Sega Genesis - Released - March 9, 1990
Your mission is to find and eliminate the enemy terrorists. They are extremely well armed, and central intelligence informs us that they may have the backing of several unfriendly extraterrestrial nations...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 10, 1990
HIDE AND SEEK HAS TURNED DEADLY... and it ain't no kids game any more! The name of the game is pound or be pounded. This is the ultimate round em' and pound em', stalk em' and rock em' battle of the century. The robots of Earth have rebelled, they have imprisoned you in their metallic mazes of mayhem called the Labyrinths of War. Their goal: "Terminate the humans..." Inside these labyrinths lies a test. Seek out and destroy the merciless Bionic Battlebots of this world wide robotic rebellion and save mankind before they nab you. If you fail, say goodbye. The Battlebots want a fair fight, not an easy kill. You've been fitted for two Bionic Battlesuits, each with the strengths and weapons of the Bionic Battlebots. Enter the Labyrinths of War and save mankind! Check your radar, watch your scope, tune your sensors, you're being stalked as we speak. Will mankind survive? You decide...
Sega Genesis - Released - December 12, 1990
Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel is a wrestling game in which the player can choose to control any of the nine available female wrestlers. Each girl has her own strengths and weaknesses. There are three modes in the game: fighting against any of the opponents with the selected character; participating in a playoff tournament; and an additional "watch" mode that allows players to watch fights without participating. Beside the traditional moves, the wrestling style of the girls allows punching of their opponents.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 20, 1990
You make your choice between a sand rail, a dune buggy or an off-road truck. Hit the A button to accelerate and hit the trail. In single play you race against the clock, but take your Game Boy and hook it up with another Game Boy and race directly with the other player. The road is rough and the turns are slick. The left and right arrows on the control pad are your steering wheel. Your mission is to avoid the obstacles as you race against the clock. Mow down the other cars in your way and you accumulate points. Each time you overtake another car you are presented with other challenges and opportunities: Capture a flying bottle of nitro and you increase your speed. Capture a runaway tire and you increase your steering ability. Catch up with the soaring clock and time stands still. Catch a bomb and you have fire power! The obstacles are tough and without acquiring these powers it will become impossible to simply maneuver around them and win! Survival of the fittest is the golden rule in DEAD HEAT SCRAMBLE! Players must choose between a dune buggy, a sand rail vehicle, and the incredible off-road truck. All races are strictly against the clock while the driver navigates through blockades on the road and other drivers that want to defeat the player. All of the ten courses must be unlocked in a linear fashion; all the races take place in a tube. Few power-ups exist in them game; including a chance to increase the player's nitro boost. There are ten stages in the entire game. No penalties are given for bumping into the other drivers; unlike real life. Each course is in the shape of a half-pipe.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 11, 1994
Galaxy Robo is a sci-fi strategy game from Copya System and Imagineer. The player directs a group of mech pilots, each riding distinctive bi-pedal suits and other vehicles. The game is structurally similar to Fire Emblem: the player moves all their units for their turn, either fighting enemy units or performing other tasks, and then control switches to the opponent. When two units meet in combat, a cutaway cutscene shows the aggressor landing (or missing) a hit, and the unit statistics underneath tell the player how much damage was caused. The game was a Japanese exclusive. It was one of a handful of games to use the SNES Mouse peripheral.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 30, 1990
A wealthy peaceful nation has been invaded by greedy forces who wish to gain control and power. Your mission as a K-C 139 ground support fighter pilot is to clear and prepare the battlefield for your tank invasion. Your skill as a fighter pilot and intelligence as a strategic military planner most be highly tuned and trained to complete this one of a kind game. Your plane is equipped with missiles and with a cargo hook. Use your missiles to counter attack enemy planes, helicopters, ground missile launchers and many other militant attackers. Use your cargo hook to pick up obstacles that are blocking your tanks path, then relocate the obstacles to places that will help your tank forces advance. As you advance forward allied forces may come to your assistance, welcome their support. Like in real life accuracy and timing are key factors to succeed. You must successfully complete ten separate air to ground battle phases in order to accomplish your mission and return the occupied territory back to its rightful owners. Two Go! Go! Tank's, two Game Boy's, a link and a friend can double your challenge and fun! "Good luck on your mission."
Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1994
Once upon a month, a door behind the full moon opens. This door is between the human world and magical world. Now it just so happens that on one such night, Lime and Bass are in hot pursuit of a demon who had stolen six power gems from the magical world. The demon escapes to the human world through the open door, and the two follow. The Playstation game is a first person perspective adventure game. To advance in the game the player sometimes have to talk to the other members of his group, other people or make another action.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 16, 1993
Wreak havoc in the air when you lock on target and blast your enemies out of the skies. You are Jake Steel and it's up to you to stop a crazed madman from blowing up the United Nations. It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it. To make your job a little easier, you get to choose your weapon of attack. You can choose from four different aircraft: the F14 Tomcat, the A10 Warthog, the British Tornado, or the Japanese FSX. Lock On delivers realistic air to air combat and you'll be pulling G's that you never even knew existed. The enemy forces on the ground are not immune to your fire power either. You can defeat enemies in the air and on the ground.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 13, 1992
Step into the mysterious world of Lennus. As Ghezni stands before the great Tower, incertainty wraps its icy hands around his heart. What mysteries lie behind the great door looming before him? What started out as a simple dare has turned to terror as Ghezni finds himself about to begin an adventure that will change his life, and just may change yours.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1993
He'll fight to the finish, cause he eats his spinach. He's Popeye the Sailor Man! When Olive Oyl discovers a map that leads to hidden treasure, Popeye, Olive, Sweet Pea and the whole gang set sail on the high seas, But alas, mateys, Popeye's arch-rival Bluro isn't far behind! The dastarfully villain tosses Popeye into the briny deep. It looks like curtains for our bald-headed hero-unless you can help him get the Spinach that he needs to jump, climb and smash his way to save his friends, reclaim his ship and lead the way to the treasure!
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - April 13, 1990
Choose from wacky drivers, like Jason the Skinhead or Jeronimo the Mohican and rev your way through all the stomach-churning circuits! Watch the dust fly and the wheels spin as you screech over a roller coaster track and wave goodbye to your opponents. Roar over mounds of mud, drive through the desert, slip 'n' slide on snow-covered tarmac and race your way through the night to face the final lap! CAREFUL! Power Drift is no easy ride! If you're heading for a collision hold on to your seat and enjoy those 360 degree spins before you bump back down to earth!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 3, 1995
The general idea of the game is that the player is launched into a 3D war zone with the task of flying a fighter jet. The player must defeat enemies with various weapons like missiles and gunfire as quickly as possible while obtaining as little damage as possible. Altitude is judged in feet while speed is judged in the plane's Mach number. The player is given the choice between two Western-made aircraft: a F-15E Strike Eagle or a Mirage 2000.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 24, 1995
Super Baken Ou '95 ("Super Betting King '95", where "baken" specifically refers to horse betting) is a horse racing simulation game. Unlike its contemporaries, the game does away with the premise of the player raising their own racehorses and is instead a details-heavy predictive engine. The player inputs the data of horses taking part in upcoming races, storing the data of over 100 horses simultaneously, and uses that data to predict which will win. The game was the sixth horseracing simulation to be released for the Super Famicom in 1995 only three months into the year, making horseracing one of the most prolific genres for the system for that period. Though Copya System is not listed in the game's credits on the title screen, which instead credits both Teichiku and Asmik, the game shares many staff members with the contract developer.