← → ↑ ↓ = Directions
Z = A X = B
A = X S = Y
D = L C = R
enter ↵ = Start
space = Select
F8 = Load state
F5 = Save state
Only while game is active!
The SNES has some of the best RPGs ever developed. Final Fantasy IV and VI, Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, Shadowrun, Secret of Mana, Secret of Evermore, and many more. But after my recent interview with Alan Weiss about Secret of Evermore, many readers pointed out a game I’d never heard of called Terranigma as one of their favorite RPGs. Considered part of the Quintet Creation Trilogy, it was the culminating tour de force from the Japanese studio behind games like Actraiser, Illusion of Gaia, and Robotrek.
A boy’s curiosity triggers events that leads to the resurrection of life to this planet.
In the distant past, a calamitous struggle between light and dark took place on this planet. The clash of the two opposing powers scoured the planet’s surface entirely of life, and those two forces fell into a deep sleep…
In the world on the inside of the planet, there exists just one small village of Crysta. Ark, a mischievous teenage boy, somehow causes a crisis in the village that makes him necessary to leave. His trip to save his fellow villagers eventually becomes a journey across time to resurrect the planet.
On his epic journey, Ark must resurrect continents, revive all forms of life, and re-establish civilization. What fate awaits Ark at the end of his journey?