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Cleopatra no Mahou
Box artwork for Cleopatra no Mahou.
Japanese title クレオパトラの魔宝
Developer(s) Square
Publisher(s) Square
Release date(s)
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Family Computer Disk System
Genre(s) RPG
System(s) Family Computer Disk System
Players 1

Cleopatra no Mahou (クレオパトラの魔宝? lit. Cursed Treasure of Cleopatra) is a game developed and published by Square for the Family Computer Disk System in 1987. It attempts to combine two styles of adventure games; the traditional experience point based fighting RPGs like Deep Dungeon with the menu driven story adventures like Suishou no Dragon.

The story casts the player in the role of the son of an archeologist who was about to stumble upon a lost treasure of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. Known as the Tears of Isis, this treasure was never found and your father has gone missing. Now you must take up his mantle, attempt to find this lost treasure, and rescue your father from his fate.

The game is primarily presented in a pseudo-3D format, and requires the player to visit shops and other various locations in town and talk with villagers in order to open up new destinations and uncover more clues. This game was only released in Japan, and has not been translated into English.

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