Top Players' Tennis - Chris Evert and Ivan Lendl
United States
Published by: Asmik, 1990 | Developed by: Home Data
Genre: Sports, Other | Licensed| AKA: Four Players' Tennis
The Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open - the biggest names in tennis compete in these tournaments every year trying to win the coveted Grand Slam. So, why not you? Asmik's Top Players' Tennis let's you compete for t (more...)
Bad Dudes
Data East, 1990 - Action - Licensed
The game is typical of the genre, with up to two heroes featured at once. The player uses a combination of kicks, punches and jumping to defeat the enemies. Each level contains a boss that needs to be defeated to progress to the next level. At the success (more...)
Little Samson
Taito, 1992 - Action - Licensed
You're Little Samson, a brave young mountaineer, and you're about to embark on the most important journey of your life. The Imperial Forgy has been attacked by Ta-Keed, the Prince of Darkness, and you're the only one who can stop him. Along wi (more...)
Wacky Races
Atlus, 1992 - Platform - Licensed
Once again, man's best friend leaps into battle when his pal Dick Dastardly plunges in over his head. After entering the Wacky Races, Dick Dastardly's schemes land him right in the hands of his opponents. Now it's up to Muttley to save his bun (more...)
Wild Gunman
Nintendo, 1985 - Light Gun - Licensed
The original version was one of Nintendo's early electro-mechanical arcade games released in 1974. It consisted of a light gun connected to a 16mm projection screen. An image of a Wild West gunslinger was projected onto the screen and when his eyes fl (more...)
Perfect Fit - Fisher-Price
While Fisher-Price: Perfect Fit is designed to help... More children ages three to six develop object recognition and eye-hand coordination within a time limit, it is too boring and limited in scope to give a child incentive to play for extended periods o (more...)
Nexoft, 1989 - Adventure - Licensed
The object is to navigate through Groken Castle to rescue Princess Margarita. The player has 50 lives with which to complete the game, and receives an extra life every 10,000 points. There are two magical fairies to help. To find your princess you have to (more...)
Nintendo, 1987 - Platform - Licensed
Metroid provided one of the first highly nonlinear game experiences on a home console. The basic gameplay is a mix of action adventure and platform shooter. The player begins with a very limited amount of power-ups, but must always use their ingenuity to (more...)
Nuts and Milk
Hudson Soft, 1984 - Arcade - Licensed
Originally developed by Hudson Soft for several home computers in Japan, Nuts & Milk became the company's first Famicom video game. The game itself borrows elements from Lode Runner and other arcade-styled platformers such as Donkey Kong Jr, and even (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...)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Cartoon Workshop
Instead of just watching Tiny Toon Adventure cartoons, why not create your own? With TINY TOON CARTOON WORKSHOP, that's exactly what you'll be doing in no time flat! You're in charge of every aspect of your cartoon, including the character, se (more...)
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