This SNES consoles Left Turns Up 20 Years

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Super Nintendo (SNES)
Do not want to save the late game data is lost, these men still turn on the console Super Nintendo owned for 20 years.

Unlike game consoles today that offer saving features, SNES console-which is quite popular in 90an- not have this feature and its data will be lost when the battery dies cartridges.

Through his Twitter account, a man named Wanikun it decided to never turn off the console to date is approximately 180,000 hours or more precisely 20 years, 6 months, 2 weeks, 3 days, 8 hours 39 minutes.

He did not want a game called Umihara Kawase who have played during this disappear. As reported by the Gamerant, Friday (08/01/2015), Wanikun time to turn off the console once while going to move house, which fortunately batteries in cartridges can last long enough so that the game data is not lost.

SNES cartridge games on the console itself using Static RAM (SRAM), powered by lithium-ion batteries. So, even though the console is turned off or removed from the console game cartridges, the last game data remain intact which would reduce battery power gradually.

To overcome this, the developer usually provides a feature code at the end of each stage in the game. If no, then the players were forced to finish the game in one day or pause the game with the console remain lit position.

Umihara Kawase itself is a game that just released in Japan in December 1994. The game tells the story of a 19-year-old school boy who got lost in a world full of mutant monsters.

This is not the only unique news concerned with the Super Nintendo. In mid 2015, a prototype hybrid console Playstation / Nintendo rare public appearance, and several copies of game cartridges ET auctioned online shopping site eBay at a price high enough.(Yus / Isk)

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