- Colbert Bump: The English fan-translation 46 OkuMen steadily picked up traffic as well as the game itself on various gaming websites such as Siliconera, Kotaku, as well as twitter retweets from other gaming twitter pages after a few days after the initial release. The game also made headline on foreign gaming websites such as Otaku Freaks (Spanish), RetroGaming History (Italian), and RetroVillage (also Italian).
- The original Colbert Bump is credited to the Castlevania Dungeon in a page discussing Castlevania-like games.
- Fan Translation: An English translation was done by 46 OkuMen, who also worked on a translation for E.V.O.: The Theory of Evolution also for the PC-98.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Rusty was developed by a relatively small development team that went defunct around the late 90's/early 2000's, and the game was never officially redistributed in any shape or form. You'll be hard pressed to find legitimate copies of the original floppy discs of the game on PC-98 or MS-DOS.
- No Export for You: The game was released only in Japan on the PC-98, a computer system that was also never brought over outside of Japan. There was also a MS-DOS version of the game, but it requires being played on DOS/V, a Japanese version of the MS-DOS system, otherwise players may experience game-breaking crashes on a non-Japanese system as a result.
Trivia / Rusty