Finland gets a NES game to celebrate 100 years of independence

What better way to celebrate a birthday?

To celebrate 100 years since independence from Russia, a small development team are releasing a NES game based on Finnish culture.

Perkele! Suomi 100 Vuotta will contain three different games based on aspects of Finnish life and attitudes. The games include a drunken brawl outside of a hamburger stand, an endangered species of seal swimming the seas, and finally, shooting the Soviet army using the NES’ Zapper lightgun.

The game will cost €65, ships on an actual NES cartridge and requires the NES Zapper to play the final title. Seems like a great way to celebrate 100 years to us!

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