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Yoshi's Safari

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Title Screen

Yoshi's Safari

Also known as: Yoshi's Road Hunting (JP)
Developers: Nintendo R&D1, TOSE
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: July 14, 1993
Released in US: September 1993
Released in EU: 1993


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.
PiracyIcon.png This game has anti-piracy features.


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Yoshi's Safari is a first-person Super Scope game where you shoot things, as you'd expect.

Unused Graphics

Yoshisafari mariorun.gif

An animation of Mario running meant to be for a cutscene, but he never runs on his own.

Yoshisafari mariosit.png

A sprite of Mario looking down while riding Yoshi, also meant for a cutscene.

Regional Differences

Japan International
Yoshissafari jptitle.png Yoshissafari ustitle.png

The Japanese logo appears to be made of wooden planks and has a couple of Bullet Bills forming the dots of the ン characters, whereas the international logo has a simpler bamboo-like theme. The sky was also made a bit brighter.

Anti-Piracy

Yoshi's Safari checks to see if any SRAM is present while booting up. If it detects any form of SRAM, it will throw up a warning screen instead of starting the game. It does this by copying the internal ROM name from $00FFC0 to addresses $700000, $701000, $702000, and so on. It then reads back these values; if any of them are equal to the original string, it will throw the error. Since the game normally has no internal save memory, writing to these addresses would result in no changes.

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