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Nature Clan: Forest Adventure

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Title Screen

Nature Clan: Forest Adventure

Also known as: Caper Alone, Little Krishna (VT02), Jumping Weald (VT03, Nice Code)
Developer: Nice Code
Platforms: Unlicensed NES

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.

Nature Clan: Forest Adventure is what is best described as a jumping simulator.

Developer Credits

Nature Clan- Forest Adventure-devcreditscreen.png

As with many Nice Code games, pressing Up, Down, Up, Left, Right, Left, B on the title screen will briefly display a credits screen. Nature Color Game is one of several aliases used by Nice Code, and PJ most likely refers to the Power Joy series of Famiclones which many Nice Code games have been released on.

(Source: Original TCRF research)


Caper Alone


An alternate version of this game exists which changes the title screen and music. The code used to access the credits screen was disabled in this version.

Little Krishna


Another version exists that replaces the main character and adds an extra graphic bank to accommodate the new title screen. This version is actually based on Caper Alone, it uses the same music and the title screen graphics for that version can still be found in this one.

Forest Adventure/Caper Alone Little Krishna
CaperAloneGameplay.png Can you guess how many of these are actually in the game?

Little Krishna also introduces a glitched graphic on the top left and the door at the end of each level is now blue instead of red as it uses the same color palette as the main character.

(Source: Original TCRF research)