Resources for GameGuerilla [1 - 15 of 39]
  • Emmitt Smith Football 1.0

    Emmitt Smith Football is a football game for the Super NES. Its namesake is former Cowboys all-pro running back Emmitt Smith. Like Troy Aikman NFL Football, the player can make his own plays. Most of the text in this game uses the Joystix (old school video game) typeface. This game was mentioned in an old issue of Nintendo Power and is rated K-A (Kids to Adults) by the ESRB. There is exhibition mode, season mode, playoff mode, and practice mode. Smith added his voice on the game and gives positi ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.42MB | 2008-06-04 02:53:07
  • Demon's Crest 1.0

    Demon's Crest is a side-scrolling platform game developed and published by Capcom in 1994 for the Super NES video game console. The game is part of the Gargoyle's Quest sub-series of the Ghosts 'n Goblins franchise. The Red Arremer demon Firebrand is on a quest to collect all of the elemental Crests, magical stones which preside over their respective elements (Fire, Earth, Water, Air, Time, and Heaven). It is said that when all crests are combined, the Crest of Infinity will appear, allowing it ...

    GameGuerilla | | 2.17MB | 2008-06-04 01:57:19
  • Dennis the Menace 1.0

    Dennis The Menace is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game based on the 1993 movie. A game was also released for the Game Boy The object is to defeat a burglar who managed to find Dennis' town via the local railroad connection. Stages include Mr. Wilson's house, the great outdoors, a boiler room, and eventually the big boss battle with the burglar himself. Before the actual playing takes place, Dennis has just discovered that he left Mr. Wilson's door unlocked, and a thief has stolen Mr. W ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.49MB | 2008-06-04 00:17:41
  • Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions 1.0

    Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game that involves Duck Dodgers in the 24th and a Century, as told in the classic Looney Tunes stories. The player starts out at a resort on Mars, and then the stages grow more surreal from there. Shrinking rays and crushing platforms are commonly seen as the player tries to kill Martians that are standing in his way. In the end, Marvin the Martian must be destroyed in the final stage of the game.

    GameGuerilla | | 1.38MB | 2008-05-31 19:27:31
  • Brett Hull Hockey 1.0

    Brett Hull Hockey is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Mega Drive ice hockey game that features standard graphics for its time. The announcer is Former ABC Sports and current NBC Sports announcer Al Michaels who announces Brett Hull by name, but other players by their jersey number. There is exhibition mode, regular season mode, and playoff mode. There are also option to turn on/off music, sound effects, and the pre-game coaching mode can turn a losing team into a winning team and ...

    GameGuerilla | | 2.04MB | 2008-05-31 19:12:48
  • Breath of Fire II 1.0

    Breath of Fire II, originally Breath of Fire II: The Fated Child , is the second role-playing game in the Breath of Fire series. It was developed by Capcom for the Super Famicom and released in Japan in 1994. Capcom subsequently released the game in North America in 1995, and licensed it to Laguna for European release in 1996. Breath of Fire II was later ported to Game Boy Advance and re-released worldwide. The game has been rated by the ESRB for release on Wii's Virtual Console; Nintendo of Eu ...

    GameGuerilla | | 2.49MB | 2008-05-31 18:37:07
  • Eek! The Cat 1.0

    Platform game based on the cartoon series Eek the Cat. Eek must help his friends through 6 huge levels of hazards. This platformer has a novel approach that the player (Eek) can take as much damage as possible, but must keep his protectee safe from harm using various skills. Situations reflect the cartoon. For example, his master the granny is out sleepwalking in the zoo and he must prevent the animals waking her up. In the second level, his girlfriend has been abducted by aliens and he must hel ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.62MB | 2008-05-30 17:53:18
  • Darius Twin 1.0

    Darius Twin is a horizontal scrolling shooter for the Super Nintendo, released in 1991 and is part of the Darius series. Though similar to the original Darius series, Darius Twin featured slightly different gameplay features, most notably in the player's power-ups. Players collected weapon and shield power-ups from square shaped enemies that approached the player from the front and behind, but once players died after collecting a certain amount of power-ups, the power-ups the player collected st ...

    GameGuerilla | | 0KB | 2008-05-30 17:29:17
  • Breath of Fire 1.0

    Breath of Fire, also known as Breath of Fire: The Dragon Warrior in Japan is the first entry in the Breath of Fire series of console role-playing games. Developed by Capcom in 1993 for the Super Famicom, it was licensed a year later by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) for release in North America. In 2001, Capcom independently re-released the game for the Game Boy Advance worldwide. It is notable for being the first role-playing game ever published by Capcom. Breath of Fire takes place in the year ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.85MB | 2008-05-30 17:29:08
  • Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf 1.0

    Released originally in 1992 for the Amiga, Mega Drive/Genesis, Master System and Super NES, and later (1994) for DOS Personal Computers. It was also released for most portable platforms; the Atari Lynx was the first, in 1993, followed by the Game Gear (1994), Game Boy (1995) and finally Game Boy Advance in 2002, developed by Budcat Creations.[1] In November 2006, Electronic Arts also ported Desert Strike to the PlayStation Portable as part of EA Replay. The story follows the player, an AH-64 Ap ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.46MB | 2008-05-30 17:27:27
  • Ultraman: Towards the Future 1.0

    Ultraman: Towards the Future is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game that is based on the shonen anime, Ultraman. The object is to weaken an opponent, and once the opponent is weakened, use Burning Plasma against him to wipe him off the face of the Earth. There are 10 stages and the action is limited to boss battles. Ultraman has limited continues, so the player must be able to win fights in order to beat the game.

    GameGuerilla | | 1.14MB | 2008-05-29 21:17:54
  • David Crane's Amazing Tennis 1.0

    Have you ever wanted to master the game of tennis, nail the perfect serve, or brag about your amazing backhand? Well you can enter a world where all of this is possible just by playing David Crane?s Amazing Tennis. In this power packed tennis game, you can learn the ins and outs of tennis from the comfort of your own living room without ever setting foot on a court. The game allows you to compete against fifteen different opponents that are computer controlled which will help you to improve with ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.31MB | 2008-05-29 01:33:34
  • Drakkhen 1.0

    Drakkhen was originally a computer role-playing game developed by Draconian (Data East) for the PC. Created by French developers, it was later re-tooled in order to be released in the United States by MicroProse in 1990. Drakkhen was then ported to the Super Nintendo system by the Japanese company Kemco-Seika, who made further revisions to the game. Released in 1991, the Super Nintendo version's graphics, sound, and ease of play are arguably improved over previous releases. Drakkhen was notabl ...

    GameGuerilla | | 1.42MB | 2008-05-26 17:58:41
  • Elite Soccer 1.0

    Elite Soccer is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy soccer game that has an elite list of international and club teams. There is an exhibition mode, a league mode, and a tournament mode.

    GameGuerilla | | 1.21MB | 2008-05-26 17:45:57
  • Art of Fighting 1.0

    Art of Fighting is a trilogy of competitive fighting game titles that were released for the Neo Geo platform in the early 1990s. It was the second fighting game franchise created by SNK, following the Fatal Fury series and is set in the same fictional universe. The original Art of Fighting was released in 1992, followed by two sequels: Art of Fighting 2 in 1994 and Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior in 1996. While no sequel has been produced since the third game, the characters have s ...

    GameGuerilla | | 2.03MB | 2008-05-24 19:02:01