Crash of the Titans - General Findings



Character Model 1

These screenshots come from an early build. Some differences are noticeable:

  • Crash has an entirely different model. Notable differences include the eyebrows, the expression on his face and the lack of tattoos. Interestingly, the same model was used for the Game Boy Advance sprite and cutscenes (as well as the Amaze logo animation in both that version and in the DS one). This isn't too surprising, as the Game Boy Advance version was finished much sooner than any other. The DS model is very similar to this one, and the only major difference is the presence of tattoos.
  • Aku Aku looks slightly different as well, especially in the Ratcicle picture.
  • The shadows are round and basic.

Character Model 2

Character Model 2

(contributed by InsaneStar)
  • Crash's model is close to the final one, but lacks fangs.
  • The tattoos are different, especially on the fingers.

Early Items

Early Items

  • Instead of a device with an emergency light and a siren, certain Titans would be sent in by a red button (check the platform on the right part of the background).
  • More ropes with no textures.
  • The Snipe targets are ancient-looking stone dishes, instead of the usual rotating bullseyes.

Titans in Odd Places 1
Titans in Odd Places 1
Titans in Odd Places 1
Titans in Odd Places 1
Titans in Odd Places 1

Titans in Odd Places 1

(contributed by Christopher Burke)
  • The first picture shows a Spike in a place from "A Zero's Journey" where there aren't any in the final version. He couldn't have been jacked and taken there because he hasn't been stunned yet. Note the presence of the old stun bar as well, with the green filling in from both sides instead of left to right. The entrance to the Mojo Room has the form of a sphere instead of a cloud.
  • The second screenshot shows a Ratcicle and a Snipe in the episode "The Blizzard of Claws".
  • The third one shows a Goar in the episode "Family Tree".
  • An Ee-lectric and a Ratcicle are seen in the fourth screenshot, from the episode "Life's a Beach".
  • The last screenshot shows a Goar near a Scorporilla, which never happens in the game. The area itself seems strange, but it's most likely an unused camera angle somewhere in "Operation Overboard".

Titans in Odd Places 2
Titans in Odd Places 2
Titans in Odd Places 2

Titans in Odd Places 2

  • The first picture shows a Goar in "The Emerald Pity". It also shows Koo-alas without their trademark chicken legs and, for some reason, there are bubbles coming out of their heads.
  • The second picture shows a Ratcicle in "Timber Trials". Also note the green Mojo multiplier behind the chains. Those are blue in the game.
  • The third picture shows an Ee-Lectric in "Revengeance 2: The Revengicide".

Magma Mia

Magma Mia

(contributed by Christopher Burke)
  • The mosquito bot is shown purple here.
  • The sky has swirly clouds which don't appear in the final version.
  • The lava doesn't splash while the mosquito bot is drilling on it.
  • There are blue metal platforms in the middle of the lava, with flames coming out between them.

A New Flop

A New Flop

(contributed by Crashycoot and Kupix)
  • The bulbs on Coco's machine are light blue instead of yellow.
  • The mailbox and the flower pot in the back are, for some reason, enormous.

Mojo
Mojo

Mojo

(contributed by Simon)
  • The Mojo in these screenshots looks quite different from the final version.
  • Some Ratnicians in the second screenshot are not supposed to be there (Episode 2).

Mojo Counter
Mojo Counter

Mojo Counter

(contributed by Pablo Barbará)

The icon for the Mojo counter used to be black and yellow instead of blue.


Show Some Leg

(contributed by Samno1.CBFan)

During the "Texas Mojo repository" cutscene from the Xbox 360 demo, Cortex's airship is shown with long, metallic, bird-like legs with clawed feet.


Provisory Enemy Names

  • Foxfeather was renamed to Parafox before being renamed to Snipe.
  • Grizzly was renamed to Goar.
  • Roller became Rhinoroller.
  • Shurtle was the early name for Magmadon.
  • Stinky was later called Stench for the game's release.
  • Chiratta was the Ratnician's original name.
  • Spiderbot came to be known as Arachnina.

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