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The Incredible Crash Dummies (NES)

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Title Screen

The Incredible Crash Dummies

Developer: Software Creations
Publisher: LJN
Platform: NES
Released in US: August 1994
Released in EU: September 23, 1993

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

Don't you be a dummy, buckle your safety belt!™

Stage Select

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At the title screen, press Right, Right, Up, Left, Up, Right, Down, B, A, Select. A sound will confirm the correct code has been entered. Now, press Start and a screen with the message, "AHHH! YOU'RE NO DUMMY", will appear. Choose the desired level by pressing Up / Down, and press Start to play.

Unused Sprites

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Sprites of cars from the Game Boy version's mini-game, which aren't used anywhere in this version.

Incredible Crash Dummies (NES)-unused-helmets.png

Sprites of helmets falling down left over from the Game Boy version.

Incredible Crash Dummies (NES)-unused-dummy.png

Sprites of dummy falling down left over from the Game Boy version.

Unused Music

To do:
Which tracks aren't used in either version?

Interestingly enough, both Game Boy and NES versions use the same soundtrack, but some of the tracks are only heard normally in the Game Boy version. Some of the tunes are also unused in both versions.

Car Driving Mini-game

Mini-game Failed

Since the NES version doesn't have any mini-games, these two tracks don't play anywhere.


While the NES version does keep track of your score, it doesn't have a screen for the top 10 high scores like the Game Boy version.

Unused Text


A placeholder message for the level 4 cutscene, located at 0x35220. (The game uses the same character for the number zero and the letter O.)


Located right below the above message at 0x35240.