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Wile E. Coyote's Revenge is a sidescrolling platform game that was developed by Software Creations and planned to be released by Sunsoft for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. However, Sunsoft's American offices closed due to bankruptcy before this would come to fruition, and the game went unreleased. The original concept was created by Rene Boutin and Mark Dawson.

Description

The game was a sequel to Road Runner's Death Valley Rally. The player controls Wile E. Coyote. His goal is to catch the Road Runner. However, true to the cartoon, the Road Runner will speed away as soon as Wile E. gets remotely near him.

In 2007, the game's producer, Rene Boutin, gave Evan G. of SNES Central a basic overview of the game. According to him, Wile E. would have run around a level collecting parts for a contraption. In the next level, the coyote would have built the contraption and be able to use it. He described the overall concept as being "a kind of fervent fast racing type of gameplay with SOME elements of platformers."

A prototype ROM has been leaked. The first level is complete, though the game crashes after the player loses or completes it.

Levels

The first level, and the only playable one in the leaked prototype, is a desert area.[1][2][3][4][5][6] Levels appearing in Rene Boutin's later build include Arizona[7][8][9], Foot Hills[10][11][12][13][14][15][16], a highway[17][18][19][20], a mine[21][22][23], Peru[24][25], a parody of the Rocky Mountains[26][27], and a snow stage.[28][29]

References

  1. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=10
  2. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=11
  3. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=12
  4. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=13
  5. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=14
  6. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=15
  7. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=7
  8. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=8
  9. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=9
  10. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=16
  11. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=17
  12. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=18
  13. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=19
  14. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=20
  15. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=21
  16. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=22
  17. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=23
  18. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=24
  19. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=25
  20. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=26
  21. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=27
  22. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=28
  23. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=29
  24. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=30
  25. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=31
  26. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=32
  27. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=33
  28. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=34
  29. http://www.snescentral.com/screenshots.php?id=0850&num=35

External links

SNES Central article on the game

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