Bunker 1 was the first level that was actually playable in the game, and was the only playable level for some time. Despite this, there are not many known changes over the course of its development.
- Bond had access to the laser and the rocket launcher in this mission, probably for testing purposes.
- The computer monitors in this stage all used the Bond silhouette as a placeholder image. It was stationary and did not scroll like the one in the final does.
- The watch menu name for this stage was originally S E V E R N A Y A I N T 1. I N T stands for Interior, while Surface was Exterior.
- This mission was originally supposed to take place in the present, rather than four years prior to the main storyline.
- Something was originally planned to be drawn over the world map on the main screen. The screen used in that location in the final can show three picture-in-picture images, and there are unused pads for several additional screens that could overlap these. Possibly the locations of the satellites and their targets, like in the film.
Setup File LeftoversEdit
Several pads are unused by the final game. Based on their placement in the setup file, it is often easy to determine what objects were attached to them. Below is a list of the unused pads, and the objects that were probably originally placed on them.
00 Basic PadsEdit
- 0014: Russian Soldier (main room)
- 0017: Russian Soldier (main room, ledge near camera)
- 0019: Unknown (main room, possibly soldiers or crates)
- 001A: Unknown (main room, possibly soldiers or crates)
- 001B: Unknown (main room, possibly soldiers or crates)
- 001C: Unknown (main room, possibly soldiers or crates)
- 001D: Unknown (main room, possibly soldiers or crates)
- 001F: Unknown (main room, probably crate)
2710 Advanced PadsEdit
- 2717: Window Glass (main room, ledge near camera, behind 2745)
- 273D: Wall Monitor Screen (main room, large, in front of actual center screen)
- 273E: Wall Monitor Screen (main room, picture-in-picture for 273D)
- 273F: Wall Monitor Screen (main room, picture-in-picture for 273D)
"hello" is also a debug comment found in the action block that spawns endless guards when the alarm rings. Possibly related to this text string?
Apparently, this mission was originally supposed to mark the transition between Bond's past and present, however Surface 1 says the mission takes place four years ago: