“Genesis does, what Nintendon't!”
Nintendon't was a video gaming company located in Glorious Capital City of the Motherland, Czechoslovakia. The company was founded in 1986 to compete with Nintendo, according to CEO Bolshevik. Nintendon't was very popular in Eastern Europe and in the poorer parts of South Africa, in the 1980s during the Cold War, mostly because it was the only video game company in the USSR.
In 1901, when Nintendo had just achieved great success with Donkey Kong, the Soviet Union had fallen upon hard times. The precious dirt that had been used to power the nation's vehicles had just risen up in price due to the European Dirt Embargo, and the Czech President had just committed suicide after the loss of his favorite goat, Ivan. With the future of communism on the brink of disaster, a lowly peasant named にんてんと゛(Known simply as CEO Bolshevik) began a five year project to try and create an invention to raise money for his government. He spent three years trying to come up with a plan, to no success, until he found inspiration from the children living across the street. They were playing a popular Czech game known as "Brick" in which the children stood and watched a brick, trying to make it move with their thoughts. Bolshevik sat day and night trying to program the game on his personal computer (Which was unimaginably difficult without electricity), until he finally had great success after years, when Virtual Brick came to life. He immediately contacted the government, and informed him of his invention. Upon arriving at the government office, Bolshevik was shot to death by KGB agents, allowing the Czech government to take credit for the game, and inform the nation that Bolshevik had really been a traitor and defected to the side of the United States.
At this point, several more KGB agents crossed the border into Poland, and kidnapped several Polish Children, as well as stealing equipment to design games with. All that was left now was a name for their company. Nintendon't was chosen because it is a parody of Nintendo. Nintendon't thrived in the 1980s, and had just reached its peek, when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. The Nintendon't programming crews were all tragically murdered when fleeing Czech rebels opened fire on the building. As of 2023, the Nintendon't offices are currently housing projects inhabited by a family of monkeys, a rat, and two pigs.
Video Game Systems
The Nintendon't Play Box
The Nintendon't Play Box was the first video game system designed by Nintendon't in 1986. The device was notorious for its size, being that it required a transformer to convert from a 240-volt power supply to a 1240-volt power unit to power that huge game console, 4 car batteries (Something unheard of in Czechoslovakia at the time) for back-up power, has one-bit graphics and space the size of a garage to operate correctly. In fact, it is the largest console ever created. The machine was also notorious, as certain models had a tendency to catch fire when turned on. Nevertheless, the Play Box was incredibly successful, and although it had its downfalls, and expensive cost ($150 USD), it paved the way for its successor, the much more compact Nintendon't Play Box Deux.
Nintendon't Play Box Deux
After the success of the Nintendon't Play Box, the company was anxious to try and have another success. Using what they'd learned from the problems the original Play Box had suffered, the company created the Play Box Deux, a faster, much smaller version of the original Play Box, with 8 bit graphics, instead of the 1 bit the original had. It is the second largest game console ever, relased in 1988. However, the PBD had it's fair share of problems as well. A major downside to the PBD was the fact that it required three people to operate it (One to crank the handle for power, one to play, and one to blow on it to keep it from overheating). It was later discovered that the console had been primarily made from asbestos, and is believed to have caused 1,000 cases of lung cancer in Czechoslovakia alone. This would be the last venture into console design for Nintendon't.
Nintendon't Play Box Portable
Released alongside with the Plax Box Deux in 1988, this portable version of the Play Box was very heavy. It required two car batteries and has 16-bit graphics. This is the first and last portable video game console released by Nintendon't. The three games include Durbsterp: The Experience, Nuke Chicago and Virtual Brick Portable. Because it was heavy (weighs 17 kilos), it required two people (one to carry, the other to play). The console is made out of lead and there are 100 cases of lead poisoning.
An invention created in 1995 to separate it from the competition. It can play games, record messages, browse the internet and take pictures. It was discontinued in 2007 after being too similar to the iPod Touch. It was later succeded by the Nintendon't Mobile Touch phone (NMTP) which would have been released in 2010, but that idea was scrapped, for obvious reasons.
In order to hype up on 2000, Nintendon't created the Nintendon't 2000. It held lots of Y2K Viruses, Missile directing devices and a juicer. It gained populatiry when in N2000 held live coverage of the Al Gore and George Bush Florida Beatdown. They were later burned and scrapped when Osama bin Laden admitted that he used the N2000 to perform 9/11 and plunge the world into World War III. Some were turned into appliances, some were used to train pilots and the US and Israel are currently using them to train their armies to take over the world. George Bush denies it, saying that it doesn't help kill the weak and innocent.
Nintendon't experimented with a new game console, known as the Nintendon't Stretchable. The Stretchable weighed 500 grams, and was made of Unobtanium Rubber, which gave it the ability to be stretched into different shapes, and stay that way. Pressing a button would pop it back into its original shape, as a 1 cubic inch cube. This small console could play any of the Nintendon't games. Several prototypes were tested. Later, SEGA and Game Boy tried to make copies of this, but only succeeded in producing the Game Boy Advance, and the failed SEGA Stretchable.
In 2016, Nintendon't made the Nintendon't 2016. It weighs 3 ounces, and can play any of the Nintendon't games. It is the third portable console (after Nintendon't Touch and Nintendon't Play Box Portable). It has a stylus and a rear touch pad.
Digital Rubix Cube
With the success of the Rubix Cube, and the failure of the Nintendon't Play Box Deux, Nintendon't had decided to forever stay out of the game system business, and instead went in an entirely different direction: The Digital Rubix Cube. The game was merely a Rubix Cube with a 210 volt plug that plugged into the wall. The purpose of the plug was never discovered, and it really only made the game impossible to play, as well as creating a fire hazard. The unsuccessfulness of this Cube made them remake video games, with the release of Virtual Brick Collection in 1992.
Digital Rubix Cube 2
Much more practical, the Digital Rubix Cube 2 is a Rubix Cube with buttons for its squares. The buttons changed the colors of each square. It is powered by batteries.