Lode Runner Twin - Justy to Liberty no Daibouken [Model SHVC-7Z]

Nintendo Super Famicom cart. published 27 years ago by T&E Soft.

Lode Runner Twin - Justy to Liberty no Daibouken [Model SHVC-7Z] screenshot

Listed and emulated in MAME.

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(Lode Runner Twin - Justy to Liberty no Daibouken)

Lode Runner Twins is a cute platform game by T&E Soft and based on Brøderbund's popular franchise. The player controls a young knight (or a priestess) whose mission is to explore all the magic caves located underneath the kingdom's castle. Their first task is to retrieve all the candies stolen by some grey little devils. Just like with any traditional Lode Runner game, each level features multi-level platforms connected with ladders and horizontal ropes. Interestingly, the game can either be played in full-screen (press Select) or with a head-up-display taking half of the screen-space. Our heroes can also dig holes using their magic powers and trap (or slowdown) the various monsters wondering around each area. However, foes only disappear if the hole happens to collapse on them, and they will then automatically reappear somewhere in the stage - but watch out, players can also fall in these holes and they will be unable to climb back out. When all the candies (and various items) are collected, a ladder appears somewhere in the level and leads to the exit. Lode Runner Twins features several play modes: Story gets the player to explore countless stages (10 areas and a total of 100 stages)m and the game's progress can be saved using a simple password system, Free Play gives tons of levels to explore in no specific order, and finally the game also features an intense horizontal split-screen two-player battle mode.

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Cartridge ID: SHVC-7Z


Lode Runner Twin for SFC was released in July 29, 1994 in Japan for 8800 Yen.


Enter KAZE in the password menu to have access to all 100 stages.


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2. Lode Runner - The Bungeling Strikes Back (1984)
3. Championship Lode Runner [Model HFC-CR] (1985, Nintendo Famicom)
3. Championship Lode Runner [Model HBS-G047C] (1985, MSX)
3. Championship Lode Runner [Sega My Card] [Model C-57] (1985, SG-1000)
3. Championship Lode Runner (1985, FM-7)
4. Lode Runner - Majin No Fukkatsu (1985)
5. Lode Runner II [Model HBS-G039C] (1985, MSX)
6. Lode Runner's Rescue (1985, Commodore C64)
7. Lode Runner - Teikoku Kara no Dasshutsu (1986)
8. Super Lode Runner [Model IFD-SLR] (1987, Nintendo Famicom Disk System)
8. Super Lode Runner [Model IM-03] (1987, MSX 2)
9. Hyper Lode Runner [Model DMG-HLA] (1989, Nintendo Game Boy)
10. Lode Runner - Lost Labyrinth [Model PV1004] (1990, NEC PC-Engine)
11. Battle Lode Runner [Model HC93054] (1993, NEC PC Engine)
12. Lode Runner Twin - Justy to Liberty no Daibouken [Model SHVC-7Z] (1994, Super Famicom)
13. Lode Runner - The Legend Returns (1994, Windows)
14. Lode Runner On-Line - The Mad Monks' Revenge (1995, PC [MS Windows 95])
15. Lode Runner - The Legend Returns [Model T-25101G] (1996, Sega Saturn)
16. Lode Runner 2 (1998, PC [Windows 95])
17. Power Lode Runner [Model SHVC-BPLJ-JPN] (1999, Super Famicom)
18. Lode Runner 3-D [Model NUS-NLRJ-JPN] (1999, Nintendo 64)
19. Lode Runner for WonderSwan [Model SWJ-BPR004] (2000, Bandai WonderSwan)
20. Lode Runner - Domdom Dan no Yabou [Model DMG-BXLJ-JPN] (2000, Nintendo Game Boy Colors)
21. Lode Runner 2 [SuperLite 1500 Series] [Model SLPM-86460] (2000, Sony PlayStation)
22. Lode Runner - The Dig Fight (2000)
23. Lode Runner [Model AGB-A39J-JPN] (2003, Nintendo Game Boy Advance)
24. Cubic Lode Runner [Hudson Selection Vol.1] [Model DOL-GQRJ-JPN] (2003, Nintendo GameCube)
24. Cubic Lode Runner [Hudson Selection Vol.1] [Model SLPM-62404] (2003, Sony PlayStation 2)


See Goodies section.
Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com