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Maxi 15
United States
Published by: American Video, 1992 | Developed by: American Game Cartridges / Color Dreams (et. al)
Genre: Arcade | Unlicensed
Maxi 15 is a multi-cart of many American Video releases. The games included on Maxi 15 are as follows: F-15 City War, Rad Racket Tennis, Puzzle, Chiller, Blackjack, Solitaire, Tiles of Fate, Menace Beach, Krazy Kreatures, Shockwave, DeathRace, Dudes with (more...)
Last Starfighter, The
Mindscape, 1990 - Shooter - Licensed
Ostensibly based on the 1984 movie, The Last Starfighter is... More actually a port of the 1985 Commodore 64 game Uridium. Apart from the title screen, soundtrack and the abbreviated names of characters on the high score list, it has no real connection to (more...)
Jeopardy! Jr.
Gametek, 1989 - Game Show - Licensed
One of the most popular game shows in television history... More comes to your NES in Jeopardy! Just as in the television show, there are three rounds to this game: Jeopardy!, Double Jeopardy!, and Final Jeopardy! This edition is for younger players. (more...)
Tecmo Baseball
Tecmo, 1989 - Baseball - Licensed
There were three modes for the game; 1 player, 2 player, and watch. In addition to games between teams, there was also an all-star game with the best players in the game. The game has become very popular on college campuses.[citation needed] One of the ma (more...)
Monopoly
Monopoly was a video game version of the board game of the same name, licenced and produced for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game played by the same rules as the standard board game, and allowed for single, or multiplayer games. When single play (more...)
Jeopardy!
Gametek, 1988 - Game Show - Licensed
A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System first appeared in 1987. The game supports up to three players, but does not support the NES Four Score accessory. Three modes of difficulty are available: Easy, Normal, and Hard, with the amount of time allo (more...)
Loopz
Mindscape, 1990 - Puzzle - Licensed
The main focus in on the playing board where random pieces of different shapes are presented to the player. The player must then try to make loops out of them. Once a loop is completed, all pieces involved disappear. There exist three different play modes (more...)
Ultima III: Exodus
FCI, 1989 - Role Playing - Licensed
The story of Exodus centers on a quest (back in Sosaria) to destroy the final remnant of the evil Mondain and Minax. Exodus features revolutionary graphics for its time, being the first computer RPG to feature animated characters. Also, Exodus differs fro (more...)
Nuts and Milk
Hudson Soft, 1984 - Arcade - Licensed
Originally developed by Hudson Soft for several home computers in Japan, Nuts & Milk became the company's first Famicom video game. The game itself borrows elements from Lode Runner and other arcade-styled platformers such as Donkey Kong Jr, and even (more...)
Castlevania
Konami, 1987 - Action - Licensed
It is the year 1691...The land of Transylvania has been at peace for 100 years now, and the peasants and villagers have begun to purge their minds of the memories of the times when the lands were dominated by chaos and shadows, and when the undead walked (more...)
Ice Hockey
Each game consists of two teams in 5v5 matches (one on each team being a goaltender). The four players on offense and defense may be in one of three different weight classes (determined pre-game): thin players, ordinary players, and stocky players. Thin p (more...)
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