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Mechanized Attack (NES)

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Title Screen

Mechanized Attack

Developer: SNK
Publisher: SNK
Platform: NES
Released in US: June 1990


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


And you were just a scroll away from being fired too...
Oh dear, I do believe I have the vapors.
This page contains content that is not safe for work or other locations with the potential for personal embarrassment.
Such as: Full frontal nudity

You shoot things. You shoot people too. Sometimes the people are robots. Sometimes they are not.

System Construction Figure

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At the title screen, hold Down + Left + B + Select on Controller 1, then press Right + A + B at the same time on Controller 2 and release all the buttons. A debug screen with title "SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION FIGURE" will appear.

You can now enable/disable music or sound effects, select the starting amount of lives/ammo/grenades/continues, and start with the selected level, including the ending sequence. Press Up or Down to select, A or B to change values.

Easter Egg

In addition, you can also remove the clothing from the girl used as the cursor in the above menu. While the girl is initially fully dressed, you can set the "PLAYER", "MAGAZINE", "GRENADE", and "CONTINUE" options to the following values to undress her step by step.

Note that you can only set the next value after successfully setting the previous one; you can't just set values randomly to access random undressing levels.

Unused Text

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This text, which translates to "Maiko's Special Mode", is present in the CHR bank used by the aforementioned System Construction Figure mode. The text was likely meant to appear on this screen at one point.