An unusual coin-op made by Creator/{{Capcom}} in 1991, composed of three different games among which the player could choose: a PuzzleGame (''Don't Pull''), a PlatformGame (''Midnight Wanderers: quest for the Chariot'') and a ShootEmUp (''Chariot - adventure through the sky''). Strangely enough, ''Chariot'' was also the direct sequel to ''Midnight Wanderers''.

Since Don't Pull has no plot to speak of, here's the story behind the world of Midnight Wanderers and Chariot: the demon Gaia stole the legendary Chariot of Light, symbol of the Kingdom of Ashtar, and turned all the inhabitants of Ashtar into wooden statues. Lou and Siva, the wanderers of the title, are the kingdom's only hope: they must enter Gaia's castle, defeat the demon and use the magical Card of the Dawn to re-awaken the Chariot. After having recovered the artifact, Lou and Siva must use it to fly into the sky and save the princess of Ashtar who was kidnapped by Gaia's [[ManBehindTheMan superior]], Lar.

The game(s) was ported to SegaSaturn and PlayStation in 1998, and later included in Capcom's Classics Collection for [=PS2=] and XBOX. Lou and Siva made only a few appearances in subsequent Capcom games, most notably in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes'' as helpers.
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!!''Don't Pull'' provides examples of:

* BlobMonster
* BlockPuzzle
* BreathWeapon: The dragon {{Mooks}}.
* EndlessGame
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It's a puzzle game where you only can PUSH blocks (think like ''Pengo''), so what do you expect?
* NoPlotNoProblem
* PaletteSwap
* PunnyName: The player characters are named Don and Pull.

!!''Midnight Wanderers'' provides examples of:

* AllTrollsAreDifferent: The [[TheGoomba most common enemy type]].
* AutomaticCrossbows: Lou uses one, shaped like a gun.
* {{BFS}}: Third boss Dougar uses one.
* BigBad: Gaia.
** TheDragon: Moeban, as he's seen ordering the other bosses around.
* BreathWeapon: The flamethrower guy in the Terror Twins duo and the fat frog-like {{Mook}}.
* BubblegloopSwamp: Stage 02.
* {{Crossover}}: Gaia and Laru (swordsman from the Terror Twins) appear in the quiz game ''Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2''. In Capcom's {{Crossover}} shooter game ''VideoGame/CannonSpike'', the character of Shiba Shintaro is based off Siva.
** CapcomVsWhatever: As noted above, Lou appears as one of several {{Assist Character}}s in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes''.
* ClothingDamage: Just like in ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'', a more well-known Capcom production, getting hit in ''Midnight Wanderers'' doesn't kill you, but strips you to your underwear. One more hit and you're history, though.
* DegradedBoss: The flamethrower guy from the Terror Twins and [[MiniBoss Dumpty]] return as generic enemies in the later stages.
* DualBoss: Second boss, The Terror Twins. The Dumpty MiniBoss may count as well.
* DumbMuscle: First boss, Balgoss.
* EvilLaugh: Some Mooks have a comic-book-like "HA HA HA" over their heads while attacking you.
* EvilTowerOfOminousness: The tower in the Demon's Castle.
* ForegoneConclusion: Will Lou and Siva defeat Gaia and recover the Chariot? Well DUH!
* FunnyAnimal: The frog in the intro that gives the heroes the summoning card.
* GrandpaGod: This is how the forces of good are portrayed in the intro and ending.
* GreenHillZone: The first stage.
* TheHero: Lou is even referred as such in the intro.
* HighAltitudeBattle: The Terror Twins are fought aboard a flying machine.
* InexplicableTreasureChests: They ''come out of the ground!''
* InHarmsWay: Implied in the intro.
* KnifeNut: Siva.
* TheLostWoods: First stage.
* McGuffin: The Chariot. The card needed to summon it would count too, but the heroes are already in its possession at the beginning.
* PaletteSwap: Some {{Mooks}}.
* PhysicalGod: Gaia.
* PlayingWithFire: The Firestorm helper.
* RecurringBoss: Balgoss and Dougar are fought again in the last level.
* RecycledInSpace: ''[[VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins Ghouls n' Ghosts]]'' on a magical kingdom.
* ReflectingLaser: One of the powerups turn the arrows into these.
* ShockAndAwe: One of Gaia's two attacks.
* ShoutOut: The ''Midnight Wanderers'' title is written in the iconic, red-and-yellow ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' font.
** Balgoss has a splitting jaw that looks like the one Franchise/{{Predator}} has.
* SpiritualSuccessor: The previously unreleased SNES game ''[[http://www.nightmarebusters.com/ Nightmare Busters]]'' appears to have been heavily influenced by Midnight Wanderers, right down to the chests appearing from the ground and the pointy-eared enemies.
* TakenForGranite: Instead of stone, everyone in Ashtar is turned into wooden statues by Gaia's magic.
* ToyTime: Stage 3.
* VillainousDemotivator: Gaia threatens his minions just as the Wandereres are reaching the top floor.
* WalkingTheEarth: The Midnight Wanderers.
* WaddlingHead: Dougar is just a head with a very long arm.
* WhenTreesAttack: Golem Wood, the first MiniBoss.

!!''Chariot'' provides examples of:

* BackupTwin: Possibly in the case of sixth boss Alcazar, which is identical to ''Midnight Wanderers'' Moeban.
* BigBad: Lar.
* BossRush
* DeathFromAbove: Alcazar's shower of spikes.
* DualBoss: Third boss, Gemini.
* FrickinLaserBeams: Gemini and Hypnos abuse of these.
* FloatingContinent: The scenery in Stage 06 shows several chunks of land (and castles) floating around.
* FlunkyBoss: First boss, Aeolus.
* GiantEnemyCrab: Fourth boss, Cancer.
* InexplicableTreasureChests: And now, they ''fly with little bat wings''...
* LosingYourHead: Halfway through the boss fight, Lar loses his body and becomes [[OneWingedAngel a flying sphere-throwing head]].
* ManBehindTheMan: Lar was behind Gaia's stint.
* MiniBoss: The trio of [[{{BFG}} big-gun totting]] techno-devils Bazz, Dazz and Jezz. Also a sort of RecurringBoss, as they are mostly {{Palette Swap}}s of each other.
* NonIndicativeName: The Chariot is more like a hang-glider.
* OneHitPointWonder: Unless you get enough powerups.
* ReligiousAndMythologicalThemeNaming: Bosses are named after either deities (Aeolus, Hypnos) or [[WesternZodiac zodiac symbols]] (Gemini, Cancer, Sagittarius).
* SaveThePrincess
* SchrodingersPlayerCharacter: Siva only appears in the ending in a single player game.
* ShowsDamage: Most of the bosses, often in a creepy way.
* ThatsNoMoon: [[http://www.vazcomics.org/mamend/png/3won0060.png Second boss Hypnos]] appears to be some crescent-shaped, steampunk-ish creature shooting lasers.
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