I wish I could play that. If I knew where the ROM was and what the scematic for the board was, and where to get the mapper chip, I'd try to upload it to cart. I have an EPROPM burner with Windows software, 3 NESs, and a new toy, my UV lamp. ^^ I also have quite a few 128K chips, some 64K, some 32K, and even some OLD OLD 16K, I think. I also have a 27C4096, but I think that it the 16-bit chip and not the 8-bit version, the 27C040. I'm not quite sure If I'm right on this, though.
If you have a friend who goes to a career center/vocational school, ask for all the EPROM equipment dontaed to the students. I have gotten 2 other EPROM burners, my UV lamp, and a large number of NES compatible chips from those old donations. Also, if you are running low on NES EPROMs, buy a bunch of old 80286 and older machines. Many of the BIOS chips in the older computers will be 27XXX or 27CXXX. I got some 27C256(32K) chips out of my old 286 recently. They might heve even been 27C512(64K).
Another donation was an interesting computer from the early 80's with components dating back as early as 1975....including a connector like that in the NES, except 60 pin instead of 72 pin. I'm gonna use it to make my NESs famicom ready, if possible. Also, the computer was an Intel and was blue. also the Winchester Drive(Old name for a Hard Drive, like calling tissues Kleenex) was the size of a tower computer today, and was 16.3 MB. ^^* It also had dual 8-inch floppy drives, one of which I will keep, and the other goes to my teacher. I've also gotten a MESS of 8-inch floppy disks.
Another odd thing. When looking at the Intel processor, I saw something interesting. The processor wasn't an 8086 or a 80286. It read 80C186-12. I don't know what the C means, but I think this is an 80186 processor at 12 MHz. I'd never heard of a 80186 processor, though I wondered why they didn't exist. It looks like they DID exist, but were very rare and used solely for business applications.
Now I have an 8-inch floppy drive, a ton of the old 8-inch disks, more chips, my UV lamp, and the coveted and rare(hopefully) 80186 processor. If anyone want to see it, I'll try to find it and scan a pic, with the board it is soldered onto. ^^
Curse you, evil RF shielding! CURSE YOU, I SAY!
-MM007, the novice console case modder