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Sqoon
United States
Published by: Irem, 1987 | Developed by: Home Data
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
The player is given the pink submarine, Sqoon, and must use it to destroy the aliens and rescue captured human survivors while trying to avoid coming into contact with enemies and running out of fuel. To accomplish this, Sqoon is equipped with missiles to (more...)
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Stadium Events
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1987 | Developed by: Bandai
Genre: Power Pad | Licensed
Prior to being released by Nintendo as the Power Pad, Bandai test marketed their version of the peripheral in the North Central United States. Their version, known as 'Family Fun Fitness' was released alongside the one game compatible with the dev (more...)
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Star Force
United States
Published by: Tecmo, 1987 | Developed by: Tecmo
Genre: Shooter | Licensed | AKA: Mega Force
Unlike later vertical scrolling shooters, like Twin Cobra, the Star Force ship had only two levels of weapon power, and no bombs. Each stage in the game was named after a letter of the Greek alphabet. At least in certain versions of the game, players got (more...)
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Star Voyager
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1987 | Developed by: ASCII Corporation
Genre: Simulation | Licensed
When those who were left in your civilization boarded CosmoStation Noah, they thought they were headed for safety. Little did they know they would end up under intergalactic seige. Surrounded indefinitely by Molak Wardrivers. Somehow, someone must rid Spi (more...)
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Stealth ATF
United States
Published by: Activision, 1987 | Developed by: Imagineering
Genre: Simulation | Licensed
The player is in full control of the plane; in other words, the player is in control of taking off from the runway, battling other fighters while airborne, and landing the plane after the battle is over. The fighter is equipped with machine guns and missi (more...)
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Stinger
United States
Published by: Konami, 1987 | Developed by: Konami
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
Unlike its predecessor, Moero! Twinbee has horizontal shooter levels in addition to the vertical ones. The horizontal levels were the odd-numbered stages and basically, are like the vertical levels, with a different orientation (as opposed to other horizo (more...)
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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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Tiger-Heli
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1987 | Developed by: Toaplan
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
The game is a vertical scrolling shooter where the player controls a helicopter taking on hordes of enemies which include tanks, battleships, and artillery. It is interesting to note that, besides some airplanes taking off, there are no flying enemies in (more...)
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