Roms For Sega Master System

ROM Name Summary
Laser Ghost An arcade machine that featured up to three players each with their own gun. Your job is to hunt ghosts down to rescue a kidnapped girl. It was unique among light-gun shooters for featuring three-player co-op gameplay.
Lemmings (13377) Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and Team 17 are responsible for this PSP installment of Lemmings.
Line of Fire A light-gun rail shooter similar to Operation Wolf and Cabal, but with more detailed three-dimensional environments. The original arcade version's sprite/texture manipulation engine anticipated FPS ray-casting graphics and the look of texture-mapped polygons.
Lion King, The The Lion King is a platformer released in 1994 for a wide array of systems by Virgin Interactive.
Loderunner (SG-1000) 1000-BIT
Lord of Sword Lord of the Sword is a side-scrolling action game for the Sega Master System in which the player takes control over the adventurer Landau who wants to become the new king of Baljinya.
Lord of the Sword Lord of the Sword is a side-scrolling action game for the Sega Master System in which the player takes control over the adventurer Landau who wants to become the new king of Baljinya.
Lucky Dime Caper, The Join Donald Duck in his quest to recover Uncle Scrooge's Number One Dime and save his three nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
Machine Gun Joe A multi-directional shooter developed by Sega for the Sega Master System in 1986. It is exclusive to Japan and is one of the few card-based games for the system.
Magali no Castelo do Dragao (Brazil) Mônica no Castelo do Dragão is the first of many games released in Brazil under the Tec Toy using the popular comic book series and led on a legion of similar games that not only used these established characters, but other cartoon series' and TV programs.
Mahjong Sengoku Jidai The sole mahjong adaptation made for the Sega Mark III / Sega Master System, featuring both two-player and four-player variants of riichi mahjong.
Makai Retsuden Kung Fu Kid is a side-scrolling brawler in the vein of Kung-Fu Master. It was developed and produced by Sega for the Sega Master System.
Marble Madness Everything you know is wrong in this classic marble-rolling arcade game.
Master Mega Man (Brazil) In celebration of the series' 30th anniversary, Capcom brings the titular robot hero back for a new adventure!
Master of Darkness A supernatural-horror side-scrolling platformer for the Game Gear and Master System. Set in Victorian-era London, the game plays similarly to Konami's Castlevania series of games.