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Aero the Acro-Bat

Aero the Acro-Bat

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1993

Step right up to the ACRO-BATiest show on earth! The madman industrialist Edgar Ektor has seized control of the World of Amusement. He and a deranged cast of fairground freaks threaten the circus. The only hope for survival is the high-flying, death-defying AERO THE ACRO-BAT! Spine-tingling terror unfolds as AERO tackles Ektor's wicked henchmen. Bungee jump into battle with evil! Skydive in Mode 7 toward the danger below. Hang on for the ride of your life as you rise and plunge on a roaring roller coaster! Tiptoe across a terrifying tightrope! Then power drill and twist AERO right...

Aero the Acro-Bat

Aero the Acro-Bat

Sega Genesis - Released - September 1, 1993

You play as bat Aero, who have to stop the mad scientist Edgar Ektor, who is trying to rid the world of amusement and fun. So you jump through the circus-style levels, using different kinds of machines such as catapults, cannons, bubble machines, platforms, etc., collecting various power-ups such as cheese, soda, keys, clocks, etc. and avoiding lethal obstacles.

Aero the Acro-Bat

Aero the Acro-Bat

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 31, 2002

Aero the Acrobat, the classic Sunsoft game for Super NES, comes to Game Boy Advance! Edgar Ektor (and evil ex-circus clown) has booby-trapped the circus with the help of a crazy flying squirrel named Zero and his fairground henchmen. Only Aero, a master of acrobatics, can diffuse the dangers of the circus and perform various death defying acts to amuse the unsuspecting audience. As the headlining act, Aero will walk tightropes, swing on trapezes, blast out of cannons and plunge off the high dive in order to find Ektor and put a stop to his evil plans. Great graphics and action-puzzle...

Aero the Acro-Bat 2

Aero the Acro-Bat 2

Sega Genesis - Released - April 1, 1994

In the sequel to Aero the Acro-Bat you have to defeat evil industrialist Edgar Ektor once again. He is back and again with bad ideas, so you - in the role of Aero - have to find and destroy him before he carries out his diabolical "Plan B". Like in the last installment, you have to jump, escape lethal obstacles and progress in time. This game features more moves for Aero, more mechanisms to use and more items to collect.

Aero the Acro-Bat 2

Aero the Acro-Bat 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994

The aerialist extreme, Aero the Acro-Bat bounds back into the spotlight once again to stop the wicked industrialist, Edgar Ektor! Aero has entered a new realm of enchantment and must now use all his acrobatic prowess to foil a criminal plot known only as "Plan B!" Join Aero as he discovers new friends (and enemies) in a world custom built for his high-flying adventures.

All-Star Baseball 2000

All-Star Baseball 2000

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 7, 1999

All-Star Baseball 2000 is the second release in the series and includes a range of improvements and new features compared to the '99 version. Motion captured technology allows a realistic representation of player movements, swings, throws and catches. Apart from the improved roster management, which includes the ability to sign players from the minor league and create new players with new stats, you are able to play a 162 game inter-league season or complete the 1999 MLB scheduled season. Once more there are 30 teams available in the game, as well as home stadiums and home or away jerseys....

All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas

All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas

Sega Saturn - May 29, 1997

The All-Star Baseball baseball video game series was developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The series began in 1997 with the release of All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas, the successor to Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball. New York Yankees play-by-play announcers John Sterling and Michael Kay were the announcers for 1998-2000 editions of the game. The final release in the series (due to the bankruptcy of Acclaim) is All-Star Baseball 2005. Within the individual games, there are several different modes of play, such as exhibition, managing an existing Major League...

All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas

All-Star Baseball '97 Featuring Frank Thomas

Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 1997

All-Star Baseball 97 brings to the plate several features that build upon 1996's Frank Thomas "Big Hurt" Baseball. The most notable additions are both Major League Baseball and MLBPA licenses, offering 30 official teams and stadiums as well as over 700 real players with ratings based on the 1996 season. Six different modes of play include Exhibition, Season, Playoffs, All-Star Game, Batting Practice, and Home Run Derby. Also included are trades allowing would-be General Managers to help their teams make a run at the World Series. Play-by-play announcing is provided by award winning Jon...

All-Star Baseball 99

All-Star Baseball 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - May 29, 1998

All-Star Baseball is a baseball video game series developed by Iguana Entertainment and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The series began in 1998 with the release of All-Star Baseball '99. All 30 Major League Baseball teams feature in the first All-Star Baseball title. Game modes include Training, Season, Playoff, World Series, plus an All-Star Match, Home Run Derby and MLB trivia. 100 different batting styles are featured, as well as motions such as sliding catches, base collisions, kneeling throws and broken bats. It's also possible to sign up and trade players from all around the league...

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Arcade - Released - March 1, 1996

A Final-Fight/Double-Dragon style game which features the Caped Crusader and his sidekick Robin in a traditional beat-em-up. Based on the Batman Forever movie, this side-scrolling beat-em-up features the plot, several memorable characters, and quotes from its movie counterpart. The player gets to use batarangs, a bat grapple, and tons of other Batman-specific goodies in order to accomplish their goals. The player can create their own combos and collect power-ups to help them in their quest to rid the streets of Gotham from an everlasting flow of bad guys.

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Sega Saturn - November 30, 1996

It's a fight to the finish as Batman and Robin take on the dark side of Gotham City's underworld! Power-Up with devastating special moves and gadgets, then master the unique combo system which allows up to 400 hits! Batman Forever the Arcade Game - 100% computer-rendered street brawling arcade action!

College Slam

College Slam

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1996

Welcome to the College Slam arena! The crowd's on their feet... over 40 college teams, cheerleaders... authentic fight songs... all the rivalry... all the madness! There's a wild dunk... the backboard shatters! This is the slammingest hoops action ever... and there's more... head-to-head, tournament, and season-long play! College Slam is gonna take you to school!

College Slam

College Slam

Sega Genesis - Released - 1996

Each team starts out by picking any 2 out of 5 players to play with during the game. During timeouts, and at half-time, the player has a choice to make substitutions. When a player makes 2 baskets in a row, the announcer says "He's heating up", and if he makes 3 baskets in a row without the other team scoring, he says "He's on fire!", which makes it easier to score. In the season mode, the player can pick from 44 teams, and then play a 20 game season against quality competition. In the tournament mode, 16 teams compete for a chance to win the national championship. The player also has the...

College Slam

College Slam

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

Welcome to the College Slam arena! The crowd's on their feet... over 40 college teams, cheerleaders... fight songs... all the rivalry... all the madness! There's a wild dunk... the backboard shatters! This is the slammingest hoops action ever... and there's more... head-to-head, tournament, and season-long play! College Slam is gonna take you to school.

Forsaken Remastered

Forsaken Remastered

Microsoft Xbox One - Released - July 31, 2018

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1995

Acclaim's next generation technology means the most realistic hardball action ever! 700+ MLBPA superstars: Maddux, Nomo, Justice, Vaughn, Baerga, Puckett, Alomar, Bonds and more! Exclusive simulated stats from Bill James/Stats Inc.! Real Baseball Action: adjust lineups and fielders, rundowns, stolen bases, squeeze plays, double play pivots, high spikes, and bad hops! Pitchers tire and have hot/cold streaks! 3 games in 1 including Clutch Time Simulator and "The Big Hurt" Home Run Derby! Quick Play mode: One strike and you're out! Customized stadiums! Memory back-up for 23 stat categories! So...

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball

Sony Playstation - Released - June 5, 1996

Frank wanted big league technology to match his two-time MVP award-winning style. He wanted authentic gameplay like pitchers losing arm strength. He wanted CD-quality sound FX including umpire calls, crowd cheering and bat cracking. He wanted 8 pitch selections and 27 stat categories. He wanted 6 modes of play including Season, All-Star Game, Home Run Derby, Playoffs, and Batting Practice. He wanted 28 3D rendered stadiums to crank home runs. He wanted motion captured sprites. And he wanted a ton of camera angles to check out all the action... he got it!

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball

Frank Thomas Big Hurt Baseball

Sega Genesis - Released - September 4, 1995

Baseball player Frank Thomas licensed one of the first baseball games to use motion-captured 3D graphics and multiple camera angles. 28 stadia have been rendered in 3D, and each has its own visible and significant differences. There are 6 distinct game modes, allowing for single exhibition matches as well as full seasons on the playoffs. There is also a Home Run Derby mode, allowing the player to pelt the ball out of the ground for points. You can choose pitchers and batters, based on their statistics and form. Bowling options are set to define the delivery, with fastballs and...

Iggy's Reckin' Balls

Iggy's Reckin' Balls

Nintendo 64 - Released - August 24, 1998

A vertical race up towering tracks. Iggy and the Reckin' Balls are in the race of their lives. A winner-take-all dash to the top of twisted, looped, warped and genuinely demented courses! Smash, crash and swing with Iggy, his friends, plus loads of secret characters. Over 100 tracks, tons of shortcuts, secret paths, loops and elevators. One to four player racing action with Battle and Versus mode.

Jeff's Shoot'Em Up

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

This Jeff’s Shoot’Em Up is a tech demo for a top-down shooter in the same vein as Smash TV or Alien Breed, that was developed by Iguana Entertainment (Aero the Acrobat and Turok) to test the SNES capabilities. The demo was titled Jeff’s Shoot’Em Up probably after Jeff Spangenberg, Iguana (and later Retro Studios) founder. In this prototype enemies can’t harm the main character, every path lead to a dead end and sound is absent. Also in the introduction the spaceship that is zoomed in/out and rotated don’t appear correctly.

Might and Magic II

Might and Magic II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 22, 1993

The space traveler and rogue guardian Sheltem has left the world VARN, where he was pursued by the relentless Corak the Mysterious and a party of local adventurers helping him. The Gates to Another World eventually takes all of them to another world, known as CRON. There, a great turmoil is caused by Sheltem's actions, and the heroes must stop his madness, preventing him from casting the planet into its own sun.

NBA Jam

NBA Jam

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1994

BOOMSHAKALAKA! Jam home the #1 arcade phenomenon! From outrageous Tomahawk jams to wild full-court shots, you control the super moves, amazing blocks and awesome slam dunks of 54 of the NBA's hottest stars! Ultra-realistic digitized graphics and play-by-play. 4-player adaptable for true arcade competition. NBA JAM puts you on the court and above the rim!

NBA Jam

NBA Jam

Sega Game Gear - March 4, 1994

NBA Jam, which featured 2-on-2 basketball, was one of the first real playable basketball arcade games, and was also one of the first sports games to feature NBA-licensed teams and players, and their real digitized likenesses. A key feature of NBA Jam was the exaggerated nature of the play - players jumped many times above their own height, making slam dunks that defied both human capabilities and the laws of physics. There were no fouls, free throws, or violations except goaltending and 24 second violations. This meant the player was able to freely shove or elbow his opponent out of the way....

NBA Jam

Sega Master System - Unreleased

Conversion of the Sega Game Gear version for Master System was planned at one stage, but eventually cancelled. While losing some of the colors due to the technical differences between the handheld and console, this version brings the previously missing 2 player action.

NBA Jam 99

NBA Jam 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 4, 1998

NBA JAM 99 has it all! Award-winning hi-rez graphics and 3D sports engine. Over 300 players with real-life faces and smooth skin textures. Authentic 5-on-5 team play styles like the Bulls triangle offense. Bonus 5-on-5 Jam mode with outrageous dunks. Create your own players and teams. Authentic team rosters, uniforms and schedules. Trade, sign, draft and release players. Bill Walton and Kevin Harlan bring you the courtside action. Motion capture by Keith Van Horn of the New Jersey Nets.

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 23, 1995

NBA JAM Tournament Edition brings you more senses-shattering slam dunking excitement than ever! More than twice as many NBA superstars, more than double the secret characters, Hot Spots, Super Jam Power-Ups, battery back-up and - OH MY - nine all-new rim-rattling slam dunks plus all the original jams! NBA JAM Tournament Edition... it's on FIRE!

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

Sega Genesis - February 23, 1995

NBA JAM Tournament Edition brings you more senses-shattering slam dunking excitement than ever! More than twice as many NBA superstars, more than double the secret characters, Hot Spots, Super Jam Power-Ups, battery back-up and - OH MY - nine all-new rim-rattling slam dunks plus all the original jams! NBA JAM Tournament Edition... it's on FIRE!

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

Sega Game Gear - February 23, 1995

NBA JAM Tournament Edition brings you more senses-shattering slam dunking excitement than ever! More than twice as many NBA superstars, more than double the secret characters, Hot Spots, Super Jam Power-Ups, battery back-up and - OH MY - nine all-new rim-rattling slam dunks plus all the original jams! NBA JAM Tournament Edition... it's on FIRE!

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - September 5, 1995

NBA Jam T.E. features 2-on-2 fast-paced and unrealistic basketball. Following in the tradition of NBA Jam this game is filled with super dunks and has no out-of-bounds. Also featured are 9-point plays, rookie and all-star teams, injuries, and fatigue. A variety of power-ups allow: monster jams from anywhere, speed increase, power increase, unlimited turbo, increased 3-point ability, catch fire, and a bomb that flattens all of the other players. There can be anywhere from three to five players included from each of the 27 NBA teams. Overall more than 120 players are included, some of which...

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

Sega 32X - Released - February 23, 1995

BOOMSHAKALAKA! Jam home the #1 arcade phenomenon! From outrageous Tomahawk jams to wild full-court shots, you control the super moves, amazing blocks and awesome slam dunks of the NBA's hottest stars! Ultra-realistic digitized graphics and play-by-play. 4-player adaptable for true arcade competition. NBA JAM puts you on the court and above the rim!

NFL Quarterback Club

NFL Quarterback Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1994

One of the earliest in the series which features all 28 NFL teams including their respective nicknames and logos and many of the top players of the day including John Elway, Joe Montana, Brett Farve and Troy Aikman, just to name a few. There are a variety of game modes to choose from including NFL Play which includes preseason, season and playoff modes along with the Simulation mode that allows players to relive past moments of NFL history and lets the player recreate these moments or change history all together. Also included is the Quarterback Challenge which would become a staple in...

NFL Quarterback Club

NFL Quarterback Club

Sega 32X - Released - 1995

It's a 32X blitz... NFL Quarterback Club upgrades the action with the most authentic gridiron game play and '94 QB and team attributes! All-new advanced passing gives you 80 yards of viewable field to hit the open man, multi-view perspectives heat up the running game with in-your-face action and the exclusive Smooth-Cam delivers the most advanced instant replay from virtually any angle. NFL Quarterback Club on 32X...

NFL Quarterback Club 2000

NFL Quarterback Club 2000

Sega Dreamcast - Released - December 1, 1999

Iguana Entertainment, the developer of NFL QUARTERBACK CLUB ’99, is at it again with NFL QUARTERBACK CLUB 2000 for the Dreamcast. Experience realism like you’ve never seen, with all-new player models and animations that’ll make you swear you’re watching a game on TV. Take your pick from all 31 NFL teams, including the expansion Cleveland Browns, and see if you can lead your team to the Super Bowl. With NFL QUARTERBACK CLUB 2000, you’ll get everything you’ve ever wanted in a football game and more.

NFL Quarterback Club 96

NFL Quarterback Club 96

Sega Genesis - October 27, 1995

Popular NFL quarterbacks such as Troy Aikman, John Elway, Steve Young, Brett Favre and other NFL stars are featured in this officially licensed football simulation. You can play practice games or a full NFL season. You can skip the season and go straight to the Playoffs or match up the best of the best in Pro Bowl action. A Simulation Mode lets you participate in historical NFL situations, or you can customize your own unique game situations. In all there are more than 800 plays you can call, including authentic quarterback signature plays. All NFL teams are represented, and you can customize...

NFL Quarterback Club 96

NFL Quarterback Club 96

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Another game in NFL Quarterback series. Every team from the 1996 NFL season is shown here, with real player numbers and stats. 32 offensive plays and 16 defensive plays are available as you play. Options include setting quarter lengths, from one to 15 minutes, and selecting your mode of play: Preseason, Playoffs, or a full Season, in which you play 18 games towards the goal of the Super Bowl.

NFL Quarterback Club 96

NFL Quarterback Club 96

Sega Saturn - Released - October 27, 1995

Another game in NFL Quarterback series. Every team from the 1996 NFL season is shown here, with real player numbers and stats. 32 offensive plays and 16 defensive plays are available as you play. Options include setting quarter lengths, from one to 15 minutes, and selecting your mode of play: Preseason, Playoffs, or a full Season, in which you play 18 games towards the goal of the Super Bowl.

NFL Quarterback Club 97

NFL Quarterback Club 97

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1996

It must be frustrating for a game company to produce a sports title and know it's inferior to those produced by EA Sports. Case in point: Acclaim's new NFL Quarterback Club 97 for the Playstation. Compared to EA's brilliant Madden NFL '97, NFL Quarterback Club 97 is simply second-rate. Though NFL Quarterback Club 97 does have some merits, there's not enough here to make it worth its hefty price. NFL QB Club utilizes many of the same gameplay elements seen in Madden '97 - including the kicking T-meter, the three-quarter overhead primary camera angle, and the button assignments and controls....

NFL Quarterback Club 97

NFL Quarterback Club 97

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

NFL Quarterback Club 97 utilizes many of the same gameplay elements seen in Madden NFL 97 - including the kicking T-meter, the three-quarter overhead primary camera angle, and the button assignments and controls. Player animations are fluid and realistic, and the player sprites have clearly visible jersey numbers and names. The game also boasts a historic simulation mode. Players can choose among 50 different classic NFL game situations and try to rewrite history. Imagine...it's December 23, 1973. The Dallas Cowboys are down 28-13 to the 49ers. With under a minute remaining, the Boys score...

NFL Quarterback Club 97

NFL Quarterback Club 97

Sega Saturn - Released - August 29, 1996

NFL Quarterback Club 97 utilizes many of the same gameplay elements seen in Madden NFL 97 - including the kicking T-meter, the three-quarter overhead primary camera angle, and the button assignments and controls. Player animations are fluid and realistic, and the player sprites have clearly visible jersey numbers and names. The game also boasts a historic simulation mode. Players can choose among 50 different classic NFL game situations and try to rewrite history. Imagine...it's December 23, 1973. The Dallas Cowboys are down 28-13 to the 49ers. With under a minute remaining, the Boys score...

NFL Quarterback Club 98

NFL Quarterback Club 98

Nintendo 64 - Released - October 24, 1997

Do you have the courage to be an NFL quarterback? The same folks that brought you TUROK have turned their attentions to the gridiron and have brought great graphics, realistic action, and lots of options to the sport. With full licenses from the NFL and its athletes, the game has all of the teams and players, plus perfect replications of logos and stadiums. Just to assure that the artificial intelligence was high and the gameplay realistic, the developers coaxed Brett Favre into designing some of the plays.

NFL Quarterback Club 99

NFL Quarterback Club 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 10, 1998

The #1 football game on N64 just got a whole lot better! All 31 NFL teams, 3D rendered stadiums and over 1,500 players. Authentic team playbooks like the 49ers West Coast Defense and Steelers Ground Attack. All-new artificial intelligence developed by New York Jets offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. 250 all-new motion captured animations. Award-winning hi-rez graphics. Create your own players, coaches, teams, uniforms and playbooks!

NHL Breakaway 99

NHL Breakaway 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 27, 1998

All 27 NHL teams and over 600 players including the expansion Nashville Predators. Symbol-based passing and non-puck handler control. Real-life player sizes and weights. Create, trade, sign and release players. Set team style for physical play, power plays and penalty killing. Updated 1998-99 team jerseys, rosters, schedules and realigned divisions. Actual arena names for the ultimate NHL realism!

South Park

South Park

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 22, 1998

A comet is heading toward South Park, causing many of the enemies from early seasons of the shows (including cows, aliens, and clones) to rise up and attack. The player takes control of Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and Stan to fight through the town in a first-person perspective. Single player takes the form of a "Story" mode divided into five episodes and fifteen linear levels. The player will face weak minions (which change based on the episode), plus occasional sub-bosses which will try to escape into town. The final level is devoted to a unique boss fight. Players use quirky weapons ranging...

South Park

South Park

Sony Playstation - September 30, 1999

A comet is heading toward South Park, causing many of the enemies from early seasons of the shows (including cows, aliens, and clones) to rise up and attack. The player takes control of Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and Stan to fight through the town in a first-person perspective. Features new dialogue from the original voice actors on the show.

Turok

Turok

Windows - Released - December 17, 2015

Turok is back and no dinosaur is safe! When it was first released in 1997, Turok introduced gamers to a world teeming with cunning enemies, traps, puzzles and deadly weapons all within a vast 3D environment ready to explore. Now the classic game has been restored and enhanced with a new visual engine and exciting new features to sink your teeth into!

Turok

Turok

Microsoft Xbox One - Released - July 31, 2018

Turok is back and no dinosaur is safe! When it was first released in 1997, Turok introduced gamers to a world teeming with cunning enemies, traps, puzzles and deadly weapons all within a vast 3D environment ready to explore. Now the classic game has been restored and enhanced with a new visual engine and exciting new features to sink your teeth into!

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Microsoft Xbox One - March 2, 2018

Having defeated the Campaigner, Turok throws the Chronocepter into a waiting volcano to destroy it. Unfortunately the blast awakens an even deadlier force - The Primagen. Once again a Turok is tasked with restoring peace to the land and stopping the Primagen from merging Earth with the nether world.

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 10, 1998

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is the sequel to Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. Having defeated the Campaigner, Turok throws the Chronocepter into a waiting volcano to destroy it. Unfortunately the blast awakens an even deadlier force - The Primagen - who lays in wait for his freedom from a wrecked space craft, buried at the core of the Lost Land. Once again a Turok is tasked with restoring peace to the land and stopping the Primagen from merging Earth with the nether world.

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

Nintendo 64 - Released - March 4, 1997

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is a first-person shooter with platforming and light puzzle-solving elements. Much of the game is set in outdoor environments, and requires the player to explore them by finding various paths, jumping, swimming, and climbing. The game's most notable enemies are dinosaurs of various sizes, though the levels also include human and demonic enemies, as well as wildlife. The player gradually gains access to thirteen weapons (plus the Chronoscepter, assembling which is the game's main objective); these include a knife, a bow, as well as high-tech firearms such as a rocket...

WWF War Zone

WWF War Zone

Nintendo 64 - Released - August 11, 1998

The game features seven basic gameplay modes, allowing configurations of one to four players. These include training mode, one-on-one, tag team, cage match, weapons match, tornado tag team, and war (elimination free for all). Two additional modes, Royal Rumble and gauntlet, are exclusive to the Nintendo 64 version. The player can also create and customize his own wrestler, taking him through the WWF challenge. The new wrestler finds himself at the bottom of a pyramid, and has to challenge wrestlers situated immediately above him, gradually working his way through to the title. Sometimes...

Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel

Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994

It's Zero Hour! The evil Jacques Le Sheets has a twisted plot to create counterfeit money. And to make the paper, he's ravaging the wooded homeland of Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel! Can you save the forest and turn Jacques into pulp?

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