yes it did. there are two main results that could happen. if your breath was moist at the time, it could potentially damage contacts of either system but it could mostly help with blowing away dust to make a better contact with the system.
Old Nintendo for us Gen Xers snd the like, yes it did indeed help. The same goes with Atari. While sometimes there was a larger issue at hand, blowing dust away did help reboot it so to speak much like wiping off a dvd helps.
The answers about it "not doing anything" are entirely incorrect.
It blew dust off the copper contacts, allowing the console to read it properly.
Its the same principle as bitflipping due to cosmic rays, as well as the same principle behind "Tilting" to cause glitches.
no - you had to use a q tip and rubbing alcohol to clean the cartridges - and sometimes take the cover off the NES to clean where there cartridge went in - we found out this after throwing a bunch of games away - we were pissed off :) lol
Um no but kinda did we got the air out of the cartridges and the dust so it would work it worked tho but it was annoying
Lol but it didn't Rlly it was unessasary
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