The third installment in the Zelda series makes a return to the top-down 2D gameplay found in the first game. This time around, Link needs to travel between the light and dark world in order to set things straight in the kingdom of Hyrule.
LeChuck's Revenge continues the adventures of Guybrush Threepwood, mighty pirate, in his quest to find the grand treasure of Big Whoop, which inadvertently leads to the resurrection of his former nemesis, the zombie pirate LeChuck.
Lemmings (1991) (3.48 average Grouvee user rating)
Battletoads is a genre-defying tale of two toads' quest to rescue their kidnapped friends from the clenches of the Dark Queen. Where Frogger brought frogs to the forefront of videogaming, Battletoads taught children that toads weren't frogs and were here to kick some ass.
Nintendo's flagship futuristic racing game (for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System), featuring the raw new power of "Mode 7" technology, which gives players the illusion of dangerous high-speed racing at over 200 mph!
The one-on-one arcade fighting game that kicked off the "fighting game revolution" of the 1990s. Play as one of eight martial artists and travel the world to knock your opponents out of the tournament!
Out of This World (known as Another World in Europe and Outer World in Japan) is an action-adventure game designed and developed by Eric Chahi which thrusts the player into the role of a young physicist trapped on an alien planet.
Mega Man 4 (1991) (3.70 average Grouvee user rating)
When Dr. Light receives a threat from another rogue scientist, it's up to Mega Man (now with the ability to charge his shots into powerful blasts) to put a stop to Dr. Cossack's plans in the fourth installment of the Mega Man series.
Road Rash is a motorcycle racing game with the unique feature of being able to attack rivals while you race at high speed. Do whatever it takes to win. Even if that means clubbing or booting your opponents into the tarmac with a baseball bat!
ActRaiser (1991) (3.96 average Grouvee user rating)
Metroid II: Return of Samus is the portable sequel to the Nintendo Entertainment System classic, Metroid. Regarded by many as one of the best action games on the Game Boy, it was a solid follow up to the original.
A top-down isometric helicopter shoot 'em up originally for the Sega Genesis, which was later ported to a variety of platforms. It is best known for its open-ended mission design and followed by several sequels.