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Shanghai: Banri no Choujou

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Title Screen

Shanghai: Banri no Choujou

Developers: Kuusoukagaku[1], Success[2]
Publisher: Sunsoft
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: November 17, 1995

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.

Shanghai is the fun tile-matching game while Mahjong is the tile game that plays akin to Rummy. Released only in Japan.

Development-Related Text

Located at 0x7F80 is a bit of development-related text.


Developer Credit

Located at 0x0FFFC0 is a copyright note from Shigeharu Isoda, one of the composers and developer of the game's sound driver.

*  ApuDrv v1.1 *(C) 1995 S.Isoda
(Source: nensondubois)

Unused Music

A few songs were likely intended for additional in-game BGM. All music was used in the Sega Saturn and 3DO versions renamed as Shanghai: Triple Threat. It is unknown why any of the songs were cut from this version. ROM address 8484DC?? (initial release, BS-X), 8484DB (REV 1) will replace the Config menu music.

Unused Song 1

ID 07

Unused Song 2


Unused Song 3


Unused Song 4

ID 11

(Source: nensondubois)


  1. Programming; see Development-Related Text
  2. Graphics and Sound; also appears on their Development Works page