|Dooly Bravo Land|
둘리 부라보 랜드
Dooly Bravo Land (둘리 부라보 랜드) is a South Korean Famicom platformer developed and released by Daou Infosys in 1992. The game stars Dooly the Little Dinosaur, who was a popular cartoon character in the South Korea at the time.
The game is based on the Bo-Mool Sum comic book series, which lasted from 1983 to 1993 in South Korea.
After the title screen, the player can freely choose which world to start on. In a stage, Dooly can fire projectiles at enemies, each of them taking a different numbers of hit before vanishing. Each enemy also inflicts one point of damage to Dooly. But as the game gives no recovery time and a few enemies follow you, they can end up as a death. The game has been criticized for having poor physics, unpolished controls and punishing level design, making some platforms section overly complicated.
- 하늘나라 (Sky Land)
- 알 수 없는 나라 (Unknown Country)
- 지하 탐험 보트 (Underground Exploration Boat)
- 우주 해적 나라 (Space Pirate Land)
- 부라보 열차 (Bravo Train)
- 귀신의 집 (Haunted house)
- 물속 나라 (Underwater Country)
- 디스크 악마성 (Disk Devil Castle)
The bosses in the game are characters from the original comic book. Each stage has its final boss which all behave differently from the others. Some of them being much harder than the others.
|Name||Stage||In-game design||Game manual||Original design (Manhwa)|
|추장 (Chief)||알 수 없는 나라
|우주 해적 나라
(Space Pirate Land)
(The King of the Netherworld)
|해피 (Happy)||지하 탐험 보트
(Underground Exploration Boat)
(Disk Devil Castle)
|After the ending credit, it appears as an animation. He is the foster parent of Dooly.|
- There are at least two other Dooly games by Daou. One on MSX and another on Master System, all of them being completely different.
- A certain number of popular characters like Mario, Son Goku, and a Koopa Troopa appear in the game as enemies.
- Some of the developers are credited on Janggun-ui Adeul as well.
- The game was reviewed in the May 1992 issue of Game World.
- This is the first Famicom original title developed in Korea to be released.
- According to a best seller list shown in Game World July 1992 issue.