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Adventure, RPG, Action, November 8, 2016
7th Saga is a SNES RPG notorious for its unforgiving difficulty in that monsters are brutally difficult and the heroes stats dont rise particularly generously with their levels. It is not widely known, however, that 7th Saga is the localized version of Elnard, the Japanese incarnation of this game which is much, much easier by comparison. This IPS patch restores the monster stats of Elnard to the US 7th Saga and also modifies the mechanics of player leveling such that the player will now gain stats as he or she would in Elnard, making the games difficulty level much more reasonable. Additionally, confrontations with the rival apprentices in this game are now properly balanced, an oversight in the localized version.
Its a Hack to 7th saga.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 15, 2016
Among its many flaws, one weakness of The 7th Saga was that the characters were almost carbon copies of each other, limiting replay value. In this hack, based on the improvements already made in my 7th Saga Redux hack, the characters have been given familiar classes based on Final Fantasy 1, with different stats and spells. Because this version can be played with minimal grinding, its a lot easier to try out each class and learn its unique playing style.
The classes:

RedMage (Kamil): Well-rounded in all areas Fighter (Olvan): Tough physical warrior with healing magic Bl.Mage (Esuna): Powerful offensive mage Bl.Belt (Wilme): Expert in unarmed combat Robot (Lux): The ultimate defensive tank Wh.Mage (Valsu): Healing and support mage Thief (Lejes): Master of stealth and sabotage
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
The 7th Saga, titled Elnard in Japan, is a role-playing video game developed by Produce and published by Enix for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993.
Its a Hack to 7th saga.
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
The 7th Saga, called Elnard in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The player chooses one of seven playable characters, all of whom separately embark on a quest to locate seven magical runes. As the player progresses through the game from one town to the next, they encounter the other six characters on multiple occasions. The player may partner with one of the other playable characters to fight as a team, and they may also fight against other playable characters for the runes. Notable unique innovations include the use of a crystal ball "radar" that allows players to see enemies approaching their character in dungeons and in the overworld. This means that combat is not totally random, as players may theoretically avoid enemies (although enemies move extremely quickly and randomly, making combat difficult to avoid). The game also uses Mode 7 graphic effects to create the transition between exploration screen and battle screen. The game is particularly known for its unforgiving difficulty due to balance changes made in its localization; enemies were given much higher stats, and the player characters stat increases were reduced (the other playable characters retain the original stat increases, so they will always surpass the player characters level).
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
A Bugs Life is a video game based on the Disney Pixar film of the same name. It was released for various systems in 1998 and in 1999. The games storyline is similar to that of the movie, with a few changes. After completing levels the player can unlock real clips from the movie.
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Adventure, Action, July 29, 2016
Basicaly, the princess has been kidnapped by a guy and you have to save her.

Like the name says, some Custom Musics are heavy metal songs (like Paranoid, American Idiot etc)...

A hack to Super Mario World.
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Adventure, Action, September 8, 2016
A Super Mario Thing (ASMT) is a collaboration hack created by users of Raocows Talkhaus and lead by yoshicookiezeus. It was released at SMWCs C3 in Spring 2010. The game stars Demo, an armless cycloptic demon alien minion (created by LPer Raocow), caught in the middle of a conflict in the Mushroom Kingdom after her teleporter warped her there while at the same time losing it. The game has Demo venturing to defeat King Charles and to get her teleporter back so she can return home. As ASMT is modeled closer to Japanese-style hacks and was created for Raocow, difficulty is considerably higher than the average hack that would normally be found on SMW Central. Reception to the game has been mixed, with people praising the increased challenge, music, and various gameplay gimmicks, while other have criticized the hack for it fluctuating difficulty.
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Adventure, Action, July 17, 2016
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters is a platform arcade style video game developed by Realtime Associates and published by Viacom New Media in 1995 for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and SNES based on the American cartoon series of the same name on Nickelodeon.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
ActRaiser is a 1990 Super Nintendo Entertainment System action and city-building simulation game developed by Quintet and published by Enix (now Square Enix) that combines traditional side-scrolling platforming with urban planning god game sections. A sequel, ActRaiser 2, was released for the Super Nintendo in 1993. In 2007, ActRaiser became available on the Wiis Virtual Console download service in Europe, North America and Japan. A version of the game was also released for European mobile phones in 2004.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
ActRaiser 2, released in Japan as ActRaiser 2: Chinmoku e no Seisen, is a side-scrolling platform game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console developed by Quintet and published by Enix (now Square Enix) in 1993 and is the sequel to the popular game ActRaiser. The game tells a story that draws concepts from the famous religious epics Paradise Lost and Divine Comedy. The position of ActRaiser 2 in the series timeline is not explicitly revealed; however, many plot details suggest that ActRaiser 2 may actually be a prequel to the original ActRaiser, or take place in another universe entirely. Unlike the original game, which alternately combined platform game sequences and god game sequences, ActRaiser 2 is only a platform game.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
ActRaiser 2, released in Japan as ActRaiser 2: Chinmoku e no Seisen, is a side-scrolling platform game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console developed by Quintet and published by Enix (now Square Enix) in 1993 and is the sequel to the popular game ActRaiser. The game tells a story that draws concepts from the famous religious epics Paradise Lost and Divine Comedy. The position of ActRaiser 2 in the series timeline is not explicitly revealed; however, many plot details suggest that ActRaiser 2 may actually be a prequel to the original ActRaiser, or take place in another universe entirely. Unlike the original game, which alternately combined platform game sequences and god game sequences, ActRaiser 2 is only a platform game.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
Action Pachio is a video game created by Coconuts Japan in 1993 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The player takes control of a white Pachio and tries to make his way through all the side-scrolling levels. In between each level is a cut scene that updates the story for the player. Players can collect coins in the game; collecting 100 of them results in an extra life. They are also given a life bar with three different colors (symbolizing how "healthy" the character is), a time limit, and a relatively generic score indicator that
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Adventure, RPG, Action, July 9, 2016
Addams Family Values is an Action RPG based on the film of the same name produced by Ocean Software and released in 1995 for the Sega Mega Drive and Super NES.
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Adventure, Action, July 9, 2016
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends is a video game released by THQ inspired by The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. The game consists of seven levels that take players through various locales: A Swiss Alps-style mountain, a cavern, a mine, a submarine, a haunted ship, a port town, and a castle. Mini-games are available at certain points that allows players to collect extra lives. These mini-games are Peabody and Sherman, where players control Sherman and blow bubble gum bubbles to clog a dragons mouth, and Dudley Do-Right, where players ride a horse and avoided an ever-approaching train which is driven by Snidely Whiplash. The Game Boy version only had three levels, although generally with multiple sections. In that one, the first level, Frostbite Falls, has the player controlling Bullwinkle, the second, on the Moon, uses Rocky, and the final one, the Abominable Manor, uses Bullwinkle again. Before the final section, a bonus level that had Bullwinkle running to the end of a football field to catch Rocky, while avoiding and head-butting football players on the way, could grant the player an extra life upon completion. The final section always had a time limit to defeat the Fearless Leader and rescue your friend, dying in this three times would send the player back to the first section of the level. Despite the absence thereof, the game label still showed the "Friends" (e.g. Dudley Do-Right).
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Adventure, July 9, 2016
Adventures of Yogi Bear is a multi-platform game released by Cybersoft on October 1, 1994 in North America and later in Japan and Europe. The game is called Yogi Bear in Japan, Yogi Bear's: Cartoon Capers for the European Super NES version, and Yogi Bear Cartoon Capers for the European Sega Mega Drive version.
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