40 Winks (PlayStation)
Also known as: 40 Winks: Conquer Your Dreams (EU), Dream Story: Les Aventures de Tim et Lola (FR), Ruff & Tumble (DE), Ruff & Tumble: De Droomkrijgers (NL), 40 Winks: Con Ruff e Tumble (IT), 40 Winks: Con Ruff y Tumble (ES)
This game has hidden development-related text.
This game has a prototype article
40 Winks is an adventure game starring two kids and their wacky dreams. A Nintendo 64 version of the game was released nearly 20 years after the PlayStation version.
Inside the pause menu is a normally-inaccessible debug option. It contains a level select and a cinematic viewer. It also contained an animation viewer, however it does not appear to work anymore. You can enable it with the following GameShark code. This is the same as the Nintendo 64 version.
USA code: Enable CHEAT MENU in the Pause screen 3008E2DC 0001
MV08.STR contains an unused cutscene. Its filename (placing it between two cinematics for winning the Castle and Pirate Boss battles respectively) implies it would be used for after a boss battle. Interestingly, the cutscene is dubbed in each of its European rereleases.
Collect 40 cogs, then save the Wink. 40 cogs collected, now save the Wink. Wink saved, level finished.
Unused level start and level end lines.
Kill all the bad guys before this door will unlock. Destroy the baddies to collect a mystery bonus. This door will only open from the other side.
Unused lines related to locked doors and bonuses.
10 cogs required to use lift. 20 cogs required to use lift.
The final game only contains 30 and 40-cog lifts.
You have entered Nightmare Dreams. You have entered Underwater Dreams. You have entered Prehistoric Dreams. You have entered Space Dreams. You have entered Castle Dreams. You have entered Pirate Dreams. You have entered Nitekap Dream.
Unused lines related to entering hub worlds.
Congratulations! Player 1 won!! Congratulations! Player 2 won!!
Unused lines stored alongside the racing text, implying a planned two-player verses mode.
Potential debug line.
Text for various menus that do not appear in the game, or if they do, no code to access them seems to be available.
ONE PLAYER TWO PLAYERS CONTINUE POS START CONTINUE POS 1 CONTINUE POS 2 CONTINUE POS 3 CONTINUE POS 4 CONTINUE POS 5 CONTINUE POS 6 CONTINUE POS 7 CONTINUE POS 8 CHEAT MODE OFF CHEAT MODE ON
PLAYER ONE RUFF NORMAL PLAYER ONE RUFF NINJA PLAYER ONE RUFF MONSTER PLAYER ONE RUFF HERO PLAYER ONE RUFF JESTER PLAYER ONE TUMBLE NORMAL PLAYER ONE TUMBLE NINJA PLAYER ONE TUMBLE HERO PLAYER ONE TUMBLE MONSTER PLAYER ONE TUMBLE FAIRY PLAYER TWO RUFF NORMAL PLAYER TWO RUFF NINJA PLAYER TWO RUFF MONSTER PLAYER TWO RUFF HERO PLAYER TWO RUFF JESTER PLAYER TWO TUMBLE NORMAL PLAYER TWO TUMBLE NINJA PLAYER TWO TUMBLE HERO PLAYER TWO TUMBLE MONSTER PLAYER TWO TUMBLE FAIRY SOUND FX CONFIG LOAD N SAVE START GAME CHAR 1 NINJA CHAR 2 MONSTER CHAR 3 ROBOT CHAR 4 SUPER HERO CHAR 5 INVULNERABLE
ANIMATION VIEWER ANIMATION VIEW ON PLAY MOVIE 1 PLAY MOVIE 2 PLAY MOVIE 3 PLAY MOVIE 4 PLAY MOVIE 5 PLAY MOVIE 6 PLAY MOVIE 7 PLAY MOVIE 8 PLAY MOVIE 9 PLAY MOVIE 10 PLAY MOVIE 11 PLAY MOVIE 12 PLAY MOVIE 13 PLAY MOVIE 14 SOUND FX MENU SOUND FX ON SOUND FX OFF FX VOLUME QUIET FX VOLUME MEDIUM FX VOLUME LOUD MUSIC ON MUSIC OFF MUSIC VOLUME QUIET MUSIC VOLUME MEDIUM MUSIC VOLUME LOUD
WOT POINT MENU PATH POINT TRAIN POINT PICKUP POINT MONSTER POINT PLAYER POINT BOTTLE CRYSTAL GEM HAM MONEY VASE CAKE COIN KEY MELON STAR SWEET SKELETON SPIDER DRAGON HENCHMAN GHOST KNIGHT PLAYING GAME QUIT MENU CONTINUE GAME PLAYING GAME
As a part of the game's European release, 40 Winks has individual Italian, Spanish, French, German and Dutch revisions, each with a unique dub for FMV cutscenes. The German and Dutch versions change the title to Ruff & Tumble, while the French version uniquely calls it Dream Story.
(US, EU, IT, ES)
|Ruff & Tumble
Despite Dream Story changing Ruff and Tumble's names to Tim and Lola, the "R/T" extra life token is unchanged.
The 40 Winks series