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ABAB Soft
Abab
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Years 2003-2005
Consoles Famicom
Engines used Various Hummer Team engines
Published games by Hummer Team
Related companies Hummer Team, Syntek, Zechess

ABAB Soft was a publisher of bootleg Famicom games founded in 2003, and was the publisher of Hummer Team's games until they went out of business in 2005.

Games Edit

ABAB Soft's carts included official games and pirate originals developed by Hummer Team. [1] Their 4-in-1 multicarts generally seem to go under the Super Cool Boy 4-in-1 name using CB-xxxx IDs. However, not many of their carts have been found and the multicart menus that appear on their (now defunct) site all appear to be mockups. Despite that, according to Hummer Cheng, these multicarts were in fact released.

Confirmed games Edit

Name Released Cartridge No.
Mortal Kombat 4 March 1997 or earlier CB-4038
Panda Adventure Early 2000's(?) CB-4034
Space Shuttle Exploration 1996(?) CB-4035
War 1999 CB-4031

Unconfirmed games Edit

Listed on ABAB Soft's site (However, these games have all appeared elsewhere).

Name Released Description Cartridge No.
Dance Y2K Hot Dance 3-in-1, might also go by the name Finger DDR which appears on Power Joy Famiclones.
Dragon Running Hot Dance 3-in-1, appears on Power Joy Famiclones.
Harry's Legend Unknown, most likely 2000 or 2001 Originally had single cart releases and reappears on numerous multicarts. CB-4036 (?)
Ping Pong Single cart, later appears on the ZDog.
Rings Early 2000's Reappears modified on the Super New Year Cart 15-in-1. CB-4030 (?)
Sanguo Chunqiu: Sichuan Sheng 1996 Originally published by NT. CB-4033 (?)
Titenic Unknown, possibly 1998-1999 Appears on the Super New Year Cart 15-in-1. CB-4032 (?)
War of Strike Mouse Hot Dance 3-in-1, appears on Power Joy Famiclones. CB-4037 (?)

Gallery Edit

Main article: ABAB Soft/gallery

Trivia Edit

  • On the website, the mockup screenshot of the multicart that contains Rings is the only known instance of its title screen. On the Super New Year Cart 15-in-1, the graphics for it have been removed so even if you attempt to access the screen through hacking, it only appears as a mess of tiles.
  • In the source code for the website, you can find Handel Liao's name. Handel Liao was responsible for running Zechess. Given how Zechess started up in the same year ABAB Soft vanished, Zechess could be seen as a successor to ABAB Soft.

Reference Edit

  1. http://web.archive.org/web/20031219083430/http://www.ababsoft.com/index1.html
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