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Bomberman Kart

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Title Screen

Bomberman Kart

Developer: Racjin
Publishers: Hudson Soft (JP), Konami (EU)
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: December 20, 2001, March 6, 2003 (Hudson the Best)
Released in EU: October 17, 2003


DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.


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A rather mediocre kart racing that's one of the few games on the PS2 that relies on the pressure-sensitive face buttons on PS2 controller. Hope you have a really strong thumb...

Debug Menu

Bomberman Kart-debug.png

A debug menu can be enabled with the use of codes. Unfortunately, the menu itself doesn't render onscreen anymore, rending these options invisible. The only option that appears to work is the "ReplayCameraEdit" option. To get to it, open the debug menu then press Up twice to get to it. From there, press Circle to enter it.

EU codes:

Enable Debug Menu in Time Attack Mode
002634D0 00000006

Enable Debug Menu in All Modes (with minor text displacement in the pause screen)
002B860D 00000001
201A5CA0 24030006

Bomberman Kart-debugcam.png

With the camera debug tool, you can move the camera anywhere.

Camera debug controls:

  • R2 (hold) will slow the camera movement speed.
  • R1 (hold) to enable the use of the invisible menu.
  • D-Pad Up / Down tilts the camera.
  • Anolog Stick (left) moves the camera around.
  • Anolog Stick (right) pans the camera.

Here are the full list of the menu options. It is unclear if any properly work anymore.

"ReplayCameraEdit"
"BombEdit"
"script"
"soukouEdit"
"LightColorEdit"
"FogColorEdit"
"LightVectorEdit"
"QuizEdit"
"AmbientEdit"
"ItemBoxEdit"
"ShootCrossEdit"
"SlalomEdit"
"MiniGameSetchEdit"
"PackmanEdit"
"JumpEdit"
"NPCEdit"
"OP-DEMO"
"GoToReplay"
(Source: Original TCRF research)