Monday, May 23, 2011

Value of Games in Video Game Urinal

Many people have complained about the desecration of the Super Nintendo games when we made the video game urinal. Some people think it is horrible to pee on any Super Nintendo game or misunderstood and think we used games like Super Mario World, Super Metroid, and Zelda Link to the Past. We used only broken games or games nobody wants.

Here is a list of all the games we used and the quantity:

Name - Quanity Used
Battleship - 1
Emmitt Smith - 1
John Madden Football - 1
Madden 93 - 2
Madden 94 - 7
Madden 95 - 1
Madden 96 - 2
Michael Jordan Windy City - 1
Monday Night Football - 1
NBA Allstar Challenge - 1
NBA Live 96 - 1
NCAA Basketball - 4
NCAA Football - 4
QB Club - 2
QB Club 96 - 1
Super Scope - 5
Stanley Cup - 1
Sunday Night Football - 1
Super High Impact - 1
Super Play Action Football - 1
Super Tennis - 1
Troy Aiken - 1

Total - 42 games

Every single game on this list except for Michael Jordan Chaos in Windy City can be purchased right now for $0.01 on Amazon or $0.75 on Those are the lowest prices sellers can use on those sites......and they still don't sell.

And the two Michael Jordan games we used were broken. I can understand people being upset if really good, valuable games were used for this urinal, but people don't want the games we used. This is probably the best use for them.


Other People's Treasure said...

I thought the urinal was a terrific idea! I have plans to put one in my store if I ever get one and it has a public bathroom. I was even thinking of doing an Atari 2600 and a Sega Genesis urinal.

MW said...

I LOVED Super Tennis as a kid. Before multiplayer games blew everything out of the water when the N64 arrived, I was resigned only to whatever the SNES offered. And Super Tennis was so much fun for me. Real tennis paled in comparison.

Needless to say, I sincerely hope ST was broken, because if you guys haven't played it, you're missing out. I looked for years and years for a game on newer systems that came close to the enjoyment I got out of playing ST with my brother. Nothing will ever come close to the old standby.

Anonymous said...

I think a Nintendo 64 urinal would be pretty fun to try out! It'd be a little tricky with the curved top but probably doable :)

JJ Hendricks said...

The curved top on the N64 cart would definitely be tricky. Someone might be able to do it with a generous coating of clear sealant. I won't be trying though, one video game urinal is all I need.

Anonymous said...

A penny on Amazon? Um, what about S&H? Was that factored into the cost?

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