Cheetamen II
United States
Published by: Active Enterprises, 1993 | Developed by: Active Enterprises
Genre: Platform | Unlicensed
Cheetahmen II is infamous for being one of the most sought-after NES rarities, despite being unplayable due to a glitch. The game was never actually released onto the market, although it did have a small production run of physical cartridges and packaging (more...)
Crash and the Boys Street Challenge
The game has four different teams to choose from (by alternating between the two controllers). The teams are comprised of five members each with their own strengths and weaknesses, making some better suited to certain events than others. The events take p (more...)
Spy Hunter
Sunsoft, 1987 - Shooter - Licensed
Spy Hunter is an action/driving game. It places the player as the driver of a "spy" vehicle. The object of the game is to travel the freeways and hunt down and destroy as many enemy vehicles as possible, while protecting and not harming innocent (more...)
Air Fortress
HAL, 1989 - Shooter - Licensed
Air Fortress has a fairly typical alien invasion storyline: the people of the planet Farmel, having recently gained the technology for space travel, eagerly explored the galaxy only to find a herd of monstrous "Air Fortresses" moving in their di (more...)
Super Spike V'Ball
It is based on, but not a direct port of, the arcade game U.S. Championship V'Ball. It is a beach volleyball game, the most notable element of the game being the 'Super Spike,' a spike which is difficult to block. It offers several teams with (more...)
Home Alone
T*HQ, 1991 - Arcade - Licensed
Based on the movie of the same name The game only allows for one player and the object is to get all your parents' valuables in the basement before the "Wet Bandits" get to them and kidnap you. (more...)
Ufouria: The Saga
Sunsoft, 1991 - Adventure - Licensed
Four friends: Bop-Louie, Freeon-Leeon, Gil, and Shades, each of a different species live in a world named Ufouria. The characters stumble upon a crater, into which all but Bop-Louie falls. Bop-Louie climbs in, but blanks out. He awakes with amnesia and mu (more...)
Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine
Acclaim, 1989 - Shooter - Licensed
Pirates have raided the storage depots of the Federation and stolen valuable minerals, jewels, ammunition and the latest battle weaponry. The Cybernoid ship has been depatched with instructions to retrieve the stolen booty and to return it to storage with (more...)
Goal! Two
Jaleco, 1992 - Soccer - Licensed
Get ready for super-fast, super-intense soccer action with GOAL! for the Nintendo. You can choose your team from a roster of 24 international squads and three gameplay modes. One or two players compete in Match Play mode and Super Cup mode is a one-player (more...)
Tiny Toon Adventures
Konami, 1991 - Platform - Licensed
In this fast paced platform game, you are Buster Bunny and with the help of your sidekicks Dizzy Devil, Furrball, and Plucky Duck, you have to get through 6 levels to reach your goal, which is to rescue Babs Bunny from the clutches of the devious Montana (more...)
Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom
Tecmo, 1991 - Action - Licensed
The game opens with CIA Agent Irene Lew investigating a secret facility, located in the middle of nowhere. As she investigates, she is confronted by Ryu Hayabusa, the game's protagonist, who threatens to kill her, and chases her. The chase eventually (more...)
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