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Lumines Plus

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Title Screen

Lumines Plus

Developers: Opus[1], Fupac[1]
Publisher: Buena Vista Games
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in US: February 27, 2007
Released in EU: February 16, 2007
Released in AU: February 22, 2007

CodeIcon.png This game has unused code.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
DummyIcon.png This game has unusual dummy files.

A port of the original Lumines: Puzzle Fusion.
While 3 of the 4 licensed tracks are absent, they are compensated by skins from Lumines II.

Leftover Graphics

Several leftover graphics from the first game can be found in DATAPS2\LANG\(EN/FR/GE/IT/SP)\SO_M_SH2.dat. Two similiarly named files, SOMSH2.dat and SO-M-SH2.dat, exist, but they're duplicates.


Assets from the Button Configuration screen.


The game's font, alongside several icons from the pause menu and profile creation screens.


Graphics from the main menu and result screens. The two unused "Sound Replay" and "Music Player" graphics are also present.


The rotating circle from the main menu screen.


Descriptions for each of the menu screens.


Icons from the Puzzle Mode.


Icons for the game's menu screens, alongside the skins' banners.

Unused Code

Several unused audio parameters are found in the .csv files between the many skins' sound files in this game, present in DATAPS2\SOUND1, DATAPS2\SOUND2 and DATAPS2\SOUND3. They are labeled [SE_11] (fall5), [SE_12] (lvup), [SE_16] (dec_st) and [SE_18] (rap). Despite that [SE_12] is actually filled in the files of one skin, that being TALK 2 YOU (ID 07), the sound tagged in it, levelup.wav, is completely missing.

Leftover Audio

Near thousands of leftover audio files from UFC: Sudden Impact can be found in sys1.dat, including background music and narrator sound effects. Three other "sys" files exist, labeled sys2.dat, sys3.dat and sys4.dat, but they're duplicates. It's likely that these files were used as disc padding.


  1. 1.0 1.1 GDRI