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Wonder Dog
System(s): Sega Mega-CD
Publisher:
Developer:
Genre: Action































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega-CD
JP
¥7,200 T-60074
Sega Mega-CD
US
$49.95[1] T-6402
Sega Mega-CD
UK
£44.99[3] 4428
Sega Mega-CD
FR
? 4428
Sega Mega-CD
DE
119,-[5] 4428
Sega Mega-CD
ES
? 4428




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Wonder Dog (ワンダードッグ) is a platform game for the Sega Mega-CD by Core Design featuring Wonder Dog, a mascot for Victor during the early 1990s. Core Design later ported it to the Amiga for a Europe-only release.

Gameplay

Controls are similar to Super Mario. B shoot a Star, C jump. Accelerate moves with pressing B.

Stages

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Stage1: Bunny Hop Meadow
3 Zones plus Sub-stage Underground
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Stage2: Dogsville
Password: MYSTIC 
2 Zones
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Stage3: Scrapyard
Password: ANKLES 
2 Zones
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Stage4: Loony Moon
Password: LEDZEP 
3 Zones plus Sub-stage Moon Mines
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Stage5: Planet Wierd
Password: REEVES 
3 Zones
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Stage6: Plant Foggia
Password: PIXIES 
1 Zone
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Stage7: Planet Kninus
Password: WOOPIE 
4 Zones

Production credits

Oversea version

  • Graphics: Lee Pullen
  • Programming: Chris Long
  • Design: Bob Churchill
  • Music and SFX: Martin Iveson
  • Support Programmer: John Kirkland, Ged Keaveney
  • Intro Animation: Billy Allison
  • Intro Programmer: Sean Dunlevy
  • Font Design: Simon Phipps
  • Game Help: Rob Toone
  • Extra Sound: Stew Perkins
  • Directors: Takeshi Minagawa, Toshiyuki Nagai
  • Mega-CD Help: Yoshiaki Iwasawa
  • Promoter: Kaku Maetani
  • Thanks to: Kaoru Tomiyama
  • Big Boss: Jeremy Smith
  • Producer: Isamu Senda
  • Executive Producer: Satoshi Honda


Japanese version

  • Graphics: Lee Pullen
  • Programming: Chris Long
  • Design: Bob Churchill
  • Music and SFX: Martin Iveson
  • Support Programmer: John Kirkland, Ged Keaveney
  • Intro Animation: Billy Allison
  • Intro Programmer: Sean Dunlevy
  • Font Design: Simon Phipps
  • Game Help: Rob Toone
  • Project Manager: Takeshi Minagawa
  • Mega-CD Help: Yoshiaki Iwasawa
  • Promoter: Kaku Maetani
  • Thanks to: Toshiyuki Nagai, Kaoru Tomiyama
  • Big Boss: Jeremy Smith
  • Producer: Satoshi Honda
Source: In-game credits (JP)Media:Wonderdog_MCD_JP_SSCredits.pdf[6]



Core Design Staff
  • Main Programmer: Chris Long
  • Assistant Programmer: John Kirkland, Ged Keaveney
  • Main Graphics: Lee Pullen
  • Game and Map Design: Bob Churchill
  • Intro Graphics: Billy Allison
  • Intro Programming: Sean Dunlevy
  • Music: Martin Iveson
  • Play-testing: Mark and Darren Price
  • Producer: Jeremy Smith
Victor M.I. Staff
  • Executive Producer: Satoshi Honda
  • Producer: Isamu Senda
  • Director: Toshiyuki Nagai, Takeshi Minagawa
  • Marketing: Katsumi Arai, Harunobu Komori, Toshimichi Kawamura, Shunji Nishizawa, Kouki Minami, Kaku Maetani, Yae Uchida, Katsura Iino
  • Package Design: Victor Company of Japan, Ltd. Design Center
  • Manual: Comix Brand (Takayuki Minegishi, Takuji Hikino), Etsuko Matsuoka
Source: JP manualMedia:Wonderdog mcd jp manual.pdf[7]


Magazine articles

Main article: Wonder Dog/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Main article: Wonder Dog/Promotional material.

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
91
50 №1992-07, p33[8]
60 №, p85[9]
82 №15, p100-101
84 №140, p38[3]
75 №140, p108[10]
55 №35, p18[11]
99 №200, [1]
100 №0101, p6/12-15[12]
50 №42, p68-69[13]
86 №1992-09, p47
84 №13, p48-49
86 №24, p94[14]
88 №32, p164[15]
52 №4, p16-19
91 №3, p54-55[16]
86 №2, p28-29
83 №9, p42-43
82 №9/93, p38-39[17]
80 №12, p46-49
90 №39, p104-105[18]
82 №14, p64-66
89 №18, p74
80 №13, p76-77[19]
67 №17, p11
Sega Mega-CD
79
Based on
25 reviews

Mega-CD, US (Red)
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Cover
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Disc
Wonderdog mcd us manual.pdf
Manual
Mega-CD, US (Green)
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Cover
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Disc
WonderDog MCD US Manual green.pdf
Manual
Mega-CD, EU
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Cover
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Spinecard
Mega-CD, JP
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Cover
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Spinecard
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Disc
Wonderdog mcd jp manual.pdf
Manual

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega-CD
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
590,707,152 CD (JP) T-60074
Sega Mega-CD
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
600,442,080 CD (US) T-6402

References