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Nomolos: Storming the Catsle
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Two cats, Solomon and his friend Snow, are enjoying a beautiful day together when a mysterious portal opens before them. An enormous purple arm shoots out and grabs Snow by the scruff of the neck and disappears. Solomon decides to follow Snow into the portal. Upon arriving on the other side, he becomes Nomolos, the fierce feline warrior, fully equipped with humanoid physique and armor. He decides to follow the huge purple form that is quickly retreating to the Catsle with Snow.

-Guide Nomolos through 12 action packed levels and defeat 4 of Boulder's most fearsome henchmen before finally confronting the evil Hippo in her lair, the Catsle. You will have to contend with dozens of Boulder's denizens, but fortunately powerful weapons and helpful powerups are laying around the realm that Nomolos can use to help him on his way.

-Easy mode for novices, and two additional difficulty levels for those who like a little extra challenge.

-Enjoy an all-baroque soundtrack with music by Domenico Scarlatti, Johann Sebastian Bach, Jean-Phillipe Rameau, Francois Couperin, and Antonio Francisco Javier Jose Soler Ramos.

Download the 2 level demo here! Can you get all the way to the entrance to Thoguth's Stronghold?

Much more than a reproduction, this original game cartridge is built using all new parts. No donor carts were harmed in the making of this game.



Package Includes:
  • Nomolos: Storming the Catsle blue cart (GRD-NM-GBL)
  • Ciclone multi region lockout chip for NTSC, PAL A, PAL B, Asian Systems
  • Printed full color manual
  • Brand new clear dust sleeve
  • Optional sealed cardboard box


  • System Compatibility List:
  • Works on authentic Nintendo Systems including NTSC, PAL A, PAL B, and Asian systems.
  • Works on clone systems like the NEX, Yobo, RetroDuo, and FC Twin.
  • Untested on Famicom using 72-60 pin converter, should work.
  • Untested on portable systems, should work.