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The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

Sega Genesis - Released - September 1, 1993

OF MOOSE AND MEN! Those Pottsylvanian super-spies and all-around no-goodniks, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale have stolen the fabled treasures collected by the legendary Rocky and Bullwinkle. Now our intrepid heroes have to travel the globe to get them hack! Thrill as Bullwinkle J. Moose locks horns with danger, and head-butts falling boulders and enraged rams on the creaky cliffs of Mt. Whynchutaka Peak! Gasp as Rocket J. Squirrel tosses exploding acorns at bloodthirsty hats and an axe-happy executioner in a haunted Chamber of Horrors! And you can count on Boris and Natasha to make...

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1993

Those Pottsylvanian super spies, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale have stolen the fabled treasures collected by Rocky and Bullwinkle. Now our intrepid heroes have to travel the globe to get them back! Bullwinkle locks horns with danger as he headbutts falling boulders and enraged rams. Rocky dodges enemies by soaring sky-high in daring flying squirrel style! Leave it to Boris and Natasha to make life impossible for the plucky moose and squirrel! Deadly traps and terrible pitfalls have been set along the way by those diabolical fiends! Help guide Rocky and Bullwinkle past whirling buzz saws,...

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1992

Moose on the Loose or Squirrely Heroes! An all-new episode in Bullwinkle's life when he finds out he's the Lost Earl of Moosechester! He and his pal, Rocket J. Squirrel must get from Frostbite Falls, Minnesota to the Abombinable Manor in England in order for him to collect his inheritence. Problem is, those two no-Goodniks, Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale are after the same fortune. As Bullwinkle, you'll lock antlers with all sorts of dastardly enemies while avoiding Boris and Natasha's bombastic attacks. Or, as Rocky the Flying Squirrel, you'll soar into action against villains armed...

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 24, 1992

Can no one stop these Vicious Veggies? Tomato oppression threatens the world! Dr. Gangrene is out to conquer the planet with his army of Killer Tomatoes. Who is mankind's last hope? Chad Finletter, the all-American Boy. Join Chad on his mission to paste the tomatoes and thwart the Doctor's evil schemes to launch the Doomsday Tomato. He is ready to smash the stem-heads in the sewers and slice 'em up in the streets of San Zucchini. Luckily, Chad has friends who help him along - Wilbur, his uncle, Tara, the tomato half-breed, and Fuzzy Tomato, Tara's cuddly sidekick. And he'll need their...

Barbie

Barbie

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1991

Barbie has a big day tomorrow, so she needs to get a good nights rest. She has strange dreams about all her planned activities. She must traverse five levels made up of a total of thirteen stages to make it through the night. Barbie travels through various location in the mall, at the beach and in the soda shop trying to make it from the left side of each level to the right. Each level is populated with animals and with living objects of the sort you would find in that location. She can jump with the A button and throw crystals with the B button. The longer you hold the button down, the...

Barbie

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Barbie has a big day tomorrow, so she needs to get a good nights rest. She has strange dreams about all her planned activities. She must traverse five levels made up of a total of thirteen stages to make it through the night. Barbie travels through various location in the mall, at the beach and in the soda shop trying to make it from the left side of each level to the right. Each level is populated with animals and with living objects of the sort you would find in that location. She can jump with the A button and throw crystals with the B button. The longer you hold the button down, the...

Barbie: Game Girl

Barbie: Game Girl

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1992

Take Off on a Magical Shopping Spree Adventure! BARBIE is the World's Most Glamorous Doll. And now you can join BARBIE on a magical quest full of fun, fantasy and excitement - a totally awesome shopping spree through the sensational, sky-high Dream Mall! Your adventure will take you through 7 of the coolest shops ever, searching for the fantastic fashions and accessories BARBIE needs for her dream date with KEN: - The Atrium - Toy City - The Soda Shoppe - Mermaid World - Mermaid World, Too - Music Mania - The Fashion Boutique Each shop is more challenging than the last and...

Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly

Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1991

School's out and Bart's ready for some summer fun in the sun! Until he got the news - Homer and Marge were sending him and Lisa off to summer camp. Not just any camp, but the infamous Camp Deadly! How bad could it be? Well, with Ironfist Burns as head counselor and Nelson and his band of bullies as bunkmates, it's not exactly paradise. Bart and Lisa are determined to get out - but first they've got to survive outrageous food fights, killer bees and a life-threatening game of capture the flag. Help Bart and Lisa escape, at least in time for school!

Battletech: Gray Death Legion

Battletech: Gray Death Legion

Sega CD - Unreleased - January 1, 1994

The Gray Death Legion is a mercenary regiment within the Battletech universe. This game demo does not have audio, but is very playable and a blast at that! The game plays very similar to the excellent AH-3 Thunderstrike. Battletech: Gray Death Legion makes use of the Sega CD's scaling and rotation hardware to create an impressive 3D environment with a smooth frame rate. Features a very long 3D animated Battletech intro that is also very impressive.

A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia

A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1990

In this unique Platform/Puzzle game you take control of a boy who has to help a blob getting to his home planet. It isn't a conventional platformer, as the boy cannot jump or attack enemies. Instead, the Blob can be fed with different kinds of jellybeans, which will transform him into various objects. He can be used as a ladder, a bridge or a trampoline, turned into an umbrella to slow down the boy's fall or shield him from falling objects, into a bubble to let the boy swim and breathe underwater, a blow torch to burn certain obstacles or even a bird which enables him to follow the boy...

Commando

Commando

Atari 2600 - Released - 1988

Super Joe is armed with a sub-machine gun (which has unlimited ammunition) as well as a limited supply of hand grenades. While Joe can fire his gun in any of the eight directions that he faces, his grenades can only be thrown vertically towards the top of the screen, irrespective of the direction Joe is facing. Unlike his SMG bullets, grenades can be thrown to clear obstacles, and explosions from well placed grenades can kill several enemies at once.

Crossbow

Crossbow

Atari 7800 - Released - 1988

Over scorching deserts, through dark icy caverns, around a fiery volcano, and under the leafy cover of a steamy jungle, you set out with three brave friends to retrieve the treasures stolen by the Evil Master. Your goal is his castle far, far, away. Your friends are lightly armed, but you carry your trusty crossbow. By shooting its swift arrows, you can save yourself and your companions from the dangerous attacks of the Evil Master's creatures -- scorpions, ants, pterodactyls, voracious plants, bats, snakes, and other horrible beings. When you reach the castle, the Evil Master's expert...

David Crane's Amazing Tennis

Arcade - Released - 1992

A tennis game featuring both an exhibition and a tournament mode. In the head to head exhibition mode, the player can choose their opponent (with the higher ranked opponents being better than the lower ranked ones). The tournament mode allows for 16 different players to compete to become the champion. Both of these modes can be played on either grass, hard, or a clay court. The player can also choose whether to be either a left or right handed tennis player. During the game, whoever is serving the ball will be closer to the screen. Players will be able to use topspin, execute drop shots,...

David Crane's Amazing Tennis

David Crane's Amazing Tennis

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992

Trade in your racquet for a game controller. The category of sports home video games has just taken a quantum leap forward into a new dimension of realism - David Crane's Amazing Tennis! Developed by David Crane, an industry pioneer and one of the best-selling game designers of all time, Amazing Tennis redefines the term "state of the art." Every aspect of play has been re-created to ensure a precision feel and accuracy other tennis video games can't match. Amazing Tennis utilizes 22 different planes of depth and motion-picture-quality animation to provide a revolutionary gaming experience -...

David Crane's The Rescue of Princess Blobette Starring A Boy and his Blob

David Crane's The Rescue of Princess Blobette Starring A Boy and his Blob

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 9, 1990

Blob is Back! That's right, the jelly bean-loving Blob and his faithful Earth-boy companion are back in a brand-new adventure! This time out, the duo's exploits take them to the Royal Castle of Blobolonia, Blob's home planet, as they attempt to free the lovely-and imprisoned-Princess Blobette from the clutches of the treacherous Antagonistic Alchemist. Join our heroes as they encounter secret rooms, clever traps, and dangerous obstacles in the labyrinthine depths of the castle. But all is not lost-these two share a very special secret: With each flavor of jelly bean the boy feeds Blob,...

Destination Earthstar

Destination Earthstar

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1990

The view of the game is from the cockpit of a spacecraft. The goal of the game is to explore a grid which is displayed on screen in search of opponents to destroy and to land on planets some of which refuel the energy and refill ammo to the player's arsenal of weapons which consist of his photon laser. This is his primary weapon while the torpedoes become his second weapon. After the player has destroyed every enemy that is on the grid, a number will be indicated. This number represents how many enemies are in that quadrant of the grid. After blasting numerous enemies, the player will finally...

Family Dog

Family Dog

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1993

A CANINE COMIC ADVENTURE!Take a wild look at American life through the eyes of the Family Dog. Dodge the mischievous antics of the prankster son as he teaches the little pup new tricks. "Play Dead" has a whole new meaning as the youth bombards pooch with tennis balls and chases after him with a high powered vacuum cleaner. Just when the hound thinks it's safe - it's off to Obedience school. Here he is surrounded by overly enthusiastic instructors and their very hungry Doberman pinschers. His goal is to escape the compound and make it back to his "loving" family. Dash across the heavily...

Family Feud

Family Feud

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1993

Get ready to participate in the wildest feud since the Hatfields and McCoys. Over 4,000 new survey questions taken right from the hit television show. Play alone or with up to nine friends. You battle family against family in guessing the top survey responses from people across the country. This all new version for the Super Nintendo features the Fast-Money Bull's-Eye Round from the newest television format, brilliant graphics and authentic theme music and sound effects. Don't just keep up with the Joneses, beat the pants off 'em, with this all-new FAMILY FEUD.

Family Feud

Family Feud

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - January 1, 1994

This game is based on the television game show, Family Feud. The game supports both single player and multiplayer. Contestants choose the best answers based on the questions asked by the virtual game show host. The game features families that are in full motion video and the host ask questions in a digitized voice. Besides having the regular rounds, the game also has the Bullseye Round and the Fast Money Round. There are 5 levels of computer intelligence to play against.

Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue

Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1992

In Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue, the player controls a fireman driving a firetruck. Both the fireman and the firetruck bear the familiar style of the popular Fisher-Price toy line. The object of the game is to rescue pets from trees and people from houses in the immediate neighborhood. There are 2 parts to this task: the first part involves navigating the maze-like streets from an overhead perspective in order to find the troubled residence. Once the house is reached, the second part of the job is to maneuver the firetruck's ladder underneath the person or animal in need of rescue, from a...

Flight of the Intruder

Flight of the Intruder

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1991

The player configures each plane's loadout for your mission, plans the mission package, then fly your missions. The player's task is to configure the planes and to plan and execute each mission, commanding multiple sections of each plane.

Garry Kitchen's Battletank

Garry Kitchen's Battletank

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1990

Climb in and discover the earthshaking power of BATTLETANK, the only NES tank game that puts you inside the tank! First you'll receive your mission orders; then plan your attack using the Satellite Radar Map. There's no easy route - you'll have to travel through deserts, mountains and snow fields. At every turn, you're challenged by bloodthirsty enemy defenses, including tanks, copters, machine gun fire and mines. Use 150mm shells, 50 caliber machine guns, smoke bombs and wire-guided missiles to defend yourself and complete your orders. Launch full-scale attacks on heavily-defended enemy...

Garry Kitchen's Super Battletank: War in the Gulf

Garry Kitchen's Super Battletank: War in the Gulf

Sega Genesis - Released - December 1, 1992

Brace yourself for one of the most realistic, authentic military gameplay experiences ever! In Super Battletank: War In The Gulf, you are an Allied Forces tank commander, in charge of the awesome M1A1 battletank, armored warfare champion of Operation Desert Storm. At your disposal is all of the state-of-the-art weaponry that gives the M1A1 its fearsome reputation: Smoke grenades. Night vision. 7.62mm machine guns. 120mm armor-piercing shells controlled by a laser range-finder. Add to that power a first-person out-of-tank view, searing sound effects, and spectacular graphics, and...

Ghostbusters II

Ghostbusters II

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1990

Ghostbusters II is a single-player side-scrolling game. Generally, the player controls a ghostbuster as he explores levels based on the film. The character's goal is to make his way to the museum before time runs out. Two levels involve riding around in the heroes' famous car. In another level the player controls the Statue of Liberty, shooting fireballs. The ghostbuster character is armed with unlimited supplies of slime that can be shot out of a cannon and ghost traps.

Ghoul School

Ghoul School

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1992

One day Spike O'Hara, a senior from the academic institution of Cool School High found a glowing skull in the local cemetery, a finding that would prove to be a disaster. Spike brought the skull to his teacher and it is from here that our ghostly tale unfolds...The skull ended up being a beacon, a homing device for all the spirits and monsters from the realm of the dead. These ghouls from a land downunder have sort of captured your dream girl Samantha Pompom, the beautiful head cheerleader of the school. She's being held somewhere in the school and you've got to find her. (Everyone before you...

Heavy Shreddin'

Heavy Shreddin'

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1990

Part skiing, part skateboarding, part surfing...it's snowboarding, the radical winter sport that's taking the country by storm! Speed down the slopes at up to 50 mph on a single board -- without poles! The HEAVY SHREDDIN' Video Game puts you there. To survive your runs and ride the half-pipe, you'll need to master stunts like mule-kicks, hand-plants, mid-air 360s and rocket-tweaking toe grabs. But keep your eyes on where you're headed, because there are obstacles out there, ready to rip you up. So come on all you shredders, get on board! "The realism of HEAVY SHREDDIN' is uncanny.......

Home Alone

Home Alone

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1991

Save the neighborhood from Harry and Marv! Kevin's been left home alone, and the two sneaky crooks are prowling his street. Who's in danger now? Kevin - or the bullying housebreakers? Race from house to house on Kevin's sled, keeping your eyes peeled for the villains. Dodge stumps and slick ice 'cuz time's running out. Arm yourself with a BB gun and all the home-made weapons you can find and assemble. Keep the robbers running before they can loot the goods! 5 different houses to save. Set and launch a variety of attacks and ambushes to snare the thieves. Assemble household items to make and...

Home Alone

Home Alone

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1991

The riches of the McCallister home are under siege again from the Wet Bandit Gang! Young Kevin has to defend his family's treasures against his old foes, Marv and Harry. But this time the bumbling crooks brought some tough friends to even the score! Their recent stretch behind the bars has given them plenty of ideas to exact revenge on our little hero. Join Kevin as he races through the McCallister mansion and sets off wild booby traps to ensnare the villains. Discover the hidden treasures and secure them in the basement vault. But be careful! Some nasty nightmares await Kevin in the dusty,...

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1992

Guess who's all alone again... only this time in the biggest metropolis of them all - New York City! Help Kevin McCallister in his newest comedy adventure! Marv and Harry bring reinforcements this time to nab the kid that sent them to jail. As Kevin, you'll collect assorted toys and items to blast your opponents right out of action and into early retirement! This time it seems a whole city is out for Kevin. Voracious vacuum cleaners and mean house detectives chase him through a posh hotel. Watch out for nasty gang members in Central Park and beware of holes in the floor of his uncle's...

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Certain changes made the game more interesting in an interactive game than in a static movie, such as use of different weapons and power-ups for protection, level layouts with enemies not seen in the movie, and for the Uncle's House level, usage of hidden keys and locked doors gained only after luring Marv or Harry into specific traps laid out in the various rooms (aka the first two Home Alone movies), as well as an active scene involving the Bird Woman and her birdseed attacks.

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992

Guess who's all alone again... only this time in the biggest metropolis of them all - New York City! Help Kevin McCallister in his newest comedy adventure! Marv and Harry bring reinforcements this time to nab the kid that sent them to jail. As Kevin, you'll collect assorted toys and items to blast your opponents right out of action and into early retirement! This time it seems a whole city is out for Kevin. Voracious vacuum cleaners and mean house detectives chase him through a posh hotel. Watch out for nasty gang members in Central Park and beware of holes in the floor of his uncle's...

Ikari Warriors

Ikari Warriors

Atari 7800 - Released - 1990

You are a member of those elite combat specialists, the Ikari Warriors. Your buddy and you are on a special mission behind enemy lines, and you've been sleeping, eating, and breathing jungle combat for the last two weeks. You're tired, but that never affects your razor-sharp judgment and your will to survive. Your main weapons are machine guns, grenades, and your own cunning in the face of danger. Sometimes you'll have a tank at your disposal, which comes in handy when enemy fire is particularly brutal. You move swiftly through the jungle, wading through rivers and resting from...

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

There is a fine art to watching Jeopardy!®, as any know-it-all could tell you. It used to mean shouting at the television (in question form) or turning to anyone within earshot, nodding and calmly saying "I knew that..." GameTek changes all that by giving Jeopardy! fans everywhere an opportunity to really buzz in. Alex Trebek hosts this all-new video game version of television's longest-running game show. Featuring the digitized television studio, theme music, voice and photography of Alex himself, this Jeopardy! takes full advantage of the graphic and sound capabilities of the Super Nintendo...

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1994

Listen up sports fans! Here's your chance to prove that armchair athletes have the most fun. If you're a sports trivia buff, or you just love the challenge of a good contest, then this edition of Jeopardy! is just for you. Delve into past and current trivia in Baseball, Basketball, Football and Hockey or explore categories like Bowl Games, Boxing, Coaches, College Standouts, Equipment, Golf Greats, Horse Racing, Olympic Events, Pitchers, Players, Rookies and Rules. The Sports Edition of Jeopardy! is a whole new ball game! With over 3,500 questions in sports-related categories, Jeopardy! Sports...

Jeopardy!: Deluxe Edition

Jeopardy!: Deluxe Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1994

So you think you're good enough to be on Jeopardy!? Well, here's your chance. GameTek's new Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition featuring Alex Trebek puts you on stage, against computer-generated opponents or up to two friends. Choose a category and an amount, and if you can ring in fast enough with the right answer, you're on your way to becoming the new Jeopardy! champion! Features include digitized photography of the TV studio, contestants, and Alex Trebek himself, as well as Alex's digitized voice and that oh-so-familiar theme music. Over 3,500 questions and answers from TV's longest-running game...

Kung-Fu Master

Kung-Fu Master

Atari 7800 - Released - June 1, 1989

The gorgeous Princess Victoria is imprisoned in the Evil Wizard's Temple. As Kung-Fu Master, you must free her. Unfortunately, the Temple's five tortuous levels are seething with menacing foes. Smash your way through one level and start the next with a renewed energy meter and timer. Once you free your Princess, it's back to the beginning where your foes return faster and nastier.

Mouse Trap Hotel

Mouse Trap Hotel

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1992

It's no vacation! Join Maxie Mouse as he races from the basement to the posh penthouse of the Mousetrap Hotel! You'll get a "mouse-eye" view of the action as you travel through this hectic hotel maze. Danger lurks behind every door and on every floor! Beware of vicious vacuum cleaners, barbed bedsprings, stomping feet and all kinds of snap happy mousetraps! Along the way, stop for cheese and cookie treats! They'll give you the extra strength you need to defeat dozens of hotel horrors! Make it to the penthouse and step inside...WOW! It's worth the trip!

Pete Rose Baseball

Pete Rose Baseball

Atari 2600 - Released - 1988

From the crack of the bat, make split-second decisions as you choose which fielder makes the play. Throw popular Major League pitches - fast balls, curves, change-ups, screwballs and sinkers. (Spitballs?) Head-to-head action with your friends or against the computer. Complete TV-like coverage, with six camera angles you're always right there where the action is. Play to a packed stadium complete with cheering crowd and organist.

Phantom Air Mission

Phantom Air Mission

Nintendo Game Boy - May 1, 1992

Scramble into the cockpit of the only combat jet fighter game on Game Boy! The Navy F-14 Tomcat, a hero of the Persian Gulf War, soars to new heights in this first-person aerial assault simulator. * Fully instrumented control panels! * HUD for enemy targeting; radar and landing displays for smooth navigation! * Complete 360 rotation! * Wing-mounted 50mm cannons; AIM-54 air-to-air missiles; ECM system to confuse oncoming warheads! * Dynamic aircraft carrier takeoff and landing; in-flight refueling!

Race America

Race America

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Race America is a 2-car cross-country racing game. Either 2 players can compete on the same screen, or the computer can control the second player. The game provides eight colorful opponents to race against, each of whom is supposed to have distinct advantages in a race. Each race begins from a side-scrolling perspective as the 2 competitors speed out of the gate. After a certain distance, the perspective shifts to third person and the driver in the lead occupies the top half of the screen while the driver in second is relegated to half of the lower screen. Occasionally, the game also employs...

Race Drivin'

Race Drivin'

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992

Here it is... the amazing conversion of the smash arcade sensation brings screaming-fast car racing to your home! Pound the pedal and grind those gears, down the straights and around wicked hairpin turns. Whip through hairy S-curves, gut-flipping loop-the-loops and crazy corkscrews! With three cars to choose from, multiple music tracks and cool sound effects, Race Drivin' brings arcade-style auto speed competition right to you!

RDF: Global Conflict

RDF: Global Conflict

Sega CD - Released - November 1, 1994

RDF (Rapid Deployment Force) is a first-person 3D tank shooter with the player going up against a plethora of enemies including other tanks, missile launchers, helicopters among many others. The player can use either their 120mm cannon or their laser-guided missiles in a variety of locations that including the Eastern European countryside to the Alaskan Tundra. The story is told through FMV clips

The Ren & Stimpy Show: Buckeroo$!

The Ren & Stimpy Show: Buckeroo$!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1995

Oh, hi kids! I'm so excited about my new invention - the Gametron 5000 Moneymaker. It pays you money for playing video games - the more you play, the more you make. The first game is... let's see... Robin Hoek of Logwood Forest, where Robin robs from the rich, gives to the poor, and rescues the bea-u-ti-ful Maid Moron from atop yon castle... The next game is Out West, where Three-Fingered Hoek and his faithful sidesaddle, Stimpy the Kid (that's me!) make their way through a dangerous frontier town to find Mr. Horse and... uh... borrow him. And that's not it - heavens, no! The final...

The Ren & Stimpy Show: Space Cadet Adventures

The Ren & Stimpy Show: Space Cadet Adventures

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1992

All Systems Go! Activate your viewscreen and prepare to blast off for adventure in the amazing year 400 billion with Commander Ren Hoek and his faithful companion, Cadet Stimpy. Explore vast alien worlds with our heroes as they roam the endless, uncharted regions of space, struggling to defeat intergalactic evil. Is there intelligent life in the universe? No, you eediot! Only Ren Hoek and Cadet Stimpy, two space cadets who'll boldly take you where no higher mammal has gone before. The question is, will you know how to get back? Warning: Repeated exposure to Space Cadet Adventures may...

River Raid II

River Raid II

Atari 2600 - Released - July 28, 1988

River Raid II continues the fast-paced shooting action of the 1982 original while adding new features such as varying altitude (the original only featured left and right movement), flying over oceans and firing torpedoes. Now instead of shooting enemy helicopters and planes, you'll also get to bomb destroyers, tanks, buildings, landing strips and water towers in your mission to destroy the enemy bridge.

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Juggernauts

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Juggernauts

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 1, 1992

Bart Simpson here, on my way to the Springfield Arena to do battle with the Juggernauts, my all-time TV heroes. It isn't going to be easy. There's nobody tougher than the Juggernauts (except maybe yours truly), but I'll be fighting 'em out on my own turf: Krustyland Amusement Park, Moe's Tavern, and the Nuclear Power Plant, just to name a few. No one knows this, but I've got a whole new set of cool manoeuvres AND a new technological edge - I can CHEAT! I'm psyched. I'm ready to rock and roll. On to victory, Man! Your pal, Bart Simpson.

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1991

Hello, fellow humans! Barthlomew J. Simpson here, with a very important secret: SPACE MUTANTS ARE INVADING SPRINGFIELD! That's right, man! A buncha slimy, horrible, totally gross and putrid monsters are taking over the bodies of the people who live here and they wanna build a weapon that's gonna take over the entire planet! Pretty cool, huh? Anyway, yours truly is the only one who can see 'em 'cause of my X-ray glasses - so it's up to me to stop 'em! I've gotta spraypaint things, get radical on my skateboard, use my trusty slingshot, and in general behave like a nuisance, man. Plus, with evil...

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1991

An important message from Bart Simpson: Yo! When I heard I'd won the Krusty the Clown art contest, I said, "Forget it, man. This is Bart Simpson you're talking to, and Bart Simpson never won anything in his life." But Krusty said it, so there's no way to deny it. My family and I get to go on this really cool worldwide Treasure Hunt - to China, Egypt, the North Pole and Hollywood. And I need your help if I want to reach my final destination: a guest appearance on the Itchy and Scratchy Show. Here's the deal: I have to collect Krusty faces and Krusty products. The faces are worth bonuses and...

The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man

The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

LISTEN UP, CRIME FIGHTERS! The greatest comic book hero of all time, Radioactive Man, has been kidnapped...and it's up to yours truly to save the R-Man. I'll put all my awesome super-powers to the best when I battle the slimy Swamp Hag, the evil Dr. Crab and the bad-tempered Lava Man. Once I wipe these villains out and restore Radioactive Man's powers, we'll take on the brains behind this ugly scheme, Brain-O The Magnificent. So quit reading and buy this game OR ELSE. That's an order from Bartman, man!!! -THIS LOOKS LIKE A JOB...FOR BARTMAN! -WILL A BLAST OF COLD BREATH PUT THE...

Star Trek Generations: Beyond the Nexus

Star Trek Generations: Beyond the Nexus

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1994

Beyond the Nexus is based on the seventh Star Trek movie and its story: Captains Kirk and Picard must team up to stop a mad scientist from destroying an inhabited planet so that he might reenter the mysterious Nexus energy ribbon. The game has several different playing modes. The first is starship combat: seen from the main screen of the Enterprise (both the -B or the -D version) you navigate the ship through space, firing phasers or photon torpedoes at enemies like Tholians, Klingons and Romulans. Another mode has you navigating the ship to its destination by flying through rectangles in...

Stealth ATF

Stealth ATF

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1989

Stealth ATF is a flight simulator in which you pilot a F-117A, a.k.a. Nighthawk in several missions. In every mission's beginning and ending the player has to take off and land the plane respectively, from a side view. Failing to land after completing the target objectives means failing to succeed in mission and thus having to replay it. The view during the flight is from inside the cockpit, and the gameplay offers total freedom of movement on flight. The terrain is infinite, and the enemies will re-appear on the radar every time they fly out of range. The player flies in different...

Super Battletank

Super Battletank

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 1, 1994

Brace yourself for one of the most realistic, authentic military gameplaying experiences ever! In Super Batteltank: War in the Gulf, you are an Allied Forces tank commander in charge of the awesome M1A1 battletank, armored warfare champion of Operation Desert Storm. At your disposal is all of the state-of-the-art weaponry that gives the M1A1 its fearsome reputation. Smoke grenades, 7.62mm machine guns, 120mm armor-piercing shells controlled by a laser range-finder. Add to that power a first-person out-of-tank view, blistering sound effects, and spectacular graphics, and you'll feel you're...

Super Jeopardy!

Super Jeopardy!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1991

Super Jeopardy! is based on the popular Jeopardy! TV game show. In this digital incarnation, 4 players compete at answering reverse trivia questions in trademark Jeopardy! fashion-- i.e., the host provides the answer and a player has to provide the questions. As many of 4 human players can participate, with the remaining slots filled by the computer. Competition takes place in quarter-final, semi-final, and final round modes.

Super Scrabble

Super Scrabble

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 1, 1991

With all that Super Scrabble has to offer, even the most traditional Scrabble player will smile with delight. Watch the computer scan its 40,000+ word dictionary! ZOOM to any part of the game board for a close-up view. Think your opponent's trying to pull a fast one? CHALLENGE the word! Stuck trying to use your letters? Use the DUMP option to replace them! 5 skill levels and 4 different playing options make every game a mind-bending challenge!

Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1992

Swamp Thing is based on the DC Comics of the same name. Deep in the swamps of Louisiana, a Dr. Holland, is hard at work on a growth formula for plants. His sponsor however has different ideas for the technology and burns down the lab. The poor doctor is burned and covered with formula and inside of the organically rich Bayou swamps... he becomes Swamp Thing. The game is a side-scrolling platform game. Swamp thing can punch (but not duck and punch) and jump a short distance. Health powerups will be needed to keep him alive and additionally ball powerups can be found to give him a projectile...

Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 8, 1992

Part Man. Part Monster. Defender of the Earth! Dr. Alec Holland, once a brilliant bio-chemist, has been transformed into the gigantic creature known as Swamp Thing. His bio-restorative formula saved him from the explosion that leveled his bayou research lab. Only now, his arch enemy - Dr. Anton Arcane - wants to capture him to unlock the secrets of the Green Guardian. Join Swamp Thing on his mission to stop the powerful forces of Arcane from conquering the world! Dodge mechanical beasts and deadly traps as you make your way to the hidden lairs of the Un-Men! Battle these genetically...

Toys: Let the Toy Wars Begin!

Toys: Let the Toy Wars Begin!

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1993

Toy-Nominate The Enemy! Something is very wrong at the Zevo Toy Factory. It used to be a happy place, where people loved to make innocent little toys for kids of all ages. But times have changed. Now the evil General Zevo's in charge, and he's manufacturing an army of deadly military weapons disguised as toys that threaten to destroy everything Zevo Toys stands for! Doesn't anyone have the courage to stop this power-hungry madman? Leslie Zevo does. He's the General's wacky nephew and he's got a trick or two up his sleeve. Armed with hundreds of Good Toys and novelty items that can hold...

Turn and Burn: No-Fly Zone

Turn and Burn: No-Fly Zone

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Take off from your carrier and get ready for 16 MEG supersonic action with TURN AND BURN: NO-FLY ZONE! Strapped into the cockpit of the Navy's sleek and lethal F-14 Tomcat jet fighter, you'll fly blue water operations against a hilly-rotational Mode 7 horizon and search the heavens for your prey with an impressive array of avionic technology! Unparalleled 16-bit sound barrier-blasting dogfights make for a senses-shattering combat simulation that will blow you away! You've never experienced air-to-air battles like these before - unless you've flown the real thing! Daring nighttime carrier...

Turn and Burn: The F-14 Dogfight Simulator

Turn and Burn: The F-14 Dogfight Simulator

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 1, 1992

In Turn and Burn, Phantom Air Mission in Europe: the F-14 Dogfight Simulator the player mans a F-14 combat fighter and has to solve various missions, e.g. destroying an enemy base or destroying all enemy aircraft in the area. However, despite the name this is more an action game than a simulation. So the player flies through the area and uses the weapon systems - cannons, missiles and ECM (electronic countermeasure to deflect enemy missiles) - to kill opposing forces. The game is played from a first-person view and the cockpit offers information like a radar and the fuel, which has to refilled...

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