Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Skull & Crossbones (NES)

Skull & Crossbones Screenshots

NES version

Skull & Crossbones NES Title screen

Title screen

Skull & Crossbones NES Game start

Game start

Skull & Crossbones NES The wizard has taken the princess.

The wizard has taken the princess.

Skull & Crossbones NES The booty trading screen

The booty trading screen

Skull & Crossbones NES Stage select screen

Stage select screen

Skull & Crossbones NES Collecting items at the first stage.

Collecting items at the first stage.

Skull & Crossbones NES Some hidden treasures appear when you walk by them.

Some hidden treasures appear when you walk by them.

Skull & Crossbones NES The first boss

The first boss

Skull & Crossbones NES Between stages the princess will appear begging for your help.

Between stages the princess will appear begging for your help.

Skull & Crossbones NES The second stage, inside an old castle

The second stage, inside an old castle

Skull & Crossbones NES The second boss

The second boss

Skull & Crossbones NES The third stage is another ship

The third stage is another ship

Skull & Crossbones NES The third boss, another pirate

The third boss, another pirate

Skull & Crossbones NES The fourth stage takes place in a feudal Japanese setting.

The fourth stage takes place in a feudal Japanese setting.

Skull & Crossbones NES The fifth level, another ship

The fifth level, another ship

Skull & Crossbones NES The final level, the Wizard's lair

The final level, the Wizard's lair

Skull & Crossbones NES You're dead.

You're dead.

Skull & Crossbones NES A two players game

A two players game