List of Mario vs. Donkey Kong pre-release and unused content

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This is a list of pre-release and unused content for the game Mario vs. Donkey Kong.

Hidden e-Reader Levels[edit]

Through hacking, the game reveals 13 e-Reader level entries in the North American version, 14 in the Japanese version, built-in. The game was created by Nintendo Software Technology Corporation, the American division. The levels in the North American release are prototypes of the ones found in the Japanese release which came out weeks later. The two versions' levels are in different orders and all the Japanese levels have been edited to varying degrees. Two entries were removed while three new ones were added.

North American release levels:

Mario vs donkey kong e-Reader Mode.png
e-Reader mode is normally hidden at the file select screen.
Hidden e-Reader level
Level Select Screen
Hidden e-Reader level
01: "Revenge"
Hidden e-Reader level
02: "The Long Way"
Hidden e-Reader level
03: "One Shot Blue"
Hidden e-Reader level
04: "Egg Attack"
Hidden e-Reader level
05: "Later Gator"
Hidden e-Reader level
06: "Hot Feet"
Hidden e-Reader level
07: "Boo in a Box"
Hidden e-Reader level
08: "The Thwamplet"
Hidden e-Reader level
09: "A Tricky Candle"
Hidden e-Reader level
10: "Key to the Key"
Hidden e-Reader level
11: "Danger Flowers"
Hidden e-Reader level
12: "Climb and Fall"
Hidden e-Reader level
13: "DUMMY2"

Level Editor[edit]

Before Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, there were plans to have a level editor, but were scrapped. The code remains in the game and can be accessed by cheating. Some elements are broken and saving is not possible.

  • +Control Pad - Move cursor (looks like the current object)
  • Select Button - Switch between different object types
  • L Button / R Button - Scroll through the objects
  • A Button - Place an object
  • B Button - Remove an object
  • Start Button - Play level

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