Starting with my collection with the Sega Master System, up to two players, mostly black, up to 4 megabytes of gaming fun controllers had start/select a/b and a d-pad (directional pad)
Afterburner: Sega Master System, seemingly 1 player or just remember one player, you fly an F-14 or a plane that is very similar to that one and you blow things up as you go along. , Review: can be fun as long as you don't mind no story
Hang On: Sega Master System, just remember 1 player , more or less you are on a motocycle, Review: probably one of the few racing games I would play willingly
Thunder Blade: Sega Master System, again can only remember one player , more or less you are in a helicopter blowing things up, Review: kind of like After burner but in a helicopter
Time to go onto NES (Nintendo Entertainment System)
cartiage based system up to two players, maybe eight if you had the giant running pad controllers were as simple as you got them, similar if not the same as the Sega Master System's controllers
Captain Skyhawk- NES, remember one player, more or less like an improved After burner, Review: can be fun though memories of frustation are also there...
Castelian- NES, two players I think, can't remember, review: can't remember game so can't review
Dragon Spirit The New Legend: NES, one or two players, you take on the form of a dragon and go through stages vague story lines I can remember Review: good fun...
Final Fantasy: NES, one player four characters, its an RPG and with the option of choosing and naming your characters its somewhat different from most of the other Final Fantasy games, Review: Can be fun
Guerrilla War: NES, one or two players, its a shoot'em up type game, you are one of two characters (if two player) and you basically kill allot of people to take down some sort of "evil" person at the end, Review: good ice breaker
Jackal: NES, one or two players, again shoot'em up, this time you are in a jeep and its harder then Guerrilla War, Review: one of my favorite games when the NES was hot, its still one of my favorites
Jaws: NES, one player, go head to head to the killer shark, review: it was fun though there were long moments
Lazer Invasion: NES, remember one player, shoot'em up, more or less you blow things up, review: memories of frustation flow like flooding toliet.
Life Force: NES, one or two player, shoot'em up from side point of view, you go around blowing things up more or less, Review: can be fun... bring a friend.
M.C.Kids: NES, one or two players, Mcdonald's had a game... this was it, you are one of the mc kiddies who is in Ronald's tripping world..., Review: Frustation and confusion ahoy
Megaman 3: NES, one player, Megaman must stop more evil robot masters, Review: it can be fun
Megaman 4: NES, one player, Megaman must stop another group of evil robot masters, Review: again it can be fun, more features were included I think
The Little Mermaid: NES, One player, you are the little mermaid, Review: twas ok
Ninja Gaiden: NES, One player, ninja action..., review: didn't really get into this game
Robocop 2: NES, one player, Robocop..., review: like ninja gaiden, didn't really get into it
Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt: NES/NES, One Player/One or Two player, First super mario game/you shot things, Reviews: Ok/Fun, kill the dog?
Super Mario Bros 2: NES, remember one player, the return of mario along with a few new friends, Review: twas ok, not really me
Super Mario Bros 3: NES, One or two players, another super mario game, more things were included, review: probably the best one in my opinion
Super Team Games: NES, One to Eight players, sport type game, you basically compete in sport games for a chance of victory, Review: good for retro gaming parties/ice breaker if people don't mind running
Talespin: NES, one player, based off show, based off show, Review: doesn't remember playing it
To The Earth: NES, One player (might be two), shooter, you go on this flight through space and blow things up, review: didn't do well on it
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: NES, One player, based off show, you do things slowly working towards finishing it, review: seemingly long
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: The Manhattan Project (I have two cartiages of this one): NES, one or two players, based off the series kinda, you play as one of the four turtles Leo, Raph, Don or Mike, Review: it can be fun, invite friends
Yoshi: NES, one or two players, think like tetris but with a yoshi theme... and you got it, review: not much time spent on this game.
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