Based on the animated film with the same name, Titan AE for the playstation and PC was in development in 1999 by Blitz Games, but it was never released. Only a 1-level demo was somehow leaked online, but thanks to John Doom we can now play some more beta levels that were still hidden in there!
- Tau14 (the original demo level)
- Vigo 1st Prime
- Drej Ship
- Derelic ship
To activate these lost levels, you can download John Doom’s patch. Check the video description for more info.
Q:What is “A.E.FULLGAME_v1.ppf” ?
A:It’s a specific patch file for the psx demo disc “Titan A.E. Demo [U] [SLUS-90082]”
Q:So how can I patch the demo?
A:You need the program “PPF-O-MATIC” and a BIN image of “Titan A.E. Demo [U] [SLUS-90082]”. You guessed it! (I hope…): select the demo image in “ISO File” and “A.E.FULLGAME_v1.ppf” in “Patch”. Ok, now press on Apply and… GG! the demo is patched and now you can play 5 levels!
What do you think about this unseen game? Give your vote!
Would you like to add more info, screens or videos to this page? Add a comment below!
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This has nothing to do with the actual restoration of the game, but Titan AE wasn’t a Disney movie. I think it was Fox Animation Studios that did this one. I am pretty sure there are actually discs that were released (possibly from E3 or PSX Magazine) of the demo, because I remember reading from Gamepro an article about a bunch of rare collector demos like NBA 2ball. I thought I saw Titan AE on the list as well. I can look for the issue later.
I was about to submit the same comment: it is not a Disney movie. :)
However great news, I love these restorations. ^^
Ops, i dont know why i wrote the Disney part.. i will remove it ;)
ForWhomTheBellTolls ur right: the demo was firstly released on disc and then lacked online xd. however maybe some developer holds a completer beta of the game (who knows?). Someone adviced me to find the developers and i know that Unseen64 shall help us to find them, no doubts.
:) Don’t worry monokoma.
ForWhomTheBellTolls why did you say that my patch “has nothing to do with the actual restoration of the game” ? o.o
Yep, the game is based on a FOX cartoon movie and the demo was released on disc.
I have one of the demo discs still sealed here.
Don’t know if this is useful, but Fiber over at the ASSEMblergames forums (http://assemblergames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14588&page=2) found a Gameshark code that opens up what seems to be the original game menu.
However, the code quoted on the forum freezes up the game and the following code is the correct one: 800291E0 9FC9.
At least three of the levels load (Titan 1 and 3, and Bangkok 2) and are playable, but you can only explore these areas. There is also a debug sky with the Fox Interactive and Blitz logos visible.
Thanks for the info Triifid! :)
Could this Unseen64 page be merged with the original Titan A.E. page?
I have put together a guide to the original demo, the patched game and the debug menu:
Wow, great work Edward! I cant really merge the 2 posts, but we could update the old Titan A.E. page with the info about the patch and link it to this post :)
yesterday i found out that the link to my patch isn’t working. so i updated the link from altervista to megaupload on my blog (not on youtube because i can’t get a google account for now. sry).
hope this didn’t make problem to you, altrough i know that monokoma already made a new download link (grazie, mono: mi hai salvato la pelle xd)
No problem! :)
A new code has been developed by Hacc at the ASSEMblergames site, rendering 3 flying levels playable and allowing all but two or three levels to be played:
That’s really nice :)
I really wish they would have made this game! I would have played the eff out of this game! I loved the movie. But since the game has been restored, is it on a CD ROM for me to play? Because I want it now.