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Zen Nihon Pro Wrestling: Fight da Pon!

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Title Screen

Zen Nihon Pro Wrestling: Fight da Pon!

Developer: Natsume
Publisher: Masaya
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: June 25, 1994


CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.


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Fight da Pon! was All Japan Pro Wrestling doing a primarily non-wrestling video game based on the promotion before Vince copied the idea (albeit differently) with WWF Betrayal.

Debug Mode

Fdpon-debug.png

Activate Pro Action Replay (PAR) code C08A22F0, then hold X and press Select at any point other than the opening logos. (For best results, do this during an actual match, otherwise you're almost guaranteed to encounter some graphical issues.)

From here, select any item with A. You can get back to the main debug menu by pressing X + Select, and is the only way out of the unused menu items marked with "--------". The exceptions are the first one (which displays two hexadecimal numbers that can be changed with both controllers but have an unknown purpose) and the one underneath "EVENT" (which leads to a "siin" {scene} select that no longer seems to work correctly).

Sound Test

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Selecting "SoundTes" from the above menu leads to the sound test screen, which displays each song's title one at a time. Again, X + Select goes back to the debug menu.

The sound test can also be accessed by pressing Up, L, R, Down, L, R, Left, L, R, Right, R, L at the title screen.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Hidden Text

This developer credit is located at 0x1DCBA in the ROM. "T.NOH" is Tsuyoshi Noh.

  Osaka Natsume Software T.NOH