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Disney's Tarzan (Windows)

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Title Screen

Disney's Tarzan

Also known as: Disney's Tarzan Action Game
Developer: Eurocom[1]
Publisher: Disney Interactive[1]
Platform: Windows
Released in US: June 30, 1999[1]
Released in EU: 1999[1]


AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


Closer to the PlayStation game than it is to Nintendo 64 version.

Unused Graphics

Found in the Setup (kanga in the US version) folder on the disc, in \Burst\Bitmaps is a leftover installer screen from Disney's Magic Artist Studio, which appears to be a removed demo (see below). Interestingly, the leftover is from Tarzan Print Studio instead in the Finnish version.

TarzanWin DMA BRST.pngTarzanWin TPS BRST.png

Debug Features

Level Select

TarzanPC-LevelSelect.png

Change the address at 004F1FBC to 04, then press Return on the main menu screen to unlock a level select.

Sound Menu

TarzanPC-SoundAlt.png

Change the address at 004F0234 to 04 will reveal an alternate, non-functioning sound menu. The used sound menu overlays the regular options screen.

Test Level

TarzanPC-TestArea.png

A small test level known simply as Test area can be accessed by swapping around the level files. Tarzan has very limited movement, and all character icons are missing from the HUD.

Unused Text

Hmmm...
To do:
See if any can still be accessed.

Some text for debug menus are present in the main executable.

Present at 0xF04B8, just above the pause screen options:

ALL MOVIES
NO_BADDY
NO_F_SCROLL
-DISABLED-
FREEZE_TIME
MUCHO_FRUIT
SCAN_MODE
INFINITE_LIVES
SHOW_COORDS
NO_PIT
FORCE_VICTORY
FORCE_DEATH
NO_DEATH
NO_HARM_HERO
ALL_PAGES
ALL_LETTERS
RESTART POINT

At 0x10C454 are more debug options, along with a developer address:

t:\albert\output\Tester.tin
Save settings
Load settings
Zposition
Yposition
Xposition
Zoom
Yaxis (L/R)
Xaxis (U/D)
Blue
Green
Red
Custom Bg Colour
Gouraud mode
Dither mode
Hide Tarzan
Hide Test Object
Hide Background
Hide Map
Reset
Frame Rate
End   Frame
Start Frame
FILE CONTROL
CAMERA CONTROL
DBASE SELECT
ENVIRONMENT
FRAME / ANIMATION
TEST AREA

Unused Demo Leftovers

The shortcut.cfg file names two additional demos that are never installed. The first is Bugs Life, which, judging by the BUGSAP address it was to be installed into, likely refers to Disney's Active Play: A Bug's Life. The other is the aforementioned Disney's Magic Artist Studio, under the title of Magic Artist Demo.

References