Lolo 1 (adventures of)

série: NES
éditeur: Nintendo
genre: Game Puzzle
classement: Box TV3
format: Nes 1988 avec boitier et mode d'emploi
état: TBE
valeur: 30 €
critère: ***
remarques: le premier jeu de la série, il y a 10 levels avec 5 chambres chaque
= 50 chambres à maîtriser,
pas de combat final contre Egger, le prince des ténèbres,
Lolo recevant la libération de la princesse Lala

le jeu est amusant, une nouvelle forme de jeu, et pas trop difficile
avec un bon graphisme et musique

the adventures of Lolo is a puzzle video game released in 1989
by HAL Corporation for the Nintendo Entertainment System,
it is based on the Japanese Eggerland video game series,
it is a compilation of puzzles from previous Eggerland games
and contains no original stages of its own,

the player assumes the role of Lolo and attempts to rescue Princess Lala
who has been kidnapped by the evil King Egger, Lolo travels to Egger's castle,
with 50 rooms arranged in 10 floors of five,
within each room, Lolo must collect several hearts in order to open a treasure chest
and collect the gem inside, which will open the exit to the next room or floor,
the player must navigate the obstacles in each room and avoid or neutralize
several different types of enemies, which vary by movement and attack pattern,
all enemies disappear once Lolo picks up the gem;
the player can move, slide certain blocks around the screen
and fire a limited number of shots at enemies,
when an enemy is shot, it becomes encased in an egg for a short time;
this can be pushed to a new location, used as a bridge to cross water,
or shot again to make it disappear temporarily,
Lolo can gain other powers on specific screens, such as the ability
to smash rocks or build a bridge,
some enemies are not affected by Lolo's shots

one life is lost whenever Lolo is shot or touched by certain enemies,
others will not kill him, but can impede his movement
by standing still or freezing in place when touched,
the player can restart a screen at any time, at the cost of one life

it was released in North America on 20 April 1989 and in Europe in February 1991,
a Nintendo representative commented that Nintendo was "trying
to stretch the kids' imaginations" with Lolo

adventures of Lolo was followed by two sequels for the NES:
- adventures of Lolo 2 and adventures of Lolo 3 in 1990 and 1991 respectively,
a Game Boy follow-up was released in 1994 with the same name
(it is known in Japan as Lolo no Daibouken)

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