Preserving Nintendo's History
Advance Wars (iQue) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of Advance Wars by Intelligent Systems. This cartridge was sent to the Chinese government for review when there was still a ban on video games. This translation of the game was never released.

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Game Boy Advance   
File:               ADVANCEWARS_AWRC00.gba
BitSize:            64 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       8388608
CRC32:              E166E6ED
MD5:                C5BE1188D3ED703A50426C4D552B469F
SHA1:               FCA8D30CB57B0602D84947B869717542E4632733
SHA256:             82EDD769AD7C190659D307708372A7DC9029343DEAE52938EBC3E7BEA066358D
----| Header Data |------------------------------------------------
ROM Entry Point:    EA1FF456
Logo Code:          Ok
Title:              ADVANCEWARS 
Serial:             AWRC (China)
Maker Code:         FQ (iQue)
Fixed Value:        0x96 (Ok)
Unit Code:          0x00
Device Code:        0x00
Reserved 1:         0x00000000000000
Version:            0x00 (v1.0)
Complement:         0x5E (Ok)
Reserved 2:         0x0000
----| Backup Media |-----------------------------------------------
Chip:               FLASH_V121
Size:               512 Kbit
Nesticle (Source Code)
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Nesticle is a freeware emulator that hit the emulation scene in April of 1997, created by classmates Icer Addis and Ethan Petty. The emulator was applauded for it’s speed, even on lower end machines, and it introduced many features that are commonplace within emulators today. Just five days after the initial release, founder of Damaged Cybernetics, Donald Moore (also known under the alias MindRape), mounted a hard drive belonging to Icer Addis using the program “Samba”. He began to steal the source code to Nesticle and then offered it to users on IRC, and after a few more updates of the emulator, it was abandoned.

The following file is the original source code zip which was taken that day.

Screenshots

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Hitler no Fukkatsu - Top Secret (Japan) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of Hitler no Fukkatsu - Top Secret by Capcom. This build contains minor differences which are as follows: The exit level option is missing, monitors don’t blink (which is true for the US version), game boots to the title instead of the intro, and menus display as P=0# instead of P=# in the final.

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System           
File:               Hitler_no_fukkatsu_Sample.nes
BitSize:            2 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       262160
CRC32:              6459FBCD
MD5:                E77E439D6AEBCD58DFA3578D7C01122B
SHA1:               7043C3FDB5BD78D66AA31FCCCFE83097A524FF77
SHA256:             DEBECF9191FC41BC052EC775D626E33C0A17AB45B9B94CB8D0162D265D75C3A7
----| iNES Header Data |-------------------------------------------
Num ROM Banks:      0x10 (256 KBytes)
Num VROM Banks:     0x00 (0 KBytes)
Mirroring:          0 (Horizontal)
Save RAM:           1 (Yes)
Trainer:            0 (No)
4-Screen VRAM:      0 (No)
VS-System Cartridge:0 (No)
ROM Mapper:         1 (Nintendo MMC1)
Num RAM Banks:      0x00 (None or 8 KBytes)
Display:            0 (NTSC)
----| NES Header Data |--------------------------------------------
Title:              ????????????????
PRG-ROM Checksum:   0xFFFF (Bad; 0xD6C5)
CHR-VROM Checksum:  0xFFFF (Bad; 0x0000)
PRG Size:           0x15 (33554432 KBytes)
CHR Size:           0x15 (16777216 KBytes)
Mirroring:          0x15 (Horizontal)
Board Type:         0x15
Unknown 1:          0xFFFFFFFF
Maker Code:         0xFF (Unknown)
Unknown 2:          0xFF
Vectors:            0x56C000C095C0
----| Headerless Data |--------------------------------------------
Size (Bytes):       262144
CRC32:              01F63D1A
MD5:                6B74B5C49318F57972DA7972A07F11D6
SHA1:               5F3FE823AE3E4FDEE75173BF51BE90B0065E766E
SHA256:             458E13CF9296E59774D5A2E36CFD596F5467A5D5E911078ABEC7323F2893F4CD

Board / Cartridge Images

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Cart Back

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A Week of Garfield (Japan) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of A Week of Garfield by Towa Chiki Corp. There are a few differences that can be seen throughout this build. The images below showcase a change that can be found within the city stage, where the word “RESTAURANT” is misspelled.

Screenshots

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

There are also some debug features within, such as invincibility which can be activated by pressing Down+B on the titlescreen. There is also a level skip which can be used by pressing the select button on the title screen. The amount of times pressed determines which stages get skipped.

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System       
File:               A Week of Garfield (Prototype v0.9).nes
BitSize:            1 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       163856
CRC32:              285F9B44
MD5:                CD23545253E3E4BDB9BC53BA1A1266C0
SHA1:               9CFC3D48AA49930FC00E9C4E24E3DF3C8A091E8E
SHA256:             DC9537EAB4724494B0595029AAC55B01CD1C75F4048516AFFF5E59904B852C86
----| iNES Header Data |-------------------------------------------
Num ROM Banks:      0x08 (128 KBytes)
Num VROM Banks:     0x04 (32 KBytes)
Mirroring:          0 (Horizontal)
Save RAM:           1 (Yes)
Trainer:            0 (No)
4-Screen VRAM:      0 (No)
VS-System Cartridge:0 (No)
ROM Mapper:         1 (Nintendo MMC1)
Num RAM Banks:      0x00 (None or 8 KBytes)
Display:            0 (NTSC)
----| NES Header Data |--------------------------------------------
Title:              AWEEKOFGARFIELD 
PRG-ROM Checksum:   0x0000 (Bad; 0xB17A)
CHR-VROM Checksum:  0x0000 (Bad; 0x6B11)
PRG Size:           0x3 (128 KBytes)
CHR Size:           0x2 (32 KBytes)
Mirroring:          0x0 (Horizontal)
Board Type:         0x4
Unknown 1:          0x010EE100
Maker Code:         0xE1 (Unknown)
Unknown 2:          0x00
Vectors:            0x63C000C08080
----| Headerless Data |--------------------------------------------
Size (Bytes):       163840
CRC32:              F110BE46
MD5:                D5E68C6B1B8201B6216EE7772C45D0F3
SHA1:               176B67F0D7EAD59B2E1E9EB2F6A8394BE008DDF1
SHA256:             0AE803BC9D78D246B94991579820BC3BE34DA82DFD95896FA9939636B063F6B6

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Front
Cart Back
Catrap (USA) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of Catrap by Asmik. This build is lacking the pawprints and cat face found within the titlescreen logo of the final game.

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Game Boy         
File:               Catrap-GB-Prototype.gb
BitSize:            256 Kbit
Size (Bytes):       32768
CRC32:              CA3BC888
MD5:                D4A7BD8598B050262ED6F553B45D5B3E
SHA1:               928B9B3CB2ED5E6D6FC754679B3C994F7ED803C3
SHA256:             0BD0B65AEDEC210A01102D95FD4FF5CCDD6E068916EB6243B66331204D306FAE
----| Header Data |------------------------------------------------
Entry Point:        0x0150C300
Logo Code:          Ok
Title:              CATRAP          
New Licensee Code:  N/A
SGB Support:        0x00 (No)
Cartridge Type:     0x00 (ROM)
ROM Size:           0x00 (Ok; 256 Kbit; 32768 Bytes)
RAM Size:           0x00 (None)
Old Licensee Code:  0xE8 (Asmik)
Version:            0x00 (v1.0)
Header Checksum:    0x43 (Ok)
Global Checksum:    0x519A (Ok)

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Front
Cart Back

Special Thanks

Massive thanks to Swanhubstream for sending this in for release!

Wii Menu Install Disc (Ver. 1)
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This is a a disc which allows for the installation of a Wii menu from any region and version of the users choice. This disc was intended for systems that only have the NDEV menu currently installed.

Screenshots

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ROM Information

Name: Wii Menu Changer v1.00 (Disc 1, Revision 0)
Game ID: RABAZZ (0001000052414241)
Country: World
Maker: Unknown (ZZ)
Apploader Date: 2007/02/27                                             

Disc Images

Disc Front

Special Thanks

Massive thanks to GamingLegend64 for sending this in for release!

Ninja Hattori-kun (Japan) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of Ninja Hattori-kun by Hudson Soft. This build contains minor differences which are as follows: The sky color remains light blue in every stage, no health recovery after beating a stage, and the arrow on the menu is a different color.

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System     
File:               hattoriproto.nes
BitSize:            320 Kbit
Size (Bytes):       40976
CRC32:              ECB972C4
MD5:                645E6A4EB6C0D6C9FDEDA134C0F2C12C
SHA1:               9DA5325B3F3BE7BDB77FBA505B6B88587BEC7919
SHA256:             266C01D16791F5B31753AE9FF0755C34EBA74DCEFC10C3DAF2535ED254E3051D
----| iNES Header Data |-------------------------------------------
Num ROM Banks:      0x02 (32 KBytes)
Num VROM Banks:     0x01 (8 KBytes)
Mirroring:          1 (Vertical)
Save RAM:           1 (Yes)
Trainer:            0 (No)
4-Screen VRAM:      0 (No)
VS-System Cartridge:0 (No)
ROM Mapper:         3 (UNROM switch)
Num RAM Banks:      0x00 (None or 8 KBytes)
Display:            0 (NTSC)
----| NES Header Data |--------------------------------------------
Title:              ???V#?0? aH???
PRG-ROM Checksum:   0xFFFF (Bad; 0x1EFA)
CHR-VROM Checksum:  0xFFFF (Bad; 0x86B3)
PRG Size:           0x15 (33554432 KBytes)
CHR Size:           0x15 (16777216 KBytes)
Mirroring:          0x15 (Horizontal)
Board Type:         0x15
Unknown 1:          0xFFFFFFFF
Maker Code:         0xFF (Unknown)
Unknown 2:          0xFF
Vectors:            0x38800080C180
----| Headerless Data |--------------------------------------------
Size (Bytes):       40960
CRC32:              FA12003D
MD5:                F1160B02B059AD7076823A485183313A
SHA1:               4FB7E59BC5EF965467D19AF9191DD91DF104FE61
SHA256:             E48107211B9D4539CE74414F5CA9FEA59E05632227DF556217A9E0055D5C635B

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Front
Cart Top
Super Mario Collection Screen Saver
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(This was a joint release between us and our good friends at Gaming Alexandria!)

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The Super Mario Collection Screensaver CD-ROM was released by Digitainment and Yutaka in 1997. As well as installing the screen savers, it also consits of three applications, those being a wallpaper selector, a calculator, and a desktop clock. The user is able to select between two themes for each program through the dropdown menu.

In total, the disc contains six different screensavers. Screensavers “Allcast”, “MandL”, and “Kuppa” all mainly contain the same idea but with slight differences (various different characters running across the screen). Second is “Sea”, which features Mario, Cheep Cheeps, and Bloopers swimming. The next screensaver is titled “Coin” which features a prerendered 3D Mario coin spinning. Lastly is my personal favorite, “Hanabi”. It’s the nicest one by far, with Peach, Mario, Toad, and Bowser standing by the stage flagpole in the night sky.

When loading the installer, you will be prompted to enter the serial number that is found on the serial number sheet. (DGW-20245-03947)

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You can download high quality scans for the packaging here.

Dump Information

Title: Super Mario Collection Screen Saver
Disc Number / Letter: 
Disc Title: Super Mario Collection Screen Saver (Desktop Accesories)
System: IBM PC Compatible
Media Type: CD-ROM
Category: Software
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese
Disc Serial: 
Ringcode Information:
	Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): A-A184 A184
	Mastering SID Code: IFPI 9906
	Label-Side Mould SID Code: 
	Data-Side Mould SID Code: 
	Additional Mould: 
	Toolstamp or Mastering Code (engraved/stamped): 
Barcode: 
ISBN: 
Error Count: 0

Disc Images

Front Cover
Back Cover

Disc Front Insert

Special Thanks

Massive thanks to Results May Vary and Rockleevk for sending this in for release!

Star Soldier (Japan) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of Star Soldier by Hudson Soft. The only known difference that could be found was that all built-in cheat codes that are usually on the title are inaccessible.

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Nintendo Entertainment System
File:               StarSoldierFCProto.nes
BitSize:            384 Kbit
Size (Bytes):       49168
CRC32:              8D741CC7
MD5:                8F8821C2ABF017FC6A843F2F5C25638B
SHA1:               A6287D9FEF7CCB29B0F7668ADF3D4CEA09CFF608
SHA256:             DFA44F7F1B043D5583ED24A78DF5EA010360ABBFE87A1B862DAE5157E3B5644B
----| iNES Header Data |-------------------------------------------
Num ROM Banks:      0x02 (32 KBytes)
Num VROM Banks:     0x02 (16 KBytes)
Mirroring:          1 (Vertical)
Save RAM:           1 (Yes)
Trainer:            0 (No)
4-Screen VRAM:      0 (No)
VS-System Cartridge:0 (No)
ROM Mapper:         3 (UNROM switch)
Num RAM Banks:      0x00 (None or 8 KBytes)
Display:            0 (NTSC)
----| NES Header Data |--------------------------------------------
Title:              :???????????????
PRG-ROM Checksum:   0xFFFF (Bad; 0x7206)
CHR-VROM Checksum:  0xFFFF (Bad; 0xC8D0)
PRG Size:           0x15 (33554432 KBytes)
CHR Size:           0x15 (16777216 KBytes)
Mirroring:          0x15 (Horizontal)
Board Type:         0x15
Unknown 1:          0xFFFFFFFF
Maker Code:         0xFF (Unknown)
Unknown 2:          0xFF
Vectors:            0x829F0A800A80
----| Headerless Data |--------------------------------------------
Size (Bytes):       49152
CRC32:              F0F14C4C
MD5:                CD5E5106AC08153811FADA3490C6F0FF
SHA1:               FA205A788891B860D8CA2B5C4378192D2652ED6C
SHA256:             80A54B4561F5AE7B946461B11B6B5A66B070642F42480897D162D6CBFA7535C9

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Front

Special Thanks

Massive thanks to Xnz136 for sending this in for release!

Nintendo Daijiten Vol. 1
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(This was a joint release between us and our good friends at Gaming Alexandria!)

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Nintendo Daijiten is essentially a CD-ROM containing a Nintendo encyclopedia. It was created by Softbusiness and Funny Soft in 1998 for use with Windows 95, 98 and NT.

The first disc is where all of the meat is, mainly consisting of interviews with various Nintendo staff (including an over 100 page long interview with Shigeru Miyamoto), as well as information of new games at the time. Each page is accompanied with some Nintendo music as well as some custom flash animated characters, such as Mario, Luigi, Mr. Saturn, and more.

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The second disc, titled “Special Presents”, contains a list of every Nintendo published game ranging from the Famicom to Nintendo 64. Each entry is able to be viewed and it displays the original price and release date for each game. Also included is a demo function which allows you to see some shots of each game.

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Dump Information

Title: Nintendo Daijiten (Nintendo Dictionary) + Special Presents CD-ROM "Nintendo Daihyakka" (Nintendo Encyclopedia)
Disc Number / Letter: 1 of 2
Disc Title: Nintendo Daijiten
System: IBM PC Compatible
Media Type: CD-ROM
Category: Software
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese
Disc Serial: SOFBIZIDA-1
Ringcode Information:
	Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): SOFBIZIDA-1 OP8Z2A IFPI L302
	Mastering SID Code: IFPI 4833
	Label-Side Mould SID Code: 
	Data-Side Mould SID Code: 
	Additional Mould: 
	Toolstamp or Mastering Code (engraved/stamped): 
Barcode: 4539421111119
ISBN: 
Error Count: 0

Title: Nintendo Daijiten (Nintendo Dictionary) + Special Presents CD-ROM "Nintendo Daihyakka" (Nintendo Encyclopedia)
Disc Number / Letter: 2 of 2
Disc Title: Special Presents CD-ROM "Nintendo Daihyakka"
System: IBM PC Compatible
Media Type: CD-ROM
Category: Software
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese
Disc Serial: SOFBIZIDA-2
Ringcode Information:
	Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): SOFBIZIDA-2 OP8Z2A IFPI L302
	Mastering SID Code: IFPI 4805
	Label-Side Mould SID Code: 
	Data-Side Mould SID Code: 
	Additional Mould: 
	Toolstamp or Mastering Code (engraved/stamped):
Barcode: 4539421111119
ISBN:
Error Count: 0

Disc Images

Front Cover
Back Cover

Disc Front Disc Front

Special Thanks

Massive thanks to Results May Vary and Rockleevk for sending this in for release!

Donkey Kong 3 - Dai Gyakushuu (PC-8801)
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(This was a joint release between us and our good friends at Gaming Alexandria!)

Another PC-8801 Hudson Soft/Nintendo game has finally been preserved. This particular port has never been seen online before (not to be confused with the X1 version). This leaves only one port of this game left to discover. That version is the PC-6601. There was also a version for the FM-7 but was cancelled sometime during it’s development.

All three ports were being sold at BEEP shop in Akihabara Japan and was announced on their Twitter. We setup a fundraiser and managed to reach the requirement. Massive thanks to all those who were involved. These people include Hubz, Artemio, DeMasterchief7, marioknight, Professor Borp, togemet2, and CheeseMeister.

Dumping Details

The game was a bit confusing to dump due to the copy protection. A Kryoflux was used but kept reading like it was bad.

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After awhile I realized the Kryoflux was not going to be able to dump the disk with the required specific parameters. Artemio and Joseph Redon both mentioned that it wasn’t great at extracting the data properly in some cases and this looked to be one of them. Joseph also warned that the KF Binary Conversion process forces the drive to read the disk many times which increases your risk of ruining the disk! However we could likely convert it from a stream preservation file in HxC. I dumped it with that but the image looked incorrect when viewed in HxC.

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I would come to find out late this was due to the copy protection, however at the time I thought something was wrong with how it was being dumped. Joseph suggested telling HxC to decode it with doublestep it due to it being a 2HD disk and making it read at 300rpm as opposed to 360rpm. This helped somewhat but the image was still showing lots of bad sectors. I read various manuals on the model of my floppy drive and figured out how to make it read at 300RPM by desoldering a jumper on the drive. Dumped again but the image still showed bad. Artemio suggested trying to dump with my PC-8801 drive so I pulled it apart and plugged it into one of the drives. Unfortunately the drive I picked was bad and the disk read at a very incorrect RPM! Luckily the disk was undamaged, and I went to try the other drive and the floppy lever broke off! What else could go wrong at this point? I pulled the entire PC88 apart and swapped the lever from bad drive to the good one and tried dumping with the good drive. The image STILL looked about the same and was saying bad sectors. At this point i was stumped and worried the disk was bad but it still read and played fine in my PC88.

Artemio suggested it could be copy protection and he would ask around to figure out if that was the case. Shortly after that he came back and said it was using a protection called Speedlock, a European Protection Scheme used mainly on the Amstrad CPC. Artemio then tried converting the stream file to the CPC DSK format and then from that to the .d88 format and luckily it worked! In the end I had a proper dump from the very beginning! A lot was learned by all of us in regards to dumping this rarity for preservation, and I hope this info will be useful to others.

Screenshots

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Disk Scans

Disk Front
Disk Back
Super Adventure Island II (USA) (Prototype)
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This is a near final prototype of Super Adventure Island 2. The only noticable difference is in the pre-game cinema. As seen in the comparison below, the word “luscious” was changed to “pretty” in the final version of the game. Thanks to SNES Central for looking through the ROM!

Screenshots

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System           
File:               SuperAdventureIsland2.sfc
BitSize:            12 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       1572864
CRC32:              953434D3
MD5:                D90E116A83EEACB613947F1AF0B47F80
SHA1:               674ADD61D16D8DA980859120EE97D81399B6B2C9
SHA256:             EE41F0332BB0E9D094B9766999E0F2936A1B00AA537F89285B50C721524ABFCA
----| Detection Data |---------------------------------------------
ROM Type:           HiROM
Cartridge Type:     Normal
----| Header Data |------------------------------------------------
New Maker Code:      N/A
Serial:              N/A
SFX SRAM Size:      0xFF
Title:              S ADVENTURE ISLAND2  
Map Type:           0x31 (FastROM-120ns; HiROM-64KB Banks)
ROM Type:           0x02 (ROM + Save RAM)
ROM Size:           0x0B (16 Mbit; Bad)
SRAM Size:          0x03 (64 Kbit)
Country:            0x01 (USA)
Old Maker Code:     0x18 (Hudson Soft)
Version:            0x00 (v1.0)
Inverse Checksum:   0xA225 (Ok)
Checksum:           0x5DDA (Ok)

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Board

Playthrough Video

A gameplay video play through played by SNES Central:

Mickey Mania (Japan) (Prototype)
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(This article was written by SNES Central!)

This is a prototype of Mickey Mania by Sony Imagesoft. This build has a ton of differences which can be noticed straight away.

The date on the prototype is July 18, which is a few months before it was released. There is a intro screen (as seen below) that says “Goofy28 Zip”, which may refer to a filename.

Screenshot

In the Copyright screen, the “Mickey Mania” logo is not in the prototype version.

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

Title screen, different design of the background in the final version, it has a purple star

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

The options menu background has two “M”s in the background. In the final version, lives are “Tries”, and you get three of them by default. In the prototype it is called “lives” and you get two by default. To select an option in the prototype, you have to press start, in the final version, you press A.

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

In the music options, there is a larger gap between “music” and the title of the song in the final version. The title of the song “Tower” is “Whirlwind” in the prototype.

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

Prototype has a level select menu when you start the game.

Screenshot

In the final version, you don’t get a sack of stuff to throw at the beginning of the game. The music in the first level is also different.

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

In the prototype, when you encounter Pete and things start to become colourful, the water stays grey in the prototype

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

Game over screen: in the prototype it says “press a key” in the final it says “press a button”

Title - Prototype
Title - Final
2-Up Swipe Onion Skin

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System      
File:               MickeyMania.sfc
BitSize:            16 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       2097152
CRC32:              7F768797
MD5:                FE22402478E92908ECE759B5219FA77F
SHA1:               52E174D3E45AAE2D77D909B1914DB51776EF4584
SHA256:             01EA0D98112514752AA97C8AC2BC8755CC7BE21F5F1FEDFF9F3CE96B6EF00416
----| Detection Data |---------------------------------------------
ROM Type:           LoROM
Cartridge Type:     Normal
----| Header Data |------------------------------------------------
New Maker Code:      N/A
Serial:              N/A
SFX SRAM Size:      0xFF
Title:              MICKEY 65TH BIRTHDAY.
Map Type:           0x20 (SlowROM-200ns; LoROM-32KB Banks)
ROM Type:           0x30 (Unknown)
ROM Size:           0x00 (8 Kbit; Bad)
SRAM Size:          0x0B (16 Mbit)
Country:            0x00 (Japan)
Old Maker Code:     0x01 (Nintendo)
Version:            0xBD (v1.189)
Inverse Checksum:   0xFF00 (Bad; 0x6871)
Checksum:           0x00FF (Bad; 0x978E)

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Board

Playthrough Video

A gameplay video play through played by SNES Central:

Mario's Time Machine (USA) (Prototype)
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This is a prototype of Mario’s Time Machine by Mindscape. The differences within this build are currently unknown. If you happen to know the game well and know the differences between the retail release and this prototype, please let us know!

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System           
File:               Mario'sTimeMachineA317.sfc
BitSize:            8 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       1048576
CRC32:              8F2AC8F5
MD5:                5C7466A510A5E59D3C0373CFF70A6F03
SHA1:               9B4DE3490F0699F8B997D1E3221A249DBD6A9E23
SHA256:             66BCCA797EDBF5A0967830B0FD20DF04993D8BB679A45CC083ED817D4728FFA3
----| Detection Data |---------------------------------------------
ROM Type:           LoROM
Cartridge Type:     Normal
----| Header Data |------------------------------------------------
New Maker Code:      N/A
Serial:              N/A
SFX SRAM Size:      0x5A
Title:              Mario's Time Machine 
Map Type:           0x30 (FastROM-120ns; LoROM-32KB Banks)
ROM Type:           0x00 (ROM)
ROM Size:           0x0A (8 Mbit; Ok)
SRAM Size:          0x00 (None)
Country:            0x01 (USA)
Old Maker Code:     0x5A (Mindscape)
Version:            0x00 (v1.0)
Inverse Checksum:   0xA317 (Ok)
Checksum:           0x5CE8 (Ok)

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Board

Jurassic Park (USA) (Prototype)
- - togemet2

This is a prototype of Jurassic Park by Ocean. The differences within this build are currently unknown. If you happen to know the game well and know the differences between the retail release and this prototype, please let us know!

Screenshots

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ROM Information

----| File Data |--------------------------------------------------
System:             Nintendo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System          
File:               JurassicPark.sfc
BitSize:            16 Mbit
Size (Bytes):       2097152
CRC32:              A22DF36E
MD5:                4879ED755E77518B95BEC855726BE3C0
SHA1:               7FBD23D004DDB9894AA0C93B1E722224FE184E4C
SHA256:             7839D83CAEA89C0D4C80E19B03A55111DFA70CAB56FA850BAB183024D0A81AD2
----| Detection Data |---------------------------------------------
ROM Type:           LoROM
Cartridge Type:     Normal
----| Header Data |------------------------------------------------
New Maker Code:      N/A
Serial:              N/A
SFX SRAM Size:      0x00
Title:              JURASSIC PARK        
Map Type:           0x30 (FastROM-120ns; LoROM-32KB Banks)
ROM Type:           0x00 (ROM)
ROM Size:           0x0B (16 Mbit; Ok)
SRAM Size:          0x00 (None)
Country:            0x01 (USA)
Old Maker Code:     0x67 (Ocean)
Version:            0x00 (v1.0)
Inverse Checksum:   0xD8FA (Ok)
Checksum:           0x2705 (Ok)

Board / Cartridge Images

Cart Board