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    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released November 1991

    A medieval fantasy 2D platformer with a sword-wielding protagonist. Originally called Leander, it was ported to the Sega Genesis as Galahad.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Galahad last edited by Mento on 10/17/20 09:32AM View full history


    Leander is a platformer developed for the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST home computers, and later received a Sega Genesis port under the name of Galahad (The Legend of Galahad in Europe). It was the first game ever developed by the UK-based Traveller's Tales, which later became better known for their Sega/Sonic Team collaborations and for the Warner Bros. LEGO franchise.

    Princess Lucanna is being held captive by the evil Thanatos/Miragorn. Leander/Galahad must hack and slash his way through three worlds to save the princess. While exploring levels, Leander/Galahad can collect money from scattered chests and use it to purchase upgrades in stores.


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