Yujin, a Japanese company which specializes in useless plastic junk in every color or shape you could think of, has released yet another vending machine collection called Nintendo History Collection.
The toy collection features tiny remakes of old Famicom stuff such as the original Famicom (Model HVC-001), the Nintendo Famicom keyboard (HVC-007), the Famicom Disk Player (HVC-022), the Twin Famicom AN-500R and
the top-loading Famicom unit (HVC-101).
Along with each toy is a few accessories, each famicom console has a pair of joypads and a cartridge, Super Mario Brothers for the old FC, Super Mario Brothers3 for the newstyle Famicom and Mario Bros for the
Twin Famicom, the Famicom Basic keyboard has a tape recorder, the Famicom Disk System a RAM cartridge. Cartridges can be inserted into the cartridge slot of the console, or removed (hey! hey!) and joypads can be
Included is also a small paper strip which tells you a little about each to the 5 objects, such as the original Japanese release date. A red cartridge is also shown, which I have yet to find out how you get.
Unfortunately these Yujin plastic gadgets are long gone, so good luck trying to find some. They were available through vending machines in Japan back in 2004, but also online retailer LikSang sold thme back in