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A combination of Pac-Man and Tetris, Pac-Attack mixes the ghost-gobbling action of the former with the falling block puzzle aspects of the latter. Your job is to maneuver the blocks into lines so they will vanish from the screen. Ghosts also fall from the top of the playfield, getting in the way of the solid lines you are trying to form. Luckily, Pac-Man accompanies the falling blocks from time to time, allowing you to maneuver him into a position to munch the ghosts.

Similar to Tetris, the Normal mode of play in Pac-Attack continues until the blocks and/or ghosts have stacked up to the top of the playfield. Each ghost Pac-Man eats adds a little gold to the Fairy Meter. When the meter is full, a fairy jumps onto the screen and throws a gold dust spell, effectively removing all the ghosts below it. The 2 Player VS Game features head-to-head, split screen action. Here the winner is the player who lasts the longest in two out of three rounds.

In the Puzzle game you complete a level when you have gotten Pac-Man to eat all of the ghosts. If all of the ghosts have not been eaten after a certain number of blocks and ghosts have fallen from the top of the screen, you lose. You can retry each of the 100 levels again and again, and a password feature lets you save your progress.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2248   Released: 1993
Keywords: Puzzle, Maze
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Personal Best: N/A
An enjoyable, albeit lesser-known Pac-Man offshoot, Pac-In-Time is a running, jumping, side-scrolling adventure that gives the venerable pie-shaped character some new abilities, such as swinging on ropes, swimming, and dispatching enemies with fireballs and a hammer. In a nod to the past, Pac-Man must eat a certain number of pellets to get past each of the game's 50-plus levels. Also, Pac can gobble up larger pellets in order to kill ghosts. The sound effects and music are repetitive, but the graphics are colorfully cute and nicely animated.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2806   Released: 1993
Keywords: Platform, Action
sky1989
63,075
Personal Best: N/A
Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures features everyones favorite little gobbler, Pac-Man. Now he is new and improved and out to save his little town from the Witch and her evil ghosts. You must help navigate cute, cuddly Pac-Man through various puzzles and games ranging from mine car races to hangliding. Along the way you will collect items that will aid in your quest and also super berries that turn our hero into a superman who destroys all who oppose him. There are several different locations you will visit such as dark, gloomy caves and abandoned buildings.
Rating: 3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes
Times Played: 3829   Released: 1994
Keywords: Adventure
Series: Pac Man
PP1969GR
59,680
Personal Best: N/A
Packy and Marlon is a platform video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1995. It was designed to improve self-care behavior in children with juvenile diabetes.

A gang of rats has invaded Camp Wa-kee, and stolen the Food and Medical Supplies, hiding them in different areas of the Camp. As such, Packy and Marlon, two diabetic elephants, are tasked with retrieving the stolen goods and clearing out the malicious rodents, while also remembering to take their insulin and check their blood glucose. At the end of the game they face the evil bosses Veets and Yebur of the Lunch Room Crew.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1363   Released: 1994
Keywords: Platform, Action
Tails
4,480
Personal Best: N/A
The Pagemaster is a video game released in conjunction with the 1994 film The Pagemaster. A character can be guided through a selection of levels based around themed books, ranging from horror to adventure and fantasy worlds. Magic can be used, and stomping enemies to death by jumping on their heads is permitted. Enemies include bats, flying books, giant hands, ghosts, pirates, and more.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1777   Released: 1994
Keywords: Platform, Action


Personal Best: N/A
Paladin's Quest, known as Lennus "Memories of an Ancient Machine Lenneth" in Japan, is a role-playing video game developed by Copya System and published in Japan by Asmik Corporation on November 13, 1992, for the Super Famicom.

Gameplay:
Paladin's Quest draws gameplay features from many other games of its era, and adds some interesting innovations of its own to the mix. Like many role-playing video games, the game has a battle mode and an adventure mode - within the adventure mode, the character might be in the overworld map or a dungeon (in which case the player will meet with random encounters), or in a town (in which case random encounters do not occur). This mode is a traditional top-down view. In case of a battle, the game switches to a battle mode. In battle, the player is "facing" the enemy, similar to the Dragon Warrior games. The game's battle mode is Turn-based, in contrast to the Active Time Battle system used by the Final Fantasy games in the same time period. That is, increasing a character's speed increases the chances of acting earlier within a turn, but does not change how frequently that character's turns come about. From each battle, characters accrue experience points, which eventually lead to higher levels, and better attributes. During battle, use of healing items usually, but not always, takes priority and occurs before the enemy can strike.

Plot:
The game centers around a boy named Chezni who, on a dare, activates an ancient machine called Dal Gren and in doing so releases a being of immense power and evil. As a result the magic school is destroyed and the headmaster of the school orders Chezni to destroy Dal Gren at whatever cost before it destroys the world. During his travels he meets a girl named Midia, very much like himself, who wishes to help him on his quest, and numerous other mercenaries that come to aid Chezni. The main antagonist is a young dictator named Zaygos, who wants to use the Dal Gren for his own nefarious purposes.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1457   Released: 1992
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A
Panel de Pon is a puzzle video game developed by Intelligent Systems.

Gameplay:
In Panel de Pon, the player is presented with a playfield consisting of a virtual grid of squares, each of which can be occupied by a colored block. Blocks are stacked on top of one another and rise steadily toward the top of the playfield, with new blocks being added at the bottom. The player must arrange blocks in horizontal or vertical lines of three or more matching colors by swapping blocks horizontally two at a time. As matching lines are formed, the blocks are cleared from the screen and any blocks above them fall into the gaps. The game is over when the blocks touch the top of the playfield, or another game-ending condition is met (such as reaching a time limit or clearing blocks below a set line).

The player moves a two-block cursor around the playfield using the D-pad and swaps blocks within the cursor using the action button. A block may be swapped with an empty space, and blocks that are moved into an empty column immediately fall toward the bottom of the playfield. The player can cause the playfield to rise more quickly by pressing either shoulder button. The cursor is free to move while blocks are clearing, allowing the player to form other matches and line up chains.

Story:
In Panel de Pon, the evil devil king Thanatos has cast a spell over the world of Popples to cause fighting amongst the fairies. The Fairy of Flowers, Lip, is unaffected due to her magic stick. Lip must defeat each of her fairy friends in a puzzle game to return their personalities to normal, then proceed to face off against Thanatos.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2975   Released: 1995
AKA: Action Puzzle Game
Keywords: Puzzle, Falling Block
Seahawk
99,999
Personal Best: N/A
Panel De Pon 98 is an altered version of the original Panel de Pon released via Satellaview in 1998.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1625   Released: 1998
Seahawk
40,705
Personal Best: N/A
This title is about monsters that are attacking the World of Nakayoshi. The monsters are eating up the citizens. The more they eat, the hungrier they get. Four girls must stop the monsters and defeat Daima to save the World of Nakayoshi. The game is an overhead Adventures of Lolo-style puzzle game featuring characters from various Nakayoshi-printed manga. Sailor Moon and Chibi Moon are playable characters.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1335   Released: 1994
Series: nakayoshi, sailor moon


Personal Best: N/A
Paperboy 2 puts you in the role of newspaper delivery boy or girl. As you ride your bicycle through the various neighborhoods, you must throw newspapers in paperboxes situated in front of subscribers' homes, thereby renewing the occupants' subscriptions. To gain additional points, you can hassle garbage men, break non-subscribers' windows, water sunbathers and rescue runaway baby strollers. Also, you can throw newspapers at various people working or relaxing in their yards.

While riding your bike, trying to maintain and even increase your subscription rate, you must dodge cars and trucks and keep an eye out for projectiles thrown by denizens of the neighborhood. Other obstacles include gargoyles, ghosts, sewer monsters, gutters and street curbs. Unlike the original Paperboy, this game lets you throw papers on both sides of the street.

The three levels of play in this game are called weeks. Each week consists of 20 different houses. In addition to houses, you'll pedal past gas stations, markets, carnivals, parks, a mall and a car dealership. At the end of each level, you can play a bonus training course, which involves throwing newspapers at targets.
Rating: 4 Votes4 Votes4 Votes4 Votes4 Votes
Times Played: 3846   Released: 1991
Keywords: Racing
Series: Paperboy
cheetah32p
224,160
Personal Best: N/A
Parodius Non-Sense Fantasy, released in Japan as Parodius Da! -Shinwa kara Owarai e, is a shoot'em up arcade game and is the second title in the Parodius series produced by Konami.

As stated above, gameplay is very similar to the Gradius series, with a few differences. Parodius retains the selectability of different weapons configurations but implements via four different characters: Vic Viper (from Gradius), Octopus, Twin Bee, and Pentarou. The second main difference is the addition of bell power-ups, from the Twinbee series. These bells act as one-time power-ups, allowing you to destroy every enemy on screen, fire huge beams of energy, etc. Enemies and environments from the Gradius games and Twinbee are mixed in along, with a host of anime-style opponents, which include scantily-clad women. All of the Gradius elements are integrated in a very light-hearted fashion. The Big Core, a regular boss within the Gradius series, is given a neon-look and is called "Viva Core".
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2586   Released: 1992
Series: parodius
Seahawk
1,525,200
Personal Best: N/A
The Peace Keepers, released in Japan as Rushing Beat Shura. It is the third game in the Rushing Beat series, following Rival Turf! and Brawl Brothers, although the three games were localized as unrelated titles in North America.

Gameplay:
There are six selectable characters in the game; up to four players can play the main game mode simultaneously if the Super Multitap is connected. The game is a standard beat'em up game in which players face a slew of enemies, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. The controls are the standard punch, special attack, taunt, jump and block. There are also super moves. The Peace Keepers has multiple endings with multiple branching paths, each path with its own boss fights and cut scenes. A versus mode is also available, in which two to four players can face each other.

Story:
The manual of the North American release details the localized story. The game takes place in the year 2015, after the "economic wars" of 2011. The Deutchland Moldavia (DM) corporation rules most of the world and its resources, conducting mysterious genetic experiments. Four people affected by DM's research- Flynn, Echo, Al and Prokop -seek revenge on the corporation for its wrongdoings.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2023   Released: 1993
Keywords: Beatemup, Action
Series: rushing beat
Jason L. Davis
61,400
Personal Best: N/A
PGA European Tour updates 1992's PGA Tour Golf II with five new courses, ten new professionals to play against, and an eight-player elimination tournament. These features go along with everything found in the previous Genesis PGA Tour game, including the horizontal swing gauge and draw and fade meter. The featured European Tour players are as follows: Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, J.M. Olazabal, Tony Johnstone, Ian Woosnam, Sandy Lyle, Rodger Davis, Ronan Rafferty, Colin Montgomerie and Constantino Rocca.

Players can participate in a Practice Round, 72-hole Tournament (against an additional fifty European roster players), Skins Challenge, Match Play, Shoot-Out, or work on their long or short game on either the Driving Range or Putting Green. As in PGA Tour Golf II, you can save your golfer to battery along with statistics such as earnings (in pounds), average, Best 18, Best 72 and number of wins. Curious about the European courses? Players can compete at the Wentworth Club, Forest of Arden, Crans-sur-Sierre, Le Golf National and Valderrama.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1026   Released: 1996
Keywords: Golf, Sports
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Personal Best: N/A
Seven different play modes await aspiring golfers in this Super NES version of PGA Tour 96. Tournament, Practice Round, Skins Challenge, Match Play, Shoot-Out, Driving Range and Putting Green are your choices, with support for up to four alternating players. Eight authentic courses have also been included, so you are free to select from the Tournament Players Clubs at Summerlin, Sawgrass, Avenel, Southwind, River Highlands, Las Colinas and Woodlands.

Ten featured professional golfers are also available to play against, including: Tom Kite, Craig Stadler, Mark O'Meara, Fuzzy Zoeller, Jeff Sluman, Lee Janzen, Bruce Lietzke, Davis Love III, Brad Faxon or Jim Gallagher Jr. You can even create your own golfer and save him to battery. As you make a name for yourself on the courses, your statistics and any money or trophies you receive during the Tournament or Skins Challenge will be tracked and recorded. The swing meter is represented by a horizontal bar at the bottom of the screen, which has percentage markings to make it easier to estimate the amount of power needed on a particular shot.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1460   Released: 1996
Keywords: Golf, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
PGA Tour Golf for the Super Nintendo lets you compete in three tournaments against Craig Stadler, Fuzzy Zoeller, and eight other golf superstars. The tournaments include The Players Championship, the Kemper Open, and the TPC PGA West. The courses you'll play on include the Tournament Players Club at Saw Grass, Ponte Vedra, Florida; the Tournament Players Club at Avenel, Potomac, MD; the Stadium Course at La Quinta, California; and Eagle Trace at Coral Springs, Florida.

When you begin playing PGA Tour Golf, you must build a character, or you can pick one from the available choices. When you step up to hit the ball, you must consider things such as which club to use, the strength and direction of the wind, and the distance to the hole. You should try to keep your ball out of sand traps, roughs, and water hazards. Other features in this game include practice modes, multiple viewpoints, punch shots, the ability to put backspin on the ball, a leaderboard, tournament statistics, a qualifying round, and a special green grid, which lets you view the surface of each green in a detailed manner.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1777   Released: 1991
Keywords: Golf, Sports
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Personal Best: N/A
Despite the unfortunate box photo depicting an old man playing a banjo, Phalanx is an intense, nicely balanced side-scroller that belongs in the library of anyone who enjoys such games as Super R-Type, Axelay, and Gradius III. Players pilot a ship capable of firing lasers, reflective shots, and other weapons, each of which is upgradeable. Players can add a variety of missiles to the arsenal, and there are power capsules that will provide the ship with increased weapon power and extra hit points. The controls are responsive, the bosses look great, the multi-level parallax scrolling is super smooth, and the eight levels of enemy-filled action are smartly designed. Best of all, gameplay is challenging, but fair, making this one of the better in the phalanx of shooters available for the Super NES.
Rating: 5 Votes5 Votes5 Votes5 Votes5 Votes
Times Played: 1680   Released: 1992
TodayIsForgotten
490,660
Personal Best: N/A
The game follows primarily side-scrolling action elements not unlike those of the SNES game Super Metroid, but other aspects of gameplay are considerable different. While Super Metroid has the player focus on collecting necessary weapons and upgrades in a set order, Phantom 2040 instead makes upgrades optional and has the player focus on following the story of the 24th Phantom, who the player controls. However, this style of game progression draws the game back to Super Metroid's style, due to the way further locations are unlocked as the game goes on without previous locations becoming unavailable. At several points in the storyline, players can make a direct choice about which path they take.

Also like Super Metroid, Phantom 2040 has a heavy emphasis on exploration. Each area is colourful, distinct and vast, and it is up to the player to locate the area's objective or exit. Some areas are larger and more expansive than others, and every area offers large amounts of optional exploration to recover helpful restoration kits or powerful weapon upgrades. Some areas are locked by numbered gates that must be opened by destroying the remote lock of the same number, located elsewhere in that area (additionally, some locks can only be accessed if the area is reached by a secret underground network of sewer systems which connect every area). Most exploration is completely optional, and players can go directly to complete the area's objective, which may include locating a keycard, dealing with a boss or simply finding access to the next area. The majority of areas can all be revisited at the player's leisure anytime after they are unlocked.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1119   Released: 1995
Keywords: Beatemup, Action
Series: the phantom


Personal Best: N/A
Pieces, AKA Jigsaw Party, is a 1994 puzzle game for the SNES published by Atlus.

The player can either face a computer, or up to five human players. The computer players come at three levels (easy, normal, or hard) and feature a wide array of opponents, such as a crab made out of a rice bowl and a beautiful, laughing mermaid. A few puzzles must be solved before the opponent solves his or her puzzles. If the player is quick enough, items will appear. These can do anything from guiding the puzzle pieces to freezing the opponent.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 797   Released: 1994
Keywords: Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A
Pilotwings is a flight simulator game in which the player attempts to earn pilot licenses through lessons in light plane flight, hang gliding, skydiving, and the use of a rocket belt. Bonus stages and levels involving an attack helicopter are also available. Each event offers unique controls and gameplay mechanics. To increase the realism of the game's flight simulation, the developers extensively utilized the SNES's Mode 7 capability, which mimics 3D graphics by rotating and scaling flat objects.
Rating: 5 Votes5 Votes5 Votes5 Votes5 Votes
Times Played: 5617   Released: 1990


Personal Best: N/A
Based on the computer title from 21st Century Entertainment, Pinball Dreams features jackpot ramps, ball locks, traps, bonus multipliers, bumpers, and other authentic table targets. "Ignition," "Steel Wheel," and "Graveyard" are the three available tables, each offering a varying degree of challenge due to the spacing of targets, width of drains, and number of points required for extra balls. Since the one-megabit cartridge lacks a save feature, high scores for each table are reset after the handheld is switched off.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2471   Released: 1993
Keywords: Pinball
AgentDC76
40,959,765
Personal Best: N/A
Pinball Fantasies is a Pinball game, developed by Spidersoft and published by GameTek, which was released in 1995.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 2503   Released: 1993
Keywords: Pinball
Sawys
52,464,210
Personal Best: N/A
Television is no longer enough for Pink Panther; he wants to be a Hollywood movie star. During his first audition, the Pinkster manages to spoil a scene starring the famous Inspector Clouseau. Feeling like his chances at stardom are ruined, the inspector seeks revenge. He chases Pink Panther through the various back lots of Hollywood studios, wrecking the sites of such movies as Pinkenstein, Pink Beard and Cat on a Hot Pink Roof. While running scared through the movie sets, Pink Panther must dodge or kill everything from rats to dinosaurs to animated cowboy boots. Luckily, he's armed to the teeth. His arsenal includes a detonator, a fly swatter, a sledgehammer, a can of bug spray and other useful weapons. Also, he can jump on the various critters to get rid of them. To assist Pink Panther in his getaway, toll gates are available. When Pink Panther drops a coin in the toll gate, he gains access to another level or platform.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1322   Released: 1993
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: Pink Panther


Personal Best: N/A
Pinocchio is a 2D Platformer game, developed by Virgin Interactive and published by Disney Interactive, which was released in 1996.

Help Pinocchio to become the real human boy he's always wanted to be.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1623   Released: 1996
Keywords: Disney, Platform, Action
Series: pinocchio


Personal Best: N/A
The Pirates of Dark Water is a Beat-'Em-Up game, developed and published by SunSoft, which was released in 1994.

Game Intro:
On the distant and watery world of Mer, the dying King Primus escapes from the evil pirate-lord, Bloth, to reveal to Ren his past and his destiny. Ren, the son og King Primus, must save the planet Mer an dhis home, Octopon, from the deadly Dark Water.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1962   Released: 1994
Keywords: Beatemup, Action
Series: Pirates Of Dark Water
Uter
1,796,000
Personal Best: N/A
The gameplay is similar to Taito's Violence Fight and SNK's Street Smart. The player begins Pit-Fighter by choosing one of the three playable characters, who all have different moves, speed, and power. As many as three people can play at a time, but there will be extra opponents to fight during any of this game's 15 different matches.

Every third fight is known as a Grudge Match. In a Grudge Match, the player must fight against a CPU controlled clone of his or her fighter (if playing alone) or the other players in a multiplayer game. Each player has three "knockdowns" - getting knocked down three times eliminates them from the Grudge Match, the winner is the last man standing. This match plays more like a bonus round, in that there is only results are gaining or failing to gain bonus money, and losing the Grudge Match does not eliminate a player.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 1959   Released: 1991
Keywords: Fighting, Action
agnostic79
1,798,460
Personal Best: N/A


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