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Alex Kidd in Miracle World technical data

Name Alex Kidd in Miracle World
System Master System II
Year 1986
Developer Sega
Genre Action

"Alex Kidd in Miracle World" is a Sega Master System video game developed and published by Sega in 1986. It is the first game in the Alex Kidd series, and it introduced the titular character, Alex Kidd, as the protagonist. In this game, players take control of Alex as he navigates through various worlds and challenges to rescue his father, the King of Radaxian, and defeat the evil Janken the Great.

The game is a side-scrolling platformer, with players moving through different levels while collecting items, and jumping and dodging obstacles. The game features colorful graphics and animation that are faithful to the Alex Kidd series and the gameplay is smooth and responsive.

One of the key features of "Alex Kidd in Miracle World" is its variety of gameplay. The game features several worlds and challenges, each with its own unique theme, enemies, and obstacles. Players must master different abilities and skills, such as rock-paper-scissors, to progress through the game.

Players can also collect coins and bonuses throughout the levels, which can be used to buy power-ups such as extra lives, speed boosts, and invincibility. The game also features boss fights at the end of each world, where players have to defeat Janken the Great, using the rock-paper-scissors game, which is a recurring feature in the Alex Kidd series.

The game also features a two-player mode that allows players to play through the levels together, taking turns to control Alex. This adds an extra layer of replayability and fun to the game.

"Alex Kidd in Miracle World" was well received upon release and it was considered as one of the best games on the Sega Master System. The game was also praised for its inventive levels, memorable characters, and variety of gameplay. It was a commercial success and it helped establish Alex Kidd as a popular Sega character. Despite its age, the game still holds up well and can be enjoyed by both retro gamers and newcomers to the genre.

Master System II Action games