BlueSky Software

The Amazing Spider-Man: Web of Fire

The Amazing Spider-Man: Web of Fire

Sega 32X - Released - 1996

The game features side-scrolling action in which Spider-Man has to take on various enemy types which want to kill him. Besides the usual range of melee kicks and punches, he also sticks to walls and uses special attacks based on his web fluid. Creating spider web "vines" are used to swing from building to building; either required to cross gaps or simply to progress faster in the levels. Every use of his fluid decreases a web bar which, just like health, is refilled by picking up items floating in the game world. The first goal of the game is to rescue the superhero Daredevil, who then...

Ariel the Little Mermaid

Ariel the Little Mermaid

Sega Genesis - Released - December 14, 1992

King Triton and his daughter Ariel battle the dangers of the deep to save the kingdom. As Triton, you must rescue Ariel and break Ursula's curse. As Ariel, the little mermaid, you must battle bewitched sea creatures and defeat Ursula to save Triton and the kidnapped merpeople. Dodge angry sharks, sword-wielding skeletons, and falling boulders. Battle the Molten Lava monster and slimy, stinging eels. And if you dare, brave the snake-infested locks of The Medusa. Navigate through undersea mazes, avoiding traps. Pals Sebastian and Flounder rush to the rescue in tight spots. Open sunken treasure...

Ariel the Little Mermaid

Ariel the Little Mermaid

Sega Master System - Released - 1996

Help either Ariel, the gleeful little mermaid, or Triton, her father, foil the evil Ursula, who has transformed everyone into small, green worm-like creatures, including the character you don't initially choose. Rescuing requires you to simply swim into the unfortunate little victims as they hang about at fixed places in the watery world; while fending off and dodging enemies like eels, clams, sharks, and several other sea meanies. Friends like Flounder and Sebastian can also be summoned for a little helping hand.

Ariel: The Little Mermaid

Ariel: The Little Mermaid

Sega Game Gear - Released - December 14, 1992

Disney's Ariel: The Little Mermaid is an Action game, developed by Blue Sky Software and published by Sega, which was released in 1992.

Desert Demolition: Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Desert Demolition: Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1994

Play either the Road Runner OR Wile E. Coyote in this unique side-scroller that is just like an interactive Saturday morning cartoon. Your goal: run through six different desert environments before time expires, collecting ACME stamps. As the Road Runner, speed is your ally as you do incredible jumps, burn though loop-de-loops, and avoid all of the Coyote's contraptions and ambushes. The Road Runner can also scare an unsuspecting Coyote with his Beep-Beep attack. As the Coyote, you use Acme's crazy gadgets to catch the Road Runner, constantly attempting to master their power without...

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Sega Master System - Released - 1990

Calling Dick Tracy! Calling Dick Tracy! The mob's got the city by the throat! The next move's yours. You've got to grapple with the meanest guys around and break this crime ring before it breaks you! You've got pistols, machine guns, dynamite fists, and the law. The mob's got Molotov cocktails, a trainload of nitro and bad intentions. Shoot it out with the likes of Lips Mantis, Flattop, The Brow, and Pruneface. Hong onto the side of a speeding car in frenzied street gunbattles. Blast'em in alleys, railyards, and warehouses. Hit the right targets on the gun range and get more time to...

Joe Montana Football

Joe Montana Football

Sega Master System - Released - 1990

It's a snap! This is your chance to rub shoulder pads with Joe Montana, the man who led the "Team of the Eighties" to four Super Bowl Championships. You provide all the fourth quarter heroics, play-calling brilliance, and pinpoint passing as you hit the field against any of 28 pro teams. Call all your own plays! Each team has a playbook with 17 offensive and six defensive options. Pick the play that you think will work best, or take the advice of Joe Montana himself, as he recommends the play he would call in each situation. You control the action on the field by switching to the key player...

Joe Montana II: Sports Talk Football

Joe Montana II: Sports Talk Football

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1991

Joe's back - now with simultaneous non-stop play-by-play announcing. Control the action on the field and listen to the running commentary from the broadcast booth. It's a whole new game of sound and sight! The field zooms to a dazzling 6X close-up when the players cross the scrimmage line. You see every slamming interception, flying tackle and smash through the defensive wall! Up close and personal! Team up with another guy - you're the quarterback, he's the wide receiver. Call your strategy with over 50 plays in rain/snow, on grass/artificial field. Wide view shows all your receivers at once.

Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park

Sega Genesis - Released - August 10, 1993

Plunge into a heart-wrenching race for survival! On a tropical island, a violent hurricane rips through the dinosaur preserve, trapping the tourists and freeing the most terrifying animals in prehistory! Two bigger-than-life ways to play: Be a dinosaur! As a Raptor, rampage across the island battling other beasts and eluding the traps and weapons of your human enemies. As Grant, the paleontologist, arm yourself with tranquilizer guns, and sleeping-gas grenades. Dodge the slashing jaws of the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the paralyzing spit of the Dilophosaurs! 16 mammoth megs of nerve-shredding...

Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition

Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1994

Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition is the sequel to the first Jurassic Park game on Genesis and mostly looks and plays like the predecessor. It is also a side-scroller. In this game you play as Dr. Grant. The big difference with the first game is that there are more enemies to defeat. In addition to the dinosaurs you have to defeat many InGen agents. The reason is that they are trying to recapture dinosaur DNA and eggs to build a new park or an army of dinosaurs.

Motor Psycho

Motor Psycho

Atari 7800 - Released - 1990

You finished it at last! And now you are going crazy waiting to test your sleek, hot, fast customized bike. It absorbs your every waking moment, you dream about it every night. It has become an obsession. And you know just the place to try it out. The annual MotorPsycho Competition (for deranged, psychopathic, and other unusual biker types) is this weekend! Its obstacle-laden course is legendary among motorcycle maniacs. Of course, nobody in their right mind would attempt this course. The die-hard spectators remind you that fan is short for fanatic. They've staked out their favorite...

NFL '95

NFL '95

Sega Game Gear - November 15, 1994

This is an official NFL-licensed football game for the Game Gear. It has several features that were pretty new for that time: An announcer comments on the events on the field, the viewpoint changes as you play the game, multiplayer action, and the roster includes 1500 players that were taken from the up-to-date 1994 NFL team roster with all 28 teams. You're not only in control of the quarterback - you can also be the receiver.

NFL Football

NFL Football

Atari Lynx - Released - 1992

The championship is on the line! Do you run or pass? Go for the first down or hope for a score? Time's running out on you, quarterback--and the defense could have something up its sleeve...

NFL Sports Talk Football '93 Starring Joe Montana

NFL Sports Talk Football '93 Starring Joe Montana

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1992

An entry in Sega's early football series, Sports Talk '93 weighs in at an impressive (for the time) 12 megs. Play any of the 28 teams in Exhibition, League Play, Play-offs, or the Super Bowl. Multiple field views and Sports Talk 2.0 ("over two times more commentary") are the main features that set it apart from other football games. Two players can compete or cooperate against the computer. Also, a coaching mode is including, which allows the players to pick the plays for the computer to run.

Ninja Gaiden

Ninja Gaiden

Atari Lynx - Released - 1991

Now the adventure and thrill of this fast-paced, action-packed coin-op hit is placed in your hands! Kick, punch, and master the special Ninjutsu techniques as you battle your way through four of the nastiest neighborhoods known to man.

Ninja Golf

Ninja Golf

Atari 7800 - Released - 1989

For ten years you've trained to be a Ninja. And now your Master tells you that it's time to take the final, most difficult test and become a Master Ninja. You must complete the game of death. You must play nine holes of... Ninja Golf? You knew your Master was a bit weird, but nothing prepared you for this! You must attempt to sneak in a birdie between karate kicks while you battle Ninja opponents. Par for this course means leaving the green littered with fallen foes. You gain points for both your golf game and defeating attacking Ninja. You can also earn points for finding treasures and...

The Ren & Stimpy Show Presents: Stimpy's Invention

The Ren & Stimpy Show Presents: Stimpy's Invention

Sega Genesis - Released - 1993

Stimpy has invented a wondrous, diabolic machine... The Mutate-O-Matic! Unfortunately it explodes, and having pieces of a Mutate-O-Matic lying about is not a good thing. So Ren and Stimpy embark on an adventure that spans Mr. Horses refrigerator, to the pound, and even... The Great Outdoors! References from the cartoon are frequent coupled with lots of side scrolling action. Players can alternate from controlling Ren to Stimpy and visa versa. There ability vary greatly, even though they tend to use each other for their moves (i.e. Stimpy uses Ren as boomerang and Ren uses Stimpy as a...

Risk

Risk

Sony Playstation - May 31, 1998

Aspects of the classic game, like building armies and seizing territories, are brought to life through animation and graphics. The version also offers a variation on the classic game, titled Ultimate Risk, which further enhances gameplay by including weather, terrain, POWs, and more, features not possible with the limitations of the board version. These features add a new dynamic to the already challenging game by forcing users to consider alternate strategies from the original board game version. Five maps are available for strategizing, including the classic world map with six continents...

Scrapyard Dog

Scrapyard Dog

Atari 7800 - Released - January 1, 1990

Louie, the junkyard guy, was just settling down to his regular Sunday afternoon lunch: a foot long head-cheese sandwich with tons of mustard, six garlic pickles, a two-pound bag of potato chips and a diet soft drink. (The diet soft drink was because Louie was watching his weight -- nobody likes a fat junkyard guy.) The phone rang and Louie picked it up, even though his mouth was full. He listened a few moments, and then sprayed crumbs of bread and head cheese all over the office. A dastardly dognapper gang kidnapped his best pal Scraps, the infamous Scrapyard Dog! If Louie doesn't hand over...

Shadowrun

Shadowrun

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

The year is 2058. Following an event known as the Awakening, magic has returned into the world. Native American shamans and elves reclaimed a vast area known as Salish-Shidhe, located around the free city of Seattle. A small team of shadowrunners - mercenaries working for powerful corporations - is brutally attacked in the wilderness. The massacre is captured in video and broadcast in the news. One of the slain shadowrunners, Michael, had a brother named Joshua. Arriving in Seattle, Joshua begins to investigate his brother's death. He must find out who killed Michael, and what was the nature...

Starflight

Starflight

Sega Genesis - Released - October 7, 1991

A long time ago, a great empire comprised of Humans, Velox, Thrynn and Elowan ruled the stars. The Empire's currency was an energy source called Endurium. But something happened and this empire is no more. Furthermore, the small colony world named Arth has forgotten this heritage and technology. A thousand years have since passed and the people of Arth have rediscovered archaeological evidence of their empire. Using these discoveries, they create spaceships and form the Interstel corporation to govern the fleet. It's time to take the first steps back into space... but could it be the same...

Superman

Sony Playstation - Unreleased

In 1999, Superman: The New Adventures was released on the Nintendo 64 by Titus Software, a now-defunct French based studio. Superman 64 was met with alot of negative attention and reception, for being buggy, frustrating, having bad controls and having bad graphics and textures. The game did sell very well. However, another studio called BlueSky Software, was working on a PS1 port of the N64 game. It was going to be a downright port of the N64 version. However, since the PS1 couldn't handle the free-roaming Metropolis city, BlueSky had to re-create the game from scratch. It was going to be...

TechnoClash

TechnoClash

Sega Genesis - Released - August 1, 1993

Long ago, magic was used in everyday life, the world lived in harmony where wizards lived happily among themselves. A mysterious portal appeared in the sky where machines started emerging, causing havoc upon the magical world. Ronaan is a wizard who embarks on a journey after a magical staff is stolen from his homeland. The war between the machines and magic have only just begun, It's up to Ronaan, Farrg and Chaz to prevent the destruction of their world as they travel through Las Vegas, a junkyard, a desert and the heart of the Machine Empire.

Vectorman

Vectorman

Sega Genesis - Released - October 24, 1995

In 2049, the human population of Earth embarks on a migratory voyage to try to colonize other planets. They leave mechanical "orbots" to clean up the mess they made on Earth through littering and pollution. Raster, a high-level orbot who watches Earth through a planetwide computer network, is accidentally attached to a working nuclear missile by a lesser orbot and goes insane, becoming an evil dictator named Warhead. He declares himself ruler of Earth, and begins preparing to execute any humans who dare return to their planet. Enter Vectorman, a humble robot in charge of cleaning up toxic...

Vectorman 2

Vectorman 2

Sega Genesis - Released - November 15, 1996

After saving Earth from Warhead in the previous game, Vectorman's sludge barge is targeted and destroyed by a missile. Vectorman escapes, parachuting down to the planet to battle with the Earth's multitudinous enemy; mutant insects. Now it is up to Vectorman to fight through the mutant bugs and find the most fearsome source infestation; the evil Black Widow Queen.

World Series Baseball

World Series Baseball

Sega Genesis - Released - January 4, 1994

World Series Baseball is the first game in the long-running series. With all 28 teams included, it features the 6 division alignment (introduced shortly before its release), and has all 700 players of the league. The game includes a play-by-play feature and the Home Run Derby. Players are able to play a 162-game season and keep full statistics for every player, thanks to a battery backup. The game also allows players to use the first-person perspective view from the batter's box.

World Series Baseball

World Series Baseball

Apple II - 1982

Sega Sports' World Series Baseball, or simply World Series Baseball, is a sports game developed by BlueSky Software and published by Sega for the Genesis/Mega Drive and Game Gear. It is the first game in the series and was originally released in 1994. A version for the Sega 32X, World Series Baseball starring Deion Sanders, would follow in 1995.

World Series Baseball 98

World Series Baseball 98

Sega Genesis - Released - 1997

World Series Baseball 98 is the fourth Genesis game in the baseball series. This entry has the rosters and stats of the 1997 MLB season (including interleague play) as well as updated statistics for the 1996 season featured in the previous game. Once again all 28 teams are featured. The game types are identical to before: Exhibition, League, Playoffs, Batting Practice, Homerun Derby, and Classic Homerun Derby, along with All-Star games. Trading can be enabled or disabled. The gameplay and visuals are identical to the previous game. A new feature is that statistics are tracked through 27...

World Series Baseball Starring Deion Sanders

World Series Baseball Starring Deion Sanders

Sega 32X - Released - February 1, 1996

World Series Baseball Starring Deion Sanders is an entry in the World Series Baseball video game franchise featuring a full MLBPA license, which allows it to have all 28 teams and 700 real-life players. There are three main game modes: Exhibition, Full season, and Playoff. Exhibition is useful for a quick game between any two teams of the player's choice. Full season allows the player to lead a team through an entire Major League Baseball season. Finally, the Playoff mode focuses on the games leading up to the World Series. Also included are two different home run derby modes, and a full...

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