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遺跡の界域 (Iseki no Sakai-iki)
ラジェンダー (Rajendā)


GOOD LUCK!!

Stage 30[edit]

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This stage contains three Timbots, and five Pachicks, with one Pot (but only four of them and the Pot are present at the start); it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is a 40000-point Jammer, who previously appeared in Cosmo Gang: The Video (1991) and Cosmo Gang: The Puzzle (1992).

Stage 31[edit]

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This stage contains two Pookas (from Dig Dug, 1982), two Stingers, and two Timbots; it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for this is a 50000-point Gamu, who has previously appeared in Emeraldia (1993) and the third world with most of the other characters from that game's "Adventure Mode".

Stage 32[edit]

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This stage contains two Pookas, one Stinger, one Clipper, and four Moonils with one Pot (but only four of them and the Pot are present at the start); it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 60000-point Shirei-Bu, that previously appeared in Tank Battalion (1980) and Tank Force (1991).

Stage 33[edit]

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This stage contains one Fygar (also from Dig Dug), two Clippers, two Pachicks, and three Stingers (but only five of them are present at the outset); it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is a 70000-point Ohaka, which has previously appeared in Sky Kid (1985), and Sky Kid Deluxe (1986).

Stage 34[edit]

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This stage contains twenty-one Pookas (but only five of them are present at the start); not even Dig Dug had to take on that many of them at once in '82 or even '85. It is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for the stage is an 80000-point Maigo - who has previously appeared in Marvel Land (1989).

Stage 35[edit]

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This stage contains five Fygars, two Moonils, one Clipper, one Pooka and two Pachicks (but only six of them are present for the outset); it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 90000-point Magatama Jewel, which has previously appeared in Genpei Tōma Den (1986). Once you have cleared this stage, you will proceed to the game's seventh world - Meikyūjō no Sakai-iki Rabirisu (迷宮城の界域ラビリス), the Katakana part of whose name is possibly a corruption of rabirinsu (ラビリンス), which means "labyrinth", much like the two Kanji characters meikyū (迷宮), in the Kanji/Hiragana.