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Worst NES Games Ever No. 5 — Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

Throwing away most everything that made the original Zelda great, the slapped-together follow-up finds a tiny Link doll waddling through a needlessly huge overworld, only to transform into a spindly doofus who hops through side-scrolling levels when he's confronted with a monster or enters a town or dungeon

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Worst NES Games Ever No. 9 — Anticipation

"Ya know what's wrong with connect the dots?" one producer must have said to another. "There's not enough Ouija Board in it." And hence, Anticipation was born.

Billing itself as Nintendo's first board game, it asked you to pass the controller around as you took turns guessing the name of the connect-the-dots object onscreen through the tedious process of scrolling through the alphabet and e v e r  s o  s l o w l y punching in usually-misspelled guess

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Worst NES Games Ever No. 4 — Urban Champion

The one-on-one fighter is all about punching, blocking and avoiding falling down a sewer while dodging flower pots dropped by people who must be annoyed you couldn't find anything better to play.

Your opponent never changes, you can never move on to a more interesting background and there are no special moves or even much strategy to put into play

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The 10 Worst NES Games Ever

Although the NES had its highs, giving us some of our favorite gaming memories, it definitely wasn't shy about drilling us with stinkers at regular intervals. Here are the 10 NES games that made us cry, starting with number 10:

Wrecking Crew — At least one of the crappy single-screen Mario games deserved a spot on this list, and we went back and forth between this and Mario Bros. for a while. Th

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‘Power Tools’ Mobile App Review

Unless you spend a bunch of time in a garage, it's not always second nature to know which power tool to use for which ill-advised do-it-yourself project. It's bad enough that our projects always end in injury and the shame of paying a handyman -- or wilting as we beg our disapproving father-in-law to work for free -- to fix up our failures.

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