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Adventures of Bayou Billy
United States
Published by: Konami, 1989 | Developed by: Konami
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
Bayou Billy consists of three distinct playing styles used over 9 levels: shooting (optionally allowing the use of a Zapper), a side-scrolling beat 'em up, and a third-person driving section. Unfortunately, all three modes (especially the side-scrolle (more...)
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Baby Boomer
United States
Published by: Color Dreams, 1989 | Developed by: Jim Meuer
Genre: Light Gun | Unlicensed
Baby Boomer is an unlincensed 1989 action game created by Color Dreams for the NES. As a baby crawls across the screen toward numerous dangers, such as birds of prey or bottomless pits, the player uses his NES Zapper to shoot hazards before they hurt the (more...)
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Chiller
United States
Published by: American Game Cartridges, 1986 | Developed by: Exidy
Genre: Light Gun | Unlicensed
A player's goal is to shoot and kill everything that there is on the screen, both animated characters and inanimate elements of the background. There are four unique screens detailing various horror scenarios and settings. For each screen, shooting al (more...)
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Duck Hunt
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1985 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
In Duck Hunt, players utilize the Nintendo Zapper Light Gun that must be plugged into their NES consoles, and attempt to shoot down either ducks or clay pigeons in mid-flight. Duck Hunt was also released as an arcade game in 1984, and is included in the P (more...)
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Freedom Force
United States
Published by: Sunsoft, 1988 | Developed by: Sunsoft
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
Players assume the role of an anti-terrorist gunman who must kill terrorists without shooting any of their hostages. The game has different levels, including an airport that has been taken over by the terrorists and a city street. The game does have some (more...)
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Gotcha! The Sport!
United States
Published by: LJN, 1987 | Developed by: LJN
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
Gotcha!: The Sport is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System Released in 1987 that uses the Nintendo Light Gun. It is based on the 1985 movie, Gotcha! . Gotcha! is a capture the flag style game played with paintball guns. The player's miss (more...)
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Gumshoe
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1986 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
The player acts as Mr. Stevenson, the main character and a former gumshoe. Mr. Stevenson's daughter Jennifer has been kidnapped by a mafia boss, King Dom, and has to retrieve five Black Panther Diamonds within 24 hours. Defeating Zulie, who has eaten (more...)
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Hogan's Alley
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1985 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
Despite being rather short on story and depth, this game was nevertheless fairly popular. The game flashes three "cardboard cut-outs" of a mixture of bad guys and innocent civilians. The player needs to react quickly and shoot the thugs while sp (more...)
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