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The Lion King Legeng

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Title Screen

The Lion King Legeng

Developer: Waixing
Publisher: Waixing
Platform: Unlicensed NES
Released in CN: February 1997

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

The Copyright Infringmeng.

Unused Graphics

To do:
Are there any more unused graphics from Super Game's bootleg?

The Lion King Legeng-gameover.png

Text reading "GAMEOVER". As this game doesn't have a game over screen (it will reset if "NO" is selected on the continue screen), it goes unused.

The Lion King Legeng-16x16font.png

A 16×16 font used to display level names in Super Game's Lion King bootleg. This game borrows some of its graphics from Super Game's bootleg, but this font is never used. The Lion King Legeng uses custom graphics for level names, which are in Chinese with a small translation in broken English underneath.

Level Select

Fun fact: "LEVEL" is actually a difficulty select and "PASSWORD" is the level select. Who needs logic when you can have bootlegs?

The "PASSWORD" option on the title screen appears to be disabled at first glance, but it can be selected if "LEVEL" and "MUSIC" are both set to 4. Rather than using a password system, it functions as a basic level select, with Up and Down changing the starting level. Attempting to start on Level 7 simply throws the player back to the first level, as the game only has six levels.