Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased - October 17, 2017
Ace Harding: Lost in Las Vegas is the sequel to Kemco's point-and-click adventure game, Déjà Vu, about an amnesiac detective trying to remember his identity. It was later released for the Game Boy Color as part of Déjà Vu and Déjà Vu II: The Casebooks of Ace Harding. No prototypes of this game have surfaced so far.
Android - December 19, 2017
Short but adequate! A Pocket-sized RPG! Too many games in the dusty shelf waiting to be played? No problem, just a quickie to beat this one! Here you go an adventure packed with emotion and accomplishment! * Time required to beat the game: 2-4 hours Challenge the foretold doom! "As the life of the Archlion is limited to 1000 years, the Serpent will swallow everything." A hero will appear in a time where the foretold end of the world is approaching. His name is Archlion King, yourself! Set out for a journey toward the far east for the final battle! No more walkthroughs! Only a...
Android - November 4, 2015
After Harvey, a member of a band of outlaws known as the Watchers, is arrested while attempting to loot the chancellor's mansion, he finds himself locked up in the dungeon. There, he strikes up a conversation with a young woman who appears to be in similar straits, but to his surprise, she tells him she is none other than the Princess of the very castle in which they are being held. Not quite believing her tale, yet unable to leave her behind, Harvey assists her in escaping in an effort to find out if she is really not the impostor she is accused of being, or if he is just being taken for...
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - January 10, 2017
One year ago, the world of Asdivine was enveloped by a brilliant flash of light. Since that time, the influence of shadow has only continued to grow ever more powerful across the face of the land. Although the event itself was undoubtedly connected with the heavens, few people seem to have realized the far-reaching implications of what transpired. Now turning to the present, a surprising revelation awaits a young man, Zack, and his childhood friend, Stella, in the capital from a chubby cat claiming to be none other than the Light Deity and declaring the world to be on the verge of...
Android - July 14, 2016
Story Picking up two years after the events of their first adventure, Zack and friends find themselves off on another quest, but this time to save the parallel world of Archelio, which is on the verge of being frozen in ice. However, after a small mishap prior to arriving at their intended destination, the party finds themselves out of weapons and out of luck. Nevertheless, with the help of their new companion Nadia and a fairy named Rapscal, their investigation into the cause of this abnormal phenomenon gets back on track. That is, until a mysterious creature and suspicious fellow with...
Android - April 15, 2015
Travel to distant worlds! A century after the events of Asdivine Dios peace has finally settled in. That is, until a visitor from another world suddenly shows up proclaiming the entire universe is about to be destroyed. Hearing this, Izayoi sets off in an attempt to reverse this seemingly pronounced fate with a trio of very idiosyncratic spirits as they criss-cross four worlds in search of an answer. But what is the answer they find...? Riveting 2D battles! Experience immersive two-dimensional battles like never before! Engaging the enemy on the battlefield is as intense as ever!...
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 1, 2000
Will The Joker have the last laugh? A sleeker, deadlier Clown Prince of Crime is back from the past to terrorize Gotham City in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. When The Joker's recent attacks nearly bring about the demise of the aging Bruce Wayne, it's up to you to help Batman avenge his mentor and send The Joker back to the bottom of the deck... forever!
Sony Playstation - Released - November 20, 2000
Based on the animated movie of the same name, Batman Beyond is a 3D brawler that puts the player on the streets of Gotham (Beyond) to take out the ever-grinning Joker, but before that an obvious long line of evil minions of his —some of which are genetically engineered. Scroll around, punch, kick, ply with bat-weapons, and avoid being on the receiving end of those attacks. There are multiple 'bat suits' that you can choose from, each with their own special abilities and purpose.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 30, 2000
In the future, a new Batman is called upon to fight the criminal element in the futuristic city of Gotham. BATMAN BEYOND: Return of the Joker, based on the animated movie, follows the adventures of Batman as he attempts to solve the mystery of the return of his fiercest foe. This side-scrolling one-player game takes the player through 16 levels patterned the animated series, which provides an authentic look. Progression through these levels is far from linear, allowing players to search out hidden rooms, weapons, and enemies. Batman must keep an eye out for more than just his enemies however,...
Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1990
The game is a side-scrolling adventure game where you control the famous Warner Brothers cartoon character Bugs Bunny on a quest to get to his 50th birthday party. He is armed with a mallet that he can swing at various enemies to defeat them, deflect certain projectiles or destroy bricks. He can also collect hearts to restore his health and carrots for bonus points. At the end of each level, Bugs Bunny had to use his mallet to defeat a Warner Brothers cartoon character such as Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, or the Tasmanian Devil. These other Looney Tunes characters are trying to stop Bugs...
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 1, 1989
The Crazy Castle series is an action-puzzle game series created by Kemco and released on the Famicom Disk System, NES, Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance. It stars different popular cartoon characters, most notably the Warner Bros. cartoon character, Bugs Bunny, and the Walt Disney cartoon character, Mickey Mouse.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 1, 1990
While presented in a side-scroller format, Crazy Castle differed from standard side-scrollers such as Super Mario Bros. in that Bugs Bunny did not have a jump function; therefore, only by taking different routes could Bugs avoid enemies. Some of the levels had boxing gloves, invincibility potions, safes, crates, flower pots, or ten-pound weights that could be used against the enemies in the game. As a result, the game had a "puzzle-solving" atmosphere. Players score 100 points for every carrot with the last one in each floor giving the player an extra life, 100 points for every enemy...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 1, 1991
Bugs is back in the palm of your hand and here's "What's Up, Doc:" Nasty Witch Hazel has nabbed Honey Bunny from a party in the castle and locked her away.This time you'll have to hunt through 28 huge, multi-level rooms to help Bugs rescue his main squeeze. But watch out! Your search for potions, carrots and incredible devices will be stymied by Looney Tunes characters lurking in every corridor. Bringing Bugs and Honey back together is a greater challenge than ever in Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 1, 2000
Bugs Bunny returns in BUGS BUNNYS CRAZY CASTLE 4 for Game Boy Color! Thinking he has found the Carrot Castle, Bugs has once again entered the Crazy Castle. You must help him escape in this single-player action or puzzle game. This time, more than 60 rooms await Bugs, and he'll have to use all of his wits and skills to escape with his "hare" intact. Once again, the Crazy Castle is loaded with traps and hazards that will cut your carrot-collecting career short so make sure you don't get reacquainted with them the hard way. As CRAZY CASTLE fans are probably used to, several Warner Bros. cartoon...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 1, 1999
Bugs Bunny returns to crazy puzzle or action gaming on Game boy Color. Once again you play as the legendary Bugs Bunny as he explores the mysterious Crazy Castle in search of the mother lode of carrots. The castle has all-new rooms with all-new puzzles, so prepare yourself for even more hare-brained action than the last time around. The Crazy Castle is chock-full of hazards and traps that will end your merry little jaunt in a hurry, so keep a sharp eye out. In order to test your reflexes as well as your wits, several Warner Bros. cartoon characters have returned to make Bugs's life that much...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 1, 1999
It might just be the purrrfect action game. As CATWOMAN, the best cat-burglar in the world, you'll move through tight spots and encounter challenging environments. Feline strength? Furtive movements? She'll have to rely on all her cat-like qualities to stay out of harm's way. An agile leap here, a lightning-fast flip there. She has all the right moves and this game has enough excitement to last a lifetime...make that NINE lifetimes!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 23, 2002
Far away in another part of the galaxy (roughly ten gazillion rubber chickens from Earth) floats Planet Clown. It's usually a rollicking place, but folks can't even smile since space pirate Dirty Joe nabbed Princess Honey. Can you track down Dirty Joe, save the princess and make Planet Clown laugh again?
Nintendo 3DS - Released - September 7, 2017
Dai Senryaku VII: Modern Military Tactics is a Turn Based Strategy game (TBS). The game has a generic story line, in that the player is not referred to as a specific country, but as a color in Mission Mode. The game allows the player to fight over several different maps with different objectives choosing from several hundred units. The title is multiplayer, up to 4 people and has a map editor. The player can build, disband, and join units, and save units that have gained experience at the end of battle. Everything from submarines, numerous aircraft, naval ships, apc's, and infantry are...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 1, 1999
Take on two thrilling mysteries in one Game Pak! Life is never boring when you assume the role of Ace Harding, private detective. In Deja Vu I, you will scramble down the dark alleys of Chicago, searching for a cure for you amnesia and a killer who has framed you for a brutal murder. After solving the first case, you'll uncover a few loose strings that gradually unrabel into Deja Vu II. Trapped in the slimy town of Last Vegas, you find yourself dealing with a notorious mob leader who makes you an offer you can't refuse. -Two detailed graphic adventure games in one Game Boy Color Game...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 1, 1989
The player's force consists of nine different types of units and one headquarters unit (which is a unit by itself and also can be used to attack). Each scenario gives a different set number of units to use, which the player can mix and match between the different typese without going over that limit. When in a one-player game, the second controller can be used to modify the CPU forces. When playing against the CPU, the computer will be given a different ratio of units to command than the player. On the easiest scenario both the player and the CPU have the same amount of units, on all others...
Android - May 10, 2017
These are the cities of Dulshara, hidden beyond the enchanting mirages and intense sandstorms of the vast surrounding desert. The people have long lived vigorously even under the tyranny of the Sultan. However, signs of doom were slowly approaching like a viper hunting its prey. From mass kidnappings by the Sultanate Army to a veiled man acting behind the scenes, a chain of mysterious events arose... One day, the young man Elmir is handed a mysterious dagger by a perishing man on the run from the army. Sealed within it was the manifest power of ancient days... This power is known as...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1998
Hey kids! Come along with Donald, his newphews and his girlfriend Daisy as they prepare to compete in the Olympics! With a friend or by yourself, you can give the world's most famous duck a big hand as he goes for the gold in six funny games filled with thrills and spills, giggles and wiggles.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 11, 1985
The general idea of the game is that the player must rescue a POW from a POW camp. Players can die by being shot, falling into water (by drowning), being blown up by a land mine, and being run over by a tank. Players are in possession of machine gun and can use dynamite as a way to attack the enemies. A strict time limit of 24 hours (five real-time minutes) is used in order to keep the pace of the game relatively brisk. After each round is completed, time is taken off the clock to make things more difficult. Land mines, trenches, and barbed wire similar to those used in the First World...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 9, 1991
Sailing across uncharted seas, you and your party are in search of a legendary paradise called Dilmun - a place where the streets are paved with gold and no one wants for anything. However King Drake of Phoebus has declared all magic illegal - magickers have been slain or fled into exile. In retaliation, enemy islands have threatened to unleash their guardian dragons, the most destructive force in the world. While docked at a harbor in Dilmun, you are arerested on suspicion of spellcasting. Imprisoned and stripped of everything but your wits, you are sentenced to life in a cesspool called...
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - December 26, 1986
The player character is a young electrician called Richard Light. He must install electrical wiring in apartment buildings in various American cities. In each building, Richard navigates service corridors to link the electrical wires between each room, As he does so, animals threaten to chew through the wires. When an electrical connection is complete, the live wires illuminate the connected rooms and electrocute the "enemy" animals on contact. If Richard touches any of the rats, bats, or giant insects in the corridor, he loses a life. In the buildings, the player earns points by illuminating...
Sony PSP - June 24, 2014
Throughout history, mysterious objects known as 'Atomigems' have existed all over the world. The people of the world have used them for many things, from simple family heirlooms to even objects of worship. However, recently, a gang known as the Underworld has been going around collecting any and all Atomigems they can find. What exactly is their aim? That's what Eril, known as the Azure Sorceress, intends to find out. Along the way, she'll meet some friends who will help her on this mission, such as Yute, the son of a famous trader, and Earon, a highly-skilled martial arts fighter. Can they...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993
Garfield Labyrinth is a puzzle platformer game released back in 1993 for the Game Boy System (GB). The game tasks you to collect stars that will open the door to the next level.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 14, 1989
How high are your Hopes? How powerful are your Dreams? How strong is your Courage? You'll need them all to help Maria find her parents in the caverns of the Ghost Lion. Use your magic Bombs, Storms and Thunder wisely against Zombies, Goblins, and Kobold, the monster with the face of a dog. Keep your companions close. Centaur, the half-man, half-horse. Twana, Spirit of the Lamp. And faithful Mojo, the Spirit of the Spear. It's the easiest way to get into role playing. And only the biggest supply of Courage will get you and Maria through!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1990
Ghostbusters II is a single-player side-scrolling game. Generally, the player controls a ghostbuster as he explores levels based on the film. The character's goal is to make his way to the museum before time runs out. Two levels involve riding around in the heroes' famous car. In another level the player controls the Statue of Liberty, shooting fireballs. The ghostbuster character is armed with unlimited supplies of slime that can be shot out of a cannon and ghost traps.
Nintendo Entertainment System - October 20, 1987
Around the year 2000, mankind departs a depleted earth and travels through space to the plant Ibaru some 8,500 light years away. There, people live peacefully under the protection of a god whose power source is the Light of Indora. However, a demon siphons the light away from the planet and the god begins to slumber. The surface of the planet transforms into a vast desert and monsters begin to appear. The player must quest to put an end to the demon and restore the Light of Indora to the god that protects the planet.
Nintendo 64 - Released - July 31, 2000
John Romero's Daikatana is composed of twenty-four levels divided into four episodes. The number of maps per level varies but is generally about three. Each episode represents a different location and time period: futuristic Japan, ancient Greece, the Dark Ages in Norway and near-future San Francisco. Gameplay tends towards fast-paced combat, although an attempt at introducing problem-solving elements was also included.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 1, 1992
It's a mind-blower! Welcome to the mind-blowing, bomb-throwing, brain-twisting world of KA-BLOOEY - where any button you push could lead you right to oblivion. You're a weird little bug-eyed spud in a land of exploding tiles, and only your knowledge of demolitions can save you from certain disaster. Use your strategic skill to set off the bombs, before they get you. Watch your step on a tile that's cracked--it's liable to break your back. And be sure not to blow it too soon. There are 130 levels before you make it to total safety!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 2, 1994
"Hey, kid! Help me out! I've got to run for my life from evil space pirate Blackjack. He wants to conquer the planet with bombs, banana peels and booby traps; and I need all kinds of balloons and klown coins to escape! It's the spookiest, kookiest race you can run, with new diagonal scrolling for pie-in-your-face action! Plus hidden zones, power ups and bonus stages that make it a riot to play every time. So get off your butt! Let's go klown around!"
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 30, 1992
"Hi kids. I'm Kid Klown. And you know what? It looks like that mean old magician, the Night Mayor (get it? Nightmare?) has klown-napped my funny family. So I'm going to play a joke on the dude. But I really need your help. Because he lives in a wild klown-dominion, with a bunch of real goons. And all I have is some magic balloons. So c'mon and give me a hand. I just "nose" you can't wait to get started!"
Nintendo Satellaview - 1997
Kid Klown in Crazy Chase is a platform video game developed and published by Kemco for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in North America in September 1994, Japan on October 21, 1994 and in Europe in 1994. The game features the Kid Klown, the player character who is tasked with rescuing the Princess Honey from the villain Black Jack. Players view gameplay from an isometric perspective as Kid Klown pursues a lit fuse in order to stop it from reaching a spade bomb. The game was re-released for the Game Boy Advance and features 11 new levels, four mini-games, and a...
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 10, 1998
Kemco offers up a title that introduces brand new gameplay concepts to the Nintendo 64 with KNIFE EDGE: Nose Gunner. The storyline takes the player to Mars and beyond, battling against enemies of an alien variety. The gameplay takes classic shooting action and sticks it in a first-person perspective, resulting in an intense and action-packed affair. However, the levels are not free roaming, as the action travels along predetermined rails that offer multiple paths to be determined by the player. In addition to the one-player Story mode, there is a Practice mode that allows the player to sharpen...
Android - September 17, 2014
A full-scale Strategy RPG shown at an isometric view! Your aim is to change the course of history. Utilize a number of different classes and skills to crush your enemies! Story Ixtona's long fight has finally come to an end. Many believed that the leadership of the wise king Lefante would pave the way for an era of peace for Prince Kyle and the people of Ixtona, but now... Kyle, the compassionate young prince caught up in plots and conspiracies that have thrown him head-first into a battle that will ultimately decide the fate of his kingdom. The one who waits beyond your...
Android - November 7, 2018
The holy sword that sealed away an ominous power has been drawn out and darkness starts to spill out across the land, mutating people into monsters. The four Tetrarch heroes of ancient times will meet a new band of brave warriors to slash through the darkness with the light of courage! What will they find beyond the chaos? This is a full-fledged fantasy RPG with thrilling turn-based battles. Throw yourself into command battles with up to 10 allies and your own strategy using skill sets. The beautiful pixel animation and art aren't just present in combats but also while you adventure around...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 29, 1994
A young knight and priestess is on a mission to explore all the magic caves located underneath the kingdom's castle. Their first task is to retrieve all the candies stolen by some grey little devils.
Android - November 13, 2012
Through the excesses of science, a “black sun” was created, leading to energy shortages. The world faced a certain doom. After tremendous effort, scientists discovered a chance to save their world by acquiring an unknown energy source in another world beyond the “gate." The mission to research the new world fell to a young scientist named Frain, in Schutzheim. He threw his body into the “gate” alone. The other world was filled with nature and mystery, things he had never seen. But what really awaited him was treachery and betrayal, by his own world. People were trampled by machine...
Android - April 25, 2018
Run an adventure tavern in a fantasy land with Patty! A turn-based RPG where you cook, eat, collect, fight and explore! Premium edition gives 100 bonus jewels! Patty's brother has been possessed by the God of Poverty and the whole family has become poor, with huge debts... This is the beginning of Patty's struggle! To pay back the debts, let's open a tavern in Marenia, gather ingredients, and start cooking! Run the adventure tavern how you like! Collect ingredients and cook new dishes above 600! You get level ups not by defeating monsters, but by eating food. Train your characters,...
Nintendo Game Boy - September 5, 1989
Mickey Mouse is a 1989 action/puzzle video game released by Kemco for the Nintendo Game Boy in Japan. It is the Game Boy version of the Roger Rabbit video game released for the Famicom at the same time.
Amstrad CPC - December 22, 1993
You know that castle thingy that you see on the titles of The Wonderful World of Disney, the one that looks all peaceful an' everythin'? Well, all is not as it seems. Inside the tower Mickey is fighting for peace, justice and the American way. Merlin the magician has had his magic wand stolen by the evil Ogre King. The wand has been split into four pieces and given to witches at the top of the towers in the castle. The ogre has put ghosties and ghoulies and things in the towers to try and stop you from getting the wand back together, but you are armed with a squirt gun and a hammer to deal...
Sony PSP - Released - September 4, 2012
Mystic Chronicles is a Japanese role-playing video game developed by Kemco. While initially released as Fantasy Chronicles for the iOS, the name was retitled as a result of Natsume providing a new English translation for its release on the PlayStation Portable, released in North America on July 16, 2013. The game plays as a traditional Japanese role-playing video game. In the game, the player navigates a character through a fantasy would, interacing with non-playable characters and fighting enemies. When engaging enemies, the game utilizes a turn based battle system reminiscent of ones...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 27, 1987
Nangoku Shirei!!: Spy vs Spy plays almost identically to the original Spy vs Spy game, just with a graphically updated island theme. Instead of rooms full of fixtures that items might be hidden behind, the player must search beaches on islands for items buried in the sand. Specifically, they need to assemble a missile from its parts, presumably so it can be launched at the opponent spy's home country. Finding the missile will allow the victorious spy to escape the island via a submarine (which inexplicably also includes an attractive woman). There are also traps which, like in the original,...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 27, 2001
Aliens are invading Planet Delia! You're Rick Sanada, a crack fighter pilot assigned to the PHALANX A-144, the most powerful spacecraft ever created. Power-up your multiple weapons systems and hang on--the breathtaking graphics in this stunning arcade shooter are light years beyond anything seen in a portable game!
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - April 23, 1993
The Real Ghostbusters is an Action game, developed and published by Kemco, which was released in 1993.
Sony Playstation 3
Revenant Saga is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Kemco, which was released in Japan in 2017.
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - February 16, 1989
Help Roger Rabbit collect hearts in various levels and save Jessica Rabbit while avoiding the dastardly weasels! This was eventually released in the US as Bugs Bunny's Crazy Castle and changed the hearts to carrots and the weasels into various characters from Looney Tunes. This was due to Kemco losing the rights to Roger Rabbit in the US. While presented in a side-scroller format, Roger Rabbit differed from standard side-scrollers such as Super Mario Bros. in that Roger Rabbit did not have a jump function; therefore, only by taking different routes could Roger avoid enemies. Some of the...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 27, 1988
Sanada's father has grown old and is nearing death. To protect the Sanada Clan, Sanada Yukimura must take control of the Sanada Clan and fight against their great enemy, Tokugawa Ieyasu. His father says that he must find ten brave heroes to accompany him in order to stand against Ieyasu. The majority of the game is therefore focused upon seeking these ten heroes.
Nintendo Game Boy - October 1, 1990
As legendary magician Snoopy the Great, you must rescue your assistant Woodstock when his attempt to perform the dangerous Magic Ball Trick goes out of control. Magic Balls are on the attack and even Woodstock has been multiplied by the runaway spell. Maneuver around ever changing barriers and escape through enchanted exits. Summon all your powers to collect Woodstocks through more than 100 levels of escalating jeopardy in… Snoopy’s Magic Show.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 22, 1988
This video game is a collection of six events that uses various characters from the Peanuts series as opponents. Events include boot throwing (similar to hammer throwing), pizza balancing, and sack racing, among others. In the background, landmarks unique to Italy are shown (i.e., Leaning Tower of Pisa) and the structures using Roman architecture (i.e., the Colosseum) are shown while the player competes at the six events. A majority of the game seems to be ported from the Commodore 64 video game Alternative World Games by Gremlin Interactive.
Nintendo Entertainment System - September 25, 1986
Space Hunter (スペースハンター?) is a Japan-exclusive video game that was released in 1986 for the Family Computer. The game was published by Kemco; which was then known as Kotobuki System. The plot apparently revolves around a robotic revolt led by a robot named De Gaulle. It is the year 2199 AD. By the explosions of global nuclear war, society has broken up into nine small expulsions, one of them disappeared and Venus collided with another celestial object. Humanity only slightly survived. Its thread of life barely connected to a body; which was rebuilt into a cyborg. The heroine is named Al...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 1, 1999
The Black Spy and the White Spy have feuded on the pages of MAD magazine for decades. Now they bring their feud to the Game Boy Color. You can play as either the Black Spy or the White Spy, with the goal being to outsmart your opponent and collect five objects hidden throughout the level. As luck would have it, you have an infinite number of booby traps to place throughout the level to get rid of your nemesis. Buckets of water can be set up over doors and items can be rigged with bombs. If your opponent has set a booby trap, you can defuse it with the proper item. Should you get caught in a...
Nintendo Game Boy - June 14, 1991
An evil sorcery blankets the land. A monstrous dragon, having possessed the king, now rules behind an army of hideous creatures. Y ou are the chosen one, the prince of destiny, who must save the true monarch and restore his kingdom. Summon your courage and wit for the myriad challenges ahead. You must battle ogres, cyclopses, and elusive skeletons. Search for keys to the wizards' gates that guard the invincible "Sword of Hope." Free the sword, and carry its magic to defeat the deadly dragon. Go now. It is time to master your fate.
Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1996
When a pack of vile demons breaks open an ancient casket to release the Dark King, an epic quest ensues. Its up to you to find the magic crystals, return stolen shards of the Earth to their rightful places, and more. The follow up to the acclaimed SWORD OF HOPE, this installment continues to follow the stories of Prince Theo and Layla (the brave warrior who hunts by submarine). Battle the elements as you try to find a passage to the Tower of Mystery. Beware the Dragon of Darkness and muster all of your courage in order to return the stolen Sword of Hope to its place. Role-playing adventure has...
Android - January 10, 2013
Humans, elves, dwarves, the Evils of the Earth-depths, and golems! Different people, different tribes, different motives- all come together in this classic fantasy RPG! The lands where the humans, elves and dwarves live continue to be attacked by hideous creatures that have appeared from the very bowels of the earth. The attacks are frequent and widespread, and the attackers commit the most terrible of atrocities. These attackers have been dubbed the 'Evils of the Earth-depths' One day, Granzalk Castle is the subject of an attack by the Evils of the Earth-depths. In the midst of...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 9, 2001
If realistic racing is your cup of tea, get behind the wheel of the most complete hand-held racer ever. You'll speed through six of Japan's most grueling circuits, blowing past the competition and taking the checkered flag. If the real deal doesn't do it for you, use the game's built-in Track Editor to put together a course that will meet your standards. The All Japan Grand Touring Circuit takes center stage in this detailed extravaganza, as 22 of the Circuits best drivers are the stars here. The vehicles can all be tweaked and upgraded allowing you to truly control your performance and style....
Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 1, 2000
Grab your helmet and drive on up to Top Gear Pocket 2, which features 36 courses and 15 authentic road rally cars. More than just an updated sequel, this racing game is packed with mechanic's gadgets and gizmos. For instance, now you can modify your car before a race--tweak the suspension, transmission, steering, or even change the engines. Pick the parts you'll need to leave everyone else in your rear-view mirror. Winning provides you with enough spending money to customize your ride at the garage or paint shop. With both single-player and versus modes, you can test your modified cars against...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 9, 2001
Tweety's been cursed! A run-in with bad mojo leaves everyone's favorite big-headed bird in danger of being turned to stone. The only way to lift the curse is for Tweety's friends to find five Magic Gems scattered around the world.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 1, 2000
Are you ready to knock out some bad 'ol puttytats? You had better be ready for action if you want to survive the frantic, side-scrolling mayhem of TWEETY'S HIGH-FLYING ADVENTURE for the Game Boy Color. You play as the lovable Tweety Bird in an adventure to save an endangered orphanage. In an animated take on AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS, you travel to 10 different locales and collect pawprints from 80 cats spread across exotic foreign cities. You'll need to bop these kitty cats with weapons and power-ups like spatulas, plunger guns, oil slicks, banana peels, and more. Just be careful to avoid...
Nintendo Virtual Boy - Released - August 11, 1995
Hey batta batta swing! You're in the virtual big leagues now. Playing 18 teams from around the world. Throwing fast balls, forkballs, sinkers, sliders and changeups. Swinging for the fence, and laying down bunts. Shagging flies. Snagging drives. And tagging out runners. All in bigger-than-life 3D. With single game, all star and pennant race modes. And catch this: it's the only baseball game good enough to play in the virtual boy ball park. So don't drop the ball. Pick up a starting pitcher. Set your DH. And step up to the plate.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992
Quick! Get that blaster off your shoulder and zero in on your target with the first Super Scope game using on screen cross hair sights. The nation's main frame bio computer wants to x-terminate Earth. Your mission, should you x-cept it: infiltrate the x-tra defenses, x-plode the overseer's drones and moles that want to make you x-tinct. And x-ray the buggy bio brain with a couple of nuclear weapons. It's an x-plosive situation that only the truly x-cellent can survive.