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==History==
 
==History==
In 2010 Mcdonald's Japan in collaboration with Nintendo created ''eCrew Development Program'' for the Nintendo DS to train Mcdonald's employees, however the game received little media coverage and was also only given to Mcdonald's Japan employees, because of that the game was lost.
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In 2010, McDonald's Japan collaborated with Nintendo to create ''eCrew Development Program'', a Nintendo DS game to train new employees. The game received some media coverage, but it was only given to McDonald's Japan employees and required a password to play.
  
On November 18th, 2020, the game was found and dumped onto the Internet Archive by YouTuber Nick Robinson.
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In December 2018, a [https://web.archive.org/web/20190403173915/https://assemblergames.com/threads/mcdonalds-ecrew-development-program-ecdp-nintendo-ds.70300/ thread] was started on the AssemblerGames website by user Code1038, who had bought the game cartridge years earlier. Code1038 was stuck on a password entry page and could not progress past that point.
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On November 18th, 2020, YouTuber Nick Robinson shared a video (below), where he revealed that he had found the game and dumped it onto the Internet Archive.
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==

Revision as of 03:11, 23 November 2020

Ecdp.jpg

The game's title screen.

Status: Found

Date found: 18 Nov 2020

Found by: Nick Robinson

McDonald's eCrew Development Program is a game used by Japanese McDonald's to train their employees.

History

In 2010, McDonald's Japan collaborated with Nintendo to create eCrew Development Program, a Nintendo DS game to train new employees. The game received some media coverage, but it was only given to McDonald's Japan employees and required a password to play.

In December 2018, a thread was started on the AssemblerGames website by user Code1038, who had bought the game cartridge years earlier. Code1038 was stuck on a password entry page and could not progress past that point.

On November 18th, 2020, YouTuber Nick Robinson shared a video (below), where he revealed that he had found the game and dumped it onto the Internet Archive.

Gallery

Video on the ten year long search for the game.
Full game playthrough.

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