They've shown up together in both the original Kirby's Dreamland, as well as the SNES classic Kirby Super Star and its DS remake, Kirby Super Star Ultra, and have made an appearance in the Puyo Puyo port Kirby's Avalanche.
The Eggerland Series Another look at the lineage of the series. Japanese Cover
The Eggerland Series Another look at the lineage of the series. Kirby Super Star Quest of Lala/Revival!
It's also noticeably more challenging than its English language counterpart. ***** ELM06.2: Stage Solutions ***** If you are a first time reader of my Eggerland FAQs then I recommend you look at the section regarding ASCII map keys. Intro And like its immediate predecessor, it also has just fifty puzzles. Kirby's Avalance
Links But what really makes it badass is that you can share your designs with other people on-line.
The final chapter of the Eggerland franchise is technically just one title, but it was released in two forms, with a period of a whole four years in between the both of them. Quest of Lala/Revival! Japanese Cover And you'll need them, too, because it won't take long before the puzzles start frying your brain. 500 years later it broke, meaning that everybody was screwed. The two releases having different protagonists is actually worked into the larger story that's told between the two of them, which goes something like this: A long time ago, in a land... well, in Eden Land, King Eden VI (ancestor of the current King Egger, I'm assuming) sealed King Egger away in some kind of magical shrine. Upon finishing both of them you'll unlock a third. Eggerland - Windows (1996 / 2000) brings back Lolo as the hero. Third row will go from icon #15 to icon #21. So, it's up to the two of them to save the day. has compatibility problems with modern PCs.
In either version, if it takes just a whole crapload of tries to finish any particular puzzles then Lala/Lolo will do a victory dance of sorts, humorously mirroring the player's own relief that they've finally beaten the damn thing.
There's also different graphical themes (and their accompanying music) that you can select for each room - the demo has only 3 different themes, while the full game has 12. has compatibility problems with modern PCs. Eggerland") - the "full" version of Quest of Lala - in 2000. It might actually be the best puzzle game for GB, but it's definitely the worst installment in the Eggerland series. Eggerland
Instead, the story is about King Egger turning everybody in Eden Land to stone - everybody except Lolo and Lala, that is. Quest of Lala
What you'll notice right off of the bat is that Lala hasn't been kidnapped.
As is the case with the previous installment, the Japanese release has (mostly) different, but equally great, puzzles, so both versions are well worth looking into. It's especially noteworthy for having one of the creepiest intros that you'll ever see in a game, with King Egger cornering a scared witless Lala in a dark room, then slowly, eerily reaching out for her from above.
And there's no more needless backtracking as you can teleport (from the map screen) to any of the rooms you've already completed. Also, you've got infinite lives, and the passwords have been replaced with a simple save feature. The Last of Us 2 Walkthrough and Guide; Pokemon Omega Ruby Walkthrough and Str.. West of Dead walkthrough and guide Gears Tactics walkthrough and guide Love Nikki-Dress UP Queen walkthrough .. Disintegration walkthrough and guide SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Biki.. Persona 4 Golden Walkthrough and Guide Desperados 3 walkthrough and guide