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Gods - Super Nintendo SNES system

SNES gamepad:

SNES gamepad


Gamepad control:

direction buttons

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action button A Z
action button B X
action buttons X, Y A, S
shoulder buttons L, R D, C
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This game can be played also in a versions for Genesis and DOS. Ot­hers are coming soon.



Game info:
Gods - box cover
box cover
Game title: Gods
Console: SNES
Author (released): Bitmap Brothers (1991)
Genre: Action, Platform Players: 1
Design: Eric Matthews, Steve Tall
Music: Richard Joseph
Game manual: not available
Download: Gods.zip

Game size:

580 kB
Emulator: ZSNES

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

   Gods is a 1991 video game by The Bitmap Brothers where the player is cast as Hercules (here known as DRQ) in his quest to achieve immortality. The game was first made for Amiga and Atari ST computers and then ported for various other platforms. Like other Bitmap Brothers' games, Gods was highly praised by critics thanks to the quality graphics and music.
   According to the game's own introduction, 'four guardians' have invaded and usurped the citadel of the gods. The gods offer any hero who can succeed in retaking the citadel one favor. The hero who comes forth immediately asks the gods as their favor to be granted a seat among them as an equal. The gods are only comforted by the hope the hero fails. After the last boss is beaten, the gods prove true to their word and the last image is the hero's body becoming a being of light as he ascends to Mount Olympus.
   Although Gods might seem a 'jump and run' platformer, in this game while precise and timed jumping are required to progress, planning each move carefully yields better results health-wise than attempting to speedrun a level, and there are some puzzles (often involving levers and objects) which require the player to go back and forth in the level, since there's only a four space inventory where objects required to get bonuses (such as keys) or to complete a level can be carried. The console versions (especially the Mega Drive/Genesis port) run at a considerably higher speed, which increases the difficulty level. A Game Boy Advance ROM was also released but is no longer commercially available. The console versions do not share the same opening theme music as the PC versions of the game. They do, however, have background music throughout the game, which is notably missing in the PC versions (The PC version only has background music throughout the game with a Roland LAPC-I).
   There are several weapons available in the levels or to buy, and up to three of each can be used simultaneously. It is also possible to vary the focus of the weapons: to destroy more enemies at the same horizontal level as the player, a tight angle is advisable, but in levels with open spaces and enemies in higher places, a diffuse aim might prove more useful. There are also other weapons, such as bouncing axes that can be used to take on enemies at a lower level or fireballs.
   There are four levels, each with a Guardian at the end. After completion of a level the player meets a trader, and depending on the wealth accumulated during the game (by catching diamond-shaped jewels or bags) can buy more powerful weapons or items (Xenon 2 Megablast uses the same idea).

More details about this game can be found on Wikipedia.org.

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