Home Alone (SNES)
 

Home Alone (SNES)

No nut shots here.

 
AeroFighters Assault
 

AeroFighters Assault

I'm coming in, hot!

 
Rise of Nations + Thrones and Patriots Expansion
 

Rise of Nations

Building Rome in a day.

 

Hollywood Squares

Revived on TV by Whoopi “I have no eyebrows” Goldberg, the show Hollywood Squares takes Tic-Tac-Toe, applies a celebrity to each square, and then chooses two completely starstruck morons to play. This could very well be the easiest gameshow on Earth. The celebrities are the ones who really answer the questions, and the players only […]

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Evander Holyfield’s Real Deal Boxing

Holyfield’s Boxing isn’t just a chance to cash in on Evander’s name – it’s also an enjoyable and well made boxing sim. You’ll get to create and customize your own pugilist, and then make the most of their career in the goal to be remembered as “The Greatest”. Though you do fight the title boxer […]

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Uninvited

If the title reminds of you an old PC game made back in ’86 by ICOM… well that’s probably because this is the very same game. Uninvited is essentially a text-based adventure, polished up with some basic graphics and a point-and-click interface. If you don’t like such games, or reading, the door is over there. […]

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The Lawnmower Man

Hidden out in the backwoods of a small town, a shady government agency runs “The Shop” – an institute developing advanced virtual technologies. Their funding comes from secret virtual experiments to train chimpanzees in combat, with the intent of sending them out into warzones too dangerous for humans. At roughly the same time, a doctor […]

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The Hunt for Red October

I loved the movie The Hunt for Red October. It was the first movie that made me feel like a badass just for watching it, and began my obsession with reading any Jack Ryan book that leaked out of Tom Clancy’s brain. So when I saw that there was an SNES version, I jumped all […]

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688 Attack Sub

“Which way is he turning, Jonesy?”
“To to starboard, sir!”

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