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{{Infobox company
| name = Vast Fame Co. Ltd.<br />廣譽科技有限公司
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|name = Vast Fame Co. Ltd.<br />廣譽科技有限公司
| image = Image:Vf-logo-no-chinese.png
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|image = Image:Vf-logo-no-chinese.png
| imagewidth = 250px
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|imagewidth = 250px
| caption = Vast Fame's logo
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|caption = Vast Fame's logo.
| location = Dali City, Taichung County, Taiwan
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|location = Dali City, Taichung County, Taiwan
| years = 1998-2003?
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|years = 1998-2003(?)
| consoles = Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance
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|consoles = Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance
| firstgame = Unknown, probably Super Fighter S
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|firstgame = Unknown, probably Super Fighter S
| lastgame = Unknown, possibly Battle Network Rockman Crystal
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|lastgame = Unknown, possibly Battle Network Rockman Crystal
| engines = [[Takara King of Fighters engine]], own RPG engine, others
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|engines = [[Takara King of Fighters engine]], own RPG engine, others
| sounds = Rockman World 5
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|sounds = Rockman World 5
| aliases = V.Fame
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|aliases = V.Fame
| connected = [[Gamtec]], [[Chuanpu]], [[Sintax]]
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|connected = [[Gamtec]], [[Chuanpu Technology|Chuanpu]], [[Sintax]], [[J.Y. Company]](?)
 
}}
 
}}
'''Vast Fame Co. Ltd.''' (Chinese: 廣譽科技有限公司; pinyin: Guǎng yù kējì yǒuxiàn gōngsī) is a now-defunct Taiwanese unlicensed developer of Game Boy games based out of Dali City, Taiwan, founded in 1998<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20010602081920/http://www.vfame.com.tw/company.htm</ref> and with their last known game published in 2003.<ref name="skyleague">[http://www.efgcw.com/?dp-bbsthread-382.html Sky League forum post] (Chinese)</ref>
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'''Vast Fame Co. Ltd.''' ({{Mousetext|廣譽科技有限公司|Guǎng yù kējì yǒuxiàn gōngsī}}) was an unlicensed developer of handheld games that was headquartered in Dali City, Taiwan. It was founded in 1998<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20010602081920/http://www.vfame.com.tw/company.htm</ref>, and their last known game was published in 2003.<ref name="skyleague">[http://www.efgcw.com/?dp-bbsthread-382.html Sky League forum post] (Chinese)</ref>
   
==Sound engine==
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== Sound engine ==
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One common feature found in most of their games is a sound engine stolen from ''Rockman World 5''; in fact, song 14 in the GBS rip of [[Zook Hero 2|''Rockman DX3'']] is literally the corresponding tune from ''Rockman World 5'' with its pitches changed and shortened.
   
One common feature found in most of their games is a sound engine stolen from ''Rockman World 5''; in fact, song 14 in the GBS rip of ''[[Rockman DX3]]'' is literally the corresponding tune from ''Rockman World 5'' with its pitches changed and shortened.
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== Confirmed games ==
 
==Confirmed games==
 
 
These are games in which Vast Fame is explicitly credited or which they have otherwise been confirmed to have developed.
 
These are games in which Vast Fame is explicitly credited or which they have otherwise been confirmed to have developed.
   
===Game Boy Color===
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=== Game Boy Color ===
* ''Bai Wang Da Fu Weng'' ''Jin Ban'' (a.k.a. ''<nowiki>Millionaire ''</nowiki>''Monopoly Gold Version'', ''Monopoly 2'', ''Crazy Richman 2'', ''To Be A Millionaire'') - ''Sequel to ''Feng Kuang Da Fu Weng'', featuring new music and more playable characters. 
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*''Bai Wang Da Fu Weng Jin Ban'' (a.k.a. ''Millionaire'', ''Monopoly Gold Version'', ''Monopoly 2'', ''Crazy Richman 2'', ''To Be A Millionaire'') - Sequel to ''Feng Kuang Da Fu Weng'', featuring new music and more playable characters. 
* ''Feng Kuang Da Fu Weng'' (a.k.a. ''Crazy Monopoly'', ''Crazy Richman, Super Taiwan Tycoon'')<ref name="mm-manual">[http://qiezei.blogspot.com/2012/01/monopoly-madness-scans.html Monopoly Madness Scans], Qiezei's Unlicensed Video Game Blog</ref>
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*''Feng Kuang Da Fu Weng'' (a.k.a. ''Crazy Monopoly'', ''Crazy Richman, Super Taiwan Tycoon'')<ref name="mm-manual">[http://qiezei.blogspot.com/2012/01/monopoly-madness-scans.html Monopoly Madness Scans], Qiezei's Unlicensed Video Game Blog</ref>
* ''[[Queen Fighter 2000]]'' (a.k.a. ''Gals Fighters'')
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*''[[Queen Fighter 2000]]'' (a.k.a. ''Gals Fighters'')
* ''San Guo Zhi: Lie Chuan'' (a.k.a. ''Shawu Story'') - Has V.Fame boot logo and certain versions contain the Vast Fame screen.<ref>http://fuji.drillspirits.net/?post=87</ref>
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*''San Guo Zhi: Lie Chuan'' (a.k.a. ''Shawu Story'') - Has V.Fame boot logo and certain versions contain the Vast Fame screen.<ref>http://fuji.drillspirits.net/?post=87</ref>
* ''Sheng Shou Wu Yu''<ref>http://acg.gamer.com.tw/acgDetail.php?s=3144 (Chinese)</ref>
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*''Sheng Shou Wu Yu''
* ''[[Shi Kong Xing Shou]]'' (a.k.a. ''Spatio Monoster'', ''Timer Monster'')
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*''[[Shi Kong Xing Shou]]'' (a.k.a. ''Spatio Monoster'', ''Timer Monster'')
* ''Shui Hu Shen Shou'' (a.k.a. ''Mythos'', ''Shawu Story'')
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*''Shui Hu Shen Shou'' (a.k.a. ''Mythos'', ''Shawu Story'')
* ''[[Super Fighters S]]'' (a.k.a.'' Super Fighters '99'', ''The King of Fighters 2000'') - not credited in-game but has V.Fame boot logo.
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*''[[Super Fighters S]]'' (a.k.a.'' Super Fighters '99'', ''The King of Fighters 2000'') - not credited in-game but has V.Fame boot logo.
* ''Super Fighter 2001 Alpha''
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*''[[Super Fighter 2001 Alpha]]''
* ''Xin Feng Shen Bang''
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*''[[Xin Feng Shen Bang]]''
* ''[[Zook Hero Z]]'' (a.k.a. ''Zook Z'', ''Rockman Z'')
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*''[[Zook Hero Z]]'' (a.k.a. ''Zook Z'', ''Rockman Z'')
* ''[[Zook Hero 2]]'' (a.k.a. ''Rockman DX3'')
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*''[[Zook Hero 2]]'' (a.k.a. ''Rockman DX3'')
[[Sintax]] also made an entry in the Zook Hero series called "Zook Hero 3" for the GBC which is often confused with ''Battle Network Rockman Crystal''. It seems to have been made without Vast Fame involvement, though it does use quite a bit of graphics from the previous Zook Hero games. Sintax later reused the engine for their "Metal Slug X" game and removed the stage select. Boss battles, however, are still intact. However there is another zook hero game that uses graphics from lilo and stitch by the same company instead.
 
====Accessories====
 
* Fire Bird Cheat Card
 
   
===Game Boy Advance===
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[[Sintax]] also made an entry in the Zook Hero series called "Zook Hero 3" for the GBC which is often confused with ''Battle Network Rockman Crystal''. It seems to have been made without Vast Fame involvement, though it does use quite a bit of graphics from the previous Zook Hero games. Sintax later reused the engine for their "Metal Slug X" game and removed the stage select. Boss battles, however, are still intact.
* ''[[Rockman & Crystal]]'' (a.k.a. ''Battle Network Rockman Crystal'', ''Zook Man ZX4'', unofficially known as ''Zook Hero 3'') Uses gowin's copy protection. A original game based on zook 1 with graphics from battle network rockman for the gba.
 
   
==Unconfirmed Games==
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==== Accessories ====
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*Fire Bird Cheat Card
   
===Game Boy Color===
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=== Game Boy Advance ===
* ''Devil Land'' (same sound engine as other V.Fame games; found on [[Silver Version 12 in 1]] multicart. Reuses several resources from ''Digimon 3 Crystal Version'' and ''Shui Hu Shen Shou''.)
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*''[[Rockman & Crystal]]'' (a.k.a. ''Battle Network Rockman Crystal'', ''Zook Man ZX4'', unofficially known as ''Zook Hero 3'')
* ''Digimon 3'' ''Crystal Version'' (Some versions such as the English "Digimon Ruby" game have music from ''Shui Hu Shen Shou'' while most of the original Chinese releases have original music.)
 
* ''Digimon Pocket'' (same sound engine and similar interface to other V.Fame RPGs; found on Silver Version 12 in 1 multicart with other V.Fame titles.)
 
* ''Digimon Sapphire'' (same music as ''Bai Wang Da Fu Weng''; same UI as ''Sheng Shou Wu Yu'')<ref name="digimonsapphiregbc">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9l_6HjMsnY YouTube - Digimon Saphire by Vast Fame (Game Boy Color)]</ref>
 
* ''[[Harry Potter 3]]'' (contains menu graphics from ''Zook Hero 2'', but unlike other Vast Fame games its music is not original and does not use the ''Mega Man V'' sound engine; it is stolen from ''Parodius'')
 
* ''Pokemon Ruby'' (same engine as ''Digimon Pocket''.)
 
* ''[[Soul Falchion]]'' (A version has leftover graphics, music and ROM ID from ''Queen of Fighting 2000''.)
 
* ''West Story'' (''Journey to the West'' themed shooter that uses the same music and game engine as ''Harry Potter 3''.  Featured in V.Fame's 8 in 1 multicart.)
 
   
===Game Boy Advance===
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== Unconfirmed Games ==
* ''Digimon Ruby'' (a.k.a. ''Digimon Rury'') (reused music from ''Bai Wang Da Fu Weng'', ''Devil Land'', and ''Shi Kong Xing Shou'') 
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=== Game Boy Color ===
* ''Digimon Sapphire'' (same sound engine and dialogue font as ''Rockman Crystal''. Most of its graphics are stolen from ''Digimon Battle Spirits''.)<ref name="digimonsapphiregba">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNG4k0h8qTg YouTube - Digimon Sapphire by Vast Fame (Game Boy Advance)]</ref>
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*''[[Devil Island]]'' (same sound engine as other V.Fame games; found on [[Silver Version 12-in-1]] multicart. Reuses several resources from ''Digimon 3 Crystal Version'' and ''Shui Hu Shen Shou''.)
* ''[[Mo Jie Qi Bing]]''
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*[[Digital Monsters 3|''Digimon 3 Crystal Version'']] (Some versions such as the English "Digimon Ruby" game have music from ''Shui Hu Shen Shou'' while most of the original Chinese releases have original music.)
* ''Jue Zhan San Guo''
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*''Digimon Pocket'' (same sound engine and similar interface to other V.Fame RPGs; found on Silver Version 12 in 1 multicart with other V.Fame titles.)
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** Also its hack [[Pokémon Ruby (Vast Fame)|''Pokémon Ruby'']], which is a significant hack of this game.
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*''[[Digimon Saphire]]'' (also called ''Digimon Sapphire'' on its title screen; uses the same music as ''Bai Wang Da Fu Weng'' and ''Sheng Shou Wu Yu'' plus the UI from the latter.)<ref name="digimonsapphiregbc">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9l_6HjMsnY YouTube - Digimon Saphire by Vast Fame (Game Boy Color)]</ref>
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*''[[Harry Potter 3]]'' (contains menu graphics from ''Zook Hero 2'', but unlike other Vast Fame games its music is not original and does not use the ''Mega Man V'' sound engine; it is stolen from ''Parodius'')
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*''Pokemon Ruby'' (same engine as ''Digimon Pocket''.)
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*''[[Soul Falchion]]'' (A version has leftover graphics, music and ROM ID from ''Queen of Fighting 2000''.)
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*''West Story'' (''Journey to the West'' themed shooter that uses the same music and game engine as ''Harry Potter 3''.  Featured in V.Fame's 8 in 1 multicart.)
   
=== Sintax Connection?===
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=== Game Boy Advance ===
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*''[[Digimon Ruby]]'' (a.k.a. ''Digimon Rury'') (reused music from ''Digital Monsters 3,'' ''Crazy Richman 2'', ''Devil Island'', ''Shui Hu Shen Shou, Zook Hero Z, Zook Hero 2'' and ''Shi Kong Xing Shou'') 
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*''Digimon Sapphire'' (same sound engine and dialogue font as ''Rockman Crystal''. Most of its graphics are stolen from ''Digimon Battle Spirit''.)<ref name="digimonsapphiregba">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNG4k0h8qTg YouTube - Digimon Sapphire by Vast Fame (Game Boy Advance)]</ref>
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*''[[Mo Jie Qi Bing]]''
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*''[[Jue Zhan San Guo]]''
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=== Sintax Connection? ===
 
(NOTE: all games on this list are GBA games)
 
(NOTE: all games on this list are GBA games)
 
*''Crash Bandicoot 4 ''(music from ''Soul Falchion'')<ref name="crash4">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk2uU4MYt2w YouTube - Crash Advance IV for Gameboy Advance (bootleg)]</ref>
 
*''Crash Bandicoot 4 ''(music from ''Soul Falchion'')<ref name="crash4">[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk2uU4MYt2w YouTube - Crash Advance IV for Gameboy Advance (bootleg)]</ref>
*''Digimon Zhi Hong Lan Dui Jue ''(same HUD as Crash Bandicoot 4)<ref name="digimonzhldj">[http://www.efgcw.com/?dp-bbsthread-579.html SKY LEAGUE DUMP&HACK ROM WIN] (Chinese)</ref>
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*''Digimon Zhi Hong Lan Dui Jue ''(same HUD as Crash Bandicoot 4)<ref name="digimonzhldj">[http://web.archive.org/web/20141009085813/http://www.efgcw.com/?dp-bbsthread-579.html SKY LEAGUE DUMP&HACK ROM WIN - Wayback Machine] (Chinese)</ref>
 
*''Digimon Adventure''
 
*''Digimon Adventure''
 
*''Rayman IV'' (Uses a remix of the underworld cave theme from ''Digimon 3 Crystal Version'')
 
*''Rayman IV'' (Uses a remix of the underworld cave theme from ''Digimon 3 Crystal Version'')
 
*''Lord of the Rings IV'' (Uses a sound effect from ''Zhen San Guo Wu Shuang'' by Sintax)
 
*''Lord of the Rings IV'' (Uses a sound effect from ''Zhen San Guo Wu Shuang'' by Sintax)
   
== Trivia==
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== Trivia ==
 
*Many of Vast Fame's credited developers, including producer Lin Bizhi and sound designer Liao Yishen<ref name="mm-manual" />, formerly worked for [[Chuanpu Technology]].
 
*Many of Vast Fame's credited developers, including producer Lin Bizhi and sound designer Liao Yishen<ref name="mm-manual" />, formerly worked for [[Chuanpu Technology]].
 
*Certain revisions of several of Vast Fame's games have the soundtrack changed to that of another Vast Fame game, usually a previous game in the same genre. These games ''do'' have their own soundtrack in the original(?) releases by Vast Fame. Examples include:
 
*Certain revisions of several of Vast Fame's games have the soundtrack changed to that of another Vast Fame game, usually a previous game in the same genre. These games ''do'' have their own soundtrack in the original(?) releases by Vast Fame. Examples include:
** Digimon Pocket - Full version is a sprite or graphics hack of pokemon ruby.
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**Digimon Pocket - Full version is a sprite or graphics hack of ''Pokémon Ruby''.
** Digital Monster 3
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**Digital Monster 3
** Soul Falchion - [[Silver Version 12 in 1]] version uses Super Fighter 2001's music
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**Soul Falchion - [[Silver Version 12-in-1]] version uses Super Fighter 2001's music
** Pokemon Ruby - Chinese "Chong Wu Xiao Jing Ling: Jie Jin Ta Zhi Wang" version uses Shi Kong Xing Shou's music
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**Pokémon Ruby - Chinese "Chong Wu Xiao Jing Ling: Jie Jin Ta Zhi Wang" version uses Shi Kong Xing Shou's music
** Zook Hero 2 - "Rockman X3" version uses Zook Hero Z's music
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**Zook Hero 2 - "''Rockman X3''" version uses ''Zook Hero Z''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s music
*Currently there are level hacks or releases of all the hacks of digimon adventure. However gowin usually published these releases. Not vast fame.
 
   
 
*All the games have a particular glitch where when a certain sound effect plays, a sound channel for the music mutes until the song is either restarted or changed.
 
*All the games have a particular glitch where when a certain sound effect plays, a sound channel for the music mutes until the song is either restarted or changed.
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== Gallery ==
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<gallery>
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</gallery>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
<references />
 
<references />
   
== External Links ==
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== External link ==
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20010701122551/http://www.vfame.com.tw/ Internet Archive version of Vast Fame's home page] (Chinese)
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20010701122551/http://www.vfame.com.tw/ Official Chinese website (Wayback Machine)]
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{{Companies}}
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[[Category:Companies from Taichung, Taiwan]]
 
[[Category:Developers]]
 
[[Category:Developers]]
 
[[Category:Vast Fame]]
 
[[Category:Vast Fame]]
[[Category:Companies from Taichung, Taiwan]]
 

Revision as of 02:46, January 14, 2019

Vast Fame Co. Ltd.
廣譽科技有限公司
Vf-logo-no-chinese
Vast Fame's logo.
Origin Dali City, Taichung County, Taiwan
Years 1998-2003(?)
Consoles Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance
First Game Unknown, probably Super Fighter S
Last Game Unknown, possibly Battle Network Rockman Crystal
Sounds used Rockman World 5
Engines used Takara King of Fighters engine, own RPG engine, others
Aliases V.Fame
Related companies Gamtec, Chuanpu, Sintax, J.Y. Company(?)

Vast Fame Co. Ltd. (廣譽科技有限公司) was an unlicensed developer of handheld games that was headquartered in Dali City, Taiwan. It was founded in 1998[1], and their last known game was published in 2003.[2]

Sound engine

One common feature found in most of their games is a sound engine stolen from Rockman World 5; in fact, song 14 in the GBS rip of Rockman DX3 is literally the corresponding tune from Rockman World 5 with its pitches changed and shortened.

Confirmed games

These are games in which Vast Fame is explicitly credited or which they have otherwise been confirmed to have developed.

Game Boy Color

  • Bai Wang Da Fu Weng Jin Ban (a.k.a. Millionaire, Monopoly Gold Version, Monopoly 2, Crazy Richman 2, To Be A Millionaire) - Sequel to Feng Kuang Da Fu Weng, featuring new music and more playable characters. 
  • Feng Kuang Da Fu Weng (a.k.a. Crazy Monopoly, Crazy Richman, Super Taiwan Tycoon)[3]
  • Queen Fighter 2000 (a.k.a. Gals Fighters)
  • San Guo Zhi: Lie Chuan (a.k.a. Shawu Story) - Has V.Fame boot logo and certain versions contain the Vast Fame screen.[4]
  • Sheng Shou Wu Yu
  • Shi Kong Xing Shou (a.k.a. Spatio Monoster, Timer Monster)
  • Shui Hu Shen Shou (a.k.a. Mythos, Shawu Story)
  • Super Fighters S (a.k.a. Super Fighters '99, The King of Fighters 2000) - not credited in-game but has V.Fame boot logo.
  • Super Fighter 2001 Alpha
  • Xin Feng Shen Bang
  • Zook Hero Z (a.k.a. Zook Z, Rockman Z)
  • Zook Hero 2 (a.k.a. Rockman DX3)

Sintax also made an entry in the Zook Hero series called "Zook Hero 3" for the GBC which is often confused with Battle Network Rockman Crystal. It seems to have been made without Vast Fame involvement, though it does use quite a bit of graphics from the previous Zook Hero games. Sintax later reused the engine for their "Metal Slug X" game and removed the stage select. Boss battles, however, are still intact.

Accessories

  • Fire Bird Cheat Card

Game Boy Advance

  • Rockman & Crystal (a.k.a. Battle Network Rockman Crystal, Zook Man ZX4, unofficially known as Zook Hero 3)

Unconfirmed Games

Game Boy Color

  • Devil Island (same sound engine as other V.Fame games; found on Silver Version 12-in-1 multicart. Reuses several resources from Digimon 3 Crystal Version and Shui Hu Shen Shou.)
  • Digimon 3 Crystal Version (Some versions such as the English "Digimon Ruby" game have music from Shui Hu Shen Shou while most of the original Chinese releases have original music.)
  • Digimon Pocket (same sound engine and similar interface to other V.Fame RPGs; found on Silver Version 12 in 1 multicart with other V.Fame titles.)
    • Also its hack Pokémon Ruby, which is a significant hack of this game.
  • Digimon Saphire (also called Digimon Sapphire on its title screen; uses the same music as Bai Wang Da Fu Weng and Sheng Shou Wu Yu plus the UI from the latter.)[5]
  • Harry Potter 3 (contains menu graphics from Zook Hero 2, but unlike other Vast Fame games its music is not original and does not use the Mega Man V sound engine; it is stolen from Parodius)
  • Pokemon Ruby (same engine as Digimon Pocket.)
  • Soul Falchion (A version has leftover graphics, music and ROM ID from Queen of Fighting 2000.)
  • West Story (Journey to the West themed shooter that uses the same music and game engine as Harry Potter 3.  Featured in V.Fame's 8 in 1 multicart.)

Game Boy Advance

  • Digimon Ruby (a.k.a. Digimon Rury) (reused music from Digital Monsters 3, Crazy Richman 2, Devil Island, Shui Hu Shen Shou, Zook Hero Z, Zook Hero 2 and Shi Kong Xing Shou
  • Digimon Sapphire (same sound engine and dialogue font as Rockman Crystal. Most of its graphics are stolen from Digimon Battle Spirit.)[6]
  • Mo Jie Qi Bing
  • Jue Zhan San Guo

Sintax Connection?

(NOTE: all games on this list are GBA games)

  • Crash Bandicoot 4 (music from Soul Falchion)[7]
  • Digimon Zhi Hong Lan Dui Jue (same HUD as Crash Bandicoot 4)[8]
  • Digimon Adventure
  • Rayman IV (Uses a remix of the underworld cave theme from Digimon 3 Crystal Version)
  • Lord of the Rings IV (Uses a sound effect from Zhen San Guo Wu Shuang by Sintax)

Trivia

  • Many of Vast Fame's credited developers, including producer Lin Bizhi and sound designer Liao Yishen[3], formerly worked for Chuanpu Technology.
  • Certain revisions of several of Vast Fame's games have the soundtrack changed to that of another Vast Fame game, usually a previous game in the same genre. These games do have their own soundtrack in the original(?) releases by Vast Fame. Examples include:
    • Digimon Pocket - Full version is a sprite or graphics hack of Pokémon Ruby.
    • Digital Monster 3
    • Soul Falchion - Silver Version 12-in-1 version uses Super Fighter 2001's music
    • Pokémon Ruby - Chinese "Chong Wu Xiao Jing Ling: Jie Jin Ta Zhi Wang" version uses Shi Kong Xing Shou's music
    • Zook Hero 2 - "Rockman X3" version uses Zook Hero Z's music
  • All the games have a particular glitch where when a certain sound effect plays, a sound channel for the music mutes until the song is either restarted or changed.

Gallery

References

  1. http://web.archive.org/web/20010602081920/http://www.vfame.com.tw/company.htm
  2. Sky League forum post (Chinese)
  3. 3.0 3.1 Monopoly Madness Scans, Qiezei's Unlicensed Video Game Blog
  4. http://fuji.drillspirits.net/?post=87
  5. YouTube - Digimon Saphire by Vast Fame (Game Boy Color)
  6. YouTube - Digimon Sapphire by Vast Fame (Game Boy Advance)
  7. YouTube - Crash Advance IV for Gameboy Advance (bootleg)
  8. SKY LEAGUE DUMP&HACK ROM WIN - Wayback Machine (Chinese)

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