The Lone Ranger is an activity experience computer game discharged by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainment System only in North America in 1991. It depends on The Lone Ranger radio and TV establishment, the last which was all the while rerunning in syndication when the diversion was discharged. The player plays the part of the Lone Ranger himself as he connects with against fugitives in side-looking over, overhead, and even first-individual portions. The Lone Ranger signature music is played noticeably amid the amusement, which incorporates a DPCM-coded voice clasp of the officer yelling hiscatchphrase “Hello there Yo Silver”.
The amusement takes after the fundamental reason of the Lone Rangers mythos. The player takes control of the Lone Ranger, a previous Texas Ranger whose confidants were killed by a bandit named Butch Cavendish. While the amusement’s guideline manual goes amiss from the first radio serials and TV arrangement by guaranteeing that Dan Reid was John Reid’s dad, the diversion itself stays consistent with its source material by distinguishing one of the killed officers as the Lone Ranger’s sibling. Utilizing a general storyline that is like the film The Legend of the Lone Ranger, the diversion’s definitive objective includes saving the U.S. President from Butch Cavendish and his posse. One specific stage in the amusement (Area 6) includes the Lone Ranger sparing his previous life partner Clara (a character made for the diversion) from a posse of ninjas working for Cavendish.