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Out of This World (SNES)

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Title Screen

Out of This World

Also known as: Another World (EU), Outer World (JP)
Developer: Delphine Software International
Publishers: Interplay (US/EU), Victor Musical Industries (JP)
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: November 27, 1992
Released in US: November 1992
Released in EU: May 27, 1993


AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.


Out of This World is a game about a scientist named Lester Knight Chaykin, who has the fantastic idea of performing an experiment during a thunderstorm. As a result, lightning strikes his lab, teleporting him... Out of This World.

Unfortunately, the alien world he finds himself on is hostile, and he and his new alien friend must do everything they can to survive.

Unused Song


This song was used in an early version of the game, but goes unused in the final version where it was replaced by silence possibly for a better ambient effect.

Unused Passwords

  • HHFL - Goes to a black screen, no sound can be heard in this version, but the game doesn't crash as you can still pause and move around.
  • KRTD - Goes directly to the Ending. It is never shown in-game.

Oddities

The song that plays as Lester wakes up to find he is in captivity gets cut off after Buddy blinks. However, the full track can be heard in the prototype ROM, as the cutscene animates more slowly.

Unused Text

Computer OS

Copyright } 1997 Peanut Computer, Inc.
All rights reserved.

GS/OS Version 7.03
II Infinitum

The computer from the Introduction interestingly has an unused version of the fake boot screen found at 0x4CD8. It should be noted that in the game's font, } appears as c.

Development Text

Created on an Apple IIgs, Apple II Infinitum!!

This text is found at offset 0x600. It's almost certainly from Rebecca Heineman, the port developer and noted Apple IIgs fan.