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Magician
United States
Published by: Taxan, 1991 | Developed by: Eurocom
Genre: Role Playing | Licensed
According to the game's manual, an evil magician named Abadon was able to use his power to summon groups of evil beasts, and then built a castle for himself. He then sent out his followers to rid the peace-loving land of Merlwood of its most powerful (more...)
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Magmax
United States
Published by: FCI, 1988 | Developed by: Nihon Bussan
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
In MagMax, embark on a mission to save humanity from... More Babylon, a computer run by a race of aliens that has taken over millions of human minds and has begun to exterminate them. You'll maneuver a giant robot called the MagMax through forest, des (more...)
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Major League Baseball
United States
Published by: LJN, 1988 | Developed by: Enteractive
Genre: Baseball | Licensed
Sure you've always wanted to be a professional ball player but have you ever thought about managing? Well, here's your chance to prove yourself both on and off the field. You choose your starting line-ups based on individual stats and playing situ (more...)
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Maniac Mansion
United States
Published by: Jaleco, 1990 | Developed by: Lucasfilm Games
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
Maniac Mansion is a graphical adventure game originally released in 1987 by Lucasfilm Games (now known as LucasArts). Maniac Mansion has become known among video game players and programmers for its highly-acclaimed gameplay and its introduction of new id (more...)
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Mappy-Land
United States
Published by: Taxan, 1989 | Developed by: TOSE
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Mappy-Land (a.k.a. Mappy 3) is a video game console-only sequel to the 1983 Namco/Midway arcade game Mappy. There are eight theme lands on each in this game. In this game, Mappy the Mouse was given an extended family, including his wife, "Mapico the (more...)
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Marble Madness
United States
Published by: Milton Bradley, 1989 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Puzzle | Licensed
While Marble Madness is a fairly short game, with victorious plays through its six levels rarely lasting longer than five minutes, its high degree of challenge and charming theme, sound and graphics made it a hit. A small assortment of enemies are scatter (more...)
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Mario Bros.
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1986 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: 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...)
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Mario Is Missing!
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1993 | Developed by: Radical Entertainment
Genre: Educational/Children | Licensed
Bowser has escaped the Mushroom Kingdom and is now in the real world. To make matters worse, he has kidnapped Mario. You will have to explore exotic cities by navigating the streets with only a map and compass. If you find some friendly people, they may p (more...)
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