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Famista '90

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Title Screen

Famista '90

Developer: Namco
Publisher: Namco
Platform: NES
Released in JP: December 19, 1989

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.

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Test Menu

Famista '90-testmenu.png

At the title screen, hold A + B on Controller 1 and press Start.

Selecting "STADIAM" allows you to view any of the game's stadiums. You can scroll the screen in any direction to view complete stadium layout.

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"CHRGEN" allows you to view all the CHR ROM data.

"PIC" allows you to view the game's various graphic screens and animations.

"SOUND" allows you to play the game's music.

"TEAM DATA" allows the player to view tables with a team's parameters.

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"STAFF" displays the game's staff credits in a funny way.

The credits translate to:

Kissie      Kun-chan
Takutaku    Zunko
Shibano     Nakamaru
Kobayashi   Sonorin

Kissie is Yoshihiro Kishimoto. Like the other Family Stadium games, they fail to credit him properly by using an upper-case tsu (つ). Zunko is Junko Ozawa and Shibano is Hiromi Shibano.

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"MONITOR" can be switched "ON"/"OFF" and allows you to watch the value of a selected single RAM byte during gameplay. To edit the address, you must use Controller 3 with the 4-Player adapter.

Hidden Text

The following text appears in the ROM at 18154.