[CONSOLE] NEC PC-Engine Game
????? © 1991 Naxat Soft.
Coryoon is a cute side-scrolling shooter by Naxat Soft. The player takes control of a small flying dragon whose best friend, a beautiful young princess, has been transformed into a little girl and captured by an evil demon named A-D?ru. But the mysterious and demonic villain has also doomed the world and left behind his legions of terrible monsters. Coryoon, our pet dragon, has only one thing left to do; he must face a near impossible quest, defeat the advancing foes and eventually overpower their master. Coryoon has an arsenal of three fire-blowing techniques to help him in his fight. These power orbs are carried around by pink storks and range from red flames (powerful but with a limited range), blue waves (fast, wide and long range) and yellow lightnings (small but can be fired in many directions at once). Each weapon can be powered up a maximum of three times and the player can release the fire button for a short amount of time to charge up more powerful fireballs. Although most of the enemies drop fruits when defeated, some drop special items in the shape of playing card suits (such as small dragon (diamond), protective fairies (heart) and smart bomb (spade)) and rare giant chickens even drop dragon-option
Released on November 29, 1991 in Japan for 6800 Yen.
A set of cheat-codes can be entered in the sound menu. To activate them, press Select (or up and down) on the title screen to enter the sound menu. There, just highlight the listed tracks, one at the time, and press II between each entry. A chime (Coryoon's voice) will play indicating that the code was successfully entered.
No fruits mode - 00 03 05 10 00 03 05 10
Select level - 08 08 01 01 08 02 04 07
20 lives - 03 07 03 05 01 08 08 01 01 04
Weapon max power - 08 04 01 03 07 05 06 04
4 screens mode - 06 04 08 06 04 08 06 04 08
Black & White 4 screens mode - 01 04 05 06 05 06 05 06 05 06 05 06
Ending - 02 04 05 02 09 04
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com
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