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The European version uses the same text table during game play as the North American version.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:22, 7 March 2010

Bad Dudes is a platform beat-em-up based off the arcade game. You control a Blade or Striker, two incredibly bad dudes who must rescue the president from the dragon ninja. You fight your way through seven stages, beating up several different enemy ninjas. At the end of each stage there is a big boss to fight.

North America

Bad Dudes.png

The North American release is nearly identical to the Japanese release except for the text and some of the programming.

Memory Addresses

0204 - Time
0205 - P1 Score x65536
0206 - P1 Score x256
0207 - P1 Score x1
02A2 - Weapon
	00  - Fists
	01  - Nunchucks
	02  - Knife
	03  - Hold knife, but attack with nunchucks
	04+ - Same as 3, but you always duck when you attack
02AB - Hit Points
02BE - P1 Lives
032F - Enemy 1 Hit Points (Usually bosses)
0344 - Enemy 2 Hit Points
0359 - Enemy 3 Hit Points
036E - Enemy 4 Hit Points
0383 - Enemy 5 Hit Points


Text

Bad Dudes has a pretty straight forward text table. The only real text is the intro and the ending. Space changes in different sections. The introduction uses 2C, the game over message uses 00, and the credits section uses D0. FF is used for the end of a line.

0C6D7 - Introduction
0CA6A - Player
0CCEE - Game Over
0CDAB - End / Continue
0D2FD - Credits

00= 
01=1
02=2
03=3
04=4
05=5
06=6
07=7
08=8
09=9
0A=0
0B=A
0C=B
0D=C
0E=D
0F=E
10=F
11=G
12=H
13=I
14=J
15=K
16=L
17=M
18=N
19=O
1A=P
1B=Q
1C=R
1D=S
1E=T
1F=U
20=V
21=W
22=X
23=Y
24=Z
27=?
28=!
29=.
2A=,
2B='
2C= 
2D=-
D0= 
FF= 

Japan

Dragon Ninja.png

In Japan, the game is called "Dragon Ninja". A good portion of the game is the same, but some of the memory addresses are different. Oddly, this version of the game does not have credits.

Memory Addresses

0204 - Time
0205 - P1 Score x65536
0206 - P1 Score x256
0207 - P1 Score x1
0292 - Weapon
	00  - Fists
	01  - Nunchucks
	02  - Knife
	03  - Hold knife, but attack with nunchucks
	04+ - Same as 3, but you always duck when you attack
029B - Hit Points
02AE - Lives P1
031F - Enemy 1 Hit Points (Usually bosses)
0334 - Enemy 2 Hit Points
0349 - Enemy 3 Hit Points
035E - Enemy 4 Hit Points
0373 - Enemy 5 Hit Points


Europe

Bad Dudes Vs Dragon Ninja.png

In Europe the game is called "Bad Dudes Vs. Double Dragon". It is mostly the same game throughout, and the memory seems the same as the North American version.

Memory Addresses

0204 - Time
0205 - P1 Score x65536
0206 - P1 Score x256
0207 - P1 Score x1
02A2 - Weapon
	00  - Fists
	01  - Nunchucks
	02  - Knife
	03  - Hold knife, but attack with nunchucks
	04+ - Same as 3, but you always duck when you attack
02AB - Hit Points
02BE - P1 Lives
0328 - Elevator Y
032F - Enemy 1 Hit Points (Usually bosses)
0344 - Enemy 2 Hit Points
0359 - Enemy 3 Hit Points
036E - Enemy 4 Hit Points
0383 - Enemy 5 Hit Points

Text

The European version uses the same text table during game play as the North American version.