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Bomberman B-Daman

Bomberman B-Daman

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 20, 1996

This game features puzzles that must be solved by shooting marbles. Bomberman can hold a marble in his stomach and can only fire one shot during the round. The player must angle it and time it correctly to detonate all of the bombs on screen. There are 10 levels and each have 10 stages. Before each round, a preview will display the stage to show the player what to expect. If the player fails a stage twice then they will advance to the next stage. There are also modes to let the player edit the colors of the Bomber characters and even create their own stage...

Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure

Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 1, 1994

Bonk's Big Adventure is the third instalment in the side-scrolling platformer series. As in previous games, the player assumes the role of a caveman named Bonk who headbutts his way through various enemies in order to defeat King Drool. Familiar moves include swinging on trees, bouncing off walls, breaking blocks and climbing walls with his teeth. Compared to the previous games, he walks and moves a little faster. Bonk has the new ability to pick up red and blue candy power-ups that make him grow or shrink and grab a flower copter. As always, there is plenty of platforming and enemies to...

GB Genjin Land: Viva! Chikkun Oukoku

GB Genjin Land: Viva! Chikkun Oukoku

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 22, 1994

GB Genjin Land: Viva! Chikkun Kingdom. is an action video game that was released by Hudson Soft for Game Boy on April 22, 1994 exclusively in Japan. It is a unique entry in Bonk series as it consists of multiple mini-games rather than being a standard side-scrolling platformer.

J.League Super Soccer '95: Jikkyou Stadium

J.League Super Soccer '95: Jikkyou Stadium

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 17, 1995

The sequel to J-League Super Soccer (Virtual Soccer on Western editions), and like that game contains the real teams of Division 1 of the J-League. Rather than UK developer Probe Entertainment, who developed the original, Hudson employed A.I Co. to create the game. The game was followed with J-League '96 Dream Stadium the following year. J-League Super Soccer '95 offered multiple vantage points for the game, either a top-down view or a slanted view that was closer to the ground, and also had separate chants for each of the fourteen teams that occupied the J-League during the 1995 season.

Jantei Monogatari

Jantei Monogatari

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 9, 1990

A daughter of the chair of a local high school, Yū Honjō, has been kidnapped by someone unknown. Unable to go to the police, the girl's sister, Mai, hires a private investigator to find out what happened to her. The only piece of evidence is a photograph from the night of Yū's disappearance, where the missing girl and three other students from the same school are playing a game of mahjong. Jantei Monogatari is a hybrid of a traditional-style Japanese adventure game and a regular mahjong game. The player takes the role of the unnamed private investigator, and moves from place to place via...

Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchuu Tantei Diban Shutsudou Hen

Jantei Monogatari 2: Uchuu Tantei Diban Shutsudou Hen

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 28, 1992

Uchū Tantei Divan is a follow-up to Jantei Monogatari, though it can be hardly considered a true sequel because of its entirely new setting and themes. Set in a sci-fi environment, the game casts the player in the role of Divan, a young man who possesses the ability to transform into a powerful supernatural being, and is entrusted by military authorities to protect Earth against an alien demonic attack. This can be done only by defeating the evil minions in mahjong games. Though featuring elements of a Japanese-style adventure game (verb commands that must be selected from a menu to trigger...

Megami Paradise

Megami Paradise

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 30, 1994

In a magical country where only women dwell, young girls study in a magic school to become powerful and benevolent goddesses. One day, four magical orbs fell into the hands of a student named Rin-Rin. The clumsy girl managed to lose all of them, without understanding what this could lead to: nobody knows what will happen if the orbs fall into wrong hands - those of the dark goddesses! Aided by a little fairy named Pop, Rin-Rin has to gather the legendary goddesses and to find a way to retrieve the orbs. Megami Tengoku is based on an anime of the same name (translated as Megami Paradise). It...

Quiz Marugoto the World

Quiz Marugoto the World

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - April 5, 1991

Quiz Marugoto the World is a simple simulation of a TV trivia game. TV hosts ask questions on various topics (the questions are spoken, not displayed in text), and the correct answer must be chosen among several available ones within a time limit. The game show has three modes: "World Quiz Trip", championship, and cup. The first is essentially a single-player mode; the championship allows players to compete against each other, with topics randomly chosen; the cup works like any comparable sports event, including elimination rounds.

Uchuu no Kishi: Tekkaman Blade

Uchuu no Kishi: Tekkaman Blade

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 30, 1993

An action game based on the anime of the same name, which was a 1990s relaunch of the original 1970s Tekkaman anime. It features a sword-wielding mech fighting to emancipate the Earth from the bug-like alien race known as Radam, who use the Tekkamen (transformed human captives) as their footsoldiers. The game is a traditional side-scrolling shoot 'em up for the most part, with the player controlling Tekkaman Blade as he cuts a swath through the alien forces. When encountering a boss in the SNES version, often a humanoid enemy Tekkaman of relative size to Tekkaman Blade, the game switches to...

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