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{{INES| title = Gimmick!
 
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|mapperno = 69
 
|mappername = [[Sunsoft-5B]]
 
|mappername = [[Sunsoft-5B]]
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==Hacks==
 
==Hacks==
* [[Hammick!]] - [http://nemusg.com/hammick.html]
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* [http://nemusg.com/hammick.html Hammick!]
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==Translations==
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* None known.
  
 
==Miscellaneous==
 
==Miscellaneous==
The game had a limited release in Europe, only in Scandinavia. Unlike the Japanese original it had no extra sound channels because only Famicoms had the audio input pin on the cart connector.
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* This game had a limited European release (Scandinavia only).
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* The Japanese release had an additional sound chip, which used Famicom-only audio input pins on the cartridge connector. For the European release, the soundtrack was reworked to only use the NES internal sound chip.
  
 
==Known Dumps==
 
==Known Dumps==
 
* Gimmick! (J)
 
* Gimmick! (J)
 
* Mr. Gimmick! (E)
 
* Mr. Gimmick! (E)
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==External Links==
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* No external links yet.

Revision as of 09:08, 24 September 2011


Gimmick!
Mapper No. 69
Mapper Name Sunsoft-5B
PRG-ROM Pages 16 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 16 x 8kB
Mirroring Vertical
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Utilities

Hacks

Translations

  • None known.

Miscellaneous

  • This game had a limited European release (Scandinavia only).
  • The Japanese release had an additional sound chip, which used Famicom-only audio input pins on the cartridge connector. For the European release, the soundtrack was reworked to only use the NES internal sound chip.

Known Dumps

  • Gimmick! (J)
  • Mr. Gimmick! (E)

External Links

  • No external links yet.