Bee 52
United States
Published by: Camerica, 1992 | Developed by: Codemasters
Genre: Action | Unlicensed
The player controls Bee 52, a honeybee with large eyes and a fly-like sucker for a mouth, through which it can spit projectiles at enemies. The game is played through 12 levels, the first four in a backyard, the next four in a swamp, and the last four ins (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...)
Al Unser Jr.'s Turbo Racing
Data East, 1990 - Racing - Licensed
Compared to most console racing games of its time, Turbo Racing was simple. It was an arcade-style driving format, with flat-out racing permissible on all courses. The cars had a three-speed gearbox, but shifting was never necessary outside of acceleratin (more...)
Road Runner
Tengen, 1989 - Arcade - Unlicensed
Road Runner is an interesting variant of the platformer genre, based on the Road Runner cartoon. The gameplay is very simple: the player controls Road Runner, who is chased by Wile E. Coyote. In order to escape, Road Runner runs endlessly to the left whil (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 le (more...)
Wizards and Warriors II: Ironsword
Acclaim, 1989 - Platform - Licensed
The hero of the series, Kuros, must face off once again against the evil wizard Malkil, who has taken control of the four elementals of the world - wind, water, fire and earth. Each of the four elemental realms consists of two stages. In the first stage, (more...)
Super Sprint
Tengen, 1989 - Racing - Unlicensed
Super Sprint is a simple racing game. Up to three players drive simultaneously on a circuit against opponents controlled by the computer. The circuits are viewed from above and always fit on the screen, so the game never scrolls. After three rounds the wi (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...)
Bandai, 1988 - Shooter - Licensed
Xevious was one of the earliest vertical scrolling shooters, and greatly influenced games in this genre. The graphics were revolutionary for their time, and characters were rendered with remarkable clarity and effect through careful use of shades of gray (more...)
Color A Dinosaur
In this kid friendly painting game, youngsters are able to color 16 dinosaurs. Now you can color without having paper or crayons. Choose from 16 different dinosaur outlines including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Pterodactyl, and Brontosaurus. After sel (more...)
Heroes of the Lance
FCI, 1991 - Adventure - Licensed
While Heroes of the Lance is a faithful representation of the books it is based on, it was a departure from the usual RPG style of most Dungeons & Dragons games, and many players lament its difficult gameplay interface which consists of using one characte (more...)
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