StarTropics on the NES. Was it Anti-Piracy or just a fun gimmick?

In 1990, Nintendo both developed and published StarTropics a fun tropical action game adventure game. StarTropics came packaged with a physical letter, which set up the story and was used within the game’s plot. During gameplay, the player is prompted to dip this physical letter in water to reveal a hidden code (747), which is required to progress in the game. But Is this letter considered Anti-Piracy or just a fun gimmick to break the fourth wall? In today’s episode, we take a closer look at the Anti-Piracy measure’s of both StarTropics and StarTropics II Zodas Revenge for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

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