Mario's Time Machine (NES)
|Mario's Time Machine|
Having more detail is always a good thing.
Specifically: Provide more context for the unused graphics where possible and add images/descriptions to explain the hidden graphics better.
Mario's Time Machine is the followup to Mario is Missing!, and it's sort of better.
The Yoshi's Map theme from Mario is Missing, possibly a leftover.
Unused sprites for Mario skidding, looking up, and holding a Koopa shell.
Unused frames for Bowser that appear to be from an earlier version of the game.
Unused sprites for Cleopatra, Samurai, and Albert Einstein.
Unused frames of Yoshi opening his mouth.
Unused tiles for the item box that are leftover from the previous game.
Various artifacts. Some are alternate/early versions of the final sprites, while others are completely unused.
An unused frame of the Radical Entertainment logo.
An unused frame of Bowser for the ending screen.
Graphics for an early ending screen. Above is a mockup of how it would look.
Unused sparkles for the Radical Entertainment logo at the end credits.
Unused tiles for 80m B.C.
Unused tiles for 776 B.C.
Unused tiles for 31 B.C.
Unused tiles for 1520.
Unused tiles for 1602.
Unused tiles for 1687.
Unused tiles for 1879.
Unused tiles for 1903.
Unused tiles for 1905.
Unused tiles for 1947.
Unused tiles for 1989.
Unused tiles for the Timulator Room.
Unused tiles for the boss room.
|Fixed||Fixed (Hidden Details)|
Some of the Bowser statue's tiles are displayed incorrectly in-game. Above is a mockup of how it looks when corrected.
Hidden Graphic Details
Like other Radical Entertainment NES games, various graphics have portions that can't be seen due to palette choices.