New Screenshots: Hoppin’ Mad

Posted on October 3rd, 2008 by Frank Cifaldi

Courtesy of the latest issue of Nintendo Age’s PDF-format magazine comes these brand new, emulator-fresh screenshots of the NES Hoppin’ Mad prototype we reported on previously. These shots come from an article written by Mark Nolan, who currently owns the prototype.

There has been no final word yet on the game’s public availability, but Nolan states more than once in his op-ed that he intends to let the community play the game, one way or another. He is currently looking for someone to possibly patch up the third, incomplete level and create a reasonable facsimile of what the final game might have been.

Screens are below.


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