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Abobo's Big Adventure

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Title Screen

Abobo's Big Adventure

Developers: Pesto Force, I-Mockery
Publisher: Thepoxbox.com
Platform: Adobe Flash
Released internationally: January 11, 2012

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Abobo's Big Adventure is a giant homage to the NES library, and a rather bloody one at that.

Unused Text

Megabobo   level beta  test completed! 
Please  take  a  moment  to  submit your   
feedback   about  the  level  along  with   
any  bug  reports  using  the  form  below. 
Thanks    again    for    playing!

A leftover from a early build that only contained the Megabobo level.


Filler text. For testing a description maybe?

Medal Description fdsafds ff
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Text that was most likely used to test medals (the game's achievement equivalent). Looks like someone fell asleep on their keyboard while writing it!


Placeholder text for a background.


Most likely leftover from a demo.

Unused Graphics

To do:
Compare to the original games' equivalents, maybe? The Maniac Mansion one is definitely different.

A variety of level maps from various NES games, presumably scrapped levels. No actual level data exists for any of them though, implying they were scrapped early on.


The arena from Double Dragon's versus mode.

Don't bug me, sucker-face!

The first few screens from Maniac Mansion. The street is missing, as is half of the fence (and its associated sign), and the mansion has a single large door rather than two smaller ones.


P.O.W. Camp, the first level of P.O.W.: Prisoners of War.


The River City High gym from River City Ransom.


The fourth stage from Target: Renegade.

A ninja dojo of some sort.

The sixth stage from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game.

A pixelated New York City at nighttime.

The Waterfront stage from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters.