Stormlord, Slime World, The Kick Boxing, The Davis Cup Tennis (Japan)

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Stormlord is a side-scrolling action platformer Developed by Razorsoft for the Genesis/Mega Drive
Released: (NA) 1990
(JP) March 27, 1992

 

Slime World is a platform game for the Mega Drive developed by Epyx. It was released in the US as Todd's Adventures in Slime World.
Released: (JP) April 30, 1992

 

The Kick Boxing is a fighting game for the PC Engine CD
Released: July 31, 1992

 

The Davis Cup Tennis is a tennis game for the PC Engine CD
Released: April 1, 1992


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