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Ninja Crusaders
United States
Published by: American Sammy, 1990 | Developed by: NMK Co. Ltd.
Genre: Action | Licensed
A ninja-oriented combat game in the vein of Ninja Gaiden and Shinobi, Ninja Crusaders is a standard entry in the genre that's noteworthy for its two-player simultaneous play and the main characters' ability to transform into a tiger, eagle, (more...)
Friday The 13th
LJN, 1989 - Adventure - Licensed
The player starts the game by picking which camp counselor he/she wants to control. Each of the counselors is stationed in a different cabin across the map, and they have certain strengths and weaknesses, most prominently in terms of their speed and how (more...)
Muppet Adventure: Chaos at the Carnival
The game consists of five largely unrelated minigames. The main objective is to rescue Miss Piggy from the "Grumpasaurus", a being who has kidnapped her. In order to complete this objective, the player must assume the role of four different (more...)
Jeopardy! Super
Gametek, 1991 - Game Show - Licensed
In the Jeopardy! Round, point values ranged from 200 to 1000, with one Daily Double on the board. The Double Jeopardy! Round had clues worth from 500 to 2500 points, with two Daily Doubles hidden on the board. As in the regular show, the game ended with (more...)
Exerion II
Retrozone, 2009 - Shooter - Prototype
In the style of Galaga and 1942, Exerion featured vertical scrolling while shooting many enemies. Parallax backgrounds and moving terrain added to the graphics. Exerion never made it to the NES. This sequel also never made it to the NES. For years it (more...)
Ice Hockey
Each game consists of two teams in 5v5 matches (one on each team being a goaltender). The four players on offense and defense may be in one of three different weight classes (determined pre-game): thin players, ordinary players, and stocky players. Thin (more...)
Adventures of Lolo 2
HAL, 1990 - Puzzle - Wii (US) - Licensed
After the defeat of King Egger, Lolo and Lala return home. However, King Egger returns and once again captures Lala. He takes her to his castle in the sky, which is afloat above a large tower. The castle is accessible after Lolo clears all 9 floors of (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 (more...)
Jungle Book, The
In the game you control a young Mowgli through various side-scrolling levels in a similar mold of Pitfall. It is a vine-climbing, run-and-jump platformer, in which you shoot at or avoid enemies, such as snakes, monkeys, and prickly pear cacti (a North (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...)
Hook
Imagesoft, 1992 - Platform - Licensed
Peter Banning was a middle aged attorney living a good life. That is until the day Granny Wendy told him about a time he had forgotten. Long ago he lived in Neverland and never wanted to grow up. He was Peter Pan. He must now return to Neverland to (more...)
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