Champ Mouse for Super Nintendo, User’s Manual

The last item from the Game Boy box for tonight is this user’s manual for a 3rd party SNES mouse from Champ. As I’ve mentioned before, I had a game copier in the 90s which meant I had a copy of Mario Paint, but no mouse. I saw one of these at Electronics Boutique or Software Etc. and picked it up. The mouse came with a mousepad that I used with my PC for a very long time. As for the game itself, I did end up making a few creations in Mario Paint, some of which I recorded on tape. Maybe one day I’ll post them here.

Googling the mouse now, it seems that it was rather obscure. “SNES Champ mouse” reveals no immediate results, though “SNES third party mouse” does show a single photo from a Nintendo forum. Considering it’s rarity, it might have fetched a nice price on eBay, but sadly I tossed it in the trash back in 2012 (during the moving phase).

That’s all for now. I’ll see if I can find a photo of the actual mouse also. Enjoy!

Champ 3rd Party Mouse for Super Nintendo - User's Manual

Champ 3rd Party Mouse for Super Nintendo - User's Manual

Champ Mouse for SNES
Champ mouse prior to disposal

Super Nintendo Consumer Information and Precautions Booklet

Continuing from the previous post, we have another item that came with my original Super Nintendo, the ultra boring Consumer Information and Precautions Booklet. Like the Nintendo Power brochure, this was also found in the Game Boy box. Code is SNS-USA/CAN-1. Something I forgot to mention in the previous post is that both of these items are printed in Japan, which makes them pre-globalization relics, perfect for the museum.

Super Nintendo Consumer Information and Precautions Booklet

Super Nintendo Consumer Information and Precautions Booklet

Nintendo Power Super Power Club

Found a few more old gaming things stashed away, so putting them in the museum. This first one is another Nintendo Power brochure, GP-SNS-USA-1, most likely included with my Super Nintendo. From the blue shoulder bag I found a receipt for when my mother originally purchased the system on October 4, 1992, so this brochure must be from that period.

The strange thing is that I already scanned another Nintendo brochure with the code GP-SNS-USA-1. How did Nintendo classify their posters? Maybe this code only applies to brochures that features the term “Super Power”.

Lastly, I found this brochure inside my old Game Boy box along with some other miscellaneous things that I stuffed in there. Due to its location in the pile, I do not believe it came with the Game Boy.

As always, I hope you enjoy this museum post.

Nintendo Power Super Power Club
Whoa! was meant to be the first page; It’s Scary!, the last.
Nintendo Power Super Power Club
Opening up the brochure reveals a free Player’s Guide offer.
Nintendo Power Super Power Club
And finally, the full page promotion.