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Chip & Dale: Tale Spin Levels

Hack of Disney's Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers


This is level hack for Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers made by Roket with CadEditor level editor.

Now brave chipmunks walk on levels from Tale Spin and Mickey Mouse Adventures. Music and bosses also changed.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (U) [!].nes
  • md5 785b8003d146cdcc9f3df1c29ea18ead




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Capcom would be proud

Reviewed By: Supergamerguy on 14 Mar 2021

This hack seems to get an unfair rap here based on its other reviews, but I would like to provide a different take on my experience. I personally think this is a really good hack overall (with just a few flaws). The graphics and art changes are masterfully done, and the new gameplay changes (like new bosses and a better use of the hammer in levels) are a cool addition. The music isn’t half bad either, with a few of the songs being good jams and the rest being decent background music. From what I’ve seen of Tale Spin on NES, this hack represents that original game well in its presentation.

However, it’s not perfect, and the biggest gripe I have comes with some of the level design. The level design in the first 5 or 6 levels is pretty good (not a whole lot of gripes there), and level G is a bit rough around the edges, but still enjoyable. The last three levels (levels H-J) are not as good though. I think they’re based off of Mickey Mouse Adventures (a very early NES title), and so the color palette, level design, and music is basic and pretty rough compared to the earlier levels. The bosses also get needlessly complex and less fun in the endgame.

This is still a fun hack despite its issues, and is almost as good as something Capcom would put out themselves. If the author would change the text in the cutscenes to better match the story, it would be an even better experience for Disney Afternoon fans.

Version 1.6beta Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
It's not perfect, but it's gooddiablo66621 Sep 20211.6betaYes
Capcom would be proudSupergamerguy14 Mar 20211.6betaYes
broken and unable to finishsupersonicjc05 Feb 20191.6betaNo
Impressively made! Curious bad choices with sound/musicKevvyLava13 Jan 20191.6betaYes