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Mortal Kombat II (1993) (3.58 average Grouvee user rating)

Mortal Kombat II is the second installment of one of the most violent fighting game franchises of all time, providing a smoother fighting system while adding new characters and content.
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Doom (1993) (4.02 average Grouvee user rating)

In this revolutionary first-person shooter, players control the last remaining space marine in the demon-infested stations on Mars' moons.
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Super Mario All-Stars (1993) (4.39 average Grouvee user rating)

Mario's 8-bit adventures were compiled and enhanced for the Super Nintendo on a single cartridge. This was the world debut of "The Lost Levels", originally sold as Super Mario Bros. 2 only in Japan.
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Disney's Aladdin (1993) (3.55 average Grouvee user rating)

Disney's Aladdin was the title of several different games from different developers based on the classic Disney film, Aladdin. As the titular character, players venture through many levels inspired by events and locations in the movie.
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SimCity 2000 (1993) (3.74 average Grouvee user rating)

SimCity 2000 is a city simulation game where players can build cities from small and neat to large and dirty, or anything in between.
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Mega Man X (1993) (4.36 average Grouvee user rating)

The spiritual successor to the original Mega Man series of platformers, Mega Man X features a more technologically advanced hero and a darker storyline (set a century after the adventures of the original Mega Man).
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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (1993) (4.24 average Grouvee user rating)

The fourth game in the Legend of Zelda series and the first one to appear on a handheld. Link is trapped on Koholint Island, and to escape he must wake the Wind Fish by finding the Eight Instruments of the Sirens.
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Myst (1993) (3.45 average Grouvee user rating)

Myst is a graphical adventure game that takes place on a mysterious island. It was one of the first games released on the CD-COM format and was notable for its extensive use of pre-rendered 3D graphics, which were considered cutting-edge at the time.
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Kirby's Adventure (1993) (3.92 average Grouvee user rating)

Kirby's Adventure is a platformer that was released late in the NES's lifespan. In this game, Kirby must retrieve the broken Star Rod pieces in order to restore everyones' dream.
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Star Fox (1993) (3.65 average Grouvee user rating)

As the leader of an elite squad of anthropomorphic animal pilots, fly throughout the Lylat star system in the prototype Arwing spacecraft to prevent the galactic conquest of a mad scientist in this 3D shooter for the SNES (with real-time polygonal graphics powered by the new Super FX chip).
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Secret of Mana (1993) (4.10 average Grouvee user rating)

An action RPG for the Super Nintendo and the second game in the Seiken Densetsu series. Secret of Mana can be played by up to three players simultaneously, and is widely regarded as one of the system's finest games.
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Jurassic Park (1993) (2.69 average Grouvee user rating)

An action game to coincide with the release of the 1993 movie and the first game based on the franchise. Take control of Dr. Grant and attempt to escape Jurassic Park.
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Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle (1993) (4.58 average Grouvee user rating)

Day of the Tentacle is a point-and-click adventure game that follows Bernard Bernoulli, Laverne, and Hoagie as they try to prevent Purple Tentacle from taking over the world.
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Sonic the Hedgehog: Spinball (1993) (2.94 average Grouvee user rating)

Sonic the Hedgehog infiltrates the secret lair of Dr. Robotnik, only to find himself at the mercy of Robotnik's ingenious Pinball Defense System!
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Ecco the Dolphin (1993) (2.85 average Grouvee user rating)

An unconventional and notoriously difficult 2D sidescroller in which the player character is a dolphin. Originally a popular Genesis game published by Sega, it later found its way to a variety of other platforms and spawned its own series.
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Super Street Fighter II (1993) (4.04 average Grouvee user rating)

This iteration of the classic franchise added four new world warriors and updated the existing roster.
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The Lost Vikings (1993) (3.79 average Grouvee user rating)

Play as Olaf, Baleog and Erik, three vikings who have been kidnapped by aliens and are trying to get home.
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Sam & Max Hit the Road (1993) (4.36 average Grouvee user rating)

A tale about love, country-western music and bigfoots, Sam & Max Hit the Road is a point-and-click adventure game from LucasArts.
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Zombies Ate My Neighbors (1993) (3.76 average Grouvee user rating)

Play as Zeke or Julie through 55 deadly levels of Zombies Ate My Neighbors! Destroy zombies with a squirt gun full of holy water!
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NBA Jam (1993) (3.78 average Grouvee user rating)

NBA Jam is a arcade basketball game developed by Midway in 1993. It gained fame for its rules-light take on basketball, its iconic announcer, and mysterious hidden characters.
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Primal Rage (1993) (2.72 average Grouvee user rating)

Primal Rage is a violent 2D fighter where giant beasts from different parts of the post-apocalyptic world fight each other for domination.
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ClayFighter (1993) (2.47 average Grouvee user rating)

Crazy clay-based characters beat the clay out of each other in the first-ever claymation fighting game.
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Cool Spot (1993) (2.74 average Grouvee user rating)

Explore the world as Spot, the tiny mascot of the 7 Up brand of soft drinks, and rescue its fellow Spots in this 2D platformer.
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Super Mario All-Stars & Super Mario World (1993) (4.58 average Grouvee user rating)

An updated version of Super Mario All-Stars bundled for a short period of time with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System from December 1994, featuring the inclusion of Super Mario World.
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Breath of Fire (1993) (3.61 average Grouvee user rating)

Breath of Fire is the first entry in the relatively successful Breath of Fire series, developed by Capcom. The gameplay is similar to other SNES RPG titles, such as Final Fantasy IV, with turn-based combat and a large medieval-like overworld to traverse.
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