Mendel Palace
United States
Published by: Hudson Soft, 1990 | Developed by: Game Freak, Inc. / KID
Genre: Puzzle | Licensed
In Mendel Palace, you control a character named Bun-Bun. Your ultimate goal is to rescue your girlfriend Candy, who has fallen asleep and is now trapped in her dream. Each area features various dolls as enemies; each doll has specific movements and attack (more...)
Boulder Dash
JVC, 1990 - Arcade - Licensed
The hero of the game, whom the player has to control, is the brave prospector "Rockford". He has to dig through caves collecting gems and diamonds, while avoiding dangerous creatures of various types as well as obstacles like falling rocks and t (more...)
Cheetamen II
Cheetahmen II is infamous for being one of the most sought-after NES rarities, despite being unplayable due to a glitch. The game was never actually released onto the market, although it did have a small production run of physical cartridges and packaging (more...)
Stadium Events
Bandai, 1987 - Power Pad - Licensed
Prior to being released by Nintendo as the Power Pad, Bandai test marketed their version of the peripheral in the North Central United States. Their version, known as 'Family Fun Fitness' was released alongside the one game compatible with the dev (more...)
I Can Remember - Fisher-Price
Fisher Price: I Can Remember is a puzzle game released in 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) by GameTek/IJE Inc. under license from Fisher-Price. Fisher-Price: I Can Remember is a puzzle-memory game in which you flip one card and try to find (more...)
Battle Kid 1: Fortress of Peril
Retrozone, 2010 - Platform - Homebrew
Inspired from I Wanna Be The Guy along with other classic platformers, Sivak Games proudly presents Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril. This is the first brand-new action-platformer game to grace the NES in almost 15 years!

After having uncovered a pl (more...)

Whomp 'Em
Jaleco, 1991 - Platform - Licensed
Whomp 'Em is an action platformer, akin to many games at the time. It is notable for being one of the few video games to feature a Native American as the protagonist. After completing the first stage, the player can play the other six in any order. Ea (more...)
Power Blade
Taito, 1991 - Action - Licensed
After years of infighting and millions of casualties, the 22nd Century sees the emergence of the New Earth, which is controlled by a Master Computer that houses government and information databases that are vital to the functioning of the entire planet. W (more...)
Best of the Best: Championship Karate
All your life you have dreamed of being the very best, the elite. You have studied karate since you were old enough to walk, learning not only the physical aspects of the sport but the spiritual ones as well. After a lifetime of training and dedication, y (more...)
Flintstones: The Surprise at Dinosaur Peak
Taito, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
An evil pterodactyl has kidnapped Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. Luckily, Fred and Barney have found the kids; but, the pterodactyl will not return them until the two fathers bring the five legendary fire gemstones. You will have to use Fred's clubbing skills (more...)
Mario's Time Machine
Set in 1993, Bowser is in possession of a time machine. He went back in time to steal many artifacts from the past, and placed them in what will be the greatest museum of all time. If the items aren't returned soon, history will be changed forever. It (more...)
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