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Alien Incident

Alien Incident

MS-DOS - Released - April 10, 1996

Capture the excitement of everyone's childhood dream - to single-handedly save the world from Alien intruders! Experience the adventure of a lifetime as you enter the world of strange and bizarre characters, aliens and heroes all cast in beautifully detailed settings conjuring up images of alien world, ghosts, goblins and mad scientists. Watch this dazzling world unfold as you, Benjamin, race against time to save your uncle from a race of aliens who have been catapulted 60 million light years into your backyard through a wormhole created by your uncle's latest invention - the Wormhole...

American Gladiators

American Gladiators

Sega Genesis - Released - February 1, 1993

American Gladiators is licensed from the popular TV show of the same name. It features a series of events testing players' strength, speed and skill against a trained team of ten 'Gladiators', five male and five female. The female characters are Ice, Gold, Lace, Blaze and Zap, most of them know by their bodybuilding achievements. Main male characters are Turbo, Nitro (he featured several US National TV commercials), Gemini, Thunder and Laser (Mr. Montana on 1986).

American Gladiators

American Gladiators

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 13, 1993

Television's most innovative sports event, AMERICAN GLADIATORS, is now the most innovative sports game available for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Seven events including: The WaII, The Joust, The Assault, Human Cannonball, Atlasphere, Powerball and the Eliminator are all captured with digitized photography, and life-size combat. We've included all of the action, drama, and competitiveness, right down to the personalities and profiles of all the real-life Gladiators. Nitro, Ice, Laser, Thunder, Gold, Turbo, Zap, Lace, Blaze, and Gemini are all here, and just like their television...

American Gladiators

American Gladiators

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1991

American Gladiators is licensed from the popular TV show of the same name. It features a series of events testing players' strength, speed and skill against a trained team of ten 'Gladiators', five male and five female. The female characters are Ice, Gold, Lace, Blaze and Zap, most of them know by their bodybuilding achievements. Main male characters are Turbo, Nitro (he featured several US National TV commercials), Gemini, Thunder and Laser (Mr. Montana on 1986).

Berlitz French Translator

Berlitz French Translator

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1991

Berlitz French Translator is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Imagineering Inc and published by GameTek, which was released in 1991.

Berlitz Spanish Translator

Berlitz Spanish Translator

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1991

Berlitz Spanish Translator is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Imagineering Inc and published by GameTek, which was released in 1991.

Brutal: Above the Claw

Brutal: Above the Claw

Sega 32X - Released - March 1, 1995

Under the watchful eye of the great master Dali Llama, the worlds greatest martial artists would return to a place they knew well… Brutal Island. Each will use their own unique mental and physical martial arts style and training, in a tournament to prove the worlds one true champion. Brutal: Above the Claw, is a brilliantly rendered game of humorous cartoon style combat, combined with depth, philosophy, and an attention to detail not found in any other fighting game. Go ahead and Unleash the Animal, it’s time to get Brutal.

Brutal: Paws of Fury

Brutal: Paws of Fury

Sega CD - Released - November 1, 1994

Brutal: Paws of Fury is a standard one-on-one beat 'em up across a variety of levels, with mostly outdoor terrain. You can choose of the many characters. Throughout the game, your character travels across Dalai Llama's island, fighting a series of duels before getting to the final showdown.

Brutal: Paws of Fury

Brutal: Paws of Fury

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994

Brutal: Paws of Fury is a standard one-on-one beat 'em up across a variety of levels, with mostly outdoor terrain. You can choose of the many characters. Throughout the game, your character travels across Dalai Llama's island, fighting a series of duels before getting to the final showdown.

Brutal: Paws of Fury

Brutal: Paws of Fury

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Across the world, invitations were delivered. Under the watchful eye of the great master Dali Llama, the worlds greatest martial artists would return to a place they knew well.. Brutal Island. Each will use their own unique mental and physical martial arts style and training in a tournament to prove the worlds one true champion.

Classic Concentration

Classic Concentration

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1990

Concentration was a popular game show in the mid-to-late 1980s and this game was adapted from that television program. Two players can play against each other, or one person can play against a computer generated opponent. The answer to the puzzle is hidden by tiles. The tiles have words denoting game prizes ("Mexico", "Camera", "Telescope", for example) and your object is to find the two matching worded tiles. Exposing two at a time, your memory is taxed as more prize tiles are revealed and then covered over again. As more tiles are matched, the hidden puzzle is revealed. Solve the puzzle and...

Double Dare

Double Dare

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1988

The video game version of Double Dare played exactly like its television counterpart. Rounds one and two were 10-question trivia rounds, each of which started with a toss-up challenge. Round three – the obstacle course – featured eight stages to be completed within 60 seconds. Toss-up challenges determined which team got initial control of the trivia round. To complete a toss-up, each player had to determine the precise speed and angle of whatever object they were throwing to hit a target. Physical challenges were played the same way. All questions were multiple choice, and each player could...

Elite Soccer

Elite Soccer

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1994

Play Elite Soccer and revel in the greatest soccer tournament on earth! Experience the ultimate soccer game on your Game Boy. Take your favorite international team on a journey through the most prestigious soccer tournament in the world. The World Cup! - World Cup tournament incorporates 24 international teams. - Every detail and aspect of the game can be user-defined. - World League and Knockout tournaments also included - Accurate animations give an unrivaled 3D visual feel to the game. - Team edit options allow you to choose from your own team's players.

Elite Soccer

Elite Soccer

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 17, 1994

Play Elite Soccer and revel in the greatest soccer tournament on earth! Experience the ultimate soccer game on your Super Nintendo. Take your favorite international team on a journey through the most prestigious soccer tournament in the world. The World Cup!

Family Feud

Family Feud

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - 1993

Get ready to participate in the wildest feud since the Hatfields and McCoys. Over 4,000 new survey questions taken right from the hit television show. Play alone or with up to nine friends. You battle family against family in guessing the top survey responses from people across the country. This all new version for the Super Nintendo features the Fast-Money Bull's-Eye Round from the newest television format, brilliant graphics and authentic theme music and sound effects. Don't just keep up with the Joneses, beat the pants off 'em, with this all-new FAMILY FEUD.

Family Feud

Family Feud

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1993

The rules conforms to the shows, divided into rounds until a family reaches 300 points and the "Three Strikes" rule. It also featured the new "Bulls Eye Round" that was introduced to the show at the time. To answer questions, the player uses the D-pad to move a cursor and pressing the required button in order to select that letter and spell out their answer. Players can also battle each other as well as customize their family to their liking, from their appearance, hobbies, intelligence and occupations and customize the rules to suit the player.

Family Feud

Family Feud

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - January 1, 1994

This game is based on the television game show, Family Feud. The game supports both single player and multiplayer. Contestants choose the best answers based on the questions asked by the virtual game show host. The game features families that are in full motion video and the host ask questions in a digitized voice. Besides having the regular rounds, the game also has the Bullseye Round and the Fast Money Round. There are 5 levels of computer intelligence to play against.

Family Feud

Family Feud

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

In the NES version of Family Feud, the game tried to recreate the look and feel from the original Richard Dawson-hosted series, even going as far as to include a Dawson-like host who kissed the female characters in the game. (This differed from the game's packaging, which used the set from the Ray Combs era.) One or two players could play. Just like the show, the object was to come up with answers to survey questions posed to 100 people. Correct answers were worth money, with $200 winning the game and the right to play Fast Money for $5,000, which was played exactly the same way as on the...

Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue

Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1988

In Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue, the player controls a fireman driving a firetruck. Both the fireman and the firetruck bear the familiar style of the popular Fisher-Price toy line. The object of the game is to rescue pets from trees and people from houses in the immediate neighborhood. There are 2 parts to this task: the first part involves navigating the maze-like streets from an overhead perspective in order to find the troubled residence. Once the house is reached, the second part of the job is to maneuver the firetruck's ladder underneath the person or animal in need of rescue, from a...

Fisher-Price: I Can Remember

Fisher-Price: I Can Remember

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990

To play I Can Remember, you have to concentrate! Can you remember what you see? Can you remember where you saw it? Choose a number and look at the picture that's revealed underneath. Then choose another number and look at that picture. Do they match? If they do, they'll stay turned up. If they don't, they'll turn down again and your opponent gets to pick two more. Keep picking pairs until all the pictures are matched and the entire game board is uncovered. Play alone, play against a friend or even the computer. As you get better, the boards get harder, with more numbers and more pictures to...

Fisher-Price: Perfect Fit

Fisher-Price: Perfect Fit

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990

Dropping down the Perfect Fit game chute are familiar, everyday objects such as letters, numbers, figures, and lots of familiar Fisher-Price toys. Inside the game board are outlines of these same objects, just waiting for you to move the pictures into their correct outlines. Play at your own level, from simple matches to matches requiring up-down or side-to-side flips. Play alone and better your time, or play against a friend or even the computer to see who's quicker. Whichever way you do it, it's great fun!

Frantic Flea

Frantic Flea

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 1, 1996

Take control of Frantic Flea and save your Miniflea buddies from the Evil Insideos that are slowly taking over the Flea Homeworld! Only your expert gameplaying skills can rid the planet of the purple alien menace...are you up to the challenge? Frantic Flea features amazing cartoon-quality graphics...making it feel like you're playing a real animated cartoon! Some of the features within the game include... - Massive sprites with hundreds of animation frames for a fluid, lifelike quality. - Interactive 'Insideo' villians - you'll actually see them pick up and carry away your Miniflea...

Frontier: Elite II

Frontier: Elite II

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1993

There is no plot within Frontier, nor are there pre-scripted missions (as there are in its sequel, First Encounters). Instead, players explore space while trading legally or illegally, carrying out missions for the military, ferrying passengers from system to system, engaging in piracy or any combination of the above. As a consequence, Frontier cannot be completed or "won", and players instead decide what to aspire to and set out to achieve it. In Frontier, the player begins in the year 3200 and assumes the role of one of Commander Jameson's grandchildren, having inherited one hundred...

Gadget Twins

Gadget Twins

Sega Genesis - August 13, 1992

Late one night, the malevolent Thump enters the Gadget Kingdom's castle and steals the Gadget King's gem. The king wakes up the next morning to find that his gem was stolen. The king then summons Bop and Bump to reclaim his stolen possession from Thump. Gameplay consists of flying through six air and water levels: Gadget Bay, Zeppelin Attack, The Lost City, Sub Attack, The Crystal Lake and Thump's World. Although the game continually scrolls throughout its stages, the player can fly in all directions on the screen. Bop and Bump come equipped with a spring glove mechanism that lets the...

Go To The Head Of The Class: Deluxe Edition

Go To The Head Of The Class: Deluxe Edition

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A digital conversion of a roll-and-move board game published originally by the company Milton Bradley (now owned by Hasbro). It was last produced by Winning Moves USA in 2013 . The game was released originally circa 1940 and remains in print. The game board is designed to look like a top view of a school classroom with the teacher's blackboard at one end.[2] Original tokens were cardboard images of adult and children affixed to wooden or plastic bases. Players can advance to the "head of the class" by moving tokens from desk to desk as a result of answering questions correctly. The game...

Hard Rock Cab

Hard Rock Cab

Sony Playstation - Released - February 16, 1996

Like today's Detroit, KEMO city was known for the manufacture of hovercars, meeting the country's demands for transportation until 2022. Over time, however, KEMO's crime rate had risen so far that the economy collapsed and the city descended into disorder. Criminals roamed the streets in armored hovercars, terrorizing the citizens of KEMO without fear of retribution. In 2029, OmniCorp promised city officials that it could clean up KEMO and return it to normal. The offer was accepted, and the corporation began the construction of a massive wall around the city under the guise of a "defensive...

Harlem Globetrotters

Harlem Globetrotters

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1991

Those international superstars of basketball, the Harlem Globetrotters, are here! Now you can play with 1, 2, or 3 friends, or against computer-selected opponents, and perform the antics made famous over the past 65 years by the irrepressible Clown Princes of Basketball. Choose to play as a Harlem Globetrotter or face off against them. In either case, you'll combine awesome basketball skills with high hilarity. It's unpredictable! It's unequaled! It's an action-packed entertainment treat for "kids" of all ages!

Hollywood Squares

Hollywood Squares

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1989

Hollywood Squares is a NES puzzle game based on the television game show of the same name. Players have to either agree or disagree with fictitious celebrities to earn squares and make tic-tac-toe. Much like the TV series, winning one of the first two games is worth $500, the third game is worth $1,000 and the second game is always the "Secret Square" game. The winner then goes on to the bonus round, where they have to choose one of five keys and insert it into the proper car among the five offered. This version was based on the 1980's version hosted by John Davidson

The Humans

The Humans

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

The gameplay of The Humans has similarities to Lode Runner and Lemmings. Your job in this action puzzler is to help prehistoric man to evolve by helping them discover tools, the wheel, weapons, or even fire. Each level in the game will have a given task to help in this, and you are allotted a number of characters who must accomplish the task. The player can switch from person to person while moving the characters around each scrolling puzzle, and teamwork is essential to success. Tasks can include finding objects (like a spear) on the screen, or trying to reach a specific destination which may...

The Humans

The Humans

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1993

The Humans is a Lemmings-influenced arcade puzzler, released on CD alongside its expansion pack, Humans 2.

The Humans

The Humans

Sega Genesis - May 14, 1992

Your job in this action puzzler is to help prehistoric man to evolve by helping them discover tools, the wheel, weapons, or even fire. Each level in the game will have a given task to help in this, and you are allotted a number of characters who must accomplish the task. The player can switch from person to person while moving the characters around each scrolling puzzle, and teamwork is essential to success.

The Humans

The Humans

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

The gameplay of The Humans has similarities to Lode Runner and Lemmings. Your job in this action puzzler is to help prehistoric man to evolve by helping them discover tools, the wheel, weapons, or even fire. Each level in the game will have a given task to help in this, and you are allotted a number of characters who must accomplish the task. The player can switch from person to person while moving the characters around each scrolling puzzle, and teamwork is essential to success. Tasks can include finding objects (like a spear) on the screen, or trying to reach a specific destination which...

The Humans

The Humans

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1992

The goal of The Humans varies per level, but is usually to bring at least one of the player-controlled humans to the designated end area, marked by a red tile. To do this, the player must take advantage of the humans' ability to build a human ladder and use tools, such as spears, torches, wheels, ropes, in later levels, a witch doctor.

Humans 3: Evolution - Lost in Time...

Humans 3: Evolution - Lost in Time...

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1996

Zoo keepers from an alien world have scoured human history to steal 7 important figures from different epochs, and it is your job to rescue them. First you will have to explore four worlds to find the 6 pieces of their Time Machine, avoiding the chasing aliens. Unlike Humans 2, this is a full sequel to the game known as Evolution: Dino Dudes on some systems with a new game engine, rather than merely a data disk with new levels. As before the gameplay is influenced by Lemmings. Each of your characters have their own abilities, including fire-creation, grabbing and smashing, which must be...

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Frommer's Travel Guide

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Frommer's Travel Guide

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1991

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Frommer's Travel Guide is a Miscellaneous game, developed by NovaLogic and published by GameTek, which was released in 1991.

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Personal Organizer and Phone Book

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Personal Organizer and Phone Book

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1991

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Personal Organizer and Phone Book is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Imagineering Inc and published by GameTek, which was released in 1991.

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Spell Checker and Calculator

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Spell Checker and Calculator

Nintendo Game Boy - January 1, 1991

InfoGenius Productivity Pak: Spell Checker and Calculator is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Imagineering Inc and published by GameTek, which was released in 1991.

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Sega Genesis - Released - December 1, 1992

Jeopardy! is an American quiz show featuring trivia in history, literature, the arts, pop culture, science, sports, geography, wordplay, and more. The show has a unique answer-and-question format in which contestants are presented with clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in question form.

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Sega Game Gear - Released - August 1, 1993

Jeopardy! is a conversion of the long-running TV quiz show where the answers are given and contestants must provide the questions. Compared to the Genesis version released a year earlier, the Game Gear version features only about half the number of questions, and replaces the console version's photo-realistic style with a more cartoon-like approach.

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1991

Join your host Alex Trebek in the Nintendo 64 version of Jeopardy! With its 3D rendered set, high-quality 16-bit audio and detailed video capture of Alex Trebek, you will feel as if you were really on the set. Featuring 4,000 brand new answers and questions and 650 different categories directly from the TV show.

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1992

There is a fine art to watching Jeopardy!®, as any know-it-all could tell you. It used to mean shouting at the television (in question form) or turning to anyone within earshot, nodding and calmly saying "I knew that..." GameTek changes all that by giving Jeopardy! fans everywhere an opportunity to really buzz in. Alex Trebek hosts this all-new video game version of television's longest-running game show. Featuring the digitized television studio, theme music, voice and photography of Alex himself, this Jeopardy! takes full advantage of the graphic and sound capabilities of the Super Nintendo...

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Nintendo 64 - Released - February 25, 1998

This version of Jeopardy features the digitized look and voice of the TV show's host, Alex Trebek and even the announcer, Johnny Gilbert, as well. There are 650 different categories to choose from as well as 4,000 new answers. The player answers questions by selecting letters by using the analog or D-pad and will be given suggestion words to help them along. The same rules apply to the game as they do in the TV show, the game is divided into three different rounds: Regular, Double Jeopardy and Final Jeopardy and has three different contestants.

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Nintendo Entertainment System - September 1, 1988

Jeopardy! is an American quiz show featuring trivia in history, literature, the arts, pop culture, science, sports, geography, wordplay, and more. The show has a unique answer-and-question format in which contestants are presented with clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in question form.

Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary Edition

Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary Edition

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1990

For the last quarter of a century, some of the smartest people in the world have been competing for cash prizes on Jeopardy!, the high-pressure answers and questions television game show. Now It's your turn. Share the excitement with thousands of TV winners. Test your memory against even more challenging "Answers" In this all-new edition especially created to commemorate Jeopardy's Silver Anniversary. You'll be amazed at the things you know!

Jeopardy! Junior Edition

Jeopardy! Junior Edition

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1989

A conversion of the popular TV game show for younger players ages 7 and up. Up to three players can take part in the three-round trivia contest where the answers are given and the contestants must supply the correct question.

Jeopardy! Platinum Edition

Jeopardy! Platinum Edition

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1996

Not much new in this installment of the classic trivia game show.

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 1, 1994

Sports version of the classic trivia game show.

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Sega Game Gear - 1994

Jeopardy! Sports Edition is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by GameTek, which was released in 1994.

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Jeopardy! Sports Edition

Sega Genesis - Released - May 1, 1993

This version of Jeopardy! focuses more on sports related themes with 700 different categories and 3,500 questions to answer related to sports such as baseball, football, hockey, etc., along with many other sub-categories such as players, sports equipment and the like. The rules are still the same as the others, there are three rounds where the player buzzes in to answer and spells out the answers using the D-pad. It features digitized photography of sports-themed clad contestants such as baseball, football, volleyball and the like along with authentic digitized studio surroundings and the...

Jeopardy! Teen Tournament

Jeopardy! Teen Tournament

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1996

An easier version of the classic trivia game show.

Jeopardy!: Deluxe Edition

Jeopardy!: Deluxe Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1994

So you think you're good enough to be on Jeopardy!? Well, here's your chance. GameTek's new Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition featuring Alex Trebek puts you on stage, against computer-generated opponents or up to two friends. Choose a category and an amount, and if you can ring in fast enough with the right answer, you're on your way to becoming the new Jeopardy! champion! Features include digitized photography of the TV studio, contestants, and Alex Trebek himself, as well as Alex's digitized voice and that oh-so-familiar theme music. Over 3,500 questions and answers from TV's longest-running game...

Jeopardy!: Deluxe Edition

Jeopardy!: Deluxe Edition

Sega Genesis - Released - June 21, 1993

Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition is an updated version of it's Jeopardy! predecessor which features over 3,500 different new questions along with the standard features of Jeopardy such as Daily Doubles, a digitized likeness of the host, Alex Trebek and even the theme music. Like it's previous version, the player uses the buttons to buzz in and using the d-pad to highlight letters and spelling out their answers. The player can also play against two friends or play against the computer A.I. instead.

Jeopardy!: Sports Edition

Jeopardy!: Sports Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 1, 1994

Listen up sports fans! Here's your chance to prove that armchair athletes have the most fun. If you're a sports trivia buff, or you just love the challenge of a good contest, then this edition of Jeopardy! is just for you. Delve into past and current trivia in Baseball, Basketball, Football and Hockey or explore categories like Bowl Games, Boxing, Coaches, College Standouts, Equipment, Golf Greats, Horse Racing, Olympic Events, Pitchers, Players, Rookies and Rules. The Sports Edition of Jeopardy! is a whole new ball game! With over 3,500 questions in sports-related categories, Jeopardy! Sports...

Kawasaki Caribbean Challenge

Kawasaki Caribbean Challenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1993

Roar off to the Caribbean with GameTek and Kawasaki as they take you on a location for a super-heated, super-rally. Pick your power, Jet Ski Watercraft or Ninja Motorcycle you've got the moves of a moray eel and the speed of a hammerhead shark with full range-of-motion maneuverability. Digitized island pics, digitized engine noise and shots of the real machines make you think you're on island time with the spray in your face, the sun on your back and a sure win just past the next reef. Let the good times roll!

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1993

Timing smiled on Gremlin with this licensed Formula 1 simulation, as Nigel's long quest for a championship had finally come good. The game was pitched somewhere in between a full-blown simulation like F1 GP and action games like Continental Circus. Only 12 cars were in each race, which could last from between 3 and 20 laps.

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 1, 1993

Hold onto your engines and pour on the coal as you hit the track with the greatest name in World Championship racing, Nigel Mansell. You're in control. You've got the machine. But can you handle it? Try rough weather, a mean track and competition that won't quit. Or, go for one-on-one pointers from Mansell and have the track all to yourself while you practice the moves of a master. Then, check in for the big one. And don't forget your crash helmet.

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1993

Become a Grand Prix legend in a race for the title of World Champion! The most exciting race driver in the world has teamed up with the greatest racing game producers to bring you the definitive Grand Prix experience. Race the full 1992 season in the superb Canon Williams Renault F1 car. Real-time coaching from Nigel Mansell himself! Experiment with the cars set up to achieve maximum performance for each of the 16 race circuits. Fast and furious race action with actual Renault F1 engine sound FX and superbly detailed graphics. The realism of the racetrack... The power and the glory!

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1993

Hold onto your engines and pour on the coal as you hit the track with the greatest name in World Championship racing, Nigel Mansell. You're in control. You've got the machine. But can you handle it? Try rough weather, a mean track and competition that won't quit. Or, go for one-on-one pointers from Mansell and have the track all to yourself while you practice the moves of a master. Then, check in for the big one. And don't forget your crash helmet!

Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

The Ninja Ryu is back to avenge the death of his father, and stop the Evil Ashtar. A year has passed since Ryu last faced his arch enemy, and still the activity down at the bottom of the realm of darkness continues. Ashtar, the evil lord who secretly controls Jaquio, is again on the move, and it is up to Ryu, the "Ninja Dragon" to put a stop to it. Use all the secrets of real Ninjitsu, along with the exiting audio and special effects and be drawn into the fantasy world of...NINJA GAIDEN II The Dark Sword of Chaos

Pinball Deluxe

Pinball Deluxe

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Pinball Deluxe combines the tables of Pinball Dreams and Pinball Fantasies on one cartridge. These pinball games have been originally released on Commodore Amiga, but have been ported later to other systems. At Pinball Deluxe for the GameBoy, you can choose between seven tables.

Pinball Dreams

Pinball Dreams

Sega Game Gear - January 1, 1994

It's fast. It's crazy. It's going to give you pinball elbow. You may be a pinball wizard, but are you sharp enough for Arrow Roll-Overs? Can you shoot the Sun-Run without getting burned? Can you make it to Midnight for 5 million points? Can you go for the tilt feature and still keep your equilibrium? Pin yourself to your Game Gear and go for the big score.

Pinball Dreams

Pinball Dreams

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 1, 1993

Pinball Dreams is an Action game, developed by Spidersoft and published by GameTek, which was released in 1993.

Pinball Dreams

Pinball Dreams

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1994

BUMPER TO BUMPER ACTION. It's fast. It's crazy. It's going to give you pinball elbow. You may be a pinball wizard, but are you sharp enough for Arrow Roll-Overs? Can you shoot the Sun-Run without getting burned? Can you make it to Midnight for 5 million points? Can you go for the tilt feature and still keep your equilibrium? Pin yourself to your Super NES and go for the big score.

Pinball Fantasies

Pinball Fantasies

Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1995

Pinball Fantasies is the official port of the classic 1992-released Amiga pinball simulator.

Pinball Fantasies

Pinball Fantasies

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1995

Consider yourself a pinball wizard? Think you have what it takes to flip the scoreboards? Do you have the skill to master high speed flipper action? If so, then Pinball Fantasies is right up your alley. Crafted to feel and play like the timeless arcade machines, Pinball Fantasies is a pinball lovers dream. Or, is it fantasy?

Prophecy I: The Viking Child

Prophecy I: The Viking Child

Commodore Amiga - 1990

Welcome to Odin's world. A land full of good and evil, within which you must become Brian, The Viking Child, whose heroics have been foretold by the prophets and recorded in the oracle of the gods. But there's trouble in the land that you live in... Your family and friends are being held on the astral plane, imprisoned by the forces of darkness in an effort to foil the prophecy and install chaos throughout the land... As Brian, your adventure in Prophecy 1 - The Viking Child will take you through many beautiful, but dangerous places, where you'll encounter great adversaries. Amongst these...

Prophecy: The Viking Child

Prophecy: The Viking Child

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 1, 1992

Cartoony side-scroller where you take the role of, as the title states, a viking child, in his quest to free his friends and family, held by the evil god Loki inside the Great Halls of Valhalla. Fight your way through 16 levels with diverse scenarios, including medieval castles and mountains. Spread throughout the levels are shops in which you can buy potions and other magical items to help you along the way. Before you finally face the Dark Lord Loki, you must also defeat the 8 Apprentices of Darkness. The game features colorful graphics and 22 different tunes to make the whole trip a...

Quarantine

Quarantine

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - January 1, 1994

In Quarantine, you play the part of a taxi driver, desperate to escape from the violent prison city of Kemo. Deliver passengers to their destinations, so you can earn money to upgrade your cab, and take on undercover missions in the hope that somehow you can find a way out. An impressive array of cab-mounted weaponry will help you to survive.

Race Days

Race Days

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1994

Race Days is a 1994 racing video game for the Game Boy, which is essentially a compilation of the video games Dirty Racing (Japan-exclusive) and Jeep Jamboree: Off Road Adventure (North America-exclusive), albeit with a different name for the Jeep Jamboree game.

Star Crusader

Star Crusader

Commodore Amiga - 1995

Star Crusader is a 3D space combat simulator in which the player takes the role of Roman Alexandria who is in the middle of a galaxy-wide war between the authoritarian Gorenes and rebels. During the course of the game, the player can decide which of the opposing forces to join. Both sides in the game feature very different crafts. The Gorenes has rather conventional crafts for solidly armed and armored crafts. The rebel side features some unusual weapons like disabler beam, cloaking device, and other special abilities.

Star Crusader

Star Crusader

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - 1996

Star Crusader is a 3D space combat simulator in which the player takes the role of Roman Alexandria who is in the middle of a galaxy-wide war between the authoritarian Gorenes and rebels. During the course of the game, the player can decide which of the opposing forces to join. Both sides in the game feature very different crafts. The Gorenes has rather conventional crafts for solidly armed and armored crafts. The rebel side features some unusual weapons like disabler beam, cloaking device, and other special abilities.

Super Jeopardy!

Super Jeopardy!

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1991

Super Jeopardy! is based on the popular Jeopardy! TV game show. In this digital incarnation, 4 players compete at answering reverse trivia questions in trademark Jeopardy! fashion-- i.e., the host provides the answer and a player has to provide the questions. As many of 4 human players can participate, with the remaining slots filled by the computer. Competition takes place in quarter-final, semi-final, and final round modes.

Super Street Fighter II Turbo

Super Street Fighter II Turbo

Commodore Amiga - 1996

Fighting game ported from the classic and wildly popular "Street Fighter 2" franchise. Choose from a variety of characters and use their fighting skills to beat opponents and become the world champion fighter. Advantages over the original Street Fighter 2 include faster fighting speed, 4 new characters, new locations, and more balanced/streamlined moves for the original characters.

Super Street Fighter II Turbo

Super Street Fighter II Turbo

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1996

Fighting game ported from the classic and wildly popular "Street Fighter 2" franchise. Choose from a variety of characters and use their fighting skills to beat opponents and become the world champion fighter. Advantages over the original Street Fighter 2 include faster fighting speed, 4 new characters, new locations, and more balanced/streamlined moves for the original characters.

Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle

Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle

Nintendo Game Boy - October 1, 1994

Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle is an Action game, developed by Eurocom Entertainment Software and published by GameTek, which was released in 1994.

Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle

Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

In Tarzan, players get to control the Lord of the Jungle in six different missions that range from curing the Great Ape to saving his forest friends from a group of evil poachers and fighting off a dangerous wildfire. The gameplay is a 2D platformer where player must transverse levels and using weapons like spears, knives and arrows against enemies while avoiding various pitfalls and obstacles while collecting the required item for each stage. Players can also swing on vines and swim to cross various parts of the stages and must also complete the level within the given time limit set at the...

Tesserae

Tesserae

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 1, 1993

Tesserae is a 2-d combination of Rubic's Cube and the more advanced levels of Q-Bert. Simple yet colorful symbol graphics make for endless hours of gameplay... akin to how one can play MineSweeper or Tetris on end, this game got into your head. Gameplay consisted of "flipping" tesserae, or tiles, from squares over adjacent squares. The result would either create a complex tile, or cancel out, resulting in the deletion of a tile. The goal was to clear the board entirely. Higher levels were designated by added tile complexity, and larger board grid sizes.

Tesserae

Tesserae

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1993

Tesserae is a Puzzle game, developed by Eurocom Entertainment Software and published by GameTek, which was released in 1993.

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1990

Bring Vanna White, fun puzzles, and the glittering sets of Wheel of Fortune into your home. Spin for fantastic prizes, solve the puzzles, and hear the studio audience go wild. Tackle 3,000 puzzles and beat the clock in exciting bonus rounds. Play against up to two other players, and then take a sample contestant exam for the actual show. See for yourself what it's like to be a contestant on Wheel of Fortune.

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Sega Game Gear - August 1, 1993

Now you can play your favorite TV Game Show on the go anytime! Press the button, hear the theme music; spin the wheel and win a fortune; hit bankrupt and lose it all. You get everything you see on TV - great graphics and animation, a colorful spinning wheel, and our very own blonde hostess to turn the letters. Even the music is authentic. There are dozens and dozens of challenging puzzles to keep you guessing, and if you're stuck you can always buy a vowel. Get set to spin... it's time to play WHEEL OF FORTUNE!

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Commodore 64 - Released - January 1, 1987

A very basic translation of the popular game show Wheel Of Fortune, where you guess letters until you can guess the phrase. This CGA version has three old-school rounds of Wheel of Fortune (where the puzzles are simply "Phrase", "Title", "Person", etc.) and then a bonus round. You can compete against 2 computer players or up to three people can play against each other.

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1992

A very basic translation of the popular game show Wheel Of Fortune, where you guess letters until you can guess the phrase. This CGA version has three old-school rounds of Wheel of Fortune (where the puzzles are simply "Phrase", "Title", "Person", etc.) and then a bonus round. You can compete against 2 computer players or up to three people can play against each other.

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Wheel of Fortune as now bigger and better than ever in this all new Super Nintendo edition of television's most popular game-show. Featuring over 4,500 all new puzzles, digitized photography of the actual set and even digitized speech from the beautiful Vanna White. Choose the contestant you want to be, play against the computer or up to two friends spin the Wheel, buy a vowel or attempt to solve the puzzle before you go bankrupt.

Wheel of Fortune

Wheel of Fortune

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1988

Based off the popular American game show & Released to multiple consoles between 1987 to the present take the role of a contestant on the show spin the wheel and solve the words!

Wheel of Fortune Featuring Vanna White

Wheel of Fortune Featuring Vanna White

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1992

Wheel of Fortune: Featuring Vanna White is one of a series of games based on the famous TV game show. The goal is to solve a word puzzle by guessing letters. The players take turns spinning a wheel that has designated money amounts in most spaces, but can also bankrupt the player if the wheel lands on the wrong space. A player can guess a letter and if that letter is in the puzzle, those spaces are flipped to reveal the letter and the player earns the cash amount specified by the wheel spin, multiplied by the number of occurrences of the letter. Only English consonants can be guessed -- the 5...

Wheel of Fortune: Deluxe Edition

Wheel of Fortune: Deluxe Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1994

Now Wheel watchers everywhere have a new way to play! This Deluxe Edition of Wheel of Fortune has over 4,000 all-new puzzles. Features include the show's popular theme music, and digitized photography of the set, contestants and Vanna White. It's your chance to play one of television's most popular game shows, either against the computer or against up to two friends. Spin the Wheel, buy a vowel, or solve the puzzle, and the cash, prizes and fame are yours.

Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition

Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990

Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition is one of a series of NES games based on the famous TV game show. The goal is to solve a word puzzle by guessing letters. The players take turns spinning a wheel that has designated money amounts in most spaces, but can also bankrupt the player in the wheel lands on the wrong space. A player can guess a letter and if that letter is in the puzzle, those spaces are flipped to reveal the letter and the player earns the cash amount specified by the wheel spin, multiplied by the number of occurrences of the letter. Only English consonants can be guessed-- the 5...

Wheel of Fortune: Golden Edition

Wheel of Fortune: Golden Edition

MS-DOS - Released - 1989

The exciting software version of television's number one game show has just gone Gold! Now everybody's favorite, Wheel of Fortune, is an all-new Golden Edition: over a thousand challenging puzzles in both regular categories and new ones to give you even more great game play. You're the contestant competing against your friends or matching wits with the computer. You already know how to play ...and it's your turn. Let the theme music inspire you and spin for a consonant or buy a vowel if you have the cash. If you're right, the pretty hostess will turn the letters. Do you want to take a shot...

Wheel Of Fortune: Golden Edition

Wheel Of Fortune: Golden Edition

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

This is a re-release of the game Wheel of Fortune, with an extra one thousand new puzzles.

Wheel of Fortune: Junior Edition

Wheel of Fortune: Junior Edition

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 1, 1989

Now everyone’s favorite TV Game Show is just for kids! It’s got all the excitement of the adult version… everything you see on TV and more, But the puzzles have been created just for the younger player. It’s your turn to be the contestant. Compete against your friends or match wits with the computer. Press the button, hear the theme music, spin the wheel, solve the puzzle and win a fortune, or hit bankrupt and lose it all. There are over 1000 puzzles to keep you guessing, and if you’re stuck you can always buy a vowel. It’s time to play WHEEL OF FORTUNE!

Wheel Of Fortune: Third Edition

Wheel Of Fortune: Third Edition

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

Providing new puzzle phrases, the third edition of the Wheel of Fortune series of games based on the popular television show, brings the same fun as the original. Up to three contestants can play. Players compete to solve the puzzle by spinning a wheel and guessing hidden letters of a person, place, thing, phrase or other category.

Yogi Bear: Cartoon Capers

Yogi Bear: Cartoon Capers

Sega Genesis - 1994

Adventures of Yogi Bear is a multi-platform game released by Cybersoft on October 1, 1994 in North America and later in Japan and Europe. The game is called Yogi Bear in Japan, Yogi Bear's: Cartoon Capers for the European Super NES version, and Yogi Bear Cartoon Capers for the European Sega Mega Drive version. When Yogi Bear catches wind of a plan to turn Jellystone Park into a Chemical plant he sets out on a mission to stop it. Play as Yogi in this side-scrolling Action/Adventure that is fit for all ages. Work your way through the five park areas collecting "Pic-i-nic" baskets by bouncing...

Yogi Bear's Gold Rush

Yogi Bear's Gold Rush

Nintendo Game Boy - October 1, 1994

Yogi Bear's Goldrush is an Action game, developed by Entertainment Int and published by GameTek, which was released in 1994.

Zool: Ninja of the "Nth" Dimension

Zool: Ninja of the "Nth" Dimension

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

Once every year, the games world is rocked by a game so stunning, so fast, so colorful, so big, so demanding, so mega, so awesome, so varied , so incredible, and so full of fabulous features and unexpected treats, that everybody just looks at it and says "THAT'S IT!" This year, ZOOL, THE NINJA FROM THE Nth DIMENSION, is definitely "IT!"

Zool: Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension

Zool: Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1993

The game is a pure platform game, relying on smooth, fast-moving gameplay. Its protagonist is Zool, a gremlin "Ninja of the Nth Dimension" who is forced to land on Earth; in order to gain ninja ranking, he has to pass seven lands, beating a boss at the end of each of them. The game contains a number of embedded minigames, including several arcade games, a scrolling space shooter and a game accessible only by making Zool play a certain tune on an in-game piano or finding certain invisible warp points. Development and release ------------------------------------- Zool was intended as a...

Zool: Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension

Zool: Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

NINJA BATTLES IN THE "Nth" DIMENSION An interstellar dweller is about to hit your Super NES. He's Zool, the defender of the Nth dimension (your imagination), and a thorn in the side of Krool, his arch enemy. Battle your way through six worlds and a multitude of Krool's armed and dangerous minions. Keep the gateway to your imagination open. Way weird! Way fun!

Zool: Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension

Zool: Ninja of the 'Nth' Dimension

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1994

His name is Zool. He is a Ninja in the 2345th dimension, 6 worlds each with 3 stages. In this platformer, you can run, jump, climb walls and shoot the enemies. In the levels are also some power-ups for Zool. There are life-spending hearts, smart bombs, shields, more powerful jump-skill and a twin Zool. This "twin" makes all your motions a few seconds after you do. In the options you can change the difficulty and the game-speed two times, the continues and the background music (Rock or Funk).

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