Code Monkeys

Arcade Classic 2: Centipede/Millipede

Arcade Classic 2: Centipede/Millipede

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Centipede The Forest is Crawling with Critter Chaos! The forest is swarming with tormenting fleas, lethal scorpions and the dreaded Centipedes. Exterminate this insect battalion or they'll eat you for lunch! Millipede The Garden is Infested with Insect Insanity! A poisonous mushroom garden has been invaded by an army of creepy crawlers! Zap menacing Millipedes, jumping spiders, and nasty earwigs before they multiply into an insect epidemic! - Two classic insect-zapping games on one Game Boy cartridge! - The farther these bug-infested games advance, the faster the mania...

Arcade Classic 3: Galaga/Galaxian

Arcade Classic 3: Galaga/Galaxian

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Galaga The Galaga Military Front has Launched a Full Attack! Accompanied by an escort of evil Zakkos and Goei guards, the Boss Galagas attempt to lock you into their tractor beams. Beat the relentless aliens at their own cruel game by uncovering the secret of the Dual Fighter and unleashing your powered-up wrath on the swooping creatures. Test your aim and build up your ship reserves in the Challenging Stages, too! Galaxian Pilot the Galakship and Conquer the Alien Forces! You are a lone Galaxian warrior chosen for a mission to repel the evil Aliens. Your only defense is your trusty...

Manic Monkey Mayhem

Manic Monkey Mayhem

Nintendo Wii - May 24, 2010

As with most fights, nobody really knows where, how or when this rivalry started, but this group of monkeys have not stopped battling for as long as they can remember. Their chosen fighting style is the ancient art of Banana Flinging and, now sworn enemies, this band of angry apes is each determined to outlast the other in a furious contest of fruity war. Controlling one of eight monkeys you will do battle with the up to seven others across eight different themed landscapes. In single player, battle through three increasingly difficult campaigns of missions ranging from survival to coconut...

Manic Monkey Mayhem

Manic Monkey Mayhem

Sony PSP Minis - Released - March 25, 2010

As with most fights, nobody really knows where, how or when this rivalry started, but this group of monkeys have not stopped battling for as long as they can remember. Their chosen fighting style is the ancient art of Banana Flinging and although their manic screams of rage may insinuate uncontrolled anger, they are in fact highly accurate and adept banana flingers. Controlling one of eight monkeys you will compete in battle with a selection of others across eight different themed landscapes with several different game modes to excel in. All the monkeys will be positioned on small...

Missile Command

Missile Command

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1992

Missile Command is an Action game, developed by The Code Monkeys and published by Accolade, which was released in 1992.

Road Rash

Road Rash

Nintendo Game Boy - October 1, 1996

Road Rash is a Racing game, developed by The Code Monkeys and published by Ocean, which was released in 1996.

Shrek Treasure Hunt

Shrek Treasure Hunt

Sony Playstation - October 18, 2002

Players control Shrek on a quest to find ten missing picnic items stolen by the Three Blind Mice. The result is an adventure through ten different locales linked together by the swamp. Players guide Shrek from a third-person perspective as they avoid mischievous swamp critters trying to stun them. Each area contains a mini-game that will reveal one of the lost picnic items once completed. The catch? Shrek must first collect a specific number of items to gain access to the mini-game.

Tomcat Alley

Tomcat Alley

Sega CD - Released - March 1, 1994

Tomcat Alley is one of the last of Sega's TruVideo games for the SegaCD, featuring you and your F-14 Tomcat doing what you do best - dogfighting Russian Migs! This time, a renegade Soviet commander is threatening the United States with chemical weapons from his base in the Mexican desert, and its up to you and your wingmen to fine-tune your air-to-air combat strategies to make the entire western hemisphere safe again! Tomcat Alley was one of Sega's last TruVideo games, featuring what is called "Active Matrix" software, which allows for many different outcomes to any given situation. This...

Universal Soldier

Universal Soldier

Sega Genesis - January 1, 1992

Universal Soldier is the licensed video game based on the 1992 movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. You control Van Damme's character as he turns against his platoon and attempts to bring down the corrupt government organization that created him. This game is a heavily modified port of Turrican II with different player and enemy sprites and cut scenes removed in order to tie it in to the Universal Soldier movie.

WireHead

WireHead

Sega CD - Released - September 1, 1995

Wirehead has the player controlling Ned Hubbard, a man with a wireless controller implanted in his brain, via the joypad. The bad guys are chasing after Ned for his "mind implant", and of course, the only way to get it is to open his head. Reminiscent of Dragon's Lair, a path opens up, and the player has to choose the right direction, otherwise Ned will be killed.

X-Bladez Inline Skater

X-Bladez Inline Skater

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 30, 2003

Get ready to race in the greatest cities of the world in countries like Britain, America, France, China, Australia and South America. Skate around the Statue of Liberty, escape from Alcatraz, get a tan on Bondi Beach, or scale the heights of The Great Wall of China. Obstacles, jumps and opposing racers bring the world and the races to life. Unlock new environments as you progress and upgrade your skates with the money you earn. How are your wheels? Do you need to patch up those injuries with a health boost; can you afford those dream speed skates? All these will change as you progress,...

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