Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1989
Prince Lolo of Gentryland visited Eden, a country of Love and Peace, and enjoyed many pleasant days with Princess Lala of Eden. But one day, Egger, the King of Darkness, who had an evil plot to conquer Eden, spirited the Princess away before Lolo's eyes. After a long and difficult journey, Lolo has come to the evil Castle of the Labyrinth. The castle is guarded by an army of evil monsters led by Egger, the King of Darkness. Can Lolo solve the seemingly endless series of mazes and save Lala? Lolo is not gifted with strength or agility, but has great courage and patience. Now the battle of wits begins. Good luck, Lolo!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 6, 1990
Our Hero Lolo has charmed and enchanted puzzle-loving game players around the world with his unfailing courage and plucky persistence — and now he's off for his second quest! Join forces with Lolo and his faithful side-kick Lala for another journey full of puzzles and pitfalls. The whole crew is back — Snakey, Leeper, Medusa, Gol, Don Medusa, Rocky, and of course our favorite, Alma. Improved graphics, increased difficulty, and a few new tricks and techniques will keep you guessing through every fun-filled moment. A game for mental giants of all ages.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 26, 1990
This time, Lolo has a red friend who will do for him some of the work. Unlike the two previous Lolo games, here you can wander around a world map and enter different locations in a non-linear fashion. However, some of the locations remain blocked until you find a key after completing another level. The gameplay is very similar to the one of the two previous games. You have to collect all the hearts in each room. Enemies will prevent you from doing that, and others will appear once you have eaten all the hearts and are hurrying towards the exit. The puzzles involve mostly pushing things to prevent enemies from stopping you.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 17, 1987
The Federation of Intergalactic Powers is under threat by gigantic fortress spaceships which have suddenly appeared and destroyed nearby civilization. When conventional defense tactics fail, the Federation looks to find a specially selected person, Hal Bailman and equip him with a special "Lightship". His mission will to be to fly through the defenses of the eight known Air Fortresses and dock at the airlock. Then he must travel through the fortress in only a spacesuit to find and destroy the central core. Once the central core is destroyed, Hal must then quickly find the emergency lightship and escape before the fortress explodes.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 27, 1992
Arcana - 1. Mysterious knowledge known only to initiates. 2. Ancient rites and spiritual powers understood by only a few. 3. The secrets held by the Card Masters now fast disappearing. The art of the Card Masters has gradually died out. None of the young people want to learn the ancient system of casting spells and calling up spirits using the cards. But an evil conspiracy has taken hold of the kingdom. Rooks, descended from the last of the true Card Masters, is recruited to overthrow the sinister regime. Relying on what little he knows of the ancient art, learning along the way, trusting no one. Rooks sets out on a journey to restore order and save his homeland. Only a Card Master can do it.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 24, 1987
Alien marauders are attacking your planet. They're kidnapping resident humanoids and turning them into mutants! You pilot your ship along the planet surface, blasting away. But first you go for the Landers - the most treacherous of the aliens. You race to the nearest Stargate and whoosh! You experience that eerie - time warp - feeling as you're transported to the other side of the planet. Only you, with the help of the Stargate, can save the planet against attack!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 14, 1990
Get a headlock on fun with Hal Wrestling! Eight rompin', stompin' brutes squares off in a head-to-head matches any sports fan can enjoy! All the pro wrestling moves you can use and a few you haven't seen before! Go one-on-one against the computer or a friend, or round up your own four-man wrecking crew for thunderous action! Hal Wrestling - we're coming to get YOU!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 23, 1991
It's the 18th hole-Hal Open Tournament. Sixty of the best golfers in the country are gathered in one place to determine who will walk away with the Grand Prize trophy. You're 7 under par, tied for first. This 22-food putt is all that stands between you and glory. A hush falls over the gallery... you address the ball... you measure your stroke... Hal America brings the excitement of golf competition to the SNES. Multiple play options and a demanding course will challenge beginners and seasoned pros alike!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1987
You are lost in a dark, perilous, and enchanted forest. Dark dangerous mushrooms push up through the squishy forest floor, snaring you on every side. Something slimy flashes through the mushrooms, moving in on you. The MILLIPEDE, not a normal size one, but the gigantic monster, is attacking you. All you have to fight back with is the magic arrow. Shoot his head to turn him into mushrooms. But that is not the only thing attacking you, there are more creepy, crawly, buzzing, swarming, creatures in this forest. Keep fighting with your magic arrow, if you are lucky, you may survive. Watch out, here they come.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 20, 1988
ROLLERBALL - The action-packed pinball game with the distinctly American touch! New from HAL America, Rollerball brings you two new games in one! SKYSCRAPER is a fast-paced, realistic Pinball Game on four vertically-scrolling screens, for one to four players. MATCHPLAY is a one-on-one game for two players that will test any Pinball Wizard! A brand new type of game for the kids, a familiar old friend to dads and moms. Finally, a game dad can play, and win! And, Rollerball won't TILT!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 28, 1989
Steady your nerves and concentration. You're about to play Shanghai! Shanghai is based on an ancient game that's over 25 centuries old. Over the years since, it has been a favorite of pirates and smugglers, flappers and gangsters, of working men and the well-to-do. Now you can play it too! The game is simple... the strategy complex. Remove 144 tiles from a pyramid; two matching tiles at a time. But be careful. Remove the wrong two tiles and you're left with no more matching pairs... game over! It's a game everyone can play and enjoy.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1990
As a vacationing tourist, you have $700 in your pocket and a desire to hit the Las Vegas casinos and try to win it big. Play games of chance of either Blackjack, Roulette, Slot Machines or Keno in your attempts to hoard vast quantities of money and live the Vegas Dream.