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Captain Novolin
United States
Published by: Raya Systems, 1992
Genre: Educational/Children | Licensed
The superhero who has diabetes, Captain Novolin is the only one who can stop the alien Blubberman and rescue the mayor of Pineville. He rides a speedboat and needs to avoid the alien invaders who have turned themselves into junk food while eating healthy (more...)
Super Bonk
Hudson Soft, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
Vaguely similar to Bonk 3, Super Bonk was the first game in the Bonk side-scrolling platform adventure series released on the Super Nintendo. Bonk travels through time from his prehistoric levels, the insides of a dinosaur, a version of modern Chinatown, (more...)
Space Football: One on One
Triffix, 1992 - Sports, Other - Licensed
Space Football is a futuristic f-zero-esque game of football. Players control hovercars with short range gravity fields on the front that can be used to carry the ball for a short period of time. Points are earned by capturing the ball in the gravity fiel (more...)
Kid Klown in Crazy Chase
Kemco, 1994 - 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...)
Cybernator
Konami, 1993 - Action - Licensed
In a future where fossil fuels are limited, major countries and forces of the world are at war with one another over territory. Alliances are made, forming two major sides: The Axis and The Federation. The elite units in these wars are Assault Suits, man- (more...)
Magic Sword
Capcom, 1992 - Action - Licensed
As the hero, you must climb up a monster-ridden tower to defeat Drokkmar, master of the Blackorb. Throughout your journey, you can smash open chests to find treasure and artifacts. Some of these artifacts alter gameplay, such as providing more damage or i (more...)
Mr. Do!
Mr. Do! is an arcade game created by Universal in 1982. Similar in gameplay to Namco's popular Dig Dug title, Mr. Do! was also popular in the arcade and saw ports on a variety of home video game consoles. The object of Mr. Do! is to score as many poin (more...)
Gradius III
Konami, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
Gradius III is a scrolling shooter arcade game, developed and published by Konami in 1989 for video arcades. The player returns as the role of the pilot of the Vic Viper starfighter to battle the onslaughts of the Bacterion Empire. A port of Gradius III w (more...)
Brain Lord
Enix, 1994 - Role Playing - Licensed
Remeer's father, the last of the dragon warriors, was sent on a quest to find the last of the dragons terrorizing the village. His father never returned. Years later Remeer sets out on his own journey to find out what happened to his father. Remeer is (more...)
Darius Twin
The evil dictator Belser has been terrorizing the galaxy for as long as anyone can remember, and no sector is safe from his ruthless band of pillagers and mercenaries. The rebel forces of the Galactic Federation have had enough. They decide to send two of (more...)
Yoshi's Island: Super Mario World 2
Nintendo, 1995 - Platform - Licensed
While featuring Nintendo's trademark Mario character, the game's innovative graphics and gameplay differed from all previous Mario games in that players control various Yoshi dinosaurs rather than Mario himself, who appears as a helpless infant. Y (more...)
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