Nintendo World Championships 1990

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This article is about the cartridge used in the Nintendo World Championships. For the competition itself, see Nintendo World Championships.
Nintendo World Championships 1990
Standard grey cartridge of the Nintendo World Championships 1990
Developer Nintendo
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
Release date USA October 10, 1990
Genre Compilation (platform, racing, puzzle)
Mode(s) Single player
Game Pak

Nintendo World Championships 1990 is a specialized Nintendo Entertainment System cartridge only ever used for the Nintendo World Championships held from March 8, 1990 to December 9, 1990, in 29 cities across the United States of America. It features one Super Mario game, Super Mario Bros., as well as Rad Racer, and Tetris as the other two games. The Super Mario Bros. challenge gave players 99 lives, although they had to collect 50 coins in the shortest time possible. All three games were only playable for six minutes and 21 seconds each, but this was adjustable via DIP switches on the cartridge.

References in later games[edit]

  • NES Remix 2: Nintendo World Championships 1990 is referenced in the Competition Mode, which is set up like the cartridge.


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