Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings (SNES)

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Description

Get ready for more nights of masochistic puzzle goodness, because the Lost Vikings need your help once again! The brothers (Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout) are trying to get back home and you need to guide them through. Two brand new characters (Fang the Werewolf and Scorch the Dragon) also join the fray. Each character has their own special talents and they must be used in concert if you are to win.

Screenshots

Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings SNES The evil Tomator.
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings SNES Baleog brandishing his new light saber!
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings SNES A bit of background...
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings SNES The vikings finally get to the time machine.

Alternate Titles

  • "The Lost Vikings II: Norse by Norsewest" -- European (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) title
  • "The Lost Vikings II: Norse by Norsewest" -- European SNES title
  • "The Lost Vikings II" -- European in-game title
  • "Lost Vikings 2: Norse by Norsewest" -- European title

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User Reviews

A sequel it was meant to be A.T. (75) 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars

Critic Reviews

Total! (Germany) Mar, 1997 1.25 out of 6 95

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Trivia

All levelcodes spell out a word, often replacing a few letters with numbers. For example, SW1M means swim. But the most intriguing one is the message in the levelcodes of level 14 through 19.

B3SV R3T0 DRNK Y0VR 0V4L T1N3

Which spells out:

Be sure to drink your oval tine.

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PCGamer77 (3013) added Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings (SNES) on Jun 07, 2002
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