Maxi 15 (NES)

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Maxi 15
Maxi 15 - NES - USA.jpg
Platform: NES
Year: 1992
Developer: American Video Entertainment

Maxi 15 (also known as the Maxivision 15) is an unlicensed game released by American Video Entertainment. As the name suggests, it contains 15 games, most of which had already been released separately and were unlicensed.

The games are as follows:

The game was later re-released with a slightly different selection of games; Pyramid was replaced with Blackjack (NES), and Double Strike was replaced with Death Race (NES). This was because AVE did not have the rights to games by Sachen/Joy Van.

The game was heavily promoted, even featuring an hour-long spot featuring WWF superstar Hulk Hogan.


Maxi 15 - NES - Title Screen (REV0).png

The first version's title screen.

Maxi 15 - NES - Title Screen (REV1).png

The revision's title screen.

Maxi 15 - NES - Menu (REV0).png

The first version's menu.

Maxi 15 - NES - Menu (REV1).png

The revision's menu.


Though the game consists of other games, it does have its own title theme. However, it is directly lifted from Blackjack. However, it has been slightly altered; the square wave was changed from 25% to 50%, and a drum track was added.


# Title ComposerProgrammer Length Listen Download
01 Title Screen Mike SmithGeorge Rucker 1:01


(Blackjack NES credits, game lacks credits.)

The first version of the game released contains a special thanks screen. However, it does not credit Mike Smith. However, the game the song was lifted from, Blackjack, contains credits at the title screen. The Maxi 15 version of Blackjack has the same exact credits screen.

Game Rip





Ripping NES music is an arduous process that is beyond the scope of this site. The music was recorded in NSFPlay Synthesia Mod.


  USA.svg   USA
Maxi 15 - NES - USA.jpg
Title: Maxi 15
Platform: NES
Released: 1992-??-??
Publisher: American Video Entertainment
  Australia.svg   Australia
Maxi 15 - NES - AU.jpg
Title: Maxi 15
Platform: NES
Released: 1992-??-??
Publisher: HES