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Mappy-Land

Mappy-Land

1986  Action - Nintendo Entertainment System
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Mappy-Land - Wikipedia Mappy-Land (マッピーランド, Mappī Rando?) is a video game console-only sequel to the 1983 Namco/Midway arcade game Mappy. The game was developed by TOSE and published by Namco in Japan and Taxan in North America for the ...   more on Wikipedia
Abadox

Abadox

1989  Shooter - Nintendo Entertainment System
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Abadox - Wikipedia Abadox (アバドックス, Abadokkusu?) is a video game for the NES, subtitled The Deadly Inner War. It is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up in the vein of Gradius and R-Type. The game is notable for its unique visual design, as the ga ...   more on Wikipedia
Star Voyager

Star Voyager

1986  Action - Nintendo Entertainment System
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Star Voyager - Wikipedia Star Voyager is an outer space shooter for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The gameplay is a first-person shooter from inside the cockpit of a spaceship. The player navigates "sub spaces" of a larger "world map." Gameplay takes place between diffe ...   more on Wikipedia
Cybernoid

Cybernoid

1987  Shooter - Nintendo Entertainment System Amiga - Single player  
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Cybernoid - Wikipedia Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine is a shoot 'em up developed and published in 1987 by Hewson Consultants for the ZX Spectrum, and was then ported to the Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, NES, and Amiga. It was programmed by Raffaele Cecco. The Sinc ...   more on Wikipedia