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Talk:Tetris Attack (Game Boy)

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I can confirm that there are 6 hidden borders in Tetris Attack (GB), accessible when you play the game on a Super Game Boy. The codes to access them are entered at the title screen, when selecting "1P" to play the game. They are:

Down + A: Yoshi stage border
Left + A: Gargantua Blargg stage border
Up + A: Poochy stage border
Down + Start: Froggy stage border
Left + Start: Lakitu stage border
Up + Start: Raphael Raven stage border

Returning to the title screen at any time allows you to choose another border. Returning to the title screen and pressing only Start will make the border the default star border again, while A keeps the current border. --Ninetales 00:36, 10 March 2011 (EST)

Unused Title Screen graphics

I think some of the Yoshi graphics are not assembled correctly, and there's a few missing. Here's all the tiles except the Xs, assembled in the order they're presented inside the ROM and without repeating any of them (for reference): http://i.imgur.com/CPHYi6m.png There seems to be a walking frame in third place, but Yoshi's belly turns transparent when assembling the tiles. Odd stuff. --ICEknight (talk) 15:31, 20 June 2014 (EDT)

There were a few tiles available and I did the best I could, unfortunately having next to no artistic skill doesn't help. Thanks for your kind efforts. -nensondubois (talk) 19:28, 20 June 2014 (EDT)
In any case, there might be a way to track down the mappings for those graphics if they still exist in the ROM, and see how they're really supposed to be assembled. --ICEknight (talk) 15:20, 23 June 2014 (EDT)