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Tomba! 2: The Evil Swine Return

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Title Screen

Tomba! 2: The Evil Swine Return

Also known as: Tombi! 2 (EU), Tomba! The Wild Adventures (JP)
Developer: Whoopee Camp
Publishers: SCEA (US), SCEE (EU), Whoopee Camp (JP)
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: October 28, 1999
Released in US: December 31, 1999
Released in EU: June 16, 2000

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ItemsIcon.png This game has unused items.

ProtoIcon.png This game has a prototype article

To do:
regional differences. e.g. different soundtrack in the Japanese version

Tomba! 2: The Evil Swine Return sees the pink haired feral kid return, this time in 3D! But it still works like the original game, in that you can only move left and right unless there's another path to choose from.


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info

Unused Items

Icon Item Name Description
(not use1) (not use)
(empty) (empty)

In the game, items with pink text are used automatically. Items with green text are equippable. Although both equippable, (empty) and the blank item reuse the last apparel and weapon appearances respectively, but do nothing themselves.

Unused Graphics

Unused Laughing Crying forest fruit

A fourth, unused fruit can be found in the game's files. It appears slightly darker than the neutral fruit and has a seemingly angry expression.

Tomba2 Unused Fruit Texture.png

The unused fruit's texture.

Tomba2 Unused Fruit Ingame.png

The unused fruit's appearance in-game.

Unused status icons

Several unused status icons can be found in the game's files.

Nishiki Birds' Gondola

The Japanese demo of Tomba! 2 contains an item called "Nishiki Birds' Gondola" that uses the same item slot that would be used for the "Nishiki's Wings" item in retail versions. However it lacks textures and an item icon.
It is safe to assume that the Gondola would have been used during the "With the Nishiki Bird" event, but was replaced with the Nishiki's Wings item at some point in development.

In retail versions, the textures for the Gondola are loaded in the VRAM when in the Town of the Fishermen and the Water Temple, the same areas where the Nishiki's Wings make an appearance.