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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams is a challenging fast-paced platformer with a twist.

Warp Giana’s dream world at will to transform your abilities and surroundings. Use your skill, speed, and brains to brave the dangers of Giana’s twisted dreams! Giana laughs at spooky nightmares, lightly twirling past monsters and traps. Fluffy sugarbowl dreams on the other hand tick her off, unleashing her fiery, punky side, ready to dash and smash all in her path!

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Posted by Martin Watts

A real dream game

When The Great Giana Sisters was released way back in 1987, it quickly became notorious for its remarkable similarities to Super Mario Bros. So much so, in fact, that it attracted the legal attention of Nintendo and was swiftly withdrawn from sale. The...

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HeatBombastic said:

I actually don't know too much about this title, but I've heard plenty of good things. Welcome to my game menu, Giana sisters.



RegalSin said:

Giana sisters was an Mario clone but staring two "girls". However the game itself is different. This game was brought back for the NDS with an completely different storylne and retelling ( meaning original function is lost ). In fact the game practically has no real story or structure at all, just gameplay. The original Amiga game was actually quite common awhile ago and only recently their has been an resurge of interest in this game. Honestly the game was really common and you could find it for less then $40. Some people are attempting to sell this game for overpriced amounts like $2000.

Personally I like the art of the original game but it like many other Amiga games was westerners ( like most us ) who wanted to creative and shows what happens when westerners makes video-games BEFORE the heavy influence of Japanese media before the internet.

In this case the influence was Mario at the time, one could assume among the many Mario clone games.

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