Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games (Wii)
|Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games|
This game has a prerelease article
Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games is the first Chuck E. Cheese game for the Wii and DS. It also has a jackpot of unused content.
More leftovers from Balloon Pop Festival are in the root of the disc in a folder called miniDVD.
- 1 Sub-Pages
- 2 Unused Graphics
- 2.1 Character_Profile_Pic3.tpl
- 2.2 AC2_Button.tpl
- 2.3 mm_button.tpl
- 2.4 Block Stacking Banner in Lucky Wheel's Files
- 2.5 Water Gun Banner in Jasper Racing's Files
- 2.6 HF_BG.tpl
- 2.7 PMM_Open.tpl PMM_Close.tpl
- 2.8 Safety_Zone.tpl
- 2.9 CEC_Joy_Wii.tpl
- 2.10 Number.tpl
- 2.11 Cerser.tpl
- 2.12 JR_Emotion.tpl
- 2.13 History_Result.tpl
- 2.14 Leftover from Balloon Pop Festival
- 2.15 RP_Pizza_Head.tpl
- 3 Unused Music
- 4 Unused Animation (PM_CEC.tpl)
- 5 Deleted Trophies
- 6 Debug Menu
| Online Leaderboard|
A scrapped online feature.
| Unused Minigames|
OUT OF ORDER. -mgmt
| Early Screenshots|
Early screenshots that were still in the files of the game.
Character_Profile_Pic3.tpl, found in Save.arc, is a picture of Chuck E. Cheese with "Check E." at the bottom. It may have been a secret unlockable after 100% completing the game (get all ultimate prizes, all trophies, and the "Legend of Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games" Trophy). It's unknown why it was scrapped, but the fact that it's misspelled might have something to do with it.
Found in GameRoom2.arc and depicts early signs for Game Room 1 and Score Board. While the Score Board one was scrapped in the final release, the sign for Game Room 1 was updated and put in.
Also found in GameRoom2.arc is a sign saying "main menu", so this was probably made when Game Room 2 wasn't planned yet.
Block Stacking Banner in Lucky Wheel's Files
LW_PB_Banner.tpl in LuckyWheel.arc is a banner if you once unlocked Block Stacking from the Lucky Wheel in early builds.
Water Gun Banner in Jasper Racing's Files
JR_plate_4.tpl in JRC.arc is a banner for Water Gun.
HF_BG.tpl in cec_mainmenu.arc is a early version of the Hall of Fame room. Chuck E. is missing because that's where the Leaderboard sign will go.
In PMM.arc there are two files called PMM_Open.tpl and PMM_Close.tpl, these were found in the files of the pizza menu (Where you choose Pizza Mania or Made to Order) these were likely to be on top of the door.
Found in BA.arc is a file called Safety_Zone.tpl, this is probably a safe zone test.
Found in DQ.arc is what appears to be a Wii Remote, it's unknown what the purpose was.
While numbers from 1 to 9 are used, 0 is not because in the final release after 1 it either says "Time out!" or "Next Level".
While the first one is used, the second and third are not, they might of been part of Block Stacking (e.g. Grabbing stuff).
Found in JRC.arc is what appears to be early versions of Jasper's emotions in Jasper's Racing.
Found in HistoryS.arc is what appears to be a sign saying "History Board", the final game uses Head_Result.tpl which says "Record Board", replacing the Head_Result.tpl with History_Result.tpl will show the sign correctly, History board might of been the early name for the Record Room in the Hall of Fame.
Leftover from Balloon Pop Festival
Found in HomeManual.tpl and sample.tpl is an image of a WiiWare instructions screen that is a leftover from Balloon Pop Festival, this is also in Sports Games.
Found also in HistoryS.arc is an image with pizzas and text saying "PIZZA" this was likely used for the pizza minigame section.
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Specifically: Is this unused or not?
The Jackpot music in Whack a Munch lasts 10 seconds, but is inexplicably cut off about eight seconds in.
Free BGM 4.brstm in the folder "stream" is a theme which might be familiar if you played the DS version and Chuck E. Cheese's Arcade Room.
Unused Animation (PM_CEC.tpl)
Found in PM.arc is what appears to be early animations for Chuck E. Cheese in the TV screen, this can be seen in early footage.
In the brlyts in TrophyR.arc, there are two files WG_Trophy.brlyt and PB_Trophy.brlyt, these were probably for Water Gun and Block Stacking but no assets for the trophies appear in the files, the only reference to them are their brlyts and brlans.
In the early videos documented here, there is a Debug menu on the top-left corner of the screen. It is unknown how to get this enabled in the final version.
The Chuck E. Cheese series
|Wii||Party Games • Sports Games|
|Nintendo DS||Party Games|