Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle

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Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle
Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle
Game Boy cover art
Developer(s) Eurocom[1]
Publisher(s) GameTek[1]
Platform(s) Game Boy[1]
Game Gear[2]
Release date(s) Game Boy: Game Gear:
Genre(s) 2D action platformer[1]
Mode(s) Single-player[4]
Distribution ROM cartridge

Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle is a 1994 video game for the Game Boy and Game Gear video game systems.[2]

Summary[edit]

Players get to control Tarzan (based on the famous character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs for his novel Tarzan of the Apes) in six different missions set in Africa.[5]

These include curing the Great Ape's disease and saving his friends from the evil poachers.[5] These poachers want to capture the wildlife and place them in their zoos.[2] Weapons that can be utilized include: spears, knives, and arrows.[5] Pitfalls and obstacles are to be avoided in order to collect the mandatory quest item.[5] Under a strict time limit, players can swing on vines and swim vast bodies of water to cross various parts of stages.[5]

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