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 a fun and simple puzzle game, released by Human Entertainment.
You play the role of a young, unnamed adventurer (looking similar to Indiana Jones) who’s exploring an unknown shrine. He wanders too far deep inside until he finds a shining gem, from which a voice spoke. A goddess was trapped inside the shrine by a wicked man, and her power is almost gone. She creates a gem as her avatar which has the power to unlock the myriad seals in the shrine, but she cannot move it herself. She asks the adventurer to move the gem on her behalf and free her from the cursed shrine (as well as freeing himself).
The gem is used to move tiles in an eight by eight grid and must match special tiles together to remove them from the grid. If two or three special tiles match, they disappear. When all special tiles are removed, the seal is removed, and the gem moves on to another room in a temple, each room increasing in difficulty as the game progresses.
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