I have seen it a couple of times on EBay over the years, but got it the first time I saw it. It was in a Voltmace Database bundle which also had the rare No.24 Munch & Crunch as well, but neither have boxes (they were all the same style storage boxes for this system anyway with no artwork) or instructions. I sent a E-Mail to the owner of this page: http://amigan.1emu.net/igg/
back in 2013 about getting both carts dumped (both were undumped at the time), but he did not seem too helpful, so I left it. Still that page is a good resource for the VC4000 series machines and what games were actually released on what systems. There is also a rather good interview at http://www.old-computers.com/magazine/view.asp?r=6&a=15
with the programmer of those two games.
I just wish I had some of the machine converters which existed in very small numbers which allowed you to play different VC4000 system carts from other VC4000 systems, as most the carts were just different sizes with different pin outs, but would work on all VC4000 systems with these rare converters, where I have never seen one for sale for any system, ever and just a few pictures which show they really existed.
Please send me a PM and we can sort out addresses and details.
I am a collector of some obscure Japanese systems including these, but I also buy them to use them, so the only option I have is to buy original game carts for these systems which have no multicart or flash cart device. I guess I am a bit OCD when it comes to complete collections, but know its unlikely I will ever own all known games for some of these systems not only due to rarity but also crazy high prices which just seem to be getting higher. I often try and buy carts unboxed when I can as they are normally cheaper.
I think it is important that these rare games are archived for future preservation, which includes possible use with future flash carts or multicarts to use on original systems.