Lode Runner Twin: Justy to Liberty no Daibouken (Game) - Giant Bomb
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No recent wiki edits to this page. As with its predecessors, the goal of the game is to run around a 2D map grabbing items and avoiding enemies. The player can dig holes ahead and behind them there's a separate button for each in order to temporarily trap enemies or create shortcuts for themselves.
We tend to think of Subarus as outdoorsy all-wheel-drive machines lined up at your local trailheads and REI parking lots these days, but the first Subarus to sell in the United States were tiny, cheap commuter cars. By the early s, the little Justy was the final holdout for bargain-basement Subaru econoboxes, and most of the ones I find here in Denver are the slightly-more-desirable four-wheel-drive versions. Here's a rare late-production front-wheel-drive Justy, found in a yard halfway to the Wyoming line.