The Black Onyx
The Black Onyx (ザ・ブラックオニキス Za Burakku Onikisu) is a 1984 role-playing video game released in Japan by Bullet-Proof Software, and written by Henk Rogers. It was one of the first Japanese-language RPGs ever made, and, having sold 150,000 copies, helped familiarize the Japanese public with RPGs. It was originally released for the NEC PC-8801, and ported to several other platforms. A version of the game was released for the Famicom in Japan. It featured completely redesigned gameplay, a new map, and was retitled Super Black Onyx (スーパーブラックオニキス).
The Black Onyx
The Black Onyx (ザ・ブラックオニキス Za Burakku Onikisu) is a 1984 role-playing video game released in Japan by Bullet-Proof Software, and written by Henk Rogers. It was one of the first Japanese-language RPGs ever made, and, having sold 150,000 copies, helped familiarize the Japanese public with RPGs. It was originally released for the NEC PC-8801, and ported to several other platforms. A version of the game was released for the Famicom in Japan. It featured completely redesigned gameplay, a new map, and was retitled Super Black Onyx (スーパーブラックオニキス).