Where's Waldo?
United States
Published by: T*HQ, 1991 | Developed by: Bethesda Softworks
Genre: Educational/Children | Licensed
Where's Waldo was the first Waldo video game. The product was loosely based on the book Where's Waldo. The player's goal is to find Waldo in various pictures in order to progress through the game. The pictures are still images the size of the (more...)
Nintendo, 1990 - Adventure - Licensed
The story revolves around Mike Jones, a star pitcher from Seattle, who comes to C-Island to visit his uncle, an archaeologist named Dr. Steve Jones, after receiving a letter from him. Uniquely, this letter was actually packaged with the game and addressed (more...)
Uncharted Waters
Koei, 1991 - Role Playing - Licensed
Make history as a young Portuguese captain, as you set sail towards fame and riches. With your first mate steering the ship, you'll make your way to distant lands on a series of complex missions and breathtaking adventures. Stubborn merchants will sel (more...)
Skull and Crossbones
Tengen, 1990 - Arcade - Unlicensed
Fight as either Red Beard or One Eye through various pirate themed levels, like ships and forts, and even some non-pirate themed levels, battling ninjas, skeletons, and others in a quest to get back your hard earned money from an evil wizard. You can also (more...)
Shadow of the Ninja
Natsume, 1990 - Action - Licensed
The object of the game is to save the world from an evil emperor by defeating enemies throughout progressing levels in order to reach and defeat him. The game supports two player cooperative play. The player can select one of two ninjas: male (a blue nin (more...)
Mario Bros.
Nintendo, 1986 - Arcade - Licensed
Mario Bros. is a 2D side-view platform game. There is only one screen; the platforms have the same position for the entire game. The goal for each phase is to "kick off all the pests". Mario or Luigi can run right and left, and jump. The players (more...)
Double Dragon II: The Revenge
Acclaim, 1990 - Action - Licensed
Double Dragon II drops the rescue premise of the original game in favor of a revenge theme (hence the subtitle). Whereas in the original game, Marian was merely kidnapped, in the sequel she is shot to death by Black Warriors' leader Willy right in the (more...)
Little Mermaid, The
Capcom, 1991 - Platform - Licensed
The gameplay is similar to other Capcom games such as Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers and Duck Tales in that Ariel shoots air bubbles from her tail that when they hit certain enemies can be pick up and thrown at other enenemies or bosses. Ariel can also c (more...)
Over Horizon
Hot B, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
Never released in the North American region, Over Horizon is a side-scrolling shooter well worthy of import. The ship's weapons can be fired in both forward and backward. Weapon pickups enable the ship with different weapons and you can gain up to two (more...)
Base Wars: Cyber Stadium Series
Ultra, 1991 - Baseball - Licensed
There are four different types of robots in the game including the cyborg, tank, flybot and motorcycle. All of these robots are identical from the waist up, these classification differences refer to the area below the waist and consequently, their primary (more...)
Bases Loaded 3
Jaleco, 1991 - Baseball - Licensed
While Jaleco did hire famed baseball player Ryne Sandberg for an endorsement, this installment of the game did not feature real teams or players. More unpopular with players, however, was the somewhat bizarre premise that "playing a perfect game" (more...)
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