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Super Pitfall
United States
Published by: Activision, 1987 | Developed by: Michronics
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Super Pitfall is a 1987 Japanese game for the Famicom and NES developed by Micronics for Pony and Activision. It was the first game ever that Activision published for a system made by Nintendo and it was based upon Activision's earlier Pitfall series (more...)
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Super Spike V'Ball
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1990 | Developed by: Technos Japan
Genre: Sports, Other | Licensed
It is based on, but not a direct port of, the arcade game U.S. Championship V'Ball. It is a beach volleyball game, the most notable element of the game being the 'Super Spike,' a spike which is difficult to block. It offers several teams with (more...)
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Super Sprint
United States
Published by: Tengen, 1989 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Racing | Unlicensed
Super Sprint is a simple racing game. Up to three players drive simultaneously on a circuit against opponents controlled by the computer. The circuits are viewed from above and always fit on the screen, so the game never scrolls. After three rounds the wi (more...)
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Super Spy Hunter
United States
Published by: Sunsoft, 1992 | Developed by: Tokai Engineering
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
Spy hunting action goes to new heights with SUPER SPY HUNTER for the NES. This time around, you'll be behind the controls of some of the most advanced pursuit vehicles in the world, including a super-charged racer, aqua blaster watercraft, and a turbo (more...)
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Super Team Games
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1988 | Developed by: Sonata
Genre: Power Pad | Licensed
Super Team Games was a game cartridge for the Nintendo Entertainment System's Powerpad. It features a group of different games that use side B of the pad. One game features running, while another running and jumping. Unfortunately, due to lack of inte (more...)
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Superman
United States
Published by: Kemco, 1988 | Developed by: Kemco
Genre: Action | Licensed
Superman is the title of an NES video game based on the popular DC comics character and the first two films of the same name. The game is a combination of side-scrolling action mixed in with some puzzles. While the US release contains an original soundtra (more...)
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Swamp Thing
United States
Published by: T*HQ, 1992 | Developed by: Imagineering
Genre: Action | Licensed
Save the poisoned planet! The menace of Dr. Arcane knows no boundaries he has recessed his deadly mutation serous in to the atmosphere, where it will form all living things hen to veils un-Man! Only Swamp Thing has the power forestage the environment, Tra (more...)
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Sword Master
United States
Published by: Activision, 1992 | Developed by: Athena Co.
Genre: Action | Licensed
You'll venture back to a time when castles covered the lands, dragons roamed the planet, and noble warriors defended the King with their lives. As a SWORD MASTER, you are one of the many heroes who has dedicated his life to his kingdom, and would sacr (more...)
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