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Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy

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Title Screen

Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy

Developer: Altron
Publisher: THQ
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in US: September 8, 2005
Released in EU: May 26, 2006


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Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy is a beat-'em-up based on the cartoon and its famous Ultimate Enemy special. It is usually regarded as one of the better Nickelodeon games.

Internal Boss Names

Starting at 001228D0 in the North American ROM, internal names for each boss are listed.

1BOX1GHOST1
1EMBER1
1BOX1LUNCH1
1NICOLAI1TECHNUS1
1WALKER1
1CLOCKWORK1
1SKULKER1
1SKULKTECH1.91
1VALERIE1
1LUNCH1LADY1
1VLAD1PLASMIUS1
1DAN1PHANTOM1

Regional Differences

US Europe
DPTUE Title.png DPTUE Title EUR.png
  • The logo on the title screen has some noticeable differences between the North American and European versions:
    • The European logo takes up more space on the screen.
    • The European logo has a blue hue, just like how the logo is normally depicted on the show and merchandise. The North American logo is colorless.
    • The "Ultimate Enemy" subtitle is overlapping the logo in the North American version, as opposed to the European version placing it underneath the logo and using a different font.
    • The ghost-shaped Nickelodeon logo is bright orange and without an outline in the European version, instead of dark orange with an outline like in the North American version.
  • When booted up, the European version has an option to select a language. After doing so, an animation of a light shining across Danny (taken from the show's opening sequence) is played before going to the copyright screen. In the North American version, the game only shows the copyright screen when booted up.