Wardner

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This article is for the 1987 videogame. For the city of Wardner, in Idaho, see Wardner, Idaho.
Wardner
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Wardner's US box art
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
[[Toaplan]][[Category:Toaplan]]
[[Taito;
Visco]][[Category:Taito;
Visco]]
Platform
8 way Joystick, 2 buttons
Arcade;
Mega Drive/Genesis;
Famicom Disk System
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Wardner (also known as Wardner no Mori, Wardner Special in Japan and Pyros in the U.S.) is a platform style arcade game released by Taito in 1987. The player controls a character by the name of Dover through various forest stages in an attempt to save his girlfriend from the evil Wardner. The simple run and jump controls are supplemented with the ability to throw balls of fire. Gold coins can be collected throughout the game and exchanged for extra abilities in a shop at the end of each level.

The game was ported to the Famicom Disc System in 1988 in Japan and later the Sega Mega Drive in 1990 as Wardner no Mori Special in Japan and re-branded back to Wardner in the U.S. the title was never released in Europe, even though the arcade game was commonplace in European Arcades.

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