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Lolo's Great Adventure
Box artwork for Lolo's Great Adventure.
Developer(s)
Publisher(s) Imagineer
Release date(s)
Flag of Japan.svg March, 1994
Genre(s) Puzzle
System(s) GameBoy, Super Game Boy
Preceded by Adventures of Lolo 3
Followed by Eggerland Episode 0: Quest of Lala
Series Eggerland
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European box.

This game was released as ロロの大冒険 in Japan, pronounced as Lolo no Daibouken, which translates to Lolo's Great Adventure. Because two more games in the series share the same English title (Adventures of Lolo), the translation of the original Japanese game was chosen for this guide.

The original Japanese version contains 50 puzzles: 10 Levels with 5 Rooms each. The European version contains 145 puzzles: a tutorial with 19 rooms, 5 "intermediate" levels with 14 rooms, 9 "advanced" levels with 6 rooms, and 5 "Pro" rooms. The European version also features Super Game Boy support, a puzzle-solving option (technically a secret), and the music changes slightly whenever Lolo faces a different direction or is standing on a certain surface. The opening story sequence also is different in each version. This game was not released in North America.

Story[edit]

(From the English manual)

  • Entry Level - First Steps in Eden - This is an introductory level designed to help you learn your way around Edenland. Use this level to learn how each type of Monster attacks, and to figure out how to counter-attack and trap them.
  • Intermediate Level - Dance and Music - Everyone in Edenland loves singing and dancing. King Lolo is a famous musician in Edenland, and his wife, Queen Lala, is a brilliant dancer. Everyone is entranced by the royal couple's music and dancing. Everyone in Edenland has been excited and busy for days, preparing for the next performance, which will include Rock 'n' Roll, Hula Dancing, exotic Oriental Dance, Flamenco, and Classical Ballet. But on the day before the performance, someone (or some group) has stolen the music score. The thief (thieves?) have hidden the pages of the score in Treasure Chests all over Edenland, and sealed the Treasure Chests shut.
  • Advanced Level - Lets go to Gentryland - This is Edenland's Gentryland area. It 's an amusement park that's fun for everyone, young and old. Today Lolo and Lala, accompanied by their son, Prince Lulu, have come to Gentryland. Unfortunately, none of the attractions are working. It seems that King Eggar, a well-known trickster, has moved into Gentryland. What's more, he's locked all the attractions and put his Monster Henchmen on guard. If the keys aren't found, no one will be able to see the famous Gentryland Parade. If you want to get your hands on those keys, you'll have to solve all the riddles and puzzles that King Eggar has left in the park. You're the only one who can get rid of King Egger and his Henchmen and reopen Gentryland to the public.

(From the Japanese manual, translation provided by Onsentamago of Hole Laboratory - Egger Land Capture Front Line )

This is Gentryland area. It is an amusement park that is fun for everyone. Today Lolo and Lala, accompanied by their child Lulu, have come to Gentryland. But none of the attractions are working. It seems that King Egger, an incarnation of evil, has occupied (captured) Gentryland. Under this situation, Gentry-Parade will not be played, which everyone want to see most. Can Lolo and Lala defeat hateful King Egger? Can Gentry-Parade be played?

Title screens

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Japanese GB version.
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European Super GB version.
Stage examples

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Japanese version.
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European version.

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