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Three Wonders (known in Japan as Wonder 3) is a compilation of three unique games developed and released by Capcom for arcades (running CPS-1 hardware) on July 1991.

Its main feature is allowing players to choose from three unique games (somewhat similar to multi-slot Neo Geo MVS hardware), including a side-scrolling platformer, a horizontal shoot-'em-up, and an action puzzle game.

It was later ported to the Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation, exclusive to Japan, by Xing in early 1998 (as part of their Arcade Gears series). The original version was included in two 2006 compilations: Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 (released for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox) and Capcom Classics Collection Remixed (released for the PlayStation Portable)

Midnight Wanderers

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Midnight Wanderers: Quest for the Chariot (known in Japan as ROOSTERS: Looking for Chariot) is a high-fantasy side-scrolling action platformer similar to other Capcom titles (such as Mega Man and Strider).

Players control one of the titular Midnight Wanderers (Lou or Siva) as they fight demons to reach the legendary Chariot of Light.


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Chariot: Adventure through the Sky (known in Japan as CHARIOT: Journey to the Sky) is a high-fantasy horizontally-scrolling shoot-'em-up similar to the Gradius series.

Set after the events of Midnight Wanderers, players again don the role of the titular Midnight Wanderers as they fly around to defeat demons.

Don't Pull

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Don't Pull is an action puzzle game similar to Pirate Ship Higemaru, Kitten Kaboodle, and the Pengo series.

Players control either Don the Rabbit or Pull the Squirrel as they crush monsters by pushing blocks at them.

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