Werewolf: The Last Warrior

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Werewolf: The Last Warrior
Werewolf The Last Warrior cover.jpg
Cover art used in North America and Europe
Developer(s) Data East/SAS Sakata
Publisher(s) Data East (NA/EU)
Takara (Japan)
Director(s) Ken Fukaki
Programmer(s) Motohiro Umeki
H. Itoh
Artist(s) T. Watanabe
Eiichiro Nakatsu
Composer(s) Shogo Sakai
Takafumi Miura
Yusuke Takahama
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System
  • NA: November, 1990
  • JP: June 28, 1991
  • EU: September 26, 1991
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player

Werewolf: The Last Warrior, known in Japan as Super Werewolf Chronicle Warwolf (超人狼戦記WARWOLF(ウォーウルフ)?, Chō Jinrō Senki Wōurufu), is an Nintendo Entertainment System platform game about a werewolf that made its debut in 1990 in North America. It starred a werewolf character named "Warwolf".[1]


The game took place on "Red Earth"—Earth's second colony planet.[1] Dr. Faryan adventured into a cave and awoke an ancient evil that made him turn into an evil entity.[1] Afterwards, Dr. Faryan created a bunch of evil mutants who imprisoned nearly everyone on Earth.[2] The only hope for humanity is a man named "Ken" who could transform into a werewolf named "Warwolf".[1]


Getting red "W"s made the hero turn into a werewolf, granting him a longer range melee attack, wall-climbing ability. Getting blue "W"s made him turn back into a man. Getting bubbles added to his anger meter and getting five of them turned him into a super werewolf that could jump very high.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d Game Kommander. 超人狼戦記WARWOLF(ウォーウルフ)Retrieved June 27, 2011, from http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hzk/kommander/rvwwolf.html
  2. ^ The Review Busters. Retrieved June 27, 2011, from http://www.reviewbusters.net/game/review.aspx?id=583
  3. ^ Moby Games Werewolf: The Last Warrior. Retrieved June 27, 2011, from http://www.mobygames.com/game/werewolf-the-last-warrior