3-D WorldRunner Ad Blurbs (NES)

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Back of Box:
    The battle of a lifetime comes alive in 3-D!

    WorldRunner. The wildest of the space cowboys is out looking for adventure. Now he's got it, and he needs your help.

    A strange world terrorized by Grax, the Alien Serpentbeast, has asked you, WorldRunner, for help. Knowing you can outrun, outjump and outblast anyone or anything, you race into battle.

    But this is no ordinary fight. These battles will carry you to 8 strange planets filled with bottomless pits, shooting stars, and poisonous aliens, all sworn to defend their Serpent King. And each new world is ruled by an Alien Serpentbeast more terrifying and more powerful than anything you've ever seen before.

    Are you read WorldRunner? The're waiting for you.

    Blast lasers through alien enemies on eight bizarre worlds.

    Switch to 3-D mode and bring the fight into your livingroom.

    Run, weave and jump. Can you make it?

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69553) on May 24, 2004.

The Official Nintendo Player's Guide (1987):


    Light years from earth, there's a world in trouble and pain. Graz, the alien Serpentbeast, and his gang of galactic thugs are terrorizing the eight worlds of Solar System #517. The citizens are losing ground fast--and hope. They need a hero to save their solar system from disaster.

    GAME PLAY: You are the mighty WorldRunner, the only one who can restore law and order to Solar System #517. Your challenge: free each of eight planets from the terrifying Serpentbeasts. But before you can even get close to a dragon you must deal decisively with menacing Meanies, White Willies, bottomless pits, and towering infernos. Use your fighting skills and fast reflexes to run, jump, and blast your way from planet to planet and the ultimate battle with the Serpentbeasts.

    Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4675) on Mar 23, 2004.