The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner, originally released in Japan as Tobidase Daisakusen, is a 1987 third-person rail shooter platform video game developed and published by Square for the Family Computer Disk System. It was later ported to cartridge format and published by Acclaim for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Adventures of Dino Riki, known in Japan as Shin Jinrui: The New Type, is a video game released in 1987 for the Family Computer in Japan and 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System in the North America.
Adventures of Lolo is a puzzle video game released in 1989 by HAL Laboratory for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is a compilation of puzzles from Eggerland: Meikyū no Fukkatsu and Eggerland: Sōzō he no Tabidachi.
Air Fortress is a video game published in Japan for the Famicom in August 1987, in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System in September 1989 after an initial test release of 385 copies in 1987, and a PAL release exclusively in Australia in 1989.
Al Unser Jr.'s Turbo Racing is a racing video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System console released in 1990.
Anticipation is a video board game developed by Rare and released by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1988. It is playable in either single-player or multiplayer mode, with up to four players competing against each other and/or computer-controlled opponents.
Archon: The Light and the Dark is a 1983 video game developed by Free Fall Associates and one of the first five games published by Electronic Arts.
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The president has been kidnapped by ninjas -- Bad Dudes for NES asks if you are a bad enough dude to rescue him.
Bandai Golf Challenge Pebble Beach is a golf video game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed and released by Bandai. The game is named after Pebble Beach, a golf course on California's Pacific Coast.
Baseball Stars is a baseball video game developed by SNK. It was released first as a 2-player baseball arcade game and was later released for the NES in 1989. It became a major hit in many countries worldwide, particularly in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
Bases Loaded, known in Japan as Moero!! Pro Yakyuu, is a baseball video game by Jaleco that was originally released in Japan for the arcades. A version for the Nintendo Entertainment System was released in 1987 in Japan and in 1988 in North America, and a Game Boy port was released in July of 1990.
Battle Chess is a computer game version of chess with animated three-dimensional graphics. It was originally developed and released by Interplay Entertainment for the Amiga in 1988 and subsequently on
Blades of Steel, later released in Japan as Konamic Ice Hockey, is an ice hockey video game released by Konami for North American arcades in 1987, and ported to the Family Computer Disk System and Nintendo Entertainment System in 1988. All teams are fictional but based out of real Canadian and American cities.
BurgerTime, originally released as Hamburger in Japan, is a 1982 arcade game developed by Data East initially for its DECO Cassette System. The player is chef Peter Pepper, who must walk over hamburger ingredients located across a maze of platforms while avoiding characters who pursue him.
California Games is a 1987 sports video game originally released by Epyx for the Apple II and Commodore 64, and ported to other home computers and video game consoles.
Captain Skyhawk is a scrolling shooter video game developed by Rare and published by Milton Bradley Company. The game was released in North America in June 1990 and in Europe the next year for the NES. It was also released for the PlayChoice-10 arcade machine. It features music by composer David Wise.
Castlevania II: Simon's Quest is a platform-adventure game produced by Konami. It was originally released in Japan in 1987 for the Famicom Disk System, and in North America in 1988 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, respectively.
Caveman Ughlympics or Caveman Ugh-lympics is a 1988 Olympic-themed sports video game set in the Stone Age. It was developed for the Commodore 64 and MS-DOS by Dynamix and published by Electronic Arts.
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers is a platform game developed and published by Capcom based on the Disney animated series of the same name.
Clash at Demonhead, known in Japan as Dengeki Big Bang!, is an action-adventure platform game released by Vic Tokai for the Nintendo Entertainment System on January 27, 1989 in Japan and January 1990 in North America.
Commando, released in Japan as Senjō no Ōkami, is a run and gun, vertically scrolling arcade game released in 1985, unrelated to the 1985 film of the same name. Its influence can be seen in various later games in the shooter game genre. Versions were released for various home computers and consoles.
Defender of the Crown is a strategy computer game designed by Kellyn Beck. It was Cinemaware's first game, and was originally released for the Commodore Amiga in 1986, setting a new standard for graphic quality in home computer games. In 1987 it was ported to the Commodore 64, Atari ST, MS-DOS, and Macintosh.
Dick Tracy appeared in a number of video games released as tie-ins for the motion picture: The NES and Game Boy games, developed by Realtime Associates and published by Bandai The Sega Genesis and Master System games by Sega A video game developed by Titus France and published by Walt Disney Computer Software.