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Paperboy 2

Paperboy 2

1991  Action - Sega Game Gear Sego MegaDrive Super NES Game Boy Nintendo Entertainment System Amiga
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Paperboy 2 - Wikipedia Paperboy 2 is a sequel to the video game Paperboy. It was released in 1991-1992 for a large number of home systems. While Paperboy debuted in arcades and was subsequently ported to home systems, this game was only released for consumer systems. It wa ...   more on Wikipedia
Kwirk

Kwirk

1990  Action - Game Boy
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Kwirk - Wikipedia Kwirk, known in Japan as Puzzle Boy (パズルボーイ?), is an action/transport puzzle video game first developed and published by Atlus in Japan on November 24, 1989 for the original Game Boy. The same port was later published in ...   more on Wikipedia
Astro Rabby

Astro Rabby

1990  Action - Game Boy
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Astro Rabby - Wikipedia Astro Rabby (アストロラビー?) is a 1990 action video game published by Information Global Service (IGS) for the original Game Boy exclusively in Japan on October 12, 1990. It is the first Game Boy title to be published by ...   more on Wikipedia
Battle Bull

Battle Bull

1990  Action - Game Boy - Single-player video game  
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Battle Bull - Wikipedia Battle Bull (バトル・ブル?) is an action video game for the original Game Boy; released in 1990 in Japan and 1991 in North America. Using a third-person perspective and a top-down view. ...   more on Wikipedia