Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters is a game published and developed by Nintendo for the Game Boy, and was first released in November 1991. The game was not released in Japan. It is a sequel to the original Kid Icarus (released for the FDS in 1986 and NES in 1987) and it uses the same engine as Metroid II: Return of Samus (similarly to how the original Kid Icarus used Metroids engine).


One night, Palutena had a horrible dream that an army of demons attacks her beloved Angel Land. The worried goddess summons a soothsayer so that the soothsayer could explain the meaning of her dreams. The soothsayer explains that it was not just a dream and it would soon come to pass that a demon named Orcos would attack Angel Land. Palutena then summons Pit and explains the crisis to him, she commands him to obtain the Three Sacred treasures so that he would be worthy of using them when Orcos finally attacks.


Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters is a action platfromer. You can play as pit in which the bow is his main weapon. Pit can now flap his wings in mid-air to slow his descent. You can buy items in shops. Treasuries can  hold items. There are sacred treasuries in the game. Some of the sacred teasuries are the wings of pegasus, the silver armor an light arrows.



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