The Adventures of Gilligan's Island is an adaptation of the beloved TV series developed by Bandai for the NES. It barely qualifies as a brawler. Although it has 3D movement and a combat engine, the game is mainly about avoiding enemies like boars and snakes so you can escort Gilligan through various traps to fulfill mission objectives.
Skipper: "Now hear this everyone! It looks like a storm is coming tonight. We're going to have to build....."
Gilligan: "A large umbrella!"
Skipper: "Shut up, Gilligan! We have to build a hut to protect us from the storm. I want everyone to help gather the necessary materials. The professor will fix the transmitter, Mary Ann will make dinner, and the Howells cut logs."
Howell: "A Howell never does any work that requires manual labor! Go find a contractor, and be quick!"
Skipper: "Never mind, I'll do it myself! Gilligan has picked a place to build the hut! It's right where he's standing now!"
Gilligan: "Oh boy! This is a great spot to build a hut.
One of the characters from the show, Ginger, is not present in this game for some reason.
In case you didn't know the back story, Gilligan's Island was a show about a group of white people who took a boat tour and got stranded on a tropical island. The show is all about their hilarious antics and failed attempts to escape.
I kinda put this game on here as a joke. It's not really a brawler. It's an exploration game with a strong emphasis on escort missions. It does barely have combat, but really you only fight bosses and try to avoid everything else. The text does a good job of conveying the show's humor, but the gameplay is generally dissatisfying.