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[Tier: Vault]GBC Lucky Luke: Desperado Train (Europe) "100%" in 28:32.16 by TheKDX7.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2016-11-30)
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- 100% completion
- Uses death to save time
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform
Desperados have stolen a train. Lucky Luke has got to catch them before they lay waste to the land.

Lucky Luke: Desperado Train is a game developed by Infogrames and released in November 15th 2000 on GameBoy Color. The themes of certain levels are in touch with famous titles such as: The Ballad of the Daltons, Western Circus, Travelling up the the Mississippi and The Rivals of Painful Gulch.

During the game you have to shoot bad guys on your way, collecting the ammos, dynamites, money, and some useful items. During 12 levels you have to chase the train stolen by desperados. Lucky Luke has got to catch them before they lay waste to the land from Atlantic coast to Pacific one. Some characters in game are friendly and they can help you.

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