United States
Published by: American Sammy, 1989 | Developed by: Aicom
Genre: Action | Licensed
In the game, players take the role of Amagon, a Marine who is trapped on an island after his plane crashed. Inconveniently, his rescue ship is on the other side of the island, hence Amagon is forced to attempt to cross it. Along the way, he encounters a v (more...)
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American Gladiators
United States
Published by: Gametek, 1991 | Developed by: Incredible Technologies
Genre: Sports, Other | Licensed
As in the real show, the player use their strength and stamina in order to confront their opponents and the American Gladiators. Players must navigate through the Assault, Powerball, Human Cannonball, The Wall, and Joust over a course of four increasingly (more...)
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United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1988 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
The gameplay is similar to that of a board game, like Pictionary. Either playing as a pair of women's shoes, a horn, an ice cream cone, or a Teddy bear, the game slowly draws a picture and the first person to buzz in and guess the correct answer moves (more...)
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Arch Rivals
United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1990 | Developed by:
Genre: Basketball | Licensed
The big drawing point of Arch Rivals is the ability to punch the opposing player (which the player is encouraged to do), after which they can steal the ball. Sometimes, soda cans and candy wrappers are thrown onto the floor. If a ballhandler steps on thos (more...)
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United States
Published by: Activision, 1989 | Developed by: Free Fall Associates
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
While the board is similar to a chess board and the various pieces are similarly designed to have various offsetting abilities, when one piece attempts to take another the removal of the targeted piece is not automatic. Instead, the two chess pieces are p (more...)
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United States
Published by: Taito, 1987 | Developed by: Taito
Genre: Arcade | Licensed
The player controls a small pad, known as the "vaus" space vessel, which prevents a ball from falling from the playing field, attempting to bounce it against a number of bricks. The ball striking a brick causes the brick to disappear. When all t (more...)
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Arkista's Ring
United States
Published by: American Sammy, 1990 | Developed by: American Sammy
Genre: Adventure | Licensed
Arkista's Ring is an extremely pleasant action/adventure... More game featuring cute enemies, soothing music and an elf girl as the main character. The 125 stages are chock-full of weapon power-ups and other useful items, and each mission is very stra (more...)
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United States
Published by: Jaleco, 1990 | Developed by: Aicom
Genre: Action | Licensed
Astyanax is a side-scrolling platform game. The controls are fairly simple: the A Button makes Astyanax jump, the B Button will attack with an axe called Bash, and a combination of up and attack will perform a special magic attack. The game also contains (more...)
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