Puss 'n Boots: Pero's Great Adventure is a video game released in 1990 by Electro Brain for the NES. In Japan, the game was released as Nagagutsu wo Haita Neko: Sekai Isshuu 80 Nichi Dai Bouken (長靴をはいた猫 世界一周８０日大冒険). It was loosely based on Jules Verne's book, Around the World in Eighty Days. Pero's name is also "Perrault" in the Japanese game. The character Pero, who is Toei Animation's mascot, is based on the cat from the folktale entitled Puss in Boots, by Charles Perrault. The game's title comes from that story as well.
The game consists of 7 stages, taking place in various locations in the world.
Stage 1 - The West
A side-scrolling stage set in the old west. Many of the enemy cats don cowboy outfits.
Stage 2 - Ocean
A stage consisting of travel by boat and by submarine. A grey frog boss is at the end.
Stage 3 - Arabia
A stage consisting of travel by car in a desert and Arabian-looking town.
Stage 4 - Space Wars
A stage consisting of travel by biplane over some mountains.
Stage 5 - London
A side-scrolling stage. The enemy cats don outfits of British Foot Guards. A white and blue, sword-wielding demon monster boss is at the end.
Stage 6 - Liberty
A stage consisting of travel in an open sky area by hot air balloon.
Stage 7 - New York
A maze-like side-scrolling stage. Dr. Gari-gari and Count Gruemon are the bosses at the end, respectively. After beating them, Pero ends up atop the Statue of Liberty and the game ends.
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