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Sport, March 1, 2017
10-Yard Fight is a 1983 American football arcade game that was developed and published in Japan by Irem and published in the United States by Taito and in Europe by Electrocoin. It is the first slightly realistic American football video game ever developed and released.
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Miscellaneous, July 9, 2016
Casino Kid is a casino video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System platform released in 1989. It was published and developed by Sofel. In Japan, the game was released as $1,000,000 Kid: Maboroshi no Teiou Hen and is based on the manga series $1,000,000 Kid by Yuki Ishigaki.

Casino Kid takes place in the fictional town of Lost Wages (the Japanese version uses the actual city of Las Vegas, Nevada) where the object is to earn lots of money and to defeat the evil King of the Casino. Games at the casino include blackjack and five-card draw poker. Slot machines and roulette were omitted from the North American version. While the North American version uses parody names for the Las Vegas/Lost Wages casino, the Japanese version uses the actual Golden Nugget name. The layout in the Japanese version is similar to an actual Vegas casino compared to the North American version; which looks more like a glorified lobby.

In the Japanese version, it is possible to travel to other casinos like New York City and Japan for a substantial airfare cost. Players can essentially customize the game in the Japanese version by placing in their own name. Casino Kid has blue hair in the Japanese version and blond hair in the North American version. A "free mode" is added into the Japanese version that allow for experimentation with gambling strategies.

There is a different introduction in the North American and Japanese version. The Japanese version has a kid imagining himself to be the casino champion while the North American version has the player compete in a tournament for the world's toughest gamblers. Both versions have waitresses in bunny costumes that gives hints to the player. Attempting to skip an opponent allow players to find the exact location of the previous opponent while skipping two or more opponents is frowned upon in this game.
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Many, July 9, 2016
10000000 games in only 1 ROM, choose your favorite and have fun.
These Include:
  • Super Mario
  • Galaxian
  • Wild Gunman
  • Battle city
  • Luner Ball
  • Duck Hunt
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Many, July 9, 2016
103 games in only one ROM:
These include:
  • Tank 1990
  • Galaxian
  • Sky Destroy
  • Star Force
  • Battle City
  • Antarctic
  • Lode Runner
  • Lunar Ball
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Many, April 5, 2017
116 games in only one ROM.
These include:
  • F1 Race
  • Kung Fu
  • Lode Runner
  • Tank 1990
  • Galaxian
  • Circus Chablie
  • Road Fighter
  • Execite Bike
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Many, July 9, 2016
118 games in only one ROM.
These Include:
  • Lode Runner
  • Kage Legedry
  • Tabk 1990
  • Galaxian
  • Circus Chablie
  • Road Fighter
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Many, July 9, 2016
1200 games in only one ROM.
These include:
  • Duck Hunt
  • Hoogans Alley
  • Wild Gunman
  • Small Mario
  • Lode Runner
  • Popeyes
  • Milk Nuts
  • Kung Fu
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Many, July 9, 2016
15 games in only one ROM.
These include:
  • Turtle 3
  • Final Ft
  • Lt Weapon
  • Tur
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Many, July 9, 2016
150 games in only one ROM.
These include:
  • Tetris
  • Galaxian
  • Ice Man
  • Lunar Ball
  • Duck Shoot
  • Wild Man
  • Battle City
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Shooter, July 9, 2016
1943 is the sequel to Capcom's highly successful vertical scrolling shooter 1942. The game takes place in the Pacific Theater of WWII during the Battle of Midway (as per the title) where the United States won a decisive victory over the Japanese navy. The game takes a few liberties with history and pits the player as a lone fighter pilot winning the battle on their own, and shooting down a lot more than four Japanese aircraft carriers.

The game consists of 16 levels through which the player must destroy waves of enemies to take on a large battleship, bomber boss, or fighter launching aircraft at the level's conclusion. The player, as in the previous game, pilots a Lockheed P-38 Lightning. The only major gameplay difference from 1942 is that the player is only given one life and rechargeable energy meter.

Shooting down groups of red enemy craft or touching animal icons hidden in the clouds will grant power-ups to the plane's abilities. Such power-ups include automatic guns, artillery shells, a shotgun blast, and even an anachronistically placed laser. The famous Capcom Yashichi symbol will restore health and the plane icon will grant two wingmen who attach to the wingtips and double the plane's firepower.

Players can also make use of a "bomb" ability that clears the screen of foes and bullets. This is context-sensitive to the part of a level the player is in, as it calls lightning while in the skies and a tidal wave if the plane is closer to the ocean. The bomb ability is to be used sparingly as it drains health with each use.
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Race, July 9, 2016
1991 Du Ma Racing is an unlicensed horse racing game for the NES that was developed by Idea-Tek and published by Super Mega. The game offers two game modes.

In race mode, two players can compete in a race. By pressing a button at the right time, they can build up their horse's power, then press another button to release it and give their horse an edge in the race. The player who does this faster and more accurately will have a better chance of winning the race.

In gamble mode, 1 to 6 players start out with 500 credits to place bets on 5 horses. The race will be simulated without any player interaction, and at the end of each race event players will get their respective prize money. The goal is to earn more money this way than any other player.
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Many, July 9, 2016
1997 games in only one ROM.
These include:
  • Mario
  • Tank
  • Small Bee
  • Lunner Ball
  • Wild Gunman
  • Battle City
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Strategy, Board, July 9, 2016
1999: Hore, Mita koto ka! Seikimatsu is a Family Computer video game that takes place in the late twentieth century right up through the year 1999.

This game is similar to a crossover between Monopoly and The Game of Life. Aliens arrive to tell the players to live their lives to the fullest before it's too late because of some event that will occur at the end of 1999.Cards are used instead of dice and the players might be involved in automobile accidents, jobs, investing in the stock market, falling in love with a woman, or a single round at the slot machines.
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Many, July 9, 2016
2-in-1: Family Kid & Aladdin 4 is an NES multicart that contains a hack of Somari, Family Kid, and a hack of Aladdin, Aladdin 4.
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