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Pole Position 2 on the Atari 7800

The gameplay is identical as the original Pole Position with three additional tracks to choose from: Test , Seaside, and Suzuka. The cars have a...

Mean 18 Golf on the Atari 7800

Mean 18 featured the Augusta National and Pebble Beach and St. Andrews courses. It used the soon popular 3-click control system, whereby the first click...

Galaga on the Atari 7800

Galaga is a fixed shooter arcade game developed and published by Namco. It is the sequel to Galaxian. Controlling a starship, the player is tasked...

Namco Museum on the Nintendo 64

Namco Museum 64 for Nintendo 64 features the following classic games Pac-Man (1980) Ms. Pac-Man (1982) Galaga (1981) Galaxian (1979) Pole Position (1982) Dig Dug (1982) Cheats Galaga There is a well-known cheat...

Dr Mario on the Nintendo 64

Dr. Mario 64 is a falling block tile-matching video game. The playing field is represented on-screen as a medicine bottle populated with viruses of three...

Super Monkey Ball on gamecube

Main game The player about to start a stage during the main game. The objective of the main game is to guide one of four playable...

Super Smash TV on the SNES

The plot of the game involves a dystopian television show during the then-future year of 1999, where one or two "lucky" contestants must shoot...

Super Mario Kart on the SNES

In Super Mario Kart, the player takes control of one of eight Mario series characters, each with differing capabilities. In single player mode players can...

Super Punch Out on the SNES

The gameplay in Super Punch-Out!! is similar to that of the NES version. The player controls a nameable boxer as he fights his way to...

Double Dragon II on NES

Double Dragon II can be played by up to two players simultaneously. The game offers two modes of play, which differ only in whether or...