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Tokimeki Memorial Pocket

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Title Screen

Tokimeki Memorial Pocket: Culture-hen Komorebi no Melody & Sport-hen Komorebi no Melody

Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Kobe
Publisher: Konami
Platforms: Game Boy, Super Game Boy, Game Boy Color
Released in JP: February 11, 1999

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.

A pair of quiz-based fan-novel games.

Debug Menu

GameShark code 010701C1 will start the game in a debug menu. Pressing B in the main menu will return you to the Konami logo, and pressing A selects the menu item.

Tokimeki Memorial Pocket - Culture-hen Komorebi no Melody J SGB Debug.PNG

Before entering the selected item from the debug menu you first must set the Character and Map settings. Neither of these settings have any known effect.

Tokimeki Memorial Pocket - Culture-hen Komorebi no Melody J GBC Debug Player.PNG

Tokimeki Memorial Pocket - Culture-hen Komorebi no Melody J GBC Debug MAP.PNG


Takes you to the Name Entry screen.


Tokimeki Memorial Pocket - Culture-hen Komorebi no Melody J GBC TEL TEST.png

Takes you to a functionless menu where pressing A or B resets the menu. There is no way to exit the menu without resetting the game.


Cycles through cutscenes. Press A to proceed to the next.


View the ending sequence.


Hangs the game on a white screen.


Crashes the game.


Enters the Beat mania minigame selection screen.


Takes you to the Options screen.


Takes you to the File Select screen.

Unused Super Game Boy Palette Settings

Memorial Pocket Culture Unused SGB Palette.png Memorial Pocket Sport Unused SGB Palette.png

There are two unused Super Game Boy PAL01 settings, one is a black and white palette setting and the second is a white test palette. Both games also contain several palette commands. Game Genie codes ??9-8F9-918 + ??9-C19-5D8 (culture version), ??9-9E9-4C4 + ??9-D09-084 (sport version) will enable both settings. Palettes were likely planned but because the game is a massive 4MB, they had to be cut.

Unused Palette 1

ID 0C (culture version), 1B (sport version)

Unused Palette 2

ID 1C (culture version), 2B (sport version)