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Mnementh said:
The_Liquid_Laser said:

Here is my next round of clues.

25.  a)  This Switch game is a combination of two different franchises.  It also appeared on other platforms before coming to Switch.
b)  This game is not published by Nintendo, nor is Nintendo licensing out their IP to another company.
c)  One of these franchises must be licensed from the Russian government.

23.  99% of the code for this sim game was written in assembly language.

22.  This NES game is a sequel to an arcade game.

21.  At the end of this 2-player arcade game, you fight to see which one wins the girl.

#25: Puyo Puyo Tetris (this was hard with only the first two hints)

#22: Punch-Out!!

Both Correct!

S.Peelman said:
The_Liquid_Laser said:

both correct!

I tried to make these clues harder, but you still got it anyway.

Well, I am a huge Rollercoaster Tycoon fan, so I knew that before I had even finished reading the sentence.

A fan of the first two games anyway. The third was okay, but we won't speak about the insult that is World. Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 is probably my most played game ever, if it would've kept time over the years (and across all my computers), I'm sure it would've been thousands, maybe even ten thousand hours by now.

Yeah the first two Rollercoaster Tycoon games are awesome.  I could have easily have put the 2nd game on my list instead of the first.  In my head I kind of lump them together.  I didn't really appreciate what I had until the later sequels came out.  Apparently, the programmer did things with the game that no one else could do because he wrote in in assembly language.  The game was really ahead of its time and possibly still is.  That's why it's the highest sim game on my list.