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Wonder Boy in Monster Land

Wonder Boy  in Monster Land (SMS) game cover art
Platform: Sega Master System
Genre: Action
Developer: West One
AKA: Super Wonder Boy: Monster World (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1988
EU
??/??/1988
JP
01/31/1988

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Staff Reviews

Wonder Boy in Monster Land review

Reviewed January 12, 2004

Marc Golding says: "Follow me through Monster Land. Undertake a battle of wits (or memory) with the Sphinx. Vanquish the Grim Reaper with your shortest sword, his damage meter worn plainly and usefully (however silly it may look to super-realism spoiled gamers) on his chest. All the end-of-level foes wear this medallion of sorts, and it says a lot about the way the game strikes me as a whole. Colourful, unpretentious, unequivocal. "
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