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Battle Blaze (SNES)

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Title Screen

Battle Blaze

Developer: Electronics Application
Publishers: Sammy (JP), American Sammy (US)
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: May 1, 1992
Released in US: December 1993


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Battle Blaze is a wholly unremarkable one-on-one fighter with a medieval theme.

Palette Editor

Bb-paledit.png

The Pro Action Replay codes below (for the US version) will replace the pause screen with a palette editor:

02B7D801 + 02B7DB54 + 02B810AD + 02B8D6A5 + 02BA1AA5

  • Target: select between background palettes and sprite palettes
  • Palette: select one of eight 16-color palettes
  • Cl. code: select a color within the selected palette
  • Red/green/blue: edit the selected color's components
  • Color data: displays the hexadecimal representation of the color
  • Dis mark 0-5: unknown, cannot be selected
(Source: Original TCRF research)

Development Text

Some leftover development-related text can be found starting at offset 0x02487A in an unheadered US ROM.

*** ki sextuto patan ***
*** KAMAE ***
*** ZENNSINN ***
*** KOUTAI ***
*** SUICYOKU JYANPU ***
*** MAE JYANPU ***
*** USIRO JYANPU ***
*** NO USE ***
*** TACHIAGARI ***
*** SYAGAMI ***
*** NO USE ***
*** TACHI BOUGYO ***
*** SYAGAMI BOUGYO ***
*** UE DATENN KOUGEKI ***
*** SITA DATENN KOUGEKI ***
*** ASIBARAI ***
*** MAE JYANNPU TEIICHI KERRI ***
*** MAE JYANNPU TEIICHI TSUKI ***
*** USIRO JYANNPU TEIICHI KERRI ***
*** USIRO JYANNPU TEIICHI SITATSUKI ***
*** suichoku JYANNPU TEIICHI KERRI ***
*** SUICYOKU JYANNPU TEIICHI SITA TSUKI ***
*** MAE JYANNPU KOUICHI KERRI ***
*** MAE JYANNPU KOUICHI SITATSUKI ***
*** USIRO JYANNPU KOUICHI KERRI ***
*** USIRO JYANNPU KOUICHI SITATSUKI ***
*** suichoku JYANNPU KOUICHI KERRI ***
*** SUICYOKU JYANNPU KOUICHI SITATSUKI ***
*** MAE JYANNPU KOUICHI KOUGEKI ***
*** MAE JYANNPU TAIMINGU KOUGEKI ***
*** SUICYOKU JYANNPU TAIMINGU KOUGEKI ***
*** USIRO JYANNPU TAIMINGU KOUGEKI ***
*** CH6 UE DATENN KOUGEKI ***
*** HITSUSATSU JYUUKA ***
*** HITSUSATSU ATATSUKU ***
*** HITSUSATSU RONNGU ATATSUKU ***
*** HITSUSATSU JYUUKA MODORI ***
*** ch-1 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-1 TOBI ***
*** ch-3 TOBI ***
*** ch-4 TOBI ***
*** ch-5 TOBI ***
*** ch-6 TOBI ***
*** ch-7 TOBI ***
*** ch-1 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-3 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-4 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-5 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-6 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-6 KOUHANNI ***
*** ch-1 NAGE ***
*** ch-3 NAGE ***
*** ch-4 NAGE ***
*** ch-5 NAGE ***
*** ch-6 NAGE ***
*** ch-7 NAGE ***
*** SITATSUKI ***
*** UE DATENN HANNGEKI ***
*** SITA DATENN HANNGEKI ***
*** ASIBARAI HANNGEKI ***

Regional Differences

Every character, except for Lord Gustoff, has different names in the Japanese and North American versions:

Japan North America
Faud Kerrel
Rangle Lang
Filea Tesya
Shazzer Shnouzer
Werleck Adrick
Gliformoth Autarch
Japan North America
Battleblazejp-filea.png Battleblazena-tesya.png

In addition, Filea/Tesya was given tights on her legs for the latter version, most likely because her costume was considered too revealing.