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$34.75
  Apocalypse II

If you have blinding quickness and nerves of steel,
Apocalypse II
may be your ultimate test!

Challenge yourself with this hardcore arcade shooter from Europe. The graphics look sharp, and adds to the Sci-Fi feel and theme. The game uses sprite scaling for the enemies, pushing the hardware limitations of the Super Nintendo.

Main twist of the gameplay is the speed of your reaction.
The more you wait, the more tough a new enemy gets!

Over 20 levels
16-bit Graphics
Fast Action Gameplay
Arcade high score point system
Up to 4 players simultaneously (using multitap)

Product includes 16-bit SNES cartridge, compatible with all clone and original consoles,
Card board box, and Color instruction manual


 


$34.75
 


AstroHawk


Astrohawk is an open space shooter similar to the original Asteroids.

This is the Super Nintendo version of the game published by Good Deal Games' Homebrew Heaven in the GameBoy Advance HomeBrew GamePack.


 



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  Classic Kong

Classic Kong is a parody of the original NES Donkey Kong. The game features four stages similar to the arcade coin-op. Includes new upgraded 16-bit graphics and programmed from scratch from the ground up
- VERY IMPRESSIVE!


 


$39.75
  Corn Buster

Corn Buster for SNES is an unreleased Super Nintendo game developed by Engine Software in the mid 90s. The game features a similar gameplay like Devilish for the Sega Genesis, including boss fights, cut-scenes, mini games, power ups, and secrets!

Permission was acquired to publish the title,
so improvements were made including:


Fixed boss fights
Fixed game crashing bugs.
Added additional polish to the game
Fixed levels and overall continuity of the game

Product includes 16-bit SNES cartridge, compatible with all clone and original consoles, Card board box, and Color instruction manual


 


$44.75
  Dorke and Ymp

Dorke and Ymp is an unreleased Super Nintendo game developed back in the early 1990's by a Swedish company called Norse. The game was developed with unlicensed tools made by the game programmers. Unfortunately it failed to acquire a publisher and was never released.

Decades later. the original programmer, composer, and artist, and were contacted and enough source code was recovered to finish the game.

These are the new features and updates done to the game:

Over 100 bugs and crashes fixed!
Added a whole new world and levels (Volcano)
Added menu, cutscenes and ending.
Implemented password save system
Organized pieces the game to be able to play with proper continuity
Designed, developed and implemented four boss fights,
. .according to the original game story.

This product is newly manufactured, no original SNES games were harmed in the production of this game.

Product includes 16-bit SNES cartridge, compatible with all clone and original consoles, Card board box, and Color instruction manual


 



$34.75
 

Mazezam Challenge

Mazezam is a clever twist on the timeless Sokobon warehouse block pushing puzzle. Having been ported to many different systems such as the Acorn Electron, ZX Spectrum and the Atari Lynx, it now has an appearance on the Super Nintendo - adding that 16-bit charm to the taxing and often trapping mind-bender.


 


$42.75



 

Mr. Bloppy Saves The World

Mr. Bloppy Saves the World was a platform game originally developed by Copmedia in the early nineties, but never published. Now it finally makes an appearance on the SNES. Can you help Secret Agent Mr. Bloppy stop the horrible comany known only as Pollution Unilimited which is destroying the ecology of the planet.

Features over 9 Worlds with many different levels
and a Password System.

Product includes 16-bit SNES cartridge and Card board box.


 


$34.75
 

N-WARP Daisakusen

N-WARP Daisakusen is free-for-all fighting game. It is a great game for a party or a family gathering as it supports EIGHT PLAYER simultaneous game play! Please note that the SNES Multitap is required to play with more than three players.


 


$69.75

  SOCKS the Cat: Rocks the Hill

Socks the Cat is the most anticipated unreleased video game of all-time. Ever. For any platform. Doubt it? Grab some popcorn and "Google" it.

The premise was wacky yet simple.You play as Socks the Cat, or Socks as we affectionately call him. The ultimate pet of the 90's. The White House cat. The "First Pet" of the Clinton administration. Your mission? To fight your way through the White House battling all sorts of enemies, including spies, Dobermans, protestors and satirical versions of famous political figures as end bosses. The game was set to be released on the ever popular, Super Nintendo Entertainment System or SNES in the early 90's. 

The game was well received by some, disliked by others, but all agreed it was a great theme with excellent end bosses. Several publications reviewed the game but when the publisher closed its doors, Socks went missing. For years. And years. And years.

20+ years later some retro gamers and enthusiasts wondered what happened to Socks and started asking questions. There were some disagreements. The developer said it was complete while former employees of the publisher whole-heartedly disagreed, saying the game was nowhere near completion.

Then in 2011 things got really interesting. A private collector allowed a friend to shoot some video footage and upload it to YouTube of what appeared to be the Socks the Cat video game. Instant vitriol would follow.  While some were happy there was finally proof of the existence of the long lost game, others were upset that the collector would not release the game for others to enjoy. One thing was clear, the 20 years of speculation were over. Socks did exist. This created even more questions.

Was it complete? Did it play well? What was the plan for it? Well those answers would start to be answered in 2012 when another collector, Tom Curtin, purchased the only known copy of Socks. His plans were simple, he wanted to release the game. Curtin acquired the rights to Socks the Cat a couple of years later now, two decades later, Socks the Cat, the most anticipated unreleased game of all-time is a reality.

Includes 16-bit SNES cartridge, full color manual and card board box.


 


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UWOL: The Quest for Money


Uwol didn't have enough after earning about the 90% of all the income which resulted of selling retrovideogames in Spain and getting himself rich. Now he wants to experience the adventures of his good old idols while he keeps engrossing his bank account, because that's the very matter of his existence.

After gathering precious prizes following the steps of his favourite classic videogame heroes (this is, the fire which doesn't burn -which looks great in the hall of his house-, the proton pistol with the proton charger, three knickers from Gremla, the book of bills of Miner Willy, Wally's pajamas, the Sword of Power (just a copy, because the real one is in use), heaps of Saimaza coffee), he learns that a mysterious and excentric millionaire, formerly a thief, hides quite a big fortune in gold coins in a very old manor next to Canutos Forest -the so-called Storm Palace. So he decides to emulate his idol Goodie and steal them!

The problem is that it won't be very easy. The cellars of Storm Palace are quite deep and are full of nooks and crannies. Besides, the intrincate disposition of rooms makes it very easy to get lost and go back to the starting point. That's what happened to Uwol: his greed made him to get deeper and deeper into the manor so he got lost and trapped in the lowest labyrinth, inhabited by Vampy, Franky, Fanty and Wolfy, who will try by all means to make Uwol fail in his task.


 


$69.75
  Socks the Cat

The premise was wacky yet simple. You play as Socks the Cat, or Socks as we affectionately call him. The ultimate pet of the 90's. The White House cat. The "First Pet" of the Clinton administration. Your mission? To fight your way through the White House battling all sorts of enemies, including spies, Dobermans, protestors and satirical versions of famous political figures as end bosses. The game was set to be released on the ever popular Super Nintendo Entertainment System in the early 90's.

Includes SNES cartridge,
Card board box, and Color instruction manual.




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