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Tecmo Super Bowl
United States
Published by: Tecmo, 1993
Genre: Football | Licensed
The Super Nintendo version of Tecmo Super Bowl fixed many bugs and added some new features. Real logos were added, especially adding team logos to the endzones in place of the Tecmo logo. Touchbacks were made possible. Fifteen minute quarters were made po (more...)
Super Widget
While most of the world thinks that we're protected by superheroes like Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man, it's actually an unknown entity that is responsible for keeping the world safe...SUPER WIDGET. He may not look intimidating, but if you ask a (more...)
Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension
Gametek, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
Zool is a British computer game originally produced for the Amiga by Gremlin Graphics as a rival to Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog. Zool is "a ninja from the nth dimension" who is forced to land on Earth. In order to gain ninja ranking he has to (more...)
Lost Vikings 2
Interplay, 1997 - Puzzle - Licensed
The lost boys are back: Erik the Swift, Baleog the Fierce and Olaf the Stout. This action-strategy game is not for the lame of brain. In their last adventure, the trio escaped from their evil alien captor, Tomator. Now, armed with all new high-tech weapon (more...)
Pilotwings
Nintendo, 1991 - Simulation - Licensed
Pilotwings was one of the three initial releases by Nintendo for the SNES (the other two being Super Mario World and F-Zero). The game takes place in a series of training areas. In each area there is a number of events that can be tackled in any order. In (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...)
NBA Jam
Acclaim, 1994 - Basketball - Licensed
NBA Jam is a two-on-two basketball game You can play any NBA team, and you can play as players like Barkley, Starks, Pippen, and Grant. Each human player controls a single player, so choose your squad wisely to take team-mate skill into account. The game (more...)
Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Nintendo, 1992 - Adventure - Licensed
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is a top-down action adventure game (similar to the original Legend of Zelda). Players assume the role of Link, and their goal is to rescue Princess Zelda and save the land of Hyrule. Unlike turn-based RPGs, all com (more...)
The Adventures of Dr. Franken
DTMC, 1993 - Platform - Licensed
Franky and his girlfriend Bitsy are planning a vacation to New York. There's just one problem: Bitsy doesn't have a passport. Our protagonist comes up with a brilliant idea. He takes Bitsy apart and mails her to New York, where he will put her bac (more...)
Super Metroid
Nintendo, 1994 - Adventure - Licensed
Super Metroid takes place mainly on Planet Zebes (the same planet seen in the original Metroid; a section near the beginning of the game is taken almost directly from the original game). It is a large, open-ended world with many different areas connected (more...)
Legend of the Mystical Ninja, The
Konami, 1992 - Action - Licensed
As with many action/platformer video games, the plot is minimal except for revealing future stages. In this game, the players control Goemon and Ebisumaru (called Kid Ying and Dr. Yang respectively in all non-Japanese releases). After noticing some odd oc (more...)
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