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Three Wonders

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Three Wonders
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Video Game
Joystick; Array buttons
Arcade, Sega Saturn and PlayStation
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Three Wonders (Wonder 3 in Japan) is an arcade game made by Capcom in 1991 using the Capcom Play System (CPS1) engine. It contained three games from which a player may choose:

  1. Midnight Wanderers: Quest for the Chariot - A platformer, like other Capcom titles such as Mega Man and Strider. The player controls a hobbit named Lou and his travelling companion, Siva, to basically run, climb, and shoot at enemies.
  2. Chariot: Adventure through the Sky - A basic shoot-'em up game featuring the characters from Midnight Wanderers, but in a Gradius-esque game.
  3. Don't Pull - A puzzle game similar to games like the Eggerland series and Pengo that involves pushing blocks to crush monsters.

Three Wonders was ported in 1998 to the Sega Saturn and PlayStation.

Capcom rereleased this collection of games in 2006 onto Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox and Capcom Classics Collection Remixed on the PSP.