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Cool Spot
There's a hidden credit line in the SNES game's ROM which reads:
(C) 1992 Basement Boys Software

Basement Boys Software were a group famous for making hacking tools on the Commodore 64 in the late 80s, who had some members go on to Chip Level Designs, a company that used to provide sound programming for a number of SNES titles. The same credit appears in Bubsy.
Contributed by Dazz
Pokemon Red & Blue
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There's a battle against Professor Oak programmed into the game, but was never included in the final game. It is only accessible by using a Gameshark or glitching the game.

His team consists of: lv.66 Tauros, lv.67 Exeggutor, lv.68 Arcanine, lv.70 Gyarados and the starter Pokémon that neither you or your rival chose at the beginning of the game, fully evolved at lv.69.
Contributed by DidYouKnowGaming
Suikoden
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When browsing books in the library, an unused sketch of the game's iconic artwork is loaded into the ram.
Contributed by Dazz
Suikoden
There are 3 unused rune Crystals in the game's code:
Shrike crystal: Permanently attached to Kasumi and cannot be removed or obtained otherwise.
Falcon crystal: Same as the Shrike crystal but attached to Valeria.
Flame crystal: Its description reads "Bell's rune". This rune cannot be attached to any characters, and Ronnie Bell already has her own unique rune, the "Hate Rune".
Contributed by Dazz
Suikoden
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As weapon levels increase, they are also sometimes renamed. Many characters are recruited with weapons already upgraded beyond early level names for their weapons, but these names are still coded into the game.

Viewing these names, we see that Clive's weapons all have a wind theme (Wind, Storm, Tornado) and Warren's weapons are all references to the Norse God Odin, though badly mistranslated. (Slavenil, Gunnigle, Odin)
Contributed by Dazz
Pokemon Gold & Silver
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A Safari Zone was originally planned to be in the game, but removed at some point in development. As such, if accessed via a glitch or cheating device, there are no Pokemon to be found in the grass, but some can be found via fishing.
Contributed by Devicho
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
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An unused enemy soldier with a cannon is fully programmed in the game, but never used. He includes full AI, graphics and animations.
Contributed by Dazz
Kirby's Adventure
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The graphics of an unused ability are stored in the game in which Kirby appears to be mini, similar to an ability featured in a much later title, Kirby & the Amazing Mirror.
Contributed by Dazz
Harvest Moon DS Cute
The Japanese version of the game contains a "Best Friends" system, which effectively functions as a same-sex marriage. To avoid controversy, this was dropped from the North American version.
Contributed by Devicho
Harvest Moon DS
Due to a glitch preventing North American copies of the game from recording the amount of animals that die on the player's farm, the Witch Princess is not marriageable as intended, as in order to see her first heart event you must have at least 50 animals die.
Contributed by Devicho
Astal
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There's an unused sprite in the game's data of what appears to be Mario, though the sprite's palette is more in line with that of his original outfit of red dungarees with a blue shirt.
Contributed by Dazz
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