For The Frog The Bell Tolls

カエルの為に鐘は鳴る

For The Frog The Bell Tolls
System Game Boy
Developer Nintendo, Intelligent Systems
Genre Action / Adventure

The Prince of Sablé and Prince Richard of the Custard Kingdom set out to see who can rescue Princess Tiramisu of the Mille-Feuille Kingdom from the evil King Delalin first.

As the Prince of Sablé, you travel the Mille-Feuille Kingdom, battling enemies and talking to people in order to infiltrate the castle. Action scenes are viewed from a side-on perspective. Battles with enemies are automatically fought based on how many hearts you have. Enter battle without enough hearts, and you will be sent to the nearest hospital.

You will also gain the ability to transform into a frog and a snake, giving you new abilities and access to new areas of the kingdom.

Release Information

Region Date Name System
Japan 14 Sep 1992 カエルの為に鐘は鳴る Kaeru no Tameni Kane ha Naru Game Boy
Japan 01 Mar 2000 カエルの為に鐘は鳴る Kaeru no Tameni Kane ha Naru Game Boy
Nintendo Power
Japan 05 Sep 2012 カエルの為に鐘は鳴る Kaeru no Tameni Kane ha Naru Nintendo 3DS
Virtual Console

Cameos

Kazumi Totaka's Song

The building where Kazumi Totaka's Song can be heard

When you return to Spring Hill after your trip to the castle, a new building will have appeared near the ship. Go inside and wait. After the music has looped a few times, a strange song will play.

This is Kazumi Totaka's Song, a signature theme inserted into nearly every game that the music director has worked on. For a full list, check the Kazumi Totaka's Song Guide.

Submitted by Matthew Broussard, MP3 by ugetab

Nantendo

Nantendo

North West of Spring Hill is an island. Ride the ship there to find a large building. This is the headquarters of Nantendo, a company that invents things. The name is a pun on Nintendo.

Submitted by nensondubois

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