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Crystal Mines
United States
Published by: Color Dreams, 1989 | Developed by: Color Dreams
Genre: Arcade | Unlicensed
In Crystal Mines the player controls a robot via remote control to conduct a mining operation on a newly discovered planet in the year 2265. The robot can use energy balls to dig through dirt and rock as well as defeat enemies. On each level, the player i (more...)
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Devil World
FAMI
Nintendo Famicom
Published by: Nintendo, 1984 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Devil World has similar gameplay to that of Pac-Man. It is the only game designed by Shigeru Miyamoto that has not been released in North America. This was due to Nintendo of America's strict policies on the use of religious icons in games, which were (more...)
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Dig Dug
FAMI
Nintendo Famicom
Published by: Namco, 1985 | Developed by: Namco
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Become Dig Dug, the champion of love and justice, as you drill up, down, left, and right, defeating any enemies in your path. Avoid the persistent Pooka and the deep-dwelling but whimsical Fygar as you defeat all the enemies in order to clear each (more...)
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Dig Dug II: Trouble in Paradise
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1989 | Developed by: Namco
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Unlike the first game, Dig Dug II takes place on an island with an overhead view. The goal is simple: to kill all the enemies on the level. There are two types: Pookas, the round red monsters with goggles, can only touch Dig Dug to kill him, but Fygars, t (more...)
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Donkey Kong
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1986 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Donkey Kong is an early example of the platform genre. Winning the game requires patience and the ability to accurately time the acent of Jumpman (Mario). In addition to presenting the goal of saving the Lady (Pauline), the game also gives the player a sc (more...)
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Donkey Kong 3
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1986 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Released in the arcades in 1983, Donkey Kong 3 is the third of the "Donkey Kong" arcade game series, changing the format to more of an action-shooter than a platform game. As Stanley the Bugman, players are positioned under Donkey Kong, who has (more...)
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Donkey Kong Classics
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1988 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
Donkey Kong Classics features both the original Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. on a single cartridge. In Donkey Kong, you need to guide Mario safely up the scaffolding to rescue his girlfriend, Pauline. In Donkey Kong Jr., the roles are reversed; you con (more...)
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Donkey Kong Jr.
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1986 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The player (Junior) attempts to rescue Papa, Donkey Kong. The game can be classified as a platformer. Fruits hang in predictable locations, which can be loosed to fall on enemies, killing them. The game has four levels; Vines, Springboard, Chains and Mari (more...)
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