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Magic Jewelry II

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Title Screen

Magic Jewelry II

Developer: Hwang Shinwei
Publisher: RCM
Platform: Unlicensed NES
Released in AS: 1991

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
PiracyIcon.png This game has anti-piracy features.

So very stubbly.
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
Are you a bad enough dude to rescue this article?

Don't get too excited - it's just Magic Jewelry with new (stolen) graphics and a fancy frontend.

Hidden Screens

To do:
Document the wacky controller routines on the Notes page.

The game contains three identification screens hidden behind obfuscated controller routines, presumably so that Hwang Shinwei and/or RCM could prove that the game was theirs in case another pirate outfit removed the copyrights.

Programmer Credit


Hold A + Select + Up while powering on the game. The text can be translated as "A Huang Xinwei production" (the name of the programmer).

(Source: Rusty (discovery), FieryIce (translation))

RCM Logos


After choosing your game options, a secondary title screen (identical to the one in the first game) will appear. On this screen, hold Up + Select + B + A and press Start to display the logo of RCM, the game's publisher. Note that the Chinese text actually translates to (the rather awesome-sounding) "Rainbow Sword International Co., Ltd." How they got "RamCo Man" out of that is anyone's guess.

(Source: Rusty (discovery), FieryIce (translation))


This one is also activated at the secondary title screen, but the code can be entered either during the main demo loop or after choosing your options. Hold Left + Down + A and press Select to display a simpler RCM logo.

(Source: CaH4e3)