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New Zealand Story Extra, The
1988 No summary.
New Zealand Story, The
1990 Basic horizontal platform game - help a little kiwi save his friends from an evil walrus who intends to have them for dinner.
New Zealand Story 2, The
1988 No summary.
The New Zealand Story
ニュージーランドストーリー
1990 No summary.
New Zealand Story
ニュージーランドストーリー
1988 No summary.
Kuhga - Operation Code Vapor Trail
空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail
1989 In 1999, a terrorist organization known only as DAGGER has occupied the city of New York where they have hacked into military defenses world-wide, established their own military command and gained access to nuclear missile silos. They hold the world hostage in this position and promise to cancel their threats of destroying the Earth only until the world's governments relinquish their power to DAGGER.
New York New York
1981 No summary.
New York, New York
ニューヨークニューヨーク
0 No summary.
Extra Bases
エクストラベース
1980 No summary.
Extra Innings
エクストライニングス
1978 No summary.
Rainbow Island Extra
レインボーアイランド(エクストラ)
1988 No summary.
Rainbow Island (extra version)
レインボーアイランド
1987 No summary.
Darius Gaiden - Silver Hawk - Extra Version
1995 An official ROM swap by Taito with increased rapid fire and swapped bosses
Darius Extra
1987 No summary.
Mah Jongg Summer Story
麻雀夏物語
1989 No summary.
Fairland Story, The
1985 No summary.
Demon's World / Horror Story
1989 No summary.
Horror Story
1989 No summary.
Mahjong Story
1990 No summary.
West Story
1991 No summary.
Street Fighter III: New Generation
ストリートファイター3
1997 Sequel to Street Fighter 2
New Assault
ニューアサルト
1988 No summary.
New Bosconian
ニューボスコニアン
1981 No summary.
New Dragon Spirit
ニュードラゴンスピリット
1987 Vertical Scrolling shooter in the spirit of (and by the makers of) Xevious.
New Fantasia
0 No summary.
New Grand Derby
ニューグランドダービー
1981 No summary.
New Prototype
0 No summary.
New Rolling Thunder
ニューローリングサンダー
1987 No summary.
New Sinbad 7
1983 See Sinbad 7.
New York Captor
1986 Light gun shooting fun; nail the gangsters before they get you or your loved ones.
New Rally-X
ニューラリーX
1981 Updated version of the racing game Rally-X with easier gameplay and the addition of a "lucky" flag.
Brand New Stars
1997 No summary.
Drift Out:New Technology
1991 No summary.
New Dyna Blaster: Global Quest
1992 Follow-up to Irem's 1991 game Dynablaster (known as bomberman in Japan).
New Weapon Fight
新武器格闘
1998 No summary.
Super Street Fighter 2 : New C
1993 No summary.
New Atomic Punk
1993 No summary.
New Block X
1979 No summary.
New Block Z
1979 No summary.
New Zig Zag
ニュージグザグ
1982 A variant of Dig Dug, with an additional pickaxe item
Snow Bros. 2: With New Elves
1994 Same as Snow Bros. but with 3 added characters. Known in Japan as Otenki Paradise: Snow Bros. 2
New Pac 1
ニューパックワン
0 No summary.
Super Street Fighter 2: New Challengers
スーパーストリートファイター2
1993 No summary.
Mr. Do!'s Wild Ride
ミスタードゥワイルドライド
1984 Oh my god, it's Mr. Do!'s WildRide. Great sequel. Ride the rails (of a rollercoaster) as Mr. Do, avoiding speeding cars by climbing ladders. Spell out the word EXTRA to receive another Mr. Do.
Baby Pac-Man
ベビーパックマン
1983 Gobble the dots like Pac-Man, integrated with a pinball playfield where you must earn energizers, advance fruits, and earn extra Baby Pacs.
Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha
ストリートファイターZero2α
1996 This is a Japanese only release after Street Fighter Alpha 2 to please the Japanese pundits with the addition of Evil Ryu and other new modes of play.
Galaga '88
ギャラガ’88
1988 The official sequel to Galaga gets updated with new graphics, in-game-music for bonus stages, and scrolling stages--not just stars.
Street Fighter 2: Rainbow Edition
1991 A bootleg modified (read: not originally from Capcom) version of SFII:CE. Many new (and most "cheap"!) features.
Final Starforce
ファイナルスターフォース
1992 Pilot your spaceship, shooting enemy spacecraft and ground targets. Grab the pulsator capsules for extra fire power.
Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting
1992 Choose from the original eight characters plus new boss characters in a speed-up version of Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition.
Rainbow Islands
レインボーアイランド
1987 The sequel of the Taito hit "Bubble Bobble." Full name: Rainbow Islands: The Story of Bubble Bobble 2
Bubble Memories
バブルメモリーズ
1995 Bubble Memories: The Story of Bubble Bobble III (バブルメモリーズ, Baburu Memorīzu)
Dyna Blaster
1991 Dyna Blaster was Hudsonsoft's Bomberman under a new name.
Qix
クイックス
1981 Qix (pronounced "kicks") is a simple and elegant game in which you claim territory by drawing boxes to fill a rectangular space. You must avoid the Qix – sticklike objects that float and bounce through your space in unpredictable patterns. You can rack up more points for creating boxes more slowly, and besides the Qix, you must be careful of Sparx and Fuses which appear if your marker stops while you are drawing.
Space Invaders '91
1991 Another update to the 1978 classic. New graphics, same theme.
Galaga Plus
ギャラガプラス
1984 Distributed game name: GAPLUS OR GALAGA 3... A sequel released by NAMCO of the original Galaga under two different names both released in 1984.
Ikari Warriors
1986 Jungle combat with guns and grenades against an army of evildoers. Lots of powerups and an eight-direction turning joystick/knob to control you fighter. Plus you get to jump into tanks! A classic two player reminiscent of Front Line.
M.A.C.H. 3
1983 Flying - Destroy ground and air targets. Has a fighter game and a bomber game. AKA Mach 3, M.A.C.H. III
Lunar Lander
ルナーランダー
1979 Check it out: Atari’s first vector graphics game. Using a throttle lever and rotation buttons, you attempt to land a manned spacecraft on the moon. Readouts show fuel usage and speed readings which must be coordinated for a successful landing.
Marvel Vs. Capcom
1997 The 5th game by Capcom to utilize their insanely popular Xmen fighting game engine. Players select 2 characters out of a possible 15 (plus 5 hidden) and battle it out.
Black Tiger
ブラックドラゴン
1987 Scrolling fighter with great music and great medieval monsters. U.S. version of Black Dragon.
Pleiads
1981 The same play style as Phoenix. Move your ship left and right, and destroy the enemy characters. Several different waves, with the major difference from Phoenix being a wave where you have to land the ship.
Libble Rabble
リブルラブル
1983 An obscure Namco release, Libble Rabble was designed by Toru Iwatani after his huge success with Pac-Man. Although it was not particularly popular, Iwatani claimed that it was his own personal favorite of the games he designed.
Outfoxies, The
1995 A one or two player game in which you choose from a wide variety of characters and battle to the death with your opponent.
Sky Shark
飛翔鮫
1982 Vertical shoot 'em up. Original Hi Sho Zame in Japan, licensed to Electrocoin in Europe under the name Flying Shark, and Romstar in North America under the name Sky Shark.
China Gate
中華大仙?
1988 You (and optional teamate) choose 1 of 3 characters, battle many different enemies with different abilities, and beat various bosses. The goal is to retrieve a book which the enemies have stolen from your master (as you see in the attract screens).
Smash TV
1990 In the "distant" future of 1999, you are a contestant on the most violent game show of all – Smash TV. On this game show anything goes, as you attempt to collect prizes, cash, and keys by fighting off a host of enemies with your array of weapons. In some versions, if you collect enough keys, you are rewarded with a trip to the Pleasure Dome.
Emeraldia
エメラルディア
1992 Tetris play-alike with a new twist.
Speed Rumbler
ラッシュ&クラッシュ
1986 Save your family from terrorists by running and shooting, or driving and shooting. Earn bonus as you save each person. Somewhat graphic.
Super Pac-Man
スーパーパックマン
1982 Gobble fruits and goodies - another Pac-Man sequel
Bucky O'Hare
バッキーオハラのスチャラカ空中戦
1992 Bucky's mission is to destroy each planet boss and rescue his crews and infiltrate into the Toad's spaceship and stop their ambition of universe domination.
Legionnaire
1992 A run through the city and beat up all the bad giys game in the same vein as games like Final Fight. Judy has been kidnapped by the crime syndicate and Frank, Chris, and Alfred must save her.
Caveman
1981 A full-sized pinball machine with a color monitor taking up the top center of the playfield. This predates Baby Pacman by about a year.
Challenger
チャレンジャー
1981 Split and destroy "space bubbles" and enemy ships. Ship fires in three directions, and can "Warp" to the top or bottom of the screen. Dock with the Bonus Bug for bonus points.
Block Hole
1989 A puzzle game where a spaceship tries to shoot blocks by shooting the top of each block until they match. The game ends when the blocks reach the bottom.
Chase H.Q. 2
1990 police chasing baddies and running them off the road. Just like C-HQ1 except you had a man jump out of the sun roof and fired a machine gun when you pressed a button.
Renegade
熱血硬派くにおくん
1986 It's 2am. You're in the subway. The wrong place to be unless you're looking for trouble. They've got sticks, chains and your girlfriend. It's up to you to fight your way through the thug infested city to save her.
BlaZeon: The Bio-Cyborg Challenge
1992 R-Type-ish shooter where your ship can fire a projectile that freezes enemy vehiicles and take their form and power. Innovative idea.

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