bowloflentils:

G.O.D: Mezameyo to Yobu Koe ga Kikoe (G・O・D 目覚めよと呼ぶ声が聴こえ) - Infinity / Imagineer - Super Famicom - 1996

bowloflentils:

G.O.D: Mezameyo to Yobu Koe ga Kikoe (G・O・D 目覚めよと呼ぶ声が聴こえ) - Infinity / Imagineer - Super Famicom - 1996

fuji -
Tsuppari Oozumou Risshin Shussehen (Tecmo - Super Famicom - 1993)

fuji -

Tsuppari Oozumou Risshin Shussehen (Tecmo - Super Famicom - 1993)

pirouette -
Tsuppari Oozumou Risshin Shussehen (Tecmo - Super Famicom - 1993)

pirouette -

Tsuppari Oozumou Risshin Shussehen (Tecmo - Super Famicom - 1993)

fairies - DoReMi Fantasy (Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996)

fairies - DoReMi Fantasy (Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996)

church - DoReMi Fantasy (Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996)

church - DoReMi Fantasy (Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996)

mouse hole - DoReMi Fantasy (Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996)

mouse hole - DoReMi Fantasy (Hudson - Super Famicom - 1996)

exclamation - Super Wagyan Land 2 (Namco - Super Famicom - 1993)

exclamation - Super Wagyan Land 2 (Namco - Super Famicom - 1993)

in the pink - Wagyan Paradise (Namco - Super Famicom - 1994) 

in the pink - Wagyan Paradise (Namco - Super Famicom - 1994) 

stone face - Super Wagyan Land (Namco - Super Famicom - 1991)

stone face - Super Wagyan Land (Namco - Super Famicom - 1991)

vgjunk:

Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Fuurai no Shiren, Super Famicom.

(Chunsoft - 1995) 
ported to the DS in 2006 and released in the West two years later as Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer. 

vgjunk:

Fushigi no Dungeon 2: Fuurai no Shiren, Super Famicom.

(Chunsoft - 1995) 

  • ported to the DS in 2006 and released in the West two years later as Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer

Table Game Dai-Shuugo! (Varie - Super Famicom - 1996)

vgprintads:

"Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel"
Video Games, November 1994 (#11)
Back in the ’90s, you couldn’t walk a foot without tripping over a game staring a wannabe Sonic0style mascot. Many only starred in a single game before fading into obscurity. That said, Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel, while probably providing a few hours of disctractions, didn’t have a chance: not only was he another anthropomorphic woodland creature fighting for attention on the store shelves, but he was a spin-off of another furry platform game: Aero the Acro-Bat, which had only minor fame.

(SNES - 1994) 
developed by Iguana Entertainment, makers of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

vgprintads:

"Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel"

  • Video Games, November 1994 (#11)
  • Back in the ’90s, you couldn’t walk a foot without tripping over a game staring a wannabe Sonic0style mascot. Many only starred in a single game before fading into obscurity. That said, Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel, while probably providing a few hours of disctractions, didn’t have a chance: not only was he another anthropomorphic woodland creature fighting for attention on the store shelves, but he was a spin-off of another furry platform game: Aero the Acro-Bat, which had only minor fame.

(SNES - 1994) 

developed by Iguana Entertainment, makers of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

manual for Gunple: Gunman’s Proof (Lenar - Super Famicom - 1997)

crash - Gunple: Gunman’s Proof (Lenar - Super Famicom - 1997)

crash - Gunple: Gunman’s Proof (Lenar - Super Famicom - 1997)

saucer - Gunple: Gunman’s Proof (Lenar - Super Famicom - 1997)

saucer - Gunple: Gunman’s Proof (Lenar - Super Famicom - 1997)