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Front Mission: Gun Hazard

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Title Screen

Front Mission: Gun Hazard

Developer: Omiya Soft
Publisher: Squaresoft
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: February 23, 1996

DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

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Such as: Quite vulgar, racist language in sound samples.

Front Mission: Gun Hazard is a side-scrolling platformer/shooter spin-off of Front Mission, a series of tactical RPGs about robots.

Hidden Voice Sample

A partial recording of a vulgar diatribe is present in the ROM. This is sampled from a phone call by a member of a UK radical right-wing organization Combat 18, likely taken from the song "Dog Tribe" by Fun-Da-Mental. Its full transcript (bolded segment only included in-game):

The BNP's got your card marked, you bastards. We're gonna burn your building down, you fuckheads. C18's watching you, you communist, nigger-loving, Paki cunts. Fucking dickheads, we're gonna hang you for burning the British flag. You'll hang from every fucking flagpole in Britain for burning the Union Jack, you bastards.

The sample is used very quietly and covertly just after the end credits.

Sample In-game appearance
(Source: Gideon Zhi)

Debug Mode


Start the game with Pro Action Replay code C002EDF1 active to access this debug menu, which allows you to customize a wanzer, jump to a specific stage, etc. Data can also be loaded/saved from/to a saved game, which makes this function as something of a save editor.

Selecting "BEGINNING" or "CONTINUE" from the scene menu lets you start or continue the game, respectively.

To do:
  • Document the three (simple) test stages available.
  • Check the difference between selecting "AMAP/BMAP DEB" and the regular "AMAP/BMAP" on the scene menu.

Sound Test


Select "MUSIC" from the scene menu to access a basic sound/music test. Press Y to play the selected music track or sound effect and Start to return to the debug menu.

(Source: Original TCRF research)