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Lion

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Lion
Lion GWG3.png
Developer(s): Nintendo
Publisher(s): Nintendo EAD
Platform: Game & Watch
Category:
Players: 1
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Successor:
Copyrights: N/A
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

1981

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Lion is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Gold series on April 29, 1981. It is also an unlockable minigame in Game & Watch Gallery 3.

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Gameplay[edit]

Lions are on the loose, forcing the lion tamers to use chairs to keep the lions in their cage. Each time the player keeps a lion in a cage, they earn two points. As the game progresses, the lions will move faster. If a lion escapes, the player gets a miss. At 200 and 500 points, any misses the player has will be cleared. When the player gets three misses, they receive a Game Over. Game A has two lions, while Game B has three.

Related Games[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Lion appeared as part of the stage Flat Zone 2.
  • Lion is Mr. Game & Watch's side-tilt move attack in the Super Smash Bros. series. In these games, Mr. Game & Watch pulls out a chair to keep enemies away. In the stages Flat Zone 2 and Flat Zone X, there is a model based on Lion, and players fill the roles of the lions.

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Game & Watch series logo

Silver Series Ball • Flagman • Vermin • Fire • Judge
Gold Series Manhole • Helmet • Lion
Wide Screen Series Parachute • Octopus • Popeye • Chef • Mickey Mouse • Egg • Turtle Bridge • Fire Attack • Snoopy Tennis
Multi-Screen Series Oil Panic • Donkey Kong • Mickey and Donald • Greenhouse • Donkey Kong II • Mario Bros. • Rain Shower • Lifeboat • Pinball • Blackjack • Squish • Bomb Sweeper • Safebuster • Gold Cliff • Zelda
New Wide Screen Series

Donkey Kong Jr. • Mario's Cement Factory • Tropical Fish • Super Mario Bros. • Climber • Balloon Fight • Mario the Juggler

Tabletop Series Donkey Kong Jr. • Mario's Cement Factory • Snoopy • Popeye
Panorama Series Snoopy • Popeye • Donkey Kong Jr. • Mario's Bombs Away • Mickey Mouse • Donkey Kong Circus
Super Color Series Spitball Sparky • Crab Grab
Micro Vs. Series Boxing • Donkey Kong 3 • Donkey Kong Hockey
Crystal Screen Series Super Mario Bros. • Climber • Balloon Fight

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