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Battle Unit Zeoth

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Title Screen

Battle Unit Zeoth

Developer: Jaleco
Publisher: Jaleco
Platform: Game Boy
Released in JP: December 21, 1990
Released in US: July 1991
Released in EU: 1991

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Unused Graphics


Japanese English
(Temporary Name)

Found in the graphics of the US version (and left incomplete), this refers to the forthcoming Jaleco Game Boy game Banishing Racer, which only got a Japanese release.

(Translation: Divingkataetheweirdo)

Training Mode

This game has some kind of Training Mode. You may play any selected level with 240 hit-points at the beginning. But couldn't advance to the next one. Instead you will play the selected level again and again. To enable it, at the title screen, hold Down, then press A + B a number of times corresponding to the desired stage from 1 to 5.

If you press A + B 6 times, you'll be able to see the ending. In this case the staff roll will be different from the one you should see if you beat the game normally. It will contain an additional programmer's message instead of the regular name.

Normal ending Staff Cheat ending Staff
Battle Unit Zeoth-staff normal0.png
Battle Unit Zeoth-staff normal1.png
Battle Unit Zeoth-staff cheat0.png
Battle Unit Zeoth-staff cheat1.png

The changed portion reads as follows:

- Junmind'90 市横名新仙大 -
いがくら farewell NAMI やすお

いがくら means IGAKURA, やすお means YASUO, which means YASUO IGAKURA, the programmer of this game.

Unused Credits

Some skipped credits found at 2E98, placed between "Sub Artist" and "Special Thanks".



Also, there is one more name for "Special Thanks" section which is unused too.