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Famista '93

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Title Screen

Famista '93

Developer: Namco
Publisher: Namco
Platform: NES
Released in JP: December 22, 1992

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

At the first title screen, before "PUSH START BUTTON" appears, press Left nine times and Right three times on Controller 1 (in any order), then press Start.

There was a simple cheat combination to enter this test menu, but disabled in the final release. Use Game Genie code PEUNVTAA, then hold A + B at the title screen and press Start.

Famista '93-testmenu.png

SOUND/VOICE - Sound Test, allowing you to listen to the game's music and voices.

TEAM DATA - team data tables.

Famista '93-chrgen.png

CHRGEN - allows you to view all CHR ROM data.

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

PICTURE - view the game's various graphic screens and animations.

WATCH - can be switched "ON" and "OFF". This option forces exhibition mode in any game's modes.

Famista '93-monitor.png

MONITOR - can be switched "ON" and "OFF", and allows you to watch the value of selected single RAM byte during whole game.

PAUSE - can be switched "ON" and "OFF". When enabled, you can pause the game by pressing Select.

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STAFF - displays game staff in funny way. The credits translate to:

Famista'93 Staff
Leader, Program: Kissie
Game Design: Shimashima
Artwork: Shimashima, Crystal.K, Katoh
Music: Sayasaya
Voice: Zun-chan
Team Data: Kissie
Production: Piccari Pro

Kissie is Yoshihiro Kishimoto, who worked on the other Family Stadium/Famista games as well. Shimashima is Masahiro Shimamoto, Saya-saya is Hiromi Shibano, and Zun-chan is Junko Ozawa, who composed a great deal of games for Namco.

Hidden Text

Appears in the ROM at 7810.