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DescriptionThe Neverending Story II is a platform game which is largely based on the movie. The concept is simple: you're Bastian, and are called forth once again by the Childlike Empress to save Fantasia, the Land of Dreams.
The game itself is indeed a platformer where you have to outrun giants (as in the movie) or push them over ledges. With every level you will be awarded with another advancement in the plot, usually a few pages written on a "book".
There are no Amiga user screenshots for this game.
There are 38 other screenshots from other versions of this game or official promotional screenshots.
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- "回到大魔域" -- Chinese Title (Tradition)
- "Päättymätön Tarina 2" -- Finnish Title
- "La Historia Interminable II" -- Spanish Title
- "Die Unendliche Geschichte II: Das Arcade Adventure" -- German Title
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|Play Time||Apr, 1991||78 out of 100||78|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||Feb, 1991||6.8 out of 12||57|
|Power Play||Mar, 1991||45 out of 100||45|
|Amiga Action||Mar, 1992||39 out of 100||39|
|Amiga Joker||Feb, 1991||37 out of 100||37|
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Developer's messageProgrammer of the DOS version Ste Cork left the following message in one of the game's files:
Another Ste Cork Creation, but what a sod to write!
Don't work for LINEL, it's lousy money, flies everywhere, the whole place stinks of shit - human and cattle -, there's NOTHING to do but work, no TV or anything, no pubs, nowhere to go, no car - despite what he tells you, you're always hungry, 'phoning home costs you nearly all your wages, if you need medical treatment you're in trouble 'cos you're working there without a permit, your wages are late EVERY month.
I could go on but I've only got 640k ram after all.
ExtrasA large poster is enclosed with the game.
Information also contributed by B.L. Stryker