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Super Bases Loaded II

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Title Screen

Super Bases Loaded II

Also known as: Super 3D Baseball (JP), Hanguk Pro Yagu (KR)
Developer: TOSE
Publishers: Jaleco (US/JP), Hyundai (KR)
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: August 7, 1992
Released in US: February 1994
Released in KR: 1994

DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Debug Modes

Pro Action Replay code 849254?? (US version) will replace the Options menu with one of the following screens:

  • 00: Field viewer
  • 02: Player viewer
  • 04: Mode 7 test
  • 11: Sound test

Field Viewer


The field viewer, simply enough, allows you to pan over the entire 2D view of the field. Hold the D-Pad to scroll in any direction, or press A/B/X/Y to move a few pixels at a time.

Depending on whether or not a game has already been played, you may have to scroll through lots of garbage tiles before actually seeing the field. The best way to use this screen is to start any type of game (Exhibition is probably the easiest), then resetting as soon as the players begin running out onto the field.

Player Viewer


This screen is used to view player animations. Pressing B or A selects the next/previous animation, and holding Y or X will play the animation forwards or backwards on a loop.

Mode 7 Test


This screen is used to test the Mode 7 effect used during pitches and the "Series Champion" animation.

Press L/R to rotate the stands back and forth, and the D-Pad to adjust the viewing angle. B begins moving the view forward as in the "Series Champion" animation, and A returns you to home plate.

Sound Test

To do:

It's a sound test. Surprise!

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Regional Differences

To do:
Title screens.

The Japanese version has credits that were omitted from the US release, even though they are all in English.