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This is a list of unlicensed or pirate original games that are not dumped. This also includes games that are dumped but only shared privately.

Famicom/NES Edit

Completely undumped games Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
66 in 1 Family Karaoto

[1]

Features Mario Kart, Crash Bandicoot, Metal Slug, and Angry Kirby
American Crisis AVE, C&E 1991 Was apparently developed specifically for AVE. Unreleased because they went out of business.
Brilliant Com Pack 1 (YoungJae-Com) First Game, Edubank Co., LTD. Early 1999[1] Educational game. The second volume (Pack 2) has been dumped. Some sounds effects were also used in Koko Adventure.
Family Noraebang (패밀리 노래방) Daewoo, Daou Infosys, Open Corp. 1994 [2] Karaoke set with an extension slot. Has 56 songs included and each extension cart contains 40. Only five carts were sold.
Panda Baby Dragon Co. ??? 1 2 3 Clone of Donkey Kong Country.
Super Gun NTDEC 1992 [3] [4] Generic shoot'em up.

Undumped alternate versions of dumped games Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
Asder PC-95 NTDEC 1995 [5]

[6]

[7]

Arabic version is dumped, and the Polish version is a remake and is translated from the Arabic version. Translations in English, Portuguese, and Korean are known to exist and are undumped.

Bao Xiao San Guo (Jacks in Tri-Empire) Waixing 1996 [8]

[9]

Traditional Chinese version with older Waixing logo undumped.

Black Dragon Color Dreams, Daou Infosys, Haitai 1991? Licensed from Color Dreams through Daou, published by Supercom. Korean title screen.
Bollywood 2003 Unknown 2003 [10]

Unofficial hack of Cony's Street Fighter II Pro featuring Bollywood movie stars.

Crystal Mines Color Dreams, Daou Infosys, Haitai 1991? Licensed from Color Dreams through Daou, published by Supercom. Korean title screen.
Dong Dong Nao 2 (Korean) Kuk Je Academy, Sachen
FireHawk (European release) Codemasters 1993? [11] Missing the Camerica and Codemasters logos from the title screen.
JP Ronny NTDEC 1993 Single cart release of JP Ronny, credits NTDEC instead of ASDER.
Magic Cube Kuk Je Academy, Sachen 1991 Features an alternate opening screen and possibly more?
Flying Superboy (Menace Beach) Color Dreams, Daou Infosys, Haitai Mid 1991 Licensed from Color Dreams through Daou, published by Supercom. Korean title screen.
Maxi 15 Pre-Sachen release (Australia) AVE

HES

1991 [12] Can only find post-Sachen Australian release and Pre-Sachen US release
Olympic IQ Kuk Je Academy,

Sachen

1991 Was apparently translated to Korean? Likely features different copyrights.
Street Hero Daou Infosys 1992 [13] Unreleased english translation of The General's Son.
Titenic (ABAB 3-in-1 version) Hummer Technology 2003-2004 Could be a slightly different version than the known one on the 15-in 1 cartridge. With a title screen and a player select.
Skull & Crossbones Daou Infosys, Haitai, Tengen 1990? Licensed from Tengen, published by Supercom. Tengen opening sequence replaced by Haitai Supercom logo.
The Ancient and Modern Heros Unknown ??? [14] Unofficial hack of Cony Soft's Street Fighter II Pro which changes the Street Fighter characters to characters from other sources.
Xīn Bāo Qīng Tiān II (新包青天Ⅱ)
  • aka Super Justice King, Bāo Qīng Tiān (包青天)
Waixing 1996? [15] Fighting game. A title screen hack titled "Impartial Judge" was decrypted from a Waixing ROM pack.

Game Boy/Game Boy Color Edit

Completely undumped games Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
Binary Monster Gowin Mono only. It appears to be a Tamagotchi clone.
Binary Monster II Adventure of Hell Gowin Mono only. It appears to be a sequel to a Super Mario Land clone called Story of Lasama. However, this sequel is based on Super Mario Bros. Deluxe instead.
Binary Monster III Gowin Mono only. Appears to be a clone of Double Dragon by Technōs Japan.
Chāojí Gédòu 2001 α (超級格鬥2001α)
aka Super Fighter 2001 Alpha
Vast Fame An original game based on Vast Fame's Queen Fighter 2000.
Digimon Ruby Vast Fame An English translation of Digimon 3 by Vast Fame.
Digimon Sapphire
aka Digimon Saphire
Vast Fame [16]
Digital Drachen 7: Dämonwelt Sintax [17] A hack of Digimon Adventure 2001 by Sintax. It is in German only.
Magic Lamp Gowin [18] A Mega Man clone.
Metal Slug 2 Sintax [19] Reuses HUD from the dumped game Yue Nan Zhan Yi 3.
Monster Dragon Tactics Card Good Life Based on Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters 1 for the Game Boy.
Monster Go! Go! II 2001 ? A sequel to Monster Go! Go! that appears to be a hack of Kirby's Dream Land 2.
Nǚwáng Gédòu 2000 (女王格鬥2000)
aka Queen Fighter 2000, Queen of Fighters, Gals Fighters
Vast Fame A port of Gals Fighters for the Neo Geo Pocket Color.
Pokemon Chikorita SKOB? [20] Also known as Pocket Monsters Crystal on the title screen.
Pocket Monsters Stadium King of Fighters (Bronze) Good Life Appears to be a clone of Pokemon Stadium for the SNES.
Pokemon Pearl Yong Yong/Makon Soft [21]
Pokemon Leaf Green Sintax [22] Game HUD is similar to the one used in their The Incredibles game.
Pokemon XD (box only) Sintax [23] It is probably a title screen hack of Pokemon Platinum by Sintax running in GBC mode only.
Sachen 4 in 1 (Vol. 2, 3, 4, 8) Sachen Vol. 5 is dumped completely, Vol. 6 has 3 out of the 4 games dumped, Vol. 7 has 2 out of the 4 and Vol. 9 has 1 out of the 4 dumped.
Street Fighter Zero 4 Sachen [24]
Street Heroes Sachen 2000 [25] Port of the NES/Famicom game of the same name.
Super Robot Wars F Final Vol.2 SKOB Possibly a continuation of the dumped Vol. 1?
Super Sonik II Sintax [26]
The Incredibles Sintax [27] It is a hack of Pokemon Platinum by Sintax.
Wùkōng Wài Zhuàn: Wǔ Dòu Piān (悟空外傳 武鬥篇)
aka Dragon Ball Final Bout
SKOB [28] It is a hack of one of Takara's King of Fighters games.

Undumped alternate versions of dumped games Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
2003 Digimon Fighted Sintax [29] English version of 2003 Shu Ma Bao Long: Ge Dou Ban.
The Beet Terrif Battle of 2002
aka Startled 911
BBD [30] Metal Slug 2001, in English with a new intro based off 9/11.
Capcom vs SNK: Millennium Fight 2001 (original version) Yong Yong/Sachen? [31] [32] A Li Cheng release is dumped, which seems to lack the title screen.
Crystal Age Sintax/Benco Technology [33] Appears to be the English version of Saishuu Gensou; the Chinese and English titles are linked in the Chinese copyright database. [34]
Digimon Amethyst: The Dangerous Journey of Devildom Sintax [35] [36] Title screen hack of 2003 Digimom Sapphii by Sintax.
Digimon D-4 SKOB [37] A Li Cheng release was dumped with a different title screen and company logo.
Digimon D-5 SKOB? Possibly the original release of Ming Zhu Kou Dai Guai Shou III (the dumped Li Cheng release)
Dragon Quest 10 Li Cheng [38] Title screen hack of Sheng Shou Wu Yu, with a modified intro (shorter than the original one) and the V.Fame logo removed.
Final Fantaxy IX (Original ver.) TD Software [39] A title screen hack named Tai Kong Zhan Shi DX3 (published by Li Cheng) is dumped.
Harry Potter 2 (Chinese version) Vast Fame 2002 [40] Harry Potter 3 2003 and an English release of the unhacked version are dumped.
Ice Age II (English version) Sintax [41] Chinese version is dumped.
King of Fighters R2 (original version) SKOB A dumped version exists, King of Fighters 2003, which is a title screen hack.
Little Taichi: The Adventure of Myth (English version) BBD/Sintax [42] Chinese version is dumped.
Pocket Monster Ruby
aka Pokémon Ruby Version
Vast Fame [43] [44] Chong Wu Xiao Jing Ling: Jie Jin Ta Zhi Wang, a Chinese re-release with Shi Kong Xing Shou music is dumped.
Rockman X4 Makon Soft 2000 Color version of Rockman 8.
True Three Kingdoms Sintax/BBD [45] [46] English version of Zhen San Guo Wu Shuang by Sintax.

Game Boy Advance Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
Crash Bandicoot 4
aka Crash Bandicoot IV, Crash Advance IV
Sintax [47] A variant of Digimon Adventure.
Ge Dou Jian Shen Sintax
Ji Xie Ren Da Zhan - Zhong Ji Ban (機械人大战 - 终极版) Vast Fame [48]
Lord of the Rings IV Sintax [49]
Megaman 5 [50]
Rayman IV
aka Rayman: Der Sonneschein auf der Reise
Sintax [51] [52] A variant of Digimon Adventure.

Rockman & Crystal

Vast Fame 2003 [53] [54] A Zook Hero game by Vast Fame that uses graphics from Pulseman for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. The Taiwanese version known as Zook Man ZX4 has been dumped.
Sonic 3 Fighter Sonic Sintax [55] [56] [57] [58]
Super Mario DX Sintax [59] [60] Known as Mario DX in the box art.

Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
Magic 7 Block Gamtec [61]
Shizen Mahjong Sachen
Sonic Shuffle Glorysun Russian language with Chinese credits. Possibly a hack of Clue by Sculptured Software.
X-Men vs Street Fighter X Boy [62] The SNES version has already been dumped but this is most likely the original version. The name on the title screen is mostly in Chinese rather than English unlike the SNES version.
Zhōng Guó Xiàng Qí (中國象棋)
aka Chinese Chess
Realtec/Dragons Team [63]

Super Famicom/SNES Edit

Name Company Year Links Notes
Campeonato Brasileiro 2 TEG (Twin EaglesGroup) [67]

Jikkyou World Soccer - Perfect Eleven (International Super Star Soccer) Hack.

  1. http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/korea/appendix-consoles2.htm

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