God, no please no ! (it's already enough a huge mess like that !)hould there be separate pages for each Chinese, retroUSB, or infiniteneslives clone of MMC1, MMC3, and other mappers first implemented using an ASIC? Should there be pages for "INL-ROM v1", "INL-ROM v2", and "INL-ROM v3"?
In this case, yes. But you'd note that, technically there is absolutely no mention of "AOROM" anywhere on the hardware, so this game is not AOROM, not even AxROM.The NesCartDB entry for that game says "PCB Class: ACCLAIM-AOROM", or in other words, "This is Acclaim's board that implements the behavior first established by the AxROM series."
Also, you'd note that the Japanese version of Deadly Towers has a "PCB Class : IREM-BNROM", despite the fact the game was released before the term "BNROM" even existed (as only the american Deadly Towers, released one year later, ever had this name printed on it's PCB).
Calling it "mapper #34" is also wrong because of the confusion with the NINA, so there is no proper and technically correct name for calling the Deadly Towers' mapper, period.
(don't say me that the Nintendo name as the priority, either, because the american version of "Batman : Return of the Joker" does not have a PCB class of "SUNSOFT-JSROM", which would be it's name following this logic)
I know I'm being an asshole, and I probably myself bring the confusion between circuit boards and mappers, as everyone on this board do. However, technically this is wrong, I'm just trying to point it out. Now I don't know too much what is good for the wiki.