Amstrad CPC - Released - 1986
1942... you and daring fighter pilot "Super Ace" are engaged in realistic, thrilling and challenging high-flying battles with the enemy. Over land, on the sea and in the air, your own skill and dexterity... combined with Super Ace's flying mastery, duel enemy pilots in fighter and bomber craft. 1942... it's airplanes taking off and landing on ocean-going aircraft carriers... disrupting enemy formations ready to attack... intercepting enemy air-warriors you must defeat by "blasting 'em out of the sky." Will it be victory? Or defeat? It's in your skillful hands!
Apple Mac OS - Released - 2000
You are an employee of the Astro-Mining Corporation. Your mission is to simply go to an assigned area of space and clear the area of asteroids and the occassional debris. The game consists of five zones, each with a different background and some with special features. Each zone has 15 levels. In addition to the standard asteroids, there are also mined asteroids that explode; indestructible asteroids that are, well, indestructible; fireball comets; crystal asteroids that regenerate; alien egg asteroids containing deadly baby space worms; and ancient energy asteroids that shoot back! And there's plenty of enemies in addition to the asteroids, such as Standard and Super Saucers, Asteroids Tugs, Fuel Transports, Hexes, Nuke Drivers, and Vulturoids.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1998
You are an employee of the Astro-Mining Corporation. Your mission is to simply go to an assigned area of space and clear the area of asteroids and the occassional debris. The game consists of five zones, each with a different background and some with special features. Each zone has 15 levels. In addition to the standard asteroids, there are also mined asteroids that explode; indestructible asteroids that are, well, indestructible; fireball comets; crystal asteroids that regenerate; alien egg asteroids containing deadly baby space worms; and ancient energy asteroids that shoot back! And there's plenty of enemies in addition to the asteroids, such as Standard and Super Saucers, Asteroids Tugs, Fuel Transports, Hexes, Nuke Drivers, and Vulturoids. There are three types of ships to choose from, each with different strengths and weaknesses. There are also three skill levels. If you beat the game at Expert or higher, you gain access to a fourth type of ship. All ships features the standard laser, shield, flip (instantly flips your ship 180 degrees), and hyperspace. There are also limited power-ups you can pick up such as GunSat, Mines, Homing Missiles, Plasma Drill, and Trigger Bombs.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 1, 1999
Your spaceship is trapped in a deadly asteroid belt. You will have to destroy the drifting asteroid boulders before they destroy your spaceship. But, watch out for enemy spacecraft. Fire your missiles to destroy the boulders and the enemy.
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 15, 1999
An updated version of the classic arcade blast 'em up and features full 3D environments, all new weapons and defense systems and a 2 player split-screen mode. The gameplay, however, is exactly the same. Pilot a spacecraft and destroy the on-coming asteroids, each of different sizes. Alien ships and black holes are also out there, along with ship upgrades that update your ships weapons and defense systems.
Sega Master System - Released - 1996
The game is titled Battlemaniacs on the title screen and packaging, but is in fact a conversion of Battletoads in Battlemaniacs for the SNES, which has a similar title screen. In this game of up to two players, you control Pimple or Rash. Both Battletoads have combos and moves to help them defeat their enemies. The artistic style is decidedly cartoony, with exaggerated weapons protruding from the 'Toads' limbs to deliver the coup de grâce.
Sega Saturn - Released - February 28, 1997
You play the game as Scud, a "disposable assassin", who has been hired to take out a target in the "Marvin's Manikan" factory. Based on the underground comic by Rob Schrab, Scuds are designed to self destruct after they have destroyed their target... Scud has become aware of this fact, and instead only injures his target enough to not self-destruct. But, being a robot, Scud has no money, and must turn to freelance jobs to pay for his original target's life support. The game can be played with either a controller or the Virtua Stunner (or other compatible light gun). With a controller, the game is a side scrolling shoot-em-up; but with a light gun, it becomes a first person shooter. You can play with any combination of controllers and guns, but the game is essentially meant to be played with two guns (Scud himself uses two guns). The game is fueled by music from "DJR/IB3 LTD." (Darryl J. Reavis & Illuminado Berrios, III), Fidget-X, and Unbelievable Jolly Machine
Sega Master System - Released - 1993
Get down to the bare necessities of life and escort Mowgli through the jungle to the safety of the human village. Fight the boggle-eyed snake, Kaa, and defeat Shere Khan the hungry tiger in this exciting adventure based on Disney's classic! It'll drive you ape crazy!
Sega Game Gear - Released - January 1, 1994
Get down to the bare necessities of life... and escort Mowgli through the jungle to the safety of the human village. Fight the boggle-eyed snake, Kaa, and defeat Shere Khan the hungry tiger in this exciting adventure based on Disney's classic! It'll drive you ape crazy!
Sega Game Gear - Released - November 1, 1994
Sega presents a Disney Software/Virgin Interactive Entertainment, Inc. co-production of The Lion King. Straight from the hit movie, Simba the lion cub is the high-spirited prince of the Pirdelands. When his father King Mufasa perishes, Simba is banished, leaving his evil uncle Scar to rule the kingdom. Vowing to restore peace to the Pridelands, Simba must battle to regain his rightful throne! - Play Simba first as a playful cub and then as a mighty lion through 10 exciting levels, including the Elephant Graveyard and Hyena Lairs! - Battling a wildebeest stampede and packs of hyenas, Simba gains new fighting skills as he grows to become a Lion King! - With spectacular graphics and animation, every jungle scene, river cascade and dark forest lair bursts with beauty and danger!
Sega Master System - Released - 1994
Based on the blockbuster animated feature film, Disney's The Lion King brings to life the majesty and mystery of Africa through the tale of Simba, a lion cub. Using animators from the Disney studios and music from the movie soundtrack the video game takes you to Pride Rock. Fight your way through 10 levels as Simba to the ultimate battle with the evil Uncle Scar. Tackle heinous hyenas in the elephants’ graveyard, avoid the wildebeests’ hooves in the side-scrolling version of the movie's stampede scene. Play the bonus levels as Simbas friends in exile, Pumbaa the warthog and Timon the meerkat. The partnership of Disney Software and Virgin Interactive Entertainment combine with Sega to make this game the new standard in animation and interactive entertainment.
Sega Game Gear - Released - 1995
VR Troopers is based on the TV show of the same name and is made by the same company that produced the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers. The story has the evil Grimlord transport the VR Troopers into (ironically) a video game and it is up to the player (literally) to save them and bring them back to the real world. The gameplay is the standard fighting game, using one of the three different Troopers to kick, punch and use special abilities to defeat a fighter to advance to the next one. Each Trooper has their own strengths, weaknesses and special moves and each has their own separate stages, depending on which the player chooses. It also has multi player capabilities that lets two friends battle head-to-head in a Duel Mode.
Sega Genesis - Released - 1995
When does virtual become reality? The evil Grimlord has zapped the VR Troopers into a virtual reality video game and the only way out is to fight for their lives! Watch the game self-destruct before your eyes, as the Troopers battle hoards of enemies and ultimately the Grimlord! - Play all three VR Troopers from the hot TV series! Each VR Trooper has his or her own special moves! - Three different adventures depending on who you play ! Each adventure features unique levels special bonus games and its own final battle.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 2000
Straight from the classic cartoon series comes Woody Woodpecker and his friends in a kart racing adventure. Join Chilly Willy, Buzz Buzzard, and, of course, Woody himself as you race over 15 different tracks from such locales as Brazil, Italy and Japan. With four different types of vehicles and six different drivers (plus three hidden characters), you will not be at a loss of choices as you race in a wild and wacky manner that's to be expected from Walter Lantz's characters. With outlandish power-ups, including splatting tomatoes and homing pigeons, you are sure to be kept on your toes as you battle for first place.