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Adventure, Action, June 1, 2017
Darling little Pugsley has lost his family to kidnappers who have hidden them as prisoners in their own spooky home. Only lovable little Pugsley can rescue them by hunting for delightfully strange items located in secret spots in their weird mansion. What oddities and atrocities await him! There are twisted creatures and complex features at every turn of the task.

If precious little Pugsley is able, he'll find and rescue Gomez, Granny, Wednesday and Uncle Fester and see them to the music room. Each one holds a piece of the unnaturally lovely music which Lurch must play to unlock the secret passage leading to Morticia. Pugsley's only helper is the charmingly bizarre Thing, who brings him startling messages to help him along. So get ready to get spooky and get set to get kooky... it's Pugsley's Scavenger Hunt!
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Adventure, Action, Puzzle, June 1, 2017
Back to the Future Part II & III is a 1990 video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System based on the second and third films in the Back to the Future trilogy. The game was produced by Beam Software and distributed by LJN.
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Adventure, Action, June 1, 2017
Back to the Future Part II & III is a 1990 video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System based on the second and third films in the Back to the Future trilogy. The game was produced by Beam Software and distributed by LJN.
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Adventure, Action, April 5, 2017
Bowser's Revenge it's a Super Mario Bros 3 hack.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri Douchuu is a video game produced by Konami. It is the second game in the Ganbare Goemon series (known in English as Mystical Ninja) and the first released on a video game console and home computer. It was initially released for the Family Computer July 30, 1986 and later released for the MSX one year later. The Family Computer version was re-released in Japan only for the Game Boy Advance under the Family Computer Mini label and for the Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U under the Virtual Console service.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri Douchuu is a video game produced by Konami. It is the second game in the Ganbare Goemon series (known in English as Mystical Ninja) and the first released on a video game console and home computer. It was initially released for the Family Computer July 30, 1986 and later released for the MSX one year later. The Family Computer version was re-released in Japan only for the Game Boy Advance under the Family Computer Mini label and for the Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U under the Virtual Console service.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Home Alone refers is a video game created for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Sega Game Gear, Amiga, personal computer, Nintendo Entertainment System and the Game Boy. It is based on the movie of the same name.

In the Home Alone title for the NES, the player must avoid being caught by the Wet Bandits for 20 minutes. During this time, he can set various traps using items around the house, each with a different corresponding strength and allowing the Bandit tripping them to be knocked unconscious longer. Kevin can also hide behind certain parts of the house, but only for two consecutive turns; any other concurrent passings will result in a game over. Some official copies of the NES version have two different "game over" screens; one having Kevin McCallister performing his trademark screaming face with a speech balloon on his left side that reads "Oh no!", the other one only having a large cloud with "Oh no!" in the middle of it.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is a video game based loosely on the 1992 film of the same name; it was released on the NES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, MS-DOS and Super NES systems.

The Nintendo versions of the game were released in late 1992 for all three Nintendo's consoles at the time. The Nintendo consoles are virtually the same game, with minor differences in each version. The Game Boy version is virtually identical to the NES version. The MS-DOS version was released in 1992. The Sega Genesis version was released a year later in 1993.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
Hook is a game that was released in 1992 on four different consoles. The original version for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was designed and developed by a Japanese game developer, Ukiyotei. The Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Sega Mega-CD/Sega CD ports were handled by Core Design. The Sega Game Gear port was handled by Spidersoft (this was also supposed to be released for the Sega Master System; a prototype exists). All versions were published by Sony Imagesoft and were essentially identical; however, the Sega CD version has the musical score from the film and better cut scenes with voice actors and digital stills.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
A NES side scroller where you control a boy with a bo staff. You can use the bo staff to wall jump and also use the bo staff as a pogo stick to bounce vertically.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Keroppi to Keroriinu no Splash Bomb! is an Action game, developed by Geo Factory and published by Character Soft, which was released in Japan in 1993.
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Action, Fight, July 9, 2016
Last Action Hero is a series of action video games based on the film of the same name. Versions were released for the NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, Sega Game Gear, Amiga and MS-DOS. Versions for the Sega Master System and Sega CD were also announced, but never released.

A separate version was released on the Commodore Amiga and was developed by The Dome Software Developments. The MS-DOS version was developed by Psygnosis and offers full motion video cut scenes from the actual motion picture; the never-released Sega CD version was planned to include this feature as well.
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Action, July 9, 2016
Lethal Weapon is a video game developed by Eurocom and released in 1992 by Ocean. It was released in conjunction with Lethal Weapon 3.

There was another version of the game released for the day's home computer formats and the Super NES. It also is a difficult 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, defuse a bomb in a shopping mall, stop a dockside smuggling operation, and prevent terrorists from blowing up the city's sewer system. The final mission focuses on going after Jack Travis, the main villain of Lethal Weapon 3.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
Mario is Missing is one of Nintendo's many entries into the "edutainment" genre, and one of the few Nintendo games to feature the Mario brother Luigi as the main playable character.

Mario is Missing is a unique Mario game in that the action does not occur in the Mushroom Kingdom, but rather on terrestrial Earth, set in a time contemporary to the game's release date. The visual style of the game is borrowed its SNES contemporary Super Mario World, from the title's font to the overworld city maps.
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Adventure, Action, July 30, 2016
This is a ROM hack of Capcom’s Mega Man 3 for the NES. All levels have been redesigned (incl. scrolling directions), a new title screen has been made, the color palettes have been changed and some minor graphics have been edited. Other things are pretty much unchanged. The levels are harder than the ones in the original game - They’re designed to be hard enough to provide some challenge - but not so hard that the hack is not fun to play.
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