Difference between revisions of "Monster Party"

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==North America==
 
==North America==
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===Memory Addresses===
 
===Memory Addresses===
 
 
  0054 - Dragon countdown
 
  0054 - Dragon countdown
 
  005E - Dragon flag
 
  005E - Dragon flag
 
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[[Category: Games]]
 
[[Category: Games]]

Revision as of 16:10, 21 April 2016

Monster Party is a rather strange platform beat-em-up where you play a young boy named Mark who is brought to a world of monsters by a griffin named Bert. You cover several areas beating the crap out of monsters with a baseball bat and entering rooms to fight bosses. Monster Party is also one of the few NES games that has massive amounts of blood and gore. A Japanese version was developed and a prototype is available, and the ROM was released on July 4, 2014.

Easy Cheats

Icon Addr Val Cmp Description
Icon-HitPoints-Infinite.png 009E 2C - Infinite Hit Points
Icon-Invincible.png 0384 01 - Invulnerable
Icon-Item.png 0058 00 - - Icon-Strength.png 0366 00 - 1-Hit Boss Kills
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North America

Monster Party.png

Japan

Parody World Monster Party.png

Memory Addresses

0054 - Dragon countdown
005E - Dragon flag
009E - Hit points (00-2C)