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Rise of Amondus
price:$ 40.00 

Experience the events that led up to the happenings in The Mad Wizard, playing as the evil summoner Amondus and his cohorts!

Amondus has big plans for the land of Prim and its inhabitants. In order to carry out his nefarious plot, he must force the local goblin population to serve him and work against his biggest threat, Hekl!

Take control of Amondus, his familiar Charwit, and the leader of the gargoyles, General Rant. Capture goblins to build an army worthy of a tyrant, and force them to steal all of Hekl's spells and mystical abilities! Before this can be accomplished, you must face the champions of the Primwoods, including its grand protector, The Elderwood!

Are you wicked enough to carry out these heinous atrocities? Can you be villainous and enslave a population of relatively peaceful goblins? Only you can answer these questions in The Rise of Amondus, an exciting and action-packed prequel to The Mad Wizard, and the second installment of The Candelabra Epic!

Featuring:
  • In-software manual
  • Four hard as nails levels, each with a different champion to battle
  • 2-Player simultaneous action
  • Unlimited continues
  • Multiple playthroughs after completing it, with carry-over score
  • Each subsequent playthrough brings toughened enemies

  • Download a free demo ROM here!

    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:
  • The Rise of Amondus cart (SDS-RA-GBL)
  • Ciclone multi region lockout chip for NTSC, PAL A, PAL B, Asian Systems
  • Brand new clear dust sleeve


  • 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, or FC Twin.
  • Untested on Famicom using 72-60 pin converter, should work.
  • Untested on portable systems, should work.
  • Not compatible with stolen emulators like the Retron 5