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Nintendo Campus Challenge 1992

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Nintendo Campus Challenge 1992

Also known as: Nintendo Challenge
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: SNES
Released in US: 1992

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Nintendo Campus Challenge 1992 is a rare game used in the competition of the same name, in which players had six minutes to collect 50 coins in Super Mario World, finish two laps in F-Zero, and parachute from two planes and land on a certain target in Pilotwings. After time expired, the player's scores in each game were tallied, with a 100× multiplier for F-Zero and a 10,000× multiplier for Pilotwings.

This was the followup to Nintendo Campus Challenge 1991, though in this case original cartridges are very slightly less rare.


Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Unused Graphics

Mamma mia! My face!

An incomplete sprite of Service Mario, likely a leftover from the NTF 2.5 Test Cartridge.

Revisional Differences

Nintendo Campus Challenge Nintendo Challenge
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The competition cartridge was revised to remove the Campus Challenge branding in favor of a much more generic title, along with giving the background a much more SNES theme.