Nintendo Super Famicon Box

The Super Famicom Box is a video game system developed by Nintendo that incorporates a "pay-to-play" mechanism in a manner similar to arcade machines. [1] It was sold only in Japan in the early 1990s and was only available for installation in hotel rooms. The device consists of Super Famicom console hardware enclosed in a box, along with a coin acceptor for playing video games temporarily. The device contains original Super Famicom controllers.

Catalog type
Game Console
Release Date
May 1990

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