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Super Black Onyx

Super Black Onyx (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: RPG
Developer: Bullet Proof Software

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
07/14/1988

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Reader Reviews

Super Black Onyx review

Reviewed June 12, 2009

aschultz says: "Powerful, mysterious, doing-not-saying characters are a cliche in computer RPG's, but games like that are sadly rare. Super Black Onyx (SBO) is such a game. Released in Japan but using English characters, SBO relies largely on the graphic talents of Roger Dean, who designed many of Yes's and Asia's album covers, to cut through RPG red tape people take for granted. The story, you can guess from the title: there's an Onyx to find. It's up a boggle-box of a sixty-level first-person maze. But don't ..."
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