The insert announces Toho's foray into these video games that the kids all like. My understanding is that they distributed these games, as they were made by different companies. As you can see, MONSTER OF MONSTERS gets top billing, and the Game Boy GODZILLA game wasn't even out yet. Moving downward, we are told that CIRCUS CAPER exists. I could make fun of this game for a moment, because it was really pretty awful, but it did attempt the "cinematic adventure" quality that they promised, which games were just beginning to figure out that they could do, so I think that's a fair assessment.
|This flyer even calls Circus Caper the "MOST FASCINATING GAME EVER"! Now, come on!|
I don't have any experience with TIMES OF LORE. From my looking it up, it was available on several home computer platforms in addition to the NES, and was actually made by Origin Systems, whose logo is shown here. It was a pretty complex game for the time and boasted "13,000 screens of map."