Taito

Ah Eikou No Koshien

Ah Eikou No Koshien

Arcade - April 1, 1991

Ah Eikou no Koshien is a 1991 arcade baseball game by Taito Corporation released. The game is played under normal baseball rules with the exception being that players can charge themselves up to attempt a better hit or pitch.

AI Shougi

AI Shougi

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1995

AI Shougi is a Board game, developed and published by Taito and released in Japan in 1995.

Air Inferno

Air Inferno

Arcade - Released - 1990

A helicopter rescue simulation with polygon-based graphics. The pilot will have to fly his helicopter through different missions, playing firemen by dropping water on burning houses and landing to rescue people. Missions include landing on ships, houses, skycrapers and flying through sandstorms. In the first mission, you fly the chopper to a burning skyscraper. A voice will cry out, "Operate the fire extinguisher NOW!" and you point toward the flaming window and press the extinguisher. Then with the fire out, you fly and land on the building to pick up survivors. Later missions include...

Albert Odyssey

Albert Odyssey

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 5, 1993

Albert Odyssey (アルバートオデッセイ Arubaato Odessei?) is a tactical role-playing video game developed and published by Sunsoft and released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan in March 1993. The game features strategy-based combat in addition to traditional role-playing game elements in two-dimensional environments. It is the first game in the Albert Odyssey series, and was followed by two sequels, Albert Odyssey 2: Jashin no Taidou in 1994, and Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean in 1996. On June 12, 1996, Albert Odyssey was made available as a full game download on the Satellaview...

American Horseshoes

American Horseshoes

Arcade - Released - 1990

Animated players compete by throwing horseshoes towards a stake in the ground. Points are awarded for horseshoes that touch the post. Higher scores are achievied by getting a "ringer" which is when the horseshoe hooks onto the post, swings around and makes a ringing sound this is where the term got its name.

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1987

Arkanoid is an arcade game developed by Taito in 1986. It was ported to the BBC Microcomputer and released by Imagine in 1987. This game is derived from the older Breakout style of game in which a bat and ball was used to smash bricks in a wall. In Arkanoid the bat becomes a Vaus spaceship and the ball an energy bolt. Power-ups are caught by positioning the Vaus below them as they fall (meaning that you risk missing the ball if you go for them at the wrong time). The power-ups include lasers (which are mounted to each side of the ship and allow you to shoot out the blocks), a catching...

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

MS-DOS - Released - 1988

The original Breakout concept involves controlling a bat at the bottom of the screen and using it to catch and direct a ball so as to hit all the bricks which are arranged at the top of the screen. It was unpopular for over a decade, before Taito revived it with some new ideas in this arcade game. The game's plot redefines the bat as a Vaus spaceship, the ball as an energy bolt, and the bricks form a mysterious wall stopping the ship from progressing to safety. By the mid-80s, power-ups were popular in most types of arcade games, and Arkanoid features them. They are caught by positioning...

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

Microsoft MSX - 1986

Arkanoid is an arcade game developed by Taito in 1986. It expanded upon Atari's Breakout games of the 1970s by adding power-ups, different types of bricks, a variety of level layouts, and visual layering and depth. The title refers to a doomed "mothership" from which the player's ship, the Vaus, escapes. The player controls the "Vaus", a space vessel that acts as the game's "paddle" which prevents a ball from falling from the playing field, attempting to bounce it against a number of bricks

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1986

Arkanoid is an arcade game developed by Taito in 1986. It is based upon Atari's Breakout games of the 1970s. The title refers to a doomed "mothership" from which the player's ship, the Vaus, escapes.

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 26, 1986

It's a real block-buster! Use your special Vaus controller to shatter the walls of the space system in 33 amazing rounds of a fight for survival! Control the action of your adventure with the high speed controller included. Use with Arkanoid now... use with other great Taito games to come.

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

Commodore 64 - Released - June 15, 1988

Can you survive the challenge? The award winning arcade original voted "one of the best home video games ever" by Electronic Game Player Magazine is ready and waiting for you to play on your home computer. The non-stop space action thrusts you into a do-or-die battle for survival and thrills you through 33 screens of challenge and excitement. Arkanoid game features include arcade quality graphics, full range sound effects and 33 action screens.

Arkanoid

Arkanoid

Apple II - Released - 1988

The original Breakout concept involves controlling a bat at the bottom of the screen and using it to catch and direct a ball so as to hit all the bricks which are arranged at the top of the screen. It was unpopular for over a decade, before Taito revived it with some new ideas in this arcade game. The game's plot redefines the bat as a Vaus spaceship, the ball as an energy bolt, and the bricks form a mysterious wall stopping the ship from progressing to safety. By the mid-80s, power-ups were popular in most types of arcade games, and Arkanoid features them. They are caught by positioning...

Arkanoid DS

Arkanoid DS

Nintendo DS - July 17, 2008

Classic gameplay with a new twist! You know the drill: reflect the ball to break the blocks. Power-ups can make your job easier, or, sometimes, harder. Challenging new stages and options await!

Arkanoid II

Arkanoid II

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 8, 1988

Eons have passed... yet despite apparent annihilation in the original ARKANOID game, Dimension-controlling force DOH has come back to life, and occupying the huge spacecraft ZARG, has entered our universe. ARKANOID-type spacefighter MIXTEC runs through long forgotten computer data until it finds the answer to this threat... VAUS 2 is launched and speeds towards the threatening alien presence, before it can extract its revenge... "Arkanoid II"!

Arkanoid II: Revenge of Doh

Arkanoid II: Revenge of Doh

Commodore 64 - Released - November 11, 1988

HE'S BACK. HE'S MAD. HE WANTS REVENGE. Eons ago, you battered DOH into an intergalactic pulp and escaped. But a scrap of DOH's core energy survived... And now DOH's hurtling toward you across space and time in the Xorg, a huge spaceship that's crashed into our universe from an unknown dimension. Use your ultra-fast reflexes and intense concentration to get to the core of the Xorg without pounding your ship to interstellar scrap. Or take a break from battle. Create your own force barriers with the Arkanoid Construction Set, the latest in intergalactic dimension-building tools. If you're...

Arkanoid II: Revenge of Doh

Arkanoid II: Revenge of Doh

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1988

Revenge of Doh is a direct sequel to the original arcade smash Arkanoid. Along with improved graphic engine, better sound and music, better hardware support and more levels, Revenge of Doh also features a built-in editor and allows you to create your own level sets! A long time period passed and the dimension controlling force Doh has again come back to life. Occupying the huge starship Xorg, it has entered our universe from a different dimension. Mixtec, Arkanoid type spaceship, has lauched the craft Vaus II to make a preemptive attack on Xorg.

Arkanoid Plus!

Arkanoid Plus!

Nintendo Wii - September 28, 2009

Relive the old school days of Arkanoid… ARKANOID Plus! is an updated version of the original arcade blockbuster. Players must destroy colored blocks by guiding an Energy Ball around the screen using a spaceship called a VAUS. The game features a host of new modes and settings which radically alter the gameplay experience: "Arcade Mode" consists of 61 Rounds divided into left and right versions with two types of boss characters appearing in the last Round; "VS Mode" lets players face off against a friend or the CPU; and the unfailingly frantic "Time Mode" challenges players to clear Rounds...

Arkanoid: Doh It Again

Arkanoid: Doh It Again

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1997

Arkanoid, one of the best-selling, most loved video games in history is back with more challenges and special features than ever before! In your scout ship, you will be racing through a galaxy crowded with solar block and powerful enemies, clearing the path with laser beams and energy balls. Test your reflexes in 99 levels of twisting puzzles, or use EDIT to build your own course. 9 types of power capsules drop from shattered blocks, changing the capabilities of your scout ship. Arkanoid for the Super NES is even compatible with the Super NES Mouse to enhance your maneuvering skills. Two...

Arkanoid: Revenge of DOH

Arkanoid: Revenge of DOH

Arcade - January 1, 1987

The mysterious enemy known as DOH has returned to seek vengeance on the Vaus space vessel. The player must once again take control of the Vaus (paddle) and overcome many challenges in order to destroy DOH once and for all. Revenge of Doh sees the player battle through 34 rounds, taken from a grand total of 64.

Arkanoid: Revenge of Doh

Arkanoid: Revenge of Doh

Atari ST - 1987

Revenge of Doh differs from its predecessor with the introduction of "Warp Gates". Upon completion of a level or when the Break ("B") pill is caught, two gates appear at the bottom of the play area, on either side. The player can choose to go through either one of the gates - the choice will affect which version of the next level is provided. The fire-button is only used when the Laser Cannons ("L") or Catch ("C") pill is caught. The game also features two new features for bricks. Notched silver bricks, like normal silver bricks, take several hits to destroy. However, after a short period...

Ashura Blaster

Ashura Blaster

Arcade - Released - 1990

Ashura Blaster is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Taito in 1990. The player controls a helicopter (selecting 1 of 4 bomb configurations) and shoots enemies in the air and ground, collects power-ups, and defeats bosses to advance levels. The kanji characters on the titlescreen read 'Ashura'. Ashura is a demon related to fighting.

Astro Zone

Arcade - Released - 1980

You are invited to enter the weird, terrible, strange yet thrilling dimension of... Astro Zone... a new dimension in shooting games. Shoot the aliens as they emerge on the screen. Shoot fast as there is a time limit on each frame.

Asuka & Asuka

Asuka & Asuka

Arcade - Released - 1988

A jet-shooter with interesting bosses like a two-headed sea monster! A mysterious invasion force known as the Galaxy Highters invades the Earth in the year 1996. With their abilities in space time manipulation, they are able to invade several time lines in Earth’s history and occupy each one simultaneously. In order to stop the Galaxy Highters, Earth’s militaries design the 'Flying Bird', a jet fighter capable of time travel, enabling it to fly into occupied time lines.

Attack (Taito)

Attack (Taito)

Arcade - Released - September 1, 1976

A military shooter where players shoot on-screen enemy vehicles including tanks, jeeps and trucks.

Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble

Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble

Arcade - June 1, 2002

Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble is a game based on the Azumanga Daioh anime and manga which was released by Taito Corporation as an arcade-only Puzzle Bobble spin-off on June 1, 2002. It was developed by MOSS for the Sega NAOMI GD-ROM arcade and distributed in Japan exclusively. It also has a two-player mode and the original voice actors from the Azumanga Daioh anime reprise their roles. It is controlled using one joystick and two buttons

Bakushō Jinsei 64: Mezase! Resort Ō

Bakushō Jinsei 64: Mezase! Resort Ō

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 24, 1998

Bakusho Jinsei 64: Mezase! Resport O is a board game based on the Japanese board game Jinsei Game. It is an adaption of the Western Game of Life, but the game has more similarities to Monopoly. It is primarily aimed at multiple players and focuses on the financial success of the participants.

Bakushou!! Jinsei Gekijou

Bakushou!! Jinsei Gekijou

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 17, 1989

Bakushou!! Jinsei Gekijou is a board game which is at the same time a life simulation. Four characters participate in the game, one of which is controlled by you, and the others either by the computer AI, or by other players. In the beginning, all your characters are at a "starting position", on a map that is composed of circles, some of which are empty, while others represent a building or a certain event. A roll of dice determines how many moves the character will make. Depending on the circle the character steps on, different things will occur. Random circles will take you to a journey or...

Balloon Bomber

Balloon Bomber

Arcade - March 1, 1980

You control a shooter that moves left and right and shoots balloons that drop bombs at you. If the bomb misses you, it makes a crater at which point you cannot move past, thereby limiting your movement to avoid bombs.

Bari Bari Densetsu

Bari Bari Densetsu

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - November 29, 1989

Based on a manga, Bari Bari Densetsu is something of a rare breed on the Engine - a motorcycle racing game. You can pretty much guess how it works - there's a World GP mode where you have to compete in a variety of races in order and a Travel mode that let's you pick a track of your choice. Also to consider is the gubbins that make up your bike, such as tyres, engine, brakes etc as these have an effect depending on the type of course and the weather conditions. Races are started with a qualifying lap that lets you get the feel of the track, followed by the race proper. You are then placed and...

Battle Gear 3

Battle Gear 3

Sony Playstation 2 - December 25, 2003

Battle Gear 3 (???·??3 Batoru Gia Suri?) is a 2002 arcade online racing game released by Taito and based on real Japanese locations such as Hakone and touge races on board tuned sports cars licensed by famous Japanese makers including Nissan, Toyota and Mazda. On December 15, 2003, Taito released an updated System 246 version named Battle Gear 3 Tuned (???·??3·??????) and featuring seven extra cars including the Mazda RX-8 Type-S (SE3P) and the Nissan 350Z (Z33). Also, four new tracks (the B courses) including a secret one, were added, as well as an exclusive "Takumi Mode" ("????"?). The...

Battle Shark

Battle Shark

Arcade - Released - 1989

The world is at war and battles have moved from the land and the surface of the oceans to underwater but it has been discovered that after many battles and failed peace treaties, a huge heavily armed base, sits on the bottom of the ocean. You are the commander of a submarine and you have been tasked to travel to the base and destroy it before the war is lost. Battle Shark is a 1st person perspective shooter where you look through a periscope and shoot and destroy as many other submarines and various other crafts and vehicles on your journey to the base. You fire a limited amount of...

Ben Bero Beh

Ben Bero Beh

Arcade - Released - 1984

Ben Bero Beh is a single screen platform game where you play the role of a superhero and you have to get to the bottom of a burning building from the top and rescue your girlfriend. There is only one route to the bottom of the screen and to get to a lower floor, you have to use the stairs on the sides of the screen. The main obstacle are the flames themselves, but you are armed with a fire extinguisher which puts out the flames and if you touch the fire then you lose one of three lives. As the building burns it starts to fall apart with gaps in the floors appearing and if fell through you lose...

Big Event Golf

Big Event Golf

Arcade - Released - 1986

A challenging 18 hole championship golf course specifically designed for the beginner and pro golfer in everyone. The player is a participant on an 18-hole championship golf course. His objective is to acquire the lowest score possible. The rules used in this game are the same as in actual golf.

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth

Sony Playstation 4 - November 4, 2014

The Binding of Isaac is a randomly generated action RPG shooter with heavy Rogue-like elements. Following Isaac on his journey players will find bizarre treasures that change Isaac’s form giving him super human abilities and enabling him to fight off droves of mysterious creatures, discover secrets and fight his way to safety.

Birdie King

Birdie King

Arcade - Released - 1982

An early golfing arcade game from Taito released in 1982. The game had two sequels Birdie King 2 in 1983, and Birdie King 3 in 1984.

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Sega Game Gear - 1994

THESE ARE TWO HUNGRY DINO-MIGHTS AND THEY'VE GOT BUBBLE FIGHT'N FUN DOWN TIGHT. You and your two brontosaurus buddies, Bub and Bob, are up to your brows in bubble troubles. You've got to battle battalions of bullies by blowing and bursting billions of bubbles. It's a fast-paced bubble banquet through dozens of screens of slap happy suds. Got an appetite for fun... then get blowin'.

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Amstrad CPC - January 1, 1987

Bubble Bobble is an arcade game by Taito, first released in 1987 for the Amstrad CPC.The game, starring the twin Bubble Dragons Bub and Bob, is an action-platform game in which players travel through one hundred different stages, blowing and bursting bubbles, dodging enemies and collecting a variety of items. The game became very popular and led to a long series of sequels and spin-offs. The main goal of the game is to rescue Bub and Bob's girlfriends from the Cave of Monsters. It is an early example of a game with multiple endings, which depend on the player's performance and discovery of...

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1991

Take a deep breath and hold on tight - You're about to join in a bubble fight! Bobble through 99 magical worlds with our brontosaurus buddy, looking for wondrous treasures and daring adventures (not to mention a ton of fun!). You have to battle foe after foe, but just face each and blow! Trapped in your bubbles, the enemies are helpless till they escape - and when they do, they'll come after you! So hop on a bubble and float far away, to find secret rooms and special surprises. Whoever thought that just blowing bubbles could help you defeat all of your troubles!

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1988

THESE ARE TWO HUNGRY DINO-MIGHTS AND THEY'VE GOT BUBBLE FIGHT'N FUN DOWN TIGHT. You and your two brontosaurus buddies, Bub and Bob, are up to your brows in bubble troubles. You've got to battle battalions of bullies by blowing and bursting billions of bubbles. It's a fast-paced bubble banquet through over 100 screens of slap happy suds. Got an appetite for fun... then get blowin'.

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1986

In the game, each player controls one of the two Bubble Dragons, Bub and Bob. The player can move along platforms, as well as jump to those above and to the side, similar to most platform games. The player can also blow bubbles. These can trap enemies, who are defeated if the bubble is then burst by the player's spiny back. The bubbles also float for a time before bursting, and can be jumped on, allowing access to otherwise inaccessible areas. Players progress to the next level once all enemies on the current level are defeated.

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1988

Bubble Bobble is a platform game, with each level being a single screen. The enemies must be cleared from a level to go to the next one. With one player controlling Bub and the other controlling Bob, the player can jump and collect items for points (such as fruit). The real power Bub and Bob have however is the ability to blow bubbles. These bubbles can be as platforms to leap on, or to trap enemies. Enemies trapped in a bubble must be popped by jumping into them, wherein they'll turn to fruit. Additionally, power-ups sometimes float by in bubbles. They include lightning, which flies out...

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Atari ST - 1987

The game, starring the twin Bubble Dragons Bub and Bob, tasks players with travelling through one hundred stages, blowing and bursting bubbles, jumping on and off blown bubbles to navigate level obstacles, dodging and eliminating enemies, and collecting a variety of items including some that carry 'power ups' and significant bonuses. For example, some wrapped candies allow Bub and Bob to move faster, blow bubbles faster, and blow bubbles at greater distances. Other items, such as umbrellas, allow to skip numerous levels, moving closer to the final level. The game became popular and led to a...

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

Bubble Bobble is the story of two humans, Bub and Bob who wander into the mysterious cave of monsters and magically turn into dinosaurs. The only way to transform back is to reach the end of the cave... Bubble Bobble is a platform game, with each level being a single screen. The enemies must be cleared from a level to go to the next one. With one player controlling Bub and the other controlling Bob, the player can jump and collect items for points (such as fruit). The real power Bub and Bob have however is the ability to blow bubbles. These bubbles can be as platforms to leap on, or to trap...

Bubble Bobble

Bubble Bobble

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - October 30, 1987

In the game's plot, "Baron Von Blubba" has kidnapped the brothers Bubby and Bobby's girlfriends and turned the brothers into Bubble Dragons, Bub and Bob. Bub and Bob have to finish 100 levels in the Cave of Monsters in order to rescue them. In the game, each player controls one of the two dragons. Players can move along platforms, fall to lower ones, and jump to higher ones and over gaps. Each level is limited to a single screen, with no scrolling; however, if a screen has gaps in its bottom edge, players can fall through these and reappear at the top. Each level has a certain number of...

Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

Sega Saturn - Released - 1996

In the game, each player controls one of the two Bubble Dragons, Bub and Bob. The player can move along platforms, as well as jump from one platform to that above, or to the side, in a similar way to most platform games. The player can also blow bubbles. These can trap enemies, who are defeated if the bubble is then burst by the player's spiny back. The bubbles also float for a time before bursting, and can be jumped on, allowing access to otherwise inaccessible areas. Players progress to the next level once all enemies on the current level are defeated. Enemies turn "angry" – becoming...

Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1996

There is no antidote, no vaccine, no serum and no cure. Bubble Bobble® and Rainbow Island™, two irresistible arcade classics are back! Crush, burst, blast and blow bubbles, solves mazes and defeat the baddies across 125 levels of mindboggling, rainbow-rocking gameplay... because they don't make them like they used to! Bubble Bobble® and Rainbow Islands™-The lost generation of gaming for the next generation!

Bubble Bobble Neo!

Bubble Bobble Neo!

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - September 16, 2009

The action game classic Bubble Bobble returns as an XBLA game! Encase your enemies in bubbles with the bubble-spitting dragon Bub! Enjoy a full-on recreation of the arcade version of the original game in Classic Mode (100 rounds), as well as various new features such as offline co-op play for up to 4 players in Arrange Mode (100 rounds) and competitive play in VS Mode. Learn the various techniques of the game and clear all the rounds!

Bubble Bobble Part 2

Bubble Bobble Part 2

Nintendo Game Boy - July 1, 1993

BUBBLE BLOWING DINO-MYTE! As a bubble-blowing dinosaur you challenge a world filled with enemies! Pop special bubbles to release floods, fire, and thunderbolts on the foes who stand in your way. Explore dozens of stages to find magical cups, crystals, doors and more in this exciting game of action and discovery.

Bubble Bobble Plus!

Bubble Bobble Plus!

Nintendo Wii - February 10, 2009

Bubble trappin’ & poppin’ action! Relive the classic or try new rounds. Solve hidden puzzles and seek the true ending. BUBBLE BOBBLE Plus! is a simple yet exhilarating action game where you control the bubble-blowing dragons Bub and Bob, trapping enemies in bubbles and then popping them. You can play all 100 of the Standard Mode rounds, which faithfully re-create the nostalgic arcade game, or try 100 new Arrange Mode rounds, which allow up to four players to play on stages with exciting new features such as new enemies and stage layouts. There are also Super Mode rounds for you to enjoy....

Bubble Memories: The Story Of Bubble Bobble III

Bubble Memories: The Story Of Bubble Bobble III

Arcade - Released - February 1, 1996

One day, the twins Bubby and Bobby, intermarried with Bub and Bob, playing together to the tower where they live, are transformed into bubble-blowing dragons by the evil Dark Super Great Dragon that takes possession of the tower. The twins must climb the 80 floors of the tower to take seven colorful potions, free it from his clutches and regain their human forms. Bubble Memories (バブルメモリーズ) is the sequel to Bubble Symphony and is the fifth Bubble Bobble game (although it is listed as being the third). Unlike Bubble Symphony, this game stars only two dragons, Bub and Bob, like the original...

Bubble Symphony

Bubble Symphony

Arcade - Released - 1994

Eight years since the introduction of the renowned puzzle maze game "Bubble Bobble" comes its upgraded reincarnation with more excitement. Players select their characters from Bubblun, Bobblun, Cururun, or Cororon. Each dragon has its own characteristics. Beat the enemies, collect hidden items and reveal the secrets! While the game plays identically to its predecessor, several new changes and additions have been made to breathe new life into the classic gameplay. As well as new bonuses, weapons, enemies and characters, players can now create 'Multiple Bubbles'; if the player holds the...

Buggy Challenge

Buggy Challenge

Arcade - Released - 1984

Drive a buggy over dirt mounds and avoid obstacles: rocks, fences and other buggies. The object is to complete the four levels without running out of gas.

Builder's Block

Builder's Block

Sony Playstation - Released - July 12, 2000

Builder's Block is a puzzle game in which you must construct buildings and then eliminate them for points. Although a certain color can only eliminate itself, the object of this game is to match colored blocks together to form buildings. Once you have made a building, you can eliminate it by shooting a block on the corner of it. The larger the building, the more benefits you'll reap when you destroy it! The game can be played three different ways: Puzzle mode, Battle mode, and Arcade mode. In the Puzzle mode, you must travel to one of seven different courses and construct specific size...

Bust-a-Move

Bust-a-Move

Arcade - December 1, 1994

Bust-a-Move is the ultimate in cute and fun action puzzle games. The rules are easy; aim left and right and shoot your bubbles. When three or more of the same color bubbles are joined together, they burst. The greater the number of bubbles you burst at the same time, the more points you get. One player versus the computer or against a friend; It's easy and fun to play.

Bust-A-Move

Bust-A-Move

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - December 1, 1994

Bust-a-Move, also known as Puzzle Bobble in Japan, is a 1994 tile-matching arcade puzzle video game for one or two players created by Taito Corporation. It is based on Taito's popular 1986 arcade game Bubble Bobble, featuring characters and themes from that game. Its characteristically cute Japanese animation and music, along with its play mechanics and level designs, made it successful as an arcade title and spawned several sequels and ports to home gaming systems.

Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Bust-a-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Nintendo Game Boy - 1997

BUST-A-MOVE 2 is the lightning quick, ultra-intense, 100% addictive, arcade puzzler that's gonna grab you and never let go! As the balls descend, you're gonna need sharp eyes and quick reflexes to match 3 or more balls and pop them...fast! Insane two player action pits you against an opponent in a race to bust or be busted!!

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Sega Saturn - Released - January 1, 1996

Puzzle Bobble 2 is the first sequel to "Puzzle Bobble". It was entitled in Europe and North America as Bust-A-Move Again on the arcade and Bust-A-Move 2 on the home consoles. Released into the arcades in 1995, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64 and PC conversions followed. The game was included in Taito Legends 2, but the US arcade version was included on US PS2 version instead. The game is a spin-off from Bubble Bobble. The game builds on the original by adding a tournament style variation on the two player game for play against the computer and by adding a branching map to the one...

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Bust-A-Move 2: Arcade Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - March 29, 1996

Bub and Bob are back! Like in Tetris in reverse, you shoot bubbles at an array of different-colored bubbles stuck in an ever descending ceiling, attempting to match them up three by three to make them disappear.

Bust-A-Move 3 DX

Bust-A-Move 3 DX

Nintendo Game Boy - 1998

So you think you've mastered every puzzle game in the universe, eh? Well, think again. Our all-new Bust-a-Move 3 will have you eating humble pie 'til your gut hurts. But hang in there, after your ego recovers a bit, you'll learn to smash through all the complex levels of dazzling rainbow spheres. And when you figure out what it takes to win, challenge friends to a head-to-head and watch them squirm. Just try not to laugh too hard.

Bust-A-Move 4

Bust-A-Move 4

Sony Playstation - Released - January 31, 2000

Puzzle Bobble 4 (also known as Bust-a-Move 4 in North America and Europe) is the third sequel to the video game Puzzle Bobble and is the final appearance of the series on the Arcade, PlayStation and Dreamcast. The game is also the final title to be recognizably similar in presentation to the original. Building upon the success of Puzzle Bobble 3, the game adds a pulley system that requires two sets of bubbles, attached to either side of a rope hanging across two pulleys. The game contains a story mode for single player play.

Bust-A-Move 4

Bust-A-Move 4

Sega Dreamcast - Released - March 16, 2000

Puzzle Bobble 4 (also known as Bust-a-Move 4 in North America and Europe) is the third sequel to the video game Puzzle Bobble and is the final appearance of the series on the Arcade, PlayStation and Dreamcast. The game is also the final title to be recognizably similar in presentation to the original. Building upon the success of Puzzle Bobble 3, the game adds a pulley system that requires two sets of bubbles, attached to either side of a rope hanging across two pulleys. The game contains a story mode for single player play.

Bust-A-Move Again

Bust-A-Move Again

Arcade - Released - 1995

Puzzle Bobble 2 is the first sequel to "Puzzle Bobble". It was entitled in Europe and North America as Bust-A-Move Again on the arcade and Bust-A-Move 2 on the home consoles. Released into the arcades in 1995, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64 and PC conversions followed. The game was included in Taito Legends 2, but the US arcade version was included on US PS2 version instead. The game is a spin-off from Bubble Bobble. The game builds on the original by adding a tournament style variation on the two player game for play against the computer and by adding a branching map to the one...

Bust-A-Move Again

Bust-A-Move Again

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1996

Puzzle Bobble 2 is the first sequel to "Puzzle Bobble", It was entitled in Europe and North America as Bust-A-Move Again on the arcade and Bust-A-Move 2 on the home consoles. Released into the arcades in 1995, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64 and PC conversions followed. The game was included in Taito Legends 2, but the US arcade version was included on US PS2 version instead. The game is a spin-off from Bubble Bobble. The game builds on the original by adding a tournament style variation on the two player game for play against the computer and by adding a branching map to the one...

Bust-A-Move Ghost

Bust-A-Move Ghost

Sony PSP - April 4, 2006

Bust-A-Move is back and bursting onto the PlayStation Portable! Join Bob and Bub plus new characters, never before seen games and ways to play including spooky Ghost Mode! Pop matching colored bubbles to solve puzzles in a variety of game types including head-to-head play. Whether you are a first-timer or an expert bubble launcher, you will be sure to find brain-teasing fun in the over 1000 puzzles available in Bust-A-Move Ghost

Bust-A-Move Plus!

Bust-A-Move Plus!

Nintendo Wii - April 7, 2009

BUST-A-MOVE Plus! is a simple but hugely addictive puzzle game in which you must try to burst a multicolored mass of bubbles with your very own bubble launcher! Every time you make a group of three or more bubbles of the same color, they pop! There are two game modes available: 1P Puzzle, where players tackle the game’s 135 stages in pursuit of a new high score or best time; and Battle, in which players take on friends or computer-controlled opponents. And if all of that doesn’t satisfy your passion for popping, there are a total of 270 extra stages waiting for you in the two purchasable...

Bygone

Arcade - 2019

An innovative and fun platform game. The player controls a small blue Slinky robot, jumping while adhering and moving through a series of natural platforms levels and must eliminate different kinds of enemy creatures and catch special robotics parts to become different types of robot, always with the possibility once transformed of returning it to its bygone form and try different combinations of transformation, to reach higher zones and defeat the boss, a stone monster that must be shoot several times in his eye without touch it, to go to next levels. Trivia: It seems this game was...

Cadash

Cadash

Arcade - Released - June 1, 1989

Cadash is a platform action role-playing game. The player chooses one of the four character classes in the beginning of the game: fighter, priestess, mage, or ninja. The protagonist fights his or her way through dungeons, attacking physically or casting spells (as priestess or mage). Like in regular platform games, there are places where the player character is required to jump, duck, or climb. The protagonist gains experience for defeating monsters, and their level rises in a true RPG fashion.

Cadash

Cadash

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 18, 1991

Arise brave warrior, our services are once again needed! Baarogue the Destroyer has kidnapped the King's only daughter, Princess Sarasa, and is now bent on universal dominance! Become a powerful Fighter, a resourceful Mage, a magic-laden Priestess, or an agile Ninja in your quest to return peace to the once-tranquil land of Deerzar! Be wary on the path to your goal! Baarogue has littered it with many foes, from the re-animated Hands of Stone to the Giant Pedra- Pods of Dokra-ri. Enlist the services of a trustworthy friend to aid you, for this quest allows two brave souls to venture forth via...

Cadash

Cadash

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1992

Cadash is a platform action role-playing game. The player chooses one of the four character classes in the beginning of the game: fighter, priestess, mage, or ninja. The protagonist fights his or her way through dungeons, attacking physically or casting spells (as priestess or mage). Like in regular platform games, there are places where the player character is required to jump, duck, or climb. The protagonist gains experience for defeating monsters, and their level rises in a true RPG fashion.

Cameltry

Cameltry

Arcade - 1989

There's a kind of knick-knack you may find in dusty games rooms, a maze through which you navigate a marble by subtly tilting the board, dancing with gravity and momentum, deftly rolling your sphere out of dead ends and around the obstacles posed by holes in the board. Marble Madness explores this theme in a fudged 3-D perspective, Cloud Kingdoms in a flat 2-D one -- both by directly influencing the actions of the ball. The game takes a different approach toward a similar end; instead of moving the ball around the board, you move the board around the ball. That's right; from the get-go,...

Camping Mama: Outdoor Adventures

Camping Mama: Outdoor Adventures

Nintendo DS - September 6, 2011

Hard working Mama is finally taking a vacation, and you’re invited to her island getaway! Play as Mama’s son or daughter as you set up camp, interact with wildlife, endure forces of nature, and even hunt for treasure! • Explore 38 adventurous levels with Mama, Papa, and family. • Master 100 different games! Climb, swim, cook, raft, and so much more! • Craft homemade items like fishing poles and nets to survive in the wild. • Collect insects, fish, treasure, and more to add to your scrap book.

Chack'n Pop

Chack'n Pop

Microsoft MSX - 1984

Chack'n, a small yellow creature with extendable legs must traverse a series of single-screen mazes. He is capable of walking on floors or ceilings but not walls. He can climb steps and traverse high walls by extending his legs until he is tall enough to pass onto the next step. He is capable of throwing hand grenades to his left or right which, after a short period, explode into a cloud of smoke. Separate fire buttons control rolling to the left or right. Chack'n is killed if caught by the explosion cloud.

Champion Wrestler

Champion Wrestler

Arcade - Released - 1989

Champion Wrestler is a fighting game produced by Taito in 1989.

Champion Wrestler

Champion Wrestler

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - December 14, 1990

Champion Wrestler is a wrestling game where you have the choice of eight fighters to become champion. You have various moves to use to beat your opponent into submission including kicks, punches and throws. The action is viewed from the side at an elevated angle showing the whole ring. If you leave the ring you have a small time limit to get back into the ring or it's fight over. Up to four players can play and the multi-player options are one player versus the computer, two players fighting each other, two players fighting together against the computer or four players split into two teams...

Champion Wrestler

Champion Wrestler

Sony Playstation - Released - February 16, 1996

Wrestling game "champion wrestler," which gained popularity in the arcade, was reborn in addition to the immersive live by Shigeru Kajihara! Up to four people can play simultaneously as well, you can also enjoy a large number of people tag match incandescent. In order to take the TWF championship belt, the game will challenge us formidable enemy skills with. Champion Wrestler was a 2D wrestling arcade machine game released in 1989 by Taito in which players can select from ten different wrestlers, including such Taito game luminaries as Miracle Rastan. Each wrestler is rated for several...

Change Lanes

Change Lanes

Arcade - Released - 1983

Change Lanes is a racing arcade game which was released by Taito America Corporation in 1983. The player must use a steering wheel and gear shifter to take control of an amphibious red car (with a single pedal, to make it accelerate). It can drive anywhere, on roads and in rivers, and can crash into CPU-controlled cars or scenery objects countless times; however, doing so consumes fuel and once the car runs out of fuel, the game is over.

Chaos Heat

Chaos Heat

Arcade - Released - 1998

Chaos Heat is a 3D hack 'n slash with modern weapons like flamethrowers, machineguns, and grenades. Players have to battle against zombie like creatures in a biotech lab.

Chase Bombers

Chase Bombers

Arcade - January 1, 1993

Chase H.Q.

Chase H.Q.

Arcade - January 1, 1988

Chase H.Q. (チェイスH.Q.?, "Chase Headquarters") is a 1988 arcade racing game, released by Taito. It is a spiritual successor of Taito's 1987 Full Throttle. The player assumes the role of a police officer named Tony Gibson, member of the "Chase Special Investigation Department." Along with his partner, Raymond Broady, he must stop fleeing criminals in high-speed pursuits. The game was well received in the gaming industry resulting in three arcade-based sequels being released; Special Criminal Investigation (1989), Super Chase: Criminal Termination (1992) and Chase H.Q. 2 (2007). Two spin-offs...

Chase H.Q.

Chase H.Q.

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1991

Chase H.Q. (チェイスH.Q., "Chase Headquarters") is a 1988 arcade racing game, released by Taito. It is sometimes seen as a spiritual successor to Taito's earlier Full Throttle. The player assumes the role of a police officer named Tony Gibson, member of the "Chase Special Investigation Department." Along with his partner, Raymond Broady, he must stop fleeing criminals in high-speed pursuits.

Chase H.Q.

Chase H.Q.

Sega Game Gear - Released - March 8, 1991

The fastest, most thrilling, 3D driving game yet! Take the wheel of your turbo-charged Porsche as you and your partner go in pursuit of dangerous criminals all driving an evil array of souped-up roadsters. TURBO BOOST! Need to catch up in a hurry? Well, just one press of your Turbo Button will leave your eyes in the back of your head! Barrelling through the city streets, along the roughest of dirt tracks and through busy tunnels - if you can hold the line! The low-life can run, but they can't hide...

Chase H.Q.

Chase H.Q.

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1989

Chase H.Q. (チェイスH.Q.?, "Chase Headquarters") is a 1988 arcade racing game, released by Taito. It is sometimes seen as a spiritual successor to Taito's earlier Full Throttle. The player assumes the role of a police officer named Tony Gibson, member of the "Chase Special Investigation Department." Along with his partner, Raymond Broady, he must stop fleeing criminals in high-speed pursuits. The game was well received in the gaming industry, resulting in three arcade-based sequels being released: Special Criminal Investigation (1989), Super Chase: Criminal Termination (1992) and Chase H.Q. 2...

Chase H.Q. 2

Chase H.Q. 2

Taito Type X - 2007

The player takes control of three main vehicles. One of which is a modern stock sports car, a patrol sports car and a striped muscle car. Each level consists of one simple goal of racing to the end with the intent of defeating the villain vehicle, which has to be damaged enough to be taken down and the criminals taken into custody. Some villains have tricky tactics that make gameplay more challenging. Gameplay is also based on a point system.

Chase H.Q. II

Chase H.Q. II

Sega Genesis - October 22, 1992

The player takes control of three main vehicles. One of which is a modern stock sports car, a patrol sports car and a striped muscle car. Each level consists of one simple goal of racing to the end with the intent of defeating the villain vehicle, which has to be damaged enough to be taken down and the criminals taken into custody. Some villains have tricky tactics that make gameplay more challenging. Gameplay is also based on a point system.

ChoroQ

ChoroQ

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

The Choro Q video game is based on Takara's Choro Q cars (also known as Penny Racers). In each level of this platform game you - a Choro Q car - have to build two other cars. The components from which a car must be built are chassis, engine and coachwork, what of course must occur in the correct order. During your attempt to build cars you are pursued by hostile cars and tanks. When the first car is assembled entirely it then will change into a coin. Collecting that coin gives you temporarily invulnerability, so you can chase the hostile cars and tanks for bonuses. Don't drive too fast or you...

Chou Hatsumei Boy Kanipan: Hirameki Wonderland

Chou Hatsumei Boy Kanipan: Hirameki Wonderland

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999

Cho Hatsumei Boy Kanipan is a continued story from Hatsumei Boy Kanipan. Kanipan is now a teenager, and still a famous inventor. But one day, a mysterious ship fell from the sky and crashed at a beach. Inside was a female humanoid that has forgotten all about herself. It is up to Kanipan to revive the humanoid's memory, and he accidentally discover that his planet is in great danger as he strived... Based on the anime Chou Hatsumei Boy Kanipan Hirameki Wonderland (that was also released in Sega Dreamcast), the Playstation game is about moving around different places and collect items to...

Colony 7

Colony 7

Atari 2600 - 2017

Colony 7 is an arcade shoot 'em up published by Taito in 1981. It contains elements of both Taito's own Space Invaders and Atari's Missile Command. Colony 7 was the inspiration for the successful Atari 2600 game Atlantis from Imagic.

Command War: Super Special Battle & War Game

Arcade - 1992

Continental Circus

Continental Circus

Microsoft MSX

The home conversions of Continental Circus lack the full-on 3D and special glasses of the arcade version, but retain the essential gameplay structure. The first race is in Brazil and features 100 cars, and requires you to finish in the top 80 in order to qualify for next race. As you work through the 8 races the size of the field steadily decreases, but so does the worst acceptable finishing position to qualify. The car has high and low gears, and is susceptible to damage from contact with another car. Once you hit a car or a piece of the trackside scenery you will be called into the pits -...

Continental Circus

Continental Circus

Arcade - Released - 1987

Continental Circus is a racing simulation arcade game, Created and manufactured by Taito in 1987. It was later ported to various home computers in 1989, including the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MSX and ZX Spectrum. It was then released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC as part of Taito Legends. The arcade version of this game comes in both upright and sit-down models, both of which feature shutter-type 3D glasses hanging above the player's head. According to Computer and Video Games in 1988, it was "the world's first three dimensional racing simulation.

Cosmic Monsters

Cosmic Monsters

Arcade - Released - 1979

A clone/bootleg of the classic invading space aliens game.

Cosmic Monsters 2

Cosmic Monsters 2

Arcade - Released - 1979

This appears to be a follow up to Cosmic Monsters. Not much different, maybe the speed of the aliens.

Crime City

Crime City

Arcade - 1989

A one or two player sideways scrolling platform shoot-em-up in which two cops, by the name of Tony Gibson and Raymond Brody, fight gangs of criminals over six platform-strewn stages. Each stage centres around a specific criminal activity, such as bank robbery or smuggling. The ultimate goal in Crime City is to find the King-pin 'boss' characters that await the players at the end of each level, and arrest them. The game's heroes start each level armed with a pistol, and extra weapons become available as players progress through a level. Both the pistol and additional weapons have only a...

Crypt Killer

Crypt Killer

Sony Playstation - Released - June 1, 1997

Light-gun games have been rather sparse on the Playstation, but CRYPT KILLERS tries to remedy that. The game starts with an ancient legend: an ancient civilization existed before the more recent civilizations of the Mayans and Egyptians, but that civilization suddenly disappeared. Some believe that aliens visited the ancient civilization and left behind crystals that allowed people to travel through time. These crystals became known as the Eyes of Guidance. The search for the crystals has heated up since more information has been discovered; you know the locations of the eyes and want to claim...

Cyber Diver

Cyber Diver

Taito Type X - Released - 2009

Cyber Diver is an Action game, developed and published by Taito Corporation, which was released in Japan in 2009. Features 5 v 5 Arena Combat

Cycle Maabou

Arcade - Released - 1984

Cycle Mahbou © 1984 Taito Corp. It's a rather unique game of skill and different test. You play the role of a guy on a unicycle he advance through the track, and must performed timed jumps to land on various items to collect points, holding the button longer does longer jumps or short jumps. At the same time you need to balance your character using the paddle / spinner control so things can get quite tricky. Each stage gives you a target score and a bonnus stage.

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou

Nintendo Satellaview - 1997

Daibakushou Jinseigekijou: Ooedo Nikki is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 4 runs between March 2, 1997 and February 21, 1998. From November 15, 1998 and onward, the game dropped its subtitle to become simply Daibakushou Jinseigekijou.

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 25, 1992

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou ("Great Hearty Laughter Theater Life") is a board game simulation based loosely on the Jinsei Game, the Japanese equivalent of Milton Bradley's The Game of Life. It is the fourth game in the series and the first for the Super Nintendo. Each player (with a maximum of four human players) begins as a toddler and ends on retirement age, passing through each stage of life by landing on squares, earning money and increasing/decreasing their stats (which then affects how much money they earn). Each stage of life is a self-contained board and the first player to reach the...

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou: DokiDoki Seishun Hen

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou: DokiDoki Seishun Hen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 30, 1993

Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou: Dokidoki Seishun Hen ("Great Burst of Laughter Theater Life: The Heart-Pounding Adolescence Chapter") is the second Super Famicom game in the Bakushou Jinsei Gekijou franchise and the fifth game overall. Like the rest of the series, it is a competitive multiplayer board game that plays similarly to Milton Bradley's The Game of Life, known as the Jinsei Game in Japan. Unlike Daibakushou Jinsei Gekijou, which carried the player from infancy to retirement age, Dokidoki Seishun Hen focuses entirely on highschoolers. The goal is to learn as much knowledge as possible,...

Darius

Darius

Arcade - Released - 1986

Darius is a two-dimensional horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up set in a fictional future. Uniquely among shoot 'em ups, the game's screen is three times wider than conventional size, and the arcade cabinet uses an arrangement of three screens to accommodate it. The player controls an ornate fighter spacecraft, named the Silver Hawk, and must navigate through scrolling terrain while battling a variety of fighter craft, ground vehicles, turrets, and other obstacles throughout the game's stages (referred to as zones in the game.) The ship's arsenal consists of forward-firing missiles, aerial...

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