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The Itchy & Scratchy Game (SNES)

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Title Screen

The Itchy & Scratchy Game

Developer: Bits Studios
Publisher: Acclaim Entertainment
Platform: SNES
Released in US: March 1995
Released in EU: 1995

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

A game based on a cartoon within another cartoon.

Level Skip

By using the Game Genie code DFD4-6F0D or by setting memory address $000225 to a nonzero value you can skip any level by using L or R. L takes you back a level while R advances you by 1 level.

Unused Graphics

It is?

Text saying "CHEAT ON" is loaded within the graphics of the first level.

Unused Text

Bart and Lisa

Unused conversations between Bart and Lisa about the levels, possibly meant to be used as part of scrapped intermission cutscenes.

LISA - Hey Bart, I hope they show that episode set in pre-historic times.

BART - I hope Scratchy gets it good!

BART - Hey, Lisa this is the one when they're in a haunted castle.

LISA - Bart, move out of the way, I can't see.

LISA - Do you think we'll see any pirates in this episode Bart?

BART - Only if Itchy doesn't manage to swashbuckle his way through them all!!!

BART - Ha ha, I haven't seen this episode for ages, where did they dig this one up from?

LISA - From a treasure chest at the bottom of the sea i guess.

LISA - Woo Woo Woo!!! This is the one when Itchy is a red Indian.

BART - Yeh! and he gets that bad sheriff Scratchy real good.

BART - WOW! It's that all time great when they go crazy in a factory.

LISA - Bart how am I supposed to see with your big head in the way?

BART - This is the episode in Krusty's constuction site!!!

LISA - It makes no difference to me I can't see it anyway, so move over!

Krusty the Clown

Some commentary from Krusty the Clown.

Now it's time for Itchy and Scratchy.
Hey, that was lousy kid.
Want to quit or try again ?


Hey, Hey! Nice work, kid, but that darn Scratchy's got SEVEN lives,

and you didn't get them all! Go back and try again!

Hey, Hey! Great Work! You managed to get all of Scratchy's lives.
Don't forget to look out for all the other Itchy and Scratchy merchandise.
Congratulations you have found a hidden level.
Hey, you going to let that cat beat you?
Hey go for it kid.



Every level has the text "TOAST!" which is the alias of game's programmers Jason "Toaster" Austin, as shown in the credits.