Zombies Ate My Neighbors / Monsters [SNES / Genesis – Beta]

Zombies Ate My Neighbors / Monsters [SNES / Genesis – Beta]

“Zombies Ate My Neighbors” is a 1993 run and gun ‘horror’ video game for the Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis and Super NES platforms. This video game was originally developed, distributed and produced by LucasArts as a comical tribute to both classic and schlocky horror films of the 1950s through the 1980s.  [Infos from Wikipedia]

It seems that a beta version (titled Monsters) was leaked somehow online and through a password (BCDF) you are able to play a  bonus level that was later removed from the final game (the BCDF bonus level in the released game is different from this one). Thanks to a video from WillowAlchemist Youtube Channel we can see this beta area. Another beta level (he Son of Dr Tongue Bonus Level) was found by Superfun64: it has no monsters, is smaller, and has different music.

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7 thoughts on “Zombies Ate My Neighbors / Monsters [SNES / Genesis – Beta]

  1. superfun64

    Yeah I’m pretty sure the son of Dr tongue level is different as well. No giant baby, is smaller and unused music. It’s been years since I checked though. I wish this site would let me contribute. I had the first Beta vid of this game up on Youtube I think.

  2. ALex

    Hi,
    im searching a download link for an other Zombies ate my neighbours version “u zamn”, i hav found a download but it doesn’t works -.-
    If anyone found this version and it works, please send me the link to this E-Mail: [email protected]

  3. Lord PichuPal

    Huh, so that’s why I never knew where that song came from when I heard it used in the rom hack sequel “Oh No! More Zombies Ate My Neighbors!” along with the bananas. I wonder why they didn’t include that song in the final game? It sounds pretty cool and fitting. Plus that’s definitely one small and unfinished bonus level.

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