Gotris is a cross between Japanese board game igo and falling block puzzles like Tetris.
A game made to teach trafic safety to children.
Buggy Run is a 1993 top-down racing video game for the Sega Master System.
A soccer/football sim for Master System, released only in South Korea.
Compilation cartridge of 7 Samsung Gam*Boy (Korean Master System) games.
Jang Pung II is a Street Fighter clone for various Sega systems. A US Game Gear release called Street Battle was planned, but never made shelves.
Jurassic Park for Sega Genesis was developed by BlueSky and published by Sega in 1993.
Cartoony dodgeball game for Master System. Only released in South Korea.
The official football game of UEFA '92
A fantasy-based vertical shoot-'em-up for MSX and Master System, released only in South Korea.
A run-and-gun based on a traditional Korean story.
The third entry in the Sydney Hunter franchise.
A chess game from Sega for the Master System.
HES published four games from South Korean company Open Corp. on one cartridge.
Wonder Kid is the first game by Open Corp.
A horizontal brick-and-ball game with boss fights.
Toto World 3 is a Master System game released in South Korea.
Twin Mouse is a platformer released in South Korea for the Master System.
An action game based on the 1990 movie of the same name. In this Sega version, Kevin can construct his own weapons from items found lying around the neighborhoo...
A Europe-only compilation of three Master System games. Despite its name, no known second volume was ever released.
A multi-directional shooter developed by Sega for the Sega Master System in 1986. It is exclusive to Japan and is one of the few card-based games for the system...
A vertical shoot 'em up and one of the earliest Sega Master System exclusives.
The first of two home system games based on the 1991 movie of the same name. Unlike the Arcade on-rails shooter and its ports, this LJN/Ocean home version is a ...
Sydney Hunter and the Caverns of Death is a retro platformer that started as a Flash game before being ported to various older and modern platforms.
Tranquilizer Gun is an arcade game released by Sega in 1980, and ported to the Master System in 1983. The goal is to sedate animals and get them to a vehicle be...
Three Sega Light Phaser games on one cartridge
Get inside the "Dark Zone" and punch, kick and blast your way though to the final conflict.
Super Boy IV is the final release in Zemina's Super Boy series.
Super Boy III is the final MSX release of the Super Boy series.
Like the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 2 (AKA "Lost Levels"), Super Boy II more or less uses the same engine and graphics as its predecessor but switches up the le...
Super Boy I is a clone of Super Mario Bros., for MSX and Master System. It was released only in South Korea.
Digger Chan is a homebrew Master System game that was developed and released in Europe.
Korean-made Dr. Mario clone
The Flash was a game with connections to the TV series of the same despite being released 2 years after the show was canceled.
Master System game starring the South Korean cartoon dinosaur.
Janggun-ui Adeul is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up based on the Korean film of the same name.
Scrapped educational Sonic game from early in the hedgehog's existence.
Two great Master System classics on one cartridge.
Hang-On & Astro Warrior packs two Master System classics onto a single cartridge.
A Sega Master System basketball game that features teams comprised of monsters. It was only available in Europe and South America.
The original Great Baseball, part of Sega's series of Great sports games for the Sega Master System. It was never released outside of Japan.
Named World Soccer elsewhere, Great Soccer is part of Sega's series of Great sports games for the Sega Master System. It is a sequel of the first Great Soccer.
The first game in Sega's Great series of Sega Master System sports games, released shortly after the console's launch in Japan. The game was never released in t...
A side scrolling shooter developed by Sega for the Genesis and Master System. In it, hard-hitting police detective Dick Tracy must track down a suspicious nitro...
A hockey game which has nothing to do with the 1977 movie of the same name.
A Sega Master System Combo Cartridge that contains the top down shooter Astro Warrior and the Maze game Pit Pot.
A baseball game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Master System. It was never released outside of Japan.
Released only in Japan and requiring use of a special paddle-based controller, Megumi Rescue puts a trio of acrobatic firefighters in a series of fire rescue sc...
An arcade top-down F1 racing game for the Sega Master System developed and published by Sega in Japan only.
A comedic adventure game published by Sega for the Sega Master System featuring characters from the Tensai Bakabon manga. It was never released outside of Japan...
The sole mahjong adaptation made for the Sega Mark III / Sega Master System, featuring both two-player and four-player variants of riichi mahjong.
Released in Japan as Masters Golf, this is the sequel to the original (Japan-only) Great Golf for the Sega Master System. It was then localized as Great Golf ou...
A light-gun game for the Sega Master System. Developed by Sega for the US market.
A Japanese-only Sega Master System adventure/brawler game based on the popular manga/anime Sukeban Deka (Delinquent Girl Cop). It was developed by Sega.
The world's greatest fighters gather together to stop a Nazi cyborg dinosaur. Original content sequel to the Street Fighter II bootleg "Jang Pung II".
A Japan-only Sega Master System text adventure game featuring Sherlock Holmes.
Ice hockey game of the "Great Sports" line of games from SEGA for the Sega Master System
Jerry's found a treasure map that Tom can't wait to get his hands on!
A platformer based on the animated theatrical shorts featuring Woody Woodpecker and other Walter Lantz characters. It was released exclusively in Brazil due to ...
Super Off Road is an isometric off-road racer that featured upgradeable vehicles as well as tracks that could be raced in any direction.
A Tennis game for the Sega Master System, developed by Sega themselves. Part of the "Great" series of sport simulations created around the system's launch.
A compilation of gambling mini-games for the Sega Master System and the follow up to Compile's earlier Parlour Games.
An arcade motorcycle racing game by Sega-AM2, featuring a more realistic circuit-based take on the genre (as compared to their earlier Hang-On games).
Superman game released for Sega systems by SunSoft. In Europe, the game was subtitled with "The Man of Steel".
The Ottifants is a 2D platformer released for the Sega Genesis, Master System and Game Gear in 1993. It was only released in Europe and Brasil.
A side-scrolling platformer set in the near future, where the player controls a police officer who over a series of levels turns into the cyborg ESWAT.
An PAL region-exclusive fighting game for the Master System, later receiving a Japanese-exclusive release for the Game Gear. For both systems, it is the only fi...
A level-based side scrolling action game by Tecmo. This is the linear 1986 Arcade version, which was converted for the Commodore 64, Atari Lynx, Sega Master Sys...
Strider is an arcade action side-scroller, and one of Capcom's first big hits for the Sega Genesis console.
Boxing game based upon the initial four Rocky movies for the Sega Master System first published in 1987.
A horizontal shoot 'em up and the sequel to the original Darius. Known in Japan as Darius II, it was released in North America under the name Sagaia.
Sequel to Strider made by British developer U.S. Gold in 1990 under license from Capcom USA. Platforms include Sega Genesis, Game Gear and Master System.
A soccer simulator from SIMS that was branded with Tecmo and Tengen licensing in different releases.
Alien Syndrome is a cooperative, top-down, run & gun shooter with aliens developed by SEGA as an arcade game in 1987. Compared to other shooters at the time...
A simple timed maze game, where the objective is to guide your small orange snail to the goal. Snail Maze was built into the Sega Master System BIOS.
A side-scrolling action game starring the king of pop Michael Jackson, released in 1990 for Sega Genesis and Master System. Moonwalker features Michael saving c...
A game credited, in part, with the popularity of the brawler genre in the arcade craze of the 1980s and 1990s.
Sega's 8-bit hardware received a unique game in the Ninja Gaiden series. It has similar gameplay to the NES trilogy, but is an all-new game, with a new story, d...
When a once-peaceful city falls to crime and corruption, it's up to three ex-cops to take on the cause: a powerful criminal organization led by the sinister Mr....
Spidey swings his way through the streets, rooftops, parks, warehouses, sewers, and underground secret bases of New York in his fight against the Kingpin.
Gangster Town is a light gun game developed and published by Sega that was released for the Master System in 1987.
Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum is a Brazilian platformer for the Sega Master System.
A naval battle simulator with light-gun action for the Sega Master System. It took advantage of the SegaScope 3D glasses to create a stereoscopic 3D effect.
A Master System side-scrolling platformer set in a fantasy version of feudal Japan featuring multiple paths to explore and crazy, potbellied monkeys to kill.
An unlicenced Formula One racing game released by Sega in 1986.
A side scrolling action game for the Sega Master System.
The Incredible Crash Dummies capitalizes on the early '90s popularity of the Crash Dummy characters. Players are able to smash and trash the Dummies, running th...
The New Zealand Story follows the exploits of a flightless native bird of New Zealand called a Kiwi, who happens to look very little like a real kiwi bird.
A compilation of 20 games on a single Master System cartridge.
Disney's Aladdin was the title of several different games from different developers based on the classic Disney film, Aladdin. As the titular character, players...
A piracy-themed action platformer from Data East originally for the Arcades and later released on the Sega Master System for all regions and NES exclusively for...
Tennis Ace is a tennis game for the Sega Master System
This game can be played with 3d glasses.
The first SNES entry in Rare's popular brawler series Battletoads, infamous both for its unique humor and brutal difficulty.
Help TAZ escape from the zoo on Mars.
Zillion 2: Tri Formation, the sequel to Zillion, is a side scrolling action game for the Sega Master System. In it, the player controls the White Knights who ba...
Great Volleyball is a volleyball simulator from Sega as part of their "Great" series of sports titles for the Sega Master System.
The Duel is a game based on 007 for Sega's consoles.
The sequel to The Lucky Dime Caper, putting the titular duck in an adventure to remove a curse from his uncle Scrooge McDuck.