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The Adventures of Bobo
Developer   Kuro

About: The Adventures of Bobo is an addictive puzzle game with nearly 50 challenging levels. You play as Bobo, a little blue guy who has set out to find the legendary sword to protect his village from the dark wizard. Based on the classic NES game, "Adventures of Lolo".

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This game was inspired by "Adventures of Lolo", a game I loved playing on my NES when I was a child. Lolo had a charm that no one seemed able to escape- even my parents loved it. With its cute artwork and music, ingenious gameplay, and its simple story about a guy trying to save his girl, you couldn't help but be sucked in. So in the summer of 2002 I decided to start the Bobo project. Our team had about 10 people, and development lasted about 3 months. After the game was done, I got busy with other things, but now 4 years later I've wiped the dust off and fixed some bugs, and finally releasing it in public.

Some quick information about the game:
-Nearly 50 levels, including a boss battle
-8 different monsters
-Special abilities like breaking rocks, building bridges, or freezing enemies

Anyway, the last thing I'd like to say is to just give a huge thanks and credit to everyone who worked with me to make this game. Every last person on the team was truly amazing to work with and talented, and really blew away all my expectations and brought this game to life.

Thank you for reading this, and I hope you enjoy the game!!

System Requirements

Windows 2000/XP/Vista
DirectX 8 or higher


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