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102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue (Windows)

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Title Screen

102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue

Developers: Crystal Dynamics, Prolific Publishing
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Platform: Windows
Released in US: December 2000
Released in EU: 2001

MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
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102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue is a children's action/adventure platformer loosely based on the 2000 live-action Disney movie, 102 Dalmatians, released shortly before the movie in the same year.

Unused Music

File Name Notes
Spanish_Flea A cover of the 1960s pop song, "Spanish Flea," which apparently serves no purpose at all.
TITLE2 An excerpt from the Countryside level's music, which would have been used as the main menu music, but it never plays.
SEQ1VAR1 Two versions of unused music files that would have been used for either the main menu or one of the cutscenes. One of the versions was eventually used in the 2003 PlayStation-exclusive 101 Dalmatians II video game, 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure, in a different pitch.
SEQ4 Music similar to the De Vil Manor level's music meant for the part of the opening cutscene where Domino and Oddball return home from the park and watch the news about Cruella's latest scheme on TV with their parents, but it isn't used for unknown reasons.

There are unused duplicates of the actually-used level selection screen music named Controls.Mp3 and Features.Mp3.

Unused Text

Dummy file.

There is a text file named Message.txt that simply says "Dummy file." The reason for its existence remains unknown.

102 Dalmations PC
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The file named Manual.txt contains simple placeholder text.

102 Dalmations PC
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For testing purposes here is a list of controls:

The top of Readme.txt has this placeholder text in it.