The skateboarding game 720° was developed by Atari and released as an arcade game before finding its way to various systems including the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game’s name refers to a skateboarding trick where the skateboarder makes two full revolutions (720 degrees) in the air after jumping off of a ramp. The game features a young smiling skateboarder with 100 bucks who must work his way through four classes of skateboarding difficulty.
Fully titled The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner, the game finds the player in Solar System #517, which is being terrorized by a gang of Alien Serpentbeasts. The perspective of the game scrolls forward, leading towards a three dimensional horizon. By pressing the select button, the game can also be switched to 3-D mode viewable with included 3-D glasses.
Are you ready for the ultimate air/sea battle? The game 1943 is the sequel to the extremely successful 1942 vertically scrolling shooter game released in the previous year. The setting for the game is off the coast of the Midway Islands. A Japanese fleet has bombed an American aircraft carrier and it is your mission to pursue and attack Japanese air and sea forces. There are 16 levels of action, each with a boss battle.
In the game 1942, you control a Lockheed P-38 Lightning plane known as “Super Ace.” The game is set during World War II in the Pacific Theater, and you must battle your way through enemy Japanese planes to reach Tokyo. This early vertical scrolling shooter game featured 32 stages of action over land, sea, and air. During game play you can flow over the POW to gain additional power. You can also execute a “Loop the Loop” to avoid heavy enemy fire.
10-Yard Fight was one of the original launch titles for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game presents a top-down view of football with vertical scrolling as the game is played. On offense, the player can run with the quarterback, pitch to the running back, or attempt a pass to a wide receiver. Additionally, the ball can be punted or kicked for a field goal attempt. On defense, the player chooses one football player to control, while the rest are controlled by the computer.
BurgerTime is the classic hamburger building video game where the burgers are prepared by having the chef Peter Pepper thoroughly step on all of the ingredients. In preparing the burgers, the chef must also avoid Food Foes known as Mr. Hot Dog, Mr. Pickel, and Mr. Egg. Our hero chef can temporarily stun the enemies by spraying them with pepper or defeat them by crushing them with burger ingredients.