"The Nintendo version of this slightly has the edge over the Spectrum one, with a larger number of tunes, more beautiful sprites and some nice "Level Clear!" and "Game Over" Americanisms that RetroSouls decided us Brits didn't need." (Read Full Review) ... Everygamegoing
You control a hero who has a phantom twin, his alter ego. When the hero
moves, the alter ego moves too in a mirrored fashion. In some levels the
movements are mirrored horizontally, in other ones they are mirrored
vertically. You can switch between the hero and his alter ego limited
number of times in a level.
To complete a level, you need to collect all the jumping pixels. Usually
you can take them only with the hero, but on some levels there are pixels
of another color, these can only be collected by the alter ego.
There are evil skulls around, don't touch them and do not fall into the
water or outside of the level, or you'll lose an attempt. At the start you
have 5 attempts, and one extra attempt is added after beating every 5
levels. You also can restart a level using pause menu, it also takes an
There are 25 levels total in the game.
The game is designed to use with Nintendo Entertainment System or
Famicom game consoles, or with a software emulator of these consoles. To
run the game on actual console you need a flash cartridge, such as
The game is not licensed or endorsed by Nintendo company in any way. It is
free of charge, released as freeware, and provided "as is", without warranty
or responsibility of any kind.
Alter Ego is Item ID 62723 in our database. Last modified on Thursday 1st of January 1970 at 01:00:00 AM.
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