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Take control of a dolphin and solve the mystery of a powerful storm in this unconventional and notoriously-difficult 2D side-scroller published by Sega.
A platformer with RPG elements for the SNES, developed by Almanic and published by Enix. The player controls an ever-evolving lifeform struggling to survive.
46 Okunen Monogatari: The Shinka Ron (46億年物語 -THE 進化論- "4.6 Billion Year Story: The Evolution") is a role-playing game released for the PC-98 which later inspired the design and story of E.V.O.: Search for Eden.
The most well known game out of the Alex Kidd series, Miracle World follows the adventures of the plucky little lad Alex as he fights his way through 16 stages to find his long lost brother. Sega's answer to Super Mario Bros, Miracle World is a more ambitious platformer, with more varied levels, quirky Roshambo battles, and a longer adventure.
In Sea Wolf players control an off screen submarine with the objective of sinking as many ships as possible within the time limit. Players can not be killed the only objective is to get the highest score possible.
A racing game designed by Tomohiro Nishikado and released by Taito in 1974, also known as Racer or Wheels. It was one of the first driving video games, and was groundbreaking for innovations such as vertical scrolling, sprites with collision detection, and driving wheel controls.
A sports game released by Taito in 1974. A landmark title, it was notable for being the first video game to use sprites, and the first to represent human characters. It was licensed to Midway as TV Basketball in the United States.
Pong, released in 1972, was the first commercially successful video game. Based on table tennis, players attempts to hit a ball past each other's paddles.
A first-person arcade racing game released by Kasco in 1969. It was an electro-mechanical game using a form of video projection to display a racing track on a screen. It was a precursor to first-person racing video games.
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