Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.
In game play.
A lava world.
Icy waste land.
A ice and snow world.
A desert world.
The title screen
Starting a new game.
A small village.
Basic stats for the world you are about to play
The basic grassy plains world
Build suitable flat farmland for your followers
When you have enough power, declare an endgame with the Armageddon option
All of your followers vs. all of the other god's followers in an all-out Armageddon match
The other deity offers his congratulations
The desert landscape
You can plant poisonous swamps on your competitor's landscape (or your own, for that matter)
Here is the volcano power in action which can really mess up your opponent
This is the flood ability, though ideally you should not do it to your own followers
This is the rock and lava landscape
This is the snow and ice landscape
Start or continue a game.
And God, I, created the Heavens and the Earth.
Flattening the land so the people can build.
And I say unto them, go forth and multiply. My children prosper.
A snow level.
Waste land - not a good place to build!
In the middle of nowhere...
Look, little people are walking! :)
They have a house now :)
Title screen and copyright
Title screen and main menu
Mountains terrain is useless
Knight is powerful unit
Sands. Sands everywhere!
Time to dismount mointain
So this is christmas....
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