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  • The title screen on the NES version says 1989 (1991 for the '123' version). In March of 1986, the NES hadn't even been released nationwide yet, it was still being test marketed in the NYC and LA areas, and the only games available at that point were classic "black box" games like Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt. The nationwide launch didn't occur until fall of 1986, and third party games based on licensed properties didn't really become a thing on the NES until 1988.

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