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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* Sega of Japan Virtual Console pages: [http://vc.sega.jp/vc_ms_alexmw/ Master System]
 
* Sega of Japan Virtual Console pages: [http://vc.sega.jp/vc_ms_alexmw/ Master System]
* Nintendo catalogue pages: [https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/EPZWcNBShgb4sHTLvOMIOqNCcKLDf6P- US], [https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Virtual-Console-Wii-/Alex-Kidd-In-Miracle-World--276159.html UK]
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* Nintendo catalogue pages: [https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/EPZWcNBShgb4sHTLvOMIOqNCcKLDf6P- US], [https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Virtual-Console-Wii-/Alex-Kidd-In-Miracle-World--276159.html UK], [http://web.archive.org/web/20120328011813/http://www.nintendo.com.au/index.php?action=catalogue&prodcat_id=42&prod_id=19894&pageID=4 AU]
 
* ''{{PAGENAME}}'' on PlayStation.com: [http://www.jp.playstation.com/software/title/jp0177npjb00094_00alexkiddpsnjp001.html JP], [https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/alex-kidd-miracle-world-ps3/ US], [http://www.playstation.co.kr/game/2730 KR]
 
* ''{{PAGENAME}}'' on PlayStation.com: [http://www.jp.playstation.com/software/title/jp0177npjb00094_00alexkiddpsnjp001.html JP], [https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/alex-kidd-miracle-world-ps3/ US], [http://www.playstation.co.kr/game/2730 KR]
 
* ''{{PAGENAME}}'' on PlayStation Store: [https://store.playstation.com/#!/ja-jp/ゲーム/セガエイジスオンライン-アレックスキッドのミラクルワールド/cid=JP0177-NPJB00094_00-ALEXKIDDPSNJP001 JP], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world/cid=UP0177-NPUB30323_00-ALEXKIDDPSNUS001 US], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world/cid=EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001 UK], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-au/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world/cid=EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001 AU], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/ko-kr/%ea%b2%8c%ec%9e%84/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world-%ec%a0%9c%ed%92%88%ed%8c%90/cid=HP0177-NPHB00252_00-ALEXKIDDPSNAS001 KR], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-tw/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world-full-game/cid=HP0177-NPHB00252_00-ALEXKIDDPSNAS001 TW]
 
* ''{{PAGENAME}}'' on PlayStation Store: [https://store.playstation.com/#!/ja-jp/ゲーム/セガエイジスオンライン-アレックスキッドのミラクルワールド/cid=JP0177-NPJB00094_00-ALEXKIDDPSNJP001 JP], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world/cid=UP0177-NPUB30323_00-ALEXKIDDPSNUS001 US], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world/cid=EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001 UK], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-au/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world/cid=EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001 AU], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/ko-kr/%ea%b2%8c%ec%9e%84/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world-%ec%a0%9c%ed%92%88%ed%8c%90/cid=HP0177-NPHB00252_00-ALEXKIDDPSNAS001 KR], [https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-tw/games/alex-kidd-in-miracle-world-full-game/cid=HP0177-NPHB00252_00-ALEXKIDDPSNAS001 TW]

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Alex Kidd in Miracle World
System(s): Sega Master System, Virtual Console, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Now
Publisher:
Developer:
Genre: Action































Number of players: 1
Official in-game languages:
  • 日本語
  • English
  • 한국어
  • Release Date RRP Code
    Sega Master System
    JP
    ¥5,000 G-1306
    Sega Master System
    US
    $? 5067
    Sega Master System
    US
    (Rerelease)
    $? 5067
    Sega Master System
    UK
    £22.95[1] MK-5067-50
    Sega Master System
    FR
    ?F MK-5067-50
    Sega Master System
    DE
    DM 60 41013
    Sega Master System
    ES
    ?Ptas MK-5067-50
    Sega Master System
    BR
    R$? ?
    Sega Master System
    KR
    ₩? GB-1306-KS
    Sega Master System
    TW
    NT$? G-1306



    Wii Virtual Console
    JP
    500pts[3]
    A
    Wii Virtual Console
    US
    500pts[4]
    Everyone
    Wii Virtual Console
    EU
    500pts[5]
    Wii Virtual Console
    AU
    600pts[7]
    G
    Sony PlayStation 3
    JP
    ¥571 (600)[8] NPJB-00094
    A
    Sony PlayStation 3
    US
    $4.99[10] NPUB-30323
    Everyone
    Sony PlayStation 3
    EU
    €4.49[11] NPEB-00415
    7+
    Sony PlayStation 3
    UK
    £3.69[12] NPEB-00415
    7+
    Sony PlayStation 3
    AU
    $6.75[13] NPEB-00415
    G
    Sony PlayStation 3
    KR
    ₩6,300[9] NPHB-00252
    All
    Sony PlayStation 3
    TW
    NT$159[14] NPHB-00252
    0+
    PlayStation Now
    JP
    ¥? ?



    Alex Kidd in Miracle World (アレックスキッドのミラクルワールド) is a video game released in 1986 by Sega for the Sega Master System console. It is the first of several games in the Alex Kidd series, starring a character which would serve as the company's mascot for half a decade before being replaced by Sonic the Hedgehog.

    Alex Kidd in Miracle World stands as one of the more popular Master System releases, having been built into many Master System consoles during the late 1980s and early 1990s. It is also one of the few Master System games to have an official Korean translation. Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle may be considered a direct sequel to this game, as it continues the story of Alex's search for his father, King Sander (a.k.a. King Thunder).

    The game has since been re-released for the Wii's Virtual Console service.

    Gameplay

    Alex Kidd is a platform game which bears a superficial resemblance to Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. You play as Alex, the eponymous character who lives on the planet Aries, who is an expert in the martial art of Shellcore, which enables him to break certain blocks and enemies by punching them. These blocks typically contain money, which can be spent on power-ups and extra lives in shops, however some blocks also contain power-ups, or ghosts which follow Alex until he puts enough distance between them.

    In some levels, you will be able to use vehicles to assist your progress - the Sukopako Motorcycle, the Peticopter (a pedal-powered helicopter equipped with missiles) and the Suisui Boat. Throughout the game you learn that Alex is a prince of the royal family, who has been usurped by a tyrant named Janken the Great. Your goal is to free the captured royals, and defeat Janken and his henchmen in games of rock-paper-scissors followed by traditional boss fights. In addition, you must collect a series of treasures which will help you bring peace to the kingdom of Radaxian and restore the citizens who were turned into stone.

    Items

    AKiMW SunMedallion Sprite.png
    Sun Stone Medallion
    This medallion is required in order to get the Gold Crown.
    AKiMW MoonlightMedallion Sprite.png
    Moonlight Stone Medallion
    Another medallion needed to unlock the door of a room where the Gold Crown is hidden.
    AKiMW HirottaStone Sprite.png
    Hirotta Stone
    This stone is the key to solve a puzzle to get the final item.
    AKiMW GoldCrown Sprite.png
    Gold Crown
    It holds magical powers and is the final item to finish the game.
    AKiMW NibanaLetter Sprite.png
    Personal letter to the kingdom of Nibana
    You can't get the Hirotta Stone without finding this letter first, and it'll only appear after you free Alex's twin brother, Egle.
    AKiMW SmallGoldBag Sprite.png
    Bag of Gold Coins (small)
    It contains 10U
    AKiMW BigGoldBag Sprite.png
    Bag of Gold Coins (big)
    It contains 20U
    AKiMW TelepathyBall Sprite.png
    Telepathy Ball
    It shows you what your rival is thinking while playing the rock-paper-scissors game.
    AKiMW TeleportPowder Sprite.png
    Teleport Powder
    This powder will make you invincible for a few seconds. Shop price: 100U
    AKiMW PowerBracelet Sprite.png
    Power Bracelet
    It allows Alex to perform the "Shocking Waves of Destruction", which can destroy enemies and blocks from distance. Shop price: 100U
    AKiMW ExtraLife Sprite.png
    Alex Kidd
    This item represents an extra life. Shop price: 500U
    AKiMW FlightCane Sprite.png
    Cane of Flight
    This cane makes you able to float to any direction, for a few seconds. Shop price: 120U
    AKiMW MagicCapsuleA Sprite.png
    Magic Capsule A
    This capsule summons eight little friends which walk straight forward, hitting the enemies in their way. Shop price: 100U
    AKiMW MagicCapsuleB Sprite.png
    Magic Capsule B
    Creates a barrier that protects you from one hit of an enemy. Shop price: 120U
    AKiMW SukopakoItem Sprite.png
    Sukopako Motorcyle
    It allows you to move faster, also breaks rocks and destroy enemies. Shop price: 200U
    AKiMW PeticopterItem Sprite.png
    Peticopter
    It allows you to fly and shoot missiles. Shop price: 200U

    Special blocks

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    Special Block 1
    You can find goods inside this box, usually bag of coins.
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    Special Block 2
    This box can contain either something good or an evil ghost, break it at your own risk.
    AKiMW SkullBox Sprite.png
    Box of a Skull
    Breaking this box will make Alex paralyze for a few seconds.
    AKiMW PinkBox Sprite.png
    Box in Pink
    Stepping on it reveals you a secret.
    AKiMW SkullBoxPink Sprite.png
    Skull's Box in Pink
    Stepping on this box always summon a ghost.

    Enemies

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    Monster Bird
    Monster Bird is the first enemy you see in the game. It can only fly horizontally offering very little danger.
    Points: 200
    AKiMW MonsterFrog Sprite.png
    Monster Frog
    It jumps vertically on the same block, being about as easy as Monster Bird. You face Monster Frog for the first time at the second half of Mt. Eternal.
    Points: 200
    AKiMW Scorpion Sprite.png
    Scorpion
    Another common enemy, first seen at the second half of Mt. Eternal, Scorpion can only walk horizontally being an easy target.
    Points: 200
    AKiMW SmallPoisonousFish Sprite.png
    Small Poisonous Fish
    Its first appearance is in Mt. Eternal, at the undersea part of the first half. Like Monster Bird and Scorpion, it only moves horizontally.
    Points: 200
    AKiMW FlyingFish Sprite.png
    Flying Fish
    Flying Fish is first seen at the second part of The Island of St. Nurari. It comes from the bottom of the screen, jumping out of the water in a curved movement.
    Points: 200
    AKiMW RollingRock Sprite.png
    Rolling Rock
    Rolling Rock is first seen at the first half of Mt. Kave, and only moves horizontally.
    Points: 200
    AKiMW Bat Sprite.png
    Bat
    Also found for the first time in Mt. Kave, just a little ahead of Rolling Rock, Bat flies horizontally, moving a little up and down at the same time.
    Points: 400
    AKiMW Monkey Sprite.png
    Monkey
    Monkey is first seen at The Blakwoods. It sits on the higher branches of trees, flinging green fruits at you.
    Points: 400
    AKiMW Hopper Sprite.png
    Hopper
    First seen at the second part of The Village of Namui, it moves horizontally while hopping, as the name implies. Unlike most monsters, Hopper can fall into deadly spots, such as lava.
    Points: 400
    AKiMW KillerFish Sprite.png
    Killer Fish
    Killer Fish moves horizontally and go up and down at the same time, being sort of challenging for beginners. It is first featured at the second half of Mt. Eternal.
    Points: 400
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    Sea Horse
    Sea Horse can move to any directions and its main characteristic is the way it tries to avoid you. First seen in Lake Fathom.
    Points: 400
    AKiMW Merman Sprite.png
    Merman
    Like Small Poisonous Fish, Merman is first seen at the undersea part of Mt. Eternal. It moves vertically and occasionally releases deadly bubbles.
    Points: 600
    AKiMW Ox Sprite.png
    Ox
    Ox is a charging bull mini-boss, found at the end of The Village of Namui. It initially moves very slowly, but becomes faster after each time you hit it.
    Points: 600
    AKiMW GrizzlyBear Sprite.png
    Grizzly Bear
    Grizzly Bear is a sword-wielding bear mini-boss found at The Blakwood.
    Points: 800
    AKiMW RiceBall Sprite.png
    Rice Ball
    The manual lists it as an enemy although it is an item, which is found at the end of each part of each level; it also appears after a boss is defeated.
    Points: 1,000
    AKiMW Octopus Sprite.png
    Octopus
    Octopus has a long tentacle, composed of eight destructible parts. It is first found in Lake Fathom.
    Points: 4,200

    Bosses

    AKiMW GoosekaTheSlippery Sprite.png
    Gooseka the Slippery
    Gooseka, named Stone Head in the English version of the game, is the third henchman of Janken The Great. He represents the stone of the rock-paper-scissors game and is first seen at the end of Mr. Eternal.
    Points: 2,000
    AKiMW ChokkinnaTheSly Sprite.png
    Chokkinna the Sly
    Chokkinna, named Scissors Head in the English version of the game, is the second henchman of Janken The Great. He represents the scissors of the rock-paper-scissors game and is first seen in Mt. Kave.
    Points: 2,000
    AKiMW ParplinThePursuer Sprite.png
    Parplin the Pursuer
    Parplin, named Paper Head in the English version of the game, is the first henchman of Janken The Great. He represents the paper of the rock-paper-scissors game and is first seen in Bingoo Lowland.
    Points: 2,000
    AKiMW JankenTheGreat Sprite.png
    Janken the Great
    Janken The Great is an expert at the rock-paper-scissors game, and the emperor of the planet Janbarik. His plan is to take over the city of Radaxian. You face him in Cragg Lake, as the final the boss, although the game does not end after his defeat.
    Points: 10,000

    Levels

    AKiMW Mt Eternal.png
    Mt. Eternal
    Unlike most platform games of the era, Alex Kidd in Miracle World starts off on a downwards descent, allowing the user to become accustomed to the controls as well as stock up on money.

    The second half of this level includes a shop where you buy your first Motorcycle.

    AKiMW Lake Fathom.png
    Lake Fathom
    A hidden area can be found under one of the octopuses.
    AKiMW St Nurari.png
    The Island of St. Nurari
    First Peticopter level.
    AKiMW Village of Namui.png
    The Village of Namui
    The boss for this level is a charging bull.
    AKiMW Mt Kave.png
    Mt. Kave
    Collect an item which allows you to read opponents' thoughts in rock-paper-scissors matches.
    AKiMW Blakwoods.png
    The Blakwoods
    Lots of tricky jumps over spike traps and a sword-wielding bear for a boss.
    AKiMW Bingoo Lowland.png
    Bingoo Lowland
    Has clouds that shoot columns of lightning.
    AKiMW Radaxian Castle.png
    The Radaxian Castle
    Rescue Alex's brother at the end of this maze-like castle.
    AKiMW City of Radaxian.png
    The City of Radaxian
    AKiMW Nibana.png
    The Kingdom of Nibana
    AKiMW Janken.png
    Janken
    Fight Janken at the end of a long and difficult castle.
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    Cragg Lake
    Enter the correct sequence in the cavern under the lake to receive the final item and complete the game.

    Achievements

    Main article: Alex Kidd in Miracle World/Achievements.

    History

    Legacy

    The French pop punk band Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! have a song named after the game on the initial release of their album Something for Nothing.

    Versions

    • The first release of this game had the actions of buttons 1 and 2 swapped around. It was later changed with its Master System II inclusion to better correlate with other games out at the time.
    • In the Japanese release, Alex collects a rice ball to complete a level and is seen eating it on the following map screen. This was changed to a hamburger in western releases, since rice balls are a food particular to Japan only.

    Production credits

    Based on other known roles, a more detailed credit list would be as follows:


    Hints

    Magazine articles

    Main article: Alex Kidd in Miracle World/Magazine articles.

    Artwork

    Promotional material

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    Print advert in Wiz (IL) #8 (1991-xx-xx)

    Physical scans

    Master System version

    Sega Retro Average 
    Publication Score Source
    78
    87 №1, p47[16]
    86 №4, p90[17]
    86 №1, p52Media:TheCompleteGuideToSega UK.pdf[18]
    83 №13, p90/91[19]
    52 №16, p31[20]
    99 №1, p21
    80 1986-04
    86 №1, p132[21]
    93 №10, p24
    80 №23, p55
    95 №1, p19[22]
    65 №50
    Sega Master System
    82
    Based on
    13 reviews

    Master System, US
    AKiddInMiracleWorld ms us cover.jpg
    Cover
    AKiddInMiracleWorld ms us-eu cart.jpg
    Cart
    Alexkiddmiracleworld sms us manual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, US ("SM" variant)
    AKiMW US sm cover.jpg
    Cover
    Alexkiddmiracleworld sms us manual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, US (re-release)
    AKiMW US rerelease cover.jpg
    Cover
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSUSMaualRerelease.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, EU
    AKiddInMiracleWorld ms eu cover.jpg
    Cover
    AKiddInMiracleWorld ms us-eu cart.jpg
    Cart
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSEUManual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, EU
    "No Limits" variant
    AKiMW EU nolimits cover.jpg
    Cover
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSEUManual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, JP
    AKiMW SMS JP Box Back.jpgNospine.pngAKiddInMiracleWorld ms jp cover.jpg
    Cover
    AlexKiddMW SMS JP Cart.jpg
    Cart
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSJPManual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, BR
    AKiddInMiracleWorld ms sa cover.jpg
    Cover
    AKiMW SMS BR Cart.jpg
    Cart
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSBrManual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, BR (newer)
    AKiMW SMS BR Box Alt.jpg
    Cover
    AKiMW SMS BR Cart.jpg
    Cart
    AKiMW SMS BR Manual Alt.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, TW
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorld SMS TW backcover.jpgNospine.pngAlexKiddInMiracleWorld SMS TW cover.jpg
    Cover
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorld SMS TW cart.jpg
    Cart
    Master System, DE
    AlexKiddMW SMS DE Box.jpg
    Cover
    Master System, KR
    AKiMW SMS KR Gamboy cover.jpg
    Cover
    AKiMW SMS KR Cart Top.jpg
    AKiMW SMS KR Cart Back.jpgAKiMW SMS KR Gamboy cart.jpg
    Cart
    Master System, SE

    Master System, Benelux Union
    AKiMW SMS BX box front.jpg
    Cover
    Master System, GR
    AKiddInMiracleWorld SMS GR cover.jpg
    Cover
    AKiddInMiracleWorld ms us-eu cart.jpg
    Cart
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSEUManual.pdf
    Manual
    Master System, GR
    "No Limits" variant
    AKiMW SMS GR nolimits cover.jpg
    Cover
    AlexKiddInMiracleWorldSMSEUManual.pdf
    Manual

    Virtual Console version

    Technical information

    ROM dump status

    System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
    Sega Master System
     ?
    CRC32 17A40E29
    MD5 3D9A8D5C2D6D3F8FF63A8F7C77FFA983
    SHA-1 8CECF8ED0F765163B2657BE1B0A3CE2A9CB767F4
    128kB Cartridge (EU/US)
    Sega Master System
     ?
    CRC32 AED9AAC4
    MD5 F43E74FFEC58DDF62F0B8667D31F22C0
    SHA-1 6D052E0CCA3F2712434EFD856F733C03011BE41C
    128kB Cartridge (EU/US) (Alt)
    Sega Master System
     ?
    CRC32 08C9EC91
    MD5 6E8E702E1D8A893EE698B93F5807972A
    SHA-1 62FDC25501E17B87C355378562C3B1966E5F9008
    128kB Cartridge (JP)

    External links

    • Sega of Japan Virtual Console pages: Master System
    • Nintendo catalogue pages: US, UK, AU
    • Alex Kidd in Miracle World on PlayStation.com: JP, US, KR
    • Alex Kidd in Miracle World on PlayStation Store: JP, US, UK, AU, KR, TW

    References

    1. File:ACE UK 16.pdf, page 164
    2. https://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/vc/software/07.html (archived: 2018-03-05 23:01)
    3. http://vc.sega.jp:80/vc_ms_alexmw/ (archived: 2008-05-15 00:44)
    4. 4.0 4.1 http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/EPZWcNBShgb4sHTLvOMIOqNCcKLDf6P- (archived: 2010-11-22 22:46)
    5. 5.0 5.1 http://www.nintendolife.com:80/games/mastersystem/alex_kidd_in_miracle_world (archived: 2017-07-06 15:13)
    6. https://archive.is/yQFAh
    7. http://www.nintendo.com.au/index.php?action=catalogue&prodcat_id=42&prod_id=19894&pageID=4 (archived: 2012-03-28 01:18)
    8. 8.0 8.1 http://www.jp.playstation.com/software/title/jp0177npjb00094_00alexkiddpsnjp001.html (archived: 2012-11-25 05:52)
    9. 9.0 9.1 PlayStation Store (ko-kr; HP0177-NPHB00252_00-ALEXKIDDPSNAS001) (archived: 2018-03-25 00:33)
    10. 10.0 10.1 http://blogs.sega.com/2012/05/18/vintage-collection-3-on-the-way-to-xbla-and-psn/ (archived: 2017-06-29 13:39)
    11. 11.0 11.1 PlayStation Store (fr-fr; EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001) (archived: 2018-03-25 00:31)
    12. 12.0 12.1 PlayStation Store (en-gb; EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001) (archived: 2018-03-25 00:30)
    13. 13.0 13.1 PlayStation Store (en-au; EP0177-NPEB00415_00-ALEXKIDDPSNEU001) (archived: 2018-03-25 00:31)
    14. 14.0 14.1 PlayStation Store (en-tw; HP0177-NPHB00252_00-ALEXKIDDPSNAS001) (archived: 2018-03-25 00:34)
    15. http://www.jp.playstation.com/software/title/jp0177npjb00094_00alexkiddpsnjp001.html (archived: 2015-10-22 08:37)
    16. File:CompleteGuideToConsoles_UK_01.pdf, page 47
    17. File:CGtC UK 04.pdf, page 90
    18. File:TheCompleteGuideToSega UK.pdf, page 52
    19. File:ConsoleMania IT 013.pdf, page 90
    20. File:Excalibur CZ 16.pdf, page 31
    21. File:MeanMachinesSega01UK.pdf, page 132
    22. File:SegaPro UK 01.pdf, page 19


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    Alex Kidd punching sprite Alex Kidd series of games
    Sega Master System
    Alex Kidd in Miracle World (1986) | Alex Kidd BMX Trial (1987) | Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars (1988) | Alex Kidd: High-Tech World (1989) | Alex Kidd in Shinobi World (1990)
    Arcade
    Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars (1986)
    Sega Mega Drive
    Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle (1989)
    Nintendo Switch
    Sega Ages Alex Kidd in Miracle World (2019)
    Alex Kidd related media
    Music
    Alex Kidd Complete Album (2009)
    Other List of Alex Kidd merchandise