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Airball
Multi-Region
Prototype
Published by: Retrozone, 2007 | Developed by:
Genre: Adventure | Prototype
An unreleased game, originally by Tengen, brought back from the dead by Retrozone! Explore the wizard's 3D isometric dungeon through 3 difficulty levels. Each level the items are rearranged and new challenges are added. Can you outwit the wizard befor (more...)
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Battle Kid 1: Fortress of Peril
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2010 | Developed by: Sivak Games
Genre: Platform | Homebrew
Inspired from I Wanna Be The Guy along with other classic platformers, Sivak Games proudly presents Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril. This is the first brand-new action-platformer game to grace the NES in almost 15 years!

After having uncovered a pl (more...)

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Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2012 | Developed by: Sivak Games
Genre: Platform | Homebrew
The adventure continues! Sivak Games proudly presents Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment, the sequel to the 2010 title Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril. The next phase of the vile group's plan has begun! The Supermech have have been destroyed, but that wa (more...)
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Chunkout 2
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2008 | Developed by: Chunkout Games
Genre: Puzzle | Homebrew
Classic tile deleting fun - can you get a Chunkout? Starting with a random layout of colored tiles, obliterate large chunks of the same color and shape to score big! By strategically removing smaller quantities of tiles you can create bigger and better sc (more...)
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Exerion II
Multi-Region
Prototype
Published by: Retrozone, 2009 | Developed by: TOSE
Genre: Shooter | Prototype | AKA: Zorni
In the style of Galaga and 1942, Exerion featured vertical scrolling while shooting many enemies. Parallax backgrounds and moving terrain added to the graphics. Exerion never made it to the NES. This sequel also never made it to the NES. For years it rema (more...)
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Geminim/Siamond
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2008 | Developed by: Sivak Games
Genre: Puzzle | Homebrew
Get the first games in the Sivak line on one cart, Geminim and Siamond! In this multicart, you'll be able to experience the first two games by Sivak Games. Included are the games Geminim and Siamond. Geminim is based on the logic game of Nim. On your (more...)
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GemVenture
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2010 | Developed by: Tom Livak
Genre: Puzzle | Homebrew
Based on Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords, GemVenture is similar puzzle g (more...)
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Glider
Multi-Region
Homebrew
Published by: Retrozone, 2008 | Developed by: Retrozone
Genre: Action | Homebrew
Jump into your Glider and ride the vents to escape The House in the first ever flashable NES game from Brian Parker. In the most advanced homebrew yet you control the paper airplane in search of a way out of the 60 room house. Fly over floor vents to get (more...)
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