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Asterix: These Romans are Crazy!

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Title Screen

Asterix: These Romans are Crazy!

Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in EU: October 29, 2009


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Asterix: These Romans Are Crazy! sees the residents of the Gaulish village participating in a Mario Party style game.

Unused Text

UNDEFINED

Probably placeholder text.

To the sum of the IX clues collected, just add CCII to obtain the combination to the safe!

It's unknown where this would have fit in, given that it can only be found on Getafix's profile in the unused English text (see below). It's very likely that it has nothing to do with the game whatsoever, and instead was copied from the official site by mistake.

Early English Text

An early copy of the English script can be found in Copie de asterix_OR.bin. Many of the changes are touch ups.

Unused Used
PLAY OR SELECT TUTORIAL FOR THE GAME RULES. PLAY OR SELECT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE GAME RULES.
TOUCH THE SCREEN TOUCH THE TOUCH SCREEN
COLLECT WILD BOARS AND HELMETS TO INCREASE YOUR SCORE COLLECT WILD BOARS OR ROMANS TO INCREASE YOUR SCORE
RUB THE FLAMES TO KEEP THE MAGIC POTION AT THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE SLIDE THE STYLUS ON THE FLAMES TO KEEP THE MAGIC POTION AT THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE
IF YOU RUB TOO MUCH, THE POTION WILL BE TOO HOT. IF YOU DO NOT RUB ENOUGH IT WILL BE TOO COLD. IF YOU SLIDE THE STYLUS TOO MUCH, THE POTION WILL BE TOO HOT. IF YOU DO NOT SLIDE THE STYLUS ENOUGH, IT WILL BE TOO COLD.
OBSERVE THE NOTES SCROLLING ACROSS THE SCREEN. OBSERVE THE NOTES SCROLLING ACROSS THE TOUCH SCREEN.
TOUCH ANY POINT ON THE SCREEN TO MOVE. TOUCH ANYWHERE ON THE TOUCH SCREEN TO MOVE.
TOUCH ANYWHERE ON THE TOUCH SCREEN TO MOVE. N/A
RUB THE FALLEN TREES TO REPLANT THEM. SLIDE THE STYLUS ON THE FALLEN TREES TO REPLANT THEM.
PICK OUT THE FRESH FISH AND LAY IT IN THE DINNER BASKET BOTTOM RIGHT TO VALIDATE. DRAG THE FRESH FISH AND LAY IT IN THE DINNER BASKET BOTTOM RIGHT TO VALIDATE.
LAY THE WRONG FISH ON THE DISH AND PRECIOUS SECONDS WILL BE LOST. LAY THE WRONG FISH IN THE BASKET AND PRECIOUS SECONDS WILL BE LOST.
YOU CAN ALSO VIEW THE GAME TUTORIAL. YOU CAN ALSO VIEW THE GAME INSTRUCTIONS.
The [game title] data is corrupted and will be deleted Parts of the save data are corrupted and will be deleted.
In the adventures penned by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo, we find him in turn easily offended In the adventures penned by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo, we find him in turn easily offended ( who's fat? ), sensitive ( we have seen him cry at a romantic happy ending ), and definitely a glutton. An overgrown child who grew up too quickly and who is not yet aware of his own strength ( in his defence, it must be said that not everyone falls in a cauldron of magic potion when he's a little boy! ), Obelix is an inexhaustible source of gags. An eternal klutz, he is irresistible, whether he is fighting, falling in love ( which happens often! ), finally catching on to something long after the others, or when he overdoes it on the alcoholic drinks ( " Zigackly! " )... As far as he is concerned, it is always playtime ( well, at least once snack time is finished! ), and nothing really matters, because it's all the others who are crazy. Does the magic potion bless people with the innocence of childhood? It's not certain that the Romans see things this way.
Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield " Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield "
At this point, we should mention an anecdote from Alain Chabat, director of the film Asterix and Obelix: Mission Cleopatra, featuring Djamel Debbouze as Edifis and which drew a record audience of 15 million in France alone. At this point, we should mention an anecdote from Alain Chabat, director of the film Asterix and Obelix: Mission Cleopatra, featuring Jamel Debbouze as Edifis and which drew a record audience of 15 million in France alone.
POINT YOUR STYLUS AT THE DICE TO PLAY! TOUCH THE DICE TO PLAY!
RUB THE FLAMES! SLIDE THE STYLUS ON THE FLAMES!

In addition to this, the early script refers to Metallurgix as Amerix, his French name. It's worth noting that the text has been pulled directly from the official Asterix website, which also has this mistake.