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After the love of his life, Lala, is kidnapped by the Great Devil and taken to his haunted castle, our hero Lolo sets out to rescue her. The journey is perilous, as the Great Devil’s fortress is guarded by a massive army. But Lolo has a few tricks up his sleeve, including a Magic Shot that turns enemies into eggs and an Emerald Framer that shields him from attacks. Combining clever environmental puzzles with tricky enemies and an engaging style, Adventures of Lolo is a true classic!



This was the first game in the Eggerland puzzle series to be released in North America, and though it is primarily based on the Japanese-only, Eggerland: Revival of the Labyrinth, it isn't technically a port since it also boasted remixed levels and with several US-exclusive stages and pieces of art.


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PublisherHal America, Inc.
GameAdventures of Lolo
UPC40458011050

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PlatformNintendo

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ESRB DescriptorComic Mischief
Control ElementsGamepad, Joystick
Number of Players1
Release Year1989
Game SeriesLolo

eBay Product ID: EPID6422

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Created: 12/05/06

The Second "Western" Eggerland Game

"The Adventures of Lolo" (US: 4/20/1989, Europe: 2/21/1991) is the second game in the "Eggerland" series to be released outside of Japan, the first being "Eggerland Mystery" (Japan: 6/28/1985, Europe: 1987).

However, "The Adventures of Lolo" simply combines maps from previous Eggerland titles (i.e. "Eggerland," "Eggerland- Departure from Creation," and "Eggerland- Revival of the Labyrinth") and puts them into one 50 map game (10 floors with 5 rooms each).

As such, Japanese gamers (and those like myself who have played the Japanese games) will find this game to be a bit on the "easy" side. However, is this necessarily a "bad" thing? I will explain.

Hal Labs made this game have a "learning curve" whereby the first few "Levels" (sets of 5 maps) introduce the player to different concepts of the game. Different monsters are introduced as the game goes on, different terrains, different powers, etc. The farther you go, the more difficult the rooms get. While this is true in the Japanese games (i.e. "The Adventures of Lolo" compared to "The Adventures of Lolo 2"), the maps tend to start out at a much higher difficulty level.

Arguably, this difficulty curve will make the game a bit more playable for the average gamer. But, some gamers may be able to complete the game in a short period of time (50 stages won't take very long if you are good at solving puzzles).

This is certainly a game that I would recommend if you enjoy "puzzlers," and if you enjoy the challenge, I'd definitely recommend working your way up to "The Adventures of Lolo 2" and then to "The Adventures of Lolo 3" (which has 110 stages!).

After that, you should try importing some of the Japanese games ("Revival! Eggerland," released in 2000 for the PC, has 194 levels and a "Creation" mode!).

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Created: 05/07/07

The Adventures of LoLo

I bought this game because I played it as a child and always rented it from the video store but never actually owned it, therefore I was never able to beat or finish the game. My husband and I are definitely "video game junkies" with a passion for fun. We bought the game and with eachother's help we were finally able to finish the game that I had started so many years ago.

This game is great for those individuals who like to work that very important "muscle" called the brain...it needs to be exercised as well to stay sharp. This game combines the need for strategy as well as skill to conquer the evil devil who kidnaps Princess LaLa. So if you like puzzles, strategy or just a challenge every now and then, this game is for you!

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Created: 04/25/09

Adventures of Lolo NES

This game is a classic for the NES it's a fantastic puzzle game sure to put your mind to work and to get you thinking of every possible way to complete the stage. The graphics are nice and vivid and are easy on the eye with it's cartoony scenes. This game is like Kickle Cubicle another game for the NES that is a fun puzzle game. If you like puzzle games this game will not disapoint.

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Created: 02/06/10

Excellent Puzzle Games

You take the role of Lolo a little blue...ball? Lolo starts his journey on the first floor of this massive tower, and level by level you work your way up. You do this by using all of you puzzle solving ability. Shoot a snail to make it an egg and push it out of the way, or use it as a barrier againts the evil grey medusa looking heads that shoot needles out in four directions. And if that isnt enough, you can push the egg into water and ride it for a short time. There are so many things in this game that will test your puzzle solving ability that makes it one of the best puzzlers on the NES

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Created: 06/30/08

Lolo 1 begins the Trilogy of Fantastic Puzzle Games

Adventures of Lolo is a puzzle game that is both simple and complex all at the same time. This NES classic spawned two similar and highly addictive puzzle games where Lolo strategically moves blocks, shoots eggs, traps and moves enemies and collects pearls to move on to the next stage.

Each room has a "solution". Some rooms only have one way to solve them, others have multiple ways. You may spend 10 minutes on a room only to suddenly have an epiphany, smack your head and go, "Of course!"

Definitely a must have for old school NES fans.

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