Sega Master System and Game Gear Versions
As with the 16-bit versions, the 8-bit versions of the game are side-scrolling platform games. However, the titles were created independently of the 16-bit versions. This version featured a unique branched level system, allowing players to choose from an easy and difficult route. The latter typically forced players to use rope swinging to navigate over large floorless areas in these versions of levels. According to a user on the SEGA Bits forum, it was originally supposed to be a Shinobi game.
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