Low G Man: The Low Gravity Man

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Low G Man: The Low Gravity Man
Low G Man: The Low Gravity Man
North American cover art
Developer(s) KID
Publisher(s) Taxan
Producer(s) Ken Lobb
Composer(s) Nobuyuki Shioda
Norio Nakagata
Ryota Musha
Platform(s) NES
Release date(s)
  • NA September 1990
  • EU 1991
Genre(s) Action
Platform
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution 2-megabit cartridge

Low G Man: The Low Gravity Man (or simply Low G Man) is a futuristic action video game developed by KID for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game includes a password feature for players to restore their progress after receiving a game over screen.

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This video game was unusual for a science fiction game in that rather than the usual laser gun weapon, the player had a freeze ray that did no damage to enemies; once they were frozen, the player had to stab them from the top or bottom with an extending spear. Other weapons included fireballs, boomerangs, 'force-waves,' and bombs. The name of the game derives from the protagonist's high-powered jumping, which at its maximum power reaches three screen-heights; this allows the player to kill enemies without freezing them, which generated more power-ups. The plot was a typical alien invasion scenario, in which evil aliens took over a robot-manufacturing planet.

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