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F-15 City War
United States
Published by: American Video, 1990 | Developed by: Idea-tek
Genre: Shooter | Unlicensed
F-15 City War is an unlicensed arcade style flying game from American Video. You fly an F-15 with unlimited ammunition into battle against a seemingly endless stream of generic tanks, helicopters, gun boats, missile silos, jets, robots, and a large boss a (more...)
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Fast Break, Magic Johnson's
United States
Published by: Tradewest, 1990 | Developed by:
Genre: Basketball | Licensed
Magic Johnson's Fast Break is fast-paced two-on-two action rather than the usual five-on-five contest. On screen you get a full-court, horizontally-scrolling gameplay. A referee monitors the action and calls the fouls if the gameplay gets too rough, a (more...)
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Final Fantasy
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1990 | Developed by: Square
Genre: Role Playing | Licensed
Gameplay in Final Fantasy is similar to that of many other console role-playing games. The player controls a party of four player characters, called Light Warriors (or "Warriors of Light" in later editions), who explore towns and dungeons as the (more...)
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Galactic Crusader
United States
Published by: Bunch Games, 1990 | Developed by: Joy Van
Genre: Shooter | Unlicensed
Galactic Crusader is a fairly standard shooter, except for the low production value that is the hallmark of most unlicensed NES titles from Bunch Games, Wisdom Tree and others. (more...)
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Gauntlet II
United States
Published by: Mindscape, 1990 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The biggest difference from the original game is that each player can now choose his class, instead of being limited to a particular one for each joystick. Thus, instead of having a "warrior" or a "wizard" (for instance), in Gauntlet 2 (more...)
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Genghis Kahn
United States
Published by: Koei, 1990 | Developed by: Koei
Genre: Strategy | Licensed
Takes the player inside the virtual life of either Genghis Khan or one of his archrivals. The player must arrange marriages, father children, appoint family members to governmental positions, and fight in order to conquer the Old World. Armies must be dra (more...)
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Ghostbusters II
United States
Published by: Activision, 1990 | Developed by: Activision
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The game is a single-player side-scrolling game where the player controls a Ghostbuster through various stages based on the film, making their way to the museum before time runs out. One level involves riding around in the hero's famous car and anothe (more...)
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Gilligan's Island
United States
Published by: Bandai, 1990 | Developed by: Human Entertainment, Inc.
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
The player controls the Skipper and is followed around by Gilligan, who is controlled by the computer. The game has four episodes where the player had to wander around the island, collecting various objects, speaking with the other castaways and solving v (more...)
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