Example of a Hummer Team copyright.
|First Game||Mortal Kombat II|
|Last Game||Final Fight 3|
|Sounds used||Yoko V1, Yoko V2, Yoko V3|
|Engines used||Somari engine, SFII Engine, and others|
Hummer Team is a pirate company that originated during the 16-bit era. They're known for making decent NES ports of games on more advanced consoles along with being associated with JY Company. They seemed to have disappeared during the 64-bit era, where several members continued to make games elsewhere.
- Someri Team (Used before 1995)
- Hummer Team (Used between 1995-1997)
- Jing Tay Team (Seen in Tiny Toon Adventures 6)
- Copyright (As seen in SMW & Aladdin - technically not an alias but still an identifying factor, most developers don't write the word "Copyright" in full)
These are games that are definitely known to be made by them.
- Aladdin (Hacked to produce many title screen hacks, as well as Popeye II: Travels in Persia)
- Donkey Kong Country 4 (Bundled with a hack of it called Jungle Book 2)
- Dragon Ball Z - Super Butoden 2
- Final Fight 3
- King of Fighters '96
- Mortal Kombat II (Hacked to produce a 18 Peoples version).
- Mortal Kombat II Special (Hacked to produce Mortal Kombat III Special and Mortal Kombat 3 Special 56 Peoples)
- Power Rangers III (Hacked to produce Power Rangers IV)
- Shin Samurai Spirits 2
- Street Fighter Zero 2 '97 (Later hacked to produce Street Fighter Zero 2)
- Super Mario World
- Tekken 2 (Bundled with a hack of it called Toshinden)
- Tiny Toon Adventures 6
These games could be made by them, but, as of now, there isn't enough evidence to prove it.
A common misconception of Hummer Team is that in their 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, although sometimes (such as in Aladdin) it is incorporated into the level graphics.
This isn't Hummer's logo but rather JY Company's, who published many Hummer games as well as numerous other pirates. This is why it isn't present in Hummer's games that are published by NT (Earthworm Jim 3 (unsure) and Street Fighter Zero 2 97) but is present in Ei-How Yang's games published by JY, such as Mickey Mania 7 and Contra Spirits (which may not have actually been published by JY, but presumably was intended to be).