Platform: Sega, IBM PC, Amiga, Atari, Commodore 64, PC Engine, WonderSwan, ZX-Spectrum, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo VC, iOS, Android, Windows
Wikipedia: Golden Axe
First release: January 27, 1989
Golden Axe (ゴールデンアックス, Gōruden Akkusu) – a side-scrolling, beat’em up, hack and slash arcade video game released in 1989 by Sega for the System 16-B arcade hardware.
GOLDEN AXE is a two-player game which can be played with a joystick, the keyboard or a mouse.
The Death Adder and his evil forces have invaded the land, immprisoned the king and his daughter and stolen the legendary Golden Axe. Only the three heroes of Yuria have the power to stop the ruthless tyrant and regain the throne. Tyris-Flare, a beautiful and powerful amazon, has summoned her fire magic to eliminate the Adder and his orphan-making fiends. Gilius-Thunderhead rumbles and tumbles to the scene with his astonishing combination of lightning power and gymnastics skills. And the Axe Battler, who has a personal bone to pick with the evil Adder, has sharpened his giant sword for battle. *You* must choose which challenger to send into the dreaded path of the Death Adder.
The once idyllic Eagle Island has been transformed into a real bird of prey, trapping the good Yurians in its infested feathers. Fearless Skeleton Swordsman slash through the mangy battlefield, hunting down Adder’s enemies. Meanwhile, Twin Brutes and Lizard Women spread their horror in the once prosperous Turtle Village. The precocious Death Adder Jr. throws knots of electricity from the palace door, barring entrance to the stolen throne. Your weapons range from razor-sharp swords to curtains of fire. You can even joust with your foes on the back of a bizarrian – stolen from an un-saddled Adder fiend! Remember, one dose of magic can wipe away an acre of evil.
– 1989: Golden Axe
– 1991: Golden Axe II
– 1992: Golden Axe: The Revenge of Death Adder
– 1993: Golden Axe III
– 2008: Golden Axe: Beast Rider
– 1991: Golden Axe Warrior
– 1991: Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe
– 1994: Golden Axe: The Duel
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