Item SpecificsCondition: Pre-owned
Region code: PAL
The set is in overall good condition. It includes the following:
• Keyboard (HVC-007): in good condition. There are some signs of wear to the top of the keyboard shell, and some scuffs to the bottom.
• Data recorder (HVC-008): in good condition. There are some small scratches to the plastic window.
• Application cartridge: in very good condition. There are no signs of wear to it.
Family BASIC is the consumer product for programming Nintendo's Family Computer video game console of Japan. Family BASIC was launched on June 21, 1984 to consumers in Japan by Nintendo, in cooperation with Hudson Soft and Sharp Corporation. A second version titled Family BASIC V3 was released on February 21, 1985, with greater memory and new features.
The first edition of the Family BASIC application cartridge is bundled with a computer style keyboard and instructional textbook, and requires a cassette tape recorder to save user-generated BASIC programs. Programs can be saved using any cassette tape drive, such as the Famicom Data Recorder. Family BASIC was not designed to be compatible with floppy disk storage on the Famicom Disk System and the Disk System's RAM adapter requires the use of the Famicom's cartridge slot, which prevents using the slot for the Family BASIC cartridge.
The Nintendo Famicom Basic Keyboard HVC-007 and Data Recorder HVC-008 has been cleaned, tested and is working. If you experience any difficulties in getting the game to run on your system, please contact us via email or live chat. Faulty products will be refunded in full under our 30-day free warranty policy.
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