Bahamut Lagoonis a Japanese tactical role-playing game developed and published by Square for the Nintendo Super Famicom on February 9, 1996. It was never officially released outside of Japan, but it was unofficially translated into English. It is often called Bahalag in Japan.
The game has been ported to several other Nintendo consoles. In 1993, it was included in Super Mario All-Stars, a SNES compilation of enhanced remakes of NES Mario games. A Game Boy Advance version, Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, was released in 2003, and included several updates. It features similar graphics to the SNES remake (the release was a port of the SNES version) along with a larger color palette and parallax scrolling, although the latter not to the same extent.
he player controls Master Higgins, a young man whose girlfriend Tina has been kidnapped by King Quiller. To rescue Tina, Higgins must traverse through a series of 32 stages. There are eight worlds called "areas", which are divided four stages or "rounds" each, which are further divided into four checkpoints. When the player reaches the fourth round of each area, he must confront a boss at the end to continue to the next area.
The various types of enemies encountered in the game have their own means of attack. The basic blue-colored ninja directly charge the player, while some leap with their swords, or throw shuriken and makibishi; there are also acrobatic kunoichi female ninja, attack dogs and even people who are on fire. The enemies may be beaten down or avoided. At the end of each level, one of the "super warrior" bosses will appear which needs to be defeated to progress to the next level.
The game allows players to do combat strategies with tanks, airplanes, military bases, and non-nuclear missiles. These advanced weapons allow players to stage a fictional World War III and to simulate modern warfare. Players can assume the persona of various clichéd Hollywood action film stars like Rambo, Chuck Norris, Eddie Murphy Bruce Lee, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Stages include a jungle, forest, the swamp, and urban terrain.
Bravoman can mainly use his telescopic limbs to attack enemies. Depending on his position (jumping, crouching etc.) he will either use his arms, legs or head to attack. The arcade had 6 pressure sensitive buttons that allowed the player to control how strong an attack and how high a jump would be. Most enemy projectiles can be blocked by Bravoman's attacks.
Famicom Jump II: Strongest Seven is a 1991 RPG for the Nintendo Family Computer. The sequel to Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden, the game features seven main characters (as the subtitle indicates) from different Weekly Sh?nen Jump manga serialized at the time. Only four of the 16 represented titles from the original are brought back, while the remaining three are new to the sequel. There would not be another crossover game until the release of Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars.
While the ship can be powered up, it exists as a special condition. When the power-up conditions are met, the ship will evolve from a TYPE-1 basic state to a TYPE-2 intermediate & eventually to a TYPE-3 fully powered up. In its basic state, the player can shoot a cannon shot forward from each wing. Continuing to fire shots in a turbo-like fashion is theoretically possible. most games, destroying enemies alone does not qualify as a method for powering up. Collecting parts is the key to making.