Somehow in combing through NES games available on emulators (which means you get access to the mild-nudity stuff banned for distribution in the U.S. way back before things like Grand Theft Auto allowed you to solicit prostitutes and then beat them to death with baseball bats), I somehow failed to ever come across a Japanese game devoted to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, The Great Gatsby! And now you can play it, too! And in just a regular old web browser.
The goal is to track down Gatsby, which I presume would make the last level incredibly easy, since he’d just be pacing in a library, wracked with guilt over accidentally running down someone’s mistress. The game is your basic, multi-tiered setting where you just point and aim at oncoming opponents. I supposed that since the book is about darling aristocrats, it makes sense the majority of enemies are just butlers going about their work.