Ewoks - Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors (1987) - MSX

Let’s play: Ewoks – Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors (1987) – MSX

Ewoks – Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors (1987) was a video game developed by Lucasfilm Games (now known as LucasArts) and released for the MSX computer platform. The game was based on the popular Star Wars franchise and focused on the adventures of the adorable Ewok character Wicket and his group of warrior friends, known as the Dandelion Warriors.

The game was set on the forest moon of Endor, where Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors lived and protected their village from the dangers of the forest. Players took control of Wicket as he navigated through various levels and encountered various enemies, including stormtroopers, scout troopers, and other dangers.

One of the unique features of the game was its use of the MSX’s “Graphic Data Transfer System,” which allowed for detailed and colorful graphics to be displayed on the screen. The game’s characters and environments were all beautifully designed, and the Ewoks themselves were cute and charming, capturing the hearts of many players.

The gameplay itself was fairly straightforward, with players using Wicket’s spear and various other weapons to defeat enemies and progress through the levels. Players could also collect power-ups and items to help them on their journey, including health-restoring berries and special power-ups that granted temporary invincibility or increased attack strength.

As players progressed through the game, they encountered various boss battles, including a giant spider and an Imperial AT-ST walker. These battles required careful strategy and quick reflexes, as players had to dodge attacks and find weaknesses in the enemy’s defenses in order to defeat them.

Despite its simplicity, Ewoks – Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors was a highly enjoyable game that captured the magic and charm of the Star Wars franchise. The Ewoks themselves were lovable characters that players couldn’t help but root for, and the various levels and enemies kept the gameplay interesting and challenging.

In addition to its gameplay, the game also featured an engaging storyline that followed Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors as they worked to defend their village from the dangers of the forest. Players learned about the Ewok culture and way of life, and even got to participate in a celebration of the Ewok’s traditional “Dandelion Festival.”

Overall, Ewoks – Wicket and the Dandelion Warriors was a delightful and engaging game that captured the essence of the Star Wars universe and offered a unique and enjoyable experience for players. Its cute and charming characters, engaging gameplay, and immersive storyline made it a standout game for the MSX platform and a fan-favorite among players.

Novara Skuara

When I was 7, I saw Star Wars: A New Hope in theaters a week after it opened. My parents were nice enough to take me and I have been a fan of Star Wars and almost all science fiction in general. I am an amateur writer who has been published for contributing flavor text to a RP game. I also have a copyright on a novel I hope to be able to publish sometime soon.