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A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia

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A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia is a puzzle-platform game developed by Imagineering and published by Absolute Entertainment for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The video game was released in North America in 1989, in Europe by Nintendo in 1991 and in Japan by Jaleco in 1991.

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of the Lance

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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes of the Lance is a video game released in 1988 for various home computer systems and consoles.

Batman Returns

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Batman Returns is the name of several video games for various platforms based on the 1992 film of the same name. The Sega console versions were published by Sega while the MS-DOS and Amiga versions were published by Konami and developed by Spirit of Discovery and Denton Designs respectively.

BreakThru

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BreakThru is a side-scrolling shooting game where you take control of some kind of armored car. Your mission is to plow through enemy territory.

Castlequest

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Castlequest is an adventure video game. It was developed and published by ASCII Corporation in 1985 for the FM-7, PC-88, and Sharp X1. Additional versions followed in 1986 for the Famicom and MSX, and was subsequently released in 1989 for the NES in the United States by Nexoft Corporation.

Code Name: Viper

$7.00
Code Name: Viper, known in Japan as Ningen Heiki Dead Fox, is an action-platform video game developed by Arc System Works and published by Capcom in 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The player takes control of a special forces operative who must combat a drug syndicate in South America.

Deadly Towers

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Deadly Towers is an action role-playing game co-developed by Lenar and Tamtex for Irem as a software title for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in Japan on December 15, 1986, and in North America in September of the following year.

Defenders of Dynatron City

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Reception Defenders of Dynatron City is a video game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System by JVC Musical Industries and Lucasfilm Games in August 1992. The designer of the game was Gary Winnick. This was Winnick's first project as sole designer.

Defenders of the Crown

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Defender of the Crown is a strategy video game designed by Kellyn Beeck. 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.

Dick Tracy

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Dick Tracy appeared in the following video game tie-ins for the motion picture: The Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy games, developed by Realtime Associates and published by Bandai. The Genesis and Master System games by Sega.

Digger T. Rock

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Digger T. Rock: Legend of the Lost City is a platform game developed by Rare and published by the Milton Bradley Company for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was first released in North America in December 1990 and in Europe in 1991.

Dragon Warrior

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Dragon Quest, titled Dragon Warrior when initially localized to North America, is a role-playing video game developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was originally released in Japan in 1986 and by Nintendo in North America in 1989.

Excitebike 5-Screw

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Excitebike is a motocross racing video game developed and published by Nintendo. In Japan, it was released for the Famicom in 1984 and then ported to arcades as VS. Excitebike for the Nintendo VS. System later that year.

Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road

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Victory Road, also known as Dogō Sōken in Japan and Ikari Warriors II: Victory Road in North America, is a run and gun video game released by SNK for arcades in 1986. The game is a sequel to Ikari Warriors, released earlier the same year.

Kid Niki: Radical Ninja

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Kid Niki: Radical Ninja, known in Japan as Kaiketsu Yanchamaru, is an arcade game developed and published by Irem in 1986, and was later published outside Japan by Data East in 1987. The arcade game runs on Irem-62 Hardware, the same as Kung Fu Master.

Krusty’s Fun House

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The player directs small rats to an extermination area through complicated maze-like levels. The player controls Krusty the Clown, who must navigate through his Krusty Brand Fun House. Each level is a puzzle in which a number of rats must be exterminated. Using different objects and obstacles, Krusty must create a path for the rats to follow and guide them towards an extermination device. Other creatures such as snakes, Martians, flying pigs and birds attempt to hinder Krusty's progress by injuring him; he must throw pies in order to defeat them.

Mega Man 2

$27.47
Mega Man 2 is an action game developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in Japan in 1988 and in North America and PAL regions the following years. Mega Man 2 continues Mega Man's battle against the evil Dr. Wily and his rogue robots.

Mega Man 3

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Mega Man 3 is an action-platform video game developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is the third game of the original Mega Man series and was originally released in Japan on September 28, 1990.

Muppet Adventure: Chaos at the Carnival

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Muppet Adventure: Chaos at the Carnival is a video game released for the Apple II, Commodore 64 and MS-DOS in 1989 by Hi Tech Expressions. It was ported to Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990.

Mystery Quest

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Mystery Quest is a platform game developed by Carry Lab. It was published in Japan by Square on May 1, 1987, and in North America by Taxan in April 1989. The game follows the journey of Hao on his quest to become a wizard.

Punch-Out!!

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Punch-Out!!, originally titled Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, is a 1987 boxing video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Part of the Punch-Out!! series, it is an adaptation of the arcade video games Punch-Out!! and Super Punch-Out!!.

Rampage

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Rampage is a 1986 arcade video game by Bally Midway. Inspired by monster films, players control a trio of monsters: George, Lizzie, and Ralph, humans turned into creatures due to various experimental mishaps. The objective is to destroy cities and combat military forces while maintaining their health.

Spot: The Video Game

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Spot: The Video Game is a video game developed and produced by Virgin Mastertronic in 1990/1991 for the Amiga, Atari ST, MS-DOS computers, Game Boy and NES. It is the first video game to feature the then-current 7 Up mascot "Spot", and was later followed up by platformers Cool Spot and Spot Goes To Hollywood.

Spy vs. Spy

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Spy vs. Spy is a video game written by Michael Riedel for the Commodore 64 and published by First Star Software in 1984. A port for the Atari 8-bit computers was released simultaneously.