Tasmania Story (Game Boy)

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Tasmania Story was 1990's second-best-selling Japanese movie, about a man looking for the extinct Tasmanian tiger, and his son looking for his father. The tie-in game, however, is nothing but a remake of Pony Canyon's 1984 title Fruit Panic.

A single-screen platformer, you guide a man with a hat from platform to platform. Since he can't jump by himself, you must use the trampolines to the left and right to make him reach the right platform, where he can pick up cactuses, flowers and other plants. When all plants are picked, the next stage follows. What makes the game hard are the "Tasmanian devils" which hunt your man. By dropping on a devil from above, or laying a bomb for an enemy to walk into, you can temporarily stun them.


Tasmania Story Game Boy Laid down a bomb
Tasmania Story Game Boy The trampoline was broken
Tasmania Story Game Boy Pick up the cactuses to clear the stage
Tasmania Story Game Boy Stage 02

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Alternate Titles

  • "タスマニア物語" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Tasmania monogatari" -- Japanese title

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Play Time Jan, 1992 20 out of 100 20


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Игги Друге (46428) added Tasmania Story (Game Boy) on Aug 03, 2014