Galactic Taz Ball
|Galactic Taz Ball|
This game has a prerelease article
A Marble Madness-style game staring the Tasmanian Devil. It's actually quite unique for a DS game as you control Taz with a trackball-like control scheme on the touch screen, hence part of the namesake.
While not technically unused, the texture for the gripper's buzz saw uses an early version of its texture leftover from when the game had a different art style. It only uses the buzz saw portion of the texture.
The game started development in a completely different art style, but was changed to resemble The Looney Tunes Show, which at the time was in development at Warner Bros. and was likely a corporate request. A few assets from this point still remain in the game's data.
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The helicopter enemy in the early art style.
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An Instant Martian in the early art style.
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The tundra boss in the early art style.
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The spiked walker enemy in the early art style.
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The gemenoider in the early art style.
A dragon coin taken directly from Super Mario World as a placeholder for the golden kiwis.
Partially Unused Music
The theme used whenever Taz eats a hot pepper has an intro section that was entirely cut. The theme normally starts in-game at around 3 seconds.