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Mafat Conspiracy, The
United States
Published by: Vic Tokai, 1990 | Developed by: Aicom
Genre: 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 Gro (more...)
Gun-Nac
Ascii, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
You assume the role of commander Gun-Nac. You fight a host of enemies from your space ship, in which you battle your way through 8 separate levels. The ship can be upgraded to a larger ship by acquiring a "wing" for your plane, which allows the (more...)
Geminim/Siamond
Retrozone, 2008 - Puzzle - Homebrew
Get the first games in the Sivak line on one cart, Geminim and Siamond! In this multicart, you'll be able to experience the first two games by Sivak Games. Included are the games Geminim and Siamond. Geminim is based on the logic game of Nim. On your (more...)
Championship Bowling
Romstar, 1989 - Sports, Other - Licensed
The object of the game is the same as a regular game of bowling; score the highest to win. The game utilizes factors such as left or right-handedness, spin, power, and weight of the ball, which can affect the outcome of a throw. (more...)
Knight Rider
Acclaim, 1989 - Racing - Licensed
Terrorists are running rampant all over the United States of America and only a man and his robotic car can stop them from taking over. However, the game is very difficult to play and there is also a DRIVE mode that allows players to go on a Sunday drive (more...)
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Nintendo, 1988 - Adventure - Licensed
Zelda II resembled the original very little. Rather than the top-down view of the previous title, Zelda II featured side scrolling areas within a larger world map. The game also incorporated a strategic combat system and more RPG elements, including an ex (more...)
Smash T.V.
Acclaim, 1991 - Arcade - Licensed
The game format was very similar to that of Eugene Jarvis' earlier Robotron: 2084, with dual-joystick controls and series of single screen areas. The theme of the game involved players competing in a violent gameshow (set in the then-future of 1999), (more...)
Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary
Gametek, 1990 - Game Show - Licensed
Based on the television game show of the same name. The 25th anniversary edition of this quiz show requires you to provide 'questions' in response to the 'answer' clues. The harder the question the more money it is worth. You can play with (more...)
Hogan's Alley
Nintendo, 1985 - Light Gun - Licensed
Despite being rather short on story and depth, this game was nevertheless fairly popular. The game flashes three "cardboard cut-outs" of a mixture of bad guys and innocent civilians. The player needs to react quickly and shoot the thugs while sp (more...)
Darkman
Ocean, 1991 - Platform - Licensed
DARKMAN walks the night searching for the woman he loves. He was a brilliant scientist with a normal life until a he was the victim of sadistic criminals. His body has been burned beyond recognition, and now, he wanders the night trying to right the wrong (more...)
Kid Niki: Radical Ninja
Data East, 1987 - Platform - Licensed
Kid Niki is armed with the Spinning Sword, which according to the game's manual, "has been passed down from generation to generation from the School of Chirin." In addition to the spinning sword, Kid Niki can gain extra offensive power by co (more...)
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