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迷宮城の界域 (Meikyūjō no Sakai-iki)
ラビリス (Rabirisu)


GOOD LUCK!!

Stage 36[edit]

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This stage contains two Pookas (from Dig Dug, 1982), two Poppy Knights, two Heitai (from Toy Pop, 1986) and two Fygars (also from Dig Dug), but only four of them are present at the start; the Poppy Knights also take two hits to kill as the first one makes them lose their armour. It is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for this stage is the 100000-point Miru, who has previously appeared on Pac & Pal (1983) - and a non-armoured Poppy Knight: TK Poppy Knight (Non-Armoured).gif

Stage 37[edit]

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The stage contains four Moonils, two Clippers and two Poppy Knights (but only five of them are present at the start); it's also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 150000-point Red Baron, who has previously appeared upon Sky Kid (1985) and Sky Kid Deluxe (1986), and is not to be confused with either his namesake, Baron Manfred Von Richthofen (1892-1918), or Atari's 1980 first-person shooter (which, ironically, utilized a turquoise display).

Stage 38[edit]

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The stage contains four Stingers and one Clipper with two Pots; it's also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 200000-point Blue Car, which has previously appeared in Rally-X (1980) and New Rally-X (1981). The Lucky Flag from the latter game may also later appear in the penultimate stage.

Stage 39[edit]

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This stage has one Timbot, four Pachicks, and three Poppy Knights (but only four of them are present at the start); it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 250000-point Acha, who has previously appeared on Toy Pop (her image has also appeared on an advertisement for "Yontorī", in one of the Japan League's stadiums, on Kyūkai Dōchūki, 1990). The large Bonus Dolls from this game's second world were also made to resemble her.

Stage 40[edit]

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This stage contains three Fygars, four Moonils and two Stingers (but only five of them are present at the start); and it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 300000-point Solvalou which has previously appeared in Xevious (1982), Super Xevious (1984), and its self-titled game (1991). Its third appearance was also in 32768-coloured polygonal form - and a parade float of it has also appeared in that first bonus stage of Marvel Land (1989).

Stage 41[edit]

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This stage contains three Fygars, four Moonils and two Timbots (but only five of them are present at the start); and it is also worth noting that the Bonus Character for it is the 350000-point Gosenzo, which has previously appeared on Mappy (1983) and Hopping Mappy (1986). Once you have cleared this stage, you'll proceed to the game's eighth world, Gensō no Sakai-iki Fantomāna (幻想の界域ファントマーナ) - which is the last before the "Final Battle".