DescriptionMany centuries ago, on the planet Aries, there lived a boy called Alex Kidd. For seven years, he lived on Mt. Eternal studying Shellcore, an ancient art that makes one strong enough to break rocks into pieces. As he was leaving the mountain one day to travel to his spiritual homeland, a dying man told him that the peaceful city of Radactian was in grave danger. Before taking his last breath, the man gave Alex a piece of a map and a medallion made of Sun Stone.
There are eleven locations in which Alex must explore, each of them has its own unique dangers. In each location, Alex can collect bags of coins, which can be used to buy items at the shop and are used to help Alex get through each location (eg: motorcycle, peticopter, power bracelet, etc.) There are also traps that Alex must avoid like the ghost that chases him. He can also collect the Telepathy Ball that will help him read people's minds.
Later, Alex learns that in order to save Radactian from destruction, he must first defeat Janken the Great, Emperor of the planet Janbarik (he got his name from his expertise at the game of Janken -- or what people call "scissors, paper, stone" in the Western World. Janken has sent his henceman all over Radactian to prepare the game for Alex as he passes by them. In order to get past them, Alex must win three times at Janken. If he loses, he is turned to stone and vanished from Radactian forever. Later on in the game, Alex must play with the same henceman, but only this time, when Alex wins, they decide to play dirty.
Alex uses his fists to wipe out some of Janken's enemies such as birds, sea horses, bats, monkeys, frogs, and a few others. If his quest to save Radactian from the evil hands of Janken becomes difficult, he can instead use the power bracelet to perform the "Shocking Waves of Destruction", an ancient trick in the art of Shellcore.
Before Alex comes face-to-face with Janken, he should rescue his brother, Egle, from imprisonment, and get the letter and two medallions.
- "SEGA AGES: Alex Kidd in Miracle World" -- Nintendo Switch title
- "SEGA AGES アレックスキッドのミラクルワールド" -- Japanese Nintendo Switch spelling
- "アレックスキッドのミラクルワールド" -- Japanese spelling
Part of the Following Groups
|GameHall||Apr 04, 2006||9.3 out of 10||93|
|SEGA-Mag (Objectif-SEGA)||Feb 19, 2008||9 out of 10||90|
|HonestGamers||Jan 12, 2004||9 out of 10||90|
|Game Informer Magazine||Feb, 2002||8.25 out of 10||82|
|Video Games||Mar, 1991||81 out of 100||81|
|Sega-16.com||Sep 19, 2016||8 out of 10||80|
|Pixel-Heroes.de||Dec, 2005||8 out of 10||80|
|Tilt||Jan, 1988||13 out of 20||65|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||Jul, 1987||7.8 out of 12||65|
|Video Games & Computer Entertainment||1988||3 out of 5||60|
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1001 Video GamesThe Master System version of Alex Kidd in Miracle World appears in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die by General Editor Tony Mott.
Master System 2Alex Kidd in Miracle World was built into the hardware of the Sega Master System 2 for the European market.
RiceballsIn the first revision of the game Alex eats a riceball at the end of each level. In the later revisions of the game Alex eats a hamburger at the end of each level. Sega changed this because not many people outside of Japan know what a riceball or 'onigiri' is.
- Power Play
- 1987 - Best Master System Game '87
Related Web Sites
- Alex Kidd in Miracle World (Game Map (Sega Master System))
- Alex Kidd - The Shellcore Master in Red Overalls! (Fansite (English))