Super Hang-On – Sega Mega Drive (1989)

Super Hang-On is a high-speed motorcycle racing game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega. Released for the Sega Mega Drive, it’s a sequel to the arcade hit “Hang-On”. Players race a motorcycle against time and other computer-controlled bikes on various international tracks. The game is known for its fast-paced action, challenging courses, and the ability to upgrade the motorcycle’s parts in the original mode. With a choice of four tracks based on continents, each with a different number of stages, players can push their bikes to the limit, using a turbo function to reach even higher speeds. The game also features a memorable soundtrack that players can choose from during races.

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Ballz 3D: The Battle Of The Balls (1994)

Ballz 3D is a unique fighting video game for the Sega Mega Drive, known for its distinctive graphics where characters are composed entirely of spheres, creating a pseudo-3D visual effect. Developed by PF.Magic and published by Accolade in 1994, the game features a roster of bizarre fighters, including a farting monkey, a sumo wrestler, and a superhero, among others. Players can engage in combat across various difficulty levels and matches, with the goal of defeating opponents and earning different coloured belts. The game’s humour and unconventional character design set it apart from other fighting games of its time.