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Nintendo Power V67 is the December 1994 issue of Nintendo Power magazine. It features Earthworm Jim on it's cover.

Super NES

Demon's Crest

The first SNES game featured in the magazine is Demon's Crest. The article provides maps for the first 3 levels.

Earthworm Jim

The next article features the cover story, Earthworm Jim. It provides maps for Level 5, For Pete's Sake, and Buttville.

Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel

This next section showcases Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel. The article lists Zero's attacks and has maps for 2 different levels.

Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi

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Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi article

The next featured game is Super Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The article includes details on the five main characters and gives brief information on some of the levels.

Uniracers

This next section showcases Uniracers. It has a few tips, describes the different play modes and has maps for 5 levels.

Mickey-O-Rama

The next article discusses 2 Mickey Mouse games simultaneously. The games are The Great Circus Mystery Starring Mickey & Minnie and Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse.

Tin Star

The next article is about Tin Star. The brief article gives a glimpse of what the game is about.

Final Fantasy III

This Super NES article reviews Final Fantasy III. The 12-page article describes the next series of events within the game's story continued from the previous Nintendo Power volume.

Classified Information

The Classified Information section reveals codes and hidden secrets in certain games. Games featured in this section include:

Game Secrets
Mortal Kombat II (SNES) Kredits code, Throw no mo', Random select
Disney's Aladdin (SNES) Stage select
T2: The Arcade Game (SNES) Stage skip
Ninja Warriors (SNES) Stage select
Vortex (SNES) Bonus passwords
F1 ROC II: Race of Champions (SNES) Track select, Time attack mode, Special game 1, Special game 2, Sound test
SimAnt (SNES) Wacky cat
Lamborghini: American Challenge (SNES) Bonus cash
ClayFighter (SNES) Boss code

Counselor's Corner

Counselor's Corner is a feature in which the writers of the magazine would respond to game-related questions in the hope of getting the player out of a tough spot in various games. The games featured in this issue are Brain Lord (SNES), Illusion of Gaia (SNES), Blackthorne (SNES), and Donkey Kong (GB).

NES

Wario's Woods

Warios Woods (NES)

Wario's Woods box art

The NES article is about Wario's Woods. The brief article just gives a quick look at the game.

VR32: The First Look

This article provides an exclusive peek at the then-upcoming "virtual reality" system, VR32, which was later named Virtual Boy.

Game Boy

Samurai Shodown

This Game Boy article reviews Samurai Shodown. It lists the characters and their abilities.

Wario Blast

The article discusses Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman!. It shows readers what to expect in the gameplay.

Casino Funpak

This article talks about Casino Funpak. It gives a brief description of each casino game: Roulette, Video Poker, Slots, Blackjack, and Craps.

Top 20

The "Top 20" section of the magazine lists the top 20 Super NES, Game Boy, and NES games as ranked by the readers. The following are the first 5 for each game system from this issue.

Now Playing

This article lists new game releases and ratings for those games. It also has a very brief overview of a few of them. Some of the top-rated games in this section include (in alphabetical order):

Pak Watch

The Pak Watch section showcased games that were scheduled for release. It gave the reader a quick glance at future games. Some of the games seen in this section include Mega Man X2 (SNES), Brett Hull Hockey '95 (SNES) and Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues (SNES).


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