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The 3-D Battles of World Runner

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Title Screen

The 3-D Battles of World Runner

Also known as: Tobidase Daisakusen (FDS), 3-D World Runner (US box art), JJ: Tobidase Daisakusen Part II (Famicom)
Developer: Square
Publishers: DOG (JP), Acclaim Entertainment (US)
Platforms: NES, Famicom Disk System
Released in JP: March 12, 1987 (FDS), December 7, 1987 (Famicom)
Released in US: September 1987

ROMIcon.png ROM map
RAMIcon.png RAM map
NotesIcon.png Notes
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The 3-D Battles of World Runner
Mapper No. 2
Mapper Name UNROM
PRG-ROM Pages 8 x 16 KiB
CHR-ROM Pages 0 x 8 KiB
Mirroring Vertical
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No


Read about development information and materials for this game.
ROM map
Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
RAM map
Miscellaneous tidbits that are interesting enough to point out here.


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  • The Japanese version was released on the Famicom Disk System.
  • WorldRunner is called Jack in the Japanese version.
  • WorldRunner / Jack appeared as a secret character in Chocobo Racing for the PlayStation.

Known Dumps

  • 3-D Battles of World Runner, The (U) [!]
    • Size: 131072
    • CRC32: E6A477B2
    • SHA1: CE70E57475F4058AC5A05DFED92163D42F0B8B96
    • MD5: 29E5E1A5F8B400773EF9D959044456B2
  • Tobidase Daisakusen (J) [!]

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