I remember that I think the sticker on the cartridge and possibly the title screen or even world select had a kind of jungle underbrush look to it almost exactly like the cartridge/title screen for Secret of Mana. But I'm sure it wasn't Secret of Mana, since this was an NES game (and my memories of it are from before the SNES was even out yet, I think). All I remember of the game is that it was a kind of top down, controlling a single character with maybe some kind of puzzles. I'm not sure if you could attack enemies directly, or maybe just push certain objects into them which would kill them. And the level select may or may not have been more of a side view in the jungle setting with different platforms/doors to enter?
I think part of the premise might have involved the main character being stranded on an alien planet?
Edit: Doing some more digging of my own, I think I might be confusing some games together in my memory. The gameplay of the Adventures of Lolo is kinda similar to what I was remembering gameplaywise. The opening sequence of Master Blaster with going down the hole and finding the tank thing is maybe triggering some recognition.
But I'm still thinking that there was some game with getting stranded on an alien world with your spaceship now broken and having to survive on a jungle/swamp planet or something. Maybe the space ship was white?