If you have never heard of My family showit means you You probably haven’t visited this page in Aprilsince the exhibition debuted in 2005 We covered his annual showcase of incredible cartridge art.
Japanese game store Meteor is home to the gallery, which each year invites both local and international artists to submit designs for Famicom game cartridge art. The catch is that these submissions are for games that don’t actually exist and were invented by the artist.
Each submission includes a copy of the graphic and a brief description of the game, which along with the label can tell a detailed story of what the game is about, or can be kept intentionally minimal to leave it up to you.
And while the physical Exhibition will be almost impossible for 99% of you this year given the ongoing travel restrictions in Japan, as usual Meteor did us all a favor and uploaded the full gallery to their website so we can click through at our leisure.
I’ve included some highlights below, while you can check out the complete gallery on Meteor’s website. Ai.e if you want to buy this year’s exhibition in a book, you can do that too!
2021: Please enjoy these fake Nintendo games that should be real Nintendo games too
As every year since 2005, even during global pandemics, Japanese game store Meteor is again holding its annual Famicase exhibition, inviting artists from around the world to submit their original designs for Famicom cases. Cases for games that don’t actually exist.
2020: Somewhere out there is a timeline where these Nintendo games exist
It’s about time, as it does every year around this time, that Japanese game store Meteor hosts its Famicase exhibition, inviting artists from around the world to create cartridge art for non-existent video games.
https://kotaku.com/nintendo-art-famicom-nes-meteor-famicase-artists-design-1848857383 It’s time for the coolest Nintendo cartridge art once again