Nintendo Entertainment System - November 29, 1991
This game has two modes: story and tournament. Tournament mode is the simpler one: you compete against seven opponents in a quiz that concerns various historical, geographical, social, and cultural aspects of United States of America. Some questions require you to choose "yes" or "no", while others present you a short list of possible answers, of which you should choose the correct one. The participants' responses are timed. In the story mode, you can navigate the character you created (male or female) in a top-down city. Avoiding getting hit by the numerous cars in the area, you must make...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1992
If you enjoyed Baseball Stars, then you will love Baseball Stars II from Romstar! All the grand slam action found in the original game is still here: acquire, release or trade players; develop your rookies into superstars; challenge a friend or the program to a single or league game. Baseball Stars II also features: four different stadiums; eighteen teams, six of which you can customize; normal and split-screen views; error counters; various outfielder formations; detailed stats with memory backup for league mode!
Nintendo Game Boy - February 26, 1993
The basic gameplay is pretty straightforward. You're the cute little fellow with the B on his suit. You find yourself at the top of some structure with various creatures climbing to the top. You'll notice there's a crosshair on the screen. Pushing the A button fires a beam wherever that crosshair is aimed at. Move it with the directional pad. Pushing the B button makes your character jump, and pushing Start accesses your item inventory. Your goal, is to cut out parts of the wall with your beam, causing them to fall on the enemies below. You should be careful not to cut...
Sony PSP - Unlicensed - July 10, 2007
Arguably the most well-known indie game of all time, Cave Story is an action-adventure game featuring a completely original storyline wrapped with personality, mystery and hours of fast-paced fun. You wake up in a dark cave with no memory of who you are, where you came from or why you're in such a place. Uncovering Mimiga Village you discover that the once-carefree Mimigas are in danger at the hands of a maniacal scientist. The Mimigas’ only hope rest squarely on the shoulders of a quiet, amnesiac boy who can't remember his own name.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 22, 1995
Chinhai is a puzzle game for the Super Famicom and a variant on Mahjong Solitaire, or Shanghai. Instead of pairing and removing any two tiles that match as long as one of their sides is clear, as is the case in Shanghai, the rules of Chinhai require that the two tiles can only be removed if it's possible to draw a line between the two that doesn't make a 90 degree turn more than twice. Two tiles on opposite sides of the board, for instance, can't be paired because it would take three 90 degree turns to draw a line between them. To account for this added difficulty, the game lacks the "stacks"...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1992
The player controls the role of a young gunslinger who travels the land fighting villains and playing minigames. The main game play involves you moving around the towns horizontally collecting gold by hitting chest while killing the bad guys at the same time. There is also an RPG element where people have to be visited in towns for information. Once a player has acquired the required gear to be made sherrif, an outlaw must be killed for bonus money. A shooting range is included where players have to shoot down enemy targets while avoiding the targets that represent innocent bystanders.
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 31, 1990
Dungeon Kid is a Role-Playing game, developed by Pixel and published by Quest, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 28, 1992
Gimme a Break: Shijou Saikyou no Quiz Ou Ketteisen 2 is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Pixel and published by Yonezawa PR21, which was released in Japan in 1992.
Nintendo Entertainment System - April 28, 1993
The Gorilla Man is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Pixel and published by Yonezawa PR21, which was released in Japan in 1993.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - March 27, 1990
Supernatural action game with plenty of oriental ghouls and spirits after your blood.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 30, 2000
Moomin's Tale (Moomin no Daibouken in Japan) is an action platform game developed and released by Sunsoft for the Game Boy Color. It is based on the Finnish franchise the Moomins.
Nintendo Entertainment System - April 26, 1991
Over Horizon is a Shoot-'Em-Up game, developed by Pixel and published by Hot-B, which was released in Europe in 1991.
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 2, 1991
The game allows the player to control a shape-changing robot named R-10 (and his human controller Lance) as they fight evil robots. On the land, the player is a freight train that must follow the railroad tracks to the boss of the level. However, the robot turns into an airplane when the player is forced to fly to the next mission. Sea missions require the player to transform into a submarine. The player has three lives and three continues as he struggles to liberate the world of Robocco from evil.
Nintendo Game Boy - May 28, 1993
Suzuki Aguri no F-1 Super Driving is a Racing game, developed by Pixel and published by LOZC G. Amusements, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 9, 1993
Based on the animé series Ushio & Tora, this game tells the story of a boy named Ushio. He lives in a modern-day Tokyo with his father, but his family line stretches back to the samurai days of Japan. Five hundred years ago a demon was terrorizing the land. Ushio's ancestor, wielding a magical spear from China, managed to bind the monster to a rock with an artifact. Unable to kill the demon, he built a temple around it and stayed there as a monk in order to make sure it won't escape. Ushio finds the demon still tied to the rock in the basement of one of the temple buildings. Unfortunately, by...