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Jesus: Kyofu no Bio Monster

A Text-Adventure/Survival Horror game for Famicom by Enix

Jesus: Kyofu no Bio Monster box art

In the year 2061, Haley's comet made a drastic change of course and is headed straight for Mars, ensuring a catastrophic change to all life in the Solar System. Only the space station Jesus can save mankind and their beloved planet from the dreadful biomonsters that have apparently hijacked the comet.

Developed by Enix with music composed by Koichi Sugiyama, Jesus: Kyoufu no Bio-Monster ("Jesus: Dreadful Bio-Monster") was first released on the PC-88 as simply Jesus, and was later ported to the Famicom and MSX2 with the subtitle "Kyofu no Bio Monster" appended. A sequel was released on the PC-98.


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Title
Jesus: Kyoufu no Bio-Monster
Platform
[[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]]
Release date
1989
Jesus: Kyoufu no Bio-Monster box art for NES

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