Lagrange Point
NES-Langrange
$85.00 inc. tax
New Battery
Shell Color NES*
Lagrange Point Summary

Lagrange Point

NOTE: This reproduction requires the audio mod on the console for the music to play. The cartridge will play without the audio expansion mod, it just won't have music. The expansion is easy to perform if you have some basic soldering skills.

Link on audio mod directions.
http://www.retrofixes.com/2014/05/open-hidden-sound-channels-in-nes.html

Lagrange Point is a role-playing video game developed and published by Konami for the Family Computer. The game was released exclusively in Japan on April 26, 1991.
The title of the game references Lagrangian Points, the five positions in space where a body of negligible mass could be placed which would then maintain its position relative to two existing massive bodies. Lagrange Point has the distinction of being the only game ever released with Konami's VRC7 sound generator integrated circuits, which allowed for a drastic improvement in the quality of the music and sound effects used in the game. 

The gameplay tropes are rather typical of a role playing game developed during this time period. It has a high random encounter rate and the battle system is simplistic allowing you to use items, choose special attacks and swap between individual members of your party. There is even an auto system that allows you to beat a lot of encounters just by hitting the A button. Additionally youll be able to change your lead party member at any time through the menu. The environments are well varied, although in typical style for the time the level design itself is pretty much a labyrinth with minor navigational puzzles designed to impede your progress. Saving can only be done through terminals you encounter in the game world, and can't be done manually through the menu.[3]


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