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Top Gear
United States
Published by: Kemco, 1992
Genre: Racing | Licensed
In the first of three released games for Super NES, players can choose among 4 different cars, each one with different attributes (maximum speed, fuel consumption, boost power and tire grip) to face 32 challenging courses situated in several places around (more...)
Aero the Acro-bat 2
Sunsoft, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
In the sequel you have to defeat evil scientist Edgar Ektor once again. He is back and again with bad ideas, so you as bat Aero have to find and destroy him before he carries out his diabolical "Plan B". You again have to jump, escape lethal obs (more...)
Taz-Mania
Sunsoft, 1993 - Racing - Licensed
Based on the cartoon of the same title, Taz-Mania for SNES is completely different than the Taz-Mania games on the Sega Genesis and Game Boy. In this game, you must run a race course while avoiding busses and other vehicles on the road. The goal is (more...)
U.N. Squadron
Capcom, 1991 - Shooter - Licensed
The game is a typical side scrolling shooter, going against the trend of other Capcom shooters, such as 1942, and 1943: The Battle of Midway, which are vertically scrolling shooters. The player can choose between three mercenary pilots: Shin Kazama, Micke (more...)
Final Fantasy II
(Actually Final Fantasy IV) The player takes the role of Cecil, a Dark Knight from the kingdom of Baron, on his journey to save the world from the evil Golbez. Struggling to prevent Golbez from acquiring powerful Crystals, Cecil learns of his heritage and (more...)
Beavis and Butt-Head
Beavis and Butthead were on the couch watching television. While flipping through the channels they came across an ad for a GWAR concert. Now they want to go to the GWAR concert, but they have no money for concert tickets. So they decide that if they take (more...)
Phalanx
Kemco, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
The player's ship can switch to different speeds at any time, allowing the player to move fast to avoid enemies and obstacles entirely, or slow down to weave between enemy bullets. An unusual addition for a shooter is the ability for the player's (more...)
Axelay
Konami, 1992 - Shooter - Licensed
This planet was once a quiet, peaceful place to live, until...they came... An unknown alien race came to this planet and promptly laid waste to it. The remaining defense force has been sent out to try and defeat them. One lucky person gets to fly the late (more...)
Brain Lord
Enix, 1994 - Role Playing - Licensed
Remeer's father, the last of the dragon warriors, was sent on a quest to find the last of the dragons terrorizing the village. His father never returned. Years later Remeer sets out on his own journey to find out what happened to his father. Remeer is (more...)
Super Bonk
Hudson Soft, 1994 - Platform - Licensed
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...)
Phantom 2040
While the back story Phantom 2040 is the exact same as the back story of the television series, the video game doesn't specifically enact any of the series' episodes but instead borrows elements from various episodes and sets out a start-to-finish (more...)
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