[ARCADE] Sega Mega-Tech Cart.
Golden Axe II © 1991 Sega.
Not long after the malign reign of the Death Adder has ended, another evil rises. The peace of the land has again been threatened, this time by 'Dark Guld', who was supposed to be imprisoned but apparently is not. He has instead now gotten his hands on the Golden Axe, and is using it for his own nasty purposes, and with his minions is causing much chaos.
So once more, Ax-Battler, the fierce barbarian; Tyris-Flare, the fearless Amazon; Gilius Thunderhead, the ferocious dwarf, rise up to deal with the oppression, with their might and magic, and recover the Golden Axe.
Runs on the "Mega-Tech System" hardware.
Cartridge ID: 610-0239-57
Released in December 1991.
Wave Master released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Golden Axe The Music - WM-0595~7) on 21/02/2008 containing music from the original arcade and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis series.
* Level Select : while the opening screen scrolls, simultaneously hold A+B+C+Start.
Still holding A, release B+C and press them again.
This will bring you to the options screen.
Still holding A, release B+C, select 'exit' and press B+C once more.
You'll be back at the main menu.
Still holding A, release B+C and hit them again to choose the number of players.
Keep all the buttons down and press Start.
Release only Start, select your character, then still holding down A+B+C, press Up and hit Start.
You can now select the level you want to play.
* Full Magic : go to the options screen and select the 'Special Magic' option.
Begin game play and Hold A when the music for the Bosses on levels 1 to 4 begins to play.
Defeat the Boss while holding A.
Release the button when the screen turns black and your character is transported to the bonus level.
Do not press any buttons or move the D-pad.
When the next level begins, player one will cast a spell that will increase the magic points to 255 (Note : Do not use more magic points that what your character normally is allowed to use.Doing so will freeze the game).
Sega Mega Drive (1991)
Sony PlayStation 2 (2006, "Genesis Collection")
Sony PSP (2006, "Genesis Collection")
Nintendo Wii (2007, "Virtual Console")