Treasure Master

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NA release: December 1991

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This entire game seems to exist for the sole purpose of the contest which took place 4 months after its release.  From which point I guess there was no reason to play it?


summary from wikipedia:

  • After the game's release in late 1991, players had until noon EST on April 11, 1992 to practice beating the game. At this time, MTV revealed a secret password. By entering in this password and the game's serial number before beginning the game, players unlocked a secret sixth Prize World level. After this, players had until midnight to complete the entire game, including the Prize World. This prompted the game to reveal a 24-character code. By calling in to a special hotline with this code, players had a chance at winning one of 36,252 prizes.

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