Wardner (video game)

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Wardner
Wardner Box Art.jpg
US box art
Developer(s) Toaplan
Publisher(s) Taito
Visco
Platform(s) Arcade
Sega Mega Drive / Sega Genesis
Famicom Disk System
Release date(s) 1987 (arcade)
1988 (FDS)
1990 (MD)
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player
Two-player (alternating)
Cabinet Upright
Display Horizontally oriented

Wardner (original Japanese title: Forest of Wardner (ワードナの森 Wardner no Mori?) is a action platform video game developed internally by Toaplan. The game was released in 1987 by Taito.

Description[edit]

Using the keyboard, the player controls a character by the name of Dover through various forest game levels battling creatures in an attempt to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend, Mia from the evil Wardner. The simple run and jump controls are supplemented with the ability to throw balls of fire. The player collects gold coins throughout the game; at the end of each level, the coins are exchangeable for protective devices, and weapons.[1]

Other versions[edit]

The game was ported to the Famicom Disk System in 1988 in Japan. A 1990 port to Sega Mega Drive is titled Wardner no Mori Special in Japan. The North American version of the arcade game is alternately titled Pyros. The console game was never officially distributed in Europe, but the arcade game was commonplace.[2]

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