Woah, Alexander sent some bootlegs to me, some even with manuals and boxes!
I like to point you to his website at this poaint – it’s totally radical. He is into Game Boy stuff, have a look: https://dmgpage.com/
Here come the beauties:
Batman Return of the Joker
DIG DUG (Different shell)
Disney’s 102 Dalmatians
Mickey Mouse: Magic Wands!
The Lion King
And two I picked at the fleamarket last weekend:
USA VERSION 32 IN 1 UC-32A06
Super 32 in 1 GA-021
Some new bootlegs for the database:
Just a small addition:
It contains the legit Pokémon Crystal, but lacks an internal clock. The other games are those crappy hacks of Keitai Denjū Terefangu.
Snatched this one at eBay, what a beauty! Works flawlessly and even got a box!
Click the image down below to view the game:
Another Mega Drive bootleg was kindly donated by my girl Cyd.
I added it to the database and added “additional pictures” below the bootleg. I’ll upload scans and photos of the box if I’ve got any.
This one was particulary nasty – it was glued shut and the pcb was as glued into place. Instead of a label somehow put white adhesive tape around it and labeled it “preem”. No idea what that means.
Edit: @Hafenheld_Max from twitter guessed the sticker show the logo of the Swedish company Preem Petroleum AB. And well, that seems to be right, thanks Max!