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Super Sprint (NES)

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Title Screen

Super Sprint

Developer: Tengen
Publishers: Tengen (US), HES (AU), Altron (JP)
Platforms: Unlicensed NES (US/AU), NES (JP)
Released in JP: August 3, 1991
Released in US: July 1989
Released in AU: 1991

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A port of Atari's top-down racing arcade game.

Regional Differences

To do:
The Australian version has not been dumped. Document the regional differences for it when it has been.

Oddly enough, the Japanese version was actually licensed by Nintendo.

US Japan
Super Sprint - NES - Copyright Screen.png Super Sprint - FC - Copyright Screen.png

The Japanese version replaces the Tengen logo with the Altron one. Also, the PRESENTS text was moved further down in the Japanese version.

US Japan
Super Sprint - NES - Title Screen.png Super Sprint - FC - Title Screen.png

The Japanese version uses a different font in all-caps, also adding credits for Atari Games and Tengen Ltd. Strangely, the copyright dates and registered trademark (®) symbol were removed.

US Japan
Super Sprint - NES - Main Menu.png Super Sprint - FC - Main Menu.png

The publisher's logo was also changed here, with the Super Sprint logo and player select options moved down to fit the Altron logo.

Victory Screen

US Japan
Super Sprint - NES - Victory.png Super Sprint - FC - Victory.png

The "VISION" billboard replaced Tengen with Altron. This applies in the Game Over screen as well.

Staff Roll

To do:
Check if there is code for this screen to appear the Japanese version. Also, check if the Australian version has the staff roll when its ROM is dumped.

Super Sprint - NES - Staff Roll.png

The US version has a staff credits screen that appears after watching the first demo. This was removed from the Japanese version, presumably for being too... American.