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Jump into your
and ride the vents to escape The House in the first ever flashable NES game from Brian Parker.
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In the most advanced homebrew yet you control the paper airplane in search of a way out of the 60 room house. Fly over floor vents to get lift or use fans for a speed boost. This house wasn't build very well so you will have to avoid water leaks, arching outlets, paper shredders, and other dangers. Shoot down fast moving enemy planes with rubber bands for more points! When your paper isn't in danger, collect bonus items. Use warp zones to jump to rooms later in the house.
The Glider cart is flashable which means you can replace the built in house with brand new ones. Once you beat The House get a new set of rooms from
and use a
Much more than a reproduction, this original game cartridge is built using all new parts. No donor carts were harmed in the making of this game. Glider game and name copyright 1989 John Calhoun.
Use vents for lift
Who built this house?
Glider red cart with black circuit board (RET-GL-GBL)
Ciclone multi region lockout chip for NTSC, PAL A, PAL B, Asian Systems
Printed die cut paperboard box
Custom "Build Your Own Glider" insert
Black dust sleeve
System Compatibility List:
Works on authentic Nintendo Systems including NTSC, PAL A, PAL B, and Asian systems.
Works on the FC Twin, NEX, and Retro Duo clones.
Works on Famicom using 72-60 pin converter.
Does not work on Yobo clones.
Untested on portable systems, not likely to work.
- built in 63 room house
Plato's Bath House
- 20 crazy bathrooms
- 60+ more hard rooms, save your battery!
Current Known Bugs: