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Kūsō Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy is one of the games based on the anime series Gulliver Boy, quite different from the PC Engine CD game of the same name. You are a boy named Gulliver, who lives together with his two best friends - the girl Misty and the young inventor Edison - in Venice, Italy. The evil Prince of Spain, Judou, is after the mysterious Blue Crystals who grant immense power to those who possess them. Gulliver's father was apparently connected to the secret of the Crystals, and was mercilessly killed by Judou. Now Gulliver swears revenge and embarks, together with Misty and Edison, on a grand journey that will take him to several cities and countries all over the world, from Rome to Himalaya.

The game is an action RPG in which you can switch characters. Each one of the three heroes has his/her own attacks: Gulliver is a melee-style fighter, Edison can throw expendable bombs at enemies, and Misty can attack with magical spells. Whenever you switch to a different characters, the inactive characters in your party gradually regain their hit points. There are no weapons and armor to buy or to find in the game, but the character level up and become stronger from defeating enemies, and collect items those enemies drop.


Kūsō Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy SNES Another boss battle: beware of those knives!
Kūsō Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy SNES Venice, central area
Kūsō Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy SNES Fighting spooky enemies in Colosseum
Kūsō Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy SNES Talking to important guys in Rome

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Alternate Titles

  • "空想科学世界ガリバーボーイ" -- Japanese spelling

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Unicorn Lynx (181409) added Kūsō Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy (SNES) on Jul 11, 2004
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