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Lutter

Lutter (FDS) game cover art
Platform: Famicom Disk System
Tags: Action
Developer: Athena

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
11/24/1989

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Reader Reviews

Lutter review

Reviewed July 01, 2009

aschultz says: "For those of us disappointed we're at the end of the road with obscure NES titles to discover and love, Famicom Disk System games like Lutter give us one more chance to discover something new. Lutter features basic RPG, maze and puzzle elements without dedicating itself too much to any genre or bogging itself down in controls: combat is repeated collision, the A button chooses puzzle items, and B allows for save-game or surrender. It's not especially difficult, but it's hardly stupid. And..."
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