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Double Dribble (NES)

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Title Screen

Double Dribble

Also known as: Exciting Basket (JP)
Developer: Konami
Publisher: Konami
Platforms: NES, Famicom Disk System
Released in JP: July 24, 1987 (FDS)
Released in US: September 1987
Released in EU: December 13, 1989

SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

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Double Dribble is an early basketball game for the NES, infamous for the bad quality of its voice sample at the title screen. Fans have interpreted the sound as "Bubble Bibble" or "Vubble Dwibble".

To do:
A few regional differences, mostly the title and intro.

Voice Samples

It turns out that the DMC samples were actually corrupted, having been formatted incorrectly by mistake. The bit-order within the bytes was backwards. Reversing the bit-order results in what the samples were intended to sound like.

Description In-Game version Fixed version
"Double Dribble"
"Jump Ball"
"Free Throw"
"Dunk Shot" (Unused)