Family BASIC (Sometimes named Famicom BASIC) was developed by Nintendo, in conjunction with Hudson Soft and Sharp Corporation. It was released in 1985.


Family BASIC is not really a game, but rather software on a Famicom Cartridge. The Cartidge allows the users to use a dialect of the BASIC programming language, and to create programs and even homebrew games.

Programs can be saved with the Famicom Data Recorder.

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