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Stanley: Search for Dr. Livingston  (Nintendo / NES)

Release Date: 10/01/1992

Format:NTSC-U/C

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Stanley: Search for Dr. Livingston
Nintendo / NES
  • Publisher: ELECTRONIC ARTS
  • Genre: Action & Adv, Arcade
  • Platform: Nintendo / NES
  • Rating: Everyone

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Stanley: Search for Dr. Livingston (Nintendo/NES)

The game is set in Congo, Africa, in 1870, and its main character is a historical figure. You play as Henry M. Stanley (1841-1904), a reporter for the New York City Newspaper, who was sent by his employers to chronicle the work of the famous Africa-explorer, Dr. Livingston. Unfortunately, the Doctor left without you, hating press and everything connected to it. Recently he disappeared somewhere in the jungle of Congo, leaving only a few notes. Apparently, he was on the trail of re-discovering the legendary lost temple of the Amut people, Am-Zutuk. You decide to follow his steps, to find the lost Dr. Livingston, and maybe to learn more about the mysterious people of Amut and the temple.
The game takes you to Congo, where you can move from location to location on a "world map" with about a hundred accessible areas. You should make your way through platform levels populated with wild animals and other foes. Some of the levels are impassable or serve no purpose, others contain valuable clues and useful items. You can also visit town areas and talk to people. There is a variety of weapons to be found during your quest, including "native" ones such as blowpipe and spear.