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Krusty's Super Funhouse combines the Simpson's theme with a unique puzzle game. Krusty the Clown is on a mission to rid his funhouse of vermin with the help of the Simpson's and a variety of contraptions. Snakes and aliens chase after you while you patrol your estate, but they will quickly decease when you throw pies and super-balls at them. If you are too slow, Krusty's pacemaker will start to give out and you will have to start all over again. The funhouse's labyrinth of elevators and secret passages will house essential blocks and bits of pipe necessary to successfully shuttle unsuspecting mice to their doom. At the end of each level, there is a different Simpson operating the machine do execute the mice.

Krusty's Super Funhouse offers a password option to get back to the level you last gave up at. The passwords come in very hand since the levels are long and often require a lot of patience and thought. Krusty has a cartoon feel and pushes the SNES sound capabilities with appropriate music and whimsical sound effects. This game will keep and average player challenged for quite some time.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 2126   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
Uter
64,950
Personal Best: N/A
Kunios Dodge Ball (AKA Super Dodge Ball 2 and Kunio-kun no Dodge Ball dayo Zenin Shuugou) is the 16-bit Super Famicom sequel to Super
Dodgeball from the NES.

The game is a lot like the 8-bit version of the game, but with RPG-like features. You can create your own team, buy power-ups and special moves, change game settings and even
create your own characters (you can even headhunt user from the other
teams including leaders).
~courtesy of gamefaqs.com
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1480   Released: 1993
AKA: Super Dodge Ball 2
Keywords: Sports
Series: kunio


Personal Best: N/A
Kuusou Kagaku Sekai Gulliver Boy is a Role-Playing game, published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1996.

It tells the adventures of Gulliver, a young boy with magical abilities. The game begins in Venice, Italy after the city was devastated by a terrible flood. There, Gulliver meets his friend Misty and the genius Edison, who makes useful inventions.

Gulliver is equipped with a magical glove from which a beam of blue light can be charged up and used to strike enemies. Edison has a limited, yet renewable, stock of bombs. Like in Secret of Mana, you have multiple characters, but can only control one at a time with the ability to switch between them. When a character is not in use, he will slowly regain life and, in the case of Edison, bombs.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1325   Released: 1996
AKA: Gulliver Boy
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A
Kyle Petty's No Fear Racing is a faced-paced racing game based on the Stock Car circuit. This game will let you drive a multitude of cars, each with their own look and style. You can race a single track, or compete against others for an entire season while racing on multiple tracks that feature hairpins and straightaways. The game also has several options that allow you to compete at several levels of expertise.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1239   Released: 1995
Keywords: Racing


Personal Best: N/A
Lagoon is a top-view action/adventure video game for the Sharp X68000 and Super NES, in which Nasir, Champion of Light, must investigate the source of the world's corrupted water and return peace to Lakeland.

Action is in real time, similar to the Seiken Densetsu series, however the player levels up and has offensive and defensive stats that are affected by the weapons and equipment carried, as in an role-playing video game.

STORY
Lakeland is a prosperous country full of many people and their families. All was great, until something bad happened. It seems that Lakeland is having a bit of a water problem: Muddy Water. An evil being known as Zerah has polluted all of Lakeland's rivers and lakes, making people very sick, and some dying. He does this in hopes to release the Evil Spirit, which is hiding underneath Lagoon Castle, so Zerah lifts Lagoon Castle into the clouds to where no one can reach it. With all this, Lakeland needs a hero.

That hero is named Nasir, the Champion of the Light. Nasir must go through many lands, challenge many monsters, and meet many people who will help him on his quest.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1738   Released: 1991
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A
Determined to live the American dream of becoming a millionaire, you go to the United States to test your only viable skill: auto racing. As luck would have it, you run into an old friend desperate for cash. He proceeds to sell you his Lamborghini Diablo for a bargain basement price. Thus, you are ready to enter the Saturday Night Races, an organized tournament of infernal highway challenges.

Lamborghini American Challenge is not your average day at the races. For starters, you are breaking the law by racing on public roads. Police can chase you to try and slow you down if you are going too fast. If a cop catches you speeding, you could possibly incur a fine. As soon as you have earned enough money from winning (and gambling on) races, you should purchase a radar detector to locate cops and super brakes to reduce your speed in a hurry.

You will frequently need to stop in the garage, which lets you purchase repairs for your car. If you let your car's damage level reach 100% (from running into cars and obstacles), your car will stop and you will automatically lose the race. Occasionally, if the going gets tough, you will want to resort to such nasty tactics as pushing rival cars off the road.

Other things you can purchase at the auto shop include super tires for dry and rainy weather, snow tires for icy climates, various five-speed and six-speed transmissions, infrared goggles for seeing in the dark, a radar jammer, a roadster for better control and resistance, a turbo-boost and an assortment of speed power-ups. Before the game begins, you can select from several different drivers, each ranked by name, number of races won, number of points, and top speed.

To access a race, you will go to a map of the United States containing 15 stars. A yellow star shows that you have enough cash to enter the race, while a red star indicates that you are short on funds for that particular race. When you have won all the races in a division, you can go on to the next.

A split-screen versus mode is available in which players compete in one, five, seven or nine races. To win the race you must beat your human opponent as well as finish first among all the cars.

Yet another mode of play is available in which you use the Nintendo Super Scope to control the action. In this mode you can actually shoot other cars. In a one-player game, you must aim the light rifle to steer your car or let the computer take the wheel while you control firing. The two-player mode lets one player steer using the control pad while the other takes pot shots at enemy cars with the rifle.

You'll compete against 18 professional drivers in nine races. To help you realize your goal of becoming a millionaire, Lamborghini American Challenge includes a password feature for use in saving your division progress and driver statistics.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2377   Released: 1993
Keywords: Racing
joshdeal
14,200
Personal Best: N/A
Der Langrisser is a Strategy game, developed and published by NCS, which was released in Japan in 1995.

Der Langrisser was one of the first tactical RPGs to allow the player a choice of story paths. Depending on the player's choices, the protagonist of the game, Erwin, can switch allegiances between three factions: the Descendants of Light, the Rayguard Empire, and the Demon Tribe. Alternatively, he can choose to create his own faction in opposition to the other three.

Erwin begins the game on the side of the Descendants of Light, fighting against the Rayguard Empire, which has enlisted the aid of the Dark Lord B
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1918   Released: 1995
AKA: Der Langrisser 2
Keywords: Rpg
Series: langrisser


Personal Best: N/A
Laplace's Demon (AKA Laplace no Ma) is a Role-Playing game, developed by Hummingbird Soft and published by Vic Tokai, which was released in Japan in 1995.

This video game is a mixture of the role-playing video game and survival horror genres and set in the vicinity of Boston, Massachusetts in a town called "Newcam", it is modeled on fictional city Arkham created by H. P. Lovecraft.

The horror part of the game lies in the exploration of the fictional Weathertop Mansion, whose owner dabbled in black magic. The game's CRPG features include its character classes
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1642   Released: 1995
AKA: Laplace no Ma
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A
Young Danny Madigan is alone in a dark theater watching the latest action flick starring his favorite movie actor, Jack Slater. Suddenly, because of a magic movie ticket he received, he is transported from his seat into the film itself. He now gets to live out his fantasies, fighting along side his hero.

With Danny as your sidekick, you portray Jack Slater through seven levels of Hollywood-type action. Two of the levels place Jack behind the wheel of a car in the midst of a high speed chase, running down mobsters, and dodging obstacles, manholes, and double-parked cars. The other levels consist primarily of Jack punching and kicking bad guys, most of whom brandish knives, guns, or baseball bats. Based on the 1993 Arnold Schwarzenneger film of the same name, Last Action Hero for the Super Nintendo takes place in New York City neighborhoods, gang-ridden streets, a funeral reception, a movie theater, and on top of tall buildings. Even though the storyline involves a sidekick, this is a one-player game.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2011   Released: 1993
Keywords: Beatemup, Action
T to the C
485,680
Personal Best: N/A
The Lawnmower Man is a platform video game based on the 1992 film of the same name.

The player collects weapon upgrades or data discs. Once the player has collected a number of data discs, the discs morph into a Virtual Suit that gives the player protection from one hit.

The player visits several locations seen in the movie, such as the gas pump and the VSI headquarters. The game includes true-3D level connectors that are based on the CG sequences of the movie. These involve avoiding obstacles and the occasional high-speed shooting in the VR world.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1937   Released: 1993
Keywords: Platform, Action
starcrytas
4,153,300
Personal Best: N/A
Legend is a Beat-'Em-Up game, developed by Arcade Zone LTD and published by Seika Corp., which was released in 1994.

It is a Final Fight-style beat-em-up with a Medieval European setting.

STORY
Beldor the Maleficent reigned as a despot over the kingdom of Sellech for one thousand years. All was chaos and destruction. Many knights went on a final crusade to destroy Beldor but none returned. The people united, built energized heroes and imprisoned Beldor's soul. Now, Clovis, corrupt son of the King of Sellech, wants to harness Beldor's power and conquer the kingdom.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1740   Released: 1993
Keywords: Beatemup, Action


Personal Best: N/A
The Legend of the Mystical Ninja (AKA Ganbare Goemon: Yukihime Kyuushutsu Emaki), is a light-hearted action-adventure game for 1-2 players by Konami, and was released for the Super NES in 1992.


As with many action/platformer video games, the plot is minimal except for revealing future stages. In this game, the players control Kid Ying and Dr. Yang. After noticing some odd occurrences in their hometown, Kid Ying and Dr. Yang decide to investigate. They soon discover that Princess Yuki has been kidnapped by the Otafu army. To save the princess, the protagonists must travel through different regions of Japan to find clues about the army and the location of the princess.

Although both characters have different weapons and learn different attacks, they are functionally useridentical. Their primary short-range weapons have three levels and are improved in range by acquiring grey cats left by defeated enemies. Both characters are also equipped with thrown weapons from the beginning (which decreases money as you use it) and can acquire bombs by purchasing them in stores or by winning them in mini-games.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 3145   Released: 1991
AKA: Ganbare Goemon: Yukihime Kyuushutsu Emaki
Keywords: Rpg
Series: goemon


Personal Best: N/A
LoZ: A link to the Past, is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console, and the third installment in The Legend of Zelda series.

A Link to the Past reverts to an overhead perspective similar to that of the original. Despite using mechanics and concepts from the original, A Link to the Past introduces new elements and innovations. For instance, arrows are now separate items, as bombs are in the original, instead of using a Rupee to fire an arrow. A Link to the Past also takes concepts from The Adventure of Link, such as the magic meter, which is used by items such as the Lamp. Control of Link is more flexible than in previous games, as he can walk diagonally and can run with the aid of the Pegasus Shoes, an obtainable item. Link's sword attack was improved to swing sideways instead of merely stabbing forward; this gives his sword a broader range and makes combat easier.
Rating: 47 Votes47 Votes47 Votes47 Votes47 Votes
Times Played: 31502   Released: 1991
AKA: Legend of Zelda - Triforce of the Gods
Keywords: RPG, Adventure
Series: zelda


Personal Best: N/A
An action-adventure game belonging to The Legend of Zelda series, however it does not feature Link, the protagonist of the prior four games. BS Zelda no Densetsu is generally considered to be a spin-off title from the main Zelda series. Stylistically similar to the original top-down The Legend of Zelda for the NES, but utilizing the 16-bit graphical capabilities of the SNES, BS Zelda no Densetsu is also occasionally regarded as an enhanced remake of the original game. This conception most likely arises from the superficial stylistic similarities of the games and the fact that the game is no longer playable in its original form and thus the differing plot of the game is more or less unknown to the general gaming public.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 3753   Released: 1996
AKA: BS Zelda no Densetsu
Keywords: Rpg
Series: zelda


Personal Best: N/A
Going...going...gone! At least if you don't stop them, they will be. Those mindless blue- and green-haired rodents, the Lemmings, are off and running through 125 levels of potential mass suicide. It's your job to guide the little critters to safety, preventing them from plunging to their deaths in pits, cracks, and caverns.

The timer runs as you coral the Lemmings to a safe haven, so you should be quick about assigning them specific jobs in order to save some or all of them. There are Lemming climbers, floaters, bombers, blockers, builders, bashers, miners and diggers.

Depending on the type, these mindless, but resourceful rodents can scale steep cliffs, construct bridges, blow holes through obstacles and perform other life-saving tasks. Lemmings who are not currently involved in an assigned task include walkers, jumpers, flippers, wavers and athletes. Athletes can perform multiple skills!

A two-player, split-screen mode is available in which you guide your Lemming}s to the exit while trying to prevent your opponent from achieving the same goal. Other features include four skill levels, passwords for saving your progress and five bonus levels.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 3788   Released: 1991
Keywords: Puzzle
Series: lemmings


Personal Best: N/A
Lemmings 2: The Tribes, a computer game released in 1993, is the first real sequel to the popular puzzle game Lemmings.

Once upon a time, the twelve lemming tribes of Lemming Island lived happily and peacefully. However, an ancient prophecy foretells a great darkness soon to consume the land. This prophecy told that the only way the lemmings could survive was by evacuating their island, using the power of the Lemming Talisman. This talisman consisted of twelve pieces, one owned by each tribe. With the help of the Guide that has helped them before (referring to the player in the previous Lemmings game), all lemmings must now reach the center point of their island in order to escape their doom.

There are 61 skills available in the game, although no more than eight are available in each level. Some of the skills are similar to the original ones (like digging and building variants), others are all new (several flying skills, for example).

Each tribe's levels can be started at any time, and progress can be saved from the main menu. The player starts out with 60 lemmings for each tribe, but only one lemming needs to make it to an exit in order to progress to next level. The amount saved will then be the amount left in the next level. As some levels may require several lemmings to complete, the player might have to replay an earlier level to save more lemmings for the following ones if they realize they do not have enough.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1219   Released: 1994
Keywords: Puzzle
Series: lemmings


Personal Best: N/A
Lennus 2: The Apostles Of The Seals (AKA Lennus II: Fuuin no Shito), is a role-playing video game released in 1996 by Asmik Corporation for the Super Famicom.

This video game is the sequel to Lennus; unlike Lennus, which Enix brought to North America under the title of Paladin's Quest, Lennus II was released only in Japan.

The plot centers around a hero, Falus, who must find four orbs to avert apocalypse. Falus is the only character central to the player's party; other user are recruited and may be dismissed if a superior replacement is found.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1244   Released: 1996
AKA: Lennus 2 Fuuin no Shito
Keywords: Rpg


Personal Best: N/A
Lester the Unlikely, is a platform video game developed by Visual Concepts for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It was published in North America by DTMC in Japan and by Asmik Ace Entertainment in 1994.


The game has a unique engine in which the protagonist, Lester, is easily frightened early in the game and will act reluctantly when faced with animals, heights, etc. For instance, when the player guides Lester towards a crab in the first stage, he will at first scream and run in the opposite direction; when the player makes him walk towards it a second time he will slowly creep towards it. This coincides with one of the major themes of the game being Lester facing his fears, and these instances happen less and less as the game goes on.
Rating: 4 Votes4 Votes4 Votes4 Votes4 Votes
Times Played: 1859   Released: 1993
AKA: Odekake Lester: Lelele no Le
Keywords: Platform, Action


Personal Best: N/A
If you loved the arcade game, now you can play it in the comfort of your own home. Lethal Enforcers for the Super Nintendo is a very close representation of the coin-operated arcade shooter that hit America in the mid-1990s. The game comes packaged with one gun, so players who want to play with a partner will have to buy the extra plastic revolver.

You'll first hit the streets as a lowly Patrolman, green but ready to go. Your first mission is to stop a bank robbery. You have orders to shoot all hostile forces. As you progress through the game, you'll move up in rank by improving your accuracy level. You can move from Patrolman to Detective, on to Sergeant, and (with luck and skill) all the way up to Commander.

This game is packed with action. You'll go on a high-speed car chase, break up a hi-jacking at Chicago International Airport, and even take part in a helicopter chase! Where are the weapons? Weapons come like power-ups, scattered throughout the game hidden in trains, airplanes, and even in a Chinese restaurant!
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 3889   Released: 1993
Keywords: Light Gun, Shootemup
Series: Lethal Enforcers
ExedExes
1,942
Personal Best: N/A
Lethatl Weapon is a side-scroller where the user plays as either Riggs or Murtaugh and has to complete four missions in order to go on to the fifth and final mission. There is little difference between the two characters, other than Riggs having a faster rate of fire for his handgun, but at the cost of having a low jump height, while Murtaugh has a higher jump height at the cost of a low rate of fire for his handgun. The first four missions have the player trying to do things such as rescue Leo Getz and defusing a bomb in a shopping mall.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2160   Released: 1992
Keywords: Platform, Action
Razeluxe
12,750
Personal Best: N/A
Now is your chance to relive the American Revolution as you seek to free the thirteen colonies from British rule. You'll play the part of Commander-in-Chief George Washington, leading your forces against Thomas Gage and his army of Redcoats. Or if you prefer, rewrite history and lead the British to glory as Gage!

No matter which role you choose, the goal is essentially the same: to effectively manage your men and resources while fighting within the 53 districts composing North America. To win, you must either eliminate the entire enemy force or cause the opposing government to admit defeat. Of course, each side poses a different challenge due to the variations in troops and available resources.

In order to succeed, you'll need to review your funds, request additional support (if necessary) and allocate money to the following areas: officer salaries, fleet budget, mercenaries, and regiment support. After finalizing your budget for the season, you can then send officers into battle (along with the appropriate amount of rations, powder kegs, and gold).

Reinforcements can also be requested if you are near friendly garrisons, and you may assign different officers to lead them. Once you are ready to engage the enemy, you'll be taken to a battlefield screen where you can position your divisions. The units at your disposal include infantry, cavalry, guerrillas, boats, and artillery.

The enemy will appear after you've finished placing your troops, and multiple data screens will show information for both sides. The turn-based battle system relies on a number of statistics to influence results, including your soldiers' morale, training, and number of arms, as well as your officer's leadership, tactical expertise, reputation, and discipline.

As Commander-in-Chief, you'll also have to deal with running the districts under your control, which means providing them with supplies, rallying popular support by throwing parades or publishing gazettes, and even borrowing money from some of the wealthier citizens. Other events such as storms, mutiny, smallpox, and foreign aid will test your leadership ability in your quest for freedom.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 1840   Released: 1993
Keywords: Strategy


Personal Best: N/A
Life Fitness Mega Cart is a 3 in 1 game that includes the following titles: Mountain Bike Rally, Speed Racer and Life Fitness Program Manager.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1108   Released: 1994
Keywords: Multiple Game


Personal Best: N/A
The Lion King is a video game based on Disney's popular animated film. The title was published by Virgin Interactive in 1994.

The game is a side-scrolling platform game, with the controlled character having to leap, climb, run and descend from platform to platform. There is an exception during the level The Stampede, where Simba is running towards (or in the NES and Game Boy versions, running with the camera looking straight down on top of him) the camera dodging wildebeest and leaping over rocks.

In most versions of the game two bars appear on the HUD. To the left is the roar meter, which must be fully charged for Simba's roar to be effective. To the right is the health bar which decreases when Simba is hurt. At the bottom left of the screen is a counter showing how many lives Simba has remaining. Health can be restored by collecting bugs which come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some rare health-damaging bugs also exist.

The player controls Simba (first as a cub, then later as an adult) in the main levels and either Timon or Pumbaa in the bonus levels.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 6271   Released: 1994
Keywords: Disney, Platform, Action
Series: the lion king


Personal Best: N/A
This video game is packed with five games which are Jungle Pinball (self explanatory), Burper (a shooter type game, using Pumbaa to belch gas), Hippo Hop (identical to Frogger), Bug Drop (based on Puyo Puyo) and Slingshooter (a slingshot game) accessible directly from the menu. The object in this game is to have fun while Timon and Pumbaa from The Lion King entertain the player with glimpses of jungle living, especially when certain mini-games require the player to consume insects.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1537   Released: 1997
Series: the lion king


Personal Best: N/A
Little Magic is a Puzzle game, published by Altron, which was released in Japan in 1993.

The gameplay is very similar to The Adventures of Lolo. You control May, a magic school student who doesn't value her grades as much as she does her friends and having fun. May is taking her final exam which revolves around lots of funky block puzzles
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1257   Released: 1993
Keywords: Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A


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