Arumana no Kiseki is a platform game by Konami for the Family Computer Disk System. It was released in Japan on August 11, In , reproduction cartridges of the game were created for the NES. Contents. [hide]. 1 Synopsis; 2 Gameplay; 3 Notes; 4 References; 5 External links. Synopsis. A magic red jewel. 23 Aug Almana no Kiseki is a sidescrolling action game that takes part of the action of Castlevania and combines it with Bionic Commando (which, in , hadn't been released yet), and then steals its setting almost piece-for-piece from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, right up to the quest to find a. 26 Sep Back in the early days of the Famicom, Konami was a huge supporter of the disk system. Although a handful of its games were transferred to cartridges and exported, like Castlevania (Akumajou Dracula), Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest ( Dracula II: Noroi no Fuuin), Rush'n Attack (Green Beret), Stinger (Moeru.
In Almana no Kiseki (The Miracle of Almana), the magic jewel Almana has been stolen and the village, that used to guard it has been turned to stone. The player must venture into caves, forests and temples, face many challenges, retrieve the stolen jewel and return it to the village. This is a rather unique side-scroller, where. 5 Nov Arumana no Kiseki (アルマナの奇跡, Arumana no Kiseki lit. "Miracle of Almana") is a platform game developed and published by Konami for the Famicom Disk System. It was only released in Japan. In the game's introduction, a magic red jewel known as the Almana is stolen from an unnamed village. 17 Jan Like Castlevania your player has health and doesn't die immediately. Health can be replenished by Meat and you can collect 1-UPs. Like Contra, in the original game you had 3 lives (or REST as Konami calls it) and only 3 continues. Unlike Contra, there is NO Konami code in the game. Unlike Castlevania.
Arumana no Kiseki is a platform game by Konami featuring an Indiana Jones wannabe named Kaito. The game opens up in a remote village in an desolate country - The Arumana, a red magic stone, has been keeping the village at peace for centuries but a callous thief stole the precious jewel and a mysterious spell turned. 22 Sep Created by Konami, Arumana (or Almana) no Kiseki (lit: "Miracle of Arumana/ Almana") is a side-scrolling platformer that takes the mold of Konami's previous hit Castlevania and attempts to do something new with it. Specifically, Konami took their Arcade game Roc 'N Rope's central feature of an extendable.