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Super Scope 6

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Title Screen

Super Scope 6

Also known as: Nintendo Scope 6 (EU)
Developer: Nintendo R&D1
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: June 21, 1993
Released in US: February 1992
Released in EU: August 27, 1994


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.


A pack-in game with the Super Scope, Super Scope 6 offers six games that utilize the peripheral. These come in two flavors: Blastris has puzzle-shooter hybrids, while LazerBlazer offers more traditional rail shooters.

Unused Graphics

Laser Gun? Sounds like a tech demo...

These 8bpp graphics at C8000, when combined with the palette at BE000 and the tilemap at AF800, form a title screen for Laser Gun.

The generic title suggests that the Super Scope's name hadn't been finalized when this was created, and the copyright date is 1991 rather than 1992 (although it doesn't have a copyright symbol).

(Source: Mattrizzle)

Keep rolling, or flipping

This block made of stone or sand appears among the other falling block sprite graphics for Blastris B. The face textures are inconsistent between animation frames, which may be why this is unused.

(Source: Mattrizzle)

Unused Music

Track $18 in the LazerBlazer music bank is this strange looping chord. It may have been created to test the sound engine.

(Source: nensondubois)