Classic couch gamesA list of 11 games created by Juliana016 on 01st April 2017
Ice Climber (USA, Europe)NES
In Ice Climber the player controls a hammer wielding Eskimo that needs to climb 32 ice-covered mountains in order to recover a stolen vegetable from a giant condor.
Wrecking Crew (World)NES
Control a hammer-wielding Mario to victory in all 100 stages of Wrecking Crew!
Contra is famous for its fast-paced, gritty, old-school action.
Snow Brothers (USA)NES
Join Nick and Tom on their 50 floor quest for their girlfriends and red potions. shoot Ice at your enemies and turn them into cool bowling balls. Despite being an arcade port, the game is relatively easy specially with the unlimited continues, the real challenge lies in getting a "Strike" in every level. It's quite similar to Bubble Bobble, and arguably better.
A cute-'em-up by Konami featuring color changing bells as power-ups.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III - The Manhattan Project (USA)NES
This game is considered a sequel to the original arcade TMNT and was only released for the NES.
Super Mario Kart (USA)SNES
Super Mario Kart is the first instalment in the long-running Mario Kart series, and features eight playable characters from the Mario universe.
Donkey Kong Country 2 - Diddy's Kong Quest (USA) (En,Fr)SNES
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest is the sequel to Donkey Kong Country. It was developed by Rare and is one of the best selling Super Nintendo games.
Streets of Rage 2 (USA)Genesis
Mr. X and his powerful criminal syndicate have returned to the streets! Take control of one of four vigilantes and fight your way through the hordes of punks once again.
Contra - Hard Corps (USA)Genesis
Contra Hard Corps is a run-and-gun game that keeps true to the Contra series. It has a total of 4 playable characters, the ability to play cooperatively with a friend, and, through dialog, the ability to play the game through to multiple endings.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers - The Movie (USA)Genesis
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, is a 1995 video game released on the SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and Sega Game Gear. The game follows the plot of the movie and was developed by Bandai/Banpresto.