Championship Pool
United States
Published by: Mindscape, 1993 | Developed by: Bitmasters
Genre: Sports, Other | Licensed
There is no need to drag a pool table around anymore whenever you want to play billiards. All you have to do is get a copy of CHAMPIONSHIP POOL. You can shoot some stick in four different modes and they are Tournament, Party, Freestyle, and Challenge. Com (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...)
Kung Fu
Nintendo, 1985 - Action - Licensed
The player takes the role of Keiji Thomas, a man in a martial arts uniform and slippers. Thomas's girlfriend, Sylvia, has been kidnapped by "Mr. X", and Tom must fight through five side-scrolling levels full of enemies to rescue her. The fir (more...)
Micro Machines
Camerica, 1991 - Racing - Unlicensed
The first game in the series laid the foundation of the gameplay: a top-down racing game with miniature vehicles. The tracks were themed very differently, races take place on a billiard table or in a garden. (more...)
Adventure Island 2
Hudson Soft, 1991 - Platform - Licensed
Once again, you take the role of Master Higgins; a tropical hero. This time, the evil witch doctor has nabbed Princess Leilani's sister Tina. Master Higgins is aided on his quest by his trusty skateboard and stone axes which he can throw, as usual... (more...)
FCI, 1989 - Role Playing - Licensed
The game is notable for being one of the first ever console role-playing games (see the chronology of console role-playing games). The graphics and gameplay are extremely similar to and clearly heavily influenced by the blockbuster computer RPG of the tim (more...)
Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu
Hudson Soft, 1990 - Platform - Licensed
Jackie Chan's Action Kung Fu is a game released by Hudson Soft for the Nintendo Entertainment System and PC Engine. It was first released in the United States for the NES in December, 1990. A Japanese version (with the title shorted to simply Jackie C (more...)
Based on the computer game Beyond the Black Hole, Orb-3D is... More similar to a 3D, puzzle-enhanced version of Pong. Set in deep outer space, an evil space wizard by the name of Krohn is in control of a vast Black Hole that is expanding at a rapid rate. (more...)
Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones
Acclaim, 1991 - Action - Licensed
The NES version of Double Dragon III: The Rosetta Stone (spelled with a roman numeral), unlike the arcade version, was developed in-house by Technos Japan rather than East Technology. Both versions of the game were also developed in tandem. The English-la (more...)
8 Eyes
Taxan, 1990 - Action - Licensed
After hundreds of years of chaos, mankind has finally emerged from the ruins of a nuclear war. This world of the distant future has once again come to flourish under the guidance of the Great King, who has harnessed the power of the 8 Eyes to rebuild the (more...)
Motor City Patrol
Matchbox, 1992 - Arcade - Licensed
A simple, top-down driving game where you play a patrol officer in a city police force. You progressively take down bigger bad guys by chasing them down and shooting at them. The gameplay is a precursor to the first Grand Theft Auto games, developed later (more...)
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