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BS-X, Prototype, Unreleased & Other Unique ROMs
Dragon Ball Z - Super Butouden (Japan) (Sample)
- - Matthew Callis

Switching gears this time, a Super Famicom sample cart dump, Dragon Ball Z - Super Butouden (Japan) (Sample).

It’s essentially identical to the released game except: there’s no story intro in black & white; the title screen has a big disclaimer written on it; you don’t have access to all of the characters in the game; and the palette seems tweaked slightly. That’s it, nothing really special. Enjoi!

Dragon Ball Z - Super Butouden (Japan) (Sample) 1 Dragon Ball Z - Super Butouden (Japan) (Sample) 2 Dragon Ball Z - Super Butouden (Japan) (Sample) 3 Dragon Ball Z - Super Butouden (Japan) (Sample) 4

BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan)
- - Matthew Callis

Time again for another brand new BS-X dump, actually 2 but they’re the same game just from two different broadcasts in the same week. It’s a really fun game, but has a limited number of start ups, so if you have this cart enjoy it while you can. This game is like Frogger meets Lemmings.

You play an Eskimo who leads your penguin friends to the other side of the melting ice, jumping from one floating platformer to the next. All this time you collect various fish and more penguins friends from treasure chest. Watch out for the green birds that will swoop down and take a penguin. At the end you get your score and go on to the next level. This BS-X ROM like the last BS-X dump will only work on a select few emulators, except this time SNES9x OSX only and bsnes Windows only. Enjoi!

BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 1 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 2 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 3

BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 4 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 5 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 6

BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 7 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 8 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 9

BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 10 BS Konae Chan no Dokidoki Pengin Kazoku (Japan) 11

BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan)
- - Matthew Callis

It’s been a while, so it’s about time to start posting more often. Let’s start today. A brand new dump! A BS-X dump no less. It’s a variation of Fushigi no Dungeon 2 - Furai no Shiren, actually day 2 of 4 in the series.

It’s only emulated in 1 German custom version of SNES9x, Snes9XW_SE2_K6. Having never played through the entire series, I can’t really help you out any more than that, except that you need to use that emulator. Hopefully this will help out with BS-X emulation as a whole, or at least get it emulated in the ‘big’ emulators.

BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 0 BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 1 BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 2

BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 3 BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 4 BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 5

BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 6 BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 7 BS Fuurai no Shiren - Surara wo Sukue - Dai-2 (Japan) 8

Super Momotarou Dentetsu DX - Jr Nishi-Nihon Presents (Japan)
- - Matthew Callis

The original post for this was lost due to a database switch. Super Momotarou Dentetsu DX - Jr Nishi-Nihon Presents is a special version distributed by the Japanese Railroad aka JR. This game was hoarded in Japan for a quite some time before this.

Super Momotarou Dentetsu DX Jr. Nishi-Nihon Presents (Japan)

The Firemen (USA) (Beta)
- - Matthew Callis

So here is a very expensive (over priced) demo for the US version of the Human game The Firemen. The game itself isn’t what you would think, a quick copy of the European version.

It actually looks better than the European version with a much improved font. It also has the wonderful script editing errors in tact, like the example below. Note: seen is correctly spelled but not the right word, which is scene. Game play plays the same but the dialog seems to move faster than the European version, but that might just be placebo. So if you ever wanted to play it in English on an NTSC TV for what ever reason, here’s your chance! It’s an enjoyable game with a good message, don’t burn things and / or be a fireman.

FIREMEN_BETA.png FIREMEN_EURO.png FIREMEN_JAPAN.png

FIREMEN_BETA_GAME.png FIREMEN_EURO_GAME.png FIREMEN_JAPAN_GAME.png

FIREMEN_BETA_CONFIG.png FIREMEN_EURO_CONFIG.png FIREMEN_JAPAN_CONFIG.png

Write up at SNESCentral.