Labyrinth: Maou no Meikyuu

Labyrinth: Maou no Meikyuu

Labyrinth is a maze game similar to Gauntlet, but with a more definite goal and some adventure elements. It is based upon the Jim Henson film of the same name incorporates many scenes from the movie as areas with the maze. The goal of the game is...

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Name Labyrinth: Maou no Meikyuu
Alternate Name
Labyrinth: Maze of the Goblin King
Alternate Name
Labyrinth: The Computer Game
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Platform Nintendo Entertainment System
Release Date January 7, 1987
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Atlus
Publishers Tokuma Shoten
Genres Action
Max Players 1
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 2.2
Total Votes: 5
Wikipedia https://strategywiki.org/wiki/Labyrinth_(Famicom)
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Labyrinth is a maze game similar to Gauntlet, but with a more definite goal and some adventure elements. It is based upon the Jim Henson film of the same name incorporates many scenes from the movie as areas with the maze. The goal of the game is to collect twelve coins Sara can use to buy back her baby brother from his kidnapper, the goblin king, Jareth. There is one coin in each of the twelve mazes surrounding the central castle. At first only a few of the mazes are accessible; however, upon collecting a section of a broken key, of which there is also one per region, Sara is sent to a hub where a friendly goblin will open up a new area. Each section of the maze has its own gimmick, for instance the Hedge Maze rearranges itself as the player wanders through it, and the Fieries' Forest is filled with teleports. The areas are also connected via a large underground maze. Upon gaining all the sections of the key Sara can open the door to the castle and enter the final series of mazes, however, she cannot win if she has not collected all of the coins.
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