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The Mask ROM

The Mask rom

The Mask ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

About

The Mask is a 1995 side-scrolling action video game created by American studio Black Pearl Software for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System which is based on the film of the same name. The film, in turn, was loosely based on the Dark Horse comic book series of the same name.

Additional Information

Dorian Tyrell and his gang of rogues are secretly planning to take over Edge City, a small and prosperous city where the nightlife revolves around the wealthy patrons who attend the nightclub that Dorian owns and operates for the benefit of himself and his henchmen. Stanley Ipkiss, a mild mannered bank clerk who is unlucky and bullied transforms into the namesake character after discovering a green Loki mask. The Mask and Stanley must stop Dorian Tyrell and his plan, and save Tina Carlyle the woman that they both love.

The player has to navigate through Ipkiss’ apartment, a high-rent district, outside and inside the bank, the local park, inside the local prison (complete with enemies wearing stereotypical striped prison uniforms), and finally through a ritzy nightclub to fight his evil nemesis, Dorian (who is also wearing the mask). All the major bosses in the game resemble characters from the film like Mrs. Peenman, the angry landlady, along with careless repairmen Irv and Burt Ripley, who repaired Ipkiss’ vehicle.

If the player runs out of health, then he returns to being Ipkiss, wearing his pajamas. Many of The Mask’s moves featured in the game were based on scenes in the movie, such as the mallet (in which he uses to smash the alarm clock from the first movie), the tornado, the massive guns he pulls from his pocket during the final confrontation during the first movie, and the huge “living” horn.

It also features other moves, such as a sneaking move which makes The Mask invisible (his enemies do not see him), a dash move (as well as a “superdash” move where he runs at supersonic speed), and his primary attack which is a basic punch move with cartoon boxing gloves. Many of those special moves (the mallet, guns, horn, etc.) use The Mask’s “Morph” power, which are replenished by power-ups. If his morph meter runs out it slowly replenishes to a smaller amount than that he started out with, much like the ammo replenishes for the main gun in Earthworm Jim.

File Name

The Mask

Cart Size

1.25MB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Developer

Black Pearl Software

Genre

Platformer

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

October 26, 1995

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List of Game Genie Codes for The Mask

  1. Infinite Mask Power
    C282-1F0D
  2. Start With 100 Mask Energy
    DF6E-44AD
  3. Start With 300 Mask Energy
    D76E-44AD
  4. Start With 900 Mask Energy
    DB6E-44AD
  5. Mallet Doesn’t Use Any Power
    8EBF-3DD4
  6. Green Hearts Worth 10
    FDC6-3707
  7. Green Hearts Worth 30
    7DC6-3707
  8. Green Hearts Worth 100
    CDC6-3707
  9. Green Hearts Worth 0
    C2CC-3F07
  10. Start With 1 Life
    CB63-446D
    DD63-44AD
    DD63-47DD
  11. Start With 5 Lives
    CB63-446D
    D963-44AD
    DD63-47DD
  12. Start With 9 Lives
    CB63-446D
    DB63-44AD
    DD63-47DD
  13. Infinite Lives
    C961-146F
  14. Flash Longer
    EE88-140D
  15. Don’t Flash At All
    DD88-140D
  16. Get Hit And You’re Invincible
    82C0-476F
  17. “M”s Worth 0
    C9C4-3467
  18. “M”s Worth 10
    FDCF-37A7
  19. “M”s Worth 30
    7DCF-37A7
  20. “M”s Worth 100
    CDCF-37A7