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Dragon Ball Advanced AdventureDragon Ball Advanced Adventure
Earth Taken 3Earth Taken 3
Earth TakenEarth Taken
Super MetroidSuper Metroid
Frizzle FrazFrizzle Fraz
Headless ZombieHeadless Zombie
Pause AheadPause Ahead
Candle ManCandle Man
Carrot RushCarrot Rush
Red WarriorRed Warrior
Avengers: TakedownAvengers: Takedown
Papa Louie 3Papa Louie 3
Ultimate Flash SonicUltimate Flash Sonic
Donkey Kong Country 3Donkey Kong Country 3
Strikeforce Kitty 2Strikeforce Kitty 2
Kirby and the Amazing MirrorKirby and the Amazing Mirror
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Infinity IncInfinity Inc
Enough Plumbers 2Enough Plumbers 2
Exit Path 2Exit Path 2
Money Movers 2Money Movers 2
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Popularized by Donkey Kong, the first game of its kind released in 1981, platform games are based on player skill and usually provide a simple goal: moving a character by jumping from platform to platform, collecting various items, avoiding traps and enemies then reaching the level exit.

This prolific category includes some of the biggest successes in video gaming history, such as Super Mario, Sonic, Rayman or Crash Bandicoot.