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Lode Runner: The Legend Returns (Macintosh)

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100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
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Description

A resurrection of the original classic platform game with a number of updates such as one and two player options, detailed graphics, character moves, a level editor, and music with sound effects. Beside you run from some red-toga wearing "Mad Monks" that eat you (like in the "Beast Master" movie) if they catch you, you have a few things on hand to use: small bombs, big bombs (nothing will reappear when they destroy something), a drill (for stone floors), booby-traps, and a few other things up your sleeve.

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There are 26 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.


Alternate Titles

  • "LR'94" -- Common abbreviation
  • "ロードランナー レジェンド リターンズ" -- Japanese spelling

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High Score Dec, 1994 4 out of 5 80

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Trivia

References

  • On the 80th level after collecting all the treasures you'll see the abbreviation name of the game - LR'94.
  • This game was written on C++ language and 77th level is dedicated to it. Now not only true programmers know that C++ contains gold.
  • If you'll run the game then minimize window, change Windows video resolution and return to game, you'll see the message - "In R'yleth doth Cthulhu lay". R'yleth is a sunken city, and Cthulhu is one of Ancients from H. P. Lovecraft's stories. Now you can understand where this lode is dug. You are in R'yleth.

Awards

  • Games Magazine
    • 1994 - Best New Arcade Game
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Cyborg (1184) added Lode Runner: The Legend Returns (Macintosh) on Sep 14, 2006
Other platforms contributed by eXo (244), Adam Baratz (1350), コナン (77432) and ケヴィン (4093)