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To The Earth
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1989 | Developed by: Cirque Verte
Genre: Light Gun | Licensed
The object of the game is to destroy incoming bombs, asteroids, etc. without destroying friendly vessels. Due to the very quick speeds of the enemy ships and asteroids, the game is considered to be one of the most challenging Zapper games for the NES. The (more...)
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Toobin'
United States
Published by: Tengen, 1989 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Arcade | Unlicensed
Toobin' involves Biff and Jet racing their way down the rapids of various rivers on inner tubes. Move your toob and drift as the current sends you, making sure to avoid the banks of the river and the dividing lines in the middle. Other hazards include (more...)
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Track and Field II
United States
Published by: Konami, 1989 | Developed by: Konami
Genre: Sports, Other | Licensed
Track & Field II is the sequel to Track & Field created by Konami for the NES in 1988. It still continues the Olympic-themed sports events, but adds more realism by choosing a country for the player to represent. The series boasted 15 sporting events, wit (more...)
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Twin Eagle
United States
Published by: Romstar, 1989 | Developed by: SETA
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
Twin Eagle is a vertically scrolling arcade style shooter. You control a helicopter, and need to earn points by shooting or bombing the various (and numerous!) enemies you'll encounter. Planes, helicopters, tanks, anti-aircraft guns, foot soldiers, an (more...)
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Ultima III: Exodus
United States
Published by: FCI, 1989 | Developed by: Origin Systems
Genre: Role Playing | Licensed
The story of Exodus centers on a quest (back in Sosaria) to destroy the final remnant of the evil Mondain and Minax. Exodus features revolutionary graphics for its time, being the first computer RPG to feature animated characters. Also, Exodus differs fro (more...)
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Wheel of Fortune: Junior Edition
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1989 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Game Show | Licensed
The NES version was designed by Rare, and three editions were made: The original in 1988, a Junior Edition in 1989, and a Family Edition in 1990. Oddly, the Family Edition does not feature the famous Wheel of Fortune theme. This does not support the NES F (more...)
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Willow
United States
Published by: Capcom, 1989 | Developed by: Capcom
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
In this RPG based on the movie, the player assumes the role of Willow, the chosen one who must restore human form to the benevolent sorceress Fin Raziel and destroy the evil sorceress, Bavmorda. Willow makes use of swords, shields, and spells that he disc (more...)
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Wizards and Warriors II: Ironsword
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1989 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Platform | Licensed
The hero of the series, Kuros, must face off once again against the evil wizard Malkil, who has taken control of the four elementals of the world - wind, water, fire and earth. Each of the four elemental realms consists of two stages. In the first stage, (more...)
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