Madō Monogatari I (TurboGrafx CD)

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In this game, you play a young apprentice sorceress named Arle. She studies at a magic school, and is about to take her most important examination: go to the Tower of Satan, defeat the enemies and overcome all the obstacles on the way using her magic power!

Madō Monogatari I is a role-playing game. Featuring characters from the Puyo Puyo games, it is set in a 3D dungeon which you explore from first-person perspective. Combat takes place on a side-scrolling screen, and is a mixture of turn-based and real-time styles. Enemies attack you even if you wait, but you have time to perform your moves. You should hold down buttons and press direction arrows to execute various magic spells.


Madō Monogatari I TurboGrafx CD Mysterious inscription...
Madō Monogatari I TurboGrafx CD "Good-bye, Arle!" - shout the schoolmates. - "You'll most probably be killed in this monster-infested tower, but don't worry! We'll give you a proper burial!"
Madō Monogatari I TurboGrafx CD Okay, let's explore the tower...
Madō Monogatari I TurboGrafx CD The game features extreme graphical violence and sadism. Disrespecting the wolf's culture, Arle slowly fries him

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Alternate Titles

  • "魔導物語I 炎の卒園児" -- Japanese PC Engine spelling
  • "魔導物語I 三つの魔導球" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Madou Monogatari I: Mittsu no Madokyu" -- Game Gear title
  • "Madou Monogatari I: Honoo no Sotsuenji" -- PC Engine title

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This was the last officially-licensed Mega Drive game released in Japan.
Zovni (10648) added Madō Monogatari I (TurboGrafx CD) on May 18, 2007
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