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  1. Systems Covered Super Nintendo NES Gameboy Features: Super Mario World Star Wars Smash TV Kick Master Wurm SNES Showcase: Castlevania IV SimCity Final Fight Comic: Nester's Adventures Tips From the Pros: Classified Information Counselor's Corner Tips From the Pros: Now Playing Pak Watch Gameboy: Final Fantasy Adventure Tecmo Bowl Marble Madness Game Boy Classified Now Playing Classified Information: Kabuki Thunderbirds Bandit Kings of Ancient China Jacki Chan's Action Kung Fu Adventures of Lolo III Kickle Cubical Castlevania III Dracula's Curse Mega Man III Hudson's Adventure Island II Now Playing: Eliminator Boat Duel Bo Jackson Baseball Counselor's Corner: StarTropics Legacy of the Wizard Ninja Gaiden III Final Fantasy Robinhood: Prince of Thieves Players Forum: Player's Pulse NES Archivers Player's Poll Contest Top 30 The Info Zone: Celebrity Profile Bulletin Board Next Issue
  2. pages 3-4 of 4 page double-sided fold-out ad for Konami SNES titles: Gradius III, Super Castlevania IV , and The Legend of the Mystical Ninja
  3. Fushigi no Umi no Nadia is an adventure game based on the anime known in English as The Secret of Blue Water. It was developed and published by Namco for the Mega Drive on March 19, 1991 exclusively in Japan. Obocchama-kun is a side-scrolling action game developed by Arc Co. and Pack-In-Video and published by Namco for the PC Engine on March 15, 1991 exclusively in Japan.
  4. kitsunebi

    Tristan Pinball

    Tristan Solid-State Pinball is a pinball simulator which features a single medieval-themed board developed by Littlewing and published by Amtex for the PC in 1991.
  5. Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen is a turn-based strategy game developed by Winky Soft and published by Banpresto for the Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991 Battle Commander: Hachibushuu, Shura No Heihou is a strategy game developed by Arc System Works and published by Banpresto. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991 Battle Dodge Ball is a dodgeball game featuring characters from the Gundam, Ultraman, and Kamen Rider franchises. It was developed by Sun L and published by Banpresto for the Super Famicom exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) July 20, 1991
  6. Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen is a turn-based strategy game developed by Winky Soft and published by Banpresto for the Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991 Battle Commander: Hachibushuu, Shura No Heihou is a strategy game developed by Arc System Works and published by Banpresto. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991 Battle Dodge Ball is a dodgeball game featuring characters from the Gundam, Ultraman, and Kamen Rider franchises. It was developed by Sun L and published by Banpresto for the Super Famicom exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) July 20, 1991
  7. kitsunebi

    Battle Dodge Ball (Japan)

    Battle Dodge Ball is a dodgeball game featuring characters from the Gundam, Ultraman, and Kamen Rider franchises. It was developed by Sun L and published by Banpresto for the Super Famicom exclusively in Japan. Released: July 20, 1991
  8. Tetris 2 + BomBliss is a puzzle game developed by Chunsoft and published by Bullet-Proof Software for the Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. (Please note that this is not the same game as Tetris 2.) Released: (JP) December 13, 1991
  9. kitsunebi

    Heavy Nova (Japan)

    Heavy Nova combines elements of fighting games with platform games and mission elements. It was developed by Holocronet and published by Micronet for the Mega CD exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) December 12, 1991
  10. kitsunebi

    SimEarth (Japan) (2)

    SimEarth is a life simulation game designed by Will Wright, in which the player controls the development of a planet. It was developed by Maxis Software and published on the Super Famicom by Imagineer. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991 (NA) 1992
  11. Metroid II is a platform game developed by Nintendo and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. Released: NA: November 1991 JP: January 21, 1992 EU: May 21, 1992
  12. R-Type Complete CD is a side-scrolling shooter developed and published by Irem for the PC Engine CD-ROM exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) December 20, 1991 Daiku No Gen-san is a side-scolling platform game developed and published by Irem for the Famicom. It was released in the UK as Hammerin' Harry. Released: (JP) November 15, 1991 (UK) 1992
  13. Daiku No Gen-san is a side-scolling platform game developed and published by Irem for the Famicom. It was released in the UK as Hammerin' Harry. Released: (JP) November 15, 1991 (UK) 1992 R-Type Complete CD is a side-scrolling shooter developed and published by Irem for the PC Engine CD-ROM exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) December 20, 1991
  14. Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce is a top-down action game with puzzle-solving elements developed and published by Nintendo. It was released in the US as The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Released: (JP) November 21, 1991 (US) April 1992
  15. Tetris 2 + BomBliss is a puzzle game developed by Chunsoft and published by Bullet-Proof Software for the Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. (Please note that this is not the same game as Tetris 2.) Released: (JP) December 13, 1991
  16. kitsunebi

    Rampart (Japan)

    Rampart combines the shoot-em-up and puzzle genres and was developed by Atari and published in Japan by Konami. Released: (JP) November 29, 1991 (NA) January 1992
  17. Rockman World 2 is a platform game developed by Japan System House and published by Capcom for the Game Boy. It was released in the US as Mega Man II. Released: (JP) December 20, 1991 (NA) February 1992 Rockman 4 is a platform game developed and published by Capcom for the Famicom/NES. It was released in the US as Mega Man 4. Released: (JP) December 6, 1991 (NA) January 1992
  18. kitsunebi

    Mega Man 4 (Rockman 4) (Japan)

    Rockman 4 is a platform game developed and published by Capcom for the Famicom/NES. It was released in the US as Mega Man 4. Released: (JP) December 6, 1991 (NA) January 1992 Rockman World 2 is a platform game developed by Japan System House and published by Capcom for the Game Boy. It was released in the US as Mega Man II. Released: (JP) December 20, 1991 (NA) February 1992
  19. kitsunebi

    Thunder Spirits (Japan)

    Thunder Spirits is a side-scrolling shooter developed by Technosoft and published in Japan by Toshiba EMI for the Super Famicom Released: (JP) December 27, 1991
  20. Battle Commander: Hachibushuu, Shura No Heihou is a strategy game developed by Arc System Works and published by Banpresto. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991
  21. Dai-2-Ji Super Robot Taisen is a turn-based strategy game developed by Winky Soft and published by Banpresto for the Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 29, 1991
  22. Golden Axe II is a side-scrolling beat-em-up developed and published by Sega for the Mega Drive. Released: (JP) December 27, 1991 Ninja Burai Densetsu is a turn-based strategy game similar to Fire Emblem or Langrisser set in Sengoku-period Japan. It was developed and published by Sega for the Mega Drive and was not released outside of Japan. Released: December 5, 1991 Taiheiki is a turn-based strategy game, based on the television drama of the same name, which in turn is based on a famous 14th-century historical epic which chronicles the fall of the Hōjō clan during the Kamakura period of Japanese history. It was developed by Tose and published by Sega for the Mega Drive. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 13, 1991
  23. America Ōdan Ultra Quiz is a game show/trivia game published by Tomy on both the Famicom and Game Boy systems. Monopoly for the Game Boy was developed by Sculptured Software and published by Tomy Released: (JP) December 20, 1991
  24. kitsunebi

    Dungeon Master (Japan) (2)

    Dungeon Master is a 1st person real time RPG developed by FTL games and published by Victor Musical Industries for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) December 20, 1991 (NA) June 1993
  25. kitsunebi

    Dungeon Master (Japan) (1)

    Dungeon Master is a 1st person real time RPG developed by FTL games and published by Victor Musical Industries for the Super Famicom. Released: (JP) December 20, 1991 (NA) June 1993
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