Warp Zone Podcast: April 1990

April showers bring lots of NES games! For the second month in a row we have a ton of Game Paks to discuss. Plus we go over some of the best magazines for the month and we play a new game “From the Box” in The Energy Tank segment. Thanks so much for listening!



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0:00 – Introduction Music

0:47  – Press Start


5:03 – Introduction to POW Block

5:21 – Double Dare

10:06 – Dynowarz

15:29 – Ghostbusters II

19:21 – Ivan Iron Man Stewart’s Super Off Road

22:57 – Phantom Fighter

25:35 – Pin-Bot

30:08 – Snake’s Revenge

33:42 – Snoopy’s Silly Sports Spectacular

36:24 – Super C

43:32 – Tecmo World Wrestling

47:04 – WCW World Championship Wrestling

50:50 – Wrath of the Black Manta

53:58 – Xexyz


1:00:15 – Jungle Theme by Ultra Games – Snake’s Revenge OST


1:01:05 – Intro to Playing With Power

1:01:16 – Taking On Nintendo | LA Times | April 30, 1990

1:07:51 – GamePro | April 1990

1:16:18 – EGM | April 1990

1:49:30 – Official 1990 World of Nintendo Buyer’s Guide


2:03:54 – Fight Music 4 by Tecmo – Tecmo World Wrestling


2:04:59 – From The Box


2:19:55 – Thanks for Listening!

2:22:29 – Wilderness by Konami – Super C OST

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Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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