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Army Men (Game Boy Color)

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Title Screen

Army Men

Developer: Digital Eclipse
Publisher: 3DO Company
Platform: Game Boy Color
Released in US: March 2000
Released in EU: 2000

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
ItemsIcon.png This game has unused items.

A game with atrociously bad music where you play as a tiny Sarge sprite with tank controls.

Unused Weapons


ArmyMenGBC Mines.png ArmyMenGBC Mines Box.png

01069BC3 and 01329EC3 combined will place the unused Mine weapon in your second slot. These place down the same mines you can detect with the mine detector and will appropriately hurt you if you walk over them. There is also an unused voice clip for Sarge picking them up. The intention would probably have been for enemies to walk over them, but as enemy AI is not sophisticated enough to do anything but stand still and fire in your direction once you've been spotted, and roaming AI moves at the speed of frozen molasses, it's no big surprise this weapon was cut. Dropping the Mines leaves a box with "L" printed on it; it is unknown what it stands for.

It's possible these were intended for the hidden 2-player mode, but no weapon drops exist in that mode.


ArmyMenGBC Dynamite.png

01039BC3 and 01329EC3 combined will produce this weapon. It cannot be used, but the icon resembles a stick of dynamite or firecracker. When dropped, the item will be the "Uberdevice" that is the ultimate objective of the game. Picking it back up will automatically complete the level, as it does in the game's final level. It's possible that you had to carry the Uberdevice at some point, or the Uberdevice pickup was simply patched onto this unused weapon.

Build Date

At 00C4 is a build date:

Date 990527