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Set of prints made by Hudson Soft, which can be ironed on to a T-shirt. Included in this set is an iron-on print for Vertical Force. It seems that these would have never been made commercially available in stores in Japan, so my guess is that these were handed out at a Hudson Soft booth that was set up at one of the trade shows held in Japan either shortly before or shortly after the commercial release of Vertical Force.

The print for Vertical Force is about 2 and 13/16 inches wide by 2 and 11/16 inches tall. The Hudson Soft print is 2 and 3/4 inches wide by 2 and 3/4 inches tall. The Super Bomberman print, which is oval-shaped, is 3 and 1/4 inches wide through the center horizontally and 2 inches tall through the center vertically.


Original Japanese Instructions:



1. アイロン台にプリントする物(Tシャツ等)を置き、シートの絵の見える方を上にして位置を決めます。
2. アイロンを温度140°C ー 160°Cで約15秒強く押しあてます。
3. アイロンをはずして、そのまま常温まで冷やします。(水や氷を使ってはいけません。)
4. プリントする物からシートをゆっくりはがすとできあがりです。



Ben Stevens’ English translation of original Japanese Instructions:

Hudson Iron Prints (3 pieces)

*Do with an adult

1. Place the T-shirt, etc., on which the picture is to be printed, on an ironing board and set the sheet containing the picture into position, with the side to be seen facing up.
2. Strongly press the iron against the sheet for about 15 seconds at a temperature of 140°C to 160°C.
3. Remove the iron and leave it cool to room temperature. (Do not use water or ice.)
4. Slowly peel the sheet off of the item on which the picture has been printed and you are finished.
※For a clean finish, use cotton, a blended fabric, or one of the finer fabrics.

●Please be careful when handling the iron
●Children in elementary school or below should always do this with an adult.
●Do not use fabrics other than cotton and blended fabrics.
●Water-repellent materials should NOT be used.
●Always adhere to the specified temperature and press time.
●Be sure to turn off the steam iron when finished.
●Please note that, depending on the fabric on which the picture is printed and the pressure bonding, the picture might fade or fall off after washing several times.