I’m swamped at work so this is a quick and dirty poll.
Nigel Mansell F-1 Challenge
Nigel Mansell’s World Championship is a racing game developed and published by Gremlin Graphics Software (published by Gametek for the SNES and Genesis versions) for multiple platforms. It is licensed by and features British Formula One champion Nigel Mansell.
In Japan, the SNES version is called Nigel Mansell F-1 Challenge and was published by Infocom.
Spindizzy Worlds is an isometric puzzle game in which the player controls a spinning top named GERALD (Geographical Environmental Reconnaissance And Landmapping Device). The goal is to explore each world, collecting fuel and reaching the exit before GERALD’s fuel reserves expire.
Sengoku (known in Japan as Sengoku Denshou, loosely translated to “Legacy of the Warring States”) is a belt-scrolling brawler developed and released by SNK for arcades (running Neo Geo MVS hardware) on February 12, 1991.
SNK’s first beat-'em-up, Sengoku pits two unnamed protagonists against feudal Japanese hordes invading a modern-age city (similar to Alpha Denshi’s Ninja Combat) from the spirit world. Along with their martial arts skills, they can possess various swords and magical attacks (by obtaining special colored orbs dropped by enemies) and can temporarily transform into one of three ancient warriors (obtained by defeating certain enemies).