Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise

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Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise
Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise
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Developer(s) Color Dreams
Publisher(s) Color Dreams
Programmer(s) Roger Deforest
Artist(s) Nina Stanley
Roger Deforest
Composer(s) Roger Deforest
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
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Genre(s) 2D action platformer
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution ROM cartridge

Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise is a side-scrolling platform game developed by Color Dreams for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Color Dreams published the game in the United States in 1991.

The game's player character is a boy scout who fights his way through an incongruous assortment of hostiles to defeat Doctor Demise. The setting is a Mesoamerican pyramid with three game levels. This game was to feature Lee Majors' character from the Six Million Dollar Man. However, the license was dropped at the last moment when the developers found that getting legal permission to use the likeness would be expensive.

Like all of Color Dreams' ROM cartridges for the NES, Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise has circuitry that defeats the 10NES lockout chip.

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