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A masterpiece of game design originally released in the early days of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, ActRaiser’s enduring popularity stems from its revolutionary combination of action- and simulation-based game play. The user plays the role of the Master, a dethroned deity whose once idyllic world has fallen under the control of the Evil One. Stripped of godly power, the Master must somehow put an end to the Evil One’s reign and rebuild his desolate realm.
Game play alternates between two modes: Action and Simulation. In Action mode, the Master must battle against impossible odds to pacify six lands. Pacifying a land unlocks Simulation mode. In this mode, the Master must oversee the development and repopulation of the territory he has reclaimed. In doing so, he will gain followers who gradually restore his godly might, empowering him to take back the next land and, ultimately, defeat the Evil One.
Contributed by Victor Vance (8690) on Mar 09, 2015.
ACTION & SIMULATION GAMEThis sensational game combines pulse-stopping action sequences with an intelligent Simulation Mode, allowing the player to forge a new civilization.
Finally......experience a game that fully utilizes the advanced capabilities of the Super NES.
Restore peace and order to your people's world!
Long ago, you and your people built a peaceful land.
Since then, your world has been taken over and inhabited by the evil Tanzra and his Guardians. Your once-tranquil land has become a breeding ground for monsters. Injured, you have retreated to your Sky Palace and have fallen into a deep sleep.
Now, many years have passed and you have recovered from your injuries and slumber. You must punish Tanzra and restore the world to your people or lose their faith forever.
Breathe life into the statue modeled after your likeness to cleanse the land and defeat the monsters who have conquered.
Help your people develop a new land from that which has been purified and build towns with your powers.
Contributed by Patrick Bregger (181647) on Mar 16, 2010.