Tengen

720°

720°

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1989

Hop on and hang ten as you crash around corners, swerve on sidewalks, and leap over the locals of Skate City, a skateboarder's fantasy world where virtually every surface is skateable. Flip and twist around the street fighters, Frisbee throwers, hard bodies, and killer bees that jam city streets. Polish your skills and take your act to the skate parks where you'll vie for medals and cash in downhill, jump, ramp, and slalom competition. Shoot the tubes, "catch air" as you fly off ramps -- master all of the moves, including the dangerous 720°. You'll need every edge as you try to become champion...

Awesome Possum... Kicks Dr. Machino's Butt

Awesome Possum... Kicks Dr. Machino's Butt

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1993

In just a few years, mankind has succeeded in destroying the environment and endangering all living species. Under the guidance of the evil Dr. Machino, robotic machines were built to turn the Earth into a soulless place without live nature. There is only one hero who can save the living beings of the planet - you, a little possum. Fight Dr. Machino's robots and liberate the Earth! This is an action platformer very similar in gameplay style to Sonic games. The possum can jump and run very quickly, as well as spin to hurt the enemies and breeze through the levels. Various robotic creatures...

BadLands

BadLands

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1990

Badlands continued the Super Sprint lineage, but moved the game into a futuristic post-apocalyptic setting. The races consist of 3 souped-up cars toughing it out over 4 laps on one of the 8 tracks, which are viewed from above. Two human players can take part, but only the winner continues without using up credits, so you will only see the early races in two-player mode. You are armed with guns, which can be used to slow opposing cars. During the races spanners can be collected, which are then cashed in for upgraded turbos, improved weaponry and engine upgrades. Hazards on the later tracks...

Dragon's Revenge

Dragon's Revenge

Sega Genesis - Released - December 10, 1993

Dragon's Revenge is a sequel to Dragon's Fury (Devil's Crush). The table for this fantasy pinball game is three screens tall with medieval and dragon graphics. Each of the three screens has a pair of flippers at the bottom and the table elements are all animated and numerous monsters roam the screen. The object is to hit wandering monsters and certain groups of creatures to open up the gateway to a sub-level. The single screen sub levels offer multi-ball play and are the key to scoring high.

Gauntlet

Gauntlet

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1987

In a land known as Rendar, Morak, a hooded devil-like creature, has stolen the Sacred Orb that protected the lands. He hid this along with other treasures he stole in the Gauntlet which is protected by his evil creatures. Of the four heroes from the original Gauntlet only two were able to enter the portal and go after the Sacred Orb.

Gauntlet III: The Final Quest

Gauntlet III: The Final Quest

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Gauntlet III is an action-based dungeon exploration game. Like in the predecessors you empty areas infested by all kinds of enemies while running for the exit. Like this was rather a straight forward thing in the first two games, it's not that easy to finish a level anymore. While you only had to run until you find the exit (and besides killing hordes of enemies you probably find some keys to unlock doors leading to deeper dungeons) you might have to solve a few "quests" to proceed to the next level in this installment. These "quests" are very basic, for example you have to find object A, then...

Hard Drivin'

Hard Drivin'

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

Sure, driving a real high performance car can be quite a blast. But where can you go to do vertical loops, high-speed races and high flying jumps? In Hard Drivin', that's where! Hard Drivin' is so real you'll feel like you're burning up the road in a high-powered car. Two tracks provide plenty of challenge - put the pedal to the metal on the Speed Track or get airborne on the radical Stunt Track! Jump a drawbridge! Do a 360 loop! The true 3D screen display will have you hanging on for dear life! If you lose it, you get to see an instant replay of your accident. Like the incredible arcade hit,...

Klax

Klax

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1992

KLAX - the latest, greatest hit in the arcades - is now available for play on the GameGear! This brainteaser of a game is simple in concept: Catch colored tiles that come down the conveyor belt. Rack up points by arranging them in same-colored stacks or rows. A tic-tac-tile test, if you will. Sounds easy? It is... until the tiles come tumbling at you so fast, you'll go nuts trying to catch them all - while figuring out where best to stack them before you run out of room! But no matter how tough KLAX gets, the hardest part is pulling yourself away from this fun, fast, and totally mind-boggling...

Klax

Klax

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 1, 1990

In Klax, you take control of a paddle at the end of a conveyer belt, while colored tiles flip toward you down the conveyer belt. You must collect and arrange the tiles into horizontal, vertical, or diagonal groups of three referred to as klaxes. To a clear a stage, you must meet certain goals, which can include obtaining a certain number of klaxes, creating a particular arrangement of tiles, or collecting a certain number of tiles on your paddle. See how many stages you can get through in Klax.

Klax

Klax

Microsoft MSX

An action/puzzle game, the object is to catch assorted color falling tiles and create rows, columns, or diagonals of a single color. Each level requires a different pattern to be made, and the tiles fall faster, more at a time, and in an increasing number of colors as the game progresses.(moby games)

Klax

Klax

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 14, 1990

Klax features a conveyor belt at the top of the screen. It constantly rolls toward the playing area, delivering a steady supply of blocks. The player controls a small device which sits at the interface between the conveyor belt and the playing area, and can be moved left and right to catch the blocks and either deposit them in the playing area or push them back up the conveyor belt. The device can hold up to five blocks. A block which is not caught and placed in the playing area or pushed back up the belt is considered a drop. The blocks are solid colours, but there is also a flashing block...

Klax

Klax

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 1, 1991

KLAX - It's simple in concept and easy to play. Catch the colored tiles with the paddle and flip them into bins to make same colored stacks, diagonals and rows of three. Sounds easy? It is. The hard part is pulling yourself away from this fun and addictive game!

Klax

SAM Coupé - Released - 1990

An action/puzzle game, the object is to catch assorted color falling tiles and create rows, columns, or diagonals of a single color. Each level requires a different pattern to be made, and the tiles fall faster, more at a time, and in an increasing number of colors as the game progresses.

KLAX

KLAX

Sega Genesis - Released - 1991

Namco produced the first port of Klax to the Sega Mega Drive in Japan. Though that version came first, Tengen decided not to bring it overseas, instead producing their own port. Namco's version of the game has competitive multiplayer. Tengen's version, instead, is more configurable. The object is to catch assorted color falling tiles and create rows, columns, or diagonals of a single color. Each level requires a different pattern to be made, and the tiles fall faster, more at a time, and in an increasing number of colors as the game progresses.

Magical Puzzle Popils

Magical Puzzle Popils

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1992

TO SAVE THIS PRINCESS, YOU'VE GOT TO USE YOUR HEAD...YOUR FIST AND YOUR FEET! Kidnapped by the sorcerer Popils, the beautiful princess cries out for your help. As she paces around, you've got to destroy the blocks by punching, kicking and head-butting them in just the right order - and with the right timing - to reach her. SPECIAL FEATURES : - 100 block puzzles ! - Battery Backup lets you resume play from where you left off, even if you've turned off the power! - Map Editor lets you create your own puzzles! - Send and receive puzzles to and from your friends with your Gear-to-Gear...

Marble Madness

Marble Madness

Sega Game Gear - Released - September 24, 1992

Marble Madness, one of the biggest hits ever in the arcade, now comes to GameGear. As addictive as ever, this version includes six increasingly difficult courses with a variety of traps to slow you down and a host of marble eating monsters.

Marble Madness

Marble Madness

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 1, 1991

The idea of this arcade game is deceptively simple: Guide a marble down a path without hitting any obstacles or straying off the course. The game is viewed from an isometric perspective, which makes it harder to stay focused on the direction the ball is to follow. There are tight corridors to follow and enemies to avoid. There is a 2-player mode in which players must race to the finish; otherwise you're racing against the clock.

Marble Madness

Marble Madness

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1991

The idea is deceptively simple: Guide a marble down a path without hitting any obstacles or straying off the course. The game is viewed from an isometric perspective, which makes it harder to stay focused on the direction the ball is to follow. There are tight corridors to follow and enemies to avoid. There is a 2-player mode in which players must race to the finish; otherwise you're racing against the clock. The rights to the game were passed across a multitude of developers and publishers. In 1991 Electronic Arts had publishing rights, and produced a copy of the game for the Mega Drive in...

Marble Madness

Marble Madness

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

The arcade sensation of the '80s comes to your SEGA MASTER SYSTEM! Have you got what it takes to guide a lone marble through six weird and wonderful courses packed with odd obstacles and insane indestructible inhabitants? Find out in Marble Madness!

Ms. Pac-Man

Ms. Pac-Man

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Ms. Pac-Man's here and totally liberated! Play by yourself or with 2 players, your friend as the original Pac-Man, and run round 36 unique, mind boggling mazes at easy, normal, hard or crazy speeds. Use the Pac Booster button to shake those pesky ghosts.

Ms. Pac-Man

Ms. Pac-Man

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1990

Ms. Pac-Man's here, and she's totally liberated! She gets to run around in 36 unique, mind-boggling mazes - some small enough to fit on one screen; some so big you'll have to scroll around; some that are mighty strange; and some that are straight out of the arcades! Even the fruits bounce around, making it that much tougher to get bonus points. Choose Easy, Normal, Hard or Crazy speeds! Whether you're a beginner or expert, Ms. Pac-Man will have you running ragged. There's even a Pac-Booster button to really let her shake those pesky ghosts. Play Ms. Pac-Man by yourself or take turns with a...

Off the Wall

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Unreleased

A prototype of the unreleased Off the Wall for the TurboGrafx-16.

Off the Wall

Sega Game Gear - Unreleased

Off the Wall is an arcade game released by Atari Games in 1991. It shares similar gameplay to Atari's classic, Breakout. Tengen developed a Sega Game Gear port, thought to be set for release around 1993. It was featured in some gaming magazines, as well as Summer CES 1993, but was quietly cancelled with no explanation. A prototype has since been found and dumped. No other home versions Off the Wall were ever released (a PC Engine version was planned before also being cancelled), though a similar (but unrelated) Atari 2600 game was released in 1989 by Atari Corporation.

Pac-Man

Pac-Man

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 2, 1984

Gobble, gobble, gulp! Who's munching Power Pellets? Who's zipping around the maze at top speed, chomping up ghosts and scoring big points? It's Pac-Man, the world's hungriest character! Devour a fruit treat and get a big bonus score. But if you're caught by the little haunters, you're ghostflakes! Use the warp tunnel for a quick escape. Now play this classic arcade mega-hit alone or with a friend for double the fun! Hours of ghost-chomping action!

Pacmania

Pacmania

Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1991

Ported to the Archimedes by Krisalis Software. Pac-Mania is a variation on the game Pac-Man. You need to guide Pac-Man around a maze and eat all of the dots on the board in order to proceed on to the next round. Numerous, multi-colored ghosts also roam the maze trying to stop you. If you eat one of the power pellets in the maze, the ghosts will temporarily turn blue and run from you. Pac-Man can earn bonus points by eating the ghosts when they are in this state. The maze is now shown in isometric perspective and is larger than screen which will scroll to follow the action. To help get out...

Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2

Nintendo Game Boy - April 1, 1992

No window is safe. No fence is too high. The paperboy is determined to deliver the paper to his subscribers... any way he can. Tossing papers left and right, riding in 3 directions, jumping anything that'll give air... this free-wheeling carrier visits more neighborhoods and houses, faces more targets and obstacles, and gets into more trouble than ever before!

Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1991

Look out! He's back, with an all new route. No window is safe. No fence is too high. The paperboy is determined to deliver the paper to his subscribers...any way he can. Tossing papers left and right, riding in 3 directions, jumping anything that'll give air...This free-wheeling carrier visits more neighborhoods and houses, faces more targets and obstacles, in more vivid colors than ever before. Plus, rad stuntriding and BMX tracks in bonus rounds. Choose to ride as either Paperboy or Papergirl, too!

Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

You're a paper boy. Get on your bicycle. Avoid obstacles on the road, such as dogs, cars, and basically everything you can imagine. Hell, some people shoot cannon balls at you! And you'd better be very sure to only throw papers at the right houses! (and at people, that's fun :)

Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - April 1, 1992

Rise and shine, bud! A great day's ahead, just waiting for you to become the neighborhood's terror of a paperboy. but it's a whole new job with double the fun and twice the excitement! That's right, you've now got houses on both sides of the street - which means even more customers' homes to deliver papers to and non subscribers' homes to damage. It also means you've got to watch out for lots more obstacles and meanies that are out to knock you off your bike! Wreak mischief across the town or do good deeds like saving the baby and stopping the burglar. At the end of the day, hone your skills...

Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1992

You're a paper boy. Get on your bicycle. Avoid obstacles on the road, such as dogs, cars, and basically everything you can imagine. Hell, some people shoot cannon balls at you! And you'd better be very sure to only throw papers at the right houses! (and at people, that's fun :)

PGA Tour Golf

PGA Tour Golf

Sega Game Gear - 1993

A hush comes over the crowd surrounding the 18th hole. After 27,032 yards, 71 holes, and four grueling rounds, a 23-foot birdie putt separates you and your first tournament victory. This is the big-time. PGA TOUR Golf puts all the excitement, fun, challenge and rewards of the real PGA TOUR right in your hands!

Pit-Fighter

Pit-Fighter

Nintendo Game Boy - June 1, 1992

The no. 1 arcade coin-op hit comes to your home computer system! Welcome to the meanest, toughest way of making a living! Enter the world of Pitfighting - fighting for money. You'll have to face thugs like The Executioner, Heavy Metal and Chain Man Eddie. Incredible graphics, digitized from real fighters, and amazing real-time sprite scaling, bring you the perfect conversion of Atari's no. 1 arcade hit. You'll never tire of this brutally addictive game!

R.B.I. Baseball 2

R.B.I. Baseball 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - December 22, 1987

R.B.I. Baseball first set the standard as the only baseball game for play on the NES to use real players and their stats. R.B.I. Baseball 2 raises the standard to a new level: You get all 26 pro teams, each with a roster of 24 real players. Every player comes with his actual 1989 stats. There's instant replay, as well as new and improved animation, graphics, music and sound effects to make the game come alive. As the manager, you get the designated-hitter rule, switch-hitting, and your own lineup of starters and subs. It's so great, it's approved by the Major League Baseball Players...

R.B.I. Baseball 3

R.B.I. Baseball 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - December 20, 1988

The best gets even better! In the beginning, there was R.B.I. Baseball, the first baseball game for play on NES to use real players and their stats. Then came R.B.I. Baseball 2, giving hundreds of thousands of new fans the experience of playing pro ball at an even more realistic level. Now, you're holding the best ever: R.B.i. Baseball 3! You get the latest 1990 stats of real players for all 26 teams, each with a roster of 24. What's more, you also get all the Division Champions from 1983 through 1989! The awesome animation, graphics, music and sound effects plus the real stats and...

R.B.I. Baseball 3

R.B.I. Baseball 3

Sega Genesis - Released - July 1, 1991

R.B.I. Baseball 3 took the popular baseball series a step further statistically, adding each Major League Baseball division winning team from 1983-1990, in addition to the 1989 All Star teams and all 26 1990 teams (with full 1989 statistics). Want to see how the 1986 Mets might have done against the 1987 Twins? Here's your chance. The game was licensed by the Major League Baseball Players' Association; thus, real Major League players and statistics are included, but the teams themselves are represented only by their home cities. Team names are not used. Also, retired players who were no...

R.B.I. Baseball 4

R.B.I. Baseball 4

Sega Genesis - Released - September 1, 1992

The best just keeps getting better! It wasn't easy to outdo RBI 3, but we did it with RBI 4! You get all the latest stats - and more... lots more! Incredibly realistic graphics, unique stadiums for every time, and whole new ways to play ball like Home Run Derby and Game Breakers! - All-new graphics and animation so awesome you'll feel like you're at the ballpark! - Every stadium is unique, with different fence distances, colors and indoor or outdoor fields. - Like a real manager, you select your lineup made up of real stars - and superstars. - Go for the fence against a pitching...

R.B.I. Baseball '93

R.B.I. Baseball '93

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1993

Continuing the R.B.I. series, the 1993 entry updates the rosters, adding two new teams (Colorado and Florida), bringing the total to 28 teams, and nearly 700 players. Instead of a generic stadium, all 28 teams have their own ballparks modeled after the real deal. On top of the regular team vs team mode, (in either a single game, best of 7, you vs the division, or you vs the entire league) you can spend time in a home run derby or fielding practice. Also includes rosters of every division champ from 1984 onwards for Game Breaker mode. Play is either player vs computer, as either the home or...

Rampart

Rampart

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1993

Rampart is a game combining strategy and artillery action. Build your castle from Tetris-style pieces, place your cannons, bombard the enemy, try to repair, do it all over again. The original arcade release has a single-player and a two-player mode; later revisions incorporate three-player gameplay.

Rampart

Rampart

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 17, 1999

Rampart is a game combining strategy and artillery action. Build your castle from Tetris-style pieces, place your cannons, bombard the enemy, try to repair, do it all over again. The original arcade release has a single-player and a two-player mode; later revisions incorporate three-player gameplay.

Rampart

Rampart

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1992

Rampart is a game combining strategy and artillery action. Build your castle from Tetris-style pieces, place your cannons, bombard the enemy, try to repair, do it all over again. The original arcade release has a single-player and a two-player mode; later revisions incorporate three-player gameplay.

Rampart

Rampart

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 29, 1991

In this Famicom version of the arcade hit, you are faced with 4 different scenarios (of increasing difficulty) and more depth than the original game. But the basic elements of Rampart are still there: first you build a castle from Tetris-esque pieces. Next you place a series of cannons and use them to bomb the enemy. Then you repair any damage the enemy inflicted on your fort, and do it all over again. When you reach a certain number of points, the scenario is cleared and you can pick another one.

Relief Pitcher

Relief Pitcher

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1994

"Welcome ladies and gentlemen. It's a great day for baseball!" And you'll hear that very statement along with dozens of others from the actual, digitized voice of Jack Buck, one of the most famous baseball announcers in history. Jack Buck's play-by-play is just one of many great features that makes Relief Pitcher one of the most realistic baseball games ever produced for the Super NES. Take the long walk in from the bullpen and toe the rubber in a tense, game-saving situation as the stopper, or take it right from the national anthem as the starter. And don't let the game title fool you -...

Road Riot 4WD

Road Riot 4WD

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992

The meanest road rally ever to hit the World Circuit is here! Road Riot brings all the fun and intensity of 4WD racing and added a few surprises along the way! Muscle your opponent's cars off the shoulder of the road. Do somersaults and spin-outs as you try to master each course. Let the missiles fly as you tell the other drivers, "Outta My Way!!" All of the excitement from the arcade version is now ready to drive you crazy as you set out to rule the racing world! One or Two Player modes take your auto skills to their limits! So buckle up for the driving challenge of a lifetime with Road...

Shinobi

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

Shinobi is about a ninja named Joe Musashi who has to stop a criminal organization called "Zeed" who are kidnapping the children of the Oboro clan. Through five missions, each with three or four stages, Musashi must make his way to Zeed's headquarters and free all the hostages before confronting the bosses at the final stage of each mission.

Skull & Crossbones

Skull & Crossbones

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

The player will fight as either Red Beard or One Eye through various pirate themed levels, like ships and forts, and even some non-pirate themed levels, battling ninjas, skeletons, and others in a quest to save a princess from an evil wizard. There's also a split screen mode for two players. The pirates will use several weapons to fight, such as pistols, swords, knifes and their bare fists. At each level, players will have to kill at least 15 enemies to move on and fight the level's boss. Each one of the six levels can be selected freely right from the start, differing only in difficulty...

Vindicators

Vindicators

Atari ST - 1988

The game begins by asking the player(s) to choose a difficulty level, not only making the enemies more difficult and the players weaker, but higher difficulties start the players in a later set of levels (called "galaxies") and with some powerups. The easiest difficulty level starts the player(s) in the first level with no bonuses. The player controls a tank with constantly draining fuel, and must navigate through multiple levels (14 stations in the arcade version) from bottom to top, encountering obstacles and enemies. Along the way, a player may find powerups including tank fuel, stars...

Xybots

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

Xybots is an unreleased arcade game port made by Tengen in 1990. Join Major Rock Hardy and Captain Ace Gunn in their battle for supremacy against an army of invading Xybots! With a split-screen for one or two players and a unique viewing area, you'll find Xybots a challenging strategic blast-'em-up! It's non-stop action all the way and working together in two-player mode is the ultimate fun. Each player controls one character and the split-screen gives each his own playing area. A map shows the section you're battling through and the positions of the patrolling Xybots. And to keep one step...

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