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Boulder Dash
United States
Published by: JVC, 1990 | Developed by: First Star Software
Genre: 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...)
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Bump 'n' Jump
United States
Published by: Vic Tokai, 1988 | Developed by: SAS Sakata
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The basic plot of this game is that the players' girlfriend has been kidnapped, and they are racing to her rescue. The goal in this game is to drive from the beginning of a level to the end while bumping enemy vehicles into obstacles and jumping over (more...)
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BurgerTime
United States
Published by: Data East, 1987 | Developed by: SAS Sakata
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The playfield consists of ladders and on which rest oversized hamburger layers (the bun, the meat patties, tomatoes, lettuce, and cheese). The layers are arranged vertically so that they can be dropped directly onto each other. The player's objective (more...)
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Karnov
United States
Published by: Data East, 1988 | Developed by: SAS Sakata
Genre: Platform | Licensed
Karnov must travel through 9 different levels. He must walk, jump and shoot his way through these levels and find special items that will help him on his way. He can collect red orbs in which he can upgrade up to 3 fireballs at a time. Each level contains (more...)
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Ring King
United States
Published by: Data East, 1987 | Developed by: SAS Sakata
Genre: Fighting | Licensed
Ring King also known as King of Boxer in other parts of the world is a video game released to the arcade in 1985 and later for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It allowed the player to pick from various fictional characters and duke it out with the comp (more...)
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RoboCop
United States
Published by: Data East, 1989 | Developed by: SAS Sakata
Genre: Action | Licensed
The game captures the spirit of the RoboCop film to some degree, as it involves killing generic criminals and enemy bosses, like the dangerous ED-209. Being quite popular, RoboCop was followed by several sequels including RoboCop 2, RoboCop 3, and RoboCop (more...)
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Tag Team Wrestling
United States
Published by: Data East, 1986 | Developed by: Technos Japan
Genre: Wrestling | Licensed
In the NES version, two professional wrestling tag-teams, the Strong Bads and the Ricky Fighters, battle against each other in tag-team action, or a single player competes in a series of tournaments to win ever larger trophies. The Strong Bads provided th (more...)
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Werewolf: The Last Warrior
United States
Published by: Data East, 1990 | Developed by: SAS Sakata
Genre: Action | Licensed
An evil leader and his gang of bio-engineered monsters has taken over the land and only one man stands in their way. Only he's not a man, he is a lycanthrope, a person able to transform into a terrible werewolf to let loose his anger. You start the ga (more...)
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