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Giana's Return

Giana's Return

Giana's Return aims to be a worthy unofficial sequel of "The Great Giana Sisters". "The Great Giana Sisters" is a classic Jump'N'Run game made in the late eighties mainly by Armin Gessert, Manfred Trenz and Chris Hülsbeck and gained massive attention as "Super Mario" copy, but still had it's very own charm and fanbase.

Evil Swampy and his followers have stolen the magic ruby, which made it once possible for Giana and Maria to return from their dream. Many creatures are after this ruby, but does it really have power, or was it just a coincidence? As this is not bad enough, Swampy fell in love at first sight with Giana's sister Maria and shamelessly kidnapped her. She simply has been at the wrong place at the wrong time. You take over the role of Giana, get back the magic ruby and most important of all, save your beloved sister Maria and get home save!


 Giana's Return

License
Freeware

Developer
Rodolphe Boixel, Shahzad Sahaib and contributors

Website
www.gianas-return.de

Requirements
SDL
SDL_mixer
libmodplug
zlib

Support:
FAQ, Interview, Facebook

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • 7 Worlds, with each 8 Levels - followed by a "big boss"
  • Power Ups and Extras
  • Oldschool style pixeled sprites and tiles
  • Wonderful hand drawn backgrounds
  • Illustrated hand drawn storyline
  • Over 18 Tracks of Chipmusic
  • Password and/or Savegame (depending on release platform)
  • Hidden Warp Zones and Bonus Caves
  • Hidden Trainer
  • Top 10 Highscore
  • Multi-Language: German, English, French, Spanish

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