Hellraiser [NES – Unreleased]

Hellraiser [NES – Unreleased]

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5 thoughts on “Hellraiser [NES – Unreleased]

  1. Gary O.

    this game utilized that mystery port on the bottom of the nes for a graphical upgrade. supposedly this would have caused the chipset in the cart to retail for 100 dollars+ – this is why the game was cancelled.

  2. Robert Roehm

    No ROM, just a hardware utility was built, and since they have been firewalled by Nintendo for major retail, they simply abandoned this and wen with what works – Christian bookstores, whose games did not need all the fancy graphic processors.

    So basically they developed a Sega Master System piggyback processor, which used a Z80, for all the tricks Color Dreams wanted to do. SNES was killing the market for unlicensed NES lifesupport, so it went unused.

    It would be awesome to see the whole specs of this “SNES Co-Pilot” system built for this game which sounds like it was essentially an Altered Beast/Gauntlet clone.

  3. Ross Sillifant

    Super Cartridge was supposed to have 256K ROM, replaced the NES character graphics with pixel – mapped graphics, offered better speech by compressing data into a 32Khz sampling rate.

    The other planned game for it was Stormlord (Hewson), with more Amiga conversions expected.

    Games using it expected to come in at $60-$75

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