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MechWarrior 3050

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Title Screen

MechWarrior 3050

Also known as: Battletech 3050 (JP)
Developer: Tiburon Entertainment
Publishers: Activision (US/EU), Ask Kodansha (JP)
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: February 23, 1996
Released in US: October 1995
Released in EU: 1995

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.


Apart from the level passwords and the infinite ammo password, there are a few lesser known passwords:

  • RCSDN3: View the game's credits.
  • MKWFLL: Invincibility.
  • M1CHGN: Infinite lives.

The latter two differ from other passwords in that, in order for them to be accepted by the game, the five level passwords and the infinite ammo password (M1R0G3, BMBRMN, 65C816, B1GBND, FSPRNG, YHWX11) must all be entered first (the order doesn't matter, as long as all six are entered.)

Hidden Message

This is where you get punched in the arm.

In addition to the three above passwords, entering R1CHRD at the password screen will display the message "TL-B-U-R-A-X @ TIBURON SCREEN" (the password likely refers to programmer Richard J. Wifall).

Accordingly, after pressing L, B, Up, Right, A, X at the Tiburon screen, a voice will say "Gotcha!" and an upside-down "OK" hand gesture will appear at the bottom of the screen. This is likely referencing the circle game prank.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Unused Briefing

this mission has not been
implemented yet, press B to 
exit, A to play mission 1

Pro Action Replay (PAR) codes D3C80D63 + D3C80EC9 will display this placeholder mission briefing when starting a new game.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Filler Text

     ---GAME MADE IN THE USA---       

This text is repeated exactly 120 times at the very end of the ROM. You know, just in case once wasn't enough.

(Source: Original TCRF research)