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The Foreign SMS FAQ
[email protected]

Version 3.0; January 4, 1998

Copyright (c) 1998 Clinton R. Dyer

All right reserved. This document may be copied, in whole or in part, by any means provided the copyright and contributors sections remain intact and no fee is charged for the information. Contributors retain the copyright totheir individual contributions.

The data herein is provided for informational purposes only. No warranty is made with regards to the accuracy of this information.

I would like to thank the following people for their help in compiling this data:

Bon Sawyer ([email protected])
Christopher Coleman ([email protected])
Fabrizio Pedrazzini ([email protected])
Nathan Page ([email protected])
Keita Iata ([email protected])
Camiel Dobbelaar ([email protected])
Paulo Montini (address withheld)
Richard Good ([email protected])
Sylvain DC (?? - last e-mail to him bounced)
Mike Etler ([email protected])

Contents:
I. Intro/etc.
II. The systems
A. The SG-1000
B. The SC-3000 / SC-3000H (NEW!)
C. The FG-1000 (NEW!)
D. The SG-10002 (NEW!)
E. The Mark III
F. The Master System
G. The Master System 2
H. The Master System 3
I. The MS Super Compact
III. Title list
A. SG-1000
B. SC-3000
C. Mark III
D. Master System
IV. The Peripherals
A. SC-3000/3000H
B. Mark III
C. Master System
V. Prototype games
VI. Game Incompatibilities
VII. Where can you get the games?

I. Introduction

Why the foreign SMS FAQ? The Master System has always been one of my favorite video game systems. I've had a complete Master System collection for years and have finished probably 3/4 of the titles. So, when I found out there were games that weren't released over here, needless to say, I was interested! I started searching for information and found a few sites on the Web that had some information, but really, information of the foreign variety was extremely hard to come by. So, I started compiling bits and pieces of information and met a few cool foreign guys that also had interests in the system and this is the results!

And to those who say "SC-3000 and SG-1000 aren't SMS related", I say they are. But, just for you, I've placed them in their own little section.

Note: I have no desire to compete with Jeff Bogumil's awesome SMS FAQ, so I am trying to stick with relevant Foreign information wherever possible!

Note 2: Join the SMS mailing list by writing a note with the words "subscribe" in the title to: "[email protected]"

II. The Systems

A. The SG-1000:
The first system that Sega released (1983, approximately), available in Japan and China and sold for approximately 15,000 yen. It runs on a 4mbit processor with 64k ram and can play 2 musical instruments at once. It came packed with ???????.

B. The SC-3000 / SC-3000H:
Sega's second system, released in 1983 and sold for approximately 29,800 yen or 690,000 and 435,000 Lire or $329 Australian and the SC-3000H sold for 33,800 yen or between 790,000 and 499,000 Lire. I know these systems were released in Japan, Australia, all over Europe and China. In Australia, the system was marketed as "John Sands SEGA SC-3000". System stats and all information I know follows.

Molded in Black with black keys, except for special keys which were either yellow or gray. The system has a green LED on the front that would indicate if the unit is getting power or not.

Microprocessor: NEC 780C (a clone of the Z80A chip) at 4 MHz
RAM: 16Kb / 32Kb (SC-3000H)
Video RAM: 16Kb
ROM: 18 Kb or 32Kb (not sure which is correct)
Sound: 6 voice on 2.5 octaves
Screen text: 40x25 (16 colors) and 32x24 (?? Colors)
Screen resolution : 256x192 (16 colors)
Text characters dimension : 8 x 8 pixels
Max. number of sprites on screen at once : 32 (if monochromatic)
Keyboard: 64 rubber touch key buttons, typewriter style (QWERT)
Power Supply Numbers:
- 220V CA
- 9V CC
- 12 A
Ports :
- 1 Printer (DIN 7 pins)
- 1 Cartridge
- 1 Cassette (for cassette based games)
- Composite video (DIN 8 pins)
- 2 Joystick (Type D9)

Measurements:
- Width 353mm
- Depth 210 mm
- Height 46 mm

All games for this system are made by SEGA (which has been proven to be the death of many systems), at least all that I've been able to find. When the MSX standard was released, it killed this system off, because the MSX was much more powerful and a lot less expensive. There is a second version of the SC-3000, with a mechanical keyboard and 32K of RAM called the "SC-3000H". It is assumed that everything but the keyboard and RAM are the same and the game plays all SC-3000 games.

Some rumors said that a Colecovision adapter was supposed to be released, but never made it as far as anyone can tell.

Want to play the SC-3000 games on a non SC-3000 system? Well, they work with *some* Telegames Personal Arcade systems! I've heard stories that Telegames ruined some of the cart ports on purpose, but have nothing to substantiate that, and they work fine on my TPA!

C: SG-1000-2

This system was marketed after the death of the SC-3000 and before the release of the Mark III. Nothing else is known about this system at this time.

D. FG-1000

Very little is know about this system. There is a price of 19,800 yen listed in a magazine (where much of the SC-3000 information came from). Other than that, no information is known.

E. The Mark III:
Released in 1984, this is the first version of the Master System. It has the same system specs as the Master System with a different design. The system is molded in white, and has the cart slot and card slot on the right hand side. It uses the same power supply, controllers and A/V cables as the American Master System. The controllers (which remind me of the first SMS controllers, with the screw on joysticks) fit neatly on each side of the unit in molded holding places and are molded in the same color as the unit. In addition to the regular means of playing (RF/AV), this unit had a peripheral that allowed you to play via remote control! See more on the peripheral below.

F. The Master System:
Information on the Master System is available in the regular SMS FAQ. I've included it here because it may have been released in foreign areas with different pack-ins.

Master System pack-ins include:
Alex Kidd: Miracle World,
Astro Warrior/Safari Hunt (Gun pack),
Hang-On/Astro Warrior (No Gun pack),
Marksman Shooting/Trap Shooting/Safari Hunt (Gun pack),
Missile Defense 3-D (SegaScope system)
Rambo (Gun pack)

G. The Master System 2:

Information on the Master System 2 is available in the regular SMS FAQ. I've included it here because it was released in foreign areas with different pack-ins.

MS2 pack-ins include:
Alex Kidd in Miracle World
Sonic the Hedgehog
Alex Kidd in Miracle World & Sonic the Hedgehog
Lion King
Shinobi and Global Defense (possibly in Australia?)

H. The Master System 3:
The newest version of the Master System, released in Brazil only is about the same size as the MS2. The system is molded in Black and has come packaged with 2 games, Alex Kidd in Miracle World and Sonic the Hedgehog. This is the only version of the Master System that is currently sold in the world!

MS3 pack-ins include:
Alex Kidd in Miracle World,
Sonic the Hedgehog

I. The MS Super Compact:
Released in Brazil only, this version of the Master System is slightly larger than the Game Gear. In addition to it's smaller size, this version allowed remote control play in addition to play via an RF Switchbox! The remote control broadcasts on channel 12 or 13. In addition, the version of the MS Super Compact with #1 below was molded in PINK!

The MS Super Compact came packed with several different titles:
1. A game for girls entitled Monica no Castelo do Dragao (a Brazilian cartoon character). This game, I have been told is Wonderboy in Monsterland with a girl lead character! In addition, a boy's version of this game was made.
2. Sonic The Hedgehog
3. Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (packed in the system's Rom area)
4. Alex Kidd in Miracle World
5. A soccer game (special pack for the World Cup)

III. Title list

Key:
A = America
Au = Australia (Ozisoft)
B = Brazil (Tec Toy)
C = Canada (Sega of Canada)
E = Europe (Sega of Europe)
EC = Europe "Classics" version. Sega re-released some of their titles with different packaging (same game, though), entitled "Classics". Much like they did in America with "Sonic", "Streets of Rage" and others.
G = Germany
J = Japan (Sega of Japan)
M3 = Mark III
N = Netherlands
SG = SG-1000
SC = SC-3000

A. SG-1000:
'88 Olympics; Sega; SG
Champion Ice Hockey; Sega; SG
Droll; Sega; SG
Frogger; Sega; SG
Gologo 13; Sega; SG
Hyper Sports 2; Sega; SG
Match Play Golf; Sega; SG

B. SC-3000:

Basic; Sega; SC
This cart has 91 different instructions to control everything but sound. Once the Basic cart was loaded only 515 bytes of RAM were left to program in, leaving much to be desired! In addition, this cart retailed for $129 Australian!!!
Black Box; Sega; SC Tape
Black Jack; Sega; SC Tape
Bombers; Sega; SC Tape
Borderline (coin-op); #1001; Sega; SC
Champion Baseball; #1011; Sega; SC
Champion Boxing (??)
Champion Golf; Sega; SC
Champion Soccer (??)
Champion Tennis; Sega; SC
Congo Bongo (coin-op); Sega; SC
Exerion (coin-op); #1028; Sega; SC
Golf; Sega; SC
Jazzi; Sega; SC Tape
Kamikaze; Sega; SC Tape
Lode Runner; Sega; SC
Master Mind; Sega; SC Tape
Monaco GP; #1017; Sega; SC
Music; Sega; SC
N-Sub; Sega; SC
Orguss; #1015; Sega; SC
Othello; Sega; SC Tape
Pacar; #1020; Sega; SC
Pop Flamer - Sega
Ragni (Spiders); Sega; SC Tape
Safari Hunting; Sega; SC
Safari Race; Sega; SC
Sega Flipper; #1019; Sega; SC
Sindbad Mystery; #1012; Sega; SC
Star Jacker; #1010; Sega; SC
Star Trek; Sega; SC
World Defender; Sega; SC Tape
Yamato; Sega; SC

Cartridges games were sold at two different prices:
54500 Lire (nearly 30 US$) and 61500 Lire (nearly 34 US$) and $39.95 AUS
Tape games were sold at 16000 Lire (nearly 9 US$)

C. Mark III:
Alex Kidd: Miracle World; Sega; M3
Baseball; Sega; M3
G-1354; Sega; M3
G-1355; Sega; M3
Galactic Protector; Paddle; Sega; M3
Kenseiden; Sega; M3
Lord of the Sword; Sega; M3
Me Gumi Rescue (#G-1359); Paddle; Sega; M3

D. Master System:
A Turma Da Monica; Tec Toy; B
Ace of Aces; Sega; Au, B, E
Action Fighter; Sega; Au, A, B, E, N
Action Pack (Shinobi, The Ninja and Kung-Fu Kid); Tec Toy; B
Addams Family; Acclaim; Au, E
Aerial Assault; Sega; A, Au, B, E
After Burner; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Air Rescue; Sega; Au, B, E
Aladdin; Sega; Au, B, E
Alex Kidd: High Tech World; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Alex Kidd: Lost Stars; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Alex Kidd: Miracle World; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Alex Kidd: Shinobi World; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Alf; Sega; A, E
Alien III; Arena; Au, B, E
Alien Storm; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Alien Syndrome; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Altered Beast; Sega; A, Au, B, E
American Pro Baseball (Reggie Jackson Baseball); Sega; Au, B, E
American Pro Football (Walter Payton Football); Sega; Au, E
Andre Agassi Tennis; Tecmagik; Au, B, E, N
Arcade Smash Hits; Virgin; Au, E
Arch Rivals; Acclaim; E?
Arcus Odyssey; ?; ?
Arial: Little Mermaid; Tec Toy; B, E
Assault City; Sega; Au, B?, E, N
Assault City; Sega; Gun; B?, E
Asterix 2: Secret Missions; Sega; Au, B, E
Asterix and the Great Rescue; Sega; Au, B, E
Asterix; Sega; Au, B, E
Astro Warrior/Pit Pot; Sega; Au, E
Astro Warrior; Sega; A, B
Ayrton Senna GP; US Gold; Au, B, E
Aztec Adventure; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Back to the Future II; Image Works; Au, B, E, N
Back to the Future III; Image Works; Au, E
Bank Panic; Sega; Au, B, E
Basketball Nightmare; Sega; Au, B, E
Batman Animation; ?; ?
Batman Returns; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E, EC
Battle Out Run; Sega; B, E
Battletoads in Battlemaniacs; Tec Toy; B, E
Black Belt; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Blade Eagle; Sega; 3D; A, Au, B, E
Bomber Raid; Activision; A, Au
Bomber Raid; Sega; E
Bonanza Bros.; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Bram Stoker's Dracula; Sony Imagesoft; E, N
Bubble Bobble; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Buggy Run; Capcom/Sega; B, E
Buster Douglas Boxing; Sega; A, E
California Games II; Sega; Au, B, E
California Games; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Captain Planet; Sega; E
Captain Silver; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Carmen World (probably Where in the World is Carmen SanDiego); Tec Toy; B
Casino Games; Sega; A, Au, E, N
Champions of Europe; TecMagik; B, E
Championship Hockey; US Gold; E
Chapolim; Tec Toy; B
Chase HQ; Sega; Au, E, N
Choplifter; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Chuck Rock 2; Virgin; Au, B, E
Chuck Rock; Virgin; Au, B, E
CJ Elephant Fugitive; Codemasters; E
Cliffhanger; ?; ?
Cloud Master; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Columns; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Cool Spot; Sega; Au, E
Cosmic Spacehead; Codemasters; Au, E
Crash Dummies; Acclaim; Au, B, E
Cyber Shinobi; Sega; Au, B, E
Cyborg Hunter; ????; E
Cyborg Hunter; Activision; A, Au, B
Daffy Duck in Hollywood; Sega; Au, B
Danan, the Jungle Fighter; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Dead Angle; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Desert Speedtrap; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Desert Strike; Sega; Au, B, E
Dick Tracy; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Die Hard 2; ?; ?
Dino Basher; Codemasters;
Donald Duck: Lucky Dime Caper; Sega; GG Version; Au, E
Donald Duck 2: Deep Duck Trouble; Sega; Au, E
Donald Duck boxed set (contains both games & a t-shirt); Sega; E
Doraemon; Sega; J
Double Dragon; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Double Dragon 2; Sega; E
Double Hawk; Sega; Au, E, N
Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Dragon Crystal; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E, N
Driving Pack (Super Cross, Super Monaco and World Grand Prix); Tec Toy; B
Drop Zone; Codemasters; E
Dynamite Duke; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Dynamite Dux; Sega; Au?, E, N
Ecco the Dolphin 2: Tides of Time; Sega; GG Version; B
Ecco the Dolphin; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Enduro Racer; Sega; A, Au, B, E
E-Swat; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Excellent Dizzy Collection; Codemasters; E
F-1; Sega; Au, B, E
F-15; ?; ?
F-16 Fighting Falcon; Sega; Card; A, Au, B, E
F-16 Fighting Falcon (F-16 Fighter); Sega; Cart; Au
Fantastic Dizzy; Codemasters; Au?, E
Fantasy Zone II; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Fantasy Zone; Sega; A, Au, E, N
Fantazy Zone: The Maze; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Fargius No Jyakoutei; Sega; J
Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge; ?; ?
Fire & Forget 2; Sega; E
Fire & Ice; Sega; B
Flash; Sega; E
Flinstones; Sega; Au, E
Forgotten Worlds; Sega; Au, B, E, N
G.B.Esportes Rad.; Tec Toy; B
Gain Ground; Sega; Au, B, E
Galaxy Force; Activision; A, Au, B, N
Galaxy Force; Sega; E
Game Box Esportes; Tec Toy; B
Gangster Town; Sega; Gun; A, Au, B, E
Gauntlet; US Gold; Au, B, E
George Foreman's KO Boxing; Flying Edge; Au, B, E
Geraldinho; Tec Toy; B
Ghost House; Sega; Card; A, Au, B, E, N
Ghost House; Sega; Cart; Au, E
Ghostbusters 2; ?; ?
Ghostbusters; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Ghouls 'N' Ghosts; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Global Defense; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Global Gladiators; Sega; Au, B, E
Global Golf; ?; ?
G-Loc; Sega; Au, B, E
Godfather; ?; ?
Golden Axe Warrior; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Golden Axe; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Golfamania; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Golvellius; Sega; A, Au, B, E
GP Rider; Sega; GG Version, Au, B, E
Great Baseball; Sega; A, E
Great Basketball; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Great Football; Sega; A, E
Great Golf; Sega; A, Au, E, N
Great Ice Hockey; Sega; A, E
Great Soccer; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Great Soccer; Card; Sega; G
Great Volleyball; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Hang On/Astro War.; Sega; A, Au, E
Hang On/Safari Hunt; Sega; A, Au, E
Hang On; Sega; Au, E
Hang On; Sega; Card; Au, E
Heavyweight Champ (Buster Douglas Boxing); Sega; Au, B, E
Heroes of the Lance; U.S. Gold; Au, B, E, N
Home Alone; Sega; ?
Hurricanes; ?; ?
Impossible Mission; USGold; Au, B, N, E
Incredible Hulk; Kixx; E
Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade: The Action Game; USGold; Au, B, E, N
James Bond 007: The Duel; Domark; Au, B, E, N
James Pond 2: Robocod; USGold; Au, B, E, N
Joe Montana Football; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Jungle Book; Virgin; Au, B, E
Jurassic Park; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Kenseiden; Sega; A, Au, B, E
King's Quest; Parker Bros.; A
Klax; Sega; Au, E
Kung Fu Kid; Sega; A, Au, B, N, E
Laser Ghost; Sega; Gun; Au, E
Lemmings; Sega; Au, B, E
Lemmings 2; ?; ?
Light Corridor; ?; ?
Light Force; ?; ?
Line of Fire; Sega; Au, B, E (Has an undocumented 3-D mode!)
Lion King; Virgin; Au, B, E
Lord of the Sword; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Mahjong?? (with bunny girls:); Sega; J
Mak Jong; Sega; J
Marble Madness; Domark; Au, E
Marksmanship/Trap Shooting/Safari Hunt; Sega; Gun; E
Marksmanship/Trap Shooting; Sega; Gun; A, Au?, B, E
Master Chess; Sega; Au
Master Games 1; Sega; E
Master of Darkness; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Masters of Combat; Sega; Au, B, E
Maze Hunter; Sega; 3D; A, Au, B, E, N
Maze Hunter 2; ?; ? (I'm fairly certain this was NOT released)
Mercs; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Michael Jackson Moonwalker; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Mickey Mouse: Castle of Illusion; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Mickey Mouse: Land of Illusion; Sega; Au, B, E
Micro Machines; Codemasters; Au?, E
Miracle Warriors; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Missile Defense; Sega; 3D; A, Au, B, E
Monica Castle Dragao; Tec Toy; B
Monopoly; Sega; A, Au, E
Monster Maker; Sega; J
Montezuma's Revenge; Parker Bros.; A, Au
Montezuma's Revenge; ?; ?
Mortal Kombat 3; ??; B
Mortal Kombat 2; Acclaim; GG Version; Au, B, E
Mortal Kombat; Acclaim; GG Version; Au, B, E
Ms. Pacman; Sega; Au, B, E
My Hero; Sega; Card; A, Au, B, E, N
My Hero; Sega; Cart; Au, E
NBA Jam; Acclaim; GG Version; E
New Zealand Story; Tecmagik; Au, E
Ninja Gaiden; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Ninja, The; Sega; A, Au, E
Olympic Gold: Barcelona '92; USGold; Au, B, E, N
Operation Wolf; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Ottifants; Sega; B, E
Out Run Europa; Sega; Au, B, E
Out Run; Sega; 3D; Au, B, E
Out Run; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Pac-Mania; TecMagik; Au, E
Paperboy; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Parlor Games; Sega; A, Au, E
Pengo; Sega; E
Penguin Land; Sega; A, E
PGA Tour Golf; US Gold; Au, E
Phantasy Star; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Pitfighter; Sega; Au, B, E
Populous; Tecmagik; Au, B, E, N
Poseidon Wars; Sega; 3D; A, Au, B, E
Power Strike II; Sega; Au, B, E
Power Strike; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Predator II; Sega; Au, B, E
Primal Rage; Sega; B
Prince of Persia; Domark; Au, B, E
Pro Wrestling; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Psychic World; Sega; Au, E, B, N
Psycho Fox; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Putt & Putter; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Quartet; Sega; A, Au, E, N
R.C. Grand Prix; Tengen; A, Au, B, E
Rainbow Islands; Sega; Au, B, E
Rambo 3; Sega; Gun; A, Au, B, E
Rambo First Blood II (Secret Command); Sega; A, Au, B
Rampage; ????; E
Rampage; Activision; A, Au, B
Rampart; Domark; Au, E
Rastan; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Reggie Jackson Baseball (American Baseball); Sega; A
Ren & Stimpy: Quest for the Shaven Yak; Tec Toy; B
Renegade; Sega; Au, B, E
Rescue Mission; Sega; Gun; A, Au, B, E, N
Road Rash; USGold; Au, B, E
Robin Hood; Virgin; E
Robocod; Sega; Au, E
Robocop 3; Acclaim; Au, B, E
Robocop Vs. Terminator; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Rocky; Sega; A, B, E
R-Type; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Running Battle; Sega; Au, B, E
Safari Hunt; Sega; Gun; A, E
Sagaia; Sega; Au, B, E
Sapo Xule; TecToy; B
Scramble Spirits; Sega; Au, B, E
Secret Command(o) (Rambo First Blood II); Sega; Au, B, E
Sega Chess; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Sensible Soccer; Sony Imagesoft; Au, E
Shadow Dancer; Sega; Au, B, E
Shadow of the Beast; Tecmagik; Au, B, E, N
Shanghai; Sega; A, Au, E
Shinobi; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Shooting Gallery; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Simpsons: Bart Vs. the Space Mutants; Flying Edge; Au, E
Simpsons: Bart Vs. the World; Flying Edge; Au, B, E
Simpsons: Krusty's Funhouse; Flying Edge; Au, B, E
Slap Attack; ?; ?
Slap Shot; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Smurfs, The; Tec Toy; B, E
Sonic Chaos; Sega; Au, B, E
Sonic Spinball; Sega; Au, B, E
Sonic the Hedgehog 2; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Sonic the Hedgehog; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Space Gun; Sega; Au, E
Space Harrier 3-D; Sega; A, B, E
Space Harrier; Sega; A, Au, E
Special Criminal Investigation; Sega; Au, E
Speedball 2; Sega; Au, E
Speedball; Virgin/Image Works; Au, E, N
Speedy Gonzales (Cheese Cat'astrophe starring); Sega; Au, B, E
Spell Caster; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Spider Man (Return of the Sinister Six); Sega; Au, E, B
Spider Man (Vs. Kingpin); Sega; A, Au, B, E
Spiderman Vs. X-Men; Acclaim; E
Sports Pad Football; Sega; A, Au?, E
Sports Pak 1 (Great Volleyball, World Cup Italia '90 and Wimbledon); TecToy; B
Sports Pak 2 (Surf and BMX from Cal. Games); TecToy; B
Spy Vs. Spy; Sega; Card; A, B, E
Spy Vs. Spy; Sega; Cart; Au, E
Star Wars; USGold; Au, B, E
Streets of Rage 2; Sega; GG Version; B, E
Streets of Rage; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Strider II; USGold; Au, B, E, N
Strider; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Submarine Attack; Sega; Au, B, E, N
Summer Games; Sega; Au, B, E
Super Cross; Tec Toy; B
Super Kick Off; USGold; Au, B, E
Super Monaco GP; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Super Monaco GP 2 (Ayrton Senna GP); Sega; A, E
Super Off Road; Sega; GG Version; Au, E
Super Real Basketball; Sega; E
Super Smash TV; Sega; Au, E
Super Space Invaders; Domark; Au, E, N
Super Tennis; Sega; Card; A, E, G, N
Super Tennis; Sega; Cart; Au, E
Superman; Virgin; Au, B, E
T2: Arcade Game; Acclaim; Au, E
T2: Judgement Day; Acclaim; Au, E
Tazmania; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Tecmo World Cup Soccer; Sega; Au, E
Teddy Boy; Sega; Card; A, B, E, N
Teddy Boy; Sega; Cart; Au, E
Tennis Ace; Sega; Au, B, E
Terminator; Virgin; Au, B, E
Thunder Blade; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Thunderblade 2; Sega; E, N
Time Soldiers; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Tom & Jerry; Sega; GG Version; Au, B, E
Transbot; Sega; Card; A, B, E, N
Transbot; Sega; Cart; Au, E
Trivial Pursuit; Domark; Au, E
Ultima IV; Sega; Au, E, B, N
Ultimate Soccer; Sega; Au, B, E
Vigilante; Sega; A, Au, B, E
Walter Payton Football (American Pro Football); Sega; A, Au
Wanted; Sega; Gun; A, Au, B, E
Where in The World is Carmen San Diego; Parker Bros.; A, Au, E
Wimbledon II; Sega; Au, E
Wimbledon; Sega; Au, E, B
Winter Olympics; USGold; Au, B, E
Wolfchild; Virgin; Au, B, E
Wonderboy III: Dragon's Trap; Sega; A, Au, E, N
Wonderboy in Monsterworld; Sega; Au, E, N
Wonderboy Monster Land; Sega; A, Au, E, N
Wonderboy; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Woody Pop; Sega; Card; ??
World Class Leaderboard; USGold; Au, B, E
World Cup Italia '90; Sega; Au, B, E
World Cup USA '94; Tec Toy; Au, B, E
World Games; Sega; Au, B, E
World Grand Prix; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
World Soccer; Sega; Au, E
World Tournament Golf; Sega; B, E
WWF Steel Cage Challenge; Acclaim; Au
WWF Wrestlemania; Acclaim; Au
Xenon II; Virgin/Bitmap Bros.; Au, E, N
X-Men; Sega;
Y's; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Zaxxon; Sega; 3D; A, Au, B, E, N
Zillion II; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Zillion; Sega; A, Au, B, E, N
Zool; Sega; Au?, E

IV. Peripherals:

A. SC-3000

16 Kb RAM expansion cart (?)
Disk drive (3" micro disk); Price: 1,500,000 Lire - nearly 830 US$!
Joystick; It was white and similar to a Colecovision controller (but without the keypad: it was very long). Also it had 2 red keys (one on the right side, one on the left side...)
Printer; Price: Between 750,000 Lire (nearly 410 US$) and 454,000 Lire (250 US$)

B. Mark III:

Cassette Interface (Mark III); Sega; J
Keyboard (Mark III); Sega; J
Light Pad (Mark III); Sega; J
Light Phaser (Grey - Mark III); Sega; J
Motorcycle controller (Mark III) BH-400; Sega; J
Printer (Mark III); Sega; J
Rapid fire Unit (Mark III); Sega; J
Steering wheel controller (Mark III); Sega; J

C. Master System:

3D Glasses; Sega; A, Au, E
Control Stick; Sega; A, Au, E
Handle Controller; Sega; Au, E
Infra Red Control Pad; WKK, E
Light Phaser (Black); Sega; A, Au, E
Light Phaser (Black, with Orange tip); Sega; A
Rapid Fire Unit; Sega; A, Au, E, J
SG Commander (Prototype); Sega; A
SG Commander; Sega; E
6-button controller; TecToy; B

V. Protos

Confirmed prototypes (company known to be developing the title; Company of origin):
Fire Fight; Sega; E
Pat Riley Basketball; Sega; A

VI. Game Incompatibilities

So far, everything I've gotten from foreign lands has worked fine, with the exception of the following title(s):

New Zealand Story. This title comes up with garbled graphics on both the SMS 1 and SMS 2. I've heard a rumor that it works with the Power Base Converter (attached, of course to the Genesis), so I need to try that and see if it works.

VII. Where can you get the games?

You might try writing to some of the people in my help list… You may find more than you bargained for! :)

Telegames UK also has a selection of foreign Master System games. They are located at:

Telegames
Kilby Bridge
Wigston
Leicester LE18 3TE
United Kingdom

Tel: +44(0)116 2880445
Fax: +44(0)116 2813437

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