Atari ST - Released
Game was based on board game created by Jay Moriarty, and inspired by the exploits of Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. It derives its title from the detective's residence at 221B Baker Street in London.
Apple IIGS - Released - 1988
4th & Inches is an action/strategy football game for one or two players. You control the action during the variety of plays that can be called, choose when to take timeouts, and select which players on your team will be on the field. There are two teams (the All-Pros and the Champs) and you can see each players statistics to determine how fast or strong he will be.
Atari 800 - 1986
Beach-Head II features the player pursuing the eponymous Dictator in several ways. There are four levels in the game. In the first level, called Attack, the player deploys soldiers along a path with walls to cover him from the dictator's gun. The objective is to destroy the gun. The second level involves rescuing the prisoners from deadly obstacles by clearing them with a gun. The third level's objective is to escape from the area by flying a helicopter with the prisoners out of the dictator's fortress. Finally the player and the dictator face off, on opposite cliffs, separated by water.
Atari 2600 - Released - January 1, 1989
This isn't kid stuff! It's the fastest, flyingest, most unforgiving trio of events any biker could ask for. Start with a Half Pipe that takes you so high you won't know whether you're coming or going. Then do a Quarter Pipe that makes doing dozens of tricks easy and crashing even easier. Then try the Ramp Jump. It's the jump that's just a bit wider than the Grand Canyon. If there's a more dangerous challenge open to daredevil BMX bikers, we have yet to test it. So, if you think you're good - really good - put your freewheeling skills on the line with BMX AirMaster!
Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1992
Race the built-in timer in FIVE variations of the classic hidden word game - anytime, anywhere. Play alone, against another human or against one of the eight computer opponents, and select the game you want - then GO! The computer automatically searches its 35,000+ word dictionary as you try to beat the 3-minute timer. There are five different games, including three NEW variations that let you choose your level of difficulty. Basic BOGGLE game: Form words by linking adjoining letters no the 4x4 grid. Then try a BIG BOGGLE game on the 5x5 letter grid. Categories: Search the grid to...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1994
Let's get ready to rumble! Eight of the most legendary middleweights: Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns, James Toney, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Jake LaMotta, Sugar Ray Robinson and Rocky Graziano collide in gigantic proportions. This decisive boxing simulation features a revolutionary perspective and knockout graphics! Every fighter uses his authentic style, seven power packed punches and three pulverizing super punches! Throw uppercuts, right or left crosses and devastating body blows! Bob and weave, clinch and block. Analyze end of round stats to enhance your...
Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1993
Boxing Legends of the Ring lets you take control of eight middleweight legends of boxing, Roberto Duran, Tommy "Hitman" Duran, Jake "Raging Bull" La Motta, Rocky Graziano, "Sugar" Ray Robinson, "Sugar" Ray Leonard, "Marveleous" Marvin Hagler and James Toney. You can either compete in an exhibition mode or play in career mode and become the greatest of all time. The set of punches in the game is pretty much standard, jab, hook, uppercut, even the ever popular but illegal low blow. Also, for each round and every knockdown you score on an opponent, you get a super punch, a straight shot to the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 2, 1992
Aliens disguised as sugary foods have captured the mayor of Pineville, and it's up to Captain Novolin to rescue him! Leaping maniac donuts and dodging ice cream blobs, Captain Novolin must save Mayor Gooden while managing his diabetes with a good diet, insulin, and exercise. It's an action-packed adventure that teaches you about diabetes management!
Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1992
In addition to play by the original rules, Clue has an additional mode that allows movement via "points." Each turn begins with nine points and every action the player takes costs points. The player can only do as many things as he has points. For example, moving from square to square costs one point, making a suggestion costs three points. Many players prefer this mode of play as it makes the game more balanced since each player gets the same number of "moves" each turn.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - May 13, 1992
Who killed Mr. Boddy? Was it Colonel Mustard, in the Kitchen, with the Lead Pipe? All the deductive fun of the classic mystery game comes to life with hundreds of animated vignettes, crisp graphics, bright colors, and refined sound effects and music of advanced 16-bit technology. Playing alone or with up to five human or computer opponents, you'll solve a new CLUE® mystery every time you play, as you choose one of five "ranks" and work up from Amateur to Detective. So enter Mr. Boddy's mansion and start collecting evidence from the animated vignettes that show Suspects skulking through...
Nintendo Entertainment System - June 1, 1992
The game starts out with the main protagonist, Davey, arriving at school. Then a bully (Lumpy) takes his pencil. Now all throughout class Davey is daydreaming of being in several different locations revolving around Medieval Times, the Wild West and Ancient Greece and each level contains at the end something Davey must collect that will always resemble the shapes of school items (e.g., a pencil, a ruler or a trophy).
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1995
Get revved up for 3-D dirt bike action in Dirt Trax FX. Wax the competition or crash and burn in the most realistic, moto-cross game of all time! Jump doubles, triples, whoops and tabletops! 22 grueling courses with surprises around every turn! Train on mud and ice in Training Mode! Play dirty as you dare in Tag Mode! It's 3-D moto-cross pumped to the max and Dirt Trax FX makes it dirt real!
Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1991
Drivers earn thousands of dollars by competing in hydroplane races, setting track records, rescuing stranded people, and collecting cash bonuses. With these winnings they can repair or upgrade various components of the hydroplane to improve racing performance and remain competitive in the increasingly-difficult races. Eliminator Boat Duel offers three difficulty levels: Easy, Normal, and Expert. Completing a race at a lower difficulty level advances the player to the next higher one. At each difficulty level, the player's hydroplane can be damaged from impact with animals, the opponent's...
Atari 2600 - 1990
In this post-apocalyptic driving/racing game you must travel to various towns delivering medicine, while on your way to a missile base which houses a rocket that can save the world. While driving through the 32 levels, you'll meet countless enemies who want to stop you from achieving your goal. Your car boasts many weapons to help you out, including dynamite, rockets, oil slicks, smoke screens, and machine guns. You can also upgrade your vehicle within the city shops. Upgrading your gas tank provides better mileage while upgrading your bumper protects you during collisions.
Nintendo Game Boy - June 1, 1992
High Stakes Gambling is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Sculptured Software and published by Electro Brain, which was released in 1992.
Nintendo Game Boy - May 1, 1992
The biggest name in golf brings you the most realistic and feature-backed golf simulation ever! Play on two of Jack Nicklaus' favorite courses or design an unlimited number of your own. One to four players can compete on beginner and expert levels. You control every detail of the action. The password feature even lets your take a break. If you're ready to play against the best, JACK NICKLAUS GOLF is your game!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992
The biggest name in golf brings you the most realistic and feature-backed golf simulation ever! Play eighteen holes on two of Jack Nicklaus' favorite courses or design an unlimited number of courses to play. One to four players can compete on beginner and expert levels, choosing between Skins Play and the very competitive Stroke Play. You control every detail of the action: read the break of the green for your approach shots; play a long iron out of the fairway bunkers; chip or putt it in from the fringe; practice your short game on the green - or just hit a bucket of balls out on the driving...
Apple IIGS - Released - 1989
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf is a golf-simulation video game developed by Sculptured Software, and published by Accolade in 1988.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - September 14, 1990
Jack Nicklaus Turbo Golf is a 3D golf simulation featuring an 18 Hole course created by Jack Nicklaus himself. Each of the 18 holes are from famous courses around the world and include number 8 at Pebble Beach, number 18 from Muirfield, number 12 from St. Andrews, number 12 from Augusta, number 10 at Riviera, and more. Gameplay is for one to four players and can be either stroke play or a skins game.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - November 24, 1989
Jack Nicklaus: Turbo Golf is a 3D golf simulation featuring an 18 Hole course created by Jack Nicklaus himself. Each of the 18 holes are from famous courses around the world and include number 8 at Pebble Beach, number 18 from Muirfield, number 12 from St. Andrews, number 12 from Augusta, number 10 at Riviera, and more. Gameplay is for one to four players and can be either stroke play or a skins game.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 15, 2001
Jeremy McGrath Supercross World is a racing video game released in 2001 by Acclaim Entertainment under their Acclaim Max Sports label. The game is endorsed by supercross star Jeremy McGrath and is the sequel to Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000.
Atari XEGS - Released - 1988
Released on Atari XE game cartridge in 1988, but originally created in 1984. A martial arts action game by Jordan Mechner, first released on the Apple II. The evil Akuma has destroyed the protagonist's homeland, killed many of his friends and kidnapped the princess Mariko. Fortunately, the hero is skilled in martial arts, so his inevitable quest to reach Akuma's palace and rescue Mariko has a chance of success. Karateka is viewed from the side and features a succession of increasingly difficult opponents. Three types of punches and kicks are available to both the player character and his...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1992
This video game takes places during a hypothetical apocalyptic battle between a dark, evil army and a light, good army. Even the king and queen of each respective kingdom is expected to contribute to combat duty; which was expected of kings in the Middle Ages but not of most queens. Even though this game is medieval in nature, it does not depict any culture of Medieval Europe against each other. Players can take either side and both kingdom's units are of equal strength to each other. The units in the game correspond to Western high fantasy (i.e., paladins instead of samurai). All...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased
This game was in the final stages before release. At this vital time Kevin Costner's movie, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was released. But Arcadia didn't have the funds to obtain licensing from both Nintendo and the movie, so they were forced to pull out. The game itself is an action RPG and it shows the life of all the Merry-Men.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1995
Tighten your laces and take the court for Looney Tunes B-Ball - the wacky, fast jammin' games of roundball where anything goes! - Choose from your favorite Looney Tunes characters and go two-on-two against the computer or your friends! - Play single games or enter the Looney Tunes tournament where you must win to advance to the next contest! - Set the Wacky Meter to the level of craziness you want - from 1, for no-nonsense street ball, all the way to 5, where the only rule is there are no rules! - Change the ball into a cream pie and show your opponent the new meaning of "in your...
Atari 800 - Released - 1986
In this game, the player assumed the role of a Los Angeles police officer fighting rioters. In each level, the player would move toward the top of the screen avoiding or shooting the rioters, who would either, lob grenades if at a distance, or beat your character to the pavement with clubs if in melee range. At the end of each level, a procession of gang members (usually with a single shirt color, marching in formation) would stream down from the top of the screen. After killing all of these gang members, a single gang member, the boss, would move randomly around the screen with a woman...
Atari XEGS - 1988
1988 Release of Mario Bros. for the Atari XE lineup. Cart was backwards compatible with XL and XE range. Mario Bros. features two plumbers, Mario and Luigi, having to investigate the sewers of New York after strange creatures have been appearing down there. The objective of the game is to defeat all of the enemies in each phase. The mechanics of Mario Bros. involve only running and jumping. Unlike future Mario games, players cannot jump on enemies and squash them, unless they were already turned on their back.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 14, 1990
It can save mankind, but beware... this machine has a mind of its own! Welcome to the all-terrain attack vehicle of the future. It's what you need in a world gone to the dogs! You can beat 'em into the ground, or blast 'em underground, or fight 'em alone!
Atari 7800 - Unreleased
Having been shown several years ago at classic gaming events, the Atari 7800 prototype Missing in Action has finally seen the light of day! AtariAge user Mitch recently acquired the only known prototype of this game to exist and has graciously shared the binary with the community so everyone may enjoy it. Missing in Action is based on the 1984 movie of the same name, featuring Chuck Norris as the protagonist. The game is a side-scrolling beat 'em up, taking place in Vietnam during the height of the Vietnam War. As Colonel James Braddock, a captured POW, your mission is to escape from an...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 1, 1999
The classic board game of property management, MONOPOLY, comes to the Game Boy Color. Choose from a wide array of tokens including the car, boot, thimble, and dog. When you get out on the board, your goal is to buy three properties of the same color. When another player lands on your property, he or she must pay you rent. Eventually, you will want to improve your property with houses and hotels so you can charge higher rents. The ultimate goal of the game is to drive all of the competition into bankruptcy. The Game Boy Color edition features all of the classic MONOPOLY gameplay and high...
Nintendo Game Boy - December 1, 1991
Rich Uncle Pennybags is your animated Master of Ceremonies as Depression-era Atlantic City comes to life - from the rolling lawns of Park Place to the lowly backyards of Baltic Avenue! Perform all the wheeling and dealing feats that have made the MONOPOLY game the most popular in the world.
Sega Genesis - September 1, 1992
Monopoly is a 1992 conversion of the classic Parker Brothers board game Monopoly by Sculptured Software. This conversion of the game features an animated board and movement, along with an interactive bartering system, auction system and property management. However, the conversion lacks the ability to set any of the common "house rules" used when playing the board game, a feature added in later recreations of the game.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992
Buy Park Place! Sell Marvin Gardens! Build Hotels! Collect Rents! Go to Jail! With advanced 16-bit technology, your in the middle of the wheeling and dealing action on an animated board that makes the classic real estate game come to life! Action-filled vignettes show the scene as you buy, sell build and collect from your opponents. The system handles all the accounting for fast action and quick deals. Play a random game or speed things up with a pre-set scenario. Whether you play alone or challenge human or computer players, your goal is to acquire the most wealth--and drive your opponents to...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 13, 1993
The #1 arcade hit is here: from Sub-Zero, Raiden and the rest of the Kombat Warriors to the grueling endurance and intense mirror matches! Execute bone-shattering combos and ferocious finishing moves! Defeat the half human dragon Goro, and destroy the shape-changing Shang Tsung to become the Supreme Mortal Kombat Warrior!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1995
Get ready for the fight of your life! 14 Selectable Fighters - including 8 new characters, 2 new bosses and 1 fighter hidden within the game! Watch out for this dude! 32 Megs - the most ever for a Mortal Kombat game! 12 new 3D rendered moving backgrounds to keep you jumping. Secret portals that allow you to smash up and down into different backgrounds for the ultimate bi-level battlefield! More fatalities, animalities and babalities! Intense, live-action, fully-digitized fight sequences for the most realistic action you've ever encountered!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1994
Nothing, NOTHING can prepare you -- ALL the fierce Kombatants of the #1 arcade smash gather for Mortal Kombat II, a battle to defeat the shape-shifting demon Shang Tsung and his ruthless master, Shao Kahn. Brutal special moves, Friendships, Babalities, hidden surprises, crushing combos, and outrageous finishing moves -- All yours to kommand. Let the Kombat Kontinue...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
The Multi-Purpose Arcade Combat Simulator (or M.A.C.S.), was a shooting simulator developed for the U.S. Army as a cheap way to train shooting skills. It was a bit of a mystery until a couple of years ago when the rifle and and carts became available through Ebay. The game did not have the ability to be played by a controller, a controller hooked up to port 2 is needed to access some parts of the program. The program rates how well you do in many aspects of shooting. There are a few known variants of the programs. For instance, the Moving Target Simulator keeps track of where you are aiming...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996
Takes the NBA Jam game and puts into an all new 3d engine with lifelike player movement. All the real basketball action is bundled with extreme moves. Zany sound fx, commentary and victory dances by the players. Basketball with altered gameplay. Features two players on each team with a huge number of special dunks and moves. There is an inclusion of a new extreme button for added excitement.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992
Choose your team from five of the top NCAA basketball conferences and lead it through the grueling tournament to a berth in the Final Four and a national championship! Or, challenge a friend to a head-to-head exhibition game. NCAA Basketball offers more than just a super realistic viewpoint on the action. Call the play, sub in your best players and give it your best shot! Hear the crowd go wild with every shot you hit. All the ecstasy of victory and agony of defeat unique to college hoops is here in NCAA Basketball.
Nintendo 64 - Released - February 26, 1998
Hit the ice with NHL Breakaway '98! All 26 NHL teams and over 600 players from the NHLPA. Variable player sizes, from hulking defensemen down to speedy wingers. Playbook based AI, so teams play their actual styles - forecheck, trap, dump and chase. Five gameplay modes: Exhibition, Season, Playoffs, Practice and Shoot-Out modes. Create players - assigned name actually appears on the player's jersey. Season wins provide bonus points which improve coaching, player development, injury therapies and more.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 2, 1993
This early SNES title is one of the first hockey titles to simulate 3 dimensions by using the SNES mode 7 SNES technology. It contains all 26 NHL teams at the time with varying strengths and weaknesses. It doesn't have the players association license, but all of the player numbers and abilities were true to their real-life counterparts. You can take your favorite team from the regular season all the way through the titular Stanley Cup. It even has a menu option in the North American version to change the between English and French languages.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1987
Ninja Mission is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up game consisting of a succession of fights, in which you (surprisingly) play a ninja whose job it is to go through the playfield and kill everyone in your path. You are also equipped with a dagger and a shuriken which you can hurl at your enemies. You must also collect "idols" which are left lying around, which will reinvigorate you, as well as grant you further points. Once you collect all of the idols, you have won the game.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1987
A turn-based war game set in World War II that simulates a what-if battle between General Patton and Field Marshal Rommel for control of Normandy, hence the name. As the war is fought you get points, and the objective, of course is to gather as much points as possible (positive points if you're Allied, negative if you're Axis). Although it's strategical simulation is rather simplistic, taking a more entertaining approach, it has many features, available options and a lot of feedback from the computer (including tips from the computerized Patton's and Rommel's). The game had a feature...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994
Travel back to the Far-Flung reaches of Last Week! as Ren & Stimpy team up for a time travel through their Backyard, the Big City, a Haunted House, an Unfriendly Zoo, and the entire Untamed World. Navigate the time machine through dangerous time phenomena and fire portal mazes. Use hardy watermelon bows, beaver saws, and even mystic canoes to stop Muddy Mudskipper from ruining history. Get Ren and Stimpy back to the present and make some big bucks on the side!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 6, 1994
Embark on an incredible mission, but beware! Join Dr. Rex Ronan as he shrinks to perform high-tech laser surgery on Jake Westboro - who suffers from long-term tobacco use. Use Rex’s laser scalpel to vaporize tar, plaque, phlegm, and pre-cancerous cells. Stop a heart attack and remove nicotine addiction before it’s too late! Defend Rex against Microbots implanted to thwart his mission. using the laser scalpel and martial arts moves. Follow the path of smoke and nicotine. Discover the harmful effects of tobacco use. make headlines with Rex and save Jake‘s life!
Sega Genesis - April 2, 1994
Players attempt to capture territories from other players by rolling higher die numbers. The game is won when one player has managed to occupy every territory.
Nintendo Entertainment System - December 10, 1992
England is in turmoil! While King Richard the Lion-Hearted is off fighting the Crusades in Jerusalem, the relentlessly greedy Sheriff of Nottingham rises to power by running roughshod over the poor folk of Britain. Now you are Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, the only man with enough cunning, agility and courage to combat the Sheriff and his evil witch, Mortianna. First, you must battle cutthroat guards and escape the Saracen dungeon where you, your friend, Peter Dubois, and your new companion, the mysterious, but loyal, Azeem, are held prisoners of the Crusades. Back in England, you'll explore...
Sega Genesis - Released - 1991
The game features 26 teams to use, an exhibition mode and a regular season mode. The game had the ability to "save" your career progress by giving you a password that you could enter at the menu screen, when you wanted to continue the season.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1992
FEEL THE HEAT! Three-time Cy Young Award winner Roger "The Rocket" Clemens brings home the best in Super NES baseball action: - Realistic over-the-shoulder fielding - Full-season league play - Close up plays at the base - Player-controlled leading and stealing - Instant replay for the great plays - Strategy tips from the rocket himself The Rocket's on the mound... and you're up!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1991
Join one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball history for Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball. While the game does not come with the license of Major League Baseball or the MLBPA, there are still 26 similar teams with rosters resembling those of their actual MLB counterparts, including 1991 statistics. Though player names could not be used, the fictional ones make it apparent who each player represents. For instance, you can strike out one of Oakland's Bash brothers (M. Bash or J. Bash) with Texas' R. Nolan or hit a home run with Detroit's C. Fieldman off of Chicago's M. Gaddox. The gameplay...
Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1992
Roger Clemens' MVP Baseball is a Sports game, developed by Sculptured Software and published by LJN Ltd., which was released in 1992.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1995
SeaQuest DSV, the future's largest, most powerful submarine, is at your command! Pilot through pirate-infested waters and take on a variety of challenges. To succeed, you must take control of all of seaQuest's futuristic navigational and weapon systems. Explore the depths, answer distress calls, and conduct WHISKER scans to locate various mission sites. There you'll choose from the Hyper-Reality Probe, Darwin the dolphin, or four different launch vehicles to complete your missions. Conduct dangerous rescues, recover sunken treasure, and most of all, keep the peace in a troubled underwater...
Sega Genesis - January 1, 1993
Bart's Nightmare is an action game based on the TV cartoon show The Simpsons. The player navigates Bart through the side-scrolling overworld, collecting pages of his homework while avoiding various enemies modeled after characters from the show. For example, his sister Lisa would occasionally turn him into a frog, Principal Skinner may force him to wear a Sunday school uniform (slowing his movement), etc. Bart can repel enemies by blowing a bubble gum at them.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 26, 1993
I can hear you saying: "Bart Simpson lost his homework? Suuure. What's his lame excuse this time?" Hey, I swear, I fell asleep! What a nightmare. Eight levels, each one scarier than the last, with villains like Homer Kong, Momthra, and Barney Gumble riding a pink elephant. I have to collect a page on each level, before I wake up and blow the whole assignment. You're my only hope, man.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1988
Slam-Dunk is a two on two basketball game. Play against the computer or against another player. The game is divided into 4 quarters of three minutes each. The team with the highest score at the end of the final quarter wins. An overtime session can occur if the game ends in a tie. The game provides a practice session. Here you can learn the moves and plays needed to beat your opponent. You control one of your players on your team. Your teammate will be controlled by the computer, based on your movements of the controllable player. On offense, you control the man with the ball. On...
MS-DOS - Released - 1996
It's the ultimate pick-up game. Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Lola Bunny vs. a mean team of outlandish alien Monstars! This is intergalactic hoops according to the Big Slam Theory! Extraterrestrial dunks! Anti-gravitational alley-oops! Stellar gameplay! And a bunch of mini-games overstuffed with wacky cartoon mayhem. Earth just wasn't big enough. SPACE JAM
Sega Saturn - Released - November 26, 1996
Based on the movie of the same name, Space Jam centres around an invasion of Looney Tunes land by tiny aliens. The fate of the Tunes is to be decided by a basketball game, and for this the aliens turn into the huge, evil Monstars. The game is about two thirds basketball sim and then minigames are stuck in to fill all the gaps. You can play as the Monstars or the Looney Tunes who have the help of Michael Jordan. The basketball games themselves come in two flavours, two-on-two and three-on-three.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 10, 1996
Legendary athlete Michael Jordan lends his talents to a basketball team comprised of Looney Tunes characters in Space Jam for PlayStation. Based on the 1996 movie, Space Jam is closely modeled after the NBA Jam series of arcade-style hoops action. As a member of the TuneSquad, your goal is to defeat the hulking, bruising Monstars in either two-on-two or three-on-three play from a side-view perspective. Fill your roster with such stars as Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, and Yosemite Sam, each individually rated in speed, shooting, and rebounds. In between quarters, you...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 13, 1992
The Empire Must Be Stopped. Trust Your Instincts. Use The Force. Battle vicious Wampas and destroy the Imperial probe droid. Defend the Rebel base against an onslaught of Stormtroopers and armored transports. Take command of a wild Tauntaun, an armored Snowspeeder, and an X-Wing fighter... your intergalactic transportation for the trip to Hoth and points beyond. From there, it's a treacherous journey to meet with the Jedi Master himself, Yoda, who instructs you on the ways of the Force. With your special Force powers, you will be ready for the ultimate challenge: rescue Princess Leia and...
Commodore 64 - December 17, 1986
Surf the streets and pick up the Colts bottles. Snatch a drink when a friendly driver offers you the chance and watch out for the chickens crossing the road (Find out WHY f you get the time). Keep on moving at all costs, because not all cars on this road are driven by Good Guys. Hang around too long and chances are you'll get spread out a little! At intervals down road you'll find the bottle banks. Lob In the empties for higher scores and a healthy glow . The more you recycle the longer you'll be able to stay out on the road, listen to the music, bump the cars, jump the oil slicks and...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1992
Join Luke, Han and Chewbacca in their fierce war against the evil Empire. Battle treacherous aliens. Pilot two vehicles in high-speed, first-person, 3-D sequences. Fight your way through the wastelands of Tatooine to the hostile streets of Mos Eisley and beyond. So grab your blaster, strap on your lightsaber, and take on the fight for galactic freedom.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994
Join the Rebellion and crush the Death Star in a giant 16-meg universe filled with all the action and adventure of the Star Wars finale. The command of five different characters-- from Wicket the Ewok to Princess Leia--and go up against the Empire's worst, from Jabba the Hutt to the Emperor himself! This is it! You're going to need every ounce of Force you're got in you.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1993
Pursued across the galaxy, and your Rebel Forces now marshall new strength on the remote ice world of Hoth. Although tracked by probe droids, attacked by ice monster, and confronted by an army of gigantic Imperial Walkers, you must not give in. You are the Alliance's only hope. Learn the ways of the Force, then test your skills in this fast-paced, action-packed sequel to the high game, Super Star Wars.
Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1991
TECMO BOWL! You've trained for it in the arcade. Now, strap on your helmet and go for it! Choose your team and select plays for your own game plan. From the snap, total control of every pass, block, run, and tackle is in your hands. Tecmo Bowl! The game of guts and glory!
Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994
It has 700 authentic MLBPA players including Ken Griffey Jr., Tony Gwynn and Barry Bonds to name a few. However, it does not feature an MLB license, so the cities nicknames and logos have been omitted, but all 28 teams with 1993 stats are still included.
Sega Genesis - June 1, 1994
Tecmo Super NBA features real teams (all 27 contemporary teams) and a roster of real players (over 320). One or two players can compete in regular, reduced, or short seasons, or play an exhibition game. Though primarily horizontal scrolling, digitized speech and cinemas, along with a free throw point of view, add drama to the proceedings. Besides the expected elements of basketball (substitutions, penalties, steals and blocks, time-outs, overtime), Super NBA gives you the chance to call offensive plays and to program win/loss records. Has a battery to back-up season play.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993
Are you ready to take your favorite NBA team to the NBA Finals? In Tecmo Super NBA Basketball you're in TOTAL CONTROL. It's the most complete basketball game ever created for the Super NES. From the tip-off to the final buzzer you control the plays, the players, the offense, the defense and the bench. Whether you want to play a single game or an entire season, only Tecmo Super NBA Basketball delivers REAL NBA ACTION!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1993
The excitement kicks off at the kickoff in this incredible game utilizing the revolutionary Mode 7 graphics. Choose from Tony Meola and 64 World and City soccer teams in the first icon focused soccer game that facilitates both play selection and playability. Rifle the ball to a teammate then drive your adrenaline-flooded feet up the field. Whoa! Watch the defenders. Center the ball for a header or a bicycle kick and, if your good, pound the ball past the goalie for an incredible pulse-pounding score! But now it's your time to worry as you frantically fight off furious forwards, slide-tackling...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 26, 1994
Bart is in a heap of technical trouble - he's stuck in a virtual reality machine!!! Enter the Jurassic era as Dino Bart, and stomp through stone age mayhem. Battle Nelson and the gang in a post apocalyptic Springfield as Doomsday Bart. Deploy your diaper-chute as Baby Bart and hog the spotlight as Pork Factory Pig Bart. Even go for a butt squeaking thrill-ride down the dangerous Mt. Splashmore and more! Who needs reality man?
Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994
Bart's reality goes virtual when he is strapped into Martin Prince's Virtual Reality experiment at the elementary school science fair. Each virtual reality program represents a stage in the game that Bart must play through in order to escape the machine before the programs crash. The game consists of three side-scrolling platform stages and three stages that take place from a rear view. Bart assumes the roles of a pig, dinosaur, and baby for the platform stages. He tosses tomatoes and eggs, slides down a water slide, and drives a motorcycle in a post-apocalyptic Springfield for the three...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased
Created in a bid to cash in on the brief and inexplicable roller derby resurgence of the late '80s, War on Wheels paired team-based racing gameplay with hand-to-hand combat mechanics. In the game, players battle opponents as they race around an indoor track, pausing occasionally to pound on rivals in close-up, Blades of Steel-like fight sequences. War on Wheels earned low review scores when it was featured in Video Games & Computer Entertainment magazine, and otherwise received minimal coverage from print publications at the time. The tepid response from reviewers and the waning popularity...
Sega Saturn - November 30, 1996
WWF In Your House is a successor to WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game. Like its predecessor, it is a hybrid of wrestling game and arcade versus fighter, with over-the-top, unrealistic moves. Concept and presentation are similar to Mortal Kombat games: digitized sprites are used to represent the wrestlers, and the game features finished moves that are performed before the final pin. There are a total of ten WWF wrestlers in the game: The British Bulldog, Goldust, Bret Hart, Owen Hart, Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Ahmed Johnson, Shawn Michaels, The Ultimate Warrior, The Undertaker, and Vader. A new...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996
WWF In Your House follows in the long line tradition of wrestling games with the objective being to totally dominate your opponent with bone-crunching blows and crushing moves, then pin him to the mat and be declared victor. This may seem a fairly simple concept, but when you add the variety of moves and each wrestler's unique styles -- this definitely becomes a game of skill and strategy. WWF In Your House also inclues a variety of rings and backdrops, each specifically tailored to each wrestler's personalities. Wrestlers include Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Vader, Hunter Hearst Helmsley,...
Sega CD - Released - November 1, 1993
WWF Rage in the Cage lets players choose from thirty WWF Superstars including The Undertaker, Yokozuna, Bret Hart, Bam Bam Bigelow, Shawn Michaels, Razor Ramon among many more. Each superstar has his own strengths and weaknesses as well as a personalized finisher such as the Tombstone for the Undertaker, Sweet Chin Music for Shawn Michaels, etc., along with the standard suplexes, body slams, and other moves.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 25, 1994
Raw slams your senses with 24 megs of the most ruthless mat mayhem ever! The hottest superstars, all new superhumans megamoves and more in-and-out-of-the-ring action stand between you and the championship belt. This Raw...and RAW IS WAR!
Sega 32X - Released - 1995
Get RAW like never before! It's the ultimate 32X ringside slugfest: next-generation graphics, upgraded sound f/x, the hottest WWF superstars, mat-pounding new moves like the high impact powerslam, all new pins like the in-you-face "showboat" and more out-of-the ring, anything goes mayhem than any other game! Now more than ever...RAW IS WAR!
Sega Genesis - Released - 1994
WWF Raw is a professional wrestling game featuring up to twelve superstars (ten in the GameGear, eight in the GameBoy version) from the World Wrestling Federation: Bret "Hit Man" Hart, Bam Bam Bigelow, 1-2-3 Kid, Diesel, Doink, Lex Luger, Luna Vachon, Owen Hart, Razor Ramon, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, and Yokozuna. In this game, player-controlled wrestlers attempt to pin the opponents to the mat by reducing their power meter until they can fight no more. There is a large number of moves to perform, including turnbuckle maneuvers and "illegal" acts such as hitting the opponent with a metal...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993
All-New 16-Meg Mayhem!! In the ring... Out of the ring...Out of Control! Take on 12 of the best superstars in the World Wrestling Federation as you atomic-drop, headbutt, piledrive and dropkick your way through the most grueling test of wrestling skills ever devised! - Royal Rumble: 6-in-the-ring at once! - "No-holds-barred brawl" with no ref... and no rules! - Choke-holds, eye-gouges and back-breaking chair-slams! - More superstars than ever before - each with this own trademark moves! - Tournament Mania: Win the Championship Belt! You may be ready to wrestle... But are you Ready to...
WWF Royal Rumble is a professional wrestling video game released by LJN in 1993 for the Super NES and Sega Genesis. Like its predecessor, WWF Super WrestleMania it is based on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). It features a variety of match types, including the newly added Royal Rumble match. The game's roster consists of wrestlers who were top stars in the WWF at the time, and each version of the game has five exclusive playable characters.
Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1993
Control one of twelve World Wrestling Federation stars in a "no holds barred brawl" -- in other words, do whatever moves you want, from choke holds, piledrivers, and even chair slams, until your opponent is knocked out. You can even go outside the ring if you like. Several modes of play are available, including one-on-one, tag team (two-on-two), and three-on-three tag team. You can play as the following WWF wresters: Bret Hart, Razor Ramon, Randy Savage, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Tatanka, Mr. Perfect, Crush, Ric Flair, Yokozuna, Ted Dibiase, and Lex Luger.
Sega Genesis - January 1, 1992
WWF Super WrestleMania is a wrestling game that uses rules and wrestlers from the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). The game introduces a characteristic "tug of war" gameplay style, which involves two wrestlers grappling each other until one of them has the upper hand. The player has to repeatedly tap a button to execute this move. All the wrestlers share the same set of typical WWF moves such as scoop slams, suplexes, hip tosses, dropkicks, clotheslines, and elbow drops. The Genesis (MegaDrive) version adds signature moves unique to each characters.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 6, 1992
Charge down to ringside in WWF Super WrestleMania!!! Never before have the WWF superstars like Hulk Hogan, Sid Justice, The Undertaker and Jake "Snake" Roberts looked so real! They're bigger, mightier and tougher than ever before! You're in command of powerslams that rock the arena, clotheslines that clobber, and atomic suplexes that flatten your foe into submission!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 1992
Crunching clotheslines, devastating dropkicks, backbreaking bodyslams... step through the ropes for all-new WWF action. Match your skills against 6 of the toughest WWF Superstars - in tag team and singles matches, on the mat, in the air, in the ring or inside the steel cage! Use Game Link to lock up with a friend for the ultimate WWF wrestling challenge.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1992
Accept the toughest challenge in all of wrestling: the WWF Wrestlemania Steel Cage Challenge! Feel the pulse-pounding action in singles and tag team matches that feature 10 incredible WWF superstars! You control every action-packed move and manoeuvre - Clothesline, Elbowdrops, Bodyslams, Dropkicks. When you're ready for the ultimate wrestling challenge, the steel cage is ready for you.
Sega 32X - Released - November 1, 1995
WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game merges the personalities and action of the WWF TV show characters with a Mortal Kombat-style fighting game. This title features digitized graphics of 8 WWF superstars: Doink, Razor Ramon, Bret "Hit Man" Hart, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Yokozuna, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Lex Luger. Although presented as a wrestling title, this game is structured like a one-on-one fighter, features over-the-top special moves characteristic of WWF. Each match is divided into a series of rounds, much like a fighting game. Instead of each round ending in a KO, it simply ends...