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Wario Land II
Game Profile
Description

Captain Syrup and her gang of pirates broke into Wario's castle and took all of his treasure. In order to get the booty back; Wario must travel through a world of action and excitement. Even though Wario is invincible, enemies are still to be feared. Getting hit by them will cost Wario valuable coins and could even have other negative effects, like turning him into a zombie. Once you defeat Captain Syrup, there are more levels to conquer and even more treasure to find. After you get through all of the levels, you will want to go back and try to find all of the hidden paths and bonuses each level has to offer. Will Wario be able to recover his treasures? Is there something really sinister going on? Play WARIO LAND II and find the answers for yourself.

Reviews

Review
Written by Paul Jankura on 06/22/00
With excellent color, control, and sound this title is an essential game for any GBC owner. Not being able to die is a refreshing twist.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Game Boy
PUBLISHER:
Nintendo
DEVELOPER:
Nintendo
GENRE: Platformer
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
February 10, 1999
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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