Hummer Team is a pirate company that originated during the 16-bit era. They're known for making decent NES ports along with the logo of theirs. They seemed to have disappeared during the 32-bit era.


  • Hummer Team (They used this alias a lot more often during the late 16-bit era and the early 32-bit era)
  • JY Company
  • Jing Tay Team (Seen in Tiny Toon Adventures 6 pirate)
  • (Possible) Somari Team
  • Copyright (as seen in SMW)


These are games that are definitely known to be made by them.

  • Aladdin III (Bundled with a hack of it called Popeye II - Travels in Persia)
  • Super Mario World
  • Mickey Mania 7 (Hacked to produce China Rabbit Baby)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures 6 (under alias JY and Jing Tay Team)
  • Mortal Kombat II Special (Hacked to produce Mortal Kombat III Special and Mortal Kombat 3 Special 56 Peoples)
  • Donkey Kong Country 4 (Bundled with a hack of it called Jungle Book 2)
  • Dragon Ball Z - Super Butoden 2
  • Power Rangers 4
  • Mario & Sonic 2
  • Shin Samurai Spirits 2
  • Final Fight 3
  • Super Contra 3
  • Street Fighter Zero 2 '97
  • Toshinden
  • Tekken 2

These games could be made by them, but, as of now, there isn't enough evidence to prove it.

  • Somari (Aladdin III suggests that with having some sound effects, along with Aladdin III having similar physics and hud graphics)
  • Kart Fighter (Many of Hummer Team's fighting games have Kart Fighter's ending music in the sound track, and many of Hummer Team's Fighting games are based off of the Kart Fighter engine)
  • Harry's Legend (Sounds are reused from Kart Fighter and Super Mario World)

Logo Origin

In most of Hummer Team's games, there is a three eyed sun/sea urchin hidden in the ROM, it can generally found by a button code and/or a sprite editor such as Tile Layer Pro. Sometimes, a smaller version appears in the background of some games (the sky in Super Mario world, the carpet in Mortal Kombat 2 SPECIAL, and the monitor screen in Power Rangers 4).

There are two variants of the Hummer Team logo, a large one found in most of their games, and a smaller one found in games like Donkey Kong Country 4 and Mickey Mania 7.

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