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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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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Battle Chess
United States
Published by: Data East, 1990 | Developed by: Interplay
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
Battle Chess is a computer game version of chess released for the 3DO, PC, Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, Amiga, Amiga CDTV, CD32, Atari ST, Apple Macintosh, Acorn Archimedes and Nintendo Entertainment System in which the chess pieces came to life and battled (more...)
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United States
Published by: Mindscape, 1990 | Developed by: Mindscape
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
The classic board game comes to life on NES. Everyone knows the rules of the game: place your ships on a grid while your opponent does the same; one by one, take shots at an area of the grid. If you sink all of your opponent's ships, you win! With 48 (more...)
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Chessmaster, The
United States
Published by: Hi-Tech Expressions, 1990 | Developed by: Software Toolworks
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
The Chessmaster is a game where the player has the chance to play against the CPU controlled Chessmaster at a standard game of chess. To play the game the player must pick up the chess pieces with there hand cursor and place it in the desired location, wi (more...)
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United States
Published by: Parker Brothers, 1991 | Developed by: Sculptured Software
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
Monopoly was a video game version of the board game of the same name, licenced and produced for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game played by the same rules as the standard board game, and allowed for single, or multiplayer games. When single play (more...)
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United States
Published by: Acclaim, 1988 | Developed by: Kawada, Co. Ltd
Genre: Board Game | Licensed | AKA: Reversi
Othello is a conversion of the board game. Each player tries to fill the game board with as many discs of his color as possible. On each turn the player places a disc on the board by selecting a location where the opponents discs will become trapped betwe (more...)
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United States
Published by: LJN, 1990 | Developed by: Software Creations Ltd.
Genre: Board Game | Licensed
In "Regular Game" mode, you can either play in teams, or against the CPU. If you play against the CPU, or if you play with only 2 people, then the game is played by completing a series of minigames, every point scored revealing a part of a pictu (more...)
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