Chubby Cherub
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1986 | Developed by: TOSE
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The North American Chubby Cherub game is about a flying cupid who eats food and attacks enemies with limited supplies of hearts. The Japanese game is about a ghost named Q-tarō, a character from a manga series called Obake no Q-tarō. (more...)
Mindscape, 1990 - Board Game - Licensed
The classic board game comes to life on NES. Everyone knows the rules of the game: place your ships on a grid while your opponent does the same; one by one, take shots at an area of the grid. If you sink all of your opponent's ships, you win! With 48 (more...)
Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road
SNK, 1988 - Action - Licensed
When we last saw Paul and Vince, they had saved the Colonel and were about to head for home in a special plane given to them by the General. But then, while in flight over the ocean, the sky suddenly blackens - the ocean begins to churn - and the plane go (more...)
Rollerblade Racer
When roller-skating went out of style with the 1970s, there was a huge void left in the what-to-do-on-Friday-night list of options. No more Couples Only, All Skate, or Limbo Contests. But a few years later, a new skating phenomenon took the world by storm (more...)
Adventure Island
Hudson Soft, 1989 - Platform - Licensed
Adventure Island is a side-scrolling platform game, in the same vein as Super Mario Bros.. Power-ups are found inside of eggs. Power-ups include (but are not limited to) shooting power, skateboard, superior shooting power, and invincibility. Running into (more...)
Street Cop
Bandai, 1989 - Power Pad - Licensed
Street Cop is a Nintendo game, using the Power Pad, in which the character uses his billy club to apprehend criminals. The player has to step on the buttons corresponding to each of the cop's actions, such as moving, jumping and clubbing. Released in (more...)
FCI, 1987 - Shooter - Licensed
Zanac is notable for its unique AI programming. Player actions (including, but not limited to: firing weapons, gaining power-ups, and destroying enemy fortresses) would increase or decrease the number and difficulty of the enemies on-screen. The AI was re (more...)
Bill and Ted's Excellent Video Game Adventure
LJN, 1991 - Adventure - Licensed
In this single-player game players rotate from controlling Bill or Ted in a 3/4 overhead perspective as they gather the "phone numbers" (passwords) of several time travling levels. The object is to locate historical figures and return them to 19 (more...)
Caesar's Palace
This game allows you to play in the Caesar's Palace casino. You wonder around the casino and play poker, roulette, or slot machines. You bet and win chips and then exchange them for money whenever you like. The interaction is done via a cursor, everyt (more...)
Tombs and Treasure
Infocom, 1991 - Role Playing - Licensed
Tombs & Treasure is predominantly about solving puzzles and interacting objects with one another as they are found throughout the Mayan city. When travelling from temple to temple, the only available action is to walk using the D-pad. However, once a temp (more...)
Goonies II, The
Konami, 1987 - Adventure - Licensed
The game begins at the entrance to a mansion, though it is quickly made clear that building is linked to an increasingly-exotic series of other areas through passageways, including ice and lava caves, a mountainside chasm crossed via suspension bridge, an (more...)
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