Judge Dredd (SNES)
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Are you a bad enough dude to
There's a prototype floating around online, it features some unused stages.
Judge Dredd is an SNES game based on the 1995 movie of the same name, which was based on the comic book of the same name.
A hidden developer message can be found at the very beginning of the ROM, including credits and contact information.
Judge Dredd the Movie (TM) -------------------------- (c) 1995 Cinergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. (c) 1995 Egmont Foundation. All Rights Reserved. (c) 1995 Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. (c) 1995 Probe Entertainment Ltd. Producers (Acclaim) : Mike Arkin, Mark Flitman, Tyrone Miller. Producers (Probe) : Greg Michael, Keith Jackson, Tony Porter, James Stewart. Musician : Andy Brock. Mappers : Simon Bland, Ben O'Reilly, Andy Cambridge. Background graphics : Anthony 'Blizzard' Rosbottom, Phil Williams, Steve Middleton. Sprite graphics : Eric Bailey, Pierson Lippard, Darren Goodacre, Lloyd Chidgzey. Programmer : Carl Muller. Programming thanks : Dan Phillips, Rob Northen, David Shea. Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. 1 Acclaim Plaza, Glen Cove, NY 11542, U.S.A. Probe Entertainment Ltd. Knollys House, 17 Addiscombe Road, Croydon CR0 6SR, U.K. "Our vision is your future."
At the copyright screen, press Left, Up, X, Up, Right, Y (LUXURY). A few developer credits will appear within the copyright in green text to confirm correct entry.
The following screen contains a message informing the player that "humorous cheat modes are prohibited in all Probe games". Pressing B+X when "Just say no to cheats" appears gives the player infinite health, and pressing A+Y activates a level select...
...which can be accessed by pressing Select during gameplay.
The "Fergus" mentioned in the second cheat message above is Fergus McGovern, founder and former CEO of Probe Entertainment.
The Judge Dredd series
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