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Mega Man 4

Mega Man 4 is an action-platform game developed by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the fourth game in the original Mega Man series and was originally released in Japan in 1991. The game was localized in North America the following January, and in Europe in 1993.

Skull & Crossbones

Skull & Crossbones is a pirate-themed beat 'em up developed by Atari Games and released as an arcade video game in 1989. Developer Tengen ported the game to the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, Nintendo Entertainment System, and ZX Spectrum.

R.B.I. Baseball 3

R.B.I. Baseball 3 is the 3rd installment of the series for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Super Sprint

Super Sprint is a racing video game released by Atari Games and Midway Games in 1986. Up to three players drive Formula One-like cars on a circuit that is viewed from above. The game is a successor to Gran Trak 10 and the Sprint series, which were black-and-white games from the 1970s.

R.B.I. Baseball

R.B.I. Baseball is a baseball sports video game series. R.B.I. stands for "run batted in". Launched in 1987 as a localized version of Namco's Family Stadium series, the R.B.I. Baseball series initially ran through 1995. In 2014, the series was rebooted as a competitor to MLB: The Show, with releases each year until its cancellation.

P.O.W. Prisoners of War

P.O.W.: Prisoners of War, released in Japan as Datsugoku -Prisoners of War-, is a side-scrolling beat 'em up game produced by SNK and originally released as an arcade game in 1988. A home version was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System on June 30, 1989, in Japan and in September in North America.


RoboWarrior, known in Japan as Bomber King, is an action puzzle video game developed by Hudson Soft, and co-developed by Aicom, making it their first NES game they worked on, and published by Jaleco for the Nintendo Entertainment System and the MSX.

Raid On Bungeling Bay

Raid on Bungeling Bay is a shoot 'em up video game developed by Will Wright and published by Broderbund for the Commodore 64 in 1984. It was the first video game designed by Will Wright. The Commodore 64 version was published in the UK by Ariolasoft. The game inspired Wright to develop SimCity in 1989.


Solstice: The Quest for the Staff of Demnos, or simply Solstice, is a 1990 puzzle video game developed by Software Creations. It was published by Nintendo in Europe and CSG Imagesoft in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System.


Athena (アテナ, Atena) is a platform arcade game, developed and published in 1986 by SNK. Conversions were later released for the NES console and ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 home computers.


Rygar is a side-scrolling platform game created by Tecmo in 1986 and originally released for arcades in Japan as Argos no Senshi (アルゴスの戦士, Arugosu no Senshi, lit. Warrior of Argus). The player assumes the role of a "Legendary Warrior", battling through a hostile landscape. The main feature of gameplay is the use of a weapon called the "Diskarmor", a shield with a long chain attached to it.


Othello or Othello World for Game Boy, is a video game developed by HAL Laboratory, made for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Versions of the game were first released on home consoles by Philips Magnavox on the Odyssey 2 as Dynasty in 1978, and later on the Atari 2600 in 1980.

Fist of the North Star

Fist of the North Star is a side-scrolling action video game produced by Toei Animation and developed by Shouei System for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Lunar Pool

Lunar Pool is a sports video game. It was developed by Compile for the Nintendo Entertainment System and MSX. The game combines pool with aspects of miniature golf. The object is to knock each ball into a pocket using a cue ball. The game offers sixty levels, and the friction of the table is adjustable.


Reception Pictionary, taglined The Game of Video Quick Draw, is a video board game developed by Software Creations and published by LJN for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is based on the board game of the same name. Players may play in up to four teams of unlimited players.

The Black Bass

The Black Bass, known in Japan as The Black Bass II, is a NES fishing video game, developed by HOT・B and released in June 1989. It is the sequel to the Japan-exclusive The Black Bass on MSX and Family Computer. It is the second entry in the Black Bass series and the first to be released outside Japan.