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Nintendo

Nintendo was formed in 1889 as a playing card manufacturer but it was in 1990 when the Game & Watch was released that their love affair with video gaming began. In 1983 the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was released and went to dominate the 8-bit console market. The same can be said for the Gameboy released in 1989, sweeping aside the Sega Game Gear and Atari Lynx. This was followed by the release of the Super Nintendo (SNES) console which again dominated the 16-bit console market, selling over twice as many as its nearest rival the Sega Megadrive. Products by Nintendo including hardware, games and accessories. NES, SNES, GameCube, Wii, Gameboy, Gameboy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi and 3DS products.

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  1. Super Mario Bros. / Tetris / Nintendo World Cup

    Super Mario Bros. / Tetris / Nintendo World Cup ( NES )

    £10.00

    This cartridge contains three games: Nintendo World Cup Super Mario Bros. Tetris Learn More
  2. Ski or Die  ( NES )

    Ski or Die ( NES )

    £6.00

    Ski or Die is a winter-themed extreme sports game in which the player can competes in 5 different events: Downhill Blitz: Downhill skiing event in which the player can make large jumps over chasms and perform stunts in the moguls section Innertube Trash: Two players descend a mountain in innertubes. Score points by picking up items, perforating your opponents tire with a knife or fork and finishing first. Acro Aerials: Ski down a ramp and score points by performing acrobatic jumps. Snowball Blast: First person snowball fight. Score points by taking out little that attack your snow fortress. Snowboard Half-Pipe: Put on your snowboard and score as much points as possible in a limited amount of time by performing tricks inside a half-pipe. Practice a single event or try the tournament. The tournament mode has hot-seat multiplayer support. Learn More
  3. Pin-Bot  ( NES )

    Pin-Bot ( NES )

    £5.00

    Pin-Bot is a conversion of the arcade pinball game by Williams Electronics. The game is played with a split screen; the bottom half of the screen remains on your flippers, while the top half scrolls to follow the ball(s) on the table. In addition to recreating the pinball game's table, lights, and sounds several video game elements have been added, such as monsters that like to eat pinballs. Up to four players can compete against Pin-Bot! Learn More
  4. Gauntlet II  ( NES )

    Gauntlet II ( NES )

    £7.20

    Based on the arcade game, Gauntlet II is very similar to the original. Up to four players (a wizard, a warrior, an elf, and a valkyrie) make their way through various mazes, collect treasures and magic potions, and fend off assorted creatures and ghosts. Learn More
  5. Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers  ( NES )

    Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers ( NES )

    £7.00

    The rescue rangers are tiny heroes. Consisting of two chipmunks, two mice and a fly... these heroes may be small but there's no case too big for them to take on. This game starts out simply enough, with a mission to rescue a small kitten, but soon escalates into a wider plot that pits the rescue rangers against their arch-nemesis, the feline kingpin, Fat Cat. Learn More
  6. California Games  ( NES )

    California Games ( NES )

    £6.00

    California Games was the original "Extreme Games" – what today's generation might call "X-Games in the sun". Players can select sponsors (absent in some versions) and compete in events such as skateboarding, footbag, surfing, roller skating, flying disc (frisbee) and BMX. The surfing event is ranked by judges, which give a score to help the players improve their routine. The Atari versions (2600 and Lynx) of the game omit the flying disc and roller skating events, while the Genesis version omits only the flying disc event. Learn More
  7. Batman: The Video Game  ( NES )

    Batman: The Video Game ( NES )

    £6.50

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    The NES version of Batman: The Video Game is loosely based on the 1989 movie. It is a side-scrolling game, with a blue dressed Batman fighting enemies such as robots, jet-packed soldiers, ninjas and mutants. The game consists in five levels somewhat related to the movie: Gotham City streets (with Killer Moth as the final boss), AXIS Chemical Factory (with Machine Intelligence System as boss), Underground Conduit (with Electrocutioner as boss), the Laboratory Ruins (the Dual-Container Alarm as boss) and Gotham's Cathedral (with Firebug as boss) where Batman finally faces the Joker. Before each level, a cutscene with scenes from the movie is displayed. Besides his ever trusting punches, Batman has plenty of weapons in his utility belt: the Batarang, the Spear Gun and the Dirk (a three direction weapon). Batman has an ammunition counter shared for the three weapons. The Batarang takes one pellet per shot, the Spear Gun two pellets and the Dirk, three. Batman also has an eight hit life bar, which can be replenished by collecting hearts dropped by killed enemies. The enemies will also drop pellet items (10 pellets per item) and bonus items (which will only sum up points). Batman can also perform a "wall jump": he'll grab a wall when jumping toward it, allowing him to escalate some narrow passages. Batman has three lives and unlimited continues. Learn More
  8. Disney's TaleSpin    ( NES )

    Disney's TaleSpin ( NES )

    £6.00

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    Based on the Disney cartoon Talespin. Baloo's airline cargo company, Higher for Hire, makes deliveries all around the world. The air pirates, lead by the daring Don Karnage have increased their attacks against air travel. In order to foil the plans of the pirates, Baloo trades in his normal plane for a "Mini Sea Duck", designed to fly more maneuverably.To get his cargo delivered on time, Baloo must fly over many dangerous areas, and also pick up any cargo stolen or scattered by the air pirates. Eventually, the fortress of the air pirates themselves must be destroyed for air travel to remain safe and profitable. Talespin is a side-scrolling shooter, moving left to right across the screen. The Mini-Seaduck can fire projectiles and switch direction, flying right-to-left while upside-down. The money you make from recovery of these cargo items can be used to purchase upgrades at the end of each level from Wildcat, the mechanic. Many strange boss creatures and devices will guard the final areas of most levels. Learn More
  9. The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World  ( NES )

    The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World ( NES )

    £6.00

    This game is actually a compilation of smaller games belonging to different genres. Krusty the clown appears in the beginning of the game and presents a menu with five games to play (one of which is not available from the start): A jump-and-run game, where Bart must find an exit on a ship, while enemies fire at him and try to prevent him from reaching the exit; a card game, where you have five tries to find hidden cards on a board; a simple jigsaw puzzle; a series of trivia questions concerning the Simpsons; and finally, a platform-skateboard game (available only after you have completed the ship level). Needless to say all games are connected to the famous TV series "The Simpsons". Learn More
  10. Duck Tales  ( NES )

    Duck Tales ( NES )

    £6.00

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    Duck Tales for NES is a traditional platform game in which the player takes the role of greedy Scrooge McDuck in search of treasures around the globe. He counts on his three nephews and on other Duck Tales characters to help him in his quest through inospit places such as the Amazononic forest, the African Mines, the Himalayas, Transylvania (where he meets Dracula Duck) and even the Moon. Each one of them reserves the old duck lots of adventure, different enemies and hidden rooms. The game features a 2D side-scrolling platform gameplay very similar to Mega Man. Graphics are colorful and cartoonish, music remembers players of the TV series and controls are very simple. Learn More

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