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Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix (Arcade)

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Title Screen

Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix

Also known as: Pocket Fighter (JP)
Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: Arcade (CPS-2)
Released in JP: September 27, 1997
Released in US: 1997
Released in EU: 1997


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


PrereleaseIcon.png This game has a prerelease article

This is what happens when you take characters from Street Fighter, Darkstalkers, and Red Earth, squish them down into super-deformed versions of themselves, and have them fighting to collect colored gems while changing into wacky over-the-top costumes. It's Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix! Also, there's Capcom character cameos in the stages too!

It's also notable for being the only Capcom fighting game with more female characters than male, and also for being playable in Street Fighter Alpha Anthology as a bonus game.

Hmmm...
To do:
  • Unused graphics, sounds, and content, like unused objects and effects for some of the playable characters hidden in the game's tilesets, such as leftover sprites from Marvel vs. Capcom for Ryu's Shinkuu Hadouken.

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Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info


Hidden/Unused Graphics

SGFMMRyuIconFront.png SGFMMRyuIconBack.png Ryu


SGFMMUnusedCan.png

Hidden in Ryu's tiles is a canned drink that goes unused.


SGFMMUnusedCat.png

The cat that appears in Ryu's Story Intro has sprites in gameplay, but it goes unused.


SGFMMUnusedDoll.png

Some kind of object that goes unused. It's proper pallete is unknown.


SGFMMUnusedToyDinosaur.png

Graphics for this toy dinosaur is hidden in Ryu's tiles, but it is also unused.


SGFMMUnusedDuffelBag.png

SD graphics for Ryu's duffel bag that he carries with him in his Story Intro and Ending is hidden in his tiles! It goes unused in-game though...

SGFMMKenIconFront.png SGFMMKenIconBack.png Ken


SGFMMUnusedAttackEffect.png

Graphics for an unused attack effect are hidden in Ken's tiles which are unused.

Miscellaneous

Mini Faces

SGFMMUnusedMiniFaces.png

All 12 playable characters have unused mini face graphics for when they are being possessed during Ibuki's Flash/Costume Combo throw in their tiles! These would have been seen if a character has been wall bounced during the throw. Sadly, these are never seen in normal gameplay, as only the first frames are used instead for every character.

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan US Asia
SGFMMTitleScreenJP.png SGFMMTitleScreenUSandHispanic.png SGFMMTitleScreenAsia.png

The Western versions, aside from having a completely different name, also use a slightly different logo when compared to the Japanese version. It adds Chun-Li's bracelet and Felicia's pawprint to the background, and the Japanese name of the game on the piece of paper was changed to "Mini Mix". The copyright text at the bottom is also different in the US version, but remains unchanged in European versions.

Attract Demo

US
SGFMMUSVerAdvisoryWarning.png

In the US version, an Advisory Warning was shown just before the Gameplay Attract Demos. The Japanese and European versions don't have this.

Loading Screens

Just like the title screen, the region's appropriate logo is used on the loading screens. Before a battle, its background is blue, after a battle its background is red.

Japan International
SGFMMLoadingScreen1JP.png SGFMMLoadingScreen1USAsiaandHispanic.png

Character Names

As in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, Lei-Lei and Gouki's names were changed to Hsien-Ko and Akuma respectively, and Tabasa's name is changed to Tessa in the Western versions, which is consistent with her prior appearance in Red Earth.

Japan International
Lei-Lei Hsien-Ko
Tabasa Tessa
Gouki Akuma

Continue Screen

Hmmm...
To do:
Add screenshots. Also, add a table comparing the Japanese quotes + translations and their English ones.

The Japanese version contains tips and tricks at the bottom of the screen to help improve your skills during gameplay, but this part was made empty in the Western versions.

Unused Sounds

Additional Japanese Story Dialogue

Hmmm...
To do:
  • Rip and upload the Japan-only story cutscene voices that were unused in the International versions.

The Japanese version has some extra voice dialogue for every character's story cutscenes. These go unused in the Western versions.