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E > EPOCH > Cassette Vision  > Software list > Software detail


Epoch
Cassette Vision

Monster Block  

Monster Block is an adaptation of arcade hit Pengo from Sega.

You must align numbered blocks by pushing them while avoiding the monsters chasing you in this block maze. Eventually you can crush them using blocks.

This is one of the rarest cartridge for the Epoch Cassette Vision system.



SCREENSHOTS

Start

Playfield is shuffled

you are orange and must destroy pink enemy

enemy crushed by block


BOX

Box inlay

box

box - edge

box - back


MEDIA

cartridge


MISC DOCUMENTATION

documentation (recto)

documentation (verso)


VIDEOS
 


Gameplay
 


LINKS
 
 www.webzakki.com - Details and game review (japanese)
 Classic Video Game Station Odyssey 2001 - nice game review (japanese)




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Box inlay

year of release 1984
companies Epoch
type game
media cartridge
systems Epoch Cassette Vision
number of players 1 player
staff unknown
tags maze



 
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