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Super Famicom 2D Front Boxart Collection

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Super Famicom 2D Front Boxart Collection


This zip files contains 1,875 boxart files. It's a pretty comprehensive collection. Keep in mind there are duplicates in this collection.

I hope these help anyone that is looking for these hard to find boxart covers.

Donations are welcome - https://www.paypal.me/orionsangel

 

 


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