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Crimson Echos is an incomplete hack of Chrono Trigger. Use save states often as you will encounter bugs that cause you to start over.

Belthasar comes to the future and builds Chronopolis in secret. He uses the Frozen Flame, its generator, and a Time Egg to resurrect friends and others. However, the effort to save King Zeal backfires; he loses control of the King, who escapes on his own will with the Flame and Time Egg.

King Zeal wants to create a new kingdom of Zeal, and recruits Dalton to gather old relics and technology. Dalton is of doubtful loyalty, as he was with Queen Zeal, but King Zeal doesn
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1503   Released: 2009
Keywords: Rpg, Hack
Series: Chrono


Personal Best: N/A
Take control of Crono and race against Johnny in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

There are two game modes:
Game Mode 1 allows the player to boost by pressing the B button
Game Mode 2 removes this boosting feature

You can earn points by blocking Johnny from the front, but crashing into his tail end will take away points.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2005   Released: 1995
Keywords: Racing
Series: Chrono
Razeluxe
1,523
Personal Best: N/A
In Chuck Rock for the Super NES, you must guide Chuck Rock through five stages of prehistoric pitfalls and perils in order to rescue his wife Ophilia from the clutches of Gary Gritters. The game takes place in the jungle, in and around a volcano, in a primordial soup swamp, during the Ice Age and in a dinosaur graveyard. Chuck can walk, jump and swim, and he can and lift and throw heavy rocks. He can use the rocks to chuck at dinosaurs or as stepping stones to reach otherwise inaccessible areas. His other weapons include his feet, which when jumping kick, and his trademark rounded belly, which he can use to butt his enemies.

Chuck Rock spends most of his time in this game performing the ordinary tasks of walking, ducking, jumping on platforms and battling enemies. Occasionally, however, he must execute certain special maneuvers to get past obstacles. He will use alligators as catapults and snakes as extending platforms. He will hop on frogs, which enable him to hop in water. He will even allow woolly mammoths to suck him into their trunks and shoot him through the air!

Throughout the game, Chuck can pick up chicken legs, lemons, ham hocks, turkey legs, fish, pig heads and other food items for extra points. Hearts are good for extra energy. At the end of each level, Chuck must face a giant dinosaur boss.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2033   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
Barra
245,600
Personal Best: N/A
Civilization is a turn-based single-player strategy game. The player takes on the role of the ruler of a civilization, starting with only one settler unit, and attempts to build an empire in competition with between two and six other civilizations. The game requires a fair amount of micromanagement (although less than any of the simulation games). Along with the larger tasks of exploration, warfare and diplomacy, the player has to make decisions about where to build new cities, which improvements or units to build in each city, which advances in knowledge should be sought (and at what rate), and how to transform the land surrounding the cities for maximum benefit. From time to time the player's towns may be harassed by barbarians, units with no specific nationality and no named leader. These threats only come from unclaimed land or sea, so that over time there are fewer and fewer places from which barbarians will emanate.
Rating: 3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes
Times Played: 4509   Released: 1994
AKA: Sid Meier's Civilization
Keywords: Strategy, 4x
Series: Civilization
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Personal Best: N/A
Eight clay freaks dream of ruling the circus, but only one can be king. So they're willing to fight it out with each other, to see who is the strongest and should be crowned King of the Circus. You must choose sides, become one of the freaks, and fight for this honor.

Clay Fighter's name comes from its distinctive graphics, as all the characters are clay figures with animation coming from stop-motion claymation captures. You can select from eight clay fighters with names like Ickybod Clay, Bad Mr. Frosty and Blue Swede Goo. Each of the game's freaks has a list of special attacks, executed via joystick and button sequences, to bolster its regular attacks.

Instead of the decreasing timer in most other fighting games, Clay Fighter uses a bomb with a slow burning fuse to keep track of round times. A fighter must defeat its opponent before the fuse burns out, by using attacks in any combination to completely drain the opponent's health bar. Fighters have to win two out of three rounds before being able to advance to the next opponent.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2607   Released: 1993
Keywords: Fighting, Action
Series: clay fighter
Razeluxe
143,106
Personal Best: N/A
C-2 revolves around the town of Mudville, where the clay meteor crashed in ClayFighter. Learning of the spectacle that took place in "Clayland", the evil Dr. Generic Kiln* flies in on his aircraft containing the residue he collected from the meteor and spreads it to the rest of Mudville in order to create more fighters. He declares himself grand master of Mudville after the fall of N. Boss, the ending boss of the original ClayFighter. He holds the C-2 tournament to see who can become next grandmaster of Mudville.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2313   Released: 1994
Keywords: Fighting, Action
Series: clay fighter


Personal Best: N/A
Eight clay freaks dream of ruling the circus, but only one can be king. So they're willing to fight it out with each other, to see who is the strongest and should be crowned King of the Circus. You must choose sides, become one of the freaks, and fight for this honor.

Clayfighter: Tournament Edition was a Super Nintendo exclusive fix of the original with many things changed, such as:

Most stages from the original were modified. The stages were either slightly edited, some redone from scratch.
Many glitches from the original were fixed. Notably, the glitch to play as N. Boss was removed.
Many new modes were added, more versus modes were added, since it is a 'tournament' edition.
The intro and title screen were edited.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1878   Released: 1994
Keywords: Fighting, Action
Series: clay fighter
Tails
295,111
Personal Best: N/A
Professor Putty has made an incredible breakthrough. He has developed a serum that turns living creatures into clay. Jobo, a mad witch doctor claiming sole authority over the power of clay, angrily watches these developments. In a jealous rage, Jobo seizes Professor Putty and turns his son Clayton into a ball of clay. Now Clayton must rescue his father and retrieve the serum which will turn him back into a boy. To help him on his way, Clayton can pick up pieces of clay which will turn him into an arrogant cat named Muckster, a mouse named Oozy, a fish called Goopy, Globmeister the Gopher, or Doh-Doh the Bird. Each animal is equipped with abilities specific to its species. For example, Doh-Doh can fly and Globmeister can dig holes. Special items that are of use to Clayton include eyes that reveal hidden objects, balloons that carry him into the sky, potions that give him temporary invisibility, hammers that freeze the enemies, and twisters that whisk away everything in sight. Along with the various spikes, Venus Clay Traps, homing mines, Bad Bricks and other lethal objects Clayton must avoid, he'll face a host of enemy creatures including Clay Nosed Sharks, Sumo Wrestlers, Spitting Claymeleons, and Claymodo Dragons. Each of the many levels begins with a map screen in which you must guide a couple of robots to clear you a path to the level entrance. If you finish a level with 100 or more crystals, you get to play a bonus round.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1565   Released: 1993
Keywords: Platform, Action


Personal Best: N/A
Based on the 1993 movie starring Sylvester Stallone, Cliffhanger has you stepping into the boots of Gabe Walker, a mountain rescue specialist who must use his skills to battle villains in the Rocky Mountains. Cliffhanger is a side-scrolling action game consisting of seven levels that involves a man named Eric Qualen forcing you and your friend Hal to locate three missing cases lost in a plane crash. The catch? These metal cases aren't filled with clothes and personal belongings -- they hold $100 million in cash! As Walker you'll be able to climb or descend steep cliffs, rope-climb over chasms, and use your hands and feet to pummel any thugs or creatures standing in your way. Walker can also use knives or guns taken from the enemy as well as replenish lost energy by finding campfires. After each level, Walker will have to confront a boss character until he reaches the final showdown with Qualen himself.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 2017   Released: 1993
Keywords: Beatemup, Action
PP1969GR
73,500
Personal Best: N/A
Clock Tower is a 2D point-and-click style game, where the player controls a cursor to direct the main character, Jennifer Simpson, and give commands such as investigating objects or opening doors. The interface is akin to 1990-era computer adventure games, but simplified to work better with a gamepad. Primarily, the player can only move Jennifer left and right through the environment, although there are some rooms in which an action requires Jennifer to step into the background.

Clock Tower is unique to other adventure games of the era in that it features a stalker pursuing the main character; this delays puzzle solving and requires the player to run in order to find objects or hiding places to fend off or avoid the attacker. The stalker is a slasher villain, named Bobby, who wields a large pair of scissors. If directly confronted by Bobby, the player engages in a "panic" phase and must repeatedly pound the "panic button" to struggle with the attacker. If Jennifer is low on health, or the player does not tap the panic button fast enough, Bobby will attack Jennifer and the player will be presented with a game over screen.
Rating: 9 Votes9 Votes9 Votes9 Votes9 Votes
Times Played: 8495   Released: 1995
Keywords: Adventure
Series: Clock Tower


Personal Best: N/A
Bolstered by animated character scenes, murder reenactments, and spiffy sound effects and music, Clue for the Super NES is a dandy rendition of the popular mystery game. A digitized hand rolls the dice while a top-down perspective shows a faithful re-creation of the original game board. Five difficulty levels range from Amateur to Detective, giving even the most clueless of sleuths a fighting chance.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 2499   Released: 1992
Keywords: Board Game


Personal Best: N/A
College Football USA 97 was the fourth installment of the series. The game featured University of Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier on the cover.

The game added a new "create player" feature (up to 28 players) and custom schedules, new animations and all 111 Division I-A teams. Players could also compete in a customized Tournament with support for up to 16 players in a single-elimination or round robin format.

Players were also able to adjust penalties, set weather type, enter user records, perform substitutions, set audibles, toggle injuries, and change game length as well as difficulty level. Authentic playbooks (with plays like the Wishbone), a USA Today/CNN Coaches Poll, and the Sears National Championship Trophy were also available.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1600   Released: 1997
Keywords: Football, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
Ever wondered how today's college football teams would have done if they faced some of the greatest college teams of all time? In Bill Walsh College Football for the Super Nintendo, you can find out. Among the twenty-four great teams are Alabama '78, Pittsburgh '80, Nebraska '83, and Colorado '90. You'll also get twenty-four of the top teams from 1993, for forty-eight of the best, spanning three decades since the 1970s. Choose your team and embark on an eleven game season, with playoffs and a national championship with sixty-eight college plays, including the triple option, wishbone, student body, and more at your disposal, as well as Walsh's scouting reports for each team. Choose from automatic or manual pass catch modes, audibles, or the play call "bluff mode" to hide plays from the opposition. If someone misses that great catch, a 360-degree instant replay feature lets everybody see it again. Up to five players can play using Hudson Soft's Super Multitap adapter.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1495   Released: 1994
Keywords: Sports, Football


Personal Best: N/A
In the spirit of NBA Jam comes College Slam, where you can choose from over forty of the top college teams and play head-to-head, semi-finals, tournament or even a twenty-team season mode. Enjoy fight songs, cheerleaders and the ability to edit the names and stats of five players on your team. Make no mistake, this is two-on-two arcade hoops action, with emphasis on action! Grab numerous power-ups, find hidden players, enter secret codes, or make substitutions for injured players. Be prepared for some outrageous dunks that can shatter backboards and crazy moves such as the whirlwind. Score three baskets in a row and you'll be "on fire." It's Phi Kappa Slamma all the way, baby!
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1587   Released: 1996
Keywords: Basketball, Sports


Personal Best: N/A
All-star NBA center Bill Laimbeer, notorious for his aggressive play style, headlines this futuristic basketball title. Viewed from an overhead perspective, the game features eight fictitious teams competing in a series of 14-game seasons. The top two teams in each season advance to a more challenging league. Four leagues are included in total, from the lowly Division III to the ultimate "Super League." In addition to standard passing, blocking, and shooting, the game lets you shove or tackle the opposing ball carrier to create a turnover. Hot spots on the court trigger power-ups like spinning saw blades or homing missiles to stymie the competition. Earn cash to purchase new athletes, each individually rated in six key areas, from aggression and agility to speed and strength.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1708   Released: 1991
Keywords: Sports, Basketball


Personal Best: N/A
The 12-Meg Combatribes is a translation of the arcade game of the same name, exclusively available on the Super Nintendo console. The game features a total of sixteen characters, five gangs on different home "turfs," and over forty different moves to pummel your opponent. As you make your way through the levels, you'll be able to earn passwords that allow you the chance to play as one of the enemy characters in Versus Mode. A second person can also join in on the fun, either as your partner in the Mission Mode or against you in the Versus Mode.

There's a problem in New York City. It seems multiple gangs have claimed five different neighborhoods as their own and are taking pleasure in terrorizing the public. If that weren't enough, the gangs are now organized into one force by Martha Splatterhead, a former member of the Combatribe Cyborg Unit. Is there no hope? Fear not, residents. As a current member of the elite fighting force known as the Combatribes, your mission is to destroy the leader and any gang standing in your way.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1935   Released: 1992
Keywords: Beatemup, Action


Personal Best: N/A
A Super Mario Bros.-inspired platformer (complete with two-player alternating mode), Congo's Caper is set in a large prehistoric world of dinosaurs and cavemen. Wielding a wooden club, Congo can bat the enemies out of his way as he runs, jumps, swims, flies and dives his way through 35 smooth scrolling, nicely animated levels. Using the club gets a little old, but other abilities, such as swinging on vines and rolling down hills to knock out enemies, add variety. At times, players can even ride a pteranodon to a bonus stage. Cute, colorful, uncluttered graphics, brightly happy music and sound effects, and easy-to-use controls make this a good title for younger gamers.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2275   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: tatakae genshijin
Uter
90,700
Personal Best: N/A
The Contra series continues with this 16-bit masterpiece for the Super NES. Much of the blastathon action is of the standard side-scrolling platform variety, but two of the six levels incorporate a surprisingly effective overhead view. Giant bosses, constant shooting action, the ability to detonate bombs, intense gameplay, huge explosions, rich graphics, death-defying acrobatics, and spectacular Mode 7 effects make Contra III: The Alien Wars one of the best platform shooters available for any system. The game could benefit from a few more levels, and slowdown occurs from time to time, but these problems can easily be overlooked in a game as enjoyable as this.
Rating: 10 Votes10 Votes10 Votes10 Votes10 Votes
Times Played: 12786   Released: 1992
Keywords: Run N Gun, Shootemup
Series: Contra
ExedExes
734,500
Personal Best: N/A
Realizing the personality and flair of Spot, the 7-Up mascot, in the early '90s Virgin Interactive acquired the character license and created a side-scrolling adventure in the tradition of Super Mario Bros.

After witnessing all of his friends being kidnapped, one lone Spot sets out to rescue his comrades and put an end to the evil force that has captured them. You'll trek across beaches, through toy stores, and across docks and piers, jumping and shooting at all enemies.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2388   Released: 1993
Keywords: Platform, Action
Uter
125,040
Personal Best: N/A
Cool World is an animated land in another dimension in which cartoon characters, called Doodles, are alive. Cartoonist Jack Deebs has entered this dimension to find that some of the Doodles are friendly while others are hostile. Sultry seductress Holli Would is friendly, but she's only using Jack to get herself a real body and enter into our world. In order to do this, she must steal the Golden Spike of Power, which is hidden atop the Ocean Hotel in Las Vegas. If Holli uses the spike, it could bring about the destruction of both our world and Cool World.

As Jack, you must stop Holli before it's too late. To help you make your way through the game and fend off the many Doodles that will come your way, you can find an arm extender, which lets stretch your arms to reach high places or punch enemies. Sometimes when punched, a Doodle will release a Biff, which will give you extra points. A flashing Biff will give you temporary invincibility. You can jump on some of the Doodles in order to destroy them, crush them or give you extra points.

The first level of the game takes you to Cool World, where you can collect nickels to buy useful and useless items in a pawnshop, look for Holli in a Slash Club, open an account at a bank, and get valuable information at a library. Next you'll enter Sweet World, where you'll avoid cute characters, pick up sweets and serve milkshakes to "cuties." In level three you must open doors and climb a building in order to meet up with Holli. After leaving Holli's Building, you'll find yourself driving down the road, jumping over and swerving around obstacles and chomping teeth.

Level five sends you back to the real world, Las Vegas in particular; here you must trap Doodles by sucking them into an ink pen in order to restore balance to the Interworld Matrix. The next stop is Ocean Hotel, where you must work your way up the outside of the building while avoiding windows that suddenly open. Watch out for Sparks, Holli's partner in crime. In the seventh and final level, the action takes place on the hotel rooftop. Here you must fight past Holli's henchmen, including Sparks, in order to replace the Golden Spike of Power.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2070   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
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Personal Best: N/A
The gameplay is an interesting mix of an Arkanoid-Style ball-and-paddle game. Due to the release of the Sony Playstation, Corn Buster was 70-80% completed before it got canceled.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 981   Released: 1994
Keywords: Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 501


Personal Best: N/A
Cu-On-Pa is a new style of puzzle game. Its gameplay challenges players to erase the six colored surfaces on the outside of the shape by matching them with the correct color underneath. For instance, a red panel would light up on the shape, and the player would have to respond by rotating the block in the proper directionto match it on the red square located on the gournd. Another colored surface will then be highlighted and the process is repeated until all the six colores have been eliminated.

Cu-On-Pa also features a Practice mode that allows players to work on their playing ability as well as their speed. Currently there are over 100 stages in the nomral mode and an additional 100 in the Puzzle Mode.

Clearly Cu-On-Pa is more than just a run-of-the-mill puzzle game. it involves a lot of thinking as well as planned strategy to figure out the proper direction to rotate the shape.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1067   Released: 1997
Keywords: Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A
Based on the 1995 pirate movie starring Geena Davis and Mathew Modine, Cutthroat Island for the Super Nintendo puts you in the role of either Morgan Adams, a pretty pirate armed with a rapier, or William Shaw, a rogueish scoundrel armed with a sword. In search of treasure, your job is to slash, jab, punch, and hack your way through ten levels of pirates, jungle creatures, redcoats, harbormasters, chain-wielding rogues, and other dangerous foes. This game will take you to prison, a quarry, a tavern, a pirate ship, the jungle, rocky cliffs, dark caverns, and other dangerous places. As you progress through the game you can find knives, bombs, bottles, torches, hammers, pistols, and other weapons to increase your odds of prevailing against the onslaught of enemies. In addition to all the swordplay, level two requires you to flee prison guards in a quarry cart, and level five puts you atop a runaway horsedrawn carriage.

When you begin playing Cutthroat Island you1ll be asked to choose between two kinds of fighting styles: the Swordplay mode, which is standard sword fighting, and the Brawling mode, in which you use your swordbutt to punch your enemies, giving the game more of a street fighting feel. Also, you can choose the two-player mode
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1595   Released: 1995
Keywords: Beatemup, Action
Kong
23,710
Personal Best: N/A
In the 24th century, mankind has expanded into the reaches of outer space. The crew of the starship Swordfish are in an engagement with space pirates. Suddenly, the battle takes a turn for the worse and the crew activate their jump drive without a destination. They end up flung across the galaxy to the galactic core. The Swordfish however is badly damaged with many casualties. Even the captain was killed while en route to the mysterious destination.

Only 26 of the crew survive, and only six of them are qualified for combat operations: the commander, two soldiers, a mechanic and a doctor. They are responsible for using the six giant "Module" mechanized suits available for them after the fight with the space pirates. They discover a human colony that is under attack by a relentless mechanical aliens dubbed "Berserkers". The crew must fight back against the new alien threat and explore the galaxy in order to find a way to return to Earth.

The object is to power up the human crew user and their mechs through combat experience points, explore strange new worlds using tools/weapons, and solve the problems of each alien civilization. The first mission involves saving an Earth-like planet of big people with a circa 1992 technology level from robots who want to wipe out humanity. On that planet, the president and his wife assume the throne positions of that of a king and a queen, even though their planet is assumed to be a democracy. Other quests involving trading stuff for a universal translator, braving a lava planet, and even using hyperdrive to get from planet to planet.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1337   Released: 1992
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A


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