Hector HRX - Released - 1983
Blackjack is a digital version of the classic card game. The bank is played by the computer. Normal blackjack\21 rules apply.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985
Mole Mole is a puzzle game in which the player has to navigate a rather anthropomorphic mole through side-view single-screen stages, with the goal of reaching the exit after having collected all the fruits on the screen. The mole can climb the stairs scattered around the levels, or dig tunnels in any direction except upwards. All the levels also include boulders, which will fall down if disturbed by the mole's burrowing activities. As opposed to Boulder Dash variants, the boulders cannot kill the mole or harm him in any way; it is impossible to "die" in the game. However, unless the player...
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987
The follow-up to Mole Mole plays exactly like the original, which means that it is very close to Boulder Dash but at a slower pace, since each move requires planning, whereas falling boulders won't kill you. Three difficulty levels are on offer: Selections, Children and Experts. Your mole, while digging tunnels in the earth to collect each and every item on-screen before proceeding to the exit, can neither jump nor dig upwards, which is what makes careful planning of your tunnels necessary. To your aid, you have a map screen which shows the entire level in a zoomed-out format. The same screen...
Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1991
There Can Only Be One Master. Destroy the dreaded Dracubeast before his fangs rip through your battle armor. Eliminate the Pit Fiend and capture his Fiery Storm. Lobsterjaw and his wicked bosses defend the secrets of the Master's fortress. Beware of Tuskinhead and his evil minions as you assault the Master's castle!
Sega Genesis - Released - 1993
Wonder Library is a very rare Sega Mega Drive cartridge which shipped with some variants of the Japanese Wondermega. When hooked up to a Mega Drive connected to the Sega Mega-CD (or a Wondermega), a specific but presently unknown (possibly Sony-made, JVC-made, or Aplix-made) type of book-on-CD can be played. As with other Wondermega-related products, the cartridge features Wonder Dog heavily. It is unknown whether or not any emulator can use a cart-boot feature to run this game (some do support Flux, which works similarly, so it is possible).