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Submission: Doom 0.2 Prototype

I suggest the "JULES SUCKS" and "TOM IS KING" textures. They provide an interesting look into the behind-the-scenes tension between Tom Hall and ID software. The preceding unsigned comment was added by MargaretThatcher (talk • contribs)


Bloody Yoshi

Development:Yoshi's Safari

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Robot SpongeBob

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom (GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox)

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Patrick's Dream

Prerelease:SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom (GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox)

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Something about how the the level was cut.

World Domination

Rugrats: Time Travelers


Early Wario

Wario: Master of Disguise

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Continues running

WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!

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Simpsons Wrestling School

The Simpsons Wrestling

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Homer Scan

Development:The Simpsons: Hit & Run/Models

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Pokemon Channel

Pokémon Channel/Debug Menus

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Spyro Region

Spyro: Season of Ice


Something about the bizarre changes made to fit the Japanese character designs.

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G&W Gallery 2 Early Title

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Game & Watch Gallery 2 is the second entry in the Game & Watch Gallery series of reimaginings from TOSE... or is it? In Australia and the UK this is actually the third in the Game Boy Gallery series, where they got an additional title the rest of the world never received! Needless to say, there are a bevy of regional variations on this particular title.

Depicted is an early title screen for the game that is seemingly meant to precede the main menu, which essentially serves as the title screen in the final game. Perhaps this screen was considered fluff in the way of getting into the main gameplay? Variations of this screen exist depending on if it is being viewed on a Super Game Boy (pictured) or a Game Boy Color.

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