Double Dragon II: The revenge (NES) released in 1989
Game genre: Beat'em up
Game Music Composer: Kazunaka Yamane
This side-scrolling beat'em up game was very famous on NES, allowing to play with 2 players simultaneously (Billy and Jimmy)
and with one mode where the 2 players can hurt each other (deadly mode). I strongly remember the part of the treadmills at
the end of mission 4 where losing some lives was so frequent.
Duck Tales 2 (NES) released in 1993
Game genre: Platform
Game Music Composer: Minae Fujii
NES game released lately. The first Duck Tales game was more famous but this sequel was a very nice game too. Playing with uncle Scrooge to collect diamonds on this platform game was just so fun. You will find apparences of the other characters like Gyro Gearloose, Launchpad McQuack, and of course Huey, Dewey and Louie.
Kirby's Adventure (NES) released in 1993
Game Genre: Platform
Game Music Composer: Hirokazu Ando, Jun Ishikawa
Maybe one of the greatest game (if not the the best one) on NES from my point of view. The music is just epic and fits perfectly well with the fun of this game.
The game is long enough to play for hours. Even if the game looks childish, it has a lot of hidden secrets and is still replayable years after.
Link's Awakening (GB) released in 1993
Game Genre: Adventure
Game Music Composers: Minako Hamano, Kozue Ishikawa
The story takes place in Koholint Island and is not related to the rescue of a Princess. This game is simply a piece of art regarding the story, the music and the graphics, unleashing the gameboy power to its unexpected limits.
It is nice to notice that there are some appearances of other nintendo game characters like Kirby, Yoshi and Wart.
The game was released on the Game Boy Color in 1999 with the addition of one dungeon (DX version).