Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars video game
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It was ported to the Sega Master System in 1988. Alex's mission is to run through each level, knocking down enemies, and obtain the six miracle balls. Once the six miracle balls are ontained, the player must run through all the levels again, but with new enemies. The arcade version has a limited number of lives , whereas the Master System version has infinite lives, though being hit or falling into a pit subtracts seconds in the timer and backtracks the player to the last checkpoint in the round.

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It was ported to the Sega Master System in 1988. Alex's mission is to run through each level, knocking down enemies, and obtain the six miracle balls. Once the six miracle balls are ontained, the player must run through all the levels again, but with new enemies. The arcade version has a limited number of lives , whereas the Master System version has infinite lives, though being hit or falling into a pit subtracts seconds in the timer and backtracks the player to the last checkpoint in the round.

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Sega

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