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Released: 1994, Super Nintendo
Donkey Kong Country is an SNES platformer released to much hype. It has the distinction of being the highest-selling non-bundled Super Nintendo game ever. Its graphics were created by capturing 3D models rendered with Silicon Graphics equipment. Those graphics were then packed into the ROM with a proprietary compression technique. This process came to be known as "Advanced Computer Modeling", or, "Magic".
As loaded as the game is with content, there's still more in the cartridge that remains unused. This includes unused bonus rooms, enemies, items, and scenery. Come read unused dialogue from that cantankerous chimp, Cranky Kong! Marvel at the unused animations from various characters! Like fonts? This game is loaded with them! A free movement debug mode can be enabled as well.
All this and much, much more in the Donkey Kong Country article.
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Did You Know...
- ...that the original Xbox had an easter egg that went hidden for almost 20 years before a developer revealed it?
- ...that multiple NES games have worse audio than intended, due to hardware reading the data backwards?
- ...that the Atari version of Donkey Kong had an easter egg that took 26 years to discover?
- ...that Persona 5 Royal has over two hours worth of unused cutscenes?
- ...that due to the video game crash of 1983, Midnight Magic was released three years after it was completed?
- ...that the Wii version of A Boy and His Blob has a Sam & Max: Freelance Police intro movie?
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