Nintendo Entertainment System
|Released By||Dodgy Translations|
|Platform||Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Patching Information||No Special Requirements|
|Game Date||31 May 1991|
|Release Date||01 December 2005|
|Last Modified||12 March 2016|
Egypt is an odd sort of puzzle game. You’re this Indiana Jones-type lost in a tomb who gets swallowed up by a God entrapped in an orb (don’t ask). Basically, this translates to you having to move the orb around on a grid, destroying various Egyptian idols. You accomplish this by moving the idols onto adjacent squares, which involves shifting entire rows and columns over at a time. It’s sorta like a simplified Rubick’s Cube with only one surface. It’s pretty fun, though the game starts to entirely own you after the first dozen or so levels. Check it out.
This is now fully translated. Yay!
- November 09 update*
There is a secret credits screen that wasn’t translated. To get it, hold Up, A & B right before the credits start. In addition, there’s a message already in English that you get after you beat the game on normal mode and it gets screwed up with the translation.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Egypt (J).nes - GOODNES (3.14)
- CRC32: 38DF4BE7
- MD5: 5E7BF243E25D18FEEC6035ACA444F187
- SHA-1: 605F62D4545E6A3B2AA4555728A6E6F5D5966389