Nintendo Entertainment System:
Skull & Crossbones

Veröffentlicht Oktober 1990
Publisher Tengen, Inc.
Entwickler Bob Flanagan
Mike Hally (Design)
Don Diekneite (Audio)
Brad Fuller (Audio)
UPC-Code 031763050124
Genre Action/Adventure
Medium Steckmodul
Controller D-Pad
Spieler 1–2
Wertung 6.0/10
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Boxtext
Set sail for the time of your life!

So you've always wanted to be a swashbuckling pirate, sailing the high seas, journeyin to the ends of the earth, exploring ancient castles and caves for precious booty. And if there's a beautiful Princess in distress to rescue, so much the better, eh matey? All this – and more – are yours to enjoy when you play SKULL & CROSSBONES – the great arcade hit now for play on your Nintendo. Play alone or team up with a friend to become the pirates One Eye or Red Dog. Travel far and wide, battling zombies, skeletons, rats, bats – even ninja pirates (talk about East meeting West!) – all to rescue the kidnapped Princess from the Evil Wizard!

SKULL & CROSSBONES. It's the swashbuckling adventure of a lifetime!
Trivia
Wie die meisten anderen Tengen-Spiele für das NES ist dieses Spiel auch mit dem kopierten Lockout-Chip versehen und wurde nicht von Nintendo lizenziert.

Modul
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