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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: DragonStrike

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: DragonStrike

Nintendo Entertainment System - July 1, 1992

Wicked dragonarmies threaten the good people of Ansalon. There's only one defense..fight dragons with dragons! Command your winged warrior to fly off and challenge enemy beasts in a tooth-and-claw battle high above Krynn. It's awesome airborne fantasy action in the AD&D game tradition! *Engage in exciting dragon-to-dragon combat *Control breathtaking on-screen airborne battles *Choose from 3 types of dragons: Bronze, Silver, and Gold *Attack with potent breath weapons like paralyzing gas, lightning and fireballs *Fly at your choice of 2 altitudes *Play alone or against an...

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of the Lance

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of the Lance

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1991

At last! You can play the first Official ADVANCED DUNGEONS & DRAGONS action game made for the Ninendo Entertainment System! HEROES OF THE LANCE is based on the Dragons of Despair DRAGONLANCE module, placing you in control of eight fantasy characters. Guide your brave companions through their adventures as they encounter dragons and swarves...magic monsters, in their quest for the precious Disks of Mishakal. The fate of the world of Krynn is in your hands! Vanquish the ancient black dragon Khisanth or you are doomed to failure!

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Hillsfar

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Hillsfar

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 21, 1991

Hillsfar is a single-hero role-playing game (in comparison to other Advanced Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games, where the player usually controls a group of characters). A combination of first person perspective (when traveling in the city of Hillsfar) and third person perspective (usually in some action-style mini-quests) viewpoints. As a would-be-hero, four classes are available in a randomly generated mission-based plot: fighter, thief, cleric, or magic-user. Each class to a certain extent, have different assigned quests given by each respective guild.

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Pool of Radiance

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Pool of Radiance

Nintendo Entertainment System - June 28, 1991

The city of Phlan lies in ruins. Your band of adventurers can help to rebuild the once-proud city and restore it to its former glory. Along the way you hope to find the legendary Pool of Radiance, said to glow with its own mystical power. Does it really give tremendous strength to the warrior who bathes in its magic waters? Or is that just an elfin myth? Before you meet the challenges ahead you must set off on your glorious quest to drive out the monsters and let civilization reign once more! FANTASY ROLE PLAYING ADVENTURE!

The Bard's Tale

The Bard's Tale

Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1991

The following text from the box cover summarizes the premise: Long ago, when magic still prevailed, the evil wizard Mangar the Dark threatened a small but harmonious country town called Skara Brae. Evil creatures oozed into Skara Brae and joined his shadow domain. Mangar froze the surrounding lands with a spell of Eternal Winter, totally isolating Skara Brae from any possible help. Then, one night the town militiamen all disappeared. The future of Skara Brae hung in the balance. And who was left to resist? Only a handful of unproven young Warriors, junior Magic Users, a couple of Bards barely...

Boxxle

Boxxle

Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1990

BOXXLE is a game. BOXXLE is a puzzle. BOXXLE is the go-anywhere brain teaser for the Game Boy system that you just can't put down. The game is based on moving crates around in a warehouse. But manual labor won't win the game: it takes brain power to move boxes into their proper spaces to clean up the room and get to the next screen... and the next... and the next! The puzzles keep coming - over 100 different screens in all. It BOXXLES the mind! Plus, you can pick your puzzle or use the edit function to create your own screens. You'll never get bored once you get BOXXLE!

Boxxle II

Boxxle II

Nintendo Game Boy - June 22, 1990

A Challenging Follow-Up to the Original BOXXLE Game BOXXLE II is a challenging, brain-teasing puzzle game based on moving creates around a warehouse. Time has passed since Willy met Wanda in the original BOXXLE storyline. Willy is hard at work in the warehouse when an alien abducts Wanda! How can he save her? He must build his own spaceship! Each time you help Willy move boxes into their proper spaces and clean up one level, he is able to buy parts for his rocket. But manual labor won't save the day. You'll need brain power, too, to beat BOXXLE II! There are over 120 different maze-like...

Bubble Ghost

Bubble Ghost

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1990

Take a deep breath and enter a topsy-turvy world where one of your greatest enemies is... an electric fan? Control the cute Ghost who loves blowing a bubble through a wacky haunted house. His soft breath can move it, but a fragile bubble doesnt stand a ghost of a chance against a candle flame or the breeze from a fan. If the bubble bursts-pop goes the puzzle! Maneuvering around the many hazards is only part of the fun, you must also find your way through the maze-like halls. Its an a-mazing puzzle that will blow your mind and leave you breathless! - Adapted from the international...

Hydlide

Hydlide

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 18, 1986

An evil demon named Varalys casts a curse upon the princess Ann, turning her into three fairies. You control Sir Jim and set out to find the fairies, and then slay Varalys. Only by vanquishing Varalys can the curse be lifted. Once the princess is restored the kingdom will be saved. Hydlide is an action game with strong role-playing elements. The player has to explore vast wilderness areas, descending into dungeons and eliminating enemies on the way. Combat system is similar to the one implemented in Ys series: attacking enemies requires the player to "bump" into them, at the same time...

Lunar Pool

Lunar Pool

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 5, 1985

Lunar Pool is the first advanced home video billiards game ever. Never before has the player been able to choose among 60 different "tables." Jump around to your favorite, or master each stage consecutively. Your score is kept automatically. You set up the electronic cue stick, aim the cue ball, choose the power you need and shoot! Then watch the ball ricochet around the "table" and land in the pocket. Learn to be a "hustler" by mastering all 60 stages!

MagMax

MagMax

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 18, 1986

It's up to you to save the human race by transforming mechanical parts into the ultimate robot warrior--MagMax. On land, on sea, and in outerspace you shoot deadly lasers from your beam gun to fight off the forces of the three-headed mechanical monster of Babylon. If you survive the undersea volcano, you come face to face with Babylon in the final battle of the giant space robots.

Metal Morph

Metal Morph

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1994

AMBUSHED! The last thing you remember, you'd just morphed your ship through the inter-dimensional Hypergate. Now, your body is being experimented on by aliens. Where's the Intrepid? It's coming back to you. Your ship was ambushed and its components spread across the alien galaxy. You see that these strange creatures are obviously very intelligent and very aggressive. If they unlock your secret of MetalMorphosis, they will be able to cross through Hypergate, putting the home planet, Earth, in serious danger. You know what you must do. You've gotta morph your ship into new configurations...

Out of Gas

Out of Gas

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 1, 1992

Out of Gas is a Racing game, developed by Realtime Associates and published by FCI, Inc., which was released in 1992.

Phantom Fighter

Phantom Fighter

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 16, 1988

Based on the 1985 Hong Kong movie, "Mr. Vampire", Phantom Fighter puts the player in the role of a Chinese warrior who walks with your pupil through several Chinese towns taken by phantoms. Enter each house and beat 'em up using a variety of kung-fu moves. After defeating a phantom, you'll receive a special gift that recovers your energy or enhances your fighting skills. During the game, you talk to different people who help you to understand what's going on.

Seicross

Seicross

Nintendo Entertainment System - May 19, 1986

Danger zones, suicide bikers, explosions, and booby traps-all stand in your way as you race your super space bike into the enemy city to rescue the captured people of Petras. Then you must destroy the Dinosaur Tank that is aimed straight at you. But, watch out! Your Energy Pack needs to be replaced to keep your bike energized and your laser beam strong.

SimEarth: The Living Planet

SimEarth: The Living Planet

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Introducing a simulation game on a global scale! SimEarth lets you take charge of your own living planet from its birth until its destruction, 10 billion years later. Control one of 8 planets (such as Mars or Venus) or create a new randomly generated world. Take charge of evolution and decide which will be the first civilized species: dinosaurs, birds, fish or... Control volcanoes, earthquakes, tidal waves. Create forests, swamps, and jungles. Move mountains, destroy continents. Adjust the atmosphere and rainfall to make deserts or rain forests. Maps, graphs and special close-up features give...

Ultima: Exodus

Ultima: Exodus

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 1, 1989

Ultima: Exodus is the first release for the Nintendo Entertainment System of the popular series. Don't expect to able to follow the storylines from the original computer series; this version is completely different and is meant as a stand alone game. At the beginning of the game, you can form your party either from a computer generated randomization or make your own characters if you have the time and talent to do so (there are a TON of different options for characters). The evil Exodus has risen from the seas to make his new home on a fiery island near Britannia Kingdom. Lord British sends...

Ultima: Quest of the Avatar

Ultima: Quest of the Avatar

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1989

The fourth game in the Ultima series features an improved game engine, with color graphics and enhanced character interaction: the player can have conversations with non-playable characters by typing names of various topics. However, the main difference between Ultima IV and its predecessors in the series (as well as other role-playing games) lies in the game's objectives and the ways to fulfill them.

Ultima: Runes of Virtue II

Ultima: Runes of Virtue II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Enter the world of Ultima! Rescue the kidnapped mayors of Britannia as either Shamino the Ranger, Mage Mariah, the Bard lolo or Dupré the Knight. Board and conquer pirate ships, visit dungeons, islands and castles, and solve puzzles in this lively adventure!

Ultima: Runes of Virtue II

Ultima: Runes of Virtue II

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 19, 1993

Enter the world of Ultima! Rescure the kidnapped mayors of Britannia as either Shamino the Ranger, Mage Mariah, the Bard lolo or Dupré the Knight. Board and conquer pirate ships, visit dungeons, islands and castles, and solve puzzles in this lively adventure!

Ultima: The Black Gate

Ultima: The Black Gate

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

In A Land Where Illusions Rule, Only The Avatar Sees The Truth. Ultima The Black Gate is the first chapter of Book Three in the epic Ultima Saga. You become the Avatar, a traveler known for helping the citizens of Britannia in times of need. Your return to the fabled land of magic is shrouded in a bizarre mystery - It seems the fair people of the land have been disappearing without a trace. The once friendly populace have now become withdrawn and suspicious of all outsiders. What powerful sorcery or malevolent machinations are behind this corruption of the land you champion? It's been 200...

Ultima: The False Prophet

Ultima: The False Prophet

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993

In this, the first Super NES game in the Ultima series, the Underworld has been destroyed during the rescue of Lord British, and fierce gargoyles have been released! Search for hidden runes while defending shrines from gargoyle attacks. Discover their secret with the magic of the moonstones. Become the key to the salvation of Britannia! If you've ever played an Ultima game, you'll want to continue with the ultimate test of skill, Ultima: The False Prophet. And if you've never played an Ultima game, it's time to take the challenge!

Ultima: Warriors of Destiny

Ultima: Warriors of Destiny

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1993

The Avatar, the embodiment of the Eight Virtues and the hero of Britannia, is called back to deal with a grave threat. Lord British, the country's benevolent monarch, has disappeared, and a man named Blackthorn has usurped his throne. The tyrant rules the land by enforcing the virtues upon the will of the people, corrupting their meaning in the process. His fundamentalist visions led him to create a police state, where failure to adhere to the virtues is punishable by death. Behind Blackthorn are the three Shadowlords, anti-thesis to the three principles of Truth, Love, and Courage. The Avatar...

WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling

WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 25, 1994

STOMP A FRIEND TODAY! How ‘bout Vader's Power Bomb or Ravishing Rick Rude's Rude Awakening to do the trick’? A Figure Four Leg lock by “Nature Boy” Ric Flair might make you feel good. Ricky “the Dragon” Steamboat will take you on a ride you won’t forget. And Johnny B. Badd’s just waitin' to get you good. You wanna step into the ring-shoes of Ron Simmons, Flyin’ Brian, Barry Windham and Sting? Use the signature moves of “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes? Well quit dreamin’ and get in the ring. Wrestle the great ones in individual or tag team action. With dozens of classic moves plus each man's...

WCW: World Championship Wrestling

WCW: World Championship Wrestling

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990

Challenge the world's greatest wrestlers in the grappling action game that puts you in the toughest competition of all! Choose which wrestler you want to be or make up your own tag team from top NWA stars including: "Nature Boy" Ric Flair, Sting, "Total Package" Lex Luger, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Road Warriors "Hawk" and "Animal," and "Dogface Gremlin" Rick Steiner. Become your favorite wrestler as you battle it out in the ring! » Twelve top stars of the NWA » Pair up your own tag team with any two wrestlers » 1 or 2 player » Wrestlers are thrown over the ropes and continue...

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