American Gladiators was a popular television game show that ran from 1989 to 1996 and featured contestants competing in various physical challenges against the show’s “Gladiators” – a group of elite athletes. The show was well-known for its flashy and over-the-top presentation, and its mix of competitive athleticism and entertainment.
Amagon is a platforming action game developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Released in 1988, the game puts players in the role of Amagon, a brave soldier who must fight his way through a series of increasingly difficult levels in order to save his stranded comrades.
Alpha Mission is a classic shoot-em-up game developed and published by SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Released in 1985, the game features fast-paced action and challenging gameplay that has made it a favorite among fans of the genre.
All-Pro Basketball was a video game released in 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It featured eight different teams, which seem to have been loosely based on actual NBA teams. This included the New York Slicks, Chicago Zephyrs, Boston Redcoats, Los Angeles Breakers, Dallas Stallions, Phoenix Wings, Seattle Sonics, and San Francisco Bayriders.
The Alien 3 video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System was loosely based on the film released in 1992. Ripley and other crew members crash land on the planet Fiornia 161, which serves as a maximum security prison. Ripley has also brought the aliens to the planet. She must rescue the captives and destroy the aliens.
Alfred Chicken for the Nintendo Entertainment System stars the eponymous chicken in a five stage platform game. The evil Meka-Chickens have eggnapped both Billy and Floella to use in their evil cloning experiments. It is up to Alfred Chicken to save his friends and stop the Meka-Chickens.
Al Unser Jr’s Turbo Racing was a car racing game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Before each of the 16 different courses, two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. provides inside tips on how to handle the course.
Airwolf was a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System based on a television series originally aired from 1984 to 1987. The series centers around an advanced prototype supersonic helicopter and a pilot named Stringfellow Hawke. In the game Hawke must fly the Airwolf to a series of POW camps to rescue the prisoners being held captive.
In the game Air Fortress, the people of Planet Farmel have developed a Lightship which can travel to other galaxies. While the Space Frontier Exploration Fleets are scouting the Yubbert Galaxy, they discover a group of eight space fortresses which survive by destroying and feeding on civilizations. These fortresses are on the way to Farmel and it is up to the hero Hal Bailman to save the planet from destruction.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is a platform video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System based on the famous 1876 book by Mark Twain. Tom is daydreaming while in a one room school house on the banks of the Mississippi River and the entire game apparently takes place within one of his dreams. He must travel through six stages to save Becky from his enemy Injun Joe.