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RodLand (NES)

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Title Screen


Also known as: Yousei Monogatari: RodLand (JP)
Developer: The Sales Curve
Publishers: Jaleco (JP), Storm (EU)
Platform: NES
Released in JP: December 11, 1992
Released in EU: 1993

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

RodLand is a cute arcade-style platformer, notable for being one of the more elusive European NES releases.

To do:
Unused alternative graphics for the "STORM" logo present in both versions.

Swear Filter

Entering any of the following names for either of the fairies will cause them to blush: "SHT", "FUK", "BUM", "TIT", "SEX", "VAJ", "CNT", "POO", "NOB", "DIK".

Rod Land Swear.png

Level Select

Enter "ICH" as the name for player 1 and "EAT" for player 2 and start a game. During the game, press Select to access a level select.

Rod Land LevelSelect.png

(Source: CaH4e3)

Credits Screen

A known Easter egg in the European version is the credits screen, which can be accessed by pressing Right at the starting "STORM" logo screen. What's not as well known is that the same credits can be accessed at any cutscene. It's also done by pressing Right after the message at the current cutscene is displayed and the program is paused before the next cutscene screen and waiting for the input to skip it. This occurs because the input waiting routine is the same for the logo and for the cutscene waiting screens.

The Japanese version, however, has no starting logo and the cutscene input logic is changed, but the credits are still there. You can re-enable them using Game Genie codes AANANVGS XLNEEVUK and see them at any cutscene with the method described above for the European version. The only difference between both credits screens is in the "MORE/GAME" message at the top or bottom of the screens. The credits themselves are the same.

Japan Europe
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