A 1985 UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame by Creator/{{Taito}}, set in the SuperDeformed fantasy world of the Alfalfa kingdom. The gameplay is similar to Taito's later and more famous EliminationPlatformer ''VideoGame/BubbleBobble'', though without a co-op mode. The player controls the little red witch Ptolemy, whose magic wand can transform monsters into cake. Ptolemy has to defeat all the enemies of 100 single-screen stages before challenging the dragon Dracolisk for a magic crystal.

Ports for the UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} and UsefulNotes/SharpX68000 were Japan-exclusive, but the game did receive an international rerelease on the ''Taito Legends 2'' compilation.
!!This game contains examples of:
* OneUp: The Book of Life.
* BigRedDevil: Named 'Horned', though not quite so big.
* {{Cap}}: 9,999,990 points is the counter stop.
* CollisionDamage: Though it's Ptolemy's main vulnerability, she doesn't die if she stays on her enemies' heads (until they jump, anyway) and can actually use them as means of transportation.
* CuteWitch: Ptolemy.
* DirectionallySolidPlatforms: Present in every stage.
* DragonRider: Ptolemy has her own dragon to ride between some intermediate stages.
* EveryTenThousandPoints: The game gives extra lives at 30,000 points, at 100,000 points, and every 100,000 points thereafter.
* FloatingInABubble: When Ptolemy dies by running into an enemy, she gets swept away into a bubble.
* OneHitPointWonder: The only thing that hurts Ptolemy but doesn't kill her is the wizard's spell, which weakens her with the first hit.
* PointOfNoContinues: You can't continue until you get past the first 7 Rounds; but once you reach the final 3 Rounds, you can't continue anymore!
* ShoutOut: The main character was likely named for the historical scientist Ptolemy[[note]]Whose theory of the Earth being the center of the solar system / universe was largely disproved by Copernicus, another historical scientist.[[/note]].
* StalkedByTheBell: The BigRedDevil will fly into the stage if Ptolemy takes too long to kill enemies. If there's only ''one enemy'' left, it's a different story.