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==Utilities==
 
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The maps in M.C. Kids were created with [http://greggman.com/pages/tume.htm tUME], the Universal Map Editor.  A freeware version called [http://members.aol.com/opentume/ Open tUME] is available, but unfortunately it does not include the conversion tool used for M.C. Kids (despite it being mentioned in the documentation).
  
 
==Hacks==
 
==Hacks==

Revision as of 01:35, 1 December 2005


M.C. Kids (U)
File:MCKids.png
Mapper No. 4
Mapper Name Nintendo MMC3
PRG-ROM Pages 8 x 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 16 x 8kB
Mirroring Horizontal
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials
M.C. Kids has been hacked.

Utilities

The maps in M.C. Kids were created with tUME, the Universal Map Editor. A freeware version called Open tUME is available, but unfortunately it does not include the conversion tool used for M.C. Kids (despite it being mentioned in the documentation).

Hacks

A prime example of an M.C. Kids ROM hack is Dalton McGuinty's Kids' Computer Game. Created during the 2003 Ontario provincial election, DMKCG taught kids about the values of eating right and exercising. Suitable for ages 7 and up.

Miscellaneous

External Links

M.C. Kids was produced by Virgin Interactive. You can check out all known Virgin Interactive games at http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/company/1682.html

Gregg Tavares, the developer of M.C. Kids, has given interviews to tsr and nesplayer. His website has general information and programming information on the game.