Aftershock (May 3, 1995 prototype)

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Aftershock (May 3, 1995 prototype)
Build date May 3, 1995 15:04:20
Build name E3
Dump status Released, redump needed
Released by Hidden Palace
File release date April 17, 2021
Origin CD-R
Lot Project Deluge
Labels Aftershock 4-05-95 E3 Version
Dump method PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716UF 1.11 03/23/07 15:10 (CloneCD)
Game Aftershock
System PlayStation
Genre Shooter
Final build JP Unreleased
EU Unreleased
US Unreleased
Release date JP Unreleased
EU Unreleased
US Unreleased
Release date Unreleased
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A prototype of Aftershock for the PlayStation.

Notes

  • Does not work on emulators, but works on hardware. This is due to license.dat being missing from the disc. A repackaged version is also included that will work in emulators as well.
  • There is an instructions screen for controls at the start.
  • The player controls a flying vehicle in a 3D environment.
  • Level select is available
  • There is no sound (in-game, at least)
  • Very few mentions of this game in print material
  • Miscellaneous Notes:
    • Game is emulatable: No (as of April 17, 2021).
    • Game contains dongle protection: No.
    • Game contains debugging symbols: N/A
    • Dump was originally scrambled: No

Screenshots

Origin

Files

File Type Date Size SHA-1
PSX - Aftershock 4-05-95 E3 Version.img File 2020-12-12 04:19:44 5.55 MB cac60242c60c7d58b9a575c9f7997ee6a230cc74
PSX - Aftershock 4-05-95 E3 Version.cue File 2020-12-12 04:19:38 99 bytes 11ab75e511c3f465af3659c116bff156db3051a1
PSX - Aftershock 4-05-95 E3 Version.ccd File 2020-12-12 04:19:38 1.1 KB 3919ef6fc4c70c3a3b059fb92070f085848d2df7
PSX - Aftershock 4-05-95 E3 Version.sub File 2020-12-12 04:19:46 231.9 KB 46cf0fe0615b5e062398b0248502a7a62b3f675f
PSX - Aftershock 4-05-95 E3 Version.jpeg File 2021-03-14 12:13:46 944.6 KB b8a9c6beebc1b6ab5f22d7091e1ebf6461d8b4db

Acknowledgments

A huge thanks to Zoda-Y13 for doing the initial research on this prototype!

See also