World Cup
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1990 | Developed by: Technos Japan
Genre: Sports, Other | Licensed
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...)
Peek-A-Boo Poker
Panesian, 1991 - Cards/Casino - Unlicensed
Peek-A-Boo Poker is just like regular video poker, except that it's particularly sleazy. Along with Bubble Bath Babes, and Hot Slots, this is one of three "adult" titles for the NES released by Panesian in 1991 and features spr (more...)
Capcom, 1986 - Action - Licensed
All versions of the game are very similar, with the same graphics (taking into account the various limitations of the platforms). The player (Super Joe) starts by being dropped off in a jungle by a helicopter, and has to fight his way out singlehandedly, (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 h (more...)
Jetsons: Cogswell's Caper
Taito, 1992 - Platform - Licensed
Meet George Jetson; Jane, his wife; daughter, Judy; and his son, Elroy. Okay, it's not quite as catchy without the theme music, but THE JETSONS have finally made their way to the Nintendo Entertainment System in THE JETSONS: Cogswell's Caper. With (more...)
Acclaim, 1990 - Action - Licensed
The player controls either Max Force or Hit Man, who are hunting down junkies, drug dealers and organized crime kingpins. Max and Hit are equipped with an automatic weapon and missile launcher. When an enemy is dispatched using the latter, they explode in (more...)
Adventures of Bayou Billy
Konami, 1989 - Light Gun - Licensed
Bayou Billy consists of three distinct playing styles used over 9 levels: shooting (optionally allowing the use of a Zapper), a side-scrolling beat 'em up, and a third-person driving section. Unfortunately, all three modes (especially the side-scrolle (more...)
Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll
Culture Brain, 1988 - Action - Licensed
Flying Dragon was an NES game released for by Culture Brain in 1989, where the player controlled a martial artist trying to recover magical scrolls stolen by the evil Tusk Soldiers. It was afforded a nominal sequel with Flying Warriors. (more...)
Ultra, 1990 - Action - Licensed
RollerGames was a U.S. television show that presented a theatrical version of the sport of roller derby for a national audience, and featured a number of skaters who had been in the Roller Games league (1961-1975), as well as younger participants. It was (more...)
Star Soldier
Taxan, 1989 - Shooter - Licensed
Star Soldier is an overhead vertical shooter and the second title in Hudson Soft's Caravan Shooting series (after Star Force), first released for the NES in 1986, and 1988 in North America. It was followed by numerous sequels and spinoffs, including S (more...)
Captain Skyhawk
The player takes a role of a fighter pilot working to repel an alien invasion. Aliens have invaded Earth, and have built four land bases. These bases are designed to drain Earth's energy and feed it to their mother space station. If the space station (more...)
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