Captain Comic: The Adventure
United States
Published by: Color Dreams, 1989 | Developed by: Michael Denio
Genre: Platform | Unlicensed
In the game, the player takes control of Captain Comic, who is on a mission to the planet Tambi, to recover three treasures stolen from the planet Omsoc. Captain Comic is a standard platformer, in which the player has health, lives, a score, and a set of (more...)
720 Degrees
It's just you, your trusty skateboard, and a hundred bucks as you skate, jump, slide, spin and more through four levels of difficulty. Pick up loose cash and earn money through various events like the slalom, downhill race, jump competition, etc. If y (more...)
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...)
Namco, 1984 - Arcade - Licensed
The original arcade version of Galaxian has been ported to many different systems. Although it was one of the very first games released in Japan for the Famicom in 1984, somehow it never saw a release on the NES for any other region. Galaxian expanded on (more...)
Data East, 1988 - Arcade - Licensed
Two simultaneous players can control the monsters George (a King Kong-like gorilla) and Lizzie (a Godzilla-like dinosaur/lizard), created from humans who were mutated by various methods. They need to destroy all buildings in a high-rise city to advance to (more...)
Tengen, 1990 - Arcade - Unlicensed
Just like most of the other games in the Pac-Man series, the goal is for Pac-Man to eat all of the dots before he is caught by the ghosts. This game has several significant changes from the traditional format. The first, and most noticeable, change is tha (more...)
Bubble Bath Babes
Panesian, 1991 - Puzzle - Unlicensed
The game was designed and released without Nintendo's permission because it featured sprites of frontal female nudity. This is one of the ultimate holy grails of NES collecting due to it's incredible rarity. The gameplay is reminiscent to that of (more...)
Super Team Games
Nintendo, 1988 - Power Pad - Licensed
Super Team Games was a game cartridge for the Nintendo Entertainment System's Powerpad. It features a group of different games that use side B of the pad. One game features running, while another running and jumping. Unfortunately, due to lack of inte (more...)
Mega Man 6
Nintendo, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
Due to the decline and waning support of the 8-bit NES and the growing presence of the newer and more powerful Super NES, Capcom decided not to publish Mega Man 6 in North America, concentrating on marketing Mega Man X instead. The North American version (more...)
Kirby's Adventure
Nintendo, 1993 - Platform - Licensed
Like most other Kirby games, Kirby's Adventure is a platformer, or a side-scrolling game. Kirby has six hit points; this means Kirby can sustain up to six attacks from enemies before he dies and loses a life. If he loses all of his lives, the game is (more...)
Adventures of Bayou Billy
Konami, 1989 - Light Gun - Licensed
Bayou Billy consists of three distinct playing styles used over 9 levels: shooting (optionally allowing the use of a Zapper), a side-scrolling beat 'em up, and a third-person driving section. Unfortunately, all three modes (especially the side-scrolle (more...)
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