In Sabre Wulf you must work your way through 8 increasingly difficult areas in order to reclaim the Amulet and thwart Goode's nefarious plan.
The max amount of money in Sabre Wulf is 9999.
Get golden treasures in any stage to unlock that stage for challenge mode.
Download the official Sabre Wulf ROM in the (USA) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Sabre Wulf ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.
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Sabre Wulf is a 2004 video game by Rare for the Game Boy Advance. The player controls the safari adventurer Sabreman, who runs and jumps between platforms to retrieve treasure guarded by the Sabre Wulf. The game is a remake of the 1984 action-adventure Sabre Wulf. Though remake’s reviews were generally favourable, sales were lackluster. Reviewers noted the game’s simplicity and shallow puzzles. While some found it fun and praised its character animations, reviewers considered its gameplay repetitive.
Sabre Wulf is a traditional platform game in which the player, as the safari adventurer Sabreman, runs and jumps between platforms to retrieve treasure guarded by the Sabre Wulf, who pursues Sabreman back to the start of the level. Sabreman last appeared in 1980s ZX Spectrum games including the original Sabre Wulf, in which he searched for pieces of an amulet used to tame the guardian Sabre Wulf. The 2004 revival extends this backstory, as the evil Dr. Dolittle-Goode steals the amulet and releases Sabre Wulf, who scares townspeople and steals treasure.
As Sabreman, the player fights through eight worlds—each consisting of a sequence of platforming levels and culminating in a laboratory level—to retrieve an eighth of the amulet and return Sabre Wulf to captivity. The player travels between levels using a village hub overworld in which Sabreman can speak with inhabitants and prepare for the next raid.
North America: June 9, 2004
Game Boy Advance
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