16 Bit Games- Wonder Boy In Monster World: (1991)

When it comes down to 16 bit games for the Sega Genesis Wonder Boy In Monster World along with the other games within Wonder series are among the few titles that some that stand out to some people in regards to the platform genre.  While some may argue that Wonder Boy In Monster World was nothing  special they can also claim that the game itself was probably one of the most difficult platform titles that they have ever played on the Sega Genesis.  Even though, the story for Wonder Boy In Monster World was very basic and involved destroying monsters and slaying BioMeka with the main character Shion the game itself was much more challenging than it actually looked.  As people try to progress throughout the game they will discover that its almost impossible to complete the whole thing within a few tries.  In fact, trying to figure out what to do in this game can also be a huge challenge for first timers especially when it came down to using items.

Figuring out what to do in the game on one hand was tough at times but it was also something that made Wonder Boy In Monster World interesting.  Aside from the actual gameplay for Wonder Boy in Monster World the graphics and  stage designs for this game were nice and made for an adventurous platform title.  When it comes down to which game is the best in the Wonder series many people who are familiar with it would probably suggest that Wonder Boy III: Dragon’s Trap was great.  While some people might argue that Wonder Boy In Monster World was not as good as “Dragon’s Trap” released in 1989 they can definitely agree that it was just as challenging.   Old school video games such as the Wonder Boy series for the Mega Drive which were popular in the late 80’s and early 90’s had showed us that when it came down to 2D RPG platform titles that Sega can definitely be as exciting as the SNES in that same genre.

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