Fausseté Amour [Model NXCD-2017]
The NEC PC-Engine CD Game by Naxat Soft.
Emulated in MAME !
[CONSOLE] NEC PC-Engine CD Game
Fausseté Amour © 1993 Naxat Soft.
Fausseté Amour is a cute platform/action game by Naxat Soft. The game tells the adventures of Koruku Ransu, a young blue-haired warrior girl. The evil lord Goat Bone has kidnaped her beloved sister and also controls the minds of most of her best friends. Koruku wears a strong pink armor - like lady warriors always do - and her main weapon is a double ended-spear that can extend into a long chain and function as a hook, handy feature allowing her to swing and reach high platforms. Koruku can also cast three kinds of magic spells : Green for magic-waves, Red for forward-stars and Blue for vertical-arrows. Fairies are also scattered around each level, they often hide themselves in the background and will stay hidden until Kokuru finds them. They drop power-ups when hit, like magic spells or spare armors. An amusing detail, obviously borrowed from Capcom's Ghost'n Goblins, is the spectacle depicted when Kokuru gets hit by an enemy - she loses her armor and walks around in white underwear. If she gets hit once more, she then loses her thin protection and the game is over. The game features seven long stages and one of Kokuru's friend awaits at the end of each one of them - however, she will have to defeat their dark side first and free their controlled minds.
Fausseté Amour was released on March 26, 1993 in Japan for 7600 Yen.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com