Yup. We were the ones who got VG Maps to update with said room:Did anyone know of the secret treasure room in Arabian Night that can be accessed by jumping from a magic carpet and ground-pounding the far left part of the floor in the tall room?
There's an accessible debug menu in Wario Land 3? Or are you referring to something else there?The debug mode in Wario Land SML3 was an awesome way for players to cheat the game with cheating devices. It was an actual debug mode allowing one to change all scoring values, such as lives, money and time! Adding it to the game was obviously not planned from the start, but the question is whether it was kept in because they thought it was a fun secret to add or something they forgot.
The concept of leaving a debug mode in the game is not unique to Wario Land, and it's a way for the developers to add in a little Easter Egg of sorts!
Such Easter Egg made a comeback in Wario Land 3, where you can also change certain values, like coins in your total and cycle through tranfomations from the pause screen!
There' no information about it on The Cutting Room Floor othern than unused debug graphics.Yes, there's a debug menu in Wario Land 3, much like Wario Land SML3 had! The cool thing is that it also works through the pause screen
Well, I'm looking at it now and I think you can't access it with a normal cartridge on a Gameboy... You may need some sort of emulation for it. I did it once and it worked, I was kinda stoked about it, and honestly, I thought everyone knew about it!
I dunno, maybe it wasn't intended? Whatever development had to work with must've had some sort of trigger to switch a flag to true or something.Yeah, don't buy that. A Game Boy doesn't have an L or R button. Why would a game check for something like that if the system it was on didn't have said controls?
I dont believe you, but you have intreged me...I dunno, maybe it wasn't intended? Whatever development had to work with must've had some sort of trigger to switch a flag to true or something.
Must've been from an external device for debugging, apparently!