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Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs

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Title Screen

Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs

Also known as: Spyro Adventure (EU)
Developer: Digital Eclipse
Publisher: Universal Interactive
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in US: October 27, 2003
Released in EU: November 20, 2003

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Professor creates a peephole to trap Ripto in another dimension. Robot butler destroys it. Professor sends Spyro off to locate some magical artifacts known as "Hearts" to send Ripto back. Spyro has to complete loads of quests to get them. Since a bunch of toddler dragons without their toy are more scary than the end of the world as they know it, for example.

Unused Sprites

Ripto has several sprites that go unused.

SAttack-Ripto1.gif SAttack-Ripto2.gif

A couple of early Ripto statues.

SAttack-RiptoA1.gif SAttack-RiptoA2.gif SAttack-RiptoA3.gif SAttack-RiptoA4.gif SAttack-RiptoA5.gif

Ripto attacking from five different angles, seemingly from a much earlier version of the game. The retail release has a different cape colour, whereas this one matches his cape from the other games.

A comparison of this Ripto versus the one in the final:

Used Unused
Spyro-AttackRiptoUsed.png Spyro-AttackRiptoUnused.png

Last but not least, these probably early sprites labelled DON'T USE.

Spyro-AttackDONT1.png Spyro-AttackUSE1.png Spyro-AttackDONT2.png Spyro-AttackUSE2.png

(Source: Mr.C)

Regional Differences

Not only does the European game load the credits faster (despite adding more text on for the localization team), the text has been moved left to match the rest of the sequence.

Spyro-AttackCredit.PNG SpyroAdventure-Credit.PNG