Sony PSP - Released - March 3, 2008
The most celebrated game of the century is coming to your PSP! Since its introduction in 2000, the Blokus board game has sold 3 million games and become a classic in 35 countries. It has also earned 26 prestigious awards worldwide, including the Cannes International Toy Festival award, the Paris Toy Grand Prix and the Japan Boardgame prize. Now this fan and critic favorite blends its outstanding puzzle gameplay with the beloved characters from the Steambot Chronicles series. Simple to learn but difficult to master, it will have you hooked in no time!
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - July 10, 1992
Color Wars is a puzzle game in which up to four players try to win by putting colored balls on poles, converting adjacent balls to their color. Each stage consists of a rotatable 3D screen containing a number of poles of the same height. Players take turns in placing balls onto these poles. Adjacent balls (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) can be "captured" and hence change their color. Points are awarded per ball of each color. The round ends when there is no more place on the poles to put balls onto, and the player with the most points wins. The story mode begins with an...
Sony Playstation - Released - December 25, 1997
Formula Grand Prix: Team Unei Simulation 2 - 1997 Han is a Racing game, developed by Tomcat System and published by Coconuts Japan, which was released in Japan in 1997.
WonderSwan Color - Released - September 13, 2001
The story is based on the Baroque Works Saga. The straw hats finds a new companion who uses a boomerang as weapon. Along with the new companion they must fight Baroque Works and save Alabasta.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 2, 1992
Gekibo: Gekisha Boy is a 2D side-scrolling game in which you play the part as a camera man who is out to snap some high paying photos to please their contractor. You control the movement of the shutter aim and you have slight control over the character as well (using the same style of control as such games as Cabal). You walk along a side-scrolling street and you have to snap unusual/tragic/funny or simply weird photos to rack up the points. It can be anything from crashing airplanes to Marilyn Monroe lookalikes and UFOs abducting cars. Every stage has a set score you need to reach to progress...
WonderSwan Color - Released - November 16, 2002
The third Inuyasha game Kagome no Yume Nikki is a sequel to the first Kagome no Sengoku Nikki. As you can see from the word “Yume” in the title, “Dream” is an important factor in this “Dream Diary”. The basic system of the game is the same as Sengoku Nikki, and the story is advanced while repeating the "contact part" and "adventure part", but this time a "dream event" occurs at the end of the day. In "Dream Event", you can see situations that cannot be seen in anime and manga, as well as modern events that were requested in the previous work. This time, the enemy is also named after the...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 23, 1998
Gourgeous King is the third title in the Itadaki Street series, and is essentially an expanded remake of Itadaki Street 2. Most of the characters and maps from the previous release have returned, along with eight new maps and a dozen new characters. The main new feature is a story mode called Sugoroku Town, which is based on the board game minigame from the Super Famicom version of Dragon Quest III, and the Official and Tournament modes from the previous edition also return.
Sony Playstation - December 4, 1996
Kurukuru Twinkle: Onegaioho Shisama is a puzzle game in which the player can choose between two characters a male and a female one and in which the gameplay is to put together three pieces of the same kind. The game features cute 2d character, a fine and challenging gameplay (the difficulty is increasing with the increasing game levels) and even a 2 players vs mode.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 28, 1994
Masakari Densetsu: Kintarou Role-Playing-Hen is a Role-Playing game, developed by Tomcat System and published by Tonkin House, which was released in Japan in 1994.
WonderSwan - Released - August 5, 1999
The games story follows the Conan through his school life which intertwines with his search for justice. He forms a Junior Detective League in his school to help him out. This cast of characters will help supply you information throughout the game. The gameplay consists of using a map screen to travel to a number of areas collecting clues for the case you are on. Each area offers you the ability to examine the area, talk to bystanders, collect items, and sometimes attack if a threat is apparent. This game includes five scenarios, roughly translated to English as: - Continuous high...
WonderSwan - Released - July 27, 2000
Detective Conan returns to the WonderSwan continuing his efforts to thwart the dreaded Black Organization. The game features new mysteries and new characters from the Conan universe. New features include finding keys. Keys represent actual bits of evidence you can use to solve the logic puzzles in the game once you find all the keys you will be able to attempt to solve the puzzle. However, often in the search for keys one finds hints. Hints are bits of information that will point you in the right direction of a key. Hints also be presented, singularly or combined, to various people in an...
WonderSwan Color - Released - April 15, 2001
Cursed jewels, the party, and murder. And in the middle of it all, our shrank detective, Kudou Shinichi, who now goes by the name of Conan Edogawa. The player gathers clues by listening to other characters, gathering key words, and most importantly, deducing the truth behind the mystery. The game can be linked with the previously released Meitantei Conan titles for WonderSwan which will effectively alter the story and add a branching path. Notebook with data is compatible with the one from previous works can also be imported.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 31, 1995
The Monopoly Game 2 is a game based on Monopoly: the famous Parker Brothers board game about acquiring property and making money. It is the sequel to the earlier Super Famicom exclusive 1993 Monopoly licensed game from the same publisher. Neither game was released or localized outside of Japan. As was the case with its predecessor, the player can explore a hub area (this time the Boardwalk Hotel) that leads to various Monopoly games, as well as areas that allow players to learn the history of the board game or its rules. There is also a Monopoly quiz the player can try. Players earn tokens...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - October 8, 1999
Othello Millennium is a board game developed by Tomcat System and published by Tsukuda Original for the Game Boy Color platform. Othello Millennium was only released in Japan.
Sony Playstation 2 - November 1, 2004
Radio Helicopter: Turn your Control Pad into a radio remote control Have you ever wanted to drive a remote controlled helicopter? Radio Helicopter offers you just that, from the comfort of your sofa and above all without having to face unforeseen expenses. Keep an eye on the trajectory and try to accomplish the various objectives that are proposed to you, such as landing with daring maneuvers on the designated areas. Explore the environments inside the house and then go outside to venture into the vastness of the garden, but pay attention to the indicator of the battery charge ... if you...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1993
Ants. You've shared your food, your home and your planet with them. You've stepped on them, sprayed them, cursed them and bombed them. Now you can be them! Experience life as an ant: fight for queen and colony, face hungry spiders and menacing hordes of enemy ants, eat yummy caterpillars, and drive those yucky humans out of the house! Based on real ants, SimAnt has the depth of play and serious gaming challenge to really drive you buggy. SimAnt is about the closest you'll get to being an ant without growing more legs, removing your brain and living in a hole in the ground.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992
Introducing a simulation game on a global scale! SimEarth lets you take charge of your own living planet from its birth until its destruction, 10 billion years later. Control one of 8 planets (such as Mars or Venus) or create a new randomly generated world. Take charge of evolution and decide which will be the first civilized species: dinosaurs, birds, fish or... Control volcanoes, earthquakes, tidal waves. Create forests, swamps, and jungles. Move mountains, destroy continents. Adjust the atmosphere and rainfall to make deserts or rain forests. Maps, graphs and special close-up features give...
Sony PSP - Released - April 26, 2006
The Doko Demo Suiri is an Adventure game, developed by Tomcat System and published by D3Publisher, which was released in Japan in 2006.
WonderSwan - Released - April 20, 2000
Slither Link is a puzzle game from the pages of the Nikoli puzzle magazine. While Nikoli is widely known for coining the puzzle name Sudoku, they also have produced a myriad of puzzles often dealing with numbers. In this puzzle the player needs to create a loop around the fields grid without having the loop's line cross itself. This would of course present little challenge if it weren't for those pesky numbers. The field is dotted with numerals that signal how many times the line may be next to it. The number one may only have the line contiguous with it on one side, the two two sides, the...
Nintendo Virtual Boy - Released - September 29, 1995
Space Squash is an Action game, developed by Tomcat System and published by Coconuts Japan, which was released in Japan in 1995.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - May 19, 1995
Super Keiba 2 is a horseracing sim from Tomcat and I'Max and the sequel to their 1993 Super Keiba. Players raise racehorses, enter them into races and can also monitor other horseraces and gamble. Like Super Keiba, the game has multiple options for raising the horse ideally and breeding them when the time comes. Super Keiba 2 is the sixth horseracing game to be released on the Super Famicom in 1995, making it one of the most popular genres for that year.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 12, 1993
Wakataka Oozumou is a Sports game, developed by Tomcat System and published by Imagineer, which was released in Japan in 1993.