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Rod Land
Nintendo Famicom
Published by: Jaleco, 1992 | Developed by: Jaleco
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The player(s) control one or two fairies called Tam and Rit armed with a magic rod. The rod doesn't kill the monsters directly, but only leaves them immobilized. To defeat the enemy, the player must smash them back and forth until they disappear and (more...)
Mafat Conspiracy, The
Vic Tokai, 1990 - Action - Licensed
The sequel to Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode. The Mafat Conspiracy is a plan to extort the U.S. and Soviet governments by threatening to make their satellites fall from space. Golgo 13's mission is to: Eliminate the leader of the Mafat Revolutionary (more...)
Genghis Kahn
Koei, 1990 - Strategy - Licensed
Takes the player inside the virtual life of either Genghis Khan or one of his archrivals. The player must arrange marriages, father children, appoint family members to governmental positions, and fight in order to conquer the Old World. Armies must be (more...)
Metal Fighter
Color Dreams, 1989 - Shooter - Unlicensed
Metal Fighter is an arcade style shooter for one player. You control an MCS-920 in an attempt to free planet H17 from alien invaders. Along the way you can improve your fighters weapons and speed by shooting certain enemies and collecting the power ups (more...)
Wizards and Warriors III: Kuros, Visions of Power
Acclaim, 1992 - Platform - Licensed
After defeating the Evil Wizard Malkil in their last confrontation, Kuros thought he had laid to rest the greatest evil the world had ever known. But after a powerful jolt of magic strips Kuros of his armor, memory, and honor, a strange force pulls him (more...)
Bases Loaded
Jaleco, 1988 - Baseball - Wii (US) - Licensed
Bases Loaded featured a unique television-style depiction of the pitcher-batter matchup, as well as strong play control and a relatively high degree of realism, which made it one of the most popular baseball games of the early NES era. One unique feature (more...)
Peek-A-Boo Poker
Panesian, 1991 - Cards/Casino - Unlicensed
Peek-A-Boo Poker is just like regular video poker, except that it's particularly sleazy. Along with Bubble Bath Babes, and Hot Slots, this is one of three "adult" titles for the NES released by Panesian in 1991 and features (more...)
Mig 29 Soviet Fighter
Camerica, 1992 - Shooter - Unlicensed
In the NES version, it is very easy to die in this game, since the jet can be destroyed by a single stray bullet. The only way to survive seems to be to randomly dodge around the screen. Landings are rather difficult as well, since gusts of wind throw (more...)
Solomon's Key
Tecmo, 1987 - Puzzle - Wii (US) - Licensed
The player must overcome unlimited enemy spawning, challenging level designs, a countdown timer, Dana's fragility, and limited ways to dispatch enemies. In addition, it's easy for players to unintentionally make levels impossible to clear while (more...)
All Pro Basketball
Vic Tokai, 1989 - Basketball - Licensed
Video round ball seems to come in a variety of court sizes and player numbers. All-Pro Basketball combines five-on-five full-court action with a half-court screen view. All-Pro style B-ball features several different play options. Go head-to-head with a (more...)
Konami, 1986 - Shooter - Wii (US) - Licensed
The people of Gradius are in trouble. The ameoboid Bacterions have launched an all out attack against the planet, and it's up to you to fly into battle and save them. Along the way you'll be able to power up your ship with hyper speed, force (more...)
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