You forgot my Seto Taisho Vs Yokai, Seto Taisho To Kazan, Doom Pit, Cousin Horace, Funky Fungus Reloaded (as part of the Play On Retro cartridge) and (announced, to be released within this year) Sophia and Sophia II.Audionautas wrote: ↑Sat Jul 25, 2020 11:22 amHi
You're talking about "Commercial releases" referring to physical releases, right? In that case there is a lot of commercial games released that way in small batches of hundreds at the most in recent years, obviously not even close to the 80s and early 90s when a game release had thousands of copies, but commercial releases after all. Here is a list of some games with physical version. Classics? I don't know, it's up to each person.
Apart from the shameless plug, there's been too much emphasis on physical releases in the last 2-3 years. Being released on cassette is not a guarantee of being a "classic", whatever that might be. I totally agree with @Nienn Heskil upon this.