What is this SNES prototype worth?

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  1. crabcaek

    crabcaek Newly Registered

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    PAL SNES Exertainment Mountain Bike Rally/Speed Racer Combo - prototype/bike-bundled version
    Don't have the bike, sadly.

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  2. Cat man

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    Roughly $200 to $400.

    I bought a wrestling ntsc cart for $300


    Cool cart by the way :)
     
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    3rd party usualy go for 3 to 5 hundred, Second party and first up in the 3 to 10 grand areas, atleast its how it was for me
     
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    It seems to be part of some fitness bike bundle that wasn't released here in Europe afaik...
     
  5. speedyink

    speedyink Site Supporter 2016

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    It was one of these

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    This game was released with and without the bike, I wouldn't doubt if you could play with just the standard controller.
     
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    you can play it with a controller if you have the non bike version
     
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    So to clarify there are two different versions, one with bike controls and one with regular controls?
     
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    There is specific card on the bike to allow the bike to use two sets of controls on one snes controller port (there is two different control position, depending on the users position). But the controls are the same than a Standard SNES controller (D-Pad, Start/Select, 4 Buttons, L and R). I have never tried to use the retail game on the Entertainment bike I have so I am not sure if it will works, but I can't see why it wouldn't work (even if the number of eeproms on the cart makes me doubt a bit).

    Trying the game on a retail unit with a clasic pad can help us a bit.

    Anyway, this cart is indeed shaped like proto carts but this is not really a prototype, as all the Pal Entertainment bike where bundled with it. I would say around 120 for it.
     
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    their are also bike-less individual releases like MACH GOGO (Speed Racer) thatwhere avalible at retail
     
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    I can confirm this one does not work with controllers. It specifically asks for the bike accessory to be connected.
     
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    Xzx123 Robust Member

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    Most random SNES prototypes regularly sell for around $120-$175, with a little flexibility on either end but generally topping out at under $200. Popular games more than this.

    This cart is a bit different and perhaps more likely to attract people looking for the bike cartridge than people looking for a development board, so who knows.
     
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  13. kennypecheur

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    I was refering to a specific PCB card, not a game card. But yes, there is indeed games sold separately. Bike gameplay doesn't make them more enjoyable haha
     

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