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$54.75
  Germ Squashers

Germ Squashers: An exclusive homebrew with proceeds benefiting the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. Defeat germs, and sink into two player germ-squashing action, as you work towards the ultimate goal: a clean and healthy hospital!

Germ Squashers is a one or two player arcade action game where you have to clear the screen of all germs and viruses before time runs out in order to progress forward. Keep an eye out for the flashing germs. When they are defeated, you can gain power-ups like invincibility, and a temporary time freeze.

Germ Squashers will work on your NES, as well as aftermarket consoles like the Retron5. Proceeds from the sale of this game benefit the Children's Miracle Network.

Includes game cartridge, manual, and box.


 


$44.75
  Meteor Swarm

Meteor Swarm is a game inspired by similar titles from the early arcade era such as Atari's Asteroids. You the player, take control of a spaceship trapped in the middle of a hectic meteor shower.

Large, slow-moving meteors drift randomly as you maneuver to dodge and shoot them.  When shot, the meteors will break into smaller pieces until they eventually disappear into space dust.  Then you move on the the next wave where things go faster and faster! Good luck!


 

$54.99

  Rock, Paper, Scissors (Limited Edition)

Rock, Paper, Scissors is a brand new homebrew title from Wry Games for the NES! In this puzzle game you use the simple concept behind the classic Rock, Paper, Scissors to clear columns of items. If you stack a tower of paper, crumple it with rock. You have to be strategic in order to plan out clearing large columns and score big points in nine increasingly difficult levels.

With bright visuals, and fast paced strategic puzzle style gameplay, this is a must have for any retro game collector. It comes packaged in a cartridge that works on your original hardware, or after market consoles like the Retron5!

Edition comes complete with:
-Professional, high quality box with metallic seals and foil #/100 label.
-Beautifully printed and assembled manual.
-Rock, Paper, Scissors game for NES on black cartridge.


 

$39.75
 

California Raisins: The Grape Escape

The California Raisins: The Grape Escape was designed in 1991 but was not commercially released.

In the single-player side-scrolling action game the player controls a California Raisin through five stages in an effort to rescue the band and their band's musical notes that were stolen by the gang of jealous musicians. The player walk, jump, climb on vines, moonwalk and shoot an unlimited supply of grape jelly beans as projectiles.

The first four levels include The Grape Vine, The Factory, The Maize Maze and The Juicery. The final level takes places in The Clouds.


 

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  Drac's Night Out

Drac's Night Out for the Nintendo Entertainment System was not commercially released. Interestingly, the game endoresed the Reebok Pump.

In the game you controlled the infamous Count Dracula who, while wearing Reebok Pumps, had to walk from his castle to his girlfriend Mina's house in order to drink her blood. Along the way you could suck the blood of villagers in order to transform into a bat or a wolf.


 

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Earthbound (a/k/a Mother in English)

Earthbound tells the story of a psychic boy named Ninten. He sets out on a journey to discover the cause of the mysterious phenomenon that occurred in his home one day. As the story develops, he meets friends along the way and they fight their way to the source of all their troubles. Mother takes place during a more modern time (1988) in the United States and has equipment like baseball bats instead of swords and psionic powers instead of magic.

The original Earthbound was was not commercially released in English or outside of Japan. This game is the prequel to the US EarthBound game released on the SNES, which was released in Japan as Mother 2.


 

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  Final Fantasy II

The game's story centers on three youths whose parents were killed during an army invasion. The invasion leader, an emperor, pursues world control using monsters and demons. The youths join a resistance to end the emperor's war.

Final Fantasy II introduced many elements that would later become staples of the Final Fantasy franchise, including chocobos and the recurring character Cid. It also eliminated the traditional experience point leveling system, and introduced a system where the characters' statistics increase according to how they are used or acquired.

The original Final Fantasy II was was not commercially released in English or outside of Japan for the Nintendo Entertainment System.


 

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  Hero Quest

Control your barbarian in this fantasy role-playing game based on the popular board game.

 

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  Hit the Ice

The popular arcade game on the NES. Control your three man team consisting of a forward, defender and goalie to victory against your opponant. Hit the Ice for the NES was not commercially released.

The NES version of Hit the Ice was the most unusual of all the home console ports, as it has a Quest Mode, which mixed RPG elements into a hockey game for the only time.

 

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Robocop Versus Terminator

RoboCop versus The Terminator is a video game released for a number of platforms and is based on the RoboCop and Terminator franchises, more notably the 1992 four-issue comic book mini-series of the same name. The NES version of the game was never commercially released.

In the future, human soldiers of John Connor's resistance force against the machines are fighting a losing war against Skynet and its robot forces. Discovering that one of the foundation technologies for Skynet is the cybernetics technology used in the creation of cyborg police officer RoboCop, Flo, a resistance soldier, is sent back in time to destroy RoboCop and stop Skynet from being built. However Skynet learns of the time travel attempt and sends Terminators to stop Flo...


 

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Secret Ties

You plays as Silk, a treasure-hunter of questionable ethics. Working for Vince Brazen, a member of the World-Con Security Agency, you set out to steal ancient artifacts from an Inca temple and rescue your abducted girlfriend Reiko.
Battle your way through six stages in this game that plays very much like Ninja Gaiden and Vice: Project Doom.

Secret Ties is a game based of a little known comic titled Master Sugar Thief, a comic book written by the author of the Golgo 13 comic series. The game was never commercially released in Japan or in the United States.


 

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  Squashed!

Squashed is a vegetable themed an action platform game and stars a friendly ninjas named Maru and Cori. You must help King Kale battle robots and vegetable themed enemies in order to protect six worlds from being overthrown by his nemesis Vegetron. The gameplay is very similar to Super Mario Bros. 3 and the original Mega Man series.

 

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  Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Play the game based on the 1983 movie scrip. Spock's brother, Sybok, discovers the location of the almighty God and attempts to make contact. This game was cancelled and was never commercially released.

In the game, you control Sulu, Scotty, and Kirk in several side-scrolling missions. This game also features a space shooting level similar to Atari's Star Raiders allowing you to control the Enterprise.

 

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  Sun Man

Sunman, developed in 1992, was originally intended to be a Superman game, but later retooled before being eventually cancelled. As a result, SunMan was never commercially released.

Sunman is a five stage side-scrolling fighting game, with exceptional graphics for an 8-bit title. Kenji Eno, of WARP fame, was involved with the development of this title and appears in the game credits.

 

$34.75
 

Time Diver: Eon Man

Time Diver: Eon Man was developed in 1993, but never commercially released. The game was originally being developed as a sequel to Wrath of the Black Manta before being retooled. The game features five stages which are randomized, allowing for some variation when playing through the game multiple times.

Earth, 60 years into the future. The world is virtually crime free thanks to the Clear System invented by Kane Nelson, scientist extraordinaire. That is, until a secret organization called Romedrux decides to challenge the system by unleashing a plague of crime. In order for them to succeed, they'll need to prevent the Clear System from ever being invented, and that means eliminating Kane or his ancestors. Los Angeles, 1993. Dan Nelson thought he was an ordinary student living in L.A. until the day he found himself under attack by Romedrux warriors. During the attack, Dan learns about his future son, Kane, and vows to protect his family past, present, and future. It's a race through time in this sci-fi thriller.




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