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Motor City Patrol
United States
Published by: Matchbox, 1992 | Developed by: Source Research & Development Ltd.
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
A simple, top-down driving game where you play a patrol officer in a city police force. You progressively take down bigger bad guys by chasing them down and shooting at them. The gameplay is a precursor to the first Grand Theft Auto games, developed later (more...)
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Mr. Gimmick!
FAMI
Nintendo Famicom
Published by: Sunsoft, 1992 | Developed by: Authentic Entertainment
Genre: Platform | Licensed
In the introduction animation, a young girl receives a gimmick doll named Yumetarō (ゆめたろー) for a birthday present. She quickly favors the new doll over her previous toys who, jealous over abandonment, kidnap her and hold her captive in an alter (more...)
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Ms. Pac-Man
United States
Published by: Tengen, 1990 | Developed by: Namco
Genre: Arcade | Unlicensed
Ms. Pac-Man is a popular arcade game released by Midway in 1981. This sequel to Pac-Man differs from its predecessor on the fact that there is more than one layout of paths involved. Every two or three levels, the map changes with intermissions in-between (more...)
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Muppet Adventure: Chaos at the Carnival
United States
Published by: Hi-Tech Expressions, 1990 | Developed by:
Genre: Platform | Licensed
The game consists of five largely unrelated minigames. The main objective is to rescue Miss Piggy from the "Grumpasaurus", a being who has kidnapped her. In order to complete this objective, the player must assume the role of four different mupp (more...)
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Mutant Virus: Crisis in a Computer World
United States
Published by: American Softworks, 1992 | Developed by: Rocket Science Productions
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
In THE MUTANT VIRUS, you play the part of Ron Trainer, the best of the best at the elite corps of Computer Master Debuggers. Now there is a problem in Central Programming Institute from where all the city computers are controlled and you have to solve it. (more...)
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Myriad 6-in-1
United States
Published by: Myriad, 0000 | Developed by: Mega Soft
Genre: Arcade | Unlicensed
The six games on the cartridge are: Bookyman (A clone of Williams Electronics and Kural's arcade game Make Trax/Crush Roller), Adam and Eve (A single-screen platform game similar to Nintendo's Balloon Fight, in which yo (more...)
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Mystery Quest
United States
Published by: Taxan, 1989 | Developed by: Carry Lab
Genre: Platform | Licensed
In Mystery Quest you play as Hao, an apprentice wizard who finally has a chance to prove himself. The Great Wizard has challenged you to seek out his four hidden talismans which he has placed in four different castles. Your character has only one type of (more...)
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Mystic Pillars
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2008 | Developed by: Sivak Games
Genre: Puzzle | Homebrew | AKA: Columns
Inspired by the game Columns, Mystic Pillars marks the third title by Sivak Games. You must guide pillars of tiles to form a row, column, or diagonal of 3 matching tiles in order to clear them. Tiles stacked on top of the dissapearing tiles drop do (more...)
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