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|title=<center>Fun House</center>
 
|title=<center>Fun House</center>
 
|image=Fun_House_Beta.png
 
|image=Fun_House_Beta.png
|imagecaption=Cover and back cover of the game.
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|imagecaption=Prototype cover of the game featuring screenshots from the prototype, as seen on a store display card at VidPro.
 
|status=<span style="color:green;">'''Found'''</span> (prototype)<br><span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''</span> (ROM/Repro)
 
|status=<span style="color:green;">'''Found'''</span> (prototype)<br><span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''</span> (ROM/Repro)
|datefound=Unknown
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|datefound=October 2012
 
|foundby=Nolan Brothers}}
 
|foundby=Nolan Brothers}}
''Fun House'' is a 1991 video game developed by Realtime Associates and published by Hi-Tech Expressions. It was based on the U.S. version of the game show of the same name. There was a '''prototype version''' of the game that would have been completely different from the released version. It would have been developed by Mind's Eye Technology and was originally going to be a platformer, but was changed to a top-down action game for unknown reasons.
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'''Fun House''' is a video game released in 1991 for the NES developed by ''Realtime Associates'' and published by ''Hi-Tech Expressions''. It was based on the U.S. version of the game show of the same name. Originally, the game was planned to be developed by ''Minds Eye Technologies'' and was going to be a platformer, but switched developers and was changed to a top-down action game for unknown reasons.
  
The prototype of the unreleased version was found by Nolan Brothers on NintendoAge.com, who also shared some screenshots of the game. However, a ROM has yet to be dumped anywhere. Little other info is available.
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The prototype has you playing as a contestant in The Fun House, you are given levels to choose from which vary from rock climbing, getting key in a short amount of time, paddling down a sewer, scuba diving and being a slippery shower.
  
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==Availability== 
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In October of 2012, a prototype of the unreleased version was found by Mark and Mack Nolan on NintendoAge forums, shared some screenshots of the game. However, a ROM has yet to be dumped anywhere. Little other info is available.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery mode=packed heights=175px>
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Funhouseproto.jpeg|The prototype’s title screen.
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Fhousetitl.jpeg|The released game’s title screen.
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Whyareyoureadingthefilename.jpeg|Level Selection Screen.
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</gallery>
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?StartRow=41&catid=5&threadid=86561 The forum thread which showed screenshots from the beta]
 
*[http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?StartRow=41&catid=5&threadid=86561 The forum thread which showed screenshots from the beta]
  
 
[[Category:Lost video games]]
 
[[Category:Lost video games]]

Revision as of 22:47, 21 January 2019

Fun House Beta.png

Prototype cover of the game featuring screenshots from the prototype, as seen on a store display card at VidPro.

Status: Found (prototype)
Lost (ROM/Repro)

Date found: October 2012

Found by: Nolan Brothers

Fun House is a video game released in 1991 for the NES developed by Realtime Associates and published by Hi-Tech Expressions. It was based on the U.S. version of the game show of the same name. Originally, the game was planned to be developed by Minds Eye Technologies and was going to be a platformer, but switched developers and was changed to a top-down action game for unknown reasons.

The prototype has you playing as a contestant in The Fun House, you are given levels to choose from which vary from rock climbing, getting key in a short amount of time, paddling down a sewer, scuba diving and being a slippery shower.

Availability

In October of 2012, a prototype of the unreleased version was found by Mark and Mack Nolan on NintendoAge forums, shared some screenshots of the game. However, a ROM has yet to be dumped anywhere. Little other info is available.

Gallery

External Links