Swords and Serpents
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1990 | Developed by: Interplay
Genre: Role Playing | Licensed
Swords and Serpents can be played by one, two, or four players (by use of the NES Satellite or other 4-player adapter[1]). Control of the characters is divided evenly among the number of players, but one player must be chosen as the party leader to contro (more...)
Pro Sport Hockey
Jaleco, 1993 - Sports, Other - Licensed
PRO SPORT HOCKEY brings the action of professional hockey to your living room without the flooding and freezing. There are 24 teams loaded with 288 real NHLPA players. After you choose a team, you can create lines for any purpose including scoring, checki (more...)
Broderbund, 1987 - Arcade - Licensed
Spelunker is set in a colossal cave, with the player starting at the cave's entrance at the top, and the objective is to get to the fabulous treasure at the bottom. To achieve this, the player must walk and jump through increasingly challenging parts (more...)
Activision, 1990 - Shooter - Licensed
Each of the pilots have been assigned a particular ship, but only DR. BRAIN can visualize the global extent of HOOD's plants - and even he can't comprehend the full dimensions of the scheme. But as DR. BRAIN determines the targets of HOOD's at (more...)
Tombs and Treasure
Infocom, 1991 - Role Playing - Licensed
Tombs & Treasure is predominantly about solving puzzles and interacting objects with one another as they are found throughout the Mayan city. When travelling from temple to temple, the only available action is to walk using the D-pad. However, once a temp (more...)
Konami, 1986 - Shooter - 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 field (more...)
Rainbow Islands
Taito, 1991 - Arcade - Licensed
Rainbow Islands is a 1987 arcade game from Taito. The game is subtitled "The Story of Bubble Bobble 2" and is the sequel to Taito's hit game Bubble Bobble from the previous year. It became the second of four arcade games in the Bubble Bobble (more...)
Dragon's Lair
Imagesoft, 1990 - Adventure - Licensed
Dragon's Lair led to the creation of numerous video games for home systems. Since some original sequences did not fit in the ports for those systems, they were re-released only in a virtual sequel called Escape from Singe's Castle; A non-linear ar (more...)
Dragon Strike
FCI, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
The player character is a knight who flies on the back of a metallic dragon equipped with a lance and various magic items (among other things a magic orb that acts as a radar in the game). The player's dragon can use its recharging magical breath to a (more...)
Stanley: The Search for Dr. Livingston
The absent-minded Dr. Livingston is lost in the jungle, and it's up to you to find him and the ancient temple of Am-Zutuk. You'll journey deep into the heart of the Congo, searching for any clues that might lead you to your old friend. The trek wi (more...)
World Cup
World Cup Soccer was produced by the same company that made River City Ransom (American Technos), licensed by Nintendo for a US release. The japanese name for this game is Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball-bu Soccer-hen. (more...)
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