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Snood (Game Boy Advance)

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Title Screen


Developer: Rebellion Developments
Publisher: Destination Software
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in US: September 28, 2001
Released in EU: November 30, 2001

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

A port of the Macintosh game, so now you can play Snood on the go. Woohoo.

Unused Graphics

I guess I'm not.

A "READY" graphic probably meant for the beginning of a round. Instead, it just says the level number, making this go unused.

Developer Message

At 0x349E0C in the US ROM is a message from the programmer, followed by a large amount of blank space.

right then. this here is the padding that has been used to make sure the rom image is exactly 4 mB. Quite why this couldn't have been done by Ninetendo, I'm not sure, but since I have to do it I might as well take a few moments of my time to make sure it's mildly entertaining. Anyway, I, as I'm sure some of you have guessed, am the lead programmer on this lovely game - Snood as it's known to it's friends. I'd just like to take this opportunity to add a few extra credits to the (short) list that's in the manual. Thanks to: Andrew McDonald for his levels and testing. Gareth Luke for sticking his managerial nose in and actually making sure we got this _done_. Also, thanks to Tim Jones for his multiplayer idea, Kevin Lea for not shouting at me when I kept on asking him questions and Neil Tuttle for his last minute testing. Okay, that's section one done and dusted. I'd like to now take a moment to tell you a couple of little things about snood. Firstly, the so-called 'Cutter' snood is actually called 'Spinny', seeing as he hadn't been given a name at the time this was being written. similarly, the 'wildcard snood' is called 'Wild Ernie'...there's a story behind that but it's a bit involved (no it's not rude).

The European version (0x31718C) has an extended version:

Now, the extraspecial bit for you european types - I'm going to spend a couple of seconds now complaining about life and how stressful these things are. It's now 16:59, the courier was booked for 17:00 and the headings still aren't properly centred. I've just given myself  an oulser tracking down an error in the menu code, which isn't even my job! How exactly it worked in the first place is  now a mystery to me. I blame the programmer. Rant over.