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AD&D Dragon Strike (NES)
Take to the skies as a mighty Dragon! Defend your homeland from the threat of the Dark Queen Takhisis and her evil dragon invaders. A standard overhead-view shooter, with a dragon instead of a plane or spaceship, and of course fire breath instead of...

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AD&D Hillsfar (NES)
Run around completing random quests, and try not to fall off your horse too often. All the quests involve finding treasure or information of some kind from various locations throughout the game. Basically you just collect gold and healing potions,...

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Adventures of Gilligan's Island (NES)
Gilligan's Island is a pretty neat little adventure/puzzler game. The graphics and sound aren't great, but then, you don't need them to be. That's not the point. The point is to wander around and find the clues to solve each episode, while having a...

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Air Fortress (NES)
Eight deadly Air Fortresses are speeding through space on a course of destruction, feeding off planets and entire solar systems. Whole fleets have been demolished in the attempt to stop or even slow down the invading juggernauts. However, there is...

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Airwolf (NES)
Using the Airwolf, our latest in helicopter gunship technology, rescue POWs from enemy prison camps. Shoot down enemy planes and blow up radar towers, but don't get shot down yourself. A flight simulator in a helicopter, with limited graphics and...

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Alien 3 (Genesis)
You are Ellen Ripley (of course), sole survivor of another space ship crash (of course), and your mission is to rescue prisoners (of course) from the Aliens (of course) which you brought with you onto their unfortunate planet (of course). Alien 3...

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American Gladiators (NES)
Based on the TV Game Show, you compete in five events against the infamous American Gladiators. Test your strength and stamina in Wall Climb, Joust, Powerball, Assault, and Human Cannonball. Graphically, the makers of this game wanted you to be...

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Bad Street Brawler (NES)
Take to the streets as Duke Davis, martial arts vigilante. All manner of thugs, crooks, circus escapees, athletes with attitudes, and even vicious animals, have made the streets of your home town unsafe. Your fists and feet are the community's only...

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Evander Holyfield Real Deal Boxing (Genesis)
Pound the stuffing out of your opponent. Take on the computer, tournament style, or fight with a friend. Just keep the fighting in the game,...

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Gotcha (NES)
Point and Click Zapper action. Gotcha the Sport is a capture-the-flag style game played with paintball guns. Your mission is to get through the level, capture the enemy flag by shooting it, and return it to your base. All while trying not to get...

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Gun Smoke (NES)
GUN.SMOKE by CAPCOMę ... returns the player and game star Billie Bob back to life in a small bustlin' mining town during the infamous gold rush era. GUN.SMOKE gives the game's one player the opportunity to combine personal skills with the...

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Hogan's Alley (NES)
Shoot the bad guys. Don't shoot the good guys. Yah. There's not much story to this game. You're some sort of G-Man, meaning a federal agent of some description. Your task is to prove that you're the best shooting G-Man in the...

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Jackal (NES)
Driving your Jeep with machine guns blazing, rescue POW's from the enemy and destroy his fortress of evil. "You'll need a pocket full of miracles, and the ferocity of a wild Jackal!" I have to say this is probably one of the best games for the NES...

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Justice League Task Force (SNES)
Pretty much your standard 2-D fighter. You've got nine playable characters for Battle Mode, but only the six Good Guys (and Gal) for Story Mode. Basically, in Story Mode your mission is to save the world from Dark Seid who is trying to take over the...

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Karate Champ (NES)
Well, the title pretty much says it all. Fight your way through the tournament to become... Karate...

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Kung Fu (NES)
In this side-scrolling adventure, you are Kung Fu Master Thomas. Your goal is to punch and kick your way through the ranks of the enemy martial arts gang, to rescue your girlfriend Sylvia from the mysterious Mr...

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Lone Ranger (NES)
The Lone Ranger Rides Again! Butch Cavendish, the outlaw who killed our hero's brother and brothers-in-arms, has now kidnapped the President of the United States! Now you must ride out on a mission of rescue and vengeance, as the Lone Ranger. Save...

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Monopoly (NES)
The classic of all classic board games, brought to life on the Nintendo Entertainment System! Buy, sell, and trade property, trying to ammass the greatest fortune and drive your competition out of...

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Pac-Mania (Genesis)
Basically the classic Pac-Man game with new 3-D graphics. Eat all the pellets, dodge the ghosts, grab a Power Pellet to turn the tables and chase the ghosts for a while. The big new thing for Pac-Mania is the ability to jump, which can help you...

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Pirates (NES)
Sail the seas as a bloody Buccaneer! Capture enemy ships, plunder coastal towns, dig for buried treasure, rescue lost family members, form alliances with colonial powers, even marry the governor's...

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Populous (SNES)
The endless struggle between Good and Evil. In Populous, take control as the deity of Good, guiding your people as they confront the forces of Evil across hundreds of different...

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Raid on Bungeling Bay (NES)
The Bungeling Empire is attempting to take over the world! Your mission is to fly in with your attack helicopter and destroy their factories before they can finish their War Machine. You are not alone, fortunately you will be backed up by an...

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RC Pro AM (NES)
You are a radio-control racecar driver, your goal is to place in the top three of every race to win the trophy and prize...

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Ring King (NES)
In the Arcade Classic boxing game, hone your skills in the gym, then pummel your way through the tournament, or contend for the Title in the World Cicuit. Or power-up your fighter to challenge your friends in brutal 2-player...

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Road Blasters (NES)
Finish a series of road rallies without running out of fuel or crashing and burning....

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Rush 'n Attack (NES)
Armed with only a medium combat knife (which Dundee or Rambo would be ashamed to carry) you set out to save the world from legions of fur-lined terrorists! Is the anti-Soviet pun obvious...

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Rygar (NES)
You are Rygar, legendary hero of the land of Argool. Wielding your awesome Diskarmer which looks like a shield but works like a twirling yo-yo of death, fight your way through the evil monsters to confront Ligar, the King of Beasts!
This is a...

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Section Z (NES)
A fast-paced side-scrolling shooter, Section Z takes you into Fortress Balangool, where you will fight your way through to challenge L-Brain, and, presumably, save the universe. Or just get killed. A...

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Shadow of the Ninja (NES)
The year is 2026, and things have apparently changed in the good old U.S. of A. As one of two "Shadow Ninjas," or both if you play together with a friend, your job is to liberate New York City from the evil Emperor Garuda. Pretty good graphis, and...

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Snake Rattle 'n Roll (NES)
As a couple of little snakes called Rattle and Roll, your mission is to crawl, jump, and eat your way through 11 levels of checkerboard landscapes, waterfalls, and an assortment of wierd...

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Space Invaders (Atari 2600)
I know, it's not exactly the greatest story ever told. And the best part is, you don't even get to save the day in the end. They just keep sending wave after wave, until they finally get you. One of the true classics of video gaming, and...

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Spider-Man / X-Men: Arcades Revenge (Genesis)
Spiderman and the X-men unite in battle against techno-villain Arcade's legions of robotic rogues. No pun intended, she's not in this one. The sprites are really well drawn and the animation is smooth. The music is at least good enough not to drive...

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Taboo the Sixth Sense (NES)
Taboo is a simulated Tarot deck. Pretty simple...

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Top Gear (SNES)
Top Gear, as the name suggests, is a car racing game. Race against the clock and a field of computer-controlled drivers to see if you can become the ultimate racing champion. Or play with a friend and show off your track burning skills. Top Gear's...

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Troddlers (SNES)
Troddlers is a great puzzler in which the heroes run and jump around the screen, pushing boulders, picking up and moving blocks, in an effort to collect gems, guide your tiny allies to safety, and smash...

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Trojan (NES)
This side-scrolling game pits you against the armies of evil King Achilles in an effort to free the world from his...

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Ultima 3: Exodus (NES)
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Uninvited (NES)
You find yourself an Uninvited and unwilling guest in a house of horrors. Roam the mysterious mansion to find your missing sister. Search through various rooms, examine objects, pick up different items and use them to fulfill your...

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Utopia: The Creation of a Nation (SNES)
Populous meets SimCity... in Outer Space. Your mission is to build a thriving colony on a foreign planet, while wiping out the alien resistance. A pioneer of Real Time Strategy gaming, Utopia is a truly fun and addictive game. The graphics are...

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Wheel of Fortune (NES)
Spin the Wheel. Buy a Vowel. Solve the Puzzle. If you're not familiar with this concept then you've been asleep for the past 25...

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (NES)
Based on the Disney movie, you are Eddie Valiant. With Roger Rabbit as your faithful companion, defeat Judge Doom and save Toon...

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Win, Lose or Draw (NES)
Based on the popular game show and party game. Guess the clues based on the pictures drawn by the other team (or let the computer do the...

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Wizardry (NES)
A classic Dungeon-crawler. Fight your way to the bottom of the labyrinth to confront an evil wizard and recover the Overlord's lost Amulet. Wizardry is one of the true classics. It comes from a time when RPG meant simply fighting your way through a...

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Wolverine - Adamantium Rage (SNES)
Wolverine seeks information about his past and uncovers a huge tangled mess in the present. So he sets out to untangle it by clawing everything in sight to pieces. And by calling everyone "Bub." The graphics in Wolverine Adamantium Rage are truly...

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Wrecking Crew (NES)
Another great Nintendo game starring Mario, this time as a demolitionist. Grab your Hammer and get ready to...

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Xenophobe (NES)
Kill monsters. Get stuff. Couldn't be simpler. Oh... and don't get killed yourself. Those Xenos are mean, and your Phobia is...

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Y's 3: Wanderers From Y's (SNES)
The main character, Adol, returns from adventuring with his friend Dogi to find his home town in trouble. Thus begins his side-scrolling RPG adventure, which will take him all over the world, again. To save the people from a creature of overwhelming...

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Zoop (Genesis)
This is a neat little puzzle game that can be very addictive. You are sitting in the middle of the screen being gradually assaulted by different colored shapes, and your job is to eliminate them by matching...

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