Yume Nikki's game files contain some unused content.
There is an unused door graphic in the tileset of Mars-san's room. It fits perfectly on one of the walls, but it just isn't there.
A huge part of FC World, known as FC World C, is unreachable. There is also a smaller island with four statues that cannot be reached in any way.
Graphics for three different FC world trees exist, but only the one on the right is actually used.
A Japanese Torii gate appears in the tileset.
The pond on Witch's Island sometimes contains some sort of sea creature called Tasei's Kid. If you noclip (preventing Madotsuki from being obstructed by objects) in his pond and interact with him, he will make a strange noise. He can also be stabbed with the Knife effect by noclipping in the pond.
A Scrapped Gate Edit
A purple gate. It was used in previous versions of the game but was removed later on.
The Lost Party Member Edit
Another Party member can be added to your party, but this never happens in the game.
It's nameless and there are no sprites associated with it. But having it in your party causes Several scripts in the game to change.
- All sane and insane Toriningen disappear. The Toriningen party and the nice lunatic in the Mall are not removed.
- The top-left cupboard in the Guillotine Room will disappear. If you stand on it's former tile and press the action button, then you will end up in front of one of the eight cupboards in the Number World. If you enter the world again, then the cupboard will have returned to its rightful spot. This works in the bigger version of the Guillotine Room, too.
- If you wake up, you will be unable to move. You can still open your menu.
- The ending is not changed at all.
This party member requirement prevents events that should be "called" from being triggered directly.
Sprites exist for a train passenger that cannot be found in game.
The Flower PathEdit
Interacting with the flowers in the Flower Path calls a common event that is meant to play from a sound file named 'flower', but it cannot be played as the file doesn't exist.
While the ship is not falling or grounded, and before the falling event is triggered, a map event is continuously triggered. This event has a 1 in 41 chance of calling a common event that is meant to play a nonexistent sound file named 'ポーン' in 1 of 4 different pitches.
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