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Published by: Hudson Soft, 1990 | Developed by: Atlus
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
The game centers around the main character of Apollo (no relation to the sun god) who progresses through the game in an alternating format that switches between platform, side-scrolling action (similar to the Super Mario Bros. series) and side-scrolling s (more...)
Mig 29 Soviet Fighter
Camerica, 1992 - Shooter - Unlicensed
In the NES version, it is very easy to die in this game, since the jet can be destroyed by a single stray bullet. The only way to survive seems to be to randomly dodge around the screen. Landings are rather difficult as well, since gusts of wind throw the (more...)
Goonies, The
Konami, 1986 - Arcade - Licensed
After playing "Goonies II" for the NES (the only Goonies game released for the system in the US) back in the day... one question always remained: "What the heck ever happened to Goonies I?" The answer is that it simply never made it to (more...)
Play Action Football
Nintendo, 1990 - Football - Licensed
This game was highly impressive for its time. It allowed players to choose from ten real teams from various cities, and each team featured all the actual players that were currently playing for them. The game used an isometric view, presenting the game at (more...)
Quattro Adventure
Camerica, 1993 - Adventure - Unlicensed
The Boomerang Kid must retrieve all of his boomerangs scattered throughout the outback. Super Robin Hood must fight his way through Nottingham Castle while avoiding a multitude of traps to successfully rescue Maid Marian. Treasure Island Dizzy: Dizzy find (more...)
Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones
Acclaim, 1991 - 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...)
Airwolf
Acclaim, 1988 - 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...)
Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti
Namco, 1989 - Platform - Licensed
Unlike the other Splatterhouse games, Wanpaku Graffiti focuses more on platforming elements than Beat 'em up gameplay. Instead of using punches and kicks, Rick wields an axe and can pick up a shotgun with limited ammo during certain levels. This game (more...)
Uninvited
Kemco, 1991 - Role Playing - Licensed
Uninvited is a haunted house "point and click" adventure game originally for the Macintosh, released in 1986 by ICOM Simulations. The unnamed hero must find the way through an abandoned house in order to rescue a younger brother (older sister in (more...)
Pro Wrestling
Nintendo, 1987 - Wrestling - Licensed
The player chooses a wrestler with unique skills and presses various combinations of buttons to use different wrestling moves. It is possible to leave the ring; however, a player who leaves the ring for more than 20 seconds forfeits the match. The game wa (more...)
Defender II
HAL, 1988 - Shooter - Licensed
This sequel adds new enemy ships to the alien fleet such as firebombers, Yllabian Space Guppies (note that Yllabian is based on "Yllab", the word "Bally" spelled backwards, a friendly poke at Williams' then-competitor, Bally-Midway (more...)
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