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Nintendo of America Second-Half 1995 Releases
Nintendo of America Inc. • May 15, 1995

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: GOLIN/HARRIS
Beth Llewelyn at (213) 623-4200
Eileen Tanner at (206) 462-4220

NINTENDO OF AMERICA
SECOND-HALF 1995 RELEASES:

VIRTUAL BOY

  • TELEROBOXER
    August 1995; MSRP $39.95*

    • One-player boxing game
    • First-person perspective; players must jab and duck as if they were in the ring
    • Opponents are robot boxers with varying skills
    • Skill level of opponents increases as game progresses
  • GALACTIC PINBALL
    August 1995; MSRP $39.95*

    • One-player, realistic pinball game
    • Features five different pinball tables
    • Multiple hidden bumpers send pinballs up, down, forward and backward in a space-age, 3-D environment
  • MARIO CLASH
    August 1995; MSRP $39.95*

    • One-player, action/adventure game
    • Designed, in part, by Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Mario and Donkey Kong
    • Similar to side-scrolling Mario games with added 3-D effect: characters can move front to back
    • Features familiar characters from the Mario Bros. games, including Goombas, Koopas, Spiny, Mushrooms
    • Game environments reminiscent of Mario Bros. series -- ropes, pipes, bricks
  • MARIO'S DREAM TENNIS
    August 1995; MSRP $39.95*

    • One-player sports game
    • Features familiar cast of Nintendo characters, including Mario, Yoshi and Donkey Kong Jr.
    • Unique 3-D tennis court playing field
    • Player perspective is from behind the character at the baseline
    • Realistic tennis game play and strategy
    • Characters move backward and forward as well as left and right to serve, volley, lob and rally
  • RED ALARM
    August 1995; MSRP $39.95*

    • One-player, space-shooter game
    • Features polygon-rendered, wire frame images
    • Player perspective is from behind spacecraft
    • Player must navigate spacecraft to eliminate enemies while swerving and ducking obstacles that appear to fly toward player
    • Game play is similar to the popular Super NES title, StarFox

*NOTE: ALTHOUGH NINTENDO OF AMERICA INC. MAY SUGGEST RETAIL PRICES FOR PRODUCTS, THE DEALER IS FREE TO DETERMINE ON ITS OWN THE PRICES AT WHICH IT WILL SELL PRODUCTS.

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