Data East Games
One of the leading producers of Nintendo games and entertainment software, Data East USA has quickly become one of the most prolific producers of electronic entertainment. 1988 brought forth a wide array of games from Data East, including several pieces inspired by arcade hits as well as original entries like Cobra Command. With a firm hand on the pulse of today's video game player, Data East is poised to enter '89 with one of the strongest computer and video game line-ups.
Bad Dudes - Arcade action for most popular computer formats as well as the Nintendo Entertainment System. One or two players control Blade and Striker as they work against the Dragon Ninja gang who have captured the President.
Heavy Barrel - Another Data East arcade translation, Heavy Barrel will be available in the Spring for the Commodore 64/128 and IBM compats. Guide your soldiers of fortune behind enemy lines to reconstruct the ultimate weapon...
Rampage - Guide George the Ape or Lizzy the Lizard in this one or two player arcade classic! 128 levels of city smashin' mayhem await in this game for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Robocop - Become Officer Murphy, the half man/half machine cyborg who wants to wipe away the filth and crime in New Delta City. Scrolling arcade action for major computer formats in January 1989 and the Nintendo Entertaiment System in April, 1989.
Super Hang-On - The super sequel to the arcade motorcycle road race. Eight continents of winding roads challenge players in this title.
The Tick The Tick is a Beat-'Em-Up game, developed by Software Creations and published by Fox Interactive, which was released...
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse The X-Men must rescue mutants from captivity in the Genosha island complex.