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3-D Battles of World Runner, The
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1987 | Developed by: Square
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
3-D WorldRunner features many elements that are typical of a vertically scrolling shooter game. The player must focus on destroying or dodging onscreen enemies against a scrolling background. However, 3-D WorldRunner incorporates a distinct third-person v (more...)
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Airwolf
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1988 | Developed by: Acclaim
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
The game places the player in the cockpit of a helicopter (codenamed Airwolf), where the player must attempt to shoot down enemy aircraft and rescue prisoners. The game contains thirty missions, each with the objective being to rescue prisoners being held (more...)
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Arch Rivals
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1990 | Developed by:
Genre: Basketball | Licensed
The big drawing point of Arch Rivals is the ability to punch the opposing player (which the player is encouraged to do), after which they can steal the ball. Sometimes, soda cans and candy wrappers are thrown onto the floor. If a ballhandler steps on thos (more...)
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Bigfoot
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1990 | Developed by: Beam Software
Genre: Racing | Licensed
Monster truck game where you go from LA to NYC through different kinds of races. At every stop, you first drive a qualification round against your opponent, which is in top-down perspective. Here, you can collect money and several power-ups to use to win (more...)
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Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1989 | Developed by: Raffaele Cecco
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
Pirates have raided the storage depots of the Federation and stolen valuable minerals, jewels, ammunition and the latest battle weaponry. The Cybernoid ship has been depatched with instructions to retrieve the stolen booty and to return it to storage with (more...)
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Destination Earthstar
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1990 | Developed by: Imagineering
Genre: Simulation | Licensed
Two centuries ago, an alien species known as the Kojans kidnapped the people of Earth and made them their slaves. But the Earthlings never gave hope of returning to their homeland. So they sent you, a brave space ship pilot, to travel through the galaxy i (more...)
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Double Dragon II: The Revenge
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1990 | Developed by: Technos Japan
Genre: Action | Licensed
Double Dragon II drops the rescue premise of the original game in favor of a revenge theme (hence the subtitle). Whereas in the original game, Marian was merely kidnapped, in the sequel she is shot to death by Black Warriors' leader Willy right in the (more...)
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Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1991 | Developed by: Technos Japan
Genre: Action | Licensed
The NES version of Double Dragon III: The Rosetta Stone (spelled with a roman numeral), unlike the arcade version, was developed in-house by Technos Japan rather than East Technology. Both versions of the game were also developed in tandem. The English-la (more...)
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