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Athletic World

Athletic World

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 12, 1986

Five exciting playing fields! Three different skill levels! Customized advice screen - game adjusts to your age and gender! An athletic training camp - in your own home! Fitness is just a hop, skip, and a jump away with ATHLETIC WORLD - the video game that's controlled by the movements of YOUR body! Test your athletic ability on Bandai's five challenging events as you move up the difficulty scale from Training to Beginner to Expert! Staying in shape never felt so good - or was quite so much fun!

Dance Aerobics

Dance Aerobics

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 26, 1987

It's time to get up and get physical with Nintendo's DANCE AEROBICS. You and all your friends will have a blast working your way through 12 levels of aerobic conditioning and 64 separate aerobic routines. With Dance Aerobics, you'll feel better, you'll look better, and you'll have lots of fun. So don't just stand there, get out your Power Pad and shake, rattle and roll your way into a new you!

Gyrodine

Gyrodine

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 13, 1986

In the game, the player must pilot the Gyrodyne over vertically scrolling terrain. The controls contain two button, the player has three weapons at his disposal. One button fires a pair of bullet at enemy aircraft. Another button fires twin machine guns down at the ground. If both buttons are pressed, the Gyrodyne launches a missile with limited heat seeking ability. As a result, the player cannot truly fire both guns at the same time. As the player sweeps to the left or to the right, the guns are angle more and more in those directions until the joystick is released or pushed in the opposite...

Pro Wres

Pro Wres

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - October 21, 1986

The first professional wrestling game released on the Nintendo Famicom, Pro Wres is notable for many of the innovations it made to the wrestling game genre. The game featured one of the earliest in-ring referees, notable for actually moving into position to make counts, as well as the first instance of a camera man in a wrestling game. Pro Wres was also notable for being among the first wrestling games to feature unique wrestler movesets, with each grappler featuring at least one signature manuever. Pro Wres roster includes seven wrestlers, with six playable and one boss character. Normal...

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