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Day of the Tentacle Remastered

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Title Screen

Day of the Tentacle Remastered

Developer: Double Fine Productions
Publisher: Double Fine Productions
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, iOS
Released in US: March 22, 2016


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Notes: Some of the remastered dialogue audio uses completely different takes than the original game, but the original takes are all still technically in the files, unused. Could be worth a mention but would be a very tedious process.

Day of the Tentacle Remastered is a remaster of Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle. As with the original release, the original Maniac Mansion is fully playable as an in-game bonus.

Because it's a remaster of an existing game and even goes as far as to include all the original data files, all cut content from the original release still applies, but won't be mentioned here for the sake of convenience.

Unused Item Graphics

There are a couple of item graphics that remain unused from the original game, but which have now been remastered along with the rest of the graphics.

Noose

The unused rope as an inventory icon... ...and again, as a cursor icon

Possibly an earlier version of the rope icon used during the sequence where the player rescues Dr. Fred from the IRS.

Diamond

The elusive diamond as an inventory icon... ...and again, as a cursor icon

As soon as the player recieves the diamond, the game immediately cuts to a scene where it is being placed in the time machine, so it never shows up in your inventory.

Battery in Kite Pocket

The pocketed battery as an inventory icon... ...and again, as a cursor icon

Seems to be an alternative version of the kite with the battery in the pocket icon. In-game the icon is of the full kite, rather than just the crop of the pocket.

Unused Text

Monkey Island 2 Special Edition Leftovers

For whatever reason, all the text from Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck's Revenge is present, spread between the files en.uitext.info and en.speech.info inside the file tenta.cle. This even includes the entire developer commentary.

Unused Room Names

The game includes names for all but one of the rooms (the inventory), which are displayed on the save/load game screen. This said, the game doesn't allow the player to save during cutscenes, so a number of these go unused. Additionally, some of them aren't actually rooms the player can even visit, they are just used to store animations.

There are 5 more rooms at the end of the list that are unaccounted for, as the game only has 90 rooms. They all have duplicate names of rooms that actually are in the game and are possibly used to store extra animations the remaster loads on top of the original rooms. Not all of the duplicate rooms actually have extra animations, though.

Room Number Internal Name Notes
1 Panorama
2 Toxic Pipes
3 Close-up of Purple
4 Kid's Pad The apartment from the opening cutscene
5 Close-up of Kids
6 Close-up of Bernard
8 Sky The sky above the front of the house, in the past. Seen when washing the carriage.
10 Kite View Looking down at Hoagie and Ben while flying the kite
61 Vortex
62 Vortex Hoagie's vortex close-up
63 Vortex Bernard's vortex close-up
64 Vortex Laverne's vortex close-up
65 Blueprint
66 Window The founding fathers jump out of the window
67 Smokin The scene of the house in the future from above, where the three Edisons run away
68 Newspaper
70 Congress An internal room used to store the animation of the fireplace in the founding fathers room, in the past
71 Close-up Humans The three Edisons screaming close-up
72 Close-up Trophy Cousin Ted's Close-up
74 Special An internal room used to store the animation of the flag transforming into the Tentacle costume in Laverne's inventory
77 Credits 1 Opening credits sequence
78 Credits 2 Opening credits sequence
79 Credits 3 Opening credits sequence
80 Credits 4 Opening credits sequence
81 Credits 5 Opening credits sequence
82 Credits 6 Opening credits sequence
83 Credits 7 Opening credits sequence
84 Credits 8 Opening credits sequence
85 Credits 9 Opening credits sequence
86 Credits 10 Opening credits sequence
87 Tentacle Army
88 Tentacle Flag Ending credits
90 Happy Pip The clean pipes from the ending cutscene
91 Outhouses Possibly used to store extra animations the remaster puts on top of the original scene.
92 Yard Possibly used to store extra animations the remaster puts on top of the original scene.
93 Toxic Eve Possibly used to store extra animations the remaster puts on top of the original scene.
94 War Room Possibly used to store extra animations the remaster puts on top of the original scene.
95 Secret Lab Possibly used to store extra animations the remaster puts on top of the original scene.