United States
Published by: FCI, 1987 | Developed by: Compile
Genre: 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...)
Trick Shooting, Barker Bill's
Nintendo, 1990 - Light Gun - Licensed
Pull out the Zapper Light Gun, and blast a variety of objects in Barker Bill's Trick Shooting. The game starts out simple enough; shoot rising balloons while avoiding the happy-go-lucky dog. As you get through each stage, the challenges become more di (more...)
Rod Land
Jaleco, 1992 - 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 l (more...)
Championship Pool
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...)
Power Punch II
You're Mark Tyler, and by the year 2006, you've successfully defended your Heavyweight title nine times. In order to determine the best boxer in the universe, the Intergalactic Boxing Federation has invited you to participate in a tournament where (more...)
Goonies, The
Konami, 1986 - Arcade - Licensed
After playing "Goonies II" for the NES (the only Goonies game released for the system in the US) back in the day... one question always remained: "What the heck ever happened to Goonies I?" The answer is that it simply never made it to (more...)
Konami, 1988 - Action - Licensed
In Jackal, the player(s) controls an armed jeep, which must venture through several enemy strongholds(要塞) to rescue comrades imprisoned by the enemy. In each of the six levels, the goal is to rescue prisoners of war from various buildings and then tra (more...)
Little Ninja Brothers
Little Ninja Brothers was a game released by Culture Brain for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990. The original title of the game was Super Chinese 2. The plot follows two young ninja, Jack and Ryu, attempting to find out the mysterious reason for (more...)
Dig Dug
Namco, 1985 - Arcade - Licensed
Become Dig Dug, the champion of love and justice, as you drill up, down, left, and right, defeating any enemies in your path. Avoid the persistent Pooka and the deep-dwelling but whimsical Fygar as you defeat all the enemies in order to clear each (more...)
Athletic World
Nintendo, 1987 - Power Pad - Licensed
One of the few games that will give more than just your... More thumbs a workout, Athletic World is designed exclusively for the Nintendo Power Pad. The Power Pad is basically a large, dot-covered floor mat that you run, walk, or jog on in order to contro (more...)
Shooting Range
Bandai, 1989 - Light Gun - Licensed
Shooting Range is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System made by Bandai in 1989. It involves mini-games resembling the Old West. (With the exception being the moon level.) The objective is simple: shoot the red and white targets on the charact (more...)
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