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Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Quest

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Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Quest
Publisher: Sunsoft
Developer:
System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Sound driver: Sound Images v1.5
Genre: Action































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
US
$49.99[1] T-15106



Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Quest is a 1993 game by Software Creations, and published by Sunsoft for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in the US. It ties into Disney's Beauty and the Beast film.

Unusually Sunsoft simultaneously released two Beauty and the Beast games, this one was aimed at girls, whilst Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast was targeted towards boys.

Gameplay

You play as Belle. A ducks, B jumps, and C performs a special move.

Production credits

  • © 1993, Sunsoft of America
  • © 1993, The Walt Disney Company
  • Title: "Beauty and The Beast"
    • Music & Lyrics: Alan Menken/Howard Ashman
    • ©1991 WDMC/WOND
    • All rights reserved. Used by permission.
  • Title: "Be Our Guest"
    • Music & Lyrics: Alan Menken/Howard Ashman
    • ©1991 WDMC/WOND
    • All rights reserved. Used by permission.
  • Title: "Belle"
    • Music & Lyrics: Alan Menken/Howard Ashman
    • ©1991 WDMC/WOND
    • All rights reserved. Used by permission.

  • Inspired by: Rita Zimmerer
  • Concept by: David Siller
  • Produced by: Brian Ullrich
  • Directed by: Rene Boutin
  • Associate Producer: David Siller
  • Designed by: Brian Ullrich, John Pickford, Dave McLachlan, Rene Boutin, David Siller
  • Additional Design by: Dean Lester, Patrick Gilmore
  • Programmed by: Peter Andrew
  • Main Artists: Dave Mclachlan, Steve Millership
  • Additional Artist: Lyndon Brooke, James Clarke, Paul Greenall, Denise Heywood, Martin Holland, Steve Thomas, Andy Wilson, Rene Boutin
  • Music Composition by: Tony Williams
  • Executive Producers Richard Kay, Michael Webb
  • Executive Commitee: Mr. Maeda, Mr. Shimamoto, Mr. Yoshida
  • Thanks to: Mr. Kawai, Mr. Goto, Mr. Okumura, Mr. Takeuchi
  • Technical Service: Al Artus
  • Customer Service: Jamie Jorgensen, Julie Williams, Kaz Harman, Erin Berry, June Eckert
  • Game Manuals by: Alison Quirion
  • Marketing and Advertising by: Karen Shadley
  • Game Testers: Sam Patel, Darin Horgan, Steve Rizor, Mario Zavala, David Luszcz, Justin Siller, Dan MacArthur, Malcolm Daglish, Chun Wah Kong
  • Special Thanks to: Nanette Hyssong, Sherry Ross, Mark Luszcz, Toko Okano, Karen Lillie, Connie Perez, Geoff Gillis, Kenji Yoshioka, Tom Juarez
  • Very Special Thanks to: Shelley Miles, Cathy Fortier, Susan Fuller
  • Developed by: Software Creations
Source: In-game credits


Promotional material

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SegaVisions US 15.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Sega Visions (US) #15: "October/November 1993" (1993-xx-xx)
also published in:
  • Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #52: "November 1993" (1993-xx-xx)[2]

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
68 №54, p50[1]
20 №19, p45
78 №26
34 №17, p70/71[3]
48 №54, p44/45
Sega Mega Drive
50
Based on
5 reviews

Mega Drive, US
BellesQuest MD US Box.jpg
Cover
BellesQuest MD US Cart.jpg
Cart

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 befb6fae
MD5 c86c3f1e23e09714ada725e69c81c46c
SHA-1 f88a712ae085ac67f49cb0a8fa16a47e82e780cf
1MB 1993-09 Cartridge (US)

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 File:GamePro US 054.pdf, page 54
  2. File:EGM US 052.pdf, page 320
  3. File:MeanMachinesSega17UK.pdf, page 70