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Sol Bianca (TurboGrafx CD)

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The game is based on the anime movie of the same name. In 24th century, piracy is still an issue, but no more in seas and oceans, sailing ordinary ships - the pirates are in space! The most dangerous pirate crew is the one of Sol Bianca - April, Janny, May, June, and Feb. No, those are not names of months, but five beautiful ladies, who can handle some high-tech weaponry and who think only about treasure. But the five lovely pirates are not evil - whenever some tyrant threatens a planet, they are there to help.

The gameplay of Sol Bianca is that of a traditional Japanese-style RPG. The player controls the five girls as a party, each one having individual statistics. The party of heroines visits planets, travels on the world map, and engages randomly appearing enemies in first-person perspective, turn-based combat.


Sol Bianca TurboGrafx CD World map
Sol Bianca TurboGrafx CD This city looks a bit more impressive
Sol Bianca TurboGrafx CD Upstairs, in a little room
Sol Bianca TurboGrafx CD Main menu

Alternate Titles

  • "ソル・ビアンカ" -- Japanese spelling

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אולג 小奥 (171551) added Sol Bianca (TurboGrafx CD) on Jan 24, 2005