Parallel World (video game)

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Parallel World
Parallel World
Cover art
Developer(s) EIM[1]
Publisher(s) Varie[1][2]
Composer(s) Hirohiko Takayama
Platform(s) Family Computer
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Real-time puzzle[1][2]
Mode(s) Single-player

Parallel World (ぱられるワールド?) is a puzzle video game developed by EIM and published by Varie. It was released in Japan for the Family Computer on August 10, 1990.

Summary[edit]

The player and his girlfriend must find their way back home after being sucked into an alternate universe.[1]

A magnificent castle full of 25 different game worlds block their progress, however, and they are filled with enemies on every stage.[1] The player has an overhead view to destroy the enemies for extra loot.[1] Given a strict time limit of 100 seconds to solve each puzzle, the game rewards fast puzzle solvers.[1] The first player controls the male while the second player controls the female.[1] Players only start with three lives and lose them when time runs out or when a monster comes into contact with him/her.[1]

Enemies in the game include springs, rollers, witches, and zombies.[1]

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