Arcade game based on the CBS television series starring Jan Michael-Vincent and Ernest Borgnine as a pair of mercenaries who flew a high-tech military helicopter on various and sundry missions. This is a pretty cool hybrid shooter/action game.
This is a platform action game based on the British comic book character of the same name and the 1995 movie that tarnished that name. In the 22nd century, the Earth's population has concentrated into vast urban areas where crime runs rampant.
Demolition Man is a multiplatform, run and gun action game based on the film of the same name. The game allows players to control the main character, John Spartan as he attempts to find and defeat his arch-nemesis, Simon Phoenix.
Scum of the Universe is a game that combines two genres: arcade and strategy. On one side, it's a classic vertical-scrolling 3rd person shooter game. On the other side, it is an adventure and strategy.
The game takes place on the space outpost Terra-12. It was hit by cosmic radiation, which mutated most of the life forms on the outpost. The radiation was followed by a group of aliens lead by robotic "governors".
Breath of Fire II, originally Breath of Fire II: The Fated Child , is the second role-playing game in the Breath of Fire series. It was developed by Capcom for the Super Famicom and released in Japan in 1994.
Drakkhen was originally a computer role-playing game developed by Draconian (Data East) for the PC. Created by French developers, it was later re-tooled in order to be released in the United States by MicroProse in 1990.
Aero Fighters (known as Sonic Wings in Japan) is a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up ("shmup") arcade game released in 1992 by Video System, ported to the Super Famicom in 1993 and the Super Nintendo in 1994, and spawned two sequels for t
This is a racing game in which you not only compete with other cars, trying to outrun them, but also use all kinds of weapons and gadgets to damage your opponents. In the beginning of the game, you can choose one of the eight available characters.
Extra Innings is a baseball game released for the North American Super NES. The game did not use real life teams from either American or Japanese baseball, instead using 12 fictional teams with all fictional players.
Come check out this attractive Tile Rummy game. Use tiles to create sets of runs and matches. Rearrange the tiles on the board to acquire tiles needed to complete sets. Be the first to use all your tiles to score bonus points.