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Jack Nicklaus Golf is a golf simulation that is supported by the Golden Bear himself. The game features several courses for you to play, and several options for you to change so the gameplay suits the way you like it. You can also play as someone you have created, or Jack Nicklaus himself. There are several different camera angles, giving the game more presentation like a tv broadcast. You can play in tournaments, stroke play or match play. Also, you can play against one, two or three friends in a game to see who is the best.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1645   Released: 1991
Keywords: Golf, Sports
hrabonzm
56
Personal Best: N/A
This video game is the third in the Crush Pinball series, and was preceded by Alien Crush and Devil's Crush. The game features a theme revolving around the mythology of a type of Japanese demon or ogre, called a Jaki.

Jaki Crush consists of three large screens that smoothly scroll vertically as the ball moves around the table. Like any other games in the series, Jaki Crush plays very much like an actual pinball machine and includes flippers, bumpers and other traditional obstacles. However, Naxat incorporated several features unique to video games - such as wandering enemies, hidden screens, ball upgrades, bosses and expansive visual effects. The most noticeable feature is undoubtedly the ghostly demon face (in the 'Crush' tradition) that becomes more tangible as the game progresses.
~second part is courtesy of videogameden.com
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1796   Released: 1992
AKA: Naxat Super Pinball: Jaki Hakai
Keywords: Pinball
INNUENDO
17,976,300
Personal Best: N/A
Based on the 1991-92 cartoon series, James Bond Jr. puts you in the role of 007's nephew as he attempts to save a group of scientists from the clutches of S.C.U.M. The gameplay combines standard platform shooting with occasional brainteasers such as opening safes or solving a Rubik's cube type puzzle. The polished visuals have a refined look, with detailed backgrounds and well-animated characters. Unfortunately, the game relies heavily on making long series of jumps and has a tendency to trap you between an enemy and an obstacle, causing James to bounce repeatedly until his death. However, a large supply of lives and continues goes a long way toward counteracting these flaws.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1408   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: 007


Personal Best: N/A
Story:
The game takes place immediately after its predecessor, James Pond. Although Acme Oil Co. has been destroyed by James Pond, Pond's arch enemy Dr Maybe survived and has retreated to the North Pole where he has taken over Santa's workshop. Dr Maybe is holding Santa's workers hostage, and has turned many of Santa's helpers into his own twisted and dangerous assistants. James Pond is recruited to infiltrate Santa's grotto, free the captive penguins, retrieve the stolen toys for the children of the world, and defeat Dr Maybe once and for all. This time, however, due to the greater risks involved in this mission, Pond is given a robotic suit and the code name "RoboCod". This suit gives Pond superhuman strength and agility as well as enabling him to stretch his midsection almost indefinitely and reach otherwise impossibly high areas.

Gameplay:
James starts outside Santa's toy factory. There are many doors, each of which leads to a stage with many differently-themed levels, 50 in total. Hostile creatures lurk in these levels, and they come in many forms. There are no weapons in the game, so James must jump on them to defeat them. After completing two "doors", James goes on to another door where a boss awaits.

James's body armour enables him to extend his body vertically to incredible lengths and grab hold of the ceiling or platforms above him. This allows him to travel along the ceiling and drop down on the top of an unsuspecting enemy, or to get to otherwise inaccessible areas. James can also pick up items that provide points. Power-ups include extra lives and wings that grant James the ability to fly. From time to time James may enter vehicles, namely cars, planes or flying bathtubs.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1620   Released: 1993
AKA: Super James Pond
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: James Pond
blaze800000
2,401,000
Personal Best: N/A
Like the other James Pond games, Operation Starfish is a comical cartoonish platform game starring an orange fish called James Pond, although this game draws more from science fiction films then from spy films as the previous games in the series. The game's plot involves Pond's archenemy, Dr. Maybe, constructing a stronghold on the Moon so that he can mine it for cheese, so Pond and his sidekick Finnius the Frog travel to the Moon to penetrate his stronghold and foil his evil plans of taking over the dairy industry.

The gameplay in Operation Starfish is similar to the SNES game Super Mario World. The map of the Moon consists of many levels connected with pathways. Based on the humorous legend that the Moon is made of cheese, all levels are named after different dairy products, such as "The Garden of Edam", after the Garden of Eden. A unique twist to the standard "Super Mario"-style gameplay is that Pond's magno-boots allow him to walk on the Moon's cheesy surface in any orientation, even upside down. Operation Starfish was one of the largest games to be made for the Sega Mega Drive. The goal of each level is to find one of its communication beacons and break it. Some beacons require activating first by finding special cups.

Pond can run, jump and punch as standard. He can also use various items lying around, such as spring shoes, fruit guns and dynamite. By finding a special icon, players can play as his froggy partner, Finnius, who has superior jumping abilities.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1482   Released: 1994
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: James Pond


Personal Best: N/A
Jammit is a trash-talkin', playground-type basketball game. You can challenge one of three of the city's best players (Slade, Chill, and Roxy) in eight-round tournaments, or you can play a human opponent. In the one-player mode, winning the eight rounds of play gives you the dubious honor of playing the court king, Judge, in a winner-takes-all game of his choosing.

Jammit has a number of options and features. When tired, you can hit Pump Up a total of three times to renew your energy. You can call fouls (up to five in a game) on your opponent just like in a game of real one-on-one. After five fouls, anything goes. A Slam Cam changes the point of view to a close-up when a player goes in to 3jammit2. A demo mode pits one player against another in a computer-controlled contest. This way, you can see how each game is played before you get into a real competition.

There are several modes of play in Jammit, such as 2 Hot, where you get extra points when you make a shot from a moving X, Frenzy, where both players have a basketball, and Slams Only, where only a dunk counts for points. There are also several variations on the popular street game, 21.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1444   Released: 1994
Keywords: Basketball, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
Jelly Boy puts in the control of a jelly baby with morphing powers, like if A Boy and His Blob merged together in some ungodly ritual. His quest is to find various items inside a weird factory so that the elevator doorman will allow him to go up and meet the dude in charge. The most important items are musical notes. These are like the rings in Sonic The Hedgehog, as they'll serve both as an extra life (at 100) as well as a one-hit shield.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1099   Released: 1991
Keywords: Platform, Action
Uter
4,550
Personal Best: N/A
The player controls a young boy named Jerry, who was a prince and ruler of a kingdom. Jerry has been transformed into a blob by a mysterious wizard at the behest of his jealous brother, Tom, who has a crush on the young princess Emi. In that incarnation, the player plays as a little jelly bean with eyes, traveling across a photorealistic grassy landscape.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1462   Released: 1992
AKA: Smart Ball, Jerry Boy
Keywords: Platform, Action
T to the C
14,800
Personal Best: N/A
Hosted by Alex Trebek (via digitized graphics and sound), Jeopardy! for the Super NES features more than 3,500 all-new questions in 700 plus categories. You and up to two friends can take part in this game of trivia. Your brain will be challenged with questions about religion, art, sports, history, animals, science, poetry and other diverse topics.

The gameboard in Jeopardy! is a six-by-five grouping of squares, each space containing a dollar amount and a hidden question. A subject is listed at the top of each row of squares. The higher the dollar amount for a space, the harder the question.

Contestants get a chance to compete by pressing a buzzer in a timely manner. If it is already your turn or you are the first to buzz in, you must produce your answer (in the form of a question) by using the gamepad to select letters and/or numbers from a board. If the square you choose contains a Daily Double, you can earn bonus money by betting on yourself to answer the question correctly.

After one round of play, Double Jeopardy! kicks in. Gameplay stays basically the same, but the categories change and dollar amounts double. When this round is complete, it's time for Final Jeopardy!, which has players gambling on whether or not they know the answer to one question. If you have a negative dollar amount showing when it's time for Final Jeopardy!, you can't participate.

Do you have the quick thinking skills and wealth of knowledge necessary to become the New Jeopardy! Champion? Play this game and find out!
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2890   Released: 1993
Keywords: Trivia
ExedExes
34,800
Personal Best: N/A
Have you ever been watching the game show Jeopardy! on television and popped up from the couch, shouting out the question to the answer at the top of your lungs, only to have your cat run into the other room and your wife threaten divorce? Now you can release your quizzical frustrations (and perhaps save your marriage) with Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition featuring Alex Trebek for the Super NES. Featuring more than 3,500 new questions in over 700 categories, this game puts you in the studio as a contestant and potential winner of thousands of dollars.

You can play this game by yourself or let one or two friends join in. When playing solo or with two players, you can elect to have the computer fill the role of the other contestant(s). Just like in the television show, three contestants compete by buzzing in quickly to answer trivia questions about things as diverse as art, literature, sports, fine china, architecture, dogs, royalty and other esoteric and not-so-esoteric subjects. A digital image of Alex Trebek, host of the popular television series, is on hand to lend his voice to the proceedings.

The Jeopardy! gameboard consists of six vertical rows of squares, each square containing a dollar amount, each row given a specific subject. Theoretically, the higher the dollar amount, the tougher the question. For example: Greek History for $500 could indeed be a toughie. If you are the first to buzz in or it is already your turn, you spell out your answer (which is stated as a question) by using your control pad to scroll over and select icons from a letter/number board. One of the 30 squares contains a Daily Double. The player who lucks out by uncovering this square gets to earn extra bucks by placing a wager.

After the first round of play, it is time for Double Jeopardy!, which is the same as Jeopardy! except that the categories will change and the dollar values on the board will double. Finally, after completing round two, it is time for Final Jeopardy! In this round, players wager on a single question. Only players showing a positive dollar amount will be allowed to compete in Final Jeopardy!

The player with the highest overall earnings at the end of the final round will be crowned "The New Jeopardy! Champion."
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1604   Released: 1994
Keywords: Trivia


Personal Best: N/A
Based on Jeopardy, the long running trivia game show hosted by Alex Trebek, Jeopardy! Sports Edition allows up to three players to compete for cash by answering sports-related questions. In each round of play, there are six categories to choose from and five questions within each category. Categories include things like Baseball Movies, Female Athletes, Football Coaches, Memorable Trades, Golf Scoring, Broken Records, Mascots, and Basketball. To answer a question, you must spell it out with your controller, pointing and clicking on letters of the alphabet. The player with the most cash at the end of Jeopardy, Double Jeopardy, and Final Jeopardy wins the game.

Jeopardy! Sports Edition, which has more than 3,500 questions in its memory banks, features Alex Trebek's likeness and digitized voice.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1646   Released: 1993
Keywords: Trivia
Coopdaddy
18,100
Personal Best: N/A
Captain Zoom informs George while was traveling to work that Zora, the leader of the space pirates, is planning on looting the solar system of all of its resources. George has to go through nine stages of intergalactic action in order to stop the pirates using a special device known as a Pneumo Osmatic Precipitator (P.O.P.). This device allows George to hold on to things and breathe underwater as well. There are various boss fights with machinery. With a high enough score, the player goes into a bonus stage where items must be collected before time runs out. Players must also travel through tubes to get from one part of the level to another. Speed chases are even included in certain levels of the game.

There is also a Japanese version of this game titled "Yōkai Buster: Ruka no Daibōken" which is translated as "Phantom Buster: Ruka's Big Adventure"
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1642   Released: 1994
AKA: Phantom Buster Ruka's Big Adventure
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: hanna barbera, the jetsons
Uter
47,980
Personal Best: N/A
There is a career mode called "Max Voltage" mode that allows the player to relive the career of a Japanese professional wrestler, from his training days to his twilight years. In career mode, players can choose their background (ranging from wrestling to bodybuilding and even karate) in order to gain his move-set. Each player belongs to a wrestling company, and they can be easily switched around in career mode. Losing a series of matches will result in game over.

Four different leagues found in this game include: Super Japan Pro Wrestling (which has stereotypical wrestlers from a circa-1996 Japanese federation), BOM (which are supposed to be the basic hardcore-style wrestlers with over-the-top character designs), WWK (which is full of self-references to other Konami games), and REAL'S (which are composed of mixed martial artists and shoot fighters). The self-referenced Konami characters include Bill and Lance from Contra, Goemon from Legend of the Mystical Ninja, Getsu Fuuma from Getsu Fūma Den, Richter Belmont, the main character from Meikyuu Jiin Dababa, a Snatcher, and the protagonist from Battlantis. Moai Head, Blue Option, Pink Option, Vic Viper, and Lord British (all from Gradius/Salamander/Parodius), and even Sparkster make cameo appearances from other Konami video games.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1637   Released: 1996
Keywords: Fighting, Action


Personal Best: N/A
A side scrolling beat em' up, Jim Lee's Wild C.A.T.S: Covert Action Teams is based on the comic book heroes by Jim Lee. The players take control of three superheroes, Spartan, Maul and Warblade, as they travel through each level, fighting numerous mutants and robots to force a final showdown with the main antagonist, Helspont, who is bent on world destruction.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1515   Released: 1996
Keywords: Beatemup, Action


Personal Best: N/A
The game features several contrasting modes of gameplay, including side-view platforming, top-view, and horizontal shoot 'em up.

Despite its name, it is an entirely 2D game, although the game uses many layers of parallax scrolling backgrounds moving in opposite directions to give a great sense of depth.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1243   Released: 1993
david man45
59,930
Personal Best: N/A
1. A training mode with five different instructors to hone various areas of your game.

2. An exhibition mode, in which you have the option of playing singles or doubles matches against the computer or watching the computer play demo matches. There are 16 players in the game (Jimmy Connors along with 15 fictional players), and all are selectable in exhibition mode.

3. The meat of the game is in the tour mode. Tour mode is divided into 12 months, and a certain number of tennis tournaments are held each month. For example, in January, the Australian Open is held, along with two other tournaments. Every tournament is worth a certain number of points for winning it, with major tournaments obviously worth more than minor tournaments. You will receive a certain number of points depending on your finish in each tournament which are added up over the course of the year. After each month of tour mode, you are given a password. If you choose to take a break from playing, you must write down this password to continue where you left off. Your objective is to achieve the number one ranking in the world by the end of the year by having the most points. All four of the Grand Slam tournaments are here, and Blue Byte added their own tournament as a fifth major.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1387   Released: 1993
Keywords: Tennis, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
Jimmy Houston's Bass Tournament U.S.A. is a Fishing game.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 963   Released: 1994
Keywords: Fishing, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
In Super Nintendo's Joe and Mac you grab a club and start clubbin' your way through 12 levels of action filled with cavemen, pterodactyls, dinosaurs, and general pre-historic trouble. Super two-player mode lets Joe and Mac bash each other as they bash the badguys. Regular two-player mode lets you work together, and and one-player mode sends out Joe by himself to rescue the girls.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1543   Released: 1993
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: tatakae genshijin
ZeroAbyss
16,900
Personal Best: N/A
The game stars the green-haired Joe and the blue-haired Mac, cavemen who battle though numerous prehistoric levels using, weapons such as boomerangs, bones, fire, flints, electricity, stone wheels, and clubs.

The gameplay is somewhat similar to Contra and has a Gauntlet-style health system, where the player loses health over a period of time apart from in boss battles. This health system is also not unlike that of Sega's Wonder Boy. The game could be played in either single player or two player mode. In the two player mode, both characters could hurt each other. The game was also notable for its cartoon style graphics, humor, and sound effects.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2252   Released: 1991
AKA: Tatakae Genshijin
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: tatakae genshijin
Tails
308,600
Personal Best: N/A
John Madden Football kicks off its Super Nintendo debut with 29 teams (including the All-Madden Team), 100 realistic plays, adjustable weather conditions, and a unique passing view that uses three windows to zoom-in on the receivers. Despite the lack of an NFL or NFLPA license, players and teams are modeled after real-life counterparts from the 1990 season. Three play options include Pre-Season, Regular Season (one game only) and Playoffs, which can be continued via password. John Madden Football also features penalties, timeouts, turnovers and audibles to help create an authentic football experience.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1239   Released: 1991
Keywords: Football, Sports
Series: Madden


Personal Best: N/A
Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken is a Role-Playing game, developed by WinkySoft and published by Cobra Team, which was released in Japan in 1993.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1175   Released: 1993
Keywords: Rpg
Series: jojo, shonen jump


Personal Best: N/A
The player begins the game as Frodo Baggins, and progressively acquires the remaining user of the Fellowship; Samwise Gamgee, Peregrin Took, Meriadoc Brandybuck, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, and Gandalf (Boromir strangely only makes a single brief appearance). With the addition of extra controllers and the SNES Multitap, the game supported up to four players (provided there were currently four characters in the party). Any characters not controlled by the player(s) are controlled by the computer A.I..

The game progresses through a series of "fetch quests" in which the player must explore vast environments to retrieve items relative to the game's story. These items are often simple trinkets that have been misplaced by the game's non-player characters (NPCs). Much like the book, the game begins in the Shire, the land of the Hobbits. The game's plot takes the player to various locations from the book, such as the village of Bree, the elven city of Rivendell, and the Mines of Moria. Unlike the book, however, the finale of the game is the fight between the Fellowship and the Balrog creature in the Mines of Moria (the first volume of the book ends significantly later).

Although the game is entitled Lord of the Rings, Vol. I, no sequel was ever released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2198   Released: 1994
Keywords: Rpg
Series: lotr


Personal Best: N/A
The player is given a choice to either execute criminals or arrest them. Levels range from a 22nd century city called MegaCity One, a prison in a post-nuclear wasteland, ruins, and even the final showdown with Judge Rico. After Rico is defeated, the game deviates from the movie (starring Sylvester Stallone as the titular role) bringing the players enemies that are inspired more by the comic book series (from Fleetway Editions Limited). A confrontation with the Dark Judges on Deadworld is the actual final boss in the game. Winning this battle will truly end the game with the MegaCity One judges celebrating their victory.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2509   Released: 1995
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: Judge Dredd


Personal Best: N/A
The player controls a young Mowgli through various side-scrolling levels in a similar mold of Pitfall. The Mowgli character must shoot or avoid enemies and negotiate platformed levels and enemies by running, jumping, climbing vines and using the various weapons and powerups available during the game. Mowgli starts the game with a banana projectile, but may collect invincibility masks, coconuts, double banana shots , and boomerang bananas during the game.

Levels are completed by collecting a sufficient number of gems, then finding a specific character placed in the level. The player scores points by obtaining gems along with having fruits and other items that contribute to the player
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1939   Released: 1994
Keywords: Disney, Platform, Action
Series: Jungle Book
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Personal Best: N/A
n Jungle Strike, your job is to defend the United States and its citizens against Carlos Ortega, a South American drug lord and Kilbaba, Jr., a desert madman. This pair of evil despots have joined forces and planned a nuclear terrorist attack. Their target is Washington D.C. You must defend the various buildings and monuments while ensuring the safety of the president. After running the bad guys out of the country, you must go to South America.

There you will find the terrorists' hiding places and training grounds. You must raid their drug processing plants, destroy their nuclear weapons, locate their counterfeiting operations, and rescue American prisoners of war. In your one-man war against tyranny, you will pilot a Comanche Helicopter, an XL-9 Hovercraft, a Special Forces Assault Cycle, and an F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter. Throughout the game you will need to keep an eye out for additional ammo and fuel supplies. Jungle Strike, which is available for both the SNES and the Genesis, is the sequel to Desert Strike.n Jungle Strike, your job is to defend the United States and its citizens against Carlos Ortega, a South American drug lord and Kilbaba, Jr., a desert madman. This pair of evil despots have joined forces and planned a nuclear terrorist attack. Their target is Washington D.C. You must defend the various buildings and monuments while ensuring the safety of the president. After running the bad guys out of the country, you must go to South America.

There you will find the terrorists' hiding places and training grounds. You must raid their drug processing plants, destroy their nuclear weapons, locate their counterfeiting operations, and rescue American prisoners of war. In your one-man war against tyranny, you will pilot a Comanche Helicopter, an XL-9 Hovercraft, a Special Forces Assault Cycle, and an F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter. Throughout the game you will need to keep an eye out for additional ammo and fuel supplies. Jungle Strike, which is available for both the SNES and the Genesis, is the sequel to Desert Strike.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1374   Released: 1994
Series: strike


Personal Best: N/A


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