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The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (NES)

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Title Screen

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

Developer: Radical Entertainment
Publisher: T·HQ
Platform: NES
Released in US: December 1992


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


Slippery controls, MS Paint graphics, and ear-demolishing music

OR

Cheap deaths, bombs, and poor level design!

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle somehow manages to do both, which is especially bad given it's a late-1992 release on the NES.

Unused Graphics

As if there weren't enough explosives.

A stick of dynamite.

Rockybullwinkle barrel.png

A barrel very similar to the ones in Stage 3, the boat.

This is REAL health we're dealing with!

A realistic red heart with no outlines.

Rockybullwinkle weirdbullwinkle.png

A weird portrait of Bullwinkle with no feet and a blank eye.

Rockybullwinkle smallcloud.png

A smaller version of the cloud seen in most levels.

Rockybullwinkle rockyslide.png

An unused variant of Rocky sliding. The used sliding sprite has smoke and his legs aren't out as far.

Hidden Details

Many palettes in the game repeat the same color, therefore painting the graphics they're applied on with one missing since they blend together, hiding details.

The COOLEST games EVER!!!!!

The THQ logo and the text below it were supposed to have outlines.

Rocky can stare into souls

Proper coloring of Rocky on the title screen...

Rocky too, wanting that big money

The ending screen...

Even the in-game sprites! This all really shows how much they cared, doesn't it?

And his in-game sprites.

Debug Mode

During gameplay, press B, A, A, Start, A, B, B, A on Controller 2. A sound will confirm correct code entry. You can now use the D-Pad to move Rocky/Bullwinkle around. On Controller 2, press B to skip to the next level or Start to disable debug mode.

(Source: CaH4e3)