The biggest change is seen in the graphics between levels. $20.00. Very little is known about the game’s background. The hero carries a Bible in Sunday Funday, but not in Menace Beach. It's pretty uncommon to come across a relatively well-known game that actually shipped to retail yet remains undumped 20-plus years into the age of emulation. There is no trivia on file for this game. Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! You can download the ROM via Lost Levels, if you want. Tea (39235) added Miss. Frankly, I didn't have the patience to slog through the final third of the game — shockingly, it is not really all that well-designed, or fun! Join the community with gamers and streamers! Like all Color Dreams games, Menace Beach was not officially licensed by Nintendo. There is no trivia on file for this game. [1] Reproductions of the game have been known to exist, but they’re also very limited. Although Hacker laid the Princess upon our eyes in the label, the game itself doesn't feature her. Something to look forward to for next year's Summer Games Done Quick, maybe. Ms. This article has been tagged as NSFW due to its pornographic subject matter. "Miss Peach World 1: Super L.A. Cop" -- In-game title "ミスピーチワールド" -- Japanese spelling [add alternate title] User Reviews. Some of the graphics and level backgrounds were changed as well. There are no critic reviews for this game. label, your appetite is whetted for the ultimate in unlicensed, unabashed ultra-porno (While we don't intend to make a practice of promoting ROM distribution on Retronauts, this is one of those edge cases: An unlicensed game by a defunct company... and by many accounts Hacker International took liberties with the game — such as the pervasive nudity — that Color Dreams hadn't sanctioned, making it doubly unauthorized and doubly unlikely to see any kind of "legitimate" reissue ever again.). Little of the gameplay is changed from Menace Beach. This game, in fact, is another incarnation of an extremely popular game among NES freaks, one so well known that it is, indeed, one of the true classics of our console. Miss Peach. We're also given some Japanese dialogue written out in alphabet for some reason ('What's taking you so long? Please enable JavaScript to pass antispam protection!Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser http://www.enable-javascript.com.Antispam by CleanTalk. Someone else recently found themselves equally surprised at the internet's lack of access to Miss Peach World and decided to create a public dump of the game, which they (fittingly) announced in the Lost Levels forums earlier this week. So, now the internet's game dudes can produce their own high-definition game capture of Miss Peach World; until now, the only HD material for this game online has been what I captured for the video. The game cartridge included two features other than the game itself — an arcade-style puzzle game titled Fish Fall, a rendition of an unreleased Color Dreams game called Free Fall which was interspersed with Bible verses, and a sing-along of "The Ride", a song by Christian pop band 4Him. In the game, the hero must use his skateboard and any objects he finds, such as balloons, grapefruits and newspapers, to defeat bullies, clowns and businessmen who are attempting to impede his path to Sunday school. The Japanese company published it under the name Miss Peach World: Super L.A. Cop for Famicom back in 1991. Retronauts Episode 336: Back to the Future Part II, Retronauts Episode 335: Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Retronauts Episode 333: Tron & Spy Hunter with George Gomez. There are no critic reviews for this game. However, I quickly found my plans to make Miss Peach World the linchpin of the video thwarted by logistics: The game itself sells (when you can actually find it) for hundreds of dollars, even incomplete, and, even more surprisingly, the ROM had never been dumped and released onto the internet. Hurry up and get over here!'). There are no game credits on file for this release of the game. Discover and follow Miss Peach World channels streaming live on DLive. A few months ago, I sat down to produce an NES Works Gaiden video about a "controversial" NES game by patron request. flying into my arms on the label? Well, not really. It was also re-released as part of the Maxivision 15-in-1 multicart. Terms of Use. Instead of cutscenes of a girl tied up (or a church lady, as it was in Sunday Funday) the player is presented with the pictures of nude woman/women. Hurry up and get over here!'). Miss Peach was to be remembered as a local hero — an accolade she came to accept in due course because it meant that she could finally quit her job and fulfill her dream of writing a memoir. The only changes in this game are graphic ones. Lost Level forum thread with the link of ROM. This would be among the last of Hacker's games before they gave up trying There are several Japanese gameplay videos, including one from the popular Nico show Siteqube. Not only did it ship from Color Dreams and in a revamped, church-boy-friendly form (as Sunday Funday) once Color Dreams rebranded as Wisdom Tree, it also served as the link between Color Dreams and Hacker International. There are no NES user screenshots for this game. to beat Nintendo at their own game. Quick view Choose Options. Supposedly, it was originally in development as Mr. Assy but later changed to the current title. possible expectations for lameness and quality of porno. MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2020 Privacy Policy. And isn't that - oh mah God - the Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom Watch Miss Peach World streams on DLive. Menace Beach was later redesigned with a Christian theme and released by Color Dreams' Wisdom Tree label as Sunday Funday in 1995, the last game released for the NES in North America. The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 280 platforms from 1950 to date! — so hopefully someone can document the latter portions of the game with better quality than the fuzzy direct feed that currently exists out there. From the moment you open up the box and feast your eyes on the cartridge $16.00. The Japanese company published it under the name Miss Peach World: Super L.A. Cop for Famicom back in 1991. Mission control for @retronauts; former EIC of http://1UP.com  and http://USgamer.net ; taking dapper (and frogs) back from the Nazis. Released around late 1991, it exceeds all The music is also different during the gameplay. What the game's ending reveals will have to remain a mystery for now. The music is also changed, lifted from the game Av Dragon Mahjong. Not only did it ship from Color Dreams and in a revamped, church-boy-friendly form (as Sunday Funday) once Color Dreams rebranded as Wisdom Tree, it also served as the link between Color Dreams and Hacker International. "...why are we shooting potatoes instead of real grenades?". ...why are we shooting potatoes instead of real grenades. Menace Beach is a video game that was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System by Color Dreams in 1990. High-end production, here. There are currently no topics for this game. I had been passingly familiar with Miss Peach World simply because it shows up in the premium/rare goods showcases at a number of Tokyo retrogame shops, and its cover — which directly parodies the Japanese box for Super Mario Bros. 3 — makes quite an impression. Miss Peach World synopsis, information, release dates, screenshots, video and user submitted ratings and reviews. Thankfully, Steve Lin of the Video Game History Foundation happened to have picked up a complete copy of Miss Peach World on a recent trip to Japan and lent the game for the purposes of a Retronauts retrospective: ...and, it turns out, the game wasn't too difficult to dump, given its basis in a known Color Dreams release. Quick view Choose Options. https://lostmediawiki.com/index.php?title=Miss_Peach_World_(found_bootleg_Famicom_game;_1991)&oldid=114281. My intention had been to put together a synopsis of the works of a publisher like Color Dreams or Hacker International: Companies that worked outside the bounds of Nintendo's licensing program, and also tended to work "blue.". Everything in MobyGames is contributable by users. The game was released by Hacker International. I got introduced to this game by a Japanese dude, and I then recognized it as Menace Beach and showed him the above page from this site. An introduction screen shows a shackled Bunny pleading for the player's help. The game was somewhat infamous because in-between levels the girlfriend's clothes "rot" away, by when the first level is completed, parts of her clothes rot away until the girl is in nothing else but in her bra and panties.