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Chiki Chiki Boys ( Mega Drive )

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This platform-based action game was converted from a Capcom arcade game, and set in the land of Alurea. The idyllic life of the Alurean people was shattered when the King is killed by a dragon, and a range of nasties inhabit the lands. Fortunately his twin sons have come to the rescue, and you must take control of one or the other to put the world right.

The boys have differing skills - one is more skilled in sword-fighting (which you are always armed with), the other in magic (available in limited amounts on each level). You collect coins as the game goes on, and spend these in the shop on extra magic, extra lives and enhanced swords.

There are 3 levels on offer - Earth, The Heavens and The Sea, and these can be tackled in any order. The first is straight platform action, the second involves jumping across clouds, and the third sees your characters swim. After those are completed, you must venture into the Monster Castle and finally slay the dragon.

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Published by U.S. Gold Ltd. Developed by Capcom Co., Ltd. Released 1991 Platforms Amiga, Atari ST, Genesis, TurboGrafx CD Genre Action Perspective Platform Non-Sport Arcade Misc Coin-Op Conversion

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Condition Good
Case / Box Good
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