Sun Electronics

Arabian

Arabian

Arcade - Released - 1983

You play an adventurous Arabian prince and your goal is to rescue the princess from her palace. In your quest you will sail the seas, crawl in caves and fly magic carpets. Score points on the way for picking up the letters in "A-R-A-B-I-A-N" and get a bonus if they are collected in order. Arabian is a "Video book" with a happy ending. The attract mode introduces the story, and animated storybook "pages" let you experience the Arabian Prince's adventures. Use the 8-way joystick to jump, super-jump, walk, crawl or climb in all directions. Tap the Kick button to boot your enemies out of the...

BanBam

BanBam

Arcade - Released - 1984

Farmers Rebellion

Farmers Rebellion

Arcade - Released - 1985

A maze/top-down shooter game set in the ancient medieval Japan, where a poor farming village is planning an insurrection to overthrow their feudal overlord. However, the only participants in the revolt are the player's character, Gonbe, and the optional second-player character, Tago, and the player battles against an army of ninjas, armed samurai a ghosts, and foot soldiers. The game has a great and colorful levels design, inspired in customs and myths Japanese of that time. The character's movement is controlled with an 8-way joystick, and pressing the single button allows the player to...

Kangaroo

Kangaroo

Atari 5200 - Released - 1982

Baby Roo has been kidnapped by monkeys, and it's up to Mama Roo to come to the rescue! Your kangaroo starts out at the bottom of the screen. You need to guide the kangaroo up the various ladders and platforms to the top where Baby Roo is being held captive. The monkeys will be trying to stop you by throwing or dropping apples and knocking you off the platforms. Your kangaroo has boxing gloves, however, and can knock out the monkeys with a single punch! Along the way various types of fruit can be collected to earn bonus points.

Markham

Markham

Arcade - Released - 1983

Markham was produced by Sun Electronics in 1983. A one or two player horizontal scrolling shooter game published and developed by Sun Electronics in 1983.

Out Live

Out Live

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - March 15, 1989

A very important discovery was recently made on the planet Laffra - ancient ruins at an excavation site, containing relics of another civilization, with technique that would surely benefit the great intergalactic Empire. But a mysterious organization that calls itself Mars began to stir unrest on the planet. The head of Imperial Scouts sends the hero, piloting a combat robot known as FW, into the depths of the ruins, to face the enemies and retrieve the precious knowledge... Out Live is a solo dungeon crawler; unlike most representatives of this genre, it is set in a sci-fi environment, and...

Quiz no Hoshi

Quiz no Hoshi

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - August 10, 1992

Quiz no Hoshi is a trivia game with several gameplay modes; the main one is called "Heart of Stone" and is a story-driven series of quiz encounters with strategy board game elements. The plot involves a kidnapping of a little girl by the mafia, and the attempts of a boy named Hoshimaru to rescue her, all the while escaping from an impending apocalypse. Hoshimaru can be navigated over a board (often with branching paths); each field usually leads to a conversation scene with a following quiz. Both Hoshimaru and the "enemies" have life bars; the protagonist's health increases after successfully...

Route 16

Route 16

Arcade - 1981

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