Meikyuu Kumikyoku - Miron no Daibouken
|Milon's Secret Castle|
An exercise in frustration. The Japanese only sequel for the Super Famicom fortunately ditched the "puzzle" elements for a more enjoyable platforming experience.
Unused alternate graphics for the Honeycomb item, including an outer-lay design and a bee's nest.
The Japanese title screen contains a number that increases as you mash the A and/or B buttons. The number reverts back to 0 after a few seconds and seems to max out at 326.
This is a tool used to measure how fast your trigger finger is, as popularized by Takahashi Meijin. He was the spokesperson for Hudson Soft in Japan, famous for being able to press the "shoot" button on a controller 16 times per second.
This little feature was removed from the US release.