Still scratching your head? No worries--the delivery I'm talking about in the header above is the copy of Sayonara Umihara Kawase I ordered (from AmiAmi) a few months ago.
Actually, the delivery included a copy of the game--the long-awaited 3DS-based follow-up to Umihara Kawase (released for the Super Famicom back in 1994) and Umihara Kawase Shun (first released three years later for the PlayStation)--as well as the game's original soundtrack.
Speaking of which, the photo below showcases both the game's and the soundtrack's cover art (although I guess it does a better job of showcasing the latter's).
Thankfully, I snapped a few close-up shots of the game's cover art, too. One example can be seen below.
I took a photo of the back of Sayonara Umihara Kawase's case, too, just in case any of you are curious about it.
Oh, and here's a shot of the back of the soundtrack's case:
Not impressed? How about the following one, which shows off the interior of the soundtrack's case as well as its CD?
Finally, I know the photo below--of Sayonara Umihara Kawase's cartridge--isn't the best, but I decided to use it anyway because it's hardly the most thrilling example of 3DS cart-label art.
Something I didn't capture with my trusty digital camera: this game's instruction manual--or, rather, its "instruction pamphlet" (if it can even be called that).
Don't fret if you were hoping to get a glimpse of that here, though, as I'm planning to highlight it in a post that'll be published tomorrow morning.
See also: 'Manual Stimulation: Umihara Kawase Shun (PlayStation)'