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Kid Klown in Crazy Chase
United States
Published by: Kemco, 1994
Genre: Action | Licensed
Kid Klown is the klutziest clown on Clown Planet. He is charged with the rescue the kidnapped Princess Honey from the evil pirate Blackjack. Kid Klown catches up to Blackjack in his spaceship, but instead of firing on his enemy, he accidentally hits the P (more...)
Frank Thomas' Big Hurt Baseball
Acclaim, 1995 - Baseball - Licensed
Baseball player Frank Thomas licensed one of the first baseball games to use motion-captured 3D graphics and multiple camera angles. 28 stadia have been rendered in 3D, and each has its own visible and significant differences. There are 6 distinct game mo (more...)
Soldiers of Fortune
Sixteen levels (in four groups of four) await you in this long-developed Bitmap Brothers title. The basic gameplay is similar to Gauntlet, but in an open air setting, with bridges across rivers and such in the maps. There are 6 characters available in the (more...)
Whizz
Titus, 1996 - Platform - Licensed
Whizz is one of the few 3D platformers to use an isometric viewpoint. The paths through the level aren't always clear-cut, and sometimes it can be rather confusing. There are four different types of doors, each of which needs a particular icon to pass (more...)
EarthBound
Nintendo, 1995 - Role Playing - Licensed
Taking place in a modern day world, players assume the role of a young boy named Ness who awakens to discover a meteor has plummeted to the earth near his home. Upon investigating the meteor, Ness encounters an insect named Buzz Buzz who cla (more...)
Axelay
Konami, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
This planet was once a quiet, peaceful place to live, until...they came... An unknown alien race came to this planet and promptly laid waste to it. The remaining defense force has been sent out to try and defeat them. One lucky person gets to fly the late (more...)
Super Punch-Out!!
Nintendo, 1994 - Boxing - Licensed
Your dreams are finally going to come true! All the years of training...all for that day where you'd finally step into the ring, amidst the roar of the excited crowd, to square off against the best of the best...you tighten your fist and hear your glo (more...)
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage
Acclaim, 1994 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage is a scrolling fighting game for the Super NES and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, developed by Software Creations and published by LJN (a subsidiary of Acclaim) in 1994. The game, based on a sprawling comic book story arc o (more...)
Mega Man X
Capcom, 1994 - Action - Licensed
With the free will given to a Reploid came the possibility of criminal activity previously unknown to robots; such rogue Reploids were said to have "gone maverick" and were later referred to as Mavericks (in Japan, Irregulars). As the public out (more...)
Super Mario World
Nintendo, 1991 - Platform - Licensed
Super Mario World is a side-scroller as in previous Mario games, and it takes advantage of the Super Nintendo's 16-bit graphics and stereo sound. The game consists of a journey through levels in seven worlds: Yoshi's Island, Donut Plains (later a (more...)
Vegas Stakes
Nintendo, 1993 - Cards/Casino - Licensed
Go to Las Vegas to gamble and try to win $10 million at different casinos. Gamble in Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Poker, and Slots. The player can choose to play either a single-player or multi-player game. In the single-player game a computerized friend a (more...)
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