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My Muppets Show

Developer: Big Blue Bubble
Publisher: Disney Mobile
Platforms: iOS, Android
Released internationally: August 1, 2013


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.


See, this is why game preservation is important.
This game is defunct.
Do note the game no longer works at all without modifications. This is most likely due to the game's servers being shut down. As a result, further official developments with the game are unlikely to happen.
Hmmm...
To do:
  • Document the unused animations for Muppets in the Alley, and early versions of Rooftop animations.

My Muppets Show is a mobile game published by Disney in collaboration with Big Blue Bubble. The game is based off of My Singing Monsters, but with Muppets instead of monsters.

Unused Graphics

Muppets

MMS Animal Hand 01.png MMS Animal Hand 02.png MMS Animal Hand 03.png

3 unused hand sprites for Animal which aren't holding a drumstick. Its possible that Animal once threw his stick in the air and caught it, but it was scrapped. These sprites are unfinished, and as such are solid color and have a blue dot for rigging.

1.0.2 Final
My Muppets Show early Rooftop Animal.png My Muppets Show the Rooftop Animal final.png

An early version of Animal's design on the Rooftop with different glasses, purple glittery drums, spiked bracelets, the pattern on the drum being less flat, and the microphone, stool, cymbals, and drumsticks using an earlier unfinished version of them. The different glasses actually appear in the final game on Animal's Rooftop egg.

1.0.1 Final
MMS early Janice Hair.png MMS final Janice Hair.png

An early version of Janice's hair sprite.

My Muppets Show Sweetums placeholder.png

A placeholder image of Sweetums.

My Muppets Show placeholder Sweetums egg.png

A placeholder image of Sweetums' egg.

1.0.1 Final
My Muppets Show early Pepe.png My Muppets Show final Pepe.png

An early version of Pepe's sprites, with him being in wearing lab coat instead of a black shirt and a gold chain.

1.0.1 Final
My Muppets Show early Pepe egg.png My Muppets Show final Pepe egg.png

An early version of Pepe's egg, which matches his early design.

Decorations

My Muppets Show fridge decoration.png

An unused fridge decoration.

My Muppets Show popcorn machine decoration.png

An unused popcorn machine decoration.

Early Final
My Muppets Show early Bass Stand.png My Muppets Show final Bass Stand.png

An early, incomplete version of the Bass Stand decoration.

Early Final
My Muppets Show early Giant Prune.png My Muppets Show final Giant Prune.png

An early, incomplete version of the Giant Prune decoration. It is slightly bigger than the final.

Early Final
My Muppets Show early Lab.png My Muppets Show final Lab.png

An early, incomplete version of the Lab decoration. The final version removed the bird.

Early Final
My Muppets Show early Seamstress Mannequin.png My Muppets Show final Seamstress Mannequin.png

An early, incomplete version of the Seamstress Mannequin decoration.

Early Graphics for the Rooftop

Some early graphics for the Rooftop stage.

1.0.1 1.0.2 Final
My Muppets Show 1.0.1 Rooftop Icon.png My Muppets Show early Rooftop icon.png My Muppets Show final Rooftop icon.png

Two early versions of the Rooftops icon. The first is from when it was originally called the Alley and took place inside of an alleyway. The second is the same as the final but with missing graffiti.

Early Final
My Muppets Show The Rooftop early backdrop.png My Muppets Show The Rooftop final backdrop.png

An early version of the Rooftops graffiti, with different placements of Muppet icons.

Early Final
My Muppets Show early Rooftop level up icon.png My Muppets Show final Rooftop level up icon.png

An early version of the Rooftops level up icon, from when it was originally called the Alley.

Leftover graphics from My Singing Monsters

MySingingMonsters-ContructionSite.png

The unused construction site image from My Singing Monsters is leftover in My Muppets Show.

My Muppets Show MSM gui frame.png

The GUI frame from My Singing Monsters.

My Muppets Show MSM Title Frame.png

The title frame from My Singing Monsters.

My Muppets Show MSM goals icon.png

The goals icon from My Singing Monsters.

Unused Sounds

The Muppet Theater

Rowlf has a scrapped third track on the Muppet Theater. This track doesn't exist in the game files, but is noticeable due to the gap between track 2 and 4.

The Divettes

There is an extra unused verse at the end of the Muppet Theater song where The Divettes play once an extra time.

The Ship

Rowlf has a second track on the Ship that goes unused due to a bug in the songs midi file in which the notes for the second track are mistakenly placed where notes for the first track go. This is noticeable due to the second track being twice as long as the first track.

Unused Text

Unused Muppet Man Text

Cue in all Muppets to Muppet Man in the Kitchen.
Cue in all Muppets to Muppet Man on the Rooftop.
Cue in all Muppets to Muppet Man on the Ship.
Cue in all Muppets to Muppet Man in the Big House.

Unused goal text for unlocking Muppet Man in all of the stages besides the Muppet Theatre. Muppet Man was never added to the other stages before the game shut down.

Early 1880's Robot Text/80's Robot

Early Final
80's Robot
1880's Robot
Early Final
Dressing Rooms Required: 1

80's Robot lives to serve and serves to live... only a lot of his software has gone soft and fuzzy, so he doesn't always do what he's supposed to. But it's not for lack of trying, and fortunately Kermit and the other Muppets are very understanding.  Besides, 80's Robot is also a music machine, laying down tracks that'll take you back.
Dressing Rooms Required: 1

This agreeable automaton opted out of a mundane existence as just another cog in the machine. Instead, he traded processing code for singing codas, and deals with an entirely different type of script! Nothing can break down his cheerful spirit – but he does wince at being called a 'steampunk' robot. He believes his manners are far superior, and much prefers 'steamgentleman.'

An early name bio for the 1880's Robot from when it was originally the 80's Robot from Muppets.

Early Boomer Text/Dabassdrum

Early Final
Dabassdrum
Boomer
Early Final
Dressing Rooms Required: 2

Da man takes a beating and the hits just keep coming. If you're looking for a solid bottom beat in your music, a boom that will box your ears and make you shake in your shoes, here's a sure thing: Dabassdrum is da man to see.
Dressing Rooms Required: 2
HARV-E Success Rate: High

Boomer drops the bass and the hits just keep coming. If you're looking for a solid bottom beat in your music, a boom that will box your ears and make you shake in your shoes, here's a sure thing: Boomer's the Muppet to see.

An early version of Boomer's name and bio, in where he's called "Dabassdrum".

Early Hera Thump Text/Bongo

Early Final
Bongo
Hera Thump
Early Final
Dressing Rooms Required: 2

Un-beat-able when it comes to slapping rhythm into a song and a close friend of legendary Electric Mayhem drummer Animal. He specializes in playing the drum from which he takes his name. And believe us, no one can lay down a paradiddle or flam-roll-&-drag a beat out of the bongo like Bongo.
Dressing Rooms Required: 2
HARV-E Success Rate: High

When it comes to slapping rhythm into song, Hera Thump is un-beat-able! No one can lay down a paradiddle or flam-roll-&-drag a clamorous conga-commotion like this gal!

An early version of Hera Thump's name and bio, in which she was originally a guy and was named Bongo. The early bio mentions that Hera Thump/Bongo is close friends with Animal. Coincidentally Hera Thump uses the same VST as Animal.

Early Myron Bellows Text/Accordionora

Early Final
Accordionora
Myron Bellows
Early Final
Dressing Rooms Required: 2

This gal is everybody's main squeeze, a wheezy but wonderful purveyor of that most maligned of musical styles – the accordion.  Sure, it's not as hip as a v-shaped guitar or as boss as a booming bass drum, but the accordion has a charm all its own, and no one plays it as charmingly as her.
Dressing Rooms Required: 2
HARV-E Success Rate: High

This little fellow is a wheezy but wonderful purveyor of that most maligned of musical styles – the accordion.  Sure, it's not as hip as a v-shaped guitar or as boss as a booming bass drum, but the accordion has a charm all its own, and no one plays it as charmingly as him.

An early version of Myron Bellow's name and bio, where he was originally a girl and was named "Accordionora".

Early Lew Zealand Bio

Early Final
Dressing Rooms Required: 3

LEW ZEALAND throws a boomerang fish. What is a boomerang fish? We'll let Lew explain: "I throw the fish away... and it comes back to me".  And that's all there is to Lew and his act. And yet he remains a mainstay of every Muppet performance, musical and otherwise.  He plays scales pretty well, too. Fish scales, that is.
SPECIAL EDITION!

Dressing Rooms Required: 3
HARV-E Success Rate: Low

Lew Zealand throws a boomerang fish. What is a boomerang fish? We'll let Lew explain: "I throw the fish away... and it comes back to me".  And that's all there is to Lew and his act. And yet he remains a mainstay of every Muppet performance, musical and otherwise.  He plays scales pretty well, too. Fish scales, that is.

An early version of Lew Zealand's bio. It depicts Lew as being a normal Muppet and not a limited time Muppet. It also has Lew Zealand in all caps, and is missing the HARV-E success rate.

Early Newsman Bio

Early Final
Dressing Rooms Required: 1

The Newsman is very serious, reporting on the important issues and crises of the day... and usually getting pelted or pulverized by whatever he's talking about.  (If it's report about a pole vaulting cow, you can be positive the Newsman is about be blindsided by that same airborne bovine. Still, for such a serious guy, he lays down a very newsworthy musical riff.
Dressing Rooms Required: 1

The Newsman is very serious, reporting on the important issues and crises of the day... and usually getting pelted or pulverized by whatever he's talking about.  (If it's a report about a pole vaulting cow, you can be positive the Newsman is about to be blindsided by that same airborne bovine.) Still, for such a serious guy, he lays down a very newsworthy musical riff.

An early version of the Newsman's bio. It's almost the same as the final, except that a spelling error was corrected in the final.

Decorations

Fridge
Besides keeping food cool and fresh, this particular refrigerator is a near-perfect replica of the one used in one of Gonzo's lesser-known feats of daring. Why is it lesser known? It didn't go so well.

Name and description for the unused fridge decoration

Popcorn Machine
No authentic performance experience is complete without a Popcorn Machine! Add one of these to your Stage to feel better about your audience's comments that your show is 'corny.'

Name and description for the unused popcorn machine decoration.

The Alley

The Alley was an early version of the Rooftop. It had some of the same Muppets as The Rooftop along with some new Muppets. The Alley was later moved to be the 5th stage in the game before being replaced by the Big House.

Alley

The Alley's name.

The Muppets are taking it to the streets!... Or at least, to the alley behind the Muppet Theater. Here they can rattle and clang, sing and jam to their hearts' content.

Bio for the Alley.

Alley-oop!

Goal name for unlocking the Alley

Digitize the third stage, the Alley.

Goal description for unlocking the Alley

Bring on Animal for the Alley.
Bring on Beaker for the Alley.
Bring on Dr. Teeth for the Alley.
Bring on Durwood Clapper for the Alley.
Bring on Floyd for the Alley.
Bring on Mahna Mahna for the Alley.
Bring on a Snowth for the Alley.
Bring on Kizzy for the Alley.
Bring on Big Mo for the Alley.
Bring on some Chickens for the Alley.
Bring on Miss Piggy for the Alley.
Bring on some Rats for the Alley.
Bring on Rizzo for the Alley.
Bring on the Swedish Chef for the Alley.
Bring on Sweetums for the Alley.
Bring on Walter for the Alley.
Get every Muppet for the Alley.

Goal text for placing Muppets in the Alley. Some of the Muppets here didn't make it into the Rooftop, those being Big Mo, Chickens, Miss Piggy, Rats, Rizzo, the Swedish Chef, Sweetums, and Walter. The Rooftop added Jax Strumley, Janice, Kermit the Frog, Bloosman, Pepe, Rowlf, Sam Eagle, Veggies, and Zoot.

Bring on Jax Strumley for the Alley.
Bring on Janice for the Alley.
Bring on Kermit for the Alley.
Bring on Keytar for the Alley.
Bring on Pepe for the Alley.
Bring on Rowlf for the Alley.
Bring on Sam Eagle for the Alley.
Bring on some Veggies for the Alley.
Bring on Zoot for the Alley.

More goal text for placing Muppets in the Alley, which were added in version 1.0.2. "Keytar" was the original name for Bloosman.

The Docks

In early versions of MMS, the Ship was originally called the Docks.

Docks

Name of the Docks.

Down by the docks, the Muppets are ready to set sail for new adventures on the Big Blue Wet Thing, but first it's time to belt out a rollicking landlubber ditty!

Bio for the Docks.

Digitize the fourth stage, the Docks.

Goal text for unlocking the Docks.

The Museum

The original name of the Big House from 1.0.1.

Museum

Name of the Museum.

You've heard of the British Invasion? Well, this is the Muppet Invasion!... Of a British... museum. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

Bio for the Museum.

Oddities

Muppet Man Sprite Sheet Name

The name of Muppet Mans sprite sheet has "stg01" in it, indicating that he possibly would've had a different design on each stage, likely with the Muppets in his design being replaced by Muppets from the respective stages.

Sam Eagle's early design on the Rooftop

The sprite sheet for Sam Eagle's design on the Ship has "stage03" in its name, meaning it was planned to be used for Sam on the Rooftop. This design was used in Sam's Rooftop animations in 1.0.2, a version before the Rooftop released.

Internal Name

My Muppet Shows package name refers to it as "mysingingmuppets".