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Super Pinball: Behind the Mask
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1994
Genre: Pinball | Licensed
Pinball featuring three unique tables: the "Jolly Joker", "Blackbeard and Ironmen", and "Wizard". All tables are shown in a tilted 3D view, which fits the entire table on the screen, with marquee messages and bonuses display (more...)
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Super Play Action Football
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1992
Genre: Football | Licensed
The 16-bit sequel to NES Play Action Football. Graphics are from the same three-quarters perspective as the original. There are now three levels of play to choose from: high school, college, or professional. All 28 real NFL teams are included, but Nintend (more...)
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Super Punch-Out!!
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1994
Genre: 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...)
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Super Putty
United States
Published by: U.S. Gold, 1993
Genre: Platform | Licensed
Putty is a platform game where the lead character is... a blob of putty. He has been expelled from Putty Moon by Dazzledaze the wizard and his assistant Dweezil the Cat. Your job is to lead the character round the platform levels making use of his special (more...)
Super R-Type
United States
Published by: Irem, 1991
Genre: Shooter | Licensed
Super R-Type is a side-scrolling shooter well-known for its high difficulty (even compared to other games in the R-Type series). This is primarily due to the lack of checkpoints. Dying means restarting the level from scratch, and this can be very unforgiv (more...)
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Super R.B.I. Baseball
United States
Published by: Time Warner, 1995
Genre: Baseball | Licensed
Control nearly 700 real major league Baseball players from all 28 big rosters. Full MLBPA license; recreate the 1994 season; several different gameplay modes; you're in complete control of your team (more...)
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Super Return of the Jedi
United States
Published by: JVC, 1994
Genre: Action | Licensed
You select your character from the movie (Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, or Chewbacca) before each level, as each one has different abilities, and go try to beat levels based on the movie's scenes brandishing lightsabers, blasters or crossbo (more...)
Super Slam Dunk
United States
Published by: Virgin Interactive, 1993
Genre: Basketball | Licensed
If you've always wanted your very own basketball mentor who could tell you what it was like to come through in crunch-time and win championships, then your game has arrived. In SUPER SLAM DUNK, you'll constantly get tips and advice from former Lak (more...)
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