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Collapse! Crunch

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Title Screen

Collapse! Crunch

Developer: GameHouse
Publisher: GameHouse
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X
Released internationally: June 16, 2004


DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
DummyIcon.png This game has unusual dummy files.


Collapse! Crunch is the fourth game in the Collapse! series, despite the .exe and .bin files being named Collapse3.

Unused Text

; in super mode, the image names can reference the resource images directly.
; No need to copy them here unless they are not used in the Sprites section
; in super mode, the image names can reference the
; resource images directly. No need to copy them here unless
; they are not used in the Sprites section
; Note that these all need to be offset from Jennie's coordinates so dialog_menu.png sticks out

Several developer notes regarding image names.

bnext		ButtonSprite	inext 328 458 1 2 1 0 -1 1	; x y col row over normal disable state
20   542      ; X,Y   Play Area
27            ; Block Dimension
1             ; X Margin 
0             ; Y Margin
20 28         ; Rows and Columns

Various settings in the resources have commented out descriptions.


Weird Dummy File

In the CD version of Collapse! Crunch, there is a dummy file at X:\Bin\Launcher_Data.dbd. This file apparently is a DemoShield file, but it opens as a WAV file with VLC or MPC-HC. From 00:00:00 to 00:02:59 there is no audio, from 00:03:00 to 00:07:40 there is a camcorder audio of kids trying to sing "Jingle Bells", possibly one of the developer's sons. There is silence again from 00:07:41 to 00:12:17 until a repetition of DTMF tones cover the rest of the recording.

Launcher_Data.dbd Dummy File