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There are some great franchises from the past that Family Friendly Gaming needs to sound off on. I am going to work hard to bring them into the fold as time flows. The Adventures of Lolo series remains one of my personal favorites on the 8-bit NES today. The cerebral action keeps this franchise in the top puzzle games of all time.

The Adventures of Lolo 3 was the last game in the series to make it to America. Which is a real shame because I would love to play a new Adventures of Lolo game personally. Maybe someone over at Hal Laboratory will be listening.

We move objects around to safely make it around the levels in Adventures of Lolo 3 while we play as Lolo or Lala. Touching an enemy ends a level. Getting shot by other enemies can also end levels. Medusa statues will shoot at us. Players can restart a level with the select button at any time - in case you make a mistake.

Passwords are provided when you want to stop playing. This allows families to pick Adventures of Lolo 3 right where they left off. With the Internet you can find passwords if you get really stuck. Trust me, there are some difficult levels in Adventures of Lolo 3. Some are speed based, but most of them require thought. Each of the one hundred levels in the seventeen areas of Adventures of Lolo 3 are intelligently designed.

The graphics are good for its day and age. The same goes for the music, and the story. I love how we are helping out our friends and family in Adventures of Lolo 3 who were turned to stone. There is some shooting violence in Adventures of Lolo 3. We can shoot eggs at boss characters. We can also turn most enemies into eggs. Which can be moved, used to cross water ways, and more. If you are a retro gamer look into Adventures of Lolo 3 on the 8-bit NES.
- Paul


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 100%
Replay/Extras: 100%
Gameplay: 100%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: NES
Publisher: Hal Laboratory
Hal Laboratory
Rating:  ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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