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NES was recently named the best console of all time.
Are you good enough memorizing your popular NES game in
The traffic and rating on this game beyond my expectation, so I will make another quiz game for SNES, wait for it!!!
update: Fix Flip icon error in marathon mode
The idea is nice but the name recognition and small pictures could be better
I am willing to give this a mid range rating simply because I like the concept of this game and it works. However, it has some major flaws that don't allow me to rate it any higher than 3 stars. The naming system is ridged, and the graphical examples are unnecessarily small, making an already low bit imagine even harder to make out.
Also this is a test of the NES. Therefore, Japanese titles don't belong here, even if they deserve an honorable mention. Most Japanese titles were paired with Famicon equipment and the odds that the "Nes" crowd would know these from their childhood is slim at best.
I'm not stating this to whine about the game being too hard or anything either. I'm abnormally knowledge about this subject. I got the Nes for my 8th birthday, and until it was stolen, over the years my collection grew to a large size. My second game I ever got for it was "Stanley - Search for Dr. Livingston" which I still love, but ended up with lots of them.
Recently, I was feeling nostalgic and pulled up a list of the Nes games that had been made. Going through the list by memory, I started marking off what I had owned. To my surprise, it turns out I've owned a little over 1/3rd of that list, most of which I played regularly.
Needless to say, this game should be a breeze for me, but because of the issues I list above, the game is not as fun as it should be and that's disappointing.
I agree with Wierdo94, this is ruined by the name recognition.Also, blanchon, Super Mario Bros. IS on the NES, you're referring to Super Mario World on the SNES. Mario Bros. is the arcade game is the sewers.
SUPER mario bros = SUPER NES and the picture shows a NES mario, wich is MARIO BROS (or mario brothers) ...
It's ghouls'n ghosts or ghost'n goblins but none of these are correct for some reason ... I found out that i had to remove the (') ...
Overall a pretty good quiz but well ... Still some mistakes ...!
Wasn't much of a fan of the game being so anal about name recognition. Also throwing in a few really obscure Japanese games didn't help much considering this was supposed to test our childhood memory of the system and its games. I mean, who the hell is gonna know about a penguin racing game called "Antarctic Adventure" that never even made it out of Japan?
Also, to save a LOT of people some time...
Level 1: Gradius, Batman, Super Mario Bros, Contra, Excitebike, Metroid, Castlevania, The Legend of Zelda, Megaman, Punch-Out
Level 2: Bionic Commando, Ducktales, Final Fantasy, RC Pro Am, Cobra Triangle, Urban Champion, River City Ransom, Ninja Gaiden, Double Dragon, Kid Icarus
Level 3: Blaster Master, Bubble Bobble, Werewolf: The Last Warrior, Blades of Steel, Metal Gear, Kirby's Adventure, Pro Wrestling, Clu Clu Land, Adventure Island, Mappy
Level 4: City Connection, Pac Man, Rad Racer, Mach Rider, Kung Fu, Micro Machines, Bad Dudes, Baseball, Faxanadu, Jackal
Level 5: Cabal, Arkanoid, Tennis, Gumshoe, Robocop, Galaga, Battletoads, Tetris, Klax, Crystalis
Level 1: Ghosts N Goblins, Kickmaster, Rampage, Elevator Action, Spy vs Spy, Metal Storm, Duck Hunt, Bomberman, Dig Dug, Captain America and the Avengers
Level 2: Karateka, Lode Runner, Popeye, Dr Mario, Adventures of Lolo, Rygar, Maniac Mansion, Rush N Attack, Pinball, Twinbee
Level 3: The Goonies, B-Wings, Chip N Dale: Rescue Rangers, Ikari Warriors, Road Fighter, Ice Climber, Antarctic Adventure, Binary Land, Journey to Silius, SCAT
Level 4: Little Samson, Astyanax, Paperboy, Shadowgate, Mighty Final Fight, Sky Destroyer, Snow Bros, The Legend of Kage, Battle City, Circus Charlie
Level 5: Mickey Mouse, Tiny Toon Adventures, Pooyan, 1942, Balloon Fight, Donkey Kong, Hogan's Alley, Gyruss, Life Force, Shadow of the Ninja
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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