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Anticipation (New - Factory Sealed)

$59.99

  - gm0175_1 - This is a brand, rare, new unopened, factory sealed mint condition collector's item - Developed by Rare, Ltd., and published by Nintendo of America Inc., Anticipation for NES was released in November of 1988. This was Nintendo's first video board game seems loosely based on the TV show, Win, Lose or Draw, using connect the dots to draw objects. The computer will display dots, then a magic pencil starts connecting the dots to form a picture of a certain color. The object of Anticipation is to be the first to get a card for each of the colors on the game board. To get a card you must be the first player to correctly identify the picture being drawn. If you do, you will receive a card for the color of the picture that was drawn. The first person to collect the four category color squares on 3 different levels, wins. You are on the clock, so as the picture draws, a dice on the screen will count down from 6 to 1. The number showing when a player identifies the picture is the number of spaces that players game piece will move for the next turn. The difficulty level increases as the game goes along, but the challenge is also adjustable, which is a neat feature. Anticipation is made for one to four players (both computer and human). The colorful graphics are above average for the NES. This is a very entertaining game, and that goes double with a few friends or family. This is a great game for the whole family to play, because the mechanics and controls are very user-friendly. New, Mint, H-seam, Factory Sealed - UPC: 45496630461 - ESRB Rated "K/A" Kids to Adults - Rarity Rating "C" - Anticipation for NES game Review by "NES Gamer".

Product Details

  • UPC: 045496630461
  • Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
  • Region: NTSC
  • ESRB Rating: "E" for Everyone
  • Genre: Gameshow
  • Condition: Brand New Factory Sealed

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  • Manufactured by: NES Games, Parts & Service


This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 March, 2014.

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