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Two meteors fell on Earth on a small island near the west coast of North America. In the middle of the island there is a small town governed by a sheriff. Strange things started to happen like monsters suddenly attacking people while leaving behind a message that said demiseed. One of the aliens introduces himself as Zero, the Space Sheriff, and explains that an intergalactic criminal named Demi has escaped from justice and is hiding somewhere on the island, being the cause of all the troubles lately.

Zero possesses the player's body; allowing him to do tasks that are only possible as a part of a human being. Buying and upgrading weapons is essential to defeating the monsters once and for all. While featuring traditional dungeon-crawling components and many enemies to dispose of in real-time combat, weapons include pistols, shotgun, machine gun, and even a flamethrower (all with infinite ammo). There are also special attacks than can be done with all the weapon types. This game uses a system of lives similar to Super Mario Bros.. Should a player die, he will be resurrected at the spot with full health restored. However, the player loses a life with an immediate game over occurring if the player loses his last life. Extra lives are awarded at dungeon completion or in treasure chests.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1541   Released: 1997
Dojah
436,120
Personal Best: N/A
Gekitou Burning Pro Wrestling is a Japanese wrestling game. Due to the simple graphics, BPW contains over 800 moves and can allow up to six men active in the ring at once.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1482   Released: 1995
Keywords: Fighting, Action


Personal Best: N/A
The game takes place in the fictitious Isle of Ishmeria. Once upon a time, six wizards, each wielding a unique brand of magic, used their powers to protect the island and maintain peace. This was disrupted when they were collectively challenged by a Fire Dragon, summoned forth by a wizard intent on plunging the country into darkness.

The sea-dwelling dragon of peace known as the Pastha charged the six wizards with the task of fighting back. They succeeded, sealing the Fire Dragon away into a ruby at the top of a crown, and themselves became the six jewels around the crown's base. The crown, called Gemfire, was a symbol of utmost power and authority.

When Gemfire fell into the hands of the now current King of Ishmeria, Eselred, he sought to abuse the object's power, using it to embark on a tyrannical reign, instilling fear within his oppressed subjects. Ishmeria fell into despair as his power flourished. Finally, his young daughter, Princess Robyn, could bear to watch her father's grievous misdeeds no longer--she seized Gemfire and pried the six wizard gems loose, causing them to shoot upward into the sky and circle briefly overhead before scattering themselves to different parts of Ishmeria. When a furious Eselred learned of Robyn's actions, he had her locked her away in a tower; but it was futile as the deed had already been done, and Robyn had taken the crucial first step toward freeing her people.

Meanwhile, the six wizards each take up residence with a prominent family of Ishmeria. The two most powerful of these clans are the Blanches, led by Prince Erin and supported by Zendor, Emerald Wizard and Wielder of Lightning; and the Lyles, led by Prince Ander and backed by Pluvius, Sapphire Wizard and Caster of Meteors. Four other clans (Flax, Coryll, Chrysalis and Molbrew) also have wizards of Gemfire at their disposal in the beginning. With the breaking of the spell on Gemfire, each of these clans sets out to unseat Eselred, claim the throne as their own and restore order and peace to Ishmeria.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 1910   Released: 1993
Keywords: Strategy


Personal Best: N/A
The player is given the option to conquer either the country of Mongolia as Temujin, the man who would one day become Genghis Khan himself, or as one of three other rivals in that region; or to take over the known world of the time as one of several rulers from throughout Europe, mainland Asia, and North Africa. Conquests are made through the balance of economy, population, buying and selling manufactured goods, family relations, promoting and demoting generals, developing military, all in a turn-based fashion. All of these actions can happen only within a given amount of "turn points", so some actions are given priority while others are overlooked. The game also includes a turn-based battle sequence, allowing specific control to the player or delegated to a general.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1787   Released: 1993
Keywords: Strategy


Personal Best: N/A
Now you can step into the shoes of former World Heavyweight Champion George Foreman as you make one last run at the title. The aim of the game is to beat fifteen fictitious opponents, each with his own fighting style, from a perspective just behind your boxer. While there is no movement inside the ring, players will be able to dodge punches by pushing left or right on the control pad. Foreman can pummel his opponents using left and right jabs, hooks and a limited number of "superpunches." These special blows are earned through delivering successful combinations, and once you receive one, you'll be able to unleash a powerful attack!

Damage meters for each boxer are graphically represented by two large portraits located on either side of the screen. As a fighter receives punishment, the portrait will start to show swelling, bruises and even blood! While each fight consists of three rounds lasting three minutes apiece, it will end early if one of the following occurs: you knock down the opponent a total of four times; you knock down the opponent three times within a round to earn a TKO; or you land a knockout punch. A panel of three judges will decide the fight should it end without a knockout or TKO. Once you've recaptured the Heavyweight Title of the World, you can take on a friend to see who's the better fighter!
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1483   Released: 1992
Keywords: Boxing, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
Zeke and Julie were at the library, rummaging through an old treasure chest, when they ran across an ancient spirit book. After the kids read just one secret chant contained therein, the room began to shake and a snaggle-toothed spirit emerged from the book. This phantom freak and his minions set out to infest Metropolis and its books, and change history forever.

In Ghoul Patrol you can play as either Zeke or Julie, both of whom can kill ghouls with the best of them. To help you battle evil, you will run across several weapons throughout the game: a crossbow, a machine gun, a homing plasma gun, a laser gun, and a lobbing smash gun. In addition to killing the undead, you must also rescue the innocent. Each of the five levels of play demands that you save ten victims from certain death. The action takes place in Metropolis, in China during the height of the Ming Dynasty, in the Caribbean, in Medieval World, and in Ghosts and Demon World.

Most of the action in the game consists of running around shooting skeletons, zombies, levitating monks, ghosts, teenager-eating plants, and other ghoulish fiends. You must also jump over obstacles such as boneyard lava pits and spike-filled floor panels, and find keys for opening doors. In the last level you can drink a potion that will turn you into the Grim Reaper!
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2033   Released: 1994
Dojah
243,790
Personal Best: N/A
Glory Of Heracles 3: The Silence Of The Gods is a traditional RPG similar in gameplay to Dragon Quest. The game's plot and setting are loosely based around various episodes included in Greek mythology. The hero begins the game in a state of total memory-loss, but discovers that he has somehow acquired a mysterious power that shields him from all bodily harm, essentially making him immortal. The only clue the hero has in discovering his own useridentity is a mysterious dream that he sees every night, and he begins his journey in search of the location shown in the dream.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1687   Released: 1992
AKA: Kamigami no Chinmoku
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A
Based on the Japanese Manga of the same title, you control Ackman, one of Satan's lackeys, as he punches and leaps his way around the levels.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1440   Released: 1994
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: Go Go Ackman


Personal Best: N/A
According to the game's own introduction, "four guardians" have invaded and usurped the citadel of the gods. The gods offer any hero who can succeed in retaking the citadel one favor. The hero who comes forth immediately asks the gods as their favor to be granted a seat among them as an equal. The gods are only comforted by the hope the hero fails. After the last boss is beaten, the gods prove true to their word and the last image is the hero's body becoming a being of light as he ascends to Mount Olympus.

Although at first Gods might seem a "jump and run" platformer, it soon becomes evident that while precise and timed jumping are required to progress, planning each move carefully yields better results health-wise than attempting to speedrun a level, and there are some puzzles (often involving levers and objects) which require the player to go back and forth in the level, since there's only a three space inventory where objects required to get bonuses (such as keys) or to complete a level can be carried.

Weapons work somewhat like those found in shoot 'em ups. There are several weapons available in the levels or to buy, and up to three of each can be used simultaneously. It is also possible to vary the focus of the weapons: to destroy more enemies at the same horizontal level as the player, a tight angle is advisable, but in levels with open spaces and enemies in higher places, a diffuse aim might prove more useful. There are also other weapons, such as bouncing axes that can be used to take on enemies at a lower level or fireballs.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1597   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
knt
1,975,563
Personal Best: N/A
Players select from one of eight different monsters from the Godzilla movies and battle in a variety of locations.

No matter which monster you select, you are taken to a map of Japan and must select your opponent to battle. Battles take place in the familiar 2D fighting screen seen in Street Fighter 2, though the game plays more akin to the SNES Dragonball Z fighting games. Each round has a time period of sixty seconds during which each monster fights with a variety of attacks to wear their opponent's energy bar down and win the round. At the end of the round, the player's score is tallied up based on time, energy and the level of their opponent. Once every enemy monster has been defeated, the player enters the eighth, final round and must face Mechagodzilla 2 or Atragon. Upon the defeat of on of those monsters, the credits roll and the game ends.

Each monster has a variety of standard and unique, special attacks and the ability to block. Standard attacks include light and heavy physical attacks (punch, kick, etc.) and varying degrees of energy-based attacks, a dash attack and a grab attack. Each monster also appears to have the ability to stun the opponent with a loud roar. As a succession of hits is landed, the monster will glow red and be stunned for several seconds, while a separate energy bar fluctuates, presumably either to increase the strength of the monster's attack power or the possibility of stunning the opponent. Monsters are able to use their projectile attacks to block oncoming projectiles, similar to Street Fighter 2, and sometimes the two clash in a brief test-of-strength encounter.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2505   Released: 1995
AKA: Godzilla: Kaijuu Daikessen
Keywords: Fighting, Action
Series: godzilla
DarkalanGrenidge
618,000
Personal Best: N/A
Playing as Goofy or Max, the player works through five areas on Spoonerville Island: on the beach, in a village under siege, a haunted castle, an underground cavern, and finally the pirate's ship where Pete and PJ are held captive.

To defend against enemies, players can throw flowerpots, barrels or vases. There exists several items in the game; for example, a bell to bait the pirates. In the multiplayer game, players can bait enemies into positions where the other player can easily defeat them. A grappling hook can be used to stun enemies or for collecting health points, represented as bananas and cherries; only one item can be carried by each player in multiplayer mode, and two in singleplayer mode. Players get an extra life for collecting a red diamond, and an extra continue for a blue one. Other items include shovels for digging up loot in certain areas and candles for lighting up dark places.

The game is very puzzle-oriented. Goofy and Max can kick stones which slide until they are stopped by a barrier. Goofy and Max must place stones on switches to open doors. They also search for grappling hooks with which they can use to stretch a line over an abyss, or wooden shelves to repair a destroyed bridge. In this situation, the items are lost afterwards. In addition, they must search for keys to open the path to the levels' bosses.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2676   Released: 1993
Keywords: Disney, Action


Personal Best: N/A
Sometime in the 21st century, the metropolis known as Zeus Heaven Magic City has made a miraculous recovery from the fires of a nuclear World War III. But to survive in this city of power and technology, eating the protein found in food was required. Eventually, the secret organization of evil called Bath came to power under the slogan "the power of our protein and all." Bath is a force that increases every day, creating every rash of violent crime throughout the city. Zeus was in danger of ruin because the forces of Bath were constantly winning the battles.

Zeus' leaders, however, will believe that the project will proceed in secret. It is enhanced to create a soldier wearing the body armor, the strongest of the strongest. The ability to modify the human body was conceived. Finally, three humans were transformed into fighting robots.

When enemies are defeated, they drop various items of ingredients (food) that, after completion of a stage, can serve to replenish one's health meter. This is made possible through a process of mixing two ingredients together to create a meal (hence the name "gourmet" in the title). Some of the possible meals that can be made include a salad, spaghetti seafood, fried shrimp, ice cream, and scallops. Combinations of food can either be two of the same items (two vegetables can be combined to make a salad) or between two different food items (pork and rice can make a special meal in a bowl).

One of the game's notable features is that a button is used to make the character use various sentai poses when held down and used with the directional pad. While it is not beneficial, this was added to make the character flex his or her muscles for show. Each stage has a time limit; players lose all the ingredients that were acquired when the timer reaches zero. However, the game has no concept of how many lives the player can have in the game; it's an automatic game over if the player dies.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2319   Released: 1995
AKA: Rose Rascals: Gourmet Squadron
Keywords: Beatemup, Action


Personal Best: N/A
There is an Exhibition mode that can support two players and the Season mode. It is possible to choose between six bikes, and six different engineers whose skills match the player's racing style. While the bikes are slightly different from each other having different suspensions, engines and frames, there is no real difference between the engineers but still they will influence the improvement or worsening of the bike performance.

To be a successful racer, the player must invest in the best equipment and fine-tune his bike so that it runs at an optimal level. To do this, the player will have to race against 15 opponents on 13 tracks located in 12 countries in order to win some pocket money. The game features real tracks all over the world but, even though the display on the menu is correct for the tracks, while playing some turns are wrong or non-existent. During the championship, the player will receive money for getting the first positions on each race, which enable him to upgrade parts of his bike fine-tuning it for better performance. While learning each course, the player will have to find the perfect racing line if he wants to have a chance at winning. In Grand Prix racing there's a fine line between executing the userideal turn and making a mistake that will send the player flying off his bike and tumbling down the track.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1222   Released: 1993
Keywords: Racing


Personal Best: N/A
The game features three game modes: "GP Race" which is present along with a "Practice" and "Race" mode, "Time Attack" which is the famous race against the clock, where the player runs into any circuit in search of the best time, and finally "Vs Battle" allows two players to duke it out head-to-head on the track of their choice. However the race will be only between player one against player two, it couldn't be played in the championship or against the CPU.

In compensation GP Race mode is a kind of career/season mode, where you will fight bravely to earn a place on the podium. It begins with a qualifying round in Japan, consisting of 4 local tracks, and in case you go well in them, you will qualify for the real GP-1 World Championship. Here there is another difference between the two versions, the American has no such qualifying round in Japan, it goes straight to the world championship. At the japanese qualifying round there are only available three motorcycles, after succeeding in the qualifying another three new motorcycles will be available.

In the world championship, you will race against racers from around the world in 13 tracks spread across all corners. Rival racers will intimidate and challenge the player to bet a few bucks to see who arrives before the race, but you can choose not to bet. The extra money you earned from rivals or as a reward of winning races and earn points can be used to upgrade the motorcycle. Earning enough points will let the player obtain better parts for their bike.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1064   Released: 1994
Keywords: Racing


Personal Best: N/A
Gradius III for the Super NES looks and plays a lot like its coin-op counterpart, but, as with Super R-Type before it, it is plagued by horrendous slowdown when there are too many objects on screen at once. This disrupts the flow and the fun of what could have been a stellar shooter for the system. Also, the game is quite a bit easier than the original arcade version.
Rating: 8 Votes8 Votes8 Votes8 Votes8 Votes
Times Played: 7493   Released: 1989
Series: Gradius
TodayIsForgotten
415,200
Personal Best: N/A
Based on the Where's Waldo? series of books, the goal of The Great Waldo Search is to find both Waldo and a letter in variety of crowded settings. As a bonus, if you find Waldo's dog Woof, you get to fly him on a magic carpet, collecting extra points. With its cute, colorful graphics and simple gameplay, the game is obviously aimed towards young children. More could have been done to increase the range of activities and environments, but the game should offer adequate entertainment value for the target audience.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2148   Released: 1993
Keywords: Puzzle
Series: wheres wally
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Personal Best: N/A
Parachuted out of a bomber, the player has landed into hostile territory to defeat the enemy who is threatening Mother Earth with domination. The player is armed with a gun that fires rapid-fire bullets. Each direction it shoots can be fixed toward it so the player doesn't have to hold the joystick toward it. Players may find motorcycles to speed across enemy territory faster in addition to helicopters and cable cars. After scoring over any high score, whether they win or lose, players can enter their name into the high score list after the game over screen is "achieved". A strict time limit keeps the game going at a steady pace throughout; the consequence involves losing a life.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1585   Released: 1992
Keywords: Run N Gun, Shootemup
TodayIsForgotten
313,600
Personal Best: N/A


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