Courtesy of Morgan Conley comes the Famicom Software Project, which emphasizes the latter half of the console’s full name, that being the Family Computer.
To be honest, it’s not the wackiest ideas in the world. After all, Nintendo did release Family BASIC in Japan, which allowed one to create their own games for the platform.
The above reminds of the time someone created a special cart that allows the Sega Genesis to run Mac OS, which again is not too far-fetched, given how that system’s main processor is the Motorola 68000, which was the heart of Macintosh during its earliest days.
Unfortunately, I’m unable to find any images online, circa 2013 (happy new year, by the way). Though this old Sega-16 forum thread has some details. Anyhow, Conley also created the following to show what the Famicom version of Photoshop would be like…
Thanks to Albotas for the head’s up!