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Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.

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Title Screen

Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.

Also known as: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.: Lincoln VS Alien (JP)
Developers: Intelligent Systems, Nintendo SPD
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Released in JP: May 14, 2015
Released in US: March 13, 2015
Released in EU: May 15, 2015
Released in KR: June 4, 2015


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.


In Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., Abraham Lincoln takes a break from hunting vampires to fight some aliens with the help of various folktale characters.


Graphics

Placeholder

Code Name STEAM env placeholder 1.png Code Name STEAM env placeholder 2.png Code Name STEAM env placeholder 3.png

Three placeholder textures left over, embedded within environment textures.


Code Name STEAM Test Texture.png

A test texture found in various models.


Code Name STEAM template.png

A template for building environment textures.


Code Name STEAM Event Dummy.png

Faces for a dummy model named ch00_dummy.bch. This character is meant for testing events.

The text for each face translates to the following:

Face # Japanese English
00 口閉(通常) Mouth closed (normal)
01 口開 Mouth open
02 Angry
03 Laughing
04 ※HP少困 ※Low HP
05 ※HP0, ダメージ ダメージ ※0 HP, Injured
06 Surprised
07 挑発 Provoking
08-15 イベント用 For an event

Unused Music

There exist two unused tracks found within the game files in the "snd/stream" folder, their names are "bgm_pacth01_title_Amiibo.dspadpcm" which seems to be an early or alternate version "Code Name F.E." and "bgm_pacth01_title_theme.dspadpcm" which is an instrumental/piano with Abe dialogue scattered throughout version of "Code Name T.H.E.M.E" despite "title" being in the names, having the Fire Emblem characters on the title screen still plays the used "Code Name F.E." track, and while having Henry on the title screen still plays the used "Code Name T.H.E.M.E" track.

"bgm_pacth01_title_Amiibo.dspadpcm"

"bgm_pacth01_title_theme.dspadpcm"


Demo

Code Name STEAM Demo Logo.png

A title screen logo for the demo version of the game.

Revisional Differences

A patch was made available on the Nintendo eShop on April 8 which updated the game to Version 1.1.0. This update added a feature to fast-forward enemy turns, up to twice the speed on regular 3DS and 2DS systems and three times the speed on New 3DS systems.