This might be the weirdest Game Boy Game ever made . But for some reason this system is loved and respected in the sewing machine industry. I found there was two different models of this machine made by SINGER and JAGUAR (a SINGER division). The JN-100 was released in international markets as the Singer IZEK (in case you’ve ever seen one and you don’t live in Japan), and was followed a few years later by the JN-2000, an improved model which, with the use of an external embroidery attachment (check the image), could get the work done faster than the JN-100.The SINGER models works with gameboy cartridge/software called “SINGER – SEWING MACHINE Operation Software”. For the JN-100 the software name would be “RAKU RAKU Mishin”.
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