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Platform: Famicom Disk System

Region: NTSC-J

Developer(s): HAL Laboratory

Publishers(s): HAL Laboratory, Inc.

ReleaseDate: 1987-01-27

Players: 1

Co-op: No

Eggerland: Souzou heno Tabidachi

Also know as: エッガーランド

Peace lasted for many years in the beautiful realm of Eden Land. The people were at peace and everything was well. However, one day the incarnation of destruction, King Egger, came from the underground realm of Eggerland seeking to destroy the peaceful realm and claim it for himself. King Eden dispatched Lala to the God Inphony to seek his help, and Inphony gave her Inphonit Power and five keys to open the gate of evil. Four gods obeyed Inphonit and joined her, but Egger caught her while she tried to stop him and concealed her in his underground labyrinth of Eggerland. Fortunately, she succeeded in concealing the Inphonit Power, and Five Keys and Four Gods in the land of Eggerland. Lolo, prince of Gentle Land, heard the news that Lala had been captured and immediately ran to Eggerland to rescue her. Eggerland: Journey to the Creation (Eggerland: Souzou heno Tabidachi) is a part of the Eggerland series. The storyline isn't really known since there is no storyline in the game. All you see is Lolo, the main character walk into a castle, and the doors shut behind him. There are 50 rounds in the game, which is less than the other Eggerland Famicom games. The game is unique out of all the other Eggerland titles for Famicom by allowing the player to create their own levels. Like the other Eggerland games, the objective of each stage is simple; collect all the heart frames and then collect the orb inside the treasure box to proceed to the next level. It won't be easy though; King Egger has sent forth his enemies to take care of you. Lolo must use certain tactics to get by, such as trapping the enemies or knocking them off the screen temporarily.

ESRB Rating: Not Rated

Genre(s): Puzzle

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