DescriptionSimilar to the 1991 challenge, the Super Nintendo Campus Challenge 1992 was held at college campuses but only 35 campuses this time. And, this time, the competition was on the SNES.
In this event, the contestants had to collect 50 coins in Super Mario World, complete two laps in F-Zero, and land on two targets in Pilotwings. The score was determined by adding the score from Super Mario World to 100 times the score of F-Zero to 10,000 times the score of Pilotwings.
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There are only two original copies of this game known to exist. One was found in a New York garage sale in 2006. The other was found in an attic of a former employee of a company who did projects for Nintendo.
The winner of the US competition was Jeff Hanson. The winner of the Japanese competition was Yuichi Suyama. Jeff Hanson played against Yuichi Suyama at the 1993 Consumer Electronics Show. Mr. Hanson won and was declared the World Champion.