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Super Bonk
United States
Published by: Hudson Soft, 1994
Genre: Platform | Licensed| AKA: Super B.C. Kid
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...)
Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse, The
Capcom, 1992 - Platform - Licensed
This was the first Mickey Mouse game for Super NES, featuring a traditional platform gameplay and colorful Disney-like graphics. Mickey's mission is to save his dog Pluto, who's been kidnapped and kept inside emperor Pete's castle, in a magica (more...)
Final Fight 3
Capcom, 1996 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Final Fight 3 is almost identical to the previous two SNES installments. The Mad Gear gang was destroyed and with this, the Skull Cross gang has gone rampant in Metro City. Now, it is up to mayor Mike Haggar and Guy (along with the newcomers Dean and Luci (more...)
Ninja Warriors
The final battle has begun. Three androids have been given the skills of ninjas. They are to defeat the enemy forces and destroy the tyrant Banglar. Fortunately, the android heroes are equipped with a number of weapons including swords, fists, knives, cur (more...)
Final Fight 2
Capcom, 1993 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Time has passed since Mike Haggar, along with his friends Cody and Guy, defeated the Mad Gear Gang and restored peace to Metro City. While the trio has continued living their normal lives, with Cody taking a vacation with his girlfriend Jessica, Guy going (more...)
Aerobiz SuperSonic
Koei, 1994 - Strategy - Licensed
The player is the CEO of a start-up international airline. The player competes with three other such companies (either AI-controlled or other players) for dominance in the worldwide travel industry. Such dominance is obtained by purchasing slots in variou (more...)
Sunset Riders
Konami, 1993 - Arcade - Licensed
Set in a fanciful version of the American Old West, Sunset Riders revolves around four bounty hunters who are out to claim rewards given for eliminating the most wanted outlaws in the West. There is no true "storyline" aside from collecting prog (more...)
Power Instinct
The time has come for the Gouketsuji clan to celebrate their fighting tournament. Every 5 years the clan (which has spread all over the world) celebrates a one-on-one fighting tournament to see which family gets to rule. Power Instinct is a one-on-one 2D (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...)
Skyblazer
Sony Imagesoft, 1994 - Action - Licensed
After Ashura, the Lord of War, assumes control of the Realm, only one man can stop him: SKYBLAZER. As the title character, you'll have to tap into your ability to transform yourself into a variety of creatures and your power to summon the forces of na (more...)
Family Feud
Gametek, 1993 - Game Show - Licensed
Let the feud begin the FAMILY FEUD, that is. Try to find the most popular answer to open-ended survey questions. Try to keep from getting three strikes, which gives the opposition a chance to steal the round. Whoever gets to 300 points first will get a ch (more...)
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