NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - 1991
Forget the movies. Forget the make-believe. This is the master, 3 time World Kick Boxing Champion André Panza, and the reality will stun you! His every move was filmed and digitized over 2 years for a devastating arsenal of kick boxing combat. Train until you're good enough. Then go to war against a friend or battle through the ranks of 8 international champions! Over 50 whirlwind punches and kicks let you customize your attack. Master new techniques during hundreds of ever-changing battles. Then put your body on the line against Panza himself for the ultimate Kick Boxing Championship!
Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1993
Best of the Best Championship Karate is a realistic fighting game. After you choose your fighter for his parameters (strength, stamina and resistance), you can choose from 55 different moves. You can now train your fighter at a gym before the real fights. To master the game, one must alternate training and fights, as training improves stamina, strength and resistance. Be careful, loosing a fight reduces those parameters, so you have to be ready before getting on the ring !
Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1991
Copter 271 is a vertical shoot them up. It was the last official game released on Cartridge for the GX4000/Plus range, it was rushed to the released and seems unfinished.
Sega Genesis - Unreleased
Davis Cup II (as named in the ROM header) is an unreleased sequel to Davis Cup Tennis. Two prototypes of this game have been dumped - an earlier PAL version dated within the ROM as 1994-07-10, and a version for North America dated 1994-07-28. Both are early versions of the game with no music and many assets borrowed from the original Davis Cup Tennis.
Sega Genesis - Released - August 15, 1993
The Davis Cup is an annual international team event in men's tennis. The participating countries, consisting of different players, compete in both singles and doubles matches. The entire championship has been made available in this game, and the matches are played using a third-person perspective. There are different types of courts and difficulty levels. Aside from the championship, you can also practice, enter tournaments or play exhibition matches. Work along with a friend as a team or compete in singles matches. Aside from the familiar strokes, timing is important to determine the...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - January 1, 1991
Challenge 32 top-seeded international pros in explosive court action, or take on your friends with tons of real playing options and a true player's view! Command an arsenal of pinpoint serves and powerful baseline passing shots. Attack the net with topspin or dropshot volleys. Then destroy your opponent's lob and morale with your overhead smash. Play singles and doubles on grass, clay, indoors or hard-court in exhibition and worldwide tournaments. Practice against the ball machine to perfect your skills for the ultimate quest, the coveted Davis Cup!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - March 19, 1993
Jim Power is the chief of the Special Warfare Unit in charge of the President's security. He is an unrivalled sharpshooter and is gifted with an incredible aptitude for detective work. Jim, urgently implored, accepts the mission of his life - to rescue the kidnapped President's daughter from the Mutant Planet, a terrifying world infested with evil beings. If you become Jim Power, you will face a challenge you never dreamed of, with the lives of millions of people in your hands. Combat evil, fight for justice and defy the Mutant Planet!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 10, 1993
"JIm Power: The Lost Dimension in 3-D" utilizes the revolutionary NUOPTIX 3D graphics, allowing you to experience the thrill of virtual reality without a virtual reality system. 3D glasses facilitate the incredible depth experience, but the thrill and the horror of "The Lost Dimension" may be fully experienced with or without 3-D glasses. Special Agent Jim Power-The supernatural alien, Vaprak, threatens to defeat our world which is the last planet that stands between him and a dimensional vortex. This vortex leads to a fifth and, up until now, lost dimension. If he succeeds in defeating us,...
Commodore Amiga - 1991
La prophétie dit que celui qui réveillera l'Aigle d'or, une statuette magique, dictera l'avenir. Nahmur, le Grand Prêtre d'une secte, a tenté en vain de contrôler sa puissance. Suite à son échec, il a dispersé les différentes parties de la statuette. Vous êtes le héros qui doit reconstituer l'Aigle d'Or pour sauver la situation.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988
Kill all the enemies, avoid the mines, and travel between distinct worlds to kill the evil mastermind in this behind-the-hero view shooter.
Amstrad CPC - January 1, 1990
Endorsed by André Panza, this video game adaptation of Thai kick boxing features over 35 moves. Use the training gym to build up your character's abilities until you feel ready to take on an opponent. You also have the ability to customize your attacks. When you are ready, go to the ring to take on various opponents as you try to become the best kick boxer in the game.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - August 2, 1991
The goal in Skweek, similar to other puzzle games like Q*Bert, is to color in every block on the map from blue to pink. Skweek needs to avoid the various enemies on the map in order to complete his task. He can collect power-ups and point items, as well as finding shortcuts to the next level and a series of four collectible teddy bears which appear randomly around the stage. If Skweek finds all four bears, he can skip to the next stage without completing the one he is on.
Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1991
This super pinball simulation will really make you "tilt" with pleasure! With its 12 levels, some of which are break outs, with plenty of bonuses and extra balls.
Amstrad CPC - January 1, 1991
Le joueur doit diriger un personnage pelucheux nommé Skweek dans un dédale colorié en bleu. Chaque passage sur une dalle la transforme en rose. Le but principal est de colorier toutes les cases en rose. De nombreux obstacles, mécanismes, monstres, etc. compliquent la tâche de Skweek, qui dispose d'une panoplie d'armes et de bonus pour arriver à ses fins.
Atari Lynx - Released - 1991
How do you keep a monster away? Paint his place pink! You will have to help Skweek to paint all 50 levels, rescue the kidnapped Skweezettes, and avoid being killed by the monsters all at once. And it's not as easy as it sounds!
Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1990
Tennis Cup 2 is the Cartridge version of Tennis Cup, a tennis game on CPC (old), both games produced by Loriciel. This tennis simulation recreates all the rules of the sport, from tie-breaks to break points. The action is viewed from behind one of the players, also featuring a split-screen option. You can play singles and doubles matches over 1,3 or 5 sets. There are 4 different types of court - grass, quick, hard and clay. You can play single matches, practice using a ball machine which fires a succession of shots at you, or play a season made up of major tournaments such as the Grand Slam...