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10 Super Jogos

10 Super Jogos

Sega Genesis - Released - April 1, 1997

10 Super Jogos is a compilation of ten Sega Mega Drive games. It has thus far only been released in Brazilian and Asian markets. In Asia the compilation is known as Mega Games 10. Games included: • California Games • Columns • Flicky • Golden Axe • Sega Soccer • Sonic the Hedgehog • Super Hang-On • Streets of Rage • Super Monaco GP • The Revenge of Shinobi

20 em 1

20 em 1

Sega Master System - Released - 1995

20 em 1 (20 in 1) is a compilation of twenty previously unreleased games in a single cartridge, which came bundled with Tec Toy's Master System III Compact (Master System II in Europe and US). The game has only two songs, one played at the title screen, the other played during all gameplay. All the text in the game is in Portuguese.

6-Pak

6-Pak

Sega Genesis - Released - 1995

6-PAK is a compilation of six of SEGA's most popular "franchise" games released in the early days of the Genesis. Included are the following: •Columns •Golden Axe •Revenge of Shinobi •Sonic the Hedgehog •Streets of Rage •Super Hang-On

Ace of Aces

Ace of Aces

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Messerschmidts darken the skies in front of you: JU-88 bombers move steadily toward their targets. At last, you've reached your objective — a fleet of U-boats with bad intentions. You dive in to make a bombing run, but you overshoot! Turn around to try again, and the enemy fighters are all over you! Fire, dodge, climb, and fire again! Your left engine is in flames, your fuel supply dwindling ..can you weather the storm?

Aerial Assault

Aerial Assault

Sega Game Gear - Released - June 5, 1992

It's the 21st century and N.A.C., a feared terrorist group of the galaxy, threatens to destroy Earth. They've developed the super weapon "EL" that will blast away Earth's ozone layer. And they've threatened to use it! As the world's top jet fighter pilot, you're in command of the of the ultimate in combat aircraft - the "Freedom Fighter." Armed with the latest in new high-tech weaponry, you and your jet are Earth's only chance against the merciless N.A.C. Good luck!

Aerial Assault

Aerial Assault

Sega Master System - Released - 1990

It's the 21st century and N.A.C., a feared terrorist group of the galaxy, threatens to destroy Earth. They've developed the super weapon "EL" that will blast away Earth's ozone layer. And they've threatened to use it! As the world's top jet fighter pilot, you're in command of the of the ultimate in combat aircraft - the "Freedom Fighter." Armed with the latest in new high-tech weaponry, you and your jet are Earth's only chance against the merciless N.A.C. Good luck!

After Burner

After Burner

Sega Master System - Released - December 12, 1987

Sega's smash arcade hit comes to life... on your Sega System! You're a Navy Air Captain. At your control is the most advanced fighting jet ever to set the skies on fire! You supply the skill, reflexes and guts. Your F-14 Thunder Cat gives you Mach 2+ speeds, unlimited firepower and a state-of-the-art battle computer which targets your enemies for destruction. Fire guided missiles, then blast away with your Vulcan cannon. Roll your F-14 left and right! Enemy missiles slide under your wings. Your afterburners roar as you dive for the wave tops! In this sky battle you're outnumbered. But that's O.K. When it comes to flying the unfriendly skies, you're the one they call "The Ace."

After Burner II

After Burner II

Sega Genesis - Released - March 23, 1990

You scream off the carrier, there's no time to think! You're caught in a swarm of enemy aircraft and more are dead ahead. They're closing at Mach 5, as your machine guns start blasting. Burn through a sky of flying metal! Radar-lock on the frontal attackers and respond with missiles. Your enemies are specks on the horizon, then instantly they're in your face, launching even faster missiles! Nothing can prepare you for the incredible speed of the attack. Hit your afterburner! Dive and twist! Throw your plane into a 360 roll as the enemy spins by so close you almost touch wing tips. Day or night, dog fight or missile duel - the terrifying speed of battle never lets up. The sky shrieks with metal menace. The intercept officer is screaming "Look out!"

Air Rescue

Air Rescue

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Air Rescue is similar to Choplifter!. You are a pilot of a helicopter and the object is to rescue hostages without being shot down by soldiers, jeeps, tanks, choppers, and ground-based missiles, and bring them back to base. A maximum of four hostages can fit into the helicopter at any given time, so it is necessary to make more than one trip. You can choose from a variety of weapons that you can use to shoot down enemies. There are five rounds, which take you through theme parks, burning skyscrapers, army bases, sunken submarines, and caverns. The round ends when you have taken the required number of hostages to the bases.

Alex Kidd in Miracle World

Alex Kidd in Miracle World

Sega Master System - Released - November 1, 1986

Your name is Alex Kidd. You have courage. A karate chop that shatters rocks. And a big job to do. You learn that the mysterious city Radactian is in great danger. All your skills and talents are desperately needed to help. But there's a catch: how do you get there? Your only clues are a puzzling map and a medallion made of Sunstone. Will that be enough to solve the riddle of the pathway? You face the obstacles. Solve the mysteries. learn the secrets as you go along. but there's high adventure around every corner. It takes a Kidd like you handle a challenge like this.

Alex Kidd in Shinobi World

Alex Kidd in Shinobi World

Sega Master System - Released - August 1, 1990

After ten thousand years, the once-banished Dark Ninja returns to make another attempt to take over the Miracle World. Someone's definitely got to stop him! Guess who dares to meet the challenge? You! You're Alex Kidd, the prince who knows no fear. A lovely girl has been kidnapped and her life is at risk! And she's your girlfriend from the planet Shinobi! By holding her hostage, the Dark Ninja plans to realize his fiendish scheme. She must be saved before it's too late! You need more than courage to be successful. Transform into a fireball and burn up enemies that come at you. Jump up and across towering walls with your amazing wall-climbing skills. Turn into a tornado and twist your way out. And when you encounter the Dark Ninja, think only of winning. Otherwise you'll lose your girl and, worse yet, the Miracle World will be doomed forever!

Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle

Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle

Sega Genesis - Released - August 14, 1989

BASH! BIFF! POW! Alex Kidd is punching, kicking and leaping through Paperock Planet, trying to save his dad! He's having a tough time, what with scorpions, pufferfish, monkeys, and mummies blocking his way. THUD! SPLAT! BOOM! Alex knocks down a rock pile and grabs the gold! Every time he gets gold, he's got a better chance to win. Then he bounces high in the sky and dives deep under the ocean to snare more. PAPER! SCISSORS! ROCK! Alex gets dragged into a frantic game of Janken. He's got to make the right sign - paper, scissors, or rock - to beat his bully opponent and escape with all his money! UP! UP! AND AWAY! Alex speeds in his Pedicopter, right up to the Enchanted Castle! Now he can save his dad by tricking Ashra, the ruler of Paperock. But what's the winning sign? Guess quick!

Alex Kidd: High-Tech World

Alex Kidd: High-Tech World

Sega Master System - Released - July 19, 1987

Get ready to join the Kidd in his third great Sega adventure! Being the Crown Prince of Planet Aries is never easy. On top of being a galactic hero, you have to deal with parents, teachers and palace retainers! But you're a Kidd at heart, and you just have to go to the new High Tech World video arcade to play the newest Sega games! The problem is, the map to the arcade has been torn up into eight pieces and hidden in the castle. As you look for the pieces you'll discover just how weird life in a castle can be! If you find them, you'll have to fight your way through a forest filled with blue Ninjas. Survive this ordeal and you'll have to find a travel pass in the village to make it over the border! It's a game of wits, intrigue, action and excitement. There's even a PASSWORD so you can save games. Survive all the obstacles and you'll play in the hottest arcade in the land. But if you don't get there before the 5:00 closing time, you'll be left out in the cold! Better hurry!

Alien 3

Alien 3

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

The Xenomorph are fast, spit acid and are right behind YOU! Can't see very far ahead in these air ducts. Hard to breathe. Face-huggers can be anywhere. Must find the Mother alien. The closer you get the more Aliens you find...better not have them find you first! Just keep telling yourself. "this isn't really happening...it's only a game!"

Alien 3

Alien 3

Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1992

The XENOMORPH are fast, spit acid and are right behind you! The motion tracker is your only warning. No time to think, no time to catch your breath... RUN! Can't see very far ahead in these air ducts. Hard to breathe. Face-huggers can be anywhere. Must find a queen alien. The closer you get, the more aliens you find... Better not have them find you first! Just keep telling yourself, "This isn't really happening... It's only a game!!!"

Alien Storm

Alien Storm

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Shape-changing alien scum take over your city! Fry the slimy horrors and smash their bid for global conquest. Blast into action with fire blazers, electric whips and more!

Alien Storm

Alien Storm

Sega Genesis - Released - June 28, 1991

Shape-changing alien scum take over your city. Fry the slimy horrors and smash their bid for global conquest. Blast into action with ray guns, flame throwers, power-whips, and more! But watch your step! Harmless objects might transform into vicious aliens. A trash can erupts with spiked tentacles that slash at the helpless! Only quick reflexes and precision weaponry can keep you off the aliens' menu. Tackle the invaders solo or simultaneously with a friend. Fight from two different perspectives, including a 3-D view into the screen. The excitement is red hot in this arcade classic!

Alien Syndrome

Alien Syndrome

Sega Master System - Released - October 18, 1987

Sega's super arcade hit comes to life, on your Sega System! A mysterious alien space fleet has invaded human occupied space. Called the Alien Syndrome, they are the deadliest creatures mankind has ever encountered. The Alien Syndrome shoots first, and asks no questions! A battalion of your friends attacks the alien fleet. But they are captured and held hostage. Earth Command sends one soldier to get them back. You! You're RICKY, Earth Command Trooper. When it comes to deep space combat, you are the best. Armed only with a combat rifle, you must infiltrate each alien ship, rescue the hostages and escape...before a time bomb vaporizes the ship into cosmic debris. The odds...and the clock...are against you. The aliens can appear anywhere...at any time. So shoot fast and straight. The hostages are depending on you!

Alien Trilogy

Alien Trilogy

Sega Saturn - Released - July 31, 1996

Every now and then a game spawned from film hits the mark, and Alien Trilogy captures the gruesome essence of one of Hollywood's best high-tension thriller/action offerings. Simply put, this is an excellent video game and to date it's perhaps the best Doom-clone to bloody the consoles. From the colony of LV-426 to the Alien spaceship (which brought the plague to the infested prison colony), all of the 30-some levels pay tribute to the films. Whimpering people are encrusted in the Alien-ified walls (who explode when you shoot them, or spurt chestbursters to punish the loitering Colonial Marine), towering Alien Queens that attack with relentless abandon, sleeping tanks (inspired by the films), and eggs that lazily slip open when a hurting Marine can least afford it. Alien Trilogy also delivers the arsenal Colonial Marines will die to get their hands on. Ranging from a Beretta to a steadicam-mounted smart rifle, Acclaim provides enough firepower for the experienced Marine to show every Alien Queen who's boss. The weapons also enjoy their trademark sounds from the films, including the high-pitched jam of the pulse rifle. Like the films, Alien Trilogy employs incredible savvy in how it uses sound. There's just you and the dark, moody music, the pulse-quickening hum of the motion tracker, and two sets of jaws at every turn.

Alisia Dragoon

Alisia Dragoon

Sega Genesis - Released - February 1, 1992

The pace is intense. Enemies come at Alisia from everywhere. And nowhere. Battle hordes of crazed barbarians, mow down mobs of poisonous centipedes, and slay squadrons of winged gargoyels. Blast enemies in waves or one by one with multi-directional, auto-targeting laser fire. Recruit killer companions like the DragonFrye, Ball O'Fire, Thunder Raven and Boomerang Lizard. Use them to hurl blistering boomerangs, fireballs, and electrical attacks. With Alisia's super-tough fighting skills, fry enemies to a crisp. And prove once and for all that you can go hand-to-hand with evil and come out the champion!

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Sega Genesis - Released - November 27, 1988

Enter a time when men were warriors and Gods ruled the world. A time of good against evil, a place of danger. Summoned by Zeus to rescue Athena, you will infiltrate the Underworld with the power to transform into mythical creatures with supernatural strength. Level 1: Become a savage werewolf and use teeth and nails to shred your enemies to pieces. Capture three of the elusive Spirit Balls and you'll be transformed into a ferocius, fireball throwing Werewolf. Level 2 and 3: Take flight as a Weredragon and use fiery force to fry the followers of Neff. Creep across slippery crevasses inside a deep cavern as the crafty Werebear. Level 4 and 5: Stalk the gates of the Underworld fortress as a maneating Weretiger, a predator with no pity. Inside the inner-sanctum call on Golden Werewolf's might to demolish Neff, the demon - forever.

Altered Beast

Altered Beast

Sega Master System - Released - June 1, 1989

You were once a Roman Centurion. You died bravely in a battle. Now, a hundred years later, you have been called back from the grave by Zeus, God of Thunder. Even as he grants you new life he gives you a mission. You must rescue his daughter Athena from the evil clutches of Neff; Lord of the Underworld. From the surface to the very heart of the Underworld you must journey, fighting Neff's undead army every step of the way! Zombies, demons, gargoyles, three-headed Wolves. But in this life you have been given an edge... the power to transform into magical beasts of awesome power! From a man to a superman...to a werewolf, were-dragon, were-tiger and the ultimate...a Golden Wolf! Each form has supernatural abilities. You'll need them all...for Neff is a fearsome enemy. Fail, and Athena's fate will be unspeakable. Win...and you may take a place in the Pantheon of Immortality! Remember...Never say die!

Andre Agassi Tennis

Andre Agassi Tennis

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Andre Agassi's explosive forehand is yours. Be Agassi or play against Agassi. With 4 courts, 8 exciting players each with different playing styles and an umpire who calls every shot, Andre Agassi Tennis cannot be beaten.

Andre Agassi Tennis

Andre Agassi Tennis

Sega Genesis - Released - December 1, 1992

A game endorsed by the American player who stunned the tennis world in the early 90s with his "Image is everything" looks, sporting long hair, earrings and colorful shirts, Andre Agassi Tennis includes eight players (male and female and as as expected, only Agassi is a real player) rated according to movement speed and both accuracy and strength on serve, backhand and forehand. Gameplay features all the usual moves: smashes, passing shots, volleys and all kinds of backhand and forehand plays, but unlike other games, precise positioning and timing are crucial to avoid hitting the ball outside the court, swinging the racket into thin air or more embarrassing, let the ball hit you on the head. Three courts are available: Grass, Clay and Indoor (Sega versions add a fourth, Hard), but the differences between them are minimal. Game modes change according to the version, with the 16-bit versions including a "Skins" game, where each point is worth a sum of money based on the number of times the ball was hit.

Animaniacs

Animaniacs

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1994

Animaniacs is a side-scrolling action/puzzle game based on the animated TV series of the same name. The Warner kids, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot have escaped the water tower again and are on a quest to retrieve movie memorabilia from the Warner Bros. studio lot. There are 4 stages, and in each stage the Warners must work together to get past obstacles and enemies. Yakko can push or pull boxes, Wakko can use his hammer to smash things, and Dot can blow kisses to charm simple minded foes.

Are You Afraid of the Dark? The Tale of Orpheo's Curse

Are You Afraid of the Dark? The Tale of Orpheo's Curse

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Are You Afraid of the Dark? The Tale of Orpheo's Curse is an adventure game based on Nickelodeon's TV series Are You Afraid Of The Dark?. In telling its mystery tale, the game features full motion videos and 3D animation, as well as actors from the actual TV series.

Arrow Flash

Arrow Flash

Sega Genesis - Released - October 20, 1990

In the 30th century, Viking terrorists, led by the vicious Great Hilagi, are plundering and destroying planets throughout the Galaxy. They move in warships capable of travelling in Nether Space... and Earth is their next target. Now, there has been an assault on the laboratory of the renowned scientist Dr. Zerrek Keene, who, in a state near death, has summoned his granddaughter, Zana Keene. "Zana," he said, "while experimenting with Nether Space transmission, I caused a huge magnetic field to be formed around our planet, and it has attracted the attention of the barbaric Viking Terrorists." Dr. Keene pressed a keycard into her palm, and with his last breath, whispered, "Zana, use this... save Earth." Zana Keene, trained as a test pilot at the United Government Military Academy, knew what he had given her... access to the "Chameleon" ERX-75 space fighter - capable of combat in Nether Space, and of transforming itself into a robot - the strongest weapon ever developed by the United Earth Army. Zana Keene knew what she must do. "Use this... save Earth."

Art Alive

Art Alive

Sega Genesis - Released - 1991

Surprise yourself and impress your friends with astonishing graphics you can make in minutes. Animate them and your TV screen becomes a lively work of art. All with just your television and the 16-bit Genesis system. It's simply the easiest way to be an artist. Create masterpieces that run, jump, and dance! You can even record them on your VCR. It's better than a game... it's ART ALIVE! Turn your imagination loose with the gallery of tools: A rainbow of colors to paint with; 3 different pencil tips for freehand drawing; Circles, rectangles and squares in 3 different outline widths; Spray cans for shading patterns; An eraser and clear feature to make mistakes vanish; Over 50 supplied graphics and animations, including Sonic the Hedgehog and ToeJam & Earl, or create your own; Predrawn backdrops you can color with the fill bucket.

As Aventuras da TV Colosso

As Aventuras da TV Colosso

Sega Master System - Released - August 1, 1996

Chefinho is sick, and to be cured he'll need a medicine made up from six rare herbs. But they can only be found in the wilds, and get them is a mission for Gilmar and Priscila. In this side-scrolling action game, the player can choose to play either Gilmar or Priscila at the start of each one of the six levels. Although the main setting of each level is the same to both characters (forests, caves, deserts, underwater stages, waterfalls and such) the level design for each one may vary. In two player mode, players will take turns playing as Gilmar and Priscila. Both characters jump, punch enemies and break blocks. Gilmar can run and double jump. Priscila is stronger and can break several bricks in a row when jumping over them, and can also slide down hills. Gilmar can get some potions, which can break rocks, kill or shrink enemies. Priscila can get miniature menhirs which can be thrown against enemies. Both characters can also get bones throughout the game, granting access to bonus stages where the player controls a little dog. Some levels also involve minor puzzle solving, like pushing switches or moving rock blocks.

Assault City

Assault City

Sega Master System - Released - January 1, 1990

Robots Go Berserk! Dateline: Assault City, 2092. It's a robot mutiny! Central Computer Control is in chaos. Armed KillerBots are running amok, blasting loyal Bots into metal junk and piles of whining servomotors!

Astal

Astal

Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1995

Somewhere in the universe, The Goddess Antowas created a world from a single jewel. On this world, Quartilia, she created the sky, earth, and air. To inhabit this world, she created two humans - from a green jewel, a girl: Leda, who has the power to make things live on Quartilia. And from a red Jewel, a boy: Astal, whose purpose was to protect Leda. Content with her creation, Antowas slept. While she slept, the evil Jerado tried to take over Quartilia. To ensure victory, Jerado created a warrior: Geist. Geist kidnapped Leda, and held her at the bottom of the ocean. In an effort to get her back, Astal tore Quartilia apart, awakening Antowas. As punishment, Antowas banished Astal to Quartilia's moon. Leda took pity on Astal, and gave him her jewel. Once Astal and Jerado were dealt with, Antowas went back to sleep. However, Geist was still free, and Quartilia was not restored from the changes Jerado wrought. From his prison on the moon, Astal witnessed Geist kidnap Leda again. Consumed with the need to protect her, he freed himself and returned to Quartilia. Now Astal journeys in search of Leda through a Quartilia transformed by Jerado's dark design, along with a strange bird who for some reason just won't leave him alone...

Astérix

Astérix

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Getafix, the Druid whose magic potion has kept his village from falling into Caesar's hands, has been kidnapped! Join Astérix and Obélix as they try to rescue the druid and save the village!

Astérix and the Great Rescue

Astérix and the Great Rescue

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1994

It is 50 B.C., and the entire Gaul (today's France) is conquered by the Romans. Only one village still remains independent, thanks to the incredible powers of its two great warriors, Asterix and Obelix. In the game, they must first of all liberate the village Orvio and rescue their friend Dogmatix. The player can play as either Asterix or Obelix. They make their way through platform levels, fighting enemies by punching them, and jumping to access higher ares or to avoid falling down. There are also some items that the player can collect, such as bombs, with which the player can overcome obstacles and advance in the game.

Astérix and the Great Rescue

Astérix and the Great Rescue

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

Getafix the Druid and Dogmatix have been captured by the evil Roman forces. Use your magic potions to help Asterix and Obelix fight their way through 5 levels to Rome itself and free their buddies from Caesar's clutches.

Astérix and the Great Rescue

Astérix and the Great Rescue

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

The game is based on the popular French comics series Astérix. It is 50 B.C., and the entire Gaul (today's France) is conquered by the Romans. Only one village still remains independent, thanks to the incredible powers of its two great warriors, Asterix and Obelix. In the game, they must first of all liberate the village Orvio and rescue their friend Dogmatix. The player can play as either Asterix or Obelix. They make their way through platform levels, fighting enemies by punching them, and jumping to access higher ares or to avoid falling down. There are also some items that the player can collect, such as bombs, with which the player can overcome obstacles and advance in the game.

Astérix and the Secret Mission

Astérix and the Secret Mission

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Getafix the Druid is out of magic potion! If Ceasar finds out, it's invasion for sure. Asterix and Obelix set out to find the necessary herbs. A mission through all sorts of Roman-infested terrain - seas and rivers, forests and desserts, temples and ruins.

Astro Warrior

Astro Warrior

Sega Master System - Released - December 14, 1986

Basic Sega shoot-em-up in which you must guide your ship through three zones while avoiding hazards. Your only weapon are bullets as your only defense, but if you shoot the flashing red pieces on the terrain, chances are that a green ship will approach you, and if you collect this ship, your weapons will be upgraded so that you shoot a laser beam instead. Keep collecting ships, and you can shoot up to three laser beams at once. At the end of each zone, you will come across a boss that takes multiple hits to kill. If you manage to conquer all three zones, you are back to where you started. The whole point of this game is to earn as many points you can without losing all of your lives.

Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe

Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 1, 1991

The legendary Golden Axe has been stolen by an army of evil warriors. The king called a young warrior to take it back. His name was... Ax Battler! Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe is an action game with RPG elements, which puts the player in the role of Ax Battler, the Barbarian from previous Golden Axe games in search for the Golden Axe. The gameplay feels much like Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, with Ax moving around in a top-down perspective, changing to a side scrolling view when fighting enemies or entering caves. The battles are random and Ax won't see the enemies coming. If he's hit during a battle, the battle will end instantly and he'll be sent back to the overworld map. If he prevails, he gets magic vases from the enemies. Magic vases are the game's currency and are also used to cast spells, just like in the other Golden Axe games, but instead of having only the "Earth" magic, he also has the "Thunder" and "Fire" magics. Ax can also use special attacks to fight his enemies, learned at "dojos" found in each city. Instead of battery backed RAM, this game uses passwords as a mean to save games. At each town the player enters, he'll find a place to learn a new password which, when entered, allows him to continue from the very point it was learned.

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Sega Genesis - Released - July 17, 1992

Strap yourself into the cockpit and get ready for video racing action like you've never experienced! Push yourself and your car to the limit, and whip through hairpin turns and chicanes at breakneck speeds! Blaze through the field at the straights, and take the checkered flag! Take a few practice laps on any of the 16 most demanding race courses in the world. Try the Senna GP, or take on the world's top drivers on the championship circuit! Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II brings you the intense action of real Formula 1 racing, from the starting light to the finish line!

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Sega Game Gear - Released - August 28, 1992

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II (アイルトン・セナ スーパーモナコGP II) or simply Super Monaco GP II is a racing game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear in 1992. It is a sequel to Super Monaco GP, but this time the game is sponsored by Ayrton Senna (who won the Monaco Grand Prix six times). Also unlike the previous game, Super Monaco GP II was not released in arcades or for any non-Sega console or computer. At the time of release it was regarded as the most realistic racing experience on home video game consoles, and the fact that it was endorsed by Ayrton Senna meant the game was very popular. However, due to these celebrity endorsements, it is unlikely Super Monaco GP II will be re-released without cutbacks.

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Experience the heart-stopping action of F-1 racing on the most challenging circuits in the world! You are in control of a precision machine, ready to test your skill and abilities to the limit to win the ultimate prize: The championship cup!

Back to the Future Part II

Back to the Future Part II

Sega Master System - Released - 1990

It's time to go back... Great Scott! Returning from the year 2015, Doc Emmet Brown has some bad news for Marty McFly... His future's in danger unless he can put things right. Guide Marty through five levels in this exciting interpretation of the smash-hit film. Can you assure a safe future for Marty? Or will Biff ensure there's no future at all?

Baku Baku

Baku Baku

Sega Master System - Released - 1996

The Minister approaches the King to tell him that his only daughter, the Princess, wants a new pet. But the King says she already has too many, and she can't take care of so many animals. Thus the Minister purposes a contest of skill and daring to select the Royal Zookeeper. Master Piggy then sends his pupil, Polly, to participate in the contest. Baku Baku Animal/Baku Baku is a variation on the very often copied Tetris type of game. The game has three different play modes: practice, normal and hard. It also can be played by two players against each other (except for the Master System version). The objective is to pair animal heads with their respective food. If a rabbit head comes falling, you must make it fall on a pile of carrot tiles, dog heads with bones, panda heads with bamboos and monkey heads with bananas. There is a bonus item, the "BB coin", which will appear from times to times, and remove piled tiles from the playfield. Removed tiles will be sent to the opponent's playfield all at once, increasing the difficulty of the task. Polly will face several contestants, and she'll win when her opponents get their playfield piled to the top.

Bank Panic

Bank Panic

Sega Master System - Released - 1987

Bandits are holding up a bank and have taken people hostage, and as a gunslinger, it's your job to shoot them. The bank has 12 doors, and the bandits are behind each one of them. When they pull a gun out at you when you open a door, you have only a few seconds to shoot them before they shoot you. If you shoot them too early (ie: before he sticks his gun out at you), it is considered unfair, and you won't score any points, but if you're too late, he'll shoot you and you lose one of your three lives.If you waste too much time, a bandit will come out from one of the doors and stick dynamite on it. You must then shoot the dynamite to get rid of it. If you're lucky, either a man or a woman will throw you a bag of gold coins. If you shoot any of these people by accident, you also lose a life. More often than not, the person will throw his/her hands up, saying "I haven't got anything". That's when they will be replaced by bandits. Some men will carry three to five pieces of gold on top of their heads, and shooting at all of the gold will award you with a bag of gold coins. Others will be tied up with rope. If you shoot the rope, there's more money for you, because not only will you receive one bag of gold coins, but you'll get three bags of gold coins.

Barkley Shut Up and Jam!

Barkley Shut Up and Jam!

Sega Genesis - Released - 1993

Hey, any fool can hoop in some stupid gym. I'm talking Street Ball! No pretty uniforms. NO REFS protecting your sorry self. Just you and me against some of the toughest street legends I've ever had the pleasure of busin' a move on. And THEY AIN'T ABOUT TO TAKE TRASH off some two-inch vertical leapin' momma's boy. You got that? So don't embarrass me. SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT on seven of the nastiest blacktop's this side of North Philly.

Barney's Hide & Seek Game

Barney's Hide & Seek Game

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1993

Barney is a friendly dinosaur who likes playing with children. One day Barney and his little friends decide to play hide-and-seek game. Barney's task is to find the children and the presents they have hidden. Barney travels across four different levels. On each one there are five children and five presents to find. You can only jump in the game when there are higher platforms to access. Despite being a platformer, this is not an action game, since Barney can't die and there is no quick reaction required to complete the game. The game is designed for little children and has a very low difficulty level.

Basketball Nightmare

Basketball Nightmare

Sega Master System - Released - 1989

You are the captain of the Hometown High School's basketball team. You've won the tournament and are trying to win the All-American High School Championship! But then one night you had a very strange dream...

Batman Forever

Batman Forever

Sega Genesis - Released - September 7, 1995

The player plays as either Batman or Robin. There is also a fighting game mode called "training mode" where the player can play as Batman, Robin, or any of the enemies found throughout the game against either a computer-controlled opponent, against a second player, or cooperatively against two computer opponents.

Batman Returns

Batman Returns

Sega CD - Released - March 1, 1993

Frigid winter winds swept over an already chilled Gotham City. Random street crimes were running at an all-time high, despite the holidays. Down below, in the city's frozen sewers, Oswald Cobblepot, known as The Penguin, planned more mayhem and schemed the take over of the fightened metropolis. His loyal army of missle-packing Penguin Commandos and the bizarre Red Triangle Circus Gang are energized by the evil genius of the web-footed orphan. A desperate call to Batman goes up. Partner with Batman to salvage Gotham City from The Penguin's cold-hearted plot. Guide him in swift, life-like moves from dark alleys to rooftops in vivid scenes based on the hit movie, "Batman Returns." Control his combat style, and help conduct relentless interrogations of The Penguins many allies. Use the Batcave computer to input clues, analyze evidence, and review enemy bios. You're in charge of weapons, too. Stock Batman's Utility belt with enough heat to match the diverse fighting styles of The Penguin and cold-blooded, sewer-dwelling minions. Gotham City is in trouble.

Batman Returns

Batman Returns

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Batman really has his work cut out for him this time! There's triple trouble in Gotham City with the Red Triangle Circus Gang, Catwoman and the diabolical Penguin in league to take over the city! Get ready for the fight of your life!

Batman Returns

Batman Returns

Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1992

Leap with Batman into wild acrobatic battle! The Penguin has Gotham City gripped in his twisted flippers. Track the Dark Knight's most feared enemies through intense search-and-destroy danger! Attack the deranged Red Triangle Circus Gang with the Caped Crusader's own weapons. Swing on grappling hooks across collapsing rooftops. Pitch deadly Batarangs. Rage down goon-infested streets in the Batmobile. Waylay mobs of street thugs by hurling smoke bombs, wrist-shields and swarms of bats from Batman's Utility Belt. Dodge Catwoman's slashing claws and swinging kick. Duel with the homicidal Juggler. Fight murderous Gargoyles and machine-gun toting clowns. Then slog through poisoned sewers to a heart-stopping face-off in The Penguin's lair!

Batman Returns

Batman Returns

Sega Game Gear - Released - September 1, 1992

Frigid winter winds swept over an already chilled Gotham City. Random street crimes were running at an all-time high, despite the holidays. Down below, in the city's frozen sewers, Oswald Cobblepot, known as The Penguin, planned more mayhem and schemed the take over of the fightened metropolis. His loyal army of missle-packing Penguin Commandos and the bizarre Red Triangle Circus Gang are energized by the evil genius of the web-footed orphan. A desperate call to Batman goes up. Partner with Batman to salvage Gotham City from The Penguin's cold-hearted plot. Guide him in swift, life-like moves from dark alleys to rooftops in vivid scenes based on the hit movie, "Batman Returns." Control his combat style, and help conduct relentless interrogations of The Penguins many allies. Use the Batcave computer to input clues, analyze evidence, and review enemy bios. You're in charge of weapons, too. Stock Batman's Utility belt with enough heat to match the diverse fighting styles of The Penguin and cold-blooded, sewer-dwelling minions. Gotham City is in trouble.

Battle Arena Toshinden Remix

Battle Arena Toshinden Remix

Sega Saturn - Released - November 24, 1995

Be prepared to meet your maker! Anything goes in this 360-degree tournament fighter - upgraded for Sega Saturn. You've got to pulverize all 9 opponents - including the never-before-seen Kupeed - with a vast array of special combo moves and expert weapons skills! Losing means paying the ultimate price - your life! Includes a never-before-seen new character and tons of deadly new moves! If you are successful, even greater challenges await you as hidden challengers emerge to take you on!

Battlemaniacs

Battlemaniacs

Sega Master System - Released - 1996

The game is titled Battlemaniacs on the title screen and packaging, but is in fact a conversion of Battletoads in Battlemaniacs for the SNES, which has a similar title screen. In this game of up to two players, you control Pimple or Rash. Both Battletoads have combos and moves to help them defeat their enemies. The artistic style is decidedly cartoony, with exaggerated weapons protruding from the 'Toads' limbs to deliver the coup de grâce.

Beavis and Butt-Head

Beavis and Butt-Head

Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1994

This adaptation of the cartoon show Beavis and Butt-Head is a side-view action game with puzzle-solving elements. The goal is to find parts of a torn ticket to the GWAR concert, scattered across the game world. The protagonist duo visits locations such as Turbo Mall 2000, the street, Burger World, hospital, and others. Enemies can be defeated by farting and burping at them.

Black Belt

Black Belt

Sega Master System - Released - July 20, 1986

In this game, you play Riki. Kyoko, your beautiful Japanese girlfriend, has been kidnapped, and in order to rescue her, you must get through a tireless army of enemies. These enemies come equipped with weapons that include whips, knives, swords, and flamethrowers, but Riki has to make do with his well-trained martial arts body. Black Belt is a side-scrolling game that is split into seven chapters. During these chapters, you are fighting Chinese Kung Fu men, wrestlers, jujitsu men, eagles, ninjas, and black women. When you get halfway through the chapter, you will fight a different enemy than one that you encounter before. At the end of each chapter, you have to defeat several bosses before continuing on to the next round. Each type of these has their own personal strengths and weaknesses. Once you touch an enemy or boss, you will lose energy. once you lose all energy, you lose a life, but more life can be restored by getting the cake when it comes across the screen in mid-air, or by defeating an enemy that will come at you halfway and you receive a bonus for doing so. Black Belt is a modified version of the Japanese-exclusive Hokuto no Ken, with the licence removed and new level designs.

Blackthorne

Blackthorne

Sega 32X - Released - October 1, 1995

Through the dark vastness of space, exiled prince Kyle Blackthorne returns to Tuul to avenge his murdered father and restore the shattered Lightstone. The conqueror Sarlac opposes his vicious troops against the enraged prince. But the evil lord will soon find out… an army is not enough against a single fierce fighter with a vengeance!

Body Count

Body Count

Sega Genesis - Released - July 1, 1994

Body Count has a simple story: aliens have invaded the Earth, and a lone soldier who is particularly skilled at shooting and sniping is called to save the planet. The game is an arcade-style shooter. The player shoots from a first person perspective at enemies that keep appearing on the screen. Once a sufficient amount of enemies has been eliminated, the player is automatically transferred to the next fixed screen. On the way the player can pick special items that allow the use of a powerful all-screen attack a limited number of times.

Bonanza Bros.

Bonanza Bros.

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

Robo and Mobo, the infamous bungling burglars, are up to their necks in trouble. The Chief of Police has recruited them to clean up his town. If they fail, they land in jail!

Bonanza Brothers

Bonanza Brothers

Sega Genesis - Released - May 17, 1991

Mobo and Robo Bonanza are enjoying their favorite television show when the picture crackles and a shadowy figure of a mysterious stranger appears on screen. This figure asks them to collect certain items that he has placed inside various buildings to test his security force. If they return the items successfully, Mobo and Robo will be rewarded. The two of them state that they will get the job done in just three minutes. However, little do they know that each building is packed with security guards who will raise the alarm if they are caught red-handed. Fortunately both Mobo and Robo are equipped with bullets that can knock the guards unconscious for a few seconds. An $100 reward will be given out if Mobo and Robo are apprehended. As either Mobo or Robo, you must collect all the treasures before leaving the ten buildings and shoot any security guards that get in your way. Remember that you are under a time limit. An in-game map will help you locate the treasures. There is a bonus stage after three buildings, where the object is to collect the gold bars in a limited amount of time without one of the three spotlights shining on you. If it is possible, hide behind open doors. If you manage to get all the gold bars, 10,000 points is added to your score. There are three of these bonus stages, but each of them varies.

Bonkers: Wax Up!

Bonkers: Wax Up!

Sega Master System - Released - 1995

Madame Who-Said has been coating famous Toons in wax to make statues for her Wax Museum, and the next victim will be Bonkers! Now he needs to stop her, free his pal Lucky and find the Toon Toaster to un-wax the Toons. In this platform game, the player controls Bonkers through several levels where he must find 7 pickle clues. By pressing the pause button, a compass is shown, with the number of remaining clues and the direction of the next one. Bonkers can run (by holding button 1), jump (button 2) , duck and slide (by running and pressing the opposite direction on the d-pad). Bonkers will find several items to restore his health (like cups of coffee, donuts, slices of pizza and badges) as well as some bonus items. He'll also find some of his friends, like Marylin, who'll show him the way to bonus levels, where he must find pieces of the Toon Toaster. In these bonus levels, Bonkers will ride a mine cart in a rail course, trying to collect items. After a row of sub-levels, Bonkers will have to fight a boss, usually villains from the TV show.

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Sega Master System - Released - July 2, 1988

Welcome to the world of Bubble Bobble! Those funny critters, Bubblen and Bobblen are finally making an appearance in the Sega Master system. Play this game and see the wild adventures of Bubblen and Bobblen.

Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble

Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble

Sega Game Gear - Released - July 1, 1996

BUGS BUNNY has dreamed his way into double trouble. A Mad Scientist is after Bugs' brain! To escape, bugs must use the Scientist's Televisor to travel through dreamland and outwit his LOONEY TUNES pals, including DAFFY DUCK, ELMER FUDD, and YOSEMITE SAM. But Bugs' nightmare doesn't end there. Before he can rest, Bugs must rocket to Mars to battle MARVIN THE MARTIAN and his trusty dog K-9. Move fast or... "That's all Folks!"

California Games II

California Games II

Sega Master System - Released - August 1, 1993

Push your courage and cool to their limits in four innovative action sports from California. Showcase your skills speeding around the skateboard track, body boarding on foaming breakers, hang gliding over the ocean and snowboarding down perilous slopes.

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Captain Planet and the Planeteers

Sega Genesis - Released - February 16, 1993

Children growing up in the early 90s were worried about impending environmental doom. The popular Captain Planet cartoons told them they were doomed, unless a superhero could be formed by a multinational group of youths (the Planeteers of the title), to take on the polluters and deforesters. Each of the five levels of this platform game has a specific mission and boss, and is undertaken by a specific Planeteer. These involve destroying hazards, shooting enemies, moving across suspended poles, and jumping onto ledges. You have four energy and four power units - more can be collected up to a limit of 8, and they will always be recharged to four (if necessary) when you reach a boss. You have an unlimited standard shot and a more powerful Super shot, which drains power.

Captain Silver

Captain Silver

Sega Master System - Released - July 2, 1988

You're Jack Avery, a lad with a taste for treasure and high adventure! In this hot Sega adventure you are fast on the trail of the most feared sea pirate's treasure, Captain Silver. It doesn't matter that he's dead. His ghost goes on haunting the treasure... and all who try to find it... with a bloodthirsty vengeance that has chased strong men to their graves! But you have no fear... or do you? With a tattered old treasure map in hand, you must track down the sea dog's golden board, battling creatures both from this world and from beyond the grave! You'll start the game with your trusty cutlass and your wits. Fight well and you'll be able to increase the power of your sword, or purchase special powers to slow down the hands of time and make yourself temporarily invisible. Wield your cutlass well and you'll face the ghost of the Captain himself... with a chance to own all his buried treasure. But fail in your quest, and who knows what spirits will haunt you?

Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum

Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum

Sega Master System - Released - September 1, 1997

Pedro, Biba and Zequinha went to play in the Castle as they always do. Once inside, Zequinha went to the kitchen and saw a jug with some kind of juice inside it. Not thinking twice, he drank it, only to discover it was one of Dr. Vitor potions, which turned him into a baby once again! Now Pedro and Biba must find 4 ingredients to make an antidote to the potion. Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum (Ra-Tim-Bum Castle) is an action/adventure game based on a quite popular educative Brazilian TV series, produced during the mid 90's but aired as late as 2007. The player can chose to play either Pedro or Biba to search for the ingredients through five levels. The main difference between the two is that Biba is a little faster than Pedro. Each level involves some platforming and minor puzzle solving elements, like jumping over the right sequence of platforms, or finding food inside the kitchen's drawers in the right order. To enter each level, the player must choose the right door, based on the doorkeeper's tips. The player has three lives and a health bar, and continues are available. All the text in game is in Portuguese.

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Sega Master System - Released - 1991

The evil Witch Mizrabel is jealous and has kidnapped Minnie. It is up to you to help Mickey rescue her. To unlock Mizrabel's wicked grip, Mickey must run, climb and leap his way through all the Rooms of Illusion, and by defeating the many protectors of each Master you can fight for the ownership of the gems. Your goal: Gather seven magical gems and win Minnie's freedom! Be on your guard! Behind every door lurks on enchanted land of beauty and danger. You must defeat angry chess knights, overcome the evil haunted trees, and do bottle with ghoulish ghosts and a deadly dragon. No place is safe - even the library is fraught with danger! Then, just when you think you've mastered the Illusions, you come face to face with the most dangerous of them all - Witch Mizrabel! Playing three levels in the practice mode will prepare you for the challenge you will face. Think you can handle the challenge? Mickey could sure use your help.

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Sega Game Gear - Released - March 21, 1991

Minnie Mouse has been kidnapped by the evil witch Mizrabel, and it's up to Mickey Mouse to venture through the mysterious worlds of the Castle of Illusion to rescue her in this 2D platformer (and collaboration between Disney and Sega).

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse

Sega Genesis - Released - November 21, 1990

The search is on! Mickey Tackles magnificent lands where fantasy and danger become real. A waterspout whirls Mickey around. A frantic Toyland suddenly flips upside down. To stay on his feet, Mickey runs, leaps, and bounces, slinging apples and marbles at his enemies. Mickey is on the trail of a wicked Witch named Mizrabel, who has kidnaped Minnie. Mickey must find seven gems hidden in the fantastic chambers and underground mazes of Mizrabel's Castle of Illusion and use them to save Minnie. In this scary adventure, Mickey must brave chomping Bonefish, vaporous Ghosts, and taunting Bats. He must battle knights and leaping dragons! Wobble with Mickey on floating leaves, but look out for spiders! Venture into a looney library where even the books attack! Then, get ready to challenge your most dangerous foe, evil Witch Mizrabel herself!

Chakan

Chakan

Sega Genesis - Released - November 1, 1992

Chakan is a somewhat unorthodox platform game with its mix of relentless difficulty, spell crafting and dark themes. In the game you're controlling Chakan whose been cursed to not die. In order for him to rest in peace, he'll have to go through many levels of hack and slash platforming. The ultimate goal is defeat all the primary realms and achieve inner-peace. Through your travels you have to defeat bosses in each of the four realms of air, water, fire and earth to proceed and acquire weapons that'll help you on progress in other realms. Chakan can acquire the mallet, scythe, grappling hook and axe along with his standard swords and depending on what weapons is equipped, different abilities are unlocked. Some weapons allows for double jumping for instance, while others can tear down walls. Furthermore, the player is able to collect potions that can be used in alchemy. By pressing "Start" at any time, one can create various spells that enhance the character like higher jumping, putting fire on your blades or even invisibility. Some levels actually requires you to use specific spells to progress, forcing you to think outside the borders of a normal platform game. On top of all this, there's an imposed time limit on each level. From box: THE FOREVER MAN "Darkness falls upon the land as I await the return of the visions that have haunted my nights. Many years have passed since my arrogance doomed me to this life I now live, for I am condemned to walk the countryside until I can overcome the visions that keep me from my rest... I can rely on only my swords and my knowledge of alchemy to release me from these bonds of time." Slash out with Chakan's double flaming swords and Incredible spinning attacks. Your weapons are alchemy and Immense power. Your enemies are the inhuman Royalty of Supernatural Horror. Dive through punishing mazes, battling the fire breathing zombles. 12 mystic alchemies conjure up phsychic passage ways to travel through time and space and create potions of invisibility. Float under a fiend filled sea and hack away at the Dragonfly King and his hideous Castle of Monsters

Chapolim X Drácula: Um Duelo Assustador

Chapolim X Drácula: Um Duelo Assustador

Sega Master System - Released - June 1, 1994

Vampires' population in Transilvania has increased a lot lately, and there's not enough human blood to feed them all. To solve this demographic problem comes Chapolim! Chapolim X Drácula: Um Duelo Assustador (which translates Chapolim vs. Dracula: A Frightening Duel) is an authorized "hack" of Ghost House, with Ghost House's hero, Mick, replaced by Chapolim (or El Chapulín Colorado in original Spanish), a famous Mexican character from a TV series. Chapolim is a parody to superheroes in general. He dresses a red grasshopper costume with a yellow heart in the chest with the leters "CH". He also usually carries his Marreta Biônica (Chipote Chillón in the original, Squeaky Mallet in English) a red (toy) hammer. At each stage, Chapolim must defeat five vampires that are in torpor within their coffins. The coffins are locked, so he must first find the keys to unlock them. He'll find the keys killing the most diverse enemies that haunt the mansion he's in, such as ghosts, bats, fire blowers, mummies, etc. Once he's got a key, he must unlock a coffin and then defeat the vampire who sleeps there. In order to kill his enemies, Chapolim can jump over them or punch them. Every once in a while, his Marreta Biônica will come flying from one side of the screen to another, and if he jumps over it, he'll catch it. Chapolim can also punch the lights of the mansion: they'll flash and paralyze his enemies. Chapolim starts with 3 lives and no continues. He'll be healed by collecting treasures through the castle, and will gain additional lives at every 50,000 and 150,000 points. All the text in the game is in Portuguese.

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Sega Game Gear - February 1, 1995

Arriba, arriba, arriba! Speedy is living peacefully with his friends - when suddenly enters the dastardly Dr. Cheesefinger (aka Sylvester). Help Speedy Gonzales overcome the callous cat's hidden traps, rescue his girlfriend Carmel, and restore the village cheese supply!

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Sega Master System - Released - 1995

Sylvester's alter-ego, the dastardly Dr. Cheesefinger, has "kitnapped" the cheese supply and Speedy Gonzales' girlfriend, Carmel. Can this "speedy mouse" outwit the callous cat and rescue the village cheese supply?

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales

Sega Genesis - Released - February 1, 1995

Hola! Sylvester's alter-ego, Dr Cheesefinger, has captured Speedy's girlfriend Carmel and took the whole cheese supply with him. With the help of some other Looney Tunes characters, you can fight back through a large number of platform levels. Speedy can throw his hat or jump enemies to defeat them. To get an ally, you need to collect certain objects (e.g. carrots for Bugs Bunny) and in the meantime, you also have to free your captured friends. Ay, carumba!

Chicago Syndicate

Chicago Syndicate

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1995

Chicago Syndicate is a spin-off of the Eternal Champions universe, now in the form of an horizontal beat 'em up. In this game you will take the role of Larcen Tyler, the character known in the original game for working as a gangster in the Chicago of the 1920s, but who after the attempt on his life by his boss, will now be in the opposite side, that of an anti-Mafia crusader. Corruption and violence have taken hold of Chicago, six powerful gangster bosses control the streets. In your hands will be to turn Chicago into a peaceful place again. For this, you count with a varied selection of weapons and 60 different moves. The action takes place in several zones with different gang activity, and you can enter or leave any of them anytime, depending in your preferences.

Choplifter

Choplifter

Sega Master System - Released - September 1, 1986

Man a chopper in the nation's top action adventure. The leading home computer game in the U.S. has just become even better. With more detailed graphics. More geographic locations. Even more challenging maneuvers. If you're not familiar with the scenario, here's how it goes: Pockets of international hostages are trapped. All across the world. In the Middle East. In the South Seas. And in a secret base somewhere in a cavern. You man a helicopter rescue team. And your job is to take your helicopter down, rescue the hostages and fly them back to safety. All the while dodging and destroying dangerous enemy fire. An action packed helicopter game at its best.

Chuck Rock

Chuck Rock

Sega Game Gear - Released - September 1, 1992

Once upon a rock, there was a primitive prince charming who was more evoled than the rest. His name: Chuck Rock. It's no wonder Ophelia fell for him like a two-ton boulder. They were living happily ever after until Gary Critter-one of Ophelia's many suitors-decided he had to have the lovely Ophelia for himself. So now it's time for you and Chuck to go Critter-hunting.

Chuck Rock

Chuck Rock

Sega CD - Released - January 15, 1993

Chuck Rock is your typical average cave man. He likes to spend his Sunday afternoons watching football and drinking beer. Unfortunately, his peaceful existence is interrupted one day when his wife, Ophelia Rock, is kidnapped by the village wierdo, Gary Gritter. So, Chuck is rather upset about this whole situation and you have to help him make things right. The game is a side-scrolling platformer. Chuck fights of a variety of dinosaurs using his belly-buster attack and a jump kick. Occasionally he has to pick up and throw rocks to defeat enemies and allow him to jump to greater heights.

Chuck Rock

Chuck Rock

Sega Master System - Released - 1992

Unga Bunga! Chuck Rock's wife, Ophelia, has been captured by that no-good Gary Gritter. Can Chuck belly-butt his way through five increasingly challenging stages, each one packed with dozens of deranged dinosaurs and surprises galore? Or is his love destined to end up on the rocks?

Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck

Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Eighteen months after his victory over Gary Gritter, Chuck Rock is now the owner of the hugely succesful 'Chucks Motors' and has become a father. Kidnapped by his evil enemy Brick Jagger, Chuck Rock is likely to become Chuck Dust unless somebody rescues him... A sudden crash as Chuck Junior bursts from his play pen "Goo Goo Gaa Gaa, I'll be back."

Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck

Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck

Sega CD - Released - November 1, 1993

The story in this Chuck Rock game takes up a little while after the end of the first game. As you may remember, Chuck Rock had to rescue his girl, Ophelia from the bad dude Gary Gritter. Well, he was successful in his efforts, and now Chuck and Ophelia are married. Eventually, they have a son, named Junior. Chuck works in a factory, where he develops great skill at carving automobiles out of stone. A rival manufacturer becomes jealous of Chuck's abilities and kidnaps him. Now it is up to Junior to rescue his dad! The gameplay in this sequel is similar to the first game, but with some minor differences since you are playing as Junior, rather than Chuck. This is a side-scrolling platform game with occasional rock-moving puzzles thrown in. Unlike Chuck, Junior carries a club that gives his attacks further reach.

Columns

Columns

Sega Game Gear - Released - October 6, 1990

Drift back in time to ancient Phoenicia and challenge yourself with Columns, an addictive game played by Middle Eastern merchants centuries ago. In this mesmerizing pastime, tinker with your riches to align glittering jewels across, down, or diagonally.

Columns

Columns

Sega Genesis - Released - June 30, 1990

Drift back to ancient Phoenicia and challenge yourself with Columns, a game favored by middle eastern merchants. In this mesmerizing pastime, tinker with your riches to align glittering jewels across, down, or diagonally. As you line up colors, the gems vanish and more sparklers drop from above. The challenge increases as the jewels fall more rapidly. You must quickly align them before the columns reach the top. You don't have to be a joystick whiz to excel, even at the hardest levels. Try Flash Columns and make a flashing jewel disappear before time runs out. Enjoy solitary games, or play with a friend. Imagine yourself on the warm Mediterranean coast, or drifting over a languid sea. Forget the passage of time, and tickle your mind with Columns, the brilliant game of strategy and skill.

Comix Zone

Comix Zone

Sega Genesis - Released - August 2, 1995

ENTER THE COMIX ZONE: THE FIRST TRULY INTERACTIVE COMIC BOOK! Play as Sketch Turner, a street-wise comic book artist who gets trapped in the comic book world of his own creation. Warp into the Comix Zone with all the action and adventure of your favorite comics! Battle panel by panel through full comic book pages drawn by real comic book artists! Sharpen your fighting skills to defeat mutant enemies drawn in by Mortus, public enemy no. 1. Rip up the page with superhero power-ups and tons of intense fighting moves!

Command & Conquer

Command & Conquer

Sega Saturn - Released - December 6, 1996

Command & Conquer develops ideas from Westwood's previous game Dune 2, forming a real-time strategy (RTS) game. The control system involves selecting units with the mouse and then directing them, while the opponents make their moves without waiting for a "turn" to end. The game focuses on a war between two organizations, The Brotherhood of Nod and the Global Defense Initiative. The player can take control of either side for more than 15 missions. Both have different units and structures, including artillery, tanks and light infantry. In most missions, a base needs to be built first in order to build new units and structures. Most important are the harvesters, which collect Tiberium and deliver it to a refinery, where it's converted into money, thus funding the construction of a base and an army. The game also features FMV mission briefings and victory cutscenes.

Cosmic Carnage

Cosmic Carnage

Sega 32X - Released - December 1, 1994

Cosmic Carnage is a one-on-one fighting game set in outer space. The story begins as a prison barge is hijacked by it's cargo in an escape attempt. The resulting chaos caused the barge to crash into a military cruiser. The impact caused extensive damage to both ships. There were only 8 survivors, 4 from each ship. What's worse, there's only one escape pod. You control one of the 8 survivors, and have to finish off all the others to escape with your life.

CrossFire

CrossFire

Sega Genesis - Released - March 29, 1991

Fly a helicopter into hostile territory to rescue hostages and make some money on the side. The places the player can choose to fly into are Guatemara (Engrish for Guatemala), Cuba, and Panama. Missions are broken down into three different parts. The first part involves flying a helicopter taking out various enemies. The second part has the player flying a super helicopter into the enemies base. The third part has the player taking control of a soldier on the ground taking out enemies in the base. While on the ground, the player can call in help from the copter only for a limited number of times. Also while on the ground the player can rescue hostages.

Crystal's Pony Tale

Crystal's Pony Tale

Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1994

In this game, you play the role of the Crystal Pony. One day, her pony friends decide to make a party in a nearby castle. But an evil witch has captured and imprisoned all the ponies. The only pony who is still free is Crystal Pony. She must now carefully explore the surroundings, find gems that are scattered in various places, and use them in places where the ponies are captured to release them. You navigate your pony through various locations, collecting horseshoes on your way and "paying" them at level gates to pass to another location. You can explore the locations in any order you wish, traveling directly between them or using teleportation pictures. The game has more adventure than action elements. Crystal Pony cannot die in the game; if an enemy hits her, she merely loses one of her horseshoes. The only battles are against the witch, occurring every time you use a gem at the correct place. The pony would automatically jump over obstacles, but you can also make her jump with a corresponding button. You can get extra items by interacting with various objects and characters, pressing the action button.

Cyborg Justice

Cyborg Justice

Sega Genesis - Released - April 1, 1993

In the near future, anarchy reigns supreme and nobody is safe. Cyborgs control the streets and they enforce their rules the only way they know how: through CYBORG JUSTICE. Now's your chance to create your very own cyborg and enter it in the ultimate fighting competition. You can mix and match parts for your cyborg to form a fighting machine that matches your fighting style. There are 216 different cyborg possibilities in all, meaning you're sure to find one that fits your needs. Whether you plan to use weapons, hand-to-hand combat, or an even mix of the two, you'll have quite a fight on your hands once you step into the arena. And if you long for some human competition, challenge a friend to a duel so you can determine who can really deliver CYBORG JUSTICE.

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

Presenting the world famous Daify Duck P.I. Armed with your lethal bubble gun search the Hollywood film sets for Yosemite Sam's Golden Cartoon World Movie Awards and the despicable Mad Professor Duck Brain.

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Daffy Duck in Hollywood

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

The Looney Tunes platformer Daffy Duck in Hollywood received a unique version for Sega's 8-bit systems. While similar in story, concept and themes to the Mega Drive version, the 8-bit version has unique level designs and also several differences in gameplay. Players control Daffy Duck, who is hired to reacquire Yosemite Sam's Golden Cartoon Movie Awards, stolen by the nefarious Doctor Duck Brain. Daffy has to make his way through six different worlds of three levels each. Each world is based on a movie genre including western, horror, adventure, sci-fi and more. At the beginning of the game, the six levels of the first two worlds can be selected in any order. Completing all six unlocks the levels of the next two worlds.

Dark Wizard

Dark Wizard

Sega CD - Released - November 12, 1993

You take on the role of one of four playable main characters and must re-conquer the land that has already fallen into Velonese's hands and find a way to defeat him and prevent Arliman's resurrection. The four main characters feature largely different stories, however, every game begins with the King's death and your character becoming the new ruler of Cheshire.

David Robinson's Supreme Court

David Robinson's Supreme Court

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1992

David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game with both exhibition and tournament modes. Choose one out of four fictional teams and then draft various skilled fictional players onto the team. Exhibition mode lets the player choose to either player 3 on 3 or 5 on 5 while tournament mode only allows for 5 on 5 play. The game also features a roleplaying mode where the player takes the role of and controls only one player on the court. Tournament mode lets the players team play the three other teams with the prize being a chance to go up against David Robinson's All-Stars. Speaking of which, David Robinson offers commentary at the halftime of games.

DEcapAttack

DEcapAttack

Sega Genesis - Released - October 1, 1991

Go ahead...Hurl your head. It's OK..You've got another one. Use it to squelch pop-eyed super-slugs — and lots of other ghouls, goblins and creepy creations. You're Chuck D. Head. And you're beheaded for a bone-chilling adventure. Boing off a pole. Leap across collapsing log bridges. Bop atop a roving eyeball. Then punch a skull head for extra propulsion. Or start a psychedelic earthquake in Dr. Frank N. Stein's lab. Ghastly creatures prowl Eyeland's body parts. Totem poles bury you alive. Horned beasts lash their tongues. Finally, meet Max D.Cap. And remember: if he spooks you...it's all in your head.

Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck

Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck

Sega Master System - Released - 1994

Uncle Scrooge found a magical necklace on a mysterious island, but the necklace put a curse on him. Now Uncle Scrooge is doomed to float around in the air forever! (Of course Donald always said Scrooge was full of hot air anyway!) To take the curse off Uncle Scrooge, Donald has to take the necklace back to the island. But there's plenty of danger awaiting Donald there. How about lending him a hand?

Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Sega Genesis - Released - February 1, 1995

Play either the Road Runner OR Wile E. Coyote in this unique side-scroller that is just like an interactive Saturday morning cartoon. Your goal: run through six different desert environments before time expires, collecting ACME stamps. As the Road Runner, speed is your ally as you do incredible jumps, burn though loop-de-loops, and avoid all of the Coyote's contraptions and ambushes. The Road Runner can also scare an unsuspecting Coyote with his Beep-Beep attack. As the Coyote, you use Acme's crazy gadgets to catch the Road Runner, constantly attempting to master their power without getting yourself flattened. The Coyote has a special leap attack which allows him to make a last ditch attempt to grab the bird!

Desert Speedtrap starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Desert Speedtrap starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Sega Master System - Released - 1993

Road Runner is a freewheeling bird, just speeding down the road and minding his own business. But Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner's old foe, has decided that he's hungry for some roast Road Runner. Wile E. will stop at nothing to dine on Road Runner, but with a little luck — and a little help from you — Road Runner may just be able to outsmart that crafty coyote!

Desert Speedtrap starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Desert Speedtrap starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 1, 1993

Road Runner is a freewheeling bird, just speeding down the road and minding his own business. But Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner's old foe, has decided that he's hungry for some roast Road Runner. Wile E. will stop at nothing to dine on Road Runner, but with a little luck - and a little help from you - Road Runner may just be able to outsmart that crafty coyote!

Dick Tracy

Dick Tracy

Sega Master System - Released - 1990

Calling Dick Tracy! Calling Dick Tracy! The mob's got the city by the throat! The next move's yours. You've got to grapple with the meanest guys around and break this crime ring before it breaks you! You've got pistols, machine guns, dynamite fists, and the law. The mob's got Molotov cocktails, a trainload of nitro and bad intentions. Shoot it out with the likes of Lips Mantis, Flattop, The Brow, and Pruneface. Hong onto the side of a speeding car in frenzied street gunbattles. Blast'em in alleys, railyards, and warehouses. Hit the right targets on the gun range and get more time to fight. Clean up the town's seamy side. Then rip into the rocketeers at the Ritz. Blast your way to the final showdown with Big Boy Caprice. Think you're tough? Here's your chance to prove it, Dick Tracy.

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