Mobile Golf (Game Boy Color)
Take Mario Golf, add support for the GB Mobile Adapter, and what do you get? Mobile Golf, a Japan-only entry in the Mario Golf series.
Given that it uses the same engine (and is likely based off of it), there might be some leftovers from Mario Golf.
A debug menu exists in the game and can be accessed in story mode. The options, starting at the top, are described below.
- Open Mobile Golf in VBA.
- Start the story mode (bottom left option in the main menu) by creating a new character.
- Go through the intro until you can move around freely.
- Change RAM address FF9E to 01 in VBA's memory editor.
- Press A to open the debug menu.
Alternatively, use GameShark code 01019EFF.
Map Select. The top line simply says, "Net Clubhouse". Choose a map with the D-Pad, then press A, B to go to the chosen map.
Figure out what "- ENTER NO -" does.
Not sure what this option is supposed to do. Pressing any button just closes the window.
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There's a whole lotta words here, but not enough pictures. Please fix this.
Figure out what this option is supposed to do.
Edits the palette of the current room. Use the D-Pad to choose a color, A to display the chosen color's RGB values, and the D-Pad to edit them.
Flag editor. Use the D-Pad to select a flag and A to enable/disable it.
Find out what each flag enables.
Choose 1 in the scene menu described above. The player will be redirected to a room with two rows of seven characters on the top right of the map. Outside of this area, it is completely empty, with nothing but glitched star scrolling animations and a single solid mushroom that doesn't do anything.
- Mario - Goes to the story mode character name-entry screen.
- Foreman Spike - Goes to a course records screen. Resetting is the only way out.
- Yoshi - Starts a round on the Marion Course.
- Toad - Shows Foreman Spike's cutscene, then crashes.
- Peach - Shows Ken's cutscene.
- Kid - Same as Peach.
- Grace - Shows a cutscene, then crashes.
- Mario - Re-loads the room.
- Foreman Spike - Goes to the Pro Shop.
- Yoshi - Goes to the Marion Club's orange receptionist's desk.
- Wario - Goes to the Marion Club's entrance.
- Red Bob-Omb - Goes to the Marion Club's green receptionist's desk.
- Baby Mario - The sepia effect is turned on, followed by a series of beeps. Dialogue boxes retain the sepia effect.
- Purple Bowser - the player is taken to a character animation test screen; touching Mario and Kid goes back and forth between different characters, while touching Peach and Toad cause the player to do his putting animation.
Document this more thoroughly. Kind of hard with everything in Japanese!