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Published by: Konami, 1994
Genre: Action | Licensed
A king and his daughter's kingdom is under heavy attack. The king does his best to save his daughter, but fails. An airship somehow beams her up into the ship and then flies away, leaving the old king to his doom. Only one guy can save her and that gu (more...)
Final Fight Guy
Capcom, 1994 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
Final Fight Guy is a side scrolling fighter game in the likes Double Dragon. You can choose between Guy and Haggar. Guy and Haggar are determined to rid Metro City of MAD GEAR, the local street gang. You can also pick up and use various melee weapons that (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...)
Time Slip
Vic Tokai, 1993 - Action - Licensed
Timeslip resembles Contra III, albeit with simpler graphics and gameplay features. Levels are long and full of enemies and traps; players may find themselves fending off lots of weak enemies before battling an oversized sub-boss, only to face an even stro (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...)
Street Fighter II Turbo
Capcom, 1993 - Fighting - Licensed
Street Fighter II Turbo included changes from ''Champion Edition'' as well as the ''Turbo'' arcade incarnations, and was a major step up from the original version previously available on the SNES. All four boss characters b (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...)
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...)
Batman Forever
Acclaim, 1995 - Action - Licensed
The player plays as either Batman or Robin. There is also a fighting game mode called "training mode" where the player can play as Batman, Robin, or any of the enemies found throughout the game against either a computer-controlled opponent, agai (more...)
Pocky and Rocky 2
Natsume, 1994 - Adventure - Licensed
The sequel to Pocky & Rocky brings back the cooperative shooter action to the SNES with enhanced gameplay mechanics. Princess Luna has been kidnapped by a gang of evil demons and its up to Shinto priestess Pocky and her raccoon buddy Rocky to rescue her. (more...)
Super Alfred Chicken
Mindscape, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
The player takes the role of a chicken named Alfred who must find his way through bizarre levels full of balloons, telephones, cheese and other strange elements. While he is on the ground, Alfred can walk, jump, and peck balloons and ground switches. Whil (more...)
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