Gotcha! The Sport!
United States
Published by: LJN, 1987 | Developed by: LJN
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
Gotcha!: The Sport is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System Released in 1987 that uses the Nintendo Light Gun. It is based on the 1985 movie, Gotcha! . Gotcha! is a capture the flag style game played with paintball guns. The player's miss (more...)
Linus Spacehead's Cosmic Crusade
Camerica, 1992 - Adventure - Unlicensed
Cosmic (Linus in the NES version) is an alien from the planet Linoleum who crashed into the legendary planet Earth. Expecting a hero's welcome, Cosmic soon found his fellow Linomen were skeptical of the existence of the so-called "planet Earth&qu (more...)
Dudes with Attitude
American Video, 1990 - Puzzle - Unlicensed
The puzzles in Dudes with Attitude require the player to make their 'Dude' or 'Dudette' a certain color by having them move across a paint can. After turning a certain color, they can hit treasures of that same color. The object in each pu (more...)
Freedom Force
Sunsoft, 1988 - Light Gun - Licensed
Players assume the role of an anti-terrorist gunman who must kill terrorists without shooting any of their hostages. The game has different levels, including an airport that has been taken over by the terrorists and a city street. The game does have some (more...)
Section Z
Capcom, 1987 - Shooter - Licensed
Alien Invaders approach the solar system from their interstellar battle platform, named Fortress Balangool. Under the command of the Master Control, named L-Brain, the Invaders defeat Earth's space forces. Only one hero, Captain Commando remains to de (more...)
Konami, 1988 - Action - Licensed
The player's character is equipped with a semi-automatic rifle with an unlimited amount of ammunition and can jump, move and fire in all four cardinal directions and all four ordinal directions. The protagonists can move and jump simultaneously while (more...)
Vice: Project Doom
American Sammy, 1991 - Action - Licensed
Vice: Project Doom is a Nintendo game with elements similar to Spy Hunter and Ninja Gaiden. It has driving, fighting, first-person shooting and cinematic sequences when passed levels. Like Ninja Gaiden, Vice: Project Doom allows infinite continues, but al (more...)
TMNT II: The Arcade Game
Ultra, 1990 - Action - Licensed
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game is an arcade game produced by Konami in 1989. It is a scrolling beat 'em up based on the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series. It was ported to the NES and released in 1990. The player chooses (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...)
Dig Dug II: Trouble in Paradise
Bandai, 1989 - Arcade - Licensed
Unlike the first game, Dig Dug II takes place on an island with an overhead view. The goal is simple: to kill all the enemies on the level. There are two types: Pookas, the round red monsters with goggles, can only touch Dig Dug to kill him, but Fygars, t (more...)
SNK, 1990 - Adventure - Licensed
Crystalis takes place in the year 2097, in a post-apocalyptic world, 100 years after a global thermonuclear war has reverted civilization to a primitive, medieval state where science is forgotten in favour of magic and fierce mutant creatures populate the (more...)
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