devices (smartphones or tablets).
All the pages have been reviewed, but special efforts were made on the top navigation bar, and the entire bulletin board (at last!).
Texts are now a little bigger and borrow the general typo of the website. Topics, subjects, private...

A new video testimonial is available, and this time it's the french videogames journalist Nicolas Gavet, as known as Niiico.
Niiico was a journalist and a writer during 13 year for old newspapers Tilt and Consoles+.
After this specialized press period, Nicolas embraced general press. He is now new technologies specialist for french newspapers such as Science et Vie Junior, FHM, VSD, TV Deux Semaines or Femme Actuelle.
Last but not least, Niiico supports project, and wants everybody know it through this video that was shot during the third edition of the RE-PLAY retrogaming festival, that was held on march, the...
Perhaps you've already noticed, but the home page has changed significantly.
In the news module and the latest forum posts module, messages are now displayed by pages.
So you will browse news and oldest subjects easier, directly from the home page.

You can also notice that the website news are now directly written in the sub-forum "Actualités du site" (that is great, but I still need to work out how to improve the english users experience on the forum, sorry about that).
Take a topic covering any news. The first post is in French, the second post is in English (for you international friends),...

A new section is now available in the forum.
This time you will be able to impress everybody with pictures of your Game Room, or the best parts of your collection !

Turn your camera on, ajust the light, and last but not least, make us dream !
I took the liberty to move some topics that were in the "Lounge bar" right in this new section.
When you post some pictures in the forum, please feel free to attach your files directly ("Upload attachment" tab in your awnser). Attach your pictures to make them last in the forum for ever !
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hentai16 Monday 20 October 2014, 21:33

C'est Zool en version Jap, un membre d'UC m'a dit qu'il était hyper rare alors quand je suis tombé dessus par hazard, j'ai pas hésité. Un jeu introuvable dans cette version :)

la preuve qu'il est trouvable puisque tu l'a .............. :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: ok je sort :lol:
Spiral Monday 20 October 2014, 21:16
Ca fait plaisir de voir ses scans utilisés! :D

Pour moi c'est une des plus belles boites de Game & Watch (et du coup un de mes plus belle pièce de ma collection)
Spiral Monday 20 October 2014, 21:14
Bienvenue sur nintandbox! ;)
Spiral Monday 20 October 2014, 21:09

J'ai changé la pile d'un jeu de super nes, ça se fait super bien!
hentai16 Monday 20 October 2014, 20:53
je pence que ta contraste est un peut foncer sur ton imprimante sinon sa le ferai bien sur du brillant :)
guillot Monday 20 October 2014, 17:20
belles prise !!! si tu échange ou vend qq chose
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Nintendo boxes library, which previously was on NpES website, is now totaly moved on NintAndBox.
Moving files from OldiesCovers continues with Nintendo 64!

You can check the progression below:
Virtual Boy :
100 %
Game Boy Color :
100 %
Nintendo 64 :
67 %