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Page 1: Baba's Palace - Bad Cat
Page 2: Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja - Banger Racer
Page 3: Bangers and Mash - Basket Master
Page 4: BAT - BB4CPC
Page 5: Beach Buggy Simulator - Beyond the Ice Palace
Page 6: Biff - Billy 2
Page 7: Binky - Black Tiger
Page 8: Blade Runner - Blood Valley
Page 9: Bloodwych - BMX Simulator 2
Page 10: Bobby Bearing - Bomb Scare
Page 11: Bonanza Bros. - Bounty Bob Strikes Back
Page 12: Bounty Hunter - Brick Breaker
Page 13: Bride of Frankenstein - Bubbler
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Page 15: Bunny Bricks - By Fair Means or Foul
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Bunny Bricks

(Silmarils, 1992)

Breakout meets baseball in this rather nice-looking game. Instead of having a bat to prevent the ball from falling off the screen, you control a bunny with a baseball bat who must hit the ball whenever it comes near. The advantage of this is that you can control where you want the ball to go – upwards, or to the left or right. There are all the usual bonuses to collect, and there are 22 levels to complete. Graphically it's impressive, albeit a bit garish, although I didn't like the music much. It's not a frustratingly difficult game, either, unlike certain other Breakout clones I could name...

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Screenshot of Burnin' Rubber

Burnin' Rubber

(Ocean, 1990)

This is the game that every Plus owner has, because it comes free with the machine. It's an endurance race where you must stay on the track for as long as possible without running out of time, but first of all, you must qualify to settle your grid position. This game makes full use of the Plus' extra abilities and has some beautiful, crystal-clear music on the title screen. The sky even changes from day to night to show your progress! It's touches like these that make this game better than others like it.

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Buster Block

(Kuma, 1986)

Can you become a bionic block buster by exploring all 400 rooms in a maze full of monsters? The aim in this rather boring game is to explore as much of the maze as you can. Each room contains lots of monsters and lots of blocks which you can push to destroy the monsters, although there are several types of blocks and they all behave differently. However, the monsters can push blocks as well. 400 rooms is a lot, and you'll become bored long before you reach them all. The graphics and sound effects are nothing special, either.

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By Fair Means or Foul

(Superior, 1988)

This game was also released on budget as Pro Boxing Simulator. Anyway, beneath the intriguing title is a boxing game where you are allowed (and encouraged) to cheat. There's an indicator for each player, showing the number of chances they have – when this reaches zero, they lose. If the indicator is red, it means the referee has his eyes on you and you'll be caught if you foul, but green means you can get away with it. The graphics are great and the characters and referee are well-animated, and the sound of the crowd roaring is nice – their comments are even better! However, the controls are too tricky, particularly with the keyboard, and selecting the right moves seems to be a matter of luck most of the time.

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