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City Trouble for the Nintendo Entertainment System
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$29.99

City Trouble for the Nintendo Entertainment System

The Jackal Gang is causing Trouble and it's up to Amy to stop them!


You are Amy and your mission leads you to the rooftops high above the town's not so pleasant districts.

So, take your trusty taser and electrocute all evil scumbags that stand in your way. Show those muscle-headed Goons and them jumpy Paradudes who's boss. Use your agility to pass over deep and dangerous gaps and outrun that pesky helicopter.

It's a tough job, but not all is dire: There's your best friend Rachel waiting in the middle of the action to provide you some useful items to help you on your way.

You'll need it since it's only a matter of time until bad girl Scarlett bothers you again or you'll have to face another one of the Jumbos.

Do you have the guts and the skills to rid the City of the Jackal Gang in this fast-paced arcade action game?

Standard Edition comes in a classic gray shell. 

Limited Edition Features

  • Custom Black NES cartridge

  • Professionally Printed City Trouble 11x17 poster

  • 50 Limited Edition copies with custom emblem

NTSC and PAL gamers worry not! City Trouble is equipped with a multi-region chip that will allow the game to be played on both region's respective consoles!

This game was originally developed from the ground up by Den Kat Games. Now it can be owned on a physical cartridge brought to you by Mega Cat Studios!

Attention AVS users: If you play this game on the AVS, be sure to disable the extra sprites option, otherwise it will not work properly.

(The extra sprites option in the AVS makes a certain NES system value, the sprites overflow bit, behave differently from the standard NES behavior. But "City Trouble" relies on this bit to behave like on a real NES, so the extra sprites feature of the AVS has to be turned off for the game.)