Jack Nicklaus' Major Championship Golf
United States
Published by: Konami, 1990 | Developed by: Sculptured Software
Genre: Golf | Licensed
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf is a 3-D golf simulation featuring an 18 Hole course created by Jack Nicklaus himself. Each of the 18 holes are from famous courses around the world and include number 8 at Pebble Beach, numb (more...)
Kid Klown in Night Mayor World
Kemco, 1993 - Platform - Licensed
Kid Klown actually started life as a Mickey Mouse game in Japan. Released as part of the mostly Game Boy Mickey Mouse series, Mickey Mouse III: Dream Balloon was released in September 1992 by Kemco in Japan for the Famicom. Due to copyright issues it was (more...)
Monster Truck Rally
INTV, 1991 - Racing - Licensed
The object of the MONSTER TRUCK RALLY is to score as high as you can against up to three human or computer controlled opponents. Scores are determined by how quickly you navigate as well as other factors (sled pull distance, number of cars crushed). Or, r (more...)
Dracula, Bram Stoker's
Imagesoft, 1993 - Platform - Licensed
BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA sucks you into a terrifying world of evil. And there's only one way to survive. Destroy the prince of Darkness! But it won't be easy. From deep in the cold, dark dungeons of castle Dracula to the brutal Transylvanian coun (more...)
Taito, 1992 - Action - Licensed
You're a young Kickmaster, and your training has been going very well. But after you learn that your parents the King and Queen of Lowrel have been assassinated and your sister Silphee kidnapped, you must hurry home to defend the kingdom that now belo (more...)
Blue Marlin, The
Hot B, 1992 - Sports, Other - Licensed
Building on the successful concepts of Black Bass, Blue... More Marlin creates a deep-sea fishing environment with better graphics, more detailed equipment, cleverer fish, and player attributes like vitality and strength. Gameplay is divided between troll (more...)
Data East, 1987 - Action - Licensed
The goal is to drive a dune buggy to "BreakThru" the enemy lines of five different areas. The five areas are "Mountain", "Bridge", "Prairie" (Although early advertising labeled it "Jungle"), "City&quo (more...)
Star Force
Tecmo, 1987 - Shooter - Licensed
Unlike later vertical scrolling shooters, like Twin Cobra, the Star Force ship had only two levels of weapon power, and no bombs. Each stage in the game was named after a letter of the Greek alphabet. At least in certain versions of the game, players got (more...)
Legend of Zelda, The
Nintendo, 1987 - Adventure - Licensed
When Zelda was released, its gameplay defied categorization, incorporating elements from action games, adventure games, computer role-playing games, and computer puzzle games. The game begins with the player controlling Link, armed with a small shield. A (more...)
Nintendo, 1990 - Adventure - Licensed
The story revolves around Mike Jones, a star pitcher from Seattle, who comes to C-Island to visit his uncle, an archaeologist named Dr. Steve Jones, after receiving a letter from him. Uniquely, this letter was actually packaged with the game and addressed (more...)
Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch
Retrozone, 2009 - Fighting - Prototype
Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch was set to be the NES follow-up to the original Mike Tyson version of Punch-Out!! In this game, however, Mike Tyson would have been the protagonist. Unfortunately, at some point, the project took a left hook and (more...)
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