WWF King of the Ring is a professional wrestling video game based on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), released in 1993 for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy. It was the final WWF game released for the NES, and third WWF game released for the Game Boy. In this game, players can vie for the title of King of the Ring by competing in an eight-man single elimination tournament. Additionally, players can battle the entire roster through a string of singles matches to become WWF Champion. Also available are exhibition matches in singles and tag team modes for one or two players.
\"Unleash your inner daredevil with Motocross Maniacs, the ultimate adrenaline-fueled racing experience. Conquer treacherous trails, defy gravity, and outmaneuver opponents as you push the limits of speed and skill. Strap on your helmet and get ready to become a true motocross legend!\"
Embark on a nostalgic adventure with Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, a legendary game that will transport you to a pixelated wonderland. Join Mario as he races against time to collect the mystical golden coins and save the Mushroom Kingdom from the clutches of the wicked Wario. Prepare for mind-bending challenges, charming retro graphics, and an epic quest that will leave you craving for more. Dive into this timeless classic and rediscover the magic of a beloved gaming icon!
Get ready for an action-packed adventure as Bart Simpson takes on the mighty Juggernauts! Join Bart and his gang in an epic battle of wits and strategy, filled with hilarious pranks and unexpected twists. Can Bart outsmart these formidable opponents or will he be crushed under their massive strength? Find out in this thrilling game that combines the wild imagination of The Simpsons with heart-pumping challenges. It\'s time to unleash your inner mischief and show the Juggernauts who\'s boss!
F-1 Spirit: The Way to Formula-1 is a top down Formula One Racing game, developed and published by Konami, which was released for the MSX in Japan and Europe in 1987. The game engine is very similar to Konami's Road Fighter. It also features Konami's custom sound chip called Konami SCC (a five-channel chip that complements the three-channel PSG chip of the MSX computer system, or in other words, a sound custom chip that brings five voices more to the three voices of the PSG sound chip on the system), and great MSX1 graphics to go with it. It was one of the first ROM on MSX with this sound feature.