Stone Protectors

Description

Details

  • Id: 2502
  • Platforms: SNES
  • Abbreviation: stonproc
  • Display Name: Stone Protectors
  • Discussions:
  • Fighting

Publications

Stone Protectors is a beat 'em up video game in a British multimedia franchise trying to capitalize on the "group of badass dudes with an attitude" craze in the '90s popularized by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Toxic Crusaders. It involves a bunch of mediocre rockers who find magic stones that turn them rock star trolls that can outdo the competition. These crystals are coveted by an evil alien race called the Saurians, led by the music-hating Zok, who then invade Earth to find these rock stars, now known as the "Stone Protectors".
Technickle plays the Japanese version for its faster loading times and abuses Cornelius's Ultra-Sonic Vocal Reverb and microphone nunchucks to beat the game as fast as possible.
Stone Protectors is a beat 'em up video game in a British multimedia franchise trying to capitalize on the "group of badass dudes with an attitude" craze in the '90s popularized by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Toxic Crusaders. It involves a bunch of mediocre rockers who find magic stones that turn them rock star trolls that can outdo the competition. These crystals are coveted by an evil alien race called the Saurians, led by the music-hating Zok, who then invade Earth to find these rock stars, now known as the "Stone Protectors".
Technickle plays the Japanese version for its faster loading times and plays both Cornelius the Samurai and Chester the Wrestler to quickly rid the screen of enemies and stunlock bosses in order to beat the game in record time. You can read the author's notes for more details such as how the RNG was manipulated.


Game Versions

Type Name Title Override Region Version Sha1 Md5 Platform
Good Stone Protectors (USA).sfc U 28aec5c8b6b53916bd33721e2b89e9fc054a47ed e1440114f798fa93234abd452f0e29b6 SNES
Good Stone Protectors (Japan).sfc J f408b6132e88bb9cdcb6fbb7dcb41723f88fe76d e9353cfd3f7385a462d4fb0b9de4d48e SNES