Cookie Run: OvenBreak
|Cookie Run: OvenBreak|
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Cookie Run: OvenBreak is the sequel(?) to LINE/Kakao Cookie Run. It stars GingerBrave and his weirdo friends running away from an oven because they don't want to get eaten.
Or baked and killed.
- 1 Subpages
- 2 Unused Sprites
- 2.1 GingerBrave
- 2.2 GingerBright
- 2.3 boss0002
- 3 Unused Magic Candies
- 4 Unused Magic Ingredients
- 5 Error Handler
- 6 Unused Maps
- 7 Costume Tickets
- 8 Unused Jellies
- 9 Unused Costume
- 10 Unused Cutscene Background
- 11 Unused Graphics
- 11.1 Cutscene Images
- 11.2 Placeholder Cookie Sprites
- 11.3 Miscellaneous
- 11.3.1 Unused Cookie
- 11.3.2 Flowercopter
- 11.3.3 Rebel Cookie Effects
- 11.3.4 Bean Drop Duo Effects
- 11.3.5 Mafia
- 11.3.6 Urgent Walnut Cookie
- 11.3.7 bg_amusementPark_ready
- 11.3.8 Exhausted Cookie
- 11.3.9 Banana Cookie State
- 11.3.10 Adventurer Cookie Button
- 11.3.11 Credits Cookies
- 11.3.12 BONUSTIME Letters
- 11.3.13 Common Cookie Magic Candy Banner
- 11.3.14 Common Cookie Buff
- 11.4 Cream Unicorn Cookie Early Event Banner
- 12 Screenshots
- 13 Partially Unheard Music
- 14 Unused Music
- 15 Unused Sounds
- 16 Hidden Developer Message
- 17 Revisional Differences
- 18 Oddities
| Early Placeholder Graphics|
"Genius Detecive, Walnut Cookie!", coming to select video streaming services soon.
Some Cookies were made with a few extra sprites that ended up never being used. This section details them.
GingerBrave has a few unused sprites to his name.
GingerBrave still has his unused hooking sprites from OvenBreak 2, and is the only Cookie from that game to retain them along with GingerBright.
Hanging onto Cane
Sprites for GingerBrave holding onto his cane with an upset look on his face. It's purpose is unknown.
Sprites of what appears to be GingerBrave tripping and then convulsing in pain. It's usage is unknown.
Some Cookie's Ginger Claus Outfit Hooking
Hook sprites for GingerBrave's Ginger Claus Outfit costume exist, reusing Ginger Claus' hook sprites from OvenBreak 2, with some minor differences, such as the lack of eyes in one sprite.
3D Bravery Damage Walk
Sprites for GingerBrave in his 3D Bravery costume walking after colliding into the tack in the tutorial. Because the costume cannot be obtained anymore and the tutorial is not able to be repeated, it's unknown why these graphics were redone for this costume.
Like GingerBrave, GingerBright has her hook sprites from OvenBreak 2, which remain unused. These sprites were also imported to her Spooky Outfit costume, but remained unchanged.
boss0002, commonly nicknamed Red Cheerleader Cookie or Rival Cookie, has an impressive amount of unused sprites, suggesting that at one point, she was intended to be playable.
Pulling out Megaphone
Running with Megaphone
Death by Obstacle Collision
Unused Magic Candies
Placeholder Legendary Cookies
Both Pitaya Dragon Cookie and Ananas Dragon Cookie have skill images for their Magic Candies; however, they are placeholders that use Rougefort Cookie and Pomegranate Cookie's Magic Candy skill images instead respectively. No other data or images exist.
A Magic Candy for Banana Cookie, a Cookie from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run who was intended to return to the game in 2018 around September, but her release was scrapped in favor of another Magic Candy for that month. Banana Cookie has a Magic Candy image that was made. It is unknown what it would have done gameplay-wise.
Dark Enchantress Cookie
A Magic Candy for Dark Enchantress Cookie added in the files in late September 2018. It was possibly intended for release during October of that same year, but nothing came out. It is unkown what it would have done gameplay-wise.
Unused Magic Ingredients
A C grade ingredient, appropriately named as a dummy. It uses the same exact image as the Solid Crimson Sugar Crystal.
A Grade Bottle
An unused A grade ingredient of what appears to be a bottle of ink. It is unknown what this could have been used to create.
Banana Cookie Magic Candy Ingredient
A B grade ingredient Cookie-inspired ingredient for Banana Cookie's Magic Candy. Due to Banana Cookie and consequently her Magic Candy never being released, this went unused.
Dark Enchantress Cookie Magic Candy Ingredient
A S grade ingredient that would have been used to craft Dark Enchantress Cookie's Magic Candy. It would have to have been crafted similarly to the other Legendary Cookie Magic Candy ingredients like Windgrass and Little Star. Because Dark Enchantress Cookie's Magic Candy never released, this was also never released.
Placeholder S Grade Ingredients
Three placeholders for S grade ingredients. All of them are darkened Crimson Sugar Crystals with a red aura around them with white text reading "S06", "S07", and "S08".
A small graphic of a gray circle with a white X on it. This usually is seen when a graphic is attempted to be loaded, but the image is missing, so this is displayed instead.
Normally, this shouldn't be seen in-game by normal means. However, thanks to a few hiccups in the game's development and failure to publish some files, this has appeared a few time on legitimate occasions.
A blank map that takes place in the first area of Land 2 (Jelly Big Forest), that immediately locks up after a short amount of time, with the map staying stagnant. The Cookie can still jump and slide, but nothing will happen on-screen.
A BONUSTIME area for Roll Cake Cookie's Trial. BONUSTIME was once accessible in this trial, but it was later removed from the Trial due to a bug with Roll Cake Cookie's Pet, Light Bros, not functioning as intended once BONUSTIME was entered. The map file still remains in the files however.
An unused resource that appears to be related to costumes. It was added in the files on June 29th, 2019, the same day as the infamous Costume Gacha. The effect of the ticket is unknown, but it bears a striking resemblance to the Treasure Mileage Ticket, which are usually given in packages (In-App Purchases).
The exact use of the Costume Ticket is unknown, but there are some theories surrounding it, such as:
- The ability to do a free Costume Gacha pull
- The ability to obtain a costume that costs Rainbow Stars for free
- The ability to purchase a costume from the Costume Shop for free
The Costume Tickets have only appeared in package-related sprite sheets, indicating it would have only been distributed through them, similar to the aformentioned Treasure Mileage Ticket.
Purple Yam Cookie Jelly
A small yam jelly that was likely going to be generated during Purple Yam Cookie's skill. However, no jellies are generated during it. Not all is lost, as it still makes use as Purple Yam Cookie's Affection Jelly.
Dino Foot Jelly
The Dino Foot Jelly that Dino-Sour Cookie creates during his skill in LINE/Kakao Cookie Run. This was in the files of Cookie Run: OvenBreak for a very long time, and when Dino-Sour Cookie returned, it wasn't used as his skill was reworked.
Sea Bubble Jellies
The Sea Bubble Jellies that Peppermint Cookie created during the Cookie's skill were absent in Peppermint Cookie's transition to OvenBreak, but that didn't seem to be the case initially. The Sea Bubble Jelly graphics and code are present, but are unused for unknown reasons.
Eventually, Peppermint Cookie gained the ability to create jellies similar to these on an update on July 8th, 2020, but they were called Peppermint Jellies and used different sprites, overwriting the original Sea Bubble Jelly sprites.
GingerBright's second costume
A placeholder for a second costume for GingerBright was added to the game on March 26th, 2019. This costume did not have any set design, so it used a recolor of GingerBright's default design instead. It was likely that GingerBright was intended to recieve a costume for the April Fools event surrounding her in that same update period, but was scrapped in favor of GingerBrave's 3D Bravery.
Unused Cutscene Background
A background image for the Happy Cookie Festival. It's just a black 1x1 image.
A cutscene sprite of Ninja Cookie. This sprite located in the folder containing cutscene images for Way of the Cookie, indicating that Ninja Cookie was intended to make an appearance during the story of Way of the Cookie, but did not for unknown reasons.
Sighing Young Plum Cookie
A cutscene sprite of the young version of Plum Cookie, intended for use for the cutscene that plays in Peach Cookie's Trial. However, this sprite of Plum Cookie wasn't used for some reason.
Cinnamon Cookie Sighing
A sketch of Cinnamon Cookie sighing with a remorseful look for use in the Cheesecake Manor Mystery event cutscene images, but it was never completed and rendered unused.
A very strange image of what appears to be a rough sketch of an undefined Cookie that was burnt towards the top. The image of it was located in the cutscene folder for the Cheescake Manor Mystery event, presumably used as a test for the character dialogue.
What's worth noting of this image is that unlike NPC Cookies who instead use their names in the filenames, this cookie has an internal number, usually reserved for identification of playable cookies.
In the Cheesecake Manor Mystery event, every Cookie who had a speaking role had a "detected" sprite created for them. Only "GingerBright" (Rougefort Cookie disguised as her) used her detected sprite.
There would later be another detective event from February to March of 2020, which also had detected sprites created for them, and none of them were used.
Placeholder Cookie Sprites
Starting with Sorbet Shark Cookie, some specially made placeholders are distributed through iOS versions of the game as, well... Placeholders.
A Cookie skill featuring Zombie Cookie dying, followed by Cheerleader Cookie, with Devil Cookie blasting, with GingerBrave ahead jumping. Note that the background is a grayscale version of The Witch's Oven area in Escape the Oven with a grassy ground.
A Pet skill featuring Choco Drop replacing Basic Jellies with Yellow Bear Jellies, with Meringue Horn, Glitter Ball, and Brain Gum following from behind.
Magic Candy Effect
A Magic Candy skill featuring GingerBrave, Devil, Cheerleader, and Carol Cookies. Uses the same area as the beforehand images.
Cookie Trial Icon
An icon for a Cookie Trial with GingerBrave, GingerBright, Cheerleader, Devil, Zombie, Ninja Cookies.
Jump Button Skill
A jump button replacement if a Cookie's skill replaces the jump button. This one features GingerBrave's head. How ominous...
Slide Button Skill
A slide button replacement if a Cookie's skill replaced the slide button.
Perhaps by coincidence, in the original OvenBreak released in 2009, the slide button would be replaced with the hook buton while a Cookie is jumping. It also features GingerBrave's cane, which he used during hooking, along with the fact that the unused hook sprites from OvenBreak 2 are still present in this game.
The image eventExchangeStore.png, which was used for the DriferBat's Rescue Ticket Exchange Emporium, has images relating to an unused shopkeeper that was a cookie. This cookie is green in color, has purple tied hair, and has a prickly design with a rucksack carring something yellow. This Cookie's role was replaced by DrifterBat in the final version of the event for unknown reasons. It's also worth noting that this cookie did not have an assigned number, meaning it was intended to be an NPC.
An early screenshot shows that the Cookie's name was "고블린 맛 쿠키의", which translates to "Goblin Flavored Cookie". Given that the English translation drops the "flavored" part of a Cookie's name, the English name for this Cookie would have likely been "Goblin Cookie".
It's Flowercopter from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run!
Flowercopter was the original pet for Strawberry Cookie, but starting in this game, it was replaced by Pocket Strawberry. No other data for this pet exists except its icon.
Rebel Cookie Effects
A spritesheet of the effects for Rebel Cookie, a Cookie from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run. In said game, Snow Sugar Cookie's Snowflake Jelly's sprite was stored in Rebel Cookie's effect spritesheet. However, in Cookie Run: OvenBreak, said Snowflake Jelly recieved it's own sprite sheet later on with the introduction of Snow Sugar Cookie's Magic Candy. However, the Rebel Cookie effect sprite sheet remains in the files despite being redundant.
Bean Drop Duo Effects
A sprite sheet for the effects for Bean Drop Duo, a limited edition pet from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run. It's unknown why it's in the game and what purpose it may have served.
|mafia.png||Final Manor Key|
An early design of the mansion key that would appear in maps during the Cheesecake Manor Mystery event can be found in the files named mafia.png. The key is much more crude than the final product.
Urgent Walnut Cookie
A sketch of Walnut Cookie with an alarmed expression. Internally, the emotion is referred to as "urgent". Although this uses the same poses and style of the cutscene sprites, it is instead located in the "tutorialCharacter" folder, as many cutscene sprites for the Cookies are copied and reused for tutorial popups.
A sketch background seen in Pancake Cookie's attraction during the Dreamy Cookieland event. Strangely, this was added with the release of Caotain Ice Cookie, or 2 updates after the event had ended.
An unused graphic for an exhausted Banana Cookie. Banana Cookie was intended to return from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run in 2018, but was scrapped in favor of another Magic Candy in September and had some of her associated sprites removed on November 18th, 2018. Some of her sprites are still present in the game data, but this exhausted sprite has no associated number with it, unlike other sprites with Banana Cookie that should end with "cookie0068".
Banana Cookie State
Banana Cookie also has a state graphic (seen in the lobby when a cookie uses an emotion) that is simply a small blob of white pixels.
Adventurer Cookie Button
A button that would have been used for Adventurer Cookie that appears to be a rope. It is possible that the player was supposed to hitch onto the ceiling objects by using this button. In the final product, the rope is created by collecting a jelly that resembles a roll of rope.
These cookies were once seen as the icons for the in-game credits, next to a developer's name. However, the credits were updated on December 31st, 2019 and all of the original staff listings were removed and some of the cookie icons there became unused.
The icons that have become unused are mainly cookies from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run that did not return to OvenBreak.
Normally, here are 3 variations of BONUSTIME:
- BONUSTIME (normal letters)
- ILOVEYOU! (used when Cotton Candy Cookie is being played as)
- HAPPYBDAY (used when Birthday Cake Cookie is being played as)
However, the developers decided to include the full alphabet... And then not use it.
...However, the K and R jellies did appear in an ad for the game.
Common Cookie Magic Candy Banner
A banner made to advertise a Common Cookie recieving a Magic Candy. However, no Common Cookies have Magic Candies, and are unlikely to ever recieve them due to them being classified as beginner Cookies.
Common Cookie Buff
A banner made to advertise a buff for a Common Cookie. Like a scenario with a Common Cookie recieving a Mgaic Candy, this scenario is unlikely and it is unknown why this banner was created.
Cream Unicorn Cookie Early Event Banner
An early version of the "New Events!" banner in the news tab with a large green E written on it.
A somewhat low resolution image of what appears to be the original lineup of Cookies for the game. Some things should be noted from it.
- Popcorn Cookie had a different design with her hand on her hips, an alternate hairdo, and a crop top. Her finalized design is more modest with the crop top becoming a dress.
- Dino-Sour Cookie from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run is in the image and had a different dinosaur, yellow eyes, and shoes. It should be noted he wasn't added to the game until almost 3 years after the game's release, and he used his LINE/Kakao design.
- Cocoa, Blackberry, Kiwi, Knight, Fire Spirit, Dino-Sour, Apple, and Moonlight Cookies are all present. While they weren't present in the initial release, they were added in later updates for the game.
- The cookies all have dropshadows more like LINE/Kakao Cookie Run, rather then the circle-shaped shadows the game actually uses.
- Special Force and Coffee Cookies are both in the image, while both of them are not in the game.
It should be noted that this graphic no longer exists in the files since sometime during 2017.
In Multiplay item.png at the top left corner, an image of a realistic banana is present. It's most likely a test item, placeholder, or a joke.
|...But what does it mean?|
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For unknown reasons, Devsisters decided to leave screenshots of some early versions of in-game features.
A screenshot of an early version of the 7 Day Challenge that is available to new players. The most notable thing about it is that the challenges require the player to use Cinnamon Cookie and Junior Sleuth Ted, which is abnormal as most events that require you to run with a Cookie usually require their combi pet.
A screenshot of an early map of the second season of Guild Run. The map appears to be zoomed out with some orange Korean text at the bottom.
An early screenshot of the first Guild Run season.
A screenshot of the survey popup that would have appeared during the Sands of Yogurca update.
A screenshot of what appears to be an early screenshot of the revamped Breakout menu that was introduced in the Sands of Yogurca update. It lacks basic images and many text and images are enabled, leadinb to many looking stacked/crowded.
A screenshot of an early Royal Club promotion during the City of Wizards update. Note the usage of Cheerleader Cookie instead of the fancy bat.
A similar screenshot to the previous one, but with more bonus details.
A screenshot showing off the early exchange store with the early green Cookie shopkeeper. All of the purchasable items are coins, and the basic currency used is Enhancement Stones instead of Rescue Tickets.
This screenshot also reveals the shopkeeper's name to be "고블린 맛 쿠키의".
고블린 맛 쿠키의 물물 교환소
Goblin Cookie's Trading Post
이건 내가 진짜 아끼는 건데 이렇게 교환 할래? 좋아! 다른 건 없어?
All this stuff is so precious to me, but would you like to excahnge them like this?
다른 건 없어?
Is there anything else?
Another screenshot of the early exchange store, but with missions to earn more Enhancement Stones.
A screenshot showing a score menu. That's it.
A screenshot of an early version of the Royal Club, with the Royal Club jellies being replaced with the Happy Holidays 2018 Jelly Set, along with the Royal Dough being replaced with the hearts used in old events in late season 2 to obtain newly released Cookies.
Another screenshot of the early Royal Club, showcasing benefits with the early Royal Dough hearts and a bonus of 30 Spirit Potions.
An early version of the revised Friend menu is seen here, with an... Interesting English user and guild name referencing a certain song.
Partially Unheard Music
The song that plays when you first encounter boss0002/Red Cheerleader Cookie has roughly half of the song unheard due to the song cutting off around the 9 second mark.
Early Apple Cookie Skill
An early version of Apple Cookie's skill was accidentally published to the game files on April 21st, 2020 without being encrypted. This version of the song contains a 5 second intro that was removed on May 1st, 2020 for unknown reasons.
A repetitive drum that appears to be related to DJ Cookie before their release. The song has been removed after DJ Cookie was released.
A simple melody intended as a test song for the Cheerleader Boss in Cheerleader Cookie's Island of Memories.
A song that was intended to play during the boss battle with boss0002/Red Cheerleader Cookie. Unlike the previous song, this song is more complete. It is an electro remix of the Land 1 theme.
This song appears to be an extended version of the Lobby for the Halloween Friendly Run event that occured in October 2019, but this song appears to date back as far as 2017. It is theorized that this song was an early theme for Land 5.
A short looping song that might have been related to the Crystal Caves event in October 2017.
An early version of the remixed theme of Escape from the Oven from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run, notably lacking percussion.
A full version of Sorbet Shark Cookie's ability theme. It was once used as a trial theme, which was published to the iOS version of the game as it was updated early for sake of getting the game's to after the maintenance in time for iOS users, but was replaced with a different song for unknown reasons.
It was later used for Secret of the Lost City update as a part of Custom Run menu, albeit with slight changes.
An early version of the Trophy Race lobby.
The Tower of Frozen Waves' map select theme from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run. While this was somewhat repurposed for the Moonlit Tower of Frozen Waves lobby, that version of the song was slightly extended.
Special Force Cookie
Sound effects for Special Force Cookie jumping and sliding exist in the Cookie and Pet soundbank, despite not being a playable character. She was once planned to be in the early lineup, however.
A strange sound effect with a slide whistle sound followed by two quick menu button touch sound effects.
A brief clicking sound. That's it.
Hidden Developer Message
An update on October 25th, 2018 added a tentative version of cookie0067_effect.png for Roll Cake Cookie's ability with message to dataminers saying "Please stop" in Korean. This was because many fans were datamining the game to leak new/returning Cookies among other features. The graphic is now Roll Cake Cookie's proper ability spritesheet and no longer exists in the internal files anymore.
Sorbet Shark Cookie's Trial Icon
The early version of Sorbet Shark Cookie's Trial Icon shows the trial at Ghost Pirate's Island of Coins. This was replaced on July 27th, 2020 with the accurate version of the Trial's background, despite strangely being at a lower resolution.
Early releases of Cookiedroid only had pixelated versions of GingerBrave and GingerBright running and a white and purple meteor. Later versions changed this to include Zombie Cookie and Strawberry Cookie running as well as changing the metoer's white part to yellow.
- The filenames for the sound effects for Chestnut Cookie's Bumper Car Bash minigame in the Dreamy CookieLand event refer to Walnut Cookie rather than Chestnut Cookie. This indicates that Walnut Cookie was likely intended to take Chestnut Cookie's place in the Dreamy CookieLand event. The game acknowledges this by mentioning Walnut Cookie's absence on the electronic banner in the lobby of CookieLand.
- The cutscene sprites for Sea Fairy Cookie for the Cookie of the Year event are marked as tutorial sprites, despite not being used as named and are used as normal cutscene sprites.
- concept art version of Space Doughnut's Healthy Bagel costume.
Some files have misspelled names.
- The crab seen in the Sand of Yogurca cutscenes is named internally as "a_hermit_carb". "carb" should read "crab" instead.
- The sound effect "Mimmiy_Get_Private_Jelly.wav" misspells Mimmy as "Mimmiy".
- In a similar vein to the Mimmy sound, "PomergranatePet_Make_Jelly.wav" misspells Pomegranate as "Pomergranate".
- The folder "CybergEventBG" misspells Cyborg as "Cyberg".
Many Cookies and some Pets in the game have internal names by their sounds, images, and other internal files that differ from their actual in-game names. They are as follows:
- Adventurer Cookie: Explorer
- Blueberry Pie Cookie: BluePie
- Carol Cookie: Bard
- Cherry Cookie: CherryBomb
- Cream Puff Cookie: ChouCream
- Dark Enchantress Cookie: DarkWitch
- Mint Choco Cookie: Violinist
- Ocean Dragon: TornadoDragon
- Pistachio Cookie: Crusader
- Prophet Cookie: FortuneCookie
- Red Pepper Cookie: MuayThai (note that his name in LINE/Kakao was Muay Thai Cookie)
- Rougefort Cookie: MysteriousTheif
- Skating Queen Cookie: Figure
- Tiger Lily Cookie: JungleWarrior
- Whipped Cream Cookie: WhippingCream
- Wizard Cookie: Magician
Dino-Sour's Early Number
Internally, Dino-Sour Cookie is labelled as cookie0064. This was also his identifying number in LINE/Kakao Cookie Run (ch64).
However, it appears that Dino-Sour Cookie has two internal numbers. Some of his files in the game such as the Dino Foot Jelly from LINE/Kakao Cookie Run and his pet, Dino Egg, has it's jellies labelled for cookie0102. Since Moon Rabbit Cookie was the final Cookie to be released in LINE/Kakao Cookie Run, the numbers were skipped from 0071 to 0100; with Popcorn Cookie kicking the numbering off again; being labelled cookie0101. Dino-Sour was not present at the launch of OvenBreak (although he was supposed to be), but his Dino Foot Jelly was present, being labeled as cookie0102.
Almost 3 years since the launch of OvenBreak, Dino-Sour Cookie would make his grand return on May 29th, 2019. Once he did, his general sprites and pet were labelled as cookie0064, but the (now unused) Dino Foot Jelly and Dino Egg's effects and jellies were labeled as cookie0102.
This curiosity points to a theory: Dino-Sour Cookie was a Cookie that was originally intended to release in OvenBreak and not in LINE/Kakao Cookie Run. It is unknown why this plan was changed.
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