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Cruis'n World (Arcade)

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Title Screen

Cruis'n World

Developer: Midway Games
Publisher: Midway Games
Platform: Arcade (Midway V-Unit)
Released in US: 1996
Released in EU: 1996


CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.


Cruis'n World is the second game in the Cruis'n series. It introduced new features such as shortcuts, stunts, and many more vehicles to choose from.

Unused Text

Present at the beginning of the sound CPU is a hidden composer credit.

Cruis'n WORLD (c) 1996 Midway - Pontarelli

Present at 0x41740 in the main CPU are some early credits.

EUGENE JARVIS
DIRECTOR
ERIC PRIBYL
LEAD PROGRAMMER
SCOTT POSCH
PROGRAMMER
XION COOPER
3D GRAPHICS
TED BARBER
MATT DAVIS
3D GRAPHICS
VINCE PONTARELLI
MUSIC AND SFX
RAY CZAJKA
MECHANICAL DESIGN
JOHN YOUSSI
NIK EHRLICH
CABINET ART


(Source: Ferrox)

Unused Sounds

A sound that was used in some of Midway's pinball games.

Someone making a monkey noise.

An unused anouncer voice clip that was intended for the England track which starts on the London Bridge.

An unused anouncer voice clip most likely intended to be used whenever the player crashes into a wall or another vehicle.

An unused anouncer voice clip most likely intended to be used if the player finished the race in first place.

Sounds left over from Cruis'n USA.


(Source: Ferrox)

Unused Graphics

Hmmm...
To do:
Find the palettes for these.

CruisnWorldArcade-bat1.pngCruisnWorldArcade-bat2.png

Present among the textures for the Mexico track are a couple of graphics for a bat that probably would've appeared inside the tunnels.


(Source: Ferrox)