Bahamut Lagoonis a Japanese tactical role-playing game developed and published by Square for the Nintendo Super Famicom on February 9, 1996. It was never officially released outside of Japan, but it was unofficially translated into English. It is often called Bahalag in Japan.
Brawl Brothers, known in Japan as Rushing Beat Run: Fukusei Toshi"Rushing Beat Chaos: The City of Clones"), is a side-scrolling beat 'em up game made by Jaleco in 1992 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Brawl Brothers is the second game in the Rushing Beat series (the first game was released in the U.S. as Rival Turf!). It was followed by the release of The Peace Keepers in 1993.
Jackal released in North America for the arcades as Top Gunner, is an overhead run and gun arcade game released in 1986. The Jackal squad, a four-man team composed of Colonel Decker, Lieutenant Bob, Sergeant Quint and Corporal Grey, is sent to rescue soldiers kept as hostages by the enemy.
The Adventures of Bayou Billy, (Also known as The Adventures of Forest Steam.) released in Japan as Mad City in Japan in 1988.\nThe player takes control of the title character, Billy West, who must fight to save his girlfriend Annabelle Lane from the gang of Godfather Gordon. There are a total of nine stages in all: five side-scrolling beat-em-up stages (or street fighting stages, as the game actually dubs them), two light gun shooting (shoot-\'em-up) stages, and two action driving stages.
Captain America and the Avengers is an arcade game released by Data East in 1991.It features the Marvel Comics characters The Avengers in a side scrolling brawling and shooting adventure to defeat the evil Red Skull.The original arcade game was sold in two forms.One version allowed four players to play simultaneously,with each player position controlling a specific character.An alternate version featured two player gameplay,with players able to choose any of the available four characters.
In the 2D games of the Super Mario series, gameplay primarily involves jumping on enemies and avoiding enemy attacks. In later 3D games, close quarters fights were incorporated. Intense emphasis on reaching various goals permeates the series; such goals include defeating enemies, reaching specific points, or solving puzzles. Throughout the series, collecting power-ups has been an integral part of the gameplay.
The game has been ported to several other Nintendo consoles. In 1993, it was included in Super Mario All-Stars, a SNES compilation of enhanced remakes of NES Mario games. A Game Boy Advance version, Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, was released in 2003, and included several updates. It features similar graphics to the SNES remake (the release was a port of the SNES version) along with a larger color palette and parallax scrolling, although the latter not to the same extent.
Metal Warriors is a video game developed by LucasArts in 1995 for the Super NES and published by Konami. Much of the game mechanics fall inline with a platform game. On top of the regular single player game, the addition of a 2 player split screen versus mode was ahead of its time and added value to the title.