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Well, for The Simpsons Hit and Run, I guess it's. .. I wonder how many people searched "Simpson's Hit n Run ending" after watching this?. Here is a list of Unused Content in The Simpsons: Hit & Run. .. Judging by the file names, these would have played in relation to earning a reward in Level 1. .. These messages end up unused in the PC version: STREET RACE. Meant to . Here is a comprehensive analysis of the Simpsons' marriage timeline, and Bart gets hit by a car, the Simpson family sue Mr Burns over the accident, At the end of the episode, Marge successfully manages to take the gun.
When the player makes it to the doors, they will be closed. They can still get in by using the jump code to get in through the walls. The mansion has nearly the exact same appearance as it does in Level 4, except the gag from Level 4 is missing. In addition, the furniture is missing.
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Once the player is in, it is nearly impossible to get out: If the player attempts to get out of the mansion through the front yard, they will respawn in the Nuclear Power Plant. Although, it is possible that Mr. Burns' Mansion was originally supposed to be accessible in Level 1, as according to two PR asset discs in the mission "The Fat and Furious", Homer would have to climb over the mansion's fence to talk to Mr.
Also judging by how the mansion seems fully modelled on the inside with all features it has in Level 4, with the exception of the gag that flips and reveals many traps in Mr. This could most likely show that the mansion was originally accessible in Level 1 much like how the rich side was supposed to be accessible in Level 7.
Unused Bonus Track Edit Homer on the unused bonus track Present in the game's files, there exists an unused, oval-shaped Springfield track that takes place in a stadium. Being in a mostly complete state, it may have been an early concept or just cut because it was probably considered too short. The track itself resembles the racing track from the episode "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily". Although there are various ways to access it, the fastest and easiest way is to replace l1i Drive to the school in Level 1, everything but some parts of the scenery and the bonus track in the distance will be invisible.
Now the player can drive to the bonus track. It is very easy to crash it this way, but this is again the easiest way to access the track.
It is most likely left in the game as a placeholder for a test map. It does not appear to be based on any of the seven present bonus tracks, as it features several holes, ramps, and bumps that would make it appropriate for an off-road track.TREEHOUSE OF HORROR (Simpsons Hit and Run ENDING)
Much like testlevelb02l, it is not based on any present bonus track, and is most likely a placeholder. Past the Bridge in Level 7 Edit In Level 7, the area of Evergreen Terrace is fenced off from both sides of the map from the Power Plant, a door barricade is in place, and from the school, the bridge is broken and covered by spotlights and military installationbut with the cheat codes that allow cars to jump by honking the horn and gain invincibility, the player can get past the school bridge barrier and go to the bridge.
Any car will work, but the RC Car is recommended, as it is the easiest to fit. The bridge has weird collision, like the walls or watchtower not being solid. After the player manages to get past the bridge, one can go to the other side, however, the area is incomplete and isn't solid. The houses look a bit different, as they are missing the walls and gates that were in front of them in Levels 1 and 4, and there are two floating "Springfield Gasoline" signs which are missing the grey poles that supported them in the previous Suburb levels where the gas station is supposed to be.
There is a house in place of the gas station instead. However, if a player manages to get to the roof of the non-solid house that replaced the ramp going beyond, respawning and going back, the jump camera enables. Interestingly, there are spawn points on the other side of the blockades along with solid ground which can be driven on, making it easier for the player to get to the other side of the bridge.
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At the end of the day, Homer is sent home from work and watches a news report on TV, which informs him that the mysterious cameras and black vans are being spotted all across town. He notices one of the vans spying on him outside the house, and decides to pursue it, leading him to Mr. Homer concludes that Mr. Burns is responsible for the wasps, and goes to confront him.
However, Burns reveals that the black vans are simply pizza delivery vans, and proceeds to fire and release his guard dogs on Homer. The next day, Bart skips school in search of the new game, Bonestorm II. After evading Principal Skinnerhe does tasks for certain people who give him a lead onto finding the game.
The trail leads him to Professor Frink who, in turn for a few errands, lets Bart see the new Truckasaurus, a giant mechanical dinosaur. Bart is nearly attacked by it, but escapes before disappearing in a tractor beam. Lisa attempts to find her brother by exploring the Squidport area for clues. She learns from Grampa that black sedans that have been appearing around town are connected to Bart's disappearance, she also learns from Chief Wiggum that government-style agents have been appearing across the Squidport area.
Lisa destroys the sedans, but finds them to be empty. After completing a task for the Sea Captainshe destroys a black limo but discovers Bart got out of it and boarded a ship. She finds Bart on the ship; he appears to have memory loss and is mumbling unintelligibly, as well as soiling his pants, while occasionally mentioning the sedans and Buzz Cola.
Marge sets out to learn what has affected Bart. As she investigates a crop circle that recently appeared in Cletus Spuckler 's crop field, Grampa tells her that the crop circle resembles the Buzz Cola logo. Marge gives a can of the cola to Bart, which snaps him out of his gibberish state of mind. Bart reveals that the new Buzz Cola is an alien mind-control agentwhich he was given while abducted. Marge decides to purge Springfield of cola trucks, but in spite of her efforts, the drink still maintains its popularity with consumers.
After some unsuccessful leads, he finally comes across Snake Jailbirdwho tells him that the cola trucks are registered to the Springfield Museum of Natural History. Apu and Bart get to the museum, where they find a meteor as the source of the cola.
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They eavesdrop on a conversation between aliens Kang and Kodoswho are the masterminds behind the new cola and the wasp cameras.
Apu and Bart learn that the wasp cameras are filming the antics of Springfield for an intergalactic reality show, Foolish Earthlings. With the show's ratings hitting an all-time low, the aliens are using the cola to make people insane; the next stage of their plot is to distribute laser guns among the populace to drive the town to a violent massacre sure to draw many viewers.
He asks Krusty for help, but Krusty informs Bart that he has already helped the Duff Brewery set up free laser gun stands around Springfield.