96. Wario's Woods (Nintendo, 1994)
95. Fire N' Ice (Tecmo, 1993)
A relatively unique and well-crafted puzzle game by Irem, where you play as a snowman-esque character named Kickle who can create ice pillars and freeze enemies with his breath to turn them into cubes. Said cubes can then be pushed into the water to create floors, or pushed into other enemies to eliminate them, or ricocheted off of springs or hammers to redirect their motion (though they can easily clobber you as well, so you must be careful). Your goal in each stage is to collect the three "dream bags", though as in any good puzzle game, this quickly becomes a daunting task - avoiding enemies, being careful not to trap yourself and setting up pillars in the right time and place to avoid hazards are all skills you will have to master (especially in the bonus stages, unlocked after completing the main game). There are boss fights too, which require some quick movement and reaction speed to overcome.
91. GI Joe: The Atlantis Factor (KID, 1992)
89. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Konami, 1989)
88. Gremlins 2: The New Batch (Sunsoft, 1990)