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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Nintendo DS)

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Title Screen

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games

Also known as: Mario & Sonic at Beijing Olympics (JP), Mario & Sonic aux Jeux Olympiques (FR)
Developers: Racjin, in-glove
Publishers: Nintendo (JP), Sega (US/EU)
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: November 22, 2007
Released in US: November 6, 2007
Released in EU: November 23, 2007
Released in AU: November 22, 2007
Released in KR: May 29, 2008

EnemyIcon.png This game has unused enemies.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.

Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog finally team up for a long-anticipated crossover game..... and it's about the Olympics?

To do:
There might be several unused/unplayable characters like the Wii version.

Unused Models


Mariosonicolympicsds axis.png

test/model/axis.nsbmd is an axis.

King Boo

Mariosonicolympicsds king teresa ss.png

king_teresa_ss.xap is a model of King Boo, a character that does not appear in the game.


Mariosonicolympicsds bomhei ss.png

bombhei_ss.xap is a model of a Bob-Omb, a character that does appear as a 2D sprite but not a 3D model.


Mariosonicolympicsds kuribo ss.png

kuribo_ss.xap is a model of a Goomba, another character that only appears as a 2D sprite.

Dream Shooting Enemies

All the enemies in the Dream Shooting event are 2D pre-rendered sprites, but all of the original models are intact.

Unused Text


[start] 0

[cam] -21.173340 8.034424 -13.926514
[int] 1.046143 9.500244 -0.086426
[zrot] 0.000000
[pers] 40.000000
[time] 0.0

[cam] -6.250977 8.046875 30.010742
[int] 1.046143 9.500244 -0.086426
[zrot] 90.000000
[pers] 40.000000
[time] 1.0

[cam] 33.327393 8.020996 11.763672
[int] 1.046143 9.500244 -0.086426
[zrot] 180.000000
[pers] 40.000000
[time] 2.0

[cam] 20.964355 8.016357 -32.125244
[int] 1.046143 9.500244 -0.086426
[zrot] 270.000000
[pers] 40.000000
[time] 3.0

[cam] -21.173340 8.034424 -13.926514
[int] 1.046143 9.500244 -0.086426
[zrot] 360.000000
[pers] 40.000000
[time] 4.0

(Source: Original TCRF research)