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Mohawk and Headphone Jack
United States
Published by: Black Pearl Software, 1996
Genre: Action | Licensed
Mohawk and Headphone Jack is a 2D rotational game released during the end of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System lifetime. The game spins around and around wildly in a circle, making players dizzy and making it challenging to defeat enemies. Rock and (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...)
Arkanoid: Doh It Again
Taito Software, 1997 - Arcade - Licensed
The story line follows that you are manning a scout ship (the paddle) that was intended to search for a new planet for your people to colonize. The evil character Doh, who appears in most Arkanoid games, is thwarting your peoples plans by scattering block (more...)
Mega Man X2
Capcom, 1995 - Action - Licensed
Sigma, the leader of the Maverick army, was destroyed when he underestimated his opponent: a lone warrior, awakened into a time he never knew...X. 6 months had passed, and X rose to the rank of leader of the Maverick Hunters. His first task was to elimina (more...)
Super Bases Loaded 3: License to Steal
Jaleco, 1995 - Baseball - Licensed
This installment of Bases Loaded is notable for being the first game in the series to use real players and teams. The game was officially licensed by the Major League Baseball Players Association and STATS, Inc., and includes a roster of real-life players (more...)
ActRaiser
Enix, 1991 - Action - Licensed
The player fills the role of the 'Master', a powerful deity awoken from a long sleep to find the civilizations of his world in shambles. Through a combination of action stages and simulation mode the Master must rebuild his world and regain his po (more...)
Donkey Kong Country
Nintendo, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
This was the first Donkey Kong game that was not produced or directed by Shigeru Miyamoto. Following an intense marketing campaign, the original SNES version eventually sold over 8 million copies, making it the second best-selling game on the system (trai (more...)
Captain Commando
Capcom, 1995 - Beat 'Em Up - Licensed
A ruthless posse of mutants, led by the despicable Scumocide, is hatching a plan to take over control of the universe. Now it's up to Captain Commando and his group of renegade warriors to stop the plot and send Scumocide and his brood back to where t (more...)
Kirby's Avalanche
Nintendo, 1995 - Puzzle - Licensed
The First Annual Dream Land's Avalanche Competition is about to get under way, and as Kirby and a host of characters from the Kirby series, you can join the tournament and become Avalanche king. Avalanche is similar to Puyo Puyo, and has you stacking (more...)
Stunt Race FX
Nintendo, 1994 - Racing - Licensed
Stunt Race FX (known as Wild Trax in Japan) is a cartoon-style, 3D-racing video game developed by Nintendo EAD assisted by Argonaut Software and published by Nintendo for the Super NES. It was the second game to use the 3D-centric Super FX chip. At first (more...)
Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Konami, 1993 - Action - Licensed
The player chooses between two teenage characters, Zeke and Julie, or both in two-player mode. They navigate suburban neighborhoods, shopping malls, pyramids, and other areas, destroying a variety of horror-movie monsters, including vampires, werewolves, (more...)
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