If you’re a retro gamer, finding new games is impossible for the most part, but finding games you never got to originally experience, is not. In this exclusive list, Old School Gamer Magazine shares five games that rock, that you may have never experienced.

The Firemen: Never released in the states, Human Entertainment’s take on the occupation, loosely inspired by the film Backdraft, is a classic, with great music and Action/RPG gameplay.

Super Battletank: Known for his work on the original Donkey Kong console port, Garry Kitchen’s Super Battletank is a lesson in how to squeeze as much into a SNES cart as possible. With sexy sound and a nice variety of mission objectives, it’s far from a thin arcade experience.

Turn and Burn: No-Fly Zone: Just like his brother Garry, Dan Kitchen takes military combat to another level here. Excellent visuals and visceral dogfighting, Turn and Burn is the best of several of Dan’s aerial combat games.

HAL’s Hole in One Golf: Made by the same company as Kirby, Hole in One Golf is as no-frills as it comes, but it’s still fun.

ABC Monday Night Football: It’s nowhere good as Madden, but with stat tracking and the option to create your own team, there’s definitely some fun to be had.

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Patrick Hickey, Jr., is the founder and editor-in-chief of ReviewFix.com and a lecturer of English and journalism at Kingsborough Community College, in Brooklyn, New York. Over the past decade, his video game coverage has been featured in national ad campaigns by top publishers the likes of Nintendo, Deep Silver, Disney and EA Sports. His book series, "The Minds Behind the Games: Interviews With Cult and Classic Game Developers," from McFarland and Company, has earned praise from Forbes, Huffington Post, The New York Daily News and MSG Networks. He is also a former editor at NBC and National Video Games Writer at the late-Examiner.com