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Fun 'N Games Super Nintendo Prototype

F-ZeroFun 'n Games, also spelled Fun 'N' Games, is a video game developed by Leland Interactive Media and released for the Super NES and Mega Drive/Genesis platforms in 1993 and 1994.

Fun 'n Games is a compilation of puzzles, arcade games, a music composer and a paint program in one video game. The game is arranged into four different types of activities, or categories: Paint, Games, Music and Style. There is virtually no difference in gameplay between the Super NES and Mega Drive/Genesis versions.

The Super NES version of Fun 'n Games was reviewed in 1994 in both Nintendo Power and GamePro. It was praised for its variety, creativity, music and graphics, but the activities were considered simple and too restricting for more advanced and/or older players. Reviewers found them too shallow and not challenging enough to entertain players for any longer amount of time. The Nintendo Power reviewer argued that the SNES Mouse was a better alternative for playing the game than the Super NES controller.

Fun 'N Games Prototype - PCB Front

Proto - Front

Fun 'N Games Prototype - PCB Back

Proto - Back