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California Games II

California Games II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

Prepare to shred dudes and dudettes (and we don't mean cheese). Hang Gliding target practice, Skateboarding in the aqueducts, Snowboarding on Mt. Shasta, Bodyboarding in Santa Cruz and Jet Surfing on Monterey Bay await your most excellent presence. Up to eight different people can play in the competition. Get the highest overall score and you can become the Supreme Dude or Dudette of the beach. Just show Zak what you're made of. He's the guru who hands out the points. But don't worry, he's real easy to impress...Not!

Firestriker

Firestriker

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994

Long ago, on a distant world, there were four kingdoms governed by four constantly fighting tribes. One day the Arch-Mage Wylde proposed a solution to the constant battling. He offered to bestow the title of FireStriker and ruler of the four tribes, upon the one who could control the elemental orb of fire known as the Trialight. However, the Arch-Mage Wylde had a hidden purpose. His true reason for bringing peace to the world was so he could destroy all four kingdoms at once. Now, Slader, the last FireStriker, has offered to risk his life in the battle against Wylde and his monsters. The...

Lazlos' Leap

Lazlos' Leap

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1992

Somewhere in Middle Europe, Professor Laslos sat alone...lost in a game of his own creation. The more this mathematician and Game Boy player pondered his next move, the deeper he slipped into thought. His game is now known as "Lazlos' Leap." What a mind game! Puzzle No. 100 is the most challenging of all. Take your time as long as the batteries last. Take your best shot at 100 mind-boggling puzzles with a checker-like play. Each puzzle displays a unique marble pattern in which you must jump and eliminate all of the marbles on the board. There is one catch...the last marble must end up in...

Lester the Unlikely

Lester the Unlikely

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1994

Marooned on a tropical island far from home, Lester faces it all with the courage of a small frightened rodent. Our unlikely hero has as much trouble walking as he does facing treacherous obstacles. It's the ultimate "geek to greatness" adventures as you guide Lester through his rite of passage. Help him face the terrors of the beach, the haunting chills of the underworld and the dreaded pirates of the south seas. Do all of this and Lester just might make it home, maybe even a little cooler than when he started. There's just one catch though, Lester can be slightly opinionated when it comes to...

Ranma 1/2: Hard Battle

Ranma 1/2: Hard Battle

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 25, 1992

In a remote part of China is the fabled "Training Ground of the Accursed Springs." There are over one hundred springs there, each with its own mysterious legend. It is believed that anyone that falls into one will be transformed into the being haunting the spring. Without realizing the curse, Ranma and his father Genma, begin their martial arts exercises...unaware of the fate to come.

Square Deal

Square Deal

Nintendo Game Boy - April 1, 1992

Square Deal is a card based game based on poker. 52 cards are shuffled and then the top 4 cards are shown. The cards drop from the screen 1 at a time. There is a 5 x 5 grid that these cards are put into. In order to get the cards to disappear a poker hand must be lined up. Hands can only appear vertically or horizontally. The objective is to eliminate all 52 cards. If this is done, you advance to the next level. Levels differ in difficulty by speeding up the descent of the cards and limiting the amount of time you can pause the game to make decisions.

Sumo Fighter

Sumo Fighter

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 1, 1993

Despite what the title may indicate, Sumo Fighter is not a sports game but a side-scrolling platformer. The player takes the role of a sumo wrestler who has to cross five levels (each with three stages plus a boss) to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend. The protagonist has two means of attack: his fists and a stomp attack which, in addition to the damage, can stun enemies. Experience points are awarded for killing enemies, solving hidden mini games and collecting power-ups like health refreshments or temporary invincibility. Eventually this leads to a level up and the player can choose to upgrade...

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