Some people asked for the US NTSC version of Super Turrican MSU...
You people are crazy!
The game was made in germany. It has to be played in 50 Hz! D:
Factor 5 did a bad job on having both versions consistent in manner of speed. It almost feels like the only difference between them is that the US version has the SEIKA logo.
This is why i conclude here that the US version is a little bit more difficult but also more fast paced if you like that. On my TV set the 60 Hz video signal is more crisp but this is not the version i've grown up with...
I'll stick to PAL.
Anyway, you asked for it:
Download Super Turrican MSU v0.3
I will remove v0.2 in a few days or weeks from Dropbox as it won't be needed anymore. Version 0.3 contains the PAL version as well so don't bother loading the old one.
I only play tested the NTSC port once. I had to rewrite some of the code to get it right. The program code of Super Turrican is compressed on the cart. But hacking compressed code in an algorithm i don't know is tedious. I had to work around this time making the NTSC version behave different.
Especially the title screen is buggy as the cursor won't show up by itself. But apart from that the US version is fully playable and hasn't shown signs of failure during my playthrough.....
Please keep in mind that even the original version of Super Turrican can crash on 1chip SNES models and i'm not able to debug that. The SPC is prone to hang himself in this game.
Turrican Soundtrack Anthology:
The music in this game is an altered version of the Turrican Soundtrack Anthology made by Chris Hülsbeck. If you like the Soundtrack you can buy it from his bandcamp site
in lossless FLAC and MP3. There are 4 albums to get, containing not
only the arranged Soundtrack for Super Turrican but also for the other
games as well. If you are confused by the sheer amounts of music Chris has made there is also website especially for the Turrican Soundtrack albums.