Dinosaur King
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Dinosaur King

Here is a list of all the cut content from the Arcade Game that can be found in the internal game data.

Status: in progress

Dinosaur King: Operation: Dinosaur Rescue[]

Audio[]

Dinosaurs roars[]

Here are some unused Dinosaurs roars.

Audio File name in game data Description
v_dino005.str
v_dino006.str
v_dino008.str
v_dino011.str
v_dino012.str
v_dino016.str
v_dino017.str
v_dino018.str
v_dino020.str
v_dino022.str
v_dino026.str
v_dino027.str
v_dino028.str
v_dino029.str
v_dino030.str
v_dino032.str
v_dino036.str
v_dino037.str
v_dino038.str
v_dino040.str
v_dino041.str
v_dino042.str
new_v01.str
new_v02.str
new_v05.str
new_v06.str
new_v07.str
new_v08.str
new_v05.str
new_v11.str
new_v12.str
new_v15.str
new_v16.str
new_v19.str
new_v23.str
new_v27.str
new_v28.str
new_v31.str
new_v33.str
new_v39.str
new_v41.str
voice43a.str
voice44a.str
voice45a.str

Textures[]

Image File name in game data Description
T-rex beta textures
T-rex beta textures2
T-rex beta textures3
t_rex_a.pvr Unused head textures of Tyrannosaurus.

Dinosaur King: D-Team VS. The Alpha Fortress[]

Models[]

The models below are not attached to an ID in the programming of the latest English version of the arcade game and wouldn't respond to a card's barcode to make them legitimately playable. Many belong to dinosaurs introduced in later, Japanese-only versions. The roar clips of these Dinosaurs are presents too on the arcade game data, except the one of Tupuxuara.

Name File name in game data Image Description
Abelisaurus 134a.nj
Abeli AF
Afrovenator 139h.nj
Afro AF
Albertaceratops 136d.nj
Alberta AF
Super Alpha Iguanodon 144g.nj
Alpha Igua AF
Super Alpha Rajasaurus 143a.nj
Alpha Raja AF
Super Alpha Suchomimus 145b.nj
Alpha Sucho AF
Apatosaurus 132c.nj
Apato AF
Saltasaurus (?) 135c.nj
NotexturesSalta AF
A Saltasaurus model with blue textures, it was probably intended to serve as the basis for Tambaryu's model.
Brachylophosaurus 127g.nj
Brachylo AF
Diceratops 123d.nj
Dicera AF
Edmontosaurus 138g.nj
Edmonto AF
Mapusaurus 113a.nj
Mapu AF
Megalosaurus 131a.nj
Megalo AF
Megaraptor 087i.nj
Megra AF
Megaraptor model who appeared on the original Japanese version of the third arcade game.
Minmi 146e.nj
Minmi AF
Muraenosaurus 148n.nj
Murae AF
Titanosaurus 116c.nj
Titano AF
Tuojiangosaurus 120f.nj
Tuoji AF
Tupuxuara 147j.nj
Tupu AF
Apatosaurus plush s2no27.nj
Apato plush
Plush that was probably meant to be used when using Dino Stuffer on Apatosaurus.

Animations[]

Animation File name in game data Note
Final Thunder English
Crimson Flame English
d_ex_040_1.njm and a_ex_038_1.njm Unused animations of Final Thunder/Inazuma Phalanx, Crimson Flame, and by extension Neptune Stream and Air Raid Storm are present on the programming of the English arcade game (Final Thunder's seems to be part of an extended sequence than transitions into Lightning's tie hit and tie defeat animations). The presence of Minmi, Tupuxuara, and Muraenosaurus models could also suggest that Dino Force was intended for the English arcade game.

Sprites[]

Image File name in game data Note
Title lout
Title rout
title_lout.pvr and title_rout.pvr Unused English main screen
Antrodemus
Life bar of Antrodemus, a American Allosauridae scrapped from the arcade game. This Life bar appeared too in the programming of the lastest Japanese version of the arcade game. He should have had the Fire attribute.
Benjamin
Life bar of Benjamin, a cartoonish Irritator from the Dinosaur King mangas but scrapped from the arcade game (unlike the same era's Mini-King, who was included). There are two unused Japanese voice clips of Max Taylor and Dr. Z who say "Benjamin" in the arcade game data. This Life bar appeared too in the programming of the lastest Japanese version of the arcade game. He should have had the Water attribute.
Tambaryu
Life bar of Tambaryu, a Japanese sauropod scrapped from the arcade game; since renamed Tambatitanis. This Life bar appeared too in the programming of the lastest Japanese version of the arcade game. He should have had the Water attribute.

Dinosaur King: Awaken! New Power!![]

Models[]

Spectral emblem Dinosaur models[]

Along with the Space Pirate main dinosaurs, some regular dinosaurs appear to have Spectral Armor attachment emblems like in the anime, though not all species match. Unlike the unused Dinosaur models from the last English version of the arcade game, these are attached to an in-game ID (and this ID is also attached to stats, name, Attribute, Type, and animations of the Dinosaur) but don't have barcodes to make them legitimately playable. In battle, their HP bar graphic contains the word "Dummy" in parentheses after their Dinosaur name, and they have the Fire Attribute and can use most of the Fire Move Cards.

Name File name in game data Image Description
Alioramus 194a.nj
SSP Alio
Not in the anime.
Ankylosaurus 201e.nj
SSP Anky
In the anime, its Spectral Armor would be anchored to its back armor above its shoulders instead of actually on its shoulders.
Amargasaurus 210c.nj
SSP Amar
Only in the manga.
Brachyceratops 196d.nj
SSP Brachy
Not in the anime.
Carcharodontosaurus 209a.nj
SSP Carch
Appears in the anime.
Ceratosaurus 208i.nj
SSP Cera
Not in the anime.
Diceratops 205d.nj
SSP Dice
In the anime, its Spectral Armor would be anchored to its snouth between its eyes and nose, not up on its forehead.
Dicraeosaurus 204c.nj
SSP Dicrae
Not in the anime.
Edmontonia 206e.nj
SSP Edmon
In the anime, its Spectral Armor would be anchored to its back armor above its shoulders instead of actually on its shoulders.
Giganotosaurus 200a.nj
SSP Giga
Not in the anime.
Iguanodon 203g.nj
SSP Igua
Only in the TCG, where its Spectral Armor would be anchored up near its back and spine instead of down at its shoulders.
Monolophosaurus 199i.nj
SSP Monol
Not in the anime.
Neovenator 202i.nj
SSP Neov
Not in the anime.
Opisthocoelicaudia 195c.nj
SSP Opis
Not in the anime.
Pachyrhinosaurus 211d.nj
SSP Pachy
In the anime, its Spectral Armor would be anchored to its forehead just above its eyes instead of higher up on its frill.
Sauropelta 197e.nj
SSP Sauro
Not in the anime.
Shantungosaurus 207g.nj
SSP Shan
Appears in the anime.
Tsintaosaurus 198g.nj
SSP Tsinta
Not in the anime.

Trivia[]

  • While the arcade game contains an unused HP bar graphic with the name "Tambaryu", it is not to be confused with the DS game containing unused text for the name "Tobaryu". Both are informal names of sauropods found in Japan, newly discovered around the time of the franchise near the cities of Tamba and Toba respectively, with "Tambaryu" (known from a tail) since being officially named Tambatitanis and likely being a euhelopodid (which are either advanced titanosaur relatives or primitive mamenchisaurid relatives), while sparse information is available on "Tobaryu" (known from legs), likely also a titanosaur relative.
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