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  1. ABC's of GW-BASIC, The

    Author: William J. Orvis ISBN: 0895886634 320 pages $19.95

    © 1990, Sybex

  2. Unix For VMS Users (1st Edition)

    Author: Philip E. Bourne ISBN: 1555580343 368 pages Unknown cover price

    © 1990, Digital Press

  3. Author: Alfred Glossbrenner ISBN: 0312033125 412 pages $18.95

    © 1990, St. Martin's Press

  4. Gremlins 2: Shinshu Tanjou is an isometric action game Released: JP: December 14, 1990 NA: October 1990 Nantettatte!! Baseball is a baseball game not released outside of Japan Released: October 26, 1990 Shanghai II is a puzzle variant of mahjong, not released outside of Japan Released: August 24, 1990
  5. Fushigi na Blobby: Blobania no Kiki is the Japanese release of David Crane's A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia, a puzzle platformer for the NES Released: (NA) January 1990 (JP) November 29, 1990 Metal Flame: Psybuster is the Japanese release of MetalMech: Man & Machine, a platformer/shooter for the NES Released: (NA) 1990 (JP) December 14, 1990
  6. Burning Force, Final Blaster (Japan)

    Burning Force is a pseudo-3D scrolling shooter similar to Space Harrier released by Namco for the Mega Drive/Genesis Released: (JP) October 19, 1990 (NA) 1990 Final Blaster is a vertically-scrolling shooter from Namco for the PC Engine not released outside of Japan Released: September 28, 1990
  7. Final Blaster, Burning Force (Japan)

    Final Blaster is a vertically-scrolling shooter from Namco for the PC Engine not released outside of Japan Released: September 28, 1990 Burning Force is a pseudo-3D scrolling shooter similar to Space Harrier released by Namco for the Mega Drive/Genesis Released: (JP) October 19, 1990 (NA) 1990
  8. Historical military strategy game from KOEI, released as Nobunaga's Ambition II in the US. Released: (JP) February 3, 1990 (NA) April 1991
  9. Turn-based military strategy game released as Bandit Kings of Ancient China in the US Released:(JP) June 25, 1990 (NA) December 1990
  10. Ishin No Arashi (Japan)

    Historical strategy sim from KOEI, not released outside of Japan Released: September 15, 1990
  11. J.B. Harold no Jikenbo #1: Murder Club (Japan)

    Murder mystery adventure game Released: (JP) November 23, 1990
  12. Tetris (Famicom) Released: (JP) December 22, 1988 Hatris (Famicom) Released: (JP) July 6, 1990 Pipe Dream (Game Boy) Released: July 3, 1990
  13. Uchūkeibitai SDF (Japan)

    Uchūkeibitai SDF is a vertically scrolling space shooter from Hal Laboratory, not released outside of Japan Released: September 7, 1990
  14. Radar Mission, F-1 Race (Japan)

    Radar Mission is mostly a Battleship board game clone from Nintendo with one mode like the board game and a second mode like a side-scrolling shooter Released: (JP) October 23, 1990 (NA) 1990 F-1 Race is an arcade style racing game from Nintendo Released: (JP) November 9, 1990 (NA) February, 1991
  15. Times Of Lore (Japan)

    Times of Lore is a top-down action game with light role-playing elements from Origin Systems for the Famicom/NES Released: (JP) December 7, 1990 (NA) May, 1991 Also advertised: Fushigi no Umi no Nadia, an RPG for the Famicom based on the Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water anime, not released outside of Japan Gojira-kun, a puzzle solving platform game for the Game Boy released as Godzilla in the US
  16. Xenophobe, RoadBlasters (Japan)

    Xenophobe is a side-scrolling shooter with platform elements RoadBlasters is a futuristic racing action game
  17. Twin, Sword Master (Japan)

    Twin is an RPG for the Game Boy not released outside of Japan Released:January 31, 1992 (all online sources cite this date. It isn't clear why it would have been released so long after this ad appeared in 1990). Sword Master is a side-scrolling action game for the Famicom/NES Released: (JP) December 21, 1990 (NA) January 1992
  18. Bombuzal (Japan)

    Top-down isometric puzzle game later released in the US as "Ka-Blooey" Released: (JP) December 1, 1990 (NA) August 1992
  19. Gun-Nac (Japan)

    Top-down shooter Released: (JP) October 5, 1990 (NA) 1990
  20. Shufflepuck Cafe is an air hockey game. The NES version was not released outside of Japan. Released: October 21, 1990 The Bard's Tale is a 1st-person turn-based RPG Released: (NA) November 1990 (JP) December 21, 1990 Tamura Mitsuaki no Mahjong Seminar is a mahjong game not released outside of Japan Released: September 21, 1990
  21. RPG not released outside of Japan Released: October 27, 1990
  22. Turn based historical strategy/tactics game from KOEI Released: (JP) November 2, 1990 (NA) September 1991
  23. Fire Shark (Same! Same! Same!) (Japan)

    Same! Same! Same! (Shark! Shark! Shark!), a top-down vertical shooter for the Mega Drive, was released as Fire Shark for the Genesis in the US. Released: (JP) November 2, 1990 (NA) 1990
  24. RPG not released outside of Japan Released: October 19, 1990