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mar­ble mad­ness var­i­ous, 1984

This is re­ally clutch­ing at straws. How­ever, Mar­ble Mad­ness re­wards play­ers for avoid­ing bot­tom­less chasms, and also those who can suc­cess­fully reach the exit of the stage, so some com­par­isons can be ten­u­ously drawn. prob­a­bly re­quires more hand-eye co­or­di­na­tion than The Lost Golem though.

Lem­mings amiga, 1991

It’s hard to rec­om­mend games sim­i­lar to The Lost Golem sim­ply be­cause it is quite unique in terms of game­play and aes­thetic, but Lem­mings would be a good place to start. guide your tiny au­ton­o­mous min­ions to safety while giv­ing com­mands and be­queath­ing spe­cific abil­i­ties to mem­bers of the tribe.

BLAST Corps NIN­TENDO 64, 1997

If you swap the king in The Lost Golem for a run­away nu­clear war­head, and re­place the walls with city blocks and sub­ur­ban hous­ing de­vel­op­ments then you get Blast Corps… sort of. granted, Blast Corps in­volves de­stroy­ing real es­tate for the ben­e­fit of the lo­cal pop­u­la­tion, but there are sim­i­lar­i­ties.

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