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NES The Battle of Olympus (JPN) in 27:40.58 by Jackic.
Famtasia movie (.fmv) (date: 2004-05-14)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (size: 43.06 MB, length: 29:13)
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Submission #1217 — Author's comments
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- Genre: Platform
- Genre: RPG

This movie has been obsoleted!

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This is a historic movie, submitted and obsoleted before the creation of the database-based (and wiki-based) site engine, before July 2004.

It was inserted to the database in a history revival project by Bisqwit in autumn 2006.

Selected comments from the author:
Greetings, there you go, the japanese version of Battle of Olympus (i haven't located a USA rom that works in famtasia), the game is just like Zelda II but without an overworld, the movie skips anything not needed to finish the game, actually i skipped an item that would be unavoidable playing the real thing cause without using it the last boss is invisible saving loads of time. Hope you enjoy this one, it was a hell of a difficult movie to do.

In retrospect, I think this is the only Battle of Olympus submission that fights Lamia (the snake-tailed archer woman).

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