September 02, 2014
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My Famicase Exhibition 2014 opens at METEOR

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2014-05-04 - comments
My Famicase Exhibition 2014 has opened at the METEOR game culture shop located in Kichijouji, Tokyo. The annual showing of fictional 8-bit game cartridges this time includes original designs imagined by chiptune artists Kplecraft, KUNIO, Smallest, BOKKADENcI and FAMICO-MAN. The art show will run until the end of May.
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My Famicase Exhibition 2013 photos on flickr

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2013-05-10 - comments
Kichijouji's METEOR game culture shop has opened this year's exhibition of fictitious 8-bit Famicom cartridges. The 2013 My Famicase Exhibition entries include Star Cats: Catnip Hunters, Family Bombputer, GAN! GAN! Junk Land Dash, and Elsewhere: Labyrinth of Cemetery. Photos from the exhibition can be viewed on flickr.
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Adrien Dufond designs Famicase web visualizer

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2012-07-14 - comments
French illustrator Adrien Dufond has designed an interactive online visualizer for Meteor's collection of fictitious 8-bit Famicom cartridges, featuring background music by Tomohiro Nagasaki. My Famicase Exhibition has been organized by game culture shop owner Satoshi Sakagami annually since 2005.
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My Famicase Exhibition 2012 photos on flickr

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2012-04-30 - comments
Kichijouji's Meteor game culture shop has opened this year's exhibition of imaginary 8-bit Famicom cartridges. The 2012 entries include "Buddha Army," "Hanzel Hammerstein 110K Hurdles," "Nekorhythm" and "Sewing+." Photos from the opening night are now available to view on our flickr photo set.
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Famicase 2011 entries revealed

Source submitted by jeriaska on 2011-05-05 - comments

Game culture shop METEOR has launched their 2011 Famicase Exhibition, showcasing cartridge labels of fanciful and fictitious 8-bit home console games.