Twin Eagles Group
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Origin Perú
Years 1989-2002
Consoles SNES, Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Game Boy, PlayStation
Aliases TEG, Lai Pen, EagleSoft, MirfuSoft
Published games by Various

Twin Eagles Group is a Peruvian scener group that originally started coding for the Commodore 64 scene, and is notably one of the very first computer sceners from Perú. They are known in the pirating scene for having produced a number of hacks for the SNES, most infamously the Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos hack known as Sonic the Hedgehog 4. The majority of their hacks are sprite and title screen hacks. They also made football game hacks which added South American teams (mostly from Perú, but also from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Bolivia).

Many of their hacks were commissioned works where TEG gave a master ROM to resellers across the world that then made cartridges and distributed the games in numerous countries. Some hacks also were personally made and sold by TEG themselves to resellers.

Super Nintendo (SNES) Hacks[edit | edit source]

SEGA Genesis (Mega Drive) Hacks[edit | edit source]

Game Boy Hacks[edit | edit source]

PlayStation Hacks[edit | edit source]

Nintendo 64 Hacks[edit | edit source]

Amiga[edit | edit source]

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