Because an emergency has been announced in Japan regarding the disease, children have dropped out of school. However, when I look out my window here in Osaka, I see their logs roaming the streets and parks, playing against each other. I think they should stay home! The same is true of the Japan Retro Game Association.
To encourage kids to stay home, the team releases 100 Super Famicoms. To apply, you only need to live in a house with a child under the age of sixteen and be able to pay the postage. For more, check out the organization the official site.
The club will also include classic games that should help keep kids indoors.
The agency points out the possibility that these comforters are old, but the machines are functional and clean.
I think this is very good and wonderful. Bravo and many thanks to the Japanese Retro Game Association.
Please give Super Famicoms to all the children in my neighborhood so they can stay home.