Talk:The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner

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Name of the game?[edit]

What the heck is the actual name of this game? Most places list 3-D WorldRunner (sometimes the "r" in "Runner" is lowercase) just as the box shows, but the title screen states "The 3-D Battles of World Runner" (perhaps "World" and "Runner" are joined, but I can't really tell). Furthermore, the List_of_Square_Enix_games#Square_Co..2C_Ltd. page states "The 3-D Battles of World Runner," and yet the page's actual name is "3-D Worldrunner."

The Japanese version of this game is known as Tobidase Daisakusen, which I believe literally translates into "Start flying large maneuvers."

As for the game's sequel, I'm not sure what its name is either. Some places (such as ROM sites) state "JJ Tobidase Daisakusen - Part II" (which is what the title screen of the game states). Others state "Jumpin' Jack," while the game's cartridge simply says "JJ."

What do you guys think? - Tristam 02:07, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

I know this is a real old comment, but I just wanted to say a bit on the Japanese title. "Tobidase Daisakusen" doesn't translate (even literally) to "start flying large maneuvers". It translates into "Mission Jump Out" (Tobidase is "jump out", Daisakusen is "mission" or "operation"), "Jump Out" referring to the game's 3D feature (where you put glasses on and the game literally jumps out of the screen).

As for proper title, I suppose whichever it seems fit, it's not even listed on the Square-Enix game page. 20:06, 10 March 2008 (UTC)

Levels?[edit]

Can anyone post a list of each level/world and what it looks like as well as what the boss of each level looks like? If I remember correctly, the 2nd boss is a mechanical snake and the 3rd boss is a bubble-like snake.


There is also a property I haven't found mentioned. The 1st boss had to only be fought once, but the 2nd boss had to be fought 2 times and the 3rd boss had to be fought 3 times to be defeated and proceed to the next level. Beyond that I'm not sure (I never got past World 4 and last played the game in the early '90s).

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Please comment on Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Nintendo#Removing WP:Nintendo templates. Kariteh 08:19, 15 July 2007 (UTC)