60. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game/III: The Manhattan Project (Konami, 1990/1992)
59. Just Breed (Random House, 1992 in Japan)
58. Gradius II: Gofer no Yabou (Konami, 1988 in Japan)
57. Super C (Konami, 1990)
56. Summer Carnival '92: Recca (Naxatsoft, 1992)
55. Mega Man 6 (Capcom, 1993)
Considered one of the weaker entries on the platform by a lot of fans, Mega Man 6 certainly showed signs of being rushed; it came out late in the system's life and Nintendo, in the role of producing this title, was clearly banking on it being a send-off game; the level quality and challenge definitely suffered as a result. However, it did also have some unique quirks to set it apart. Instead of calling in Rush, you now morph with him into two forms - Rush Power (which can smash through walls and deal damage with short-ranged punches) and Rush Jet (serving as a jetpack that allows flight for short distances). It also had some great music as per series norm, proving that if nothing else, Capcom was striving to make it memorable if not one of the best. It's a ton of fun to play in spite of its faults, and hey, classic Mega Man at his weakest is still better than most game franchises at their best.
54. Willow (Capcom, 1989)
53. Dr. Mario (Nintendo, 1988)
While I'm not a huge player of competitive puzzle games, there's no denying that Dr. Mario has that good old addictive charm to it. There's a true sense of frantic challenge as you try to clear an entire screen of colored viruses, trying not to let your pills fall in the wrong place and create obstacles that will take a significant amount of time and effort to clear (and probably gum up your efforts even more as you do so). Hell, there was even a two-player competitive mode, which couldn't be said for Nintendo's version of Tetris. I also both praise and curse it for having one of the catchiest tunes in all of gaming; I first played this game over thirty years ago and I still have that Fever tune stuck in my head...
52. Blaster Master (Sunsoft, 1988)
51. Final Fantasy III (Square, 1990 in Japan)