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No One Can Stop Mr. Domino

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Title Screen

No One Can Stop Mr. Domino

Also known as: Domino-kun wo Tomenaide
Developer: Artdink
Publishers: Artdink (JP), JVC Music (EU), Acclaim Entertainment
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: January 8, 1998, January 6, 2000 (BEST version)
Released in US: October 31, 1998
Released in EU: September 1998

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RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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No One Can Stop Mr. Domino is a game where everything stops Mr. Domino, so you have to not make it that way.

Debug Info

With the US version of the game, enter the following GameShark code:

D00B76FC 1100
3006EA9A 0001
D00B76FC 4100
3006EA9A 0000

Then press, Select and Left to enable it. To turn it off, press Select and Right.

(Source: Hacc)

Regional Differences

  • The US version has an animation where dominoes pop out of the character's back when placing down dominoes. In the JP and EU versions, domino pieces are just placed down.
  • While much of the branding in the second level remains intact in all versions, the European and US versions changes the Ritz crackers and Milky candy boxes to Notam and Lunatic boxes. The latter referencing other Artdink titles.
  • In the JP and EU versions, the teddy bear in the third level had a nosebleeding animation upon seeing a girl disrobe. This was removed in the US version, but the nosebleeding animation can still be seen when reversing a level.
  • Conversely, the disrobing girl in the third level wears only a bikini in the JP and US versions, but she wears a swimshirt on top of that in the EU version.
  • There is a montage of Mr. Domino in real-life locations in Japan during the end credits, which was replaced with a simple credits scroll in the EU and US versions.