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3D MahJongg

3D MahJongg

Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 22, 2012

3D MahJongg is a new take on the old game of Mahjong Solitaire (a.k.a. Shanghai Solitaire). It uses the same set of 144 tiles. The object of the game is simple; find two matching tiles that are not blocked by other tiles on either side (up and down is not an option), and slowly whittle away at the layout till all of the tiles have been removed. While simple in practice, the possibilities are endless. The game has two sets of rules, Rivers and Classic. In Rivers, tiles must be on the same layer, and the line connecting them may not change direction more than twice. In Classic, tiles must not...

ACME Animation Factory

ACME Animation Factory

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994

Get set to"draw, pard'ner"-- and design, paint and animate, too! Acme Animation Factory is more than a video game. It actually lets you create your own cartoon adventures starring your favorite Looney Tunes friends! - Create and save cartoons to watch any time! - Choose from a full menu of Looney Tunes scenes and characters, or draw your own! - Color your creation any way you want, then add titles and create music! - Use your control pad or the Nintendo mouse to make it even easier! Step into the Acme Animation Factory. You'll come out cartoon crazy!

After Burner

After Burner

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 30, 1989

You scream off the carrier, there's no time to think! You're caught in a swarm of enemy aircraft and more are dead ahead. They're closing at Mach 5, as your machine guns start blasting. Burn through a sky of flying metal! Radar-lock on the frontal attackers and respond with missiles. Your enemies are specks on the horizon, then instantly they're in your face, launching even faster missiles! Nothing can prepare you for the incredible speed of the attack. Hit your afterburner! Dive and twist! Throw your plane into a 360 roll as the enemy spins by so close you almost touch wing tips. Day or...

Albert Odyssey

Albert Odyssey

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 5, 1993

A tactical role-playing that 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. Players assume the role of Albert, the young heroic swordsman who lives in a fantasy world filled with monsters and mythical creatures. While much of the world remains in relative peace following a great war many years before, a military faction led by the dark magician Globus...

Albert Odyssey

Nintendo Satellaview - Released - 1998

BS Albert Odyssey is a Strategy game, developed by SunSoft and published by Tokai Engineering, which was released in Japan in 1998.

Albert Odyssey 2: Jashin no Taidou

Albert Odyssey 2: Jashin no Taidou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1994

Albert Odyssey 2: Jashin no Taidou is a tactical role-playing video game developed and published by Sunsoft for the Super Famicom and released in December 1994. It is the sequel to the original Albert Odyssey and retains many of the same gameplay and story elements while featuring enhanced graphics and battle features. The game is set ten years after the previous title and follows the story of Dean, a young warrior who is enthralled by the exploits of the hero Albert who saved the world a decade earlier from an evil magician. Setting off on his own journey to investigate the conflict, Dean...

Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean

Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean

Sega Saturn - Released - July 24, 1997

The game follows the adventure of Pike, a young boy whose family was murdered by a horde of monsters while still an infant, and is raised by a family of winged humanoids known as Harpies. Ten years later, his adoptive sister is turned to stone by an evil mage. Together with Cirrus, a talking sword housing the spirit of one of the legendary Eldean siblings, Pike travels the world to search for a cure, and discovers a plot by a group of evil magicians to turn the world's races against each other and revive the ancient god Vlag. Together with the help of friends he meets along his journey, Pike...

Armored Core: Master of Arena

Armored Core: Master of Arena

Sony Playstation - Released - February 29, 2000

Behind the scenes in Isaac City, two corporations are embroiled in a vicious fight for control and supremacy over the general populace. During one of the most violent encounters between the corporations, a large number of innocent civilians are caught up in the chaos and perish. One survivor, a young man, loses his entire family. A few months later, the embittered survivor decides to take action and exact revenge; his target is the pilot of an AC. That pilot is simply known as "Hustler One", and he pilots the AC around which events on that tragic day played out. In order to discover more and...

Astra Super Stars

Astra Super Stars

Sega ST-V - Released - December 6, 1998

An anime one-on-one 2D fighting game, Astra Superstars pits all the champions of the magical kingdom against each other in a series of 3-round fights to earn the right to challenge the evil Satan Volte and try to put an end to his reign of terror. Seeing as how all the fighters have magical abilities, the fights take place in mid-air, allowing you and your opponent to fly all over the arena while you try to defeat each other using your basic attacks, special moves (triggered by specific controller motions) and super attacks.

Astra Super Stars

Astra Super Stars

Sega Saturn - Released - August 6, 1998

A one-on-one 2D fighting game, Astra Superstars pits all the champions of the magical kingdom against each other in a series of 3-round fights to earn the right to challenge the evil Satan Volte and try to put an end to his reign of terror. Seeing as how all the fighters have magical abilities, the fights take place in mid-air, allowing you and your opponent to fly all over the arena while you try to defeat each other using your basic attacks, special moves (triggered by specific controller motions) and super attacks (which deplete your energy bar but cause tremendous...

Astra Super Stars

Arcade - Released - June 6, 1998

An anime one-on-one 2D fighting game, Astra Superstars pits all the champions of the magical kingdom against each other in a series of 3-round fights to earn the right to challenge the evil Satan Volte and try to put an end to his reign of terror. Seeing as how all the fighters have magical abilities, the fights take place in mid-air, allowing you and your opponent to fly all over the arena while you try to defeat each other using your basic attacks, special moves (triggered by specific controller motions) and super attacks.

Atlantis no Nazo

Atlantis no Nazo

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 17, 1986

Several years ago, a gigantic island arose from the southern Atlantic Ocean due to sudden shifts on the Earth's surface. Numerous adventurers made their way to the island to investigate, but none of them were able to return home safely. This island was named Atlantis, and nobody approached it out of fear. The game's main character is an amateur adventurer named Wynn, who decides to go to the island after learning that his master disappeared on the island over half a year ago. Armed with the special dynamite invented by the master, Wynn heads over to Atlantis all by himself to face an evil...

Batman

Batman

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 12, 1990

The TurboGrafx-16 version of Batman: The Video Game is a top-down maze-like game, somewhat similar to Pac-Man or Bomberman. The game consists of five stages based on the movie: the Streets of Gotham, Flugelheim Museum, AXIS Chemical Factory, the Parade and the Cathedral, where Batman finally faces the Joker. The first four stages are divided into 12 sub-stages or mazes. Each main level has its own objective, which basically consists of finding items in the mazes: collecting "smilex" components in the streets of Gotham, cleaning paintings at the museum, planting bombs at the factory and...

Batman: Return of the Joker

Batman: Return of the Joker

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 1, 1992

THE JOKER IS BACK. AND HE'S THE ONLY ONE SMILING. The seedy underworld is crawling with criminals. Even worse - THE JOKER is back on top of 'en all! Law and order means nothing... Until now. Because BATMAN is here - and the action is hotter than ever! Extra-flexible dual scrolling. Pulse quickening music. And supersharp graphics! And this time, BATMAN hits fast and hard. Running, swinging and leaping to attack! And striking at the heart of THE JOKER. The CAPED CRUSADER™ has a totally new arsenal at his command: Batarang™ and Grappling Hooks. He can climb walls. Or beat his enemies...

Batman: The Video Game

Batman: The Video Game

Sega Genesis - Released - July 27, 1990

Let The Battle Begin. This is your chance to battle the diabolical Joker for the freedom of Gotham City. Incredibly strong and armed to the teeth with a vengeance, Batman is prepared to put his life on the line to seek out The Joker and put an end to his evil reign of terror. But it will not be easy. With the help of the Batmobile, Batwing, and you, Batman will face an army of deadly enemies as he leaps, flies, and dodges their fire on his way to The Joker's hideaway. Prepare yourself for thrilling excitement, action packed adventure, and awesome power. The Joker awaits you!

Batman: The Video Game

Batman: The Video Game

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 13, 1990

He's totally new. Totally tough. And he'll stop at nothing to make sure justice prevails! From the dark streets of GOTHAM CITY to the deepest corners of the criminal underground comes the CAPED CRUSADER as you've never seen him before. Incredibly strong. Armed to the teeth. And ready to put his life on the line for the sake of all, on a search-and-destroy mission to end THE JOKER'S reign of terror. He leaps, he flies, he dodges enemy fire and delivers it right back ... with a vengeance. This is no kid stuff. This is as real as video gaming gets. If you liked what you saw in the movie,...

Batman: The Video Game

Batman: The Video Game

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1989

He's totally new. Totally tough. And he'll stop at nothing to make sure justice prevails! From the dark streets of GOTHAM CITY to the deepest corners of the criminal underworld comes the CAPED CRUSADER as you've never seen him before. Incredibly strong. Armed to the teeth. And ready to put his life on the line for the sake of all, on a search-and-destroy mission to end the Joker's reign of terror. He leaps, he flies, he dodges enemy fire and delivers it right back... with a vengeance. This is no kid stuff. This is as real as video gaming gets. If you liked what you saw in the movie, you're...

Bay Route

Bay Route

Arcade - Released - March 1, 1989

Bay•Route is a side view scrolling run 'n gun shooter where the screen scrolls from left to right when you move, and you play the role of a soldier in the distant future as you try to stop terrorists. As you run along and shoot or avoid the enemy there are elements of platform action as you can move up or down various levels of the screen. You are able to shoot in multiple directions and certain terrorists when shot leave behind an icon which gives you better fire-power. You will also encounter various vehicles like bikes, planes, flying armoured ships, and guns that fire multiple bullets. At...

Bay Route

Bay Route

Sega System 16 - March 1, 1989

Bay Route is a platform "Run and gun" arcade game developed by Sunsoft and published by Sega in 1989. Players control a soldier and shoot terrorists, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels. Players can select one of four configurations on their gun.

Benkei Gaiden

Benkei Gaiden

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 22, 1989

For many years, monsters have been terrorizing the peaceful lands, until finally, the Buddhist priests known as the Dharma Eyes found a safe heaven in a secluded temple, where they raised young martial artists who would eventually liberate the people from the monsters. One day, one of these disciples was kidnapped by monsters and taken into their tower. The current Dharma Eye instructs another disciple, named Oniwaka, to venture towards the tower to the south and find a way to rescue his friend... and perhaps finally put an end to the monster invasion. Benkei Gaiden is a traditional...

Benkei Gaiden: Suna no Shou

Benkei Gaiden: Suna no Shou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 11, 1992

Benkei Gaiden: Suna no Shou is a Japanese RPG set in a version of Ancient Japan filled with monsters and youkai. The game is either a sequel or an enhanced port of the PC Engine game Benkei Gaiden. The game is a traditional top-down turn-based RPG in the vein of Dragon Quest. The player is able to choose between a male or a female avatar and name them, recruiting other characters as the game progresses.

Blaster Master

Blaster Master

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 17, 1988

You've fallen down a hidden manhole into a world of creatures so terrifying they'd scare the rats away. You can panic and perish, or blast your way through an endless maze of tunnels, searching for the secret passages to your escape. And that's the easy part. Because the Masters of the Caverns lay waiting - prehistoric creatures so powerful, so gigantic, they literally fill your screen! So load your arsenal and get ready for BlasterMaster.

Blaster Master: Blasting Again

Blaster Master: Blasting Again

Sony Playstation - Released - February 7, 2001

Years ago, the Earth was threatened by an evil being known as the Plutonium Boss. The Plutonium Boss and his minions were devouring the Earth from within, and if they had succeeded, Earth would've been destroyed. He didn't count on a young man named Jason, a beautiful alien woman named Eve, and their battle tank, the Sofia MA-01...because of his underestimation, the Plutonium Boss was defeated. Since then, Jason had been defending the Earth from any threat that arises, with Eve by his side. She even bore him two children, Roddy and Elfie. Jason trained Elfie in engineering, and Roddy in...

Blaster Master: Enemy Below

Blaster Master: Enemy Below

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 24, 2000

Jason, brave hero of yesteryear, is roused from retirement by the news that mutant lifeeorms, thought to have been long since destroyed, are once again on the move, hollowing out subterranean niches in the image of their old haunts. The decision to reactivate Sophia seems to Jason nothing more than an inevitability. Back into the cold once more... - Eight areas to explore, to find the keys and kill the sub human bosses - Use the tank’s suction system to drive up walls and along ceilings - Drive Sophia or go it alone with Jason.

Blaster Master: Overdrive

Blaster Master: Overdrive

Nintendo Wii - Released - February 8, 2010

BLASTER MASTER OVERDRIVE is an action-shooter charging players with saving the world from virus-infected mutants. BLASTER MASTER OVERDRIVE is an action-adventure game that takes place on an Earth infected by an aggressive, polymorphic virus. Poor, defenseless animals worldwide infected by the virus have been turned into flesh-eating, hemoglobin-swilling terrors. Fortunately, the world has Alex. And, even more coincidentally, he happens to be one of the world’s foremost biologists - specializing in viral mutation profiles and genetic manipulation. Every studious biologist facing imminent...

City Hunter

City Hunter

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - March 2, 1990

Ryo Saeba - a "Sweeper", bodyguard for hire, handsome, talented and the finest shot in Shinjuku. He's also a monumental lecher who only accepts beautiful female clients and will do anything to get a peek at their bodies. But keeping watch on him is his partner Kaori, sister to his ex-partner who was killed on one fateful night. Kaori has talents herself, being able to produce enormous mallets seemingly from thin air whenever Ryo is acting up around the ladies - and she isn't afraid to use them. City Hunter is based on the very popular manga/anime by Tsukasa Hojo. The game itself is a kind...

Daffy Duck

Daffy Duck

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 30, 1994

YOU MUST BE DAFFY TO PLAY THIS! Daffy Duck becomes legendary space hero Duck Dodgers in the 24th and a 1/2 Century once again to match wits and lasers with his old nemesis Marvin the Martian! It seems Marvin the Martian is out to conquer the galaxy and only a stubborn space cadet like Duck Dodgers can thwart his evil plans. Armed with an Acme Jet-pack and ray gun the heroic duck leaps into this crazy adventure! Blast bizarre alien creatures to atoms, evade treacherous boody traps and duck out of danger in the nick of time! Action and excitement are here in this thrilling space saga for...

Dead Zone

Dead Zone

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - November 20, 1986

Dead Zone is a futuristic digital comic and text adventure game by Sunsoft. In the space calendar 0385, the Earth suffers from overpopulation and humans started to build space colonies. Kirk, Dead Zone's protagonist, works for the Earth federation's space development office. He is a brilliant engineer in space physics and he works for Sirius' third planet colony. He also got engaged with his beloved girlfriend Marry but had to postpone their wedding because of work obligations. Five months later, Kirk accompanied by his robot Carry , decides to meet Marry at last and to prepare the ceremony....

Dino Hockey

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

Dino Hockey is a cancelled ice hockey game for the NES, which was given a fleeting mention in GamePro magazine. A prototype was eventually found by the Nolan brothers and dumped on July 21, 2013. The prototype is of a very early build, which is extremely unstable and crashes frequently.

Doraemon no Eawase Montage

Arcade - Unreleased - 1993

Doraemon no Eawase Montage is an unreleased virtual slots arcade game that was developed by Sunsoft, and planned to be released in 1993. The game was unknown to the public until a prototype PCB was found and substequently dumped. The game has three slot wheels, that each have part of a main character's face. After inserting a coin, the three slot wheels will start to spin. Each wheel can be stopped by pressing a corresponding button. Depending on how many parts of the stopped slot wheel match, the player will earn a different amount of points.

Fantasy Zone (Sunsoft)

Fantasy Zone (Sunsoft)

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 20, 1987

Two different versions were released for the Famicom/NES. The Japanese version was released in 1987, developed and published by Sunsoft. The American unlicensed version was released in 1989, developed and published by Tengen. In the space year 1422, the Fantasy Zone was cast in panic at the collapse of the interplanetary monetary system. The Space Guild brings to light the plans of the planet Menon, whose forces are stealing the other planets' currencies to fund a huge fortress in the Fantasy Zone. Opa-Opa is sent to stop the invading army and discover who is behind it. In the end, it turns...

Fester's Quest

Fester's Quest

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 13, 1989

It's just a kidnapping. Of an entire day. By an alien UFO! Will Fester sit still for this? The quest begins. For starters, take on slime replicators, skeeters, globules and giant scorpions. Your health is at stake, not to mention your life! Will you whip the Alien Bosses or will they whip you? Lucky for you, this is a family affair. And what a family! Find your way to Thing and help is right at hand. In trouble? Just ring for Lurch. He'll give those aliens trouble with a capital "L". The fate of the whole city is in your hands, and we've saved the worst for last!

Forbidden City

Forbidden City

Sega Genesis - Released - April 27, 1991

Shikinjoh ("Forbidden City") is a puzzle game similar to Sokoban in which the player must reach a goal by pushing over-sized mahjong tiles which block the path. When two matching tiles are pushed next to each other, they disappear. Other types of tiles will lock any movable tiles that come in contact with them. The Genesis/Megadrive version includes five different sound & graphics sets, dozens of puzzles to solve, and a "special puzzle" mode where the rules of the game are changed dramatically. There is also a puzzle construction mode where custom puzzles can be created. Game progress is...

Freedom Force

Freedom Force

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 1, 1988

Players assume the role of an anti-terrorist gunman who must kill terrorists without shooting any of their hostages. The game has different levels, including an airport that has been taken over by the terrorists and a city street. The game does have some blood, but it lacks gore; a small red splotch will appear on the chest of the targets that are hit. The screen scrolls from left to right, with terrorists or hostages popping out of windows and doors. Unlike other shooters, the powerups (being either energy, ammo or weapons) are obtained by shooting the lower-right box when an item appears...

Galaxy Fight

Galaxy Fight

Sega Saturn - Released - November 22, 1995

As the millennium nears in the far future, a being of ultimate power named Felden will make his appearance in the galaxy. It is unknown whether he comes to destroy all living beings or use his powers for good, but whatever the reason a group of skilled fighters from all corners of the universe have decided to beat each other up in order to face off against him and claim his power. Enter Galaxy Fight, a one-on-one 2D fighter set in the far future and featuring sci-fi characters and settings. In the game itself, you have to select from 8 fighters, each with his unique moveset and stats, and...

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

Sony Playstation - Released - May 3, 1996

People have prayed to the gods, but the devil descends from the sky. Your mission is to defeat Felden Kryse, ruler of the underworld. The fantastic challenge ferociously unfolds on eight different planets. Screen image changes on-the-fly to zoom in and out based on how the battle unfolds. Use Dash to your utmost advantage, and speed through the field of infinity.

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

SNK Neo Geo AES - January 1, 1995

People have prayed to the gods, but the devil descends from the sky. Your mission is to defeat Felden Kryse, ruler of the underworld. The fantastic challenge ferociously unfolds on eight different planets. Screen image changes on-the-fly to zoom in and out based on how the battle unfolds. Use Dash to your utmost advantage, and speed through the field of infinity.

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

SNK Neo Geo CD - April 21, 1995

People have prayed to the gods, but the devil descends from the sky. Your mission is to defeat Felden Kryse, ruler of the underworld. The fantastic challenge ferociously unfolds on eight different planets. Screen image changes on-the-fly to zoom in and out based on how the battle unfolds. Use Dash to your utmost advantage, and speed through the field of infinity.

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1995

Man and demon wage war with one-on-one fights in the 1-on-1 fighting game Galaxy Fight. Eight of the universe's greatest fighters enter into combat for the fate of the galaxy. Success brings great acclaim to the victor. Failure brings death. Once every 1000 years, a being of divine power takes physical form somewhere in the galaxy. This time, he has taken form on the planet Danius. This being, who refers to itself as "Felden Crayce" is being sought out by fighters across the galaxy to challenge and defeat. Each of these eight warriors have their each with their own reasons for seeking out...

Game no Tatsujin

Game no Tatsujin

Sega Saturn - Released - June 9, 1995

Game no Tatsujin (ゲームの達人) is a set of video game interpretations of popular Japanese board games for the Sega Saturn

Game no Tatsujin

Game no Tatsujin

Sony Playstation - Released - June 9, 1995

Game no Tatsujin

Game no Tatsujin

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - June 9, 1995

Game no Tatsujin - a collection of board games, common in Asia. This Mahjong Shogi, Reversi, and 5-in-a-row.

Game no Tatsujin 2

Game no Tatsujin 2

Sony Playstation - Released - January 10, 1997

Game no Tatsujin 2

Game no Tatsujin 2

Sega Saturn - Released - March 15, 1996

Game no Tatsujin 2 (ゲームの達人2) is a set of video game interpretations of popular Japanese board games for the Sega Saturn and a sequel to Game no Tatsujin.

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai

Sega Saturn - Released - October 13, 1995

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai ("Iron Man Game: The Shanghai") is a puzzle/board game for the Super Famicom, Saturn, and PlayStation (later released on PlayStation Network), and is based on Shanghai, or mahjong solitaire. It was released exclusively in Japan. The game features three different modes: Classic "Shanghai" Mahjong Solitaire, where the player can remove any two tiles as long as they match and both have a free horizontal side and aren't trapped with a piece on top. "Chinhai" or "Sichuan" Mahjong Solitaire, where the player can only remove paired tiles if they can be...

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai

Sony Playstation - Released - October 13, 1995

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 13, 1995

Game no Tetsujin: The Shanghai ("Iron Man Game: The Shanghai") is a puzzle/board game for the Super Famicom and is based on Shanghai, or mahjong solitaire. It was released on the Super Famicom exclusively in Japan. The game features three different modes: Classic "Shanghai" Mahjong Solitaire, where the player can remove any two tiles as long as they match and both have a free horizontal side and aren't trapped with a piece on top. "Chinhai" or "Sichuan" Mahjong Solitaire, where the player can only remove paired tiles if they can be connected with an invisible line that bends at...

Gimmick! exAct☆MIX

Arcade - Released - 2019

Gimmick! exAct☆MIX combines classic NES style action with modern full HD graphics and sound that can be switched anytime! Players will be challenged to finish the game and then find all of the secrets to get on the high score board!

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1990

Gizmo is trapped inside Clamp Centre by the evil Gremlins. Your mission? Help him battle his way to the control center and rid the city forever of the Gremlin menace! It's not going to be easy. You'll have to use cunning and wits to survive with only the weapons you find inside Clamp Centre... matches, a flashlight, tomatoes, and a homemade bow and arrow. But, if you're lucky, the door to Mr. Wing's Magic Shop may mystically appear... and let you buy some very special - and powerful - items to help you. This game has all the traps, mazes, and lightning quick moves to push your skill to the...

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 9, 1991

CAN YOU STOP THE TERRIFYING MENACE OF THE GREMLINS? Gizmo is trapped inside Clamp Centre by the evil Gremlins!. Your mission, Help him battle his way to the Control Center and rid the city forever of the Gremlin menace. It's not going to be easy. You'll have to use cunning and wits to survive with only the weapons you find inside Clamp Centre... matches, tomatoes, and a homemade bow and arrow. But, if you are skilled with the punching bag, you can earn an extra Gizmo in the bonus round. Use your weapons wisely, however, since you'll need all the help you can get to defeat the Gremlins....

Hashire Hebereke

Hashire Hebereke

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1994

Hashire Hebereke ("Run Hebereke") is an isometric racing game from SunSoft that features Hebereke, Sukezaemon, O-Chan and the rest of Hebereke's friends. The player must race across a course hitting three checkpoints before returning to the starting line to move onto the next lap. The courses all have different layouts and the player must use the D-pad to turn their character mid-sprint, often causing them to veer strongly from one side to the other. In the single-player the player, as Hebereke, has to challenge every other character on their respective courses. Characters have distinctive...

Hebereke No Oishii Puzzle Wa Irimasenka

Hebereke No Oishii Puzzle Wa Irimasenka

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 31, 1994

A multiplayer party game in which players have to make it to the end of the board completing mini-games as they go. These mini-games include: completing crosswords; identifying a specific variation of a character (e.g. spiky ears, different coloration) within a sea of clones; identifying differences between two similar pictures; completing jigsaw puzzles; and others. In the single-player mode, the player has to successfully complete these puzzles before the time limit expires, otherwise they'll lose a life. The game features SunSoft's menagerie of Hebereke mascot characters first introduced in...

Hebereke's Popoitto

Hebereke's Popoitto

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 30, 1995

Wowwww! Wheeee! The ultimate puzzle game, starring the eight unique Hebereke characters! Play against the computer or take on a friend for non-stop Hebereke fun! Line up four or more Popoons and Poroporo characters of the same color to make them disappear. Use the special color combo attacks to make Popoons and Poroporos pour into your opponent's area! Be the first to get rid of all your Poroporos to win!

Hebereke's Popoitto

Hebereke's Popoitto

Sony Playstation - Released - December 3, 1995

Hebereke's Popoitto, known in Japan as Popoitto Hebereke (ポポイっとへべれけ) and Popoitto Station Hebereke, the latter a name only used for the PlayStation version, is a puzzle-type video-game in the Hebereke series developed by Sunsoft for the Sega Saturn, PlayStation and SNES consoles. Although released in Japan and Europe during 1995 and 1996, it was never released in North America. The gameplay is reminiscent to video-game titles like Dr. Mario and Puyo Puyo. Hebereke's Popoitto received mixed to positive reviews, and was mostly recommended for fans of the puzzle genre.

Hebereke's Popoon

Hebereke's Popoon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Match your wits against the characters in this fascinating puzzle! Attack your enemies with a Special Attack! In this puzzle game, you eliminate falling Popoons by skillfully combining them. Eliminate them just right and the Special Attack will explode onto your enemy!

Hissatsu Pachinko Boy CR Monster House

Hissatsu Pachinko Boy CR Monster House

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 31, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Boy CR Monster House is a Miscellaneous game, published by SunSoft, which was released in Japan in 2000.

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection

Sega Saturn - Released - January 19, 1996

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection (必殺パチンココレクション) is a set of pachinko games for the Sega Saturn.

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 21, 1994

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection (translates as "Certain Death Pachinko Collection"; however, Hissatsu is most commonly seen in the idiom "Ikken Hissatsu", or "one-shot, one-kill", meaning "take the opportunity when it presents itself") is the first of four Super Famicom games based on playing virtual recreations of real-life pachinko games in various parlors. The game was originally released in late 1994 for the Super Famicom, and was joined by three sequels across the next two years (two in 1995, one in 1996). In early 1996, this game was released on the Sega Saturn with various CD...

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 2

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 24, 1995

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 2 ("Sure-Fire Pachinko Collection 2") is a pachinko simulation game from SunSoft and part of their Hissatsu Pachinko Collection series on the Super Famicom, of which this is the second game of four. The game adopts a familiar format of having the player start in their apartment and move around the city's pachinko parlors to make a fortune on the machines. Each machine has different tricks associated to payouts, and it's down to the player to find and exploit them.

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 3

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 3

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 2, 1995

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 3 ("Sure-Fire Pachinko Collection 3") is a pachinko simulation game from SunSoft and part of their Hissatsu Pachinko Collection series on the Super Famicom, of which this is the third game of four. Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 3 features a credit on its title screen for Nifty Serve, a telecommunications company in Japan, as well as Daiichi, a pachinko machine manufacturer. As with previous games, there is a story mode that has the player moving from their apartment to various pachinko parlors in order to make a fortune.

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 4

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 4

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 30, 1996

Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 4 ("Sure-Fire Pachinko Collection 4") is the fourth and final game in SunSoft's Hissatsu Pachinko Collection. As with the previous three games in the series, it features a life sim element and a number of virtual approximations of real-life pachinko machines that were in operation at the time. The previous game used machines from Daiichi, but this one uses Kyouraku's output instead. Kyouraku is best known from Telenet Japan's own "virtual pachinko" series Parlor! Parlor!. Nifty Serve, a Japanese internet service provider, also appears in the game.

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 10: EX Jack 2000 & Super Dragon

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 10: EX Jack 2000 & Super Dragon

Sony Playstation - Released - October 19, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 2

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 25, 1997

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 3: Genshijin ga Ippai

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 3: Genshijin ga Ippai

Sony Playstation - Released - March 11, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 4: Hero Tachi no Chousen

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 4: Hero Tachi no Chousen

Sony Playstation - Released - July 27, 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 4 is a pachinko slot machine simulator that features 2 pachinko slot machines (New Pulsar & Hot Rod) made by Yamasa.

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 5: Deramaitta & Irete Nanbo

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 5: Deramaitta & Irete Nanbo

Sony Playstation - Released - June 10, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 5 - Deramaitta & Irete Nanbo features 5 different pachinko machines (Deramaitta & Irete Nanbo models) with different levels of zooms. The game also features a story mode in which the player takes the role of a gambler that got to rescue his girl becoming the best pachinko gambler in town and earning enough credits to rescue her paying the kidnappers.

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 6: Gakideka & Jamaica

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 6: Gakideka & Jamaica

Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 7: CR Chumy House XL & CR Battle Hero V & Fine Play

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 7: CR Chumy House XL & CR Battle Hero V & Fine Play

Sony Playstation - Released - November 25, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 8: Kamashi no Kin-chan & Soreyuke Hama-chan

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 8: Kamashi no Kin-chan & Soreyuke Hama-chan

Sony Playstation - Released - March 30, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 9: Ushiwaka to Lemi

Hissatsu Pachinko Station 9: Ushiwaka to Lemi

Sony Playstation - Released - June 8, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Classic: Fukkatsu! Natsukashi no Meiki-tachi

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Classic: Fukkatsu! Natsukashi no Meiki-tachi

Sony Playstation - Released - March 25, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 2: Yattaze Ippatsu Tsumo Tsumo Tengoku

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 2: Yattaze Ippatsu Tsumo Tsumo Tengoku

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 3: Youkai Engei

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 3: Youkai Engei

Sony Playstation - Released - February 3, 2002

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 4: Ore wa Nekketsu Bouken Ou da!!

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 4: Ore wa Nekketsu Bouken Ou da!!

Sony Playstation - Released - July 6, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 5: GeGeGe no Kitarou

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 5: GeGeGe no Kitarou

Sony Playstation - Released - July 19, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 6: Shinsei!! Areddin 21.

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 6: Shinsei!! Areddin 21.

Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 7: Magical Circus

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 7: Magical Circus

Sony Playstation - Released - December 28, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 8: Jarinko Chie

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 8: Jarinko Chie

Sony Playstation - Released - March 15, 2001

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 9: Dirty Pair

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now 9: Dirty Pair

Sony Playstation - Released - February 7, 2002

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now: Kore ga Ichiban!! Shin Pikaichi Tengoku

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Now: Kore ga Ichiban!! Shin Pikaichi Tengoku

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Puchi 2: Areddin tte Great!

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Puchi 2: Areddin tte Great!

Sony Playstation - Released - February 10, 2000

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Puchi: Nanasy tte Nani

Hissatsu Pachinko Station Puchi: Nanasy tte Nani

Sony Playstation - Released - September 22, 1999

Hissatsu Pachinko Station: Monster House Special

Hissatsu Pachinko Station: Monster House Special

Sony Playstation - Released - October 29, 1998

Hissatsu Pachinko Station - Monster House Special features 3 different pachinko machines in the free mode and the game also have a story mode in which the player takes control of a pachinko gambler that will go around the town to play in different pachinko gambling places to increase his fortune.

Hissatsu Pachinko Station: Toyomaru Special

Hissatsu Pachinko Station: Toyomaru Special

Sony Playstation - Released - October 12, 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 2

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 2

Sony Playstation - Released - October 28, 1999

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 3

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 3

Sony Playstation - Released - March 4, 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 3 is a pachinko slot machine simulator that features 2 pachinko slot machines (Oicho Kaba & The Kingdom) made by Yamasa.

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 4: New Pulsar R & Hot Rod Queen

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 4: New Pulsar R & Hot Rod Queen

Sony Playstation - Released - July 27, 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 5: Invaders 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station 5: Invaders 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station SP: Yamasa Best Choice

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station SP: Yamasa Best Choice

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station Special 2: The Tetra

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station Special 2: The Tetra

Sony Playstation - Released - September 14, 2000

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station: Jikki Simulation

Hissatsu Pachi-Slot Station: Jikki Simulation

Sony Playstation - Released - August 20, 1998

Honoo no Doukyuuji: Dodge Danpei

Honoo no Doukyuuji: Dodge Danpei

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 31, 1992

A dodgeball game that is based on a shounen serialized manga about a highschool dodgeball team. The game plays similarly to other "action" dodgeball games such as Technos' Super Dodgeball, though the game presents various modes based on story beats. For instance, the game starts with a one-on-one duel in which each combatant has five hits before they're out.

Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei

Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 28, 1992

Honō no Tōkyūji: Dodge Danpei is a Sports game, developed and published by SunSoft, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei 2

Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 26, 1993

Honō no Tōkyūji: Dodge Danpei 2 is a Sports game, developed and published by SunSoft, which was released in Japan in 1993.

Justice League: Task Force

Justice League: Task Force

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1995

The comic-book superhero team of the Justice League consists of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Green Arrow. They must defeat the evil Darkseid and his henchmen, Despero and Cheetah. But before they can reach Darkseid, the members of the Justice League must battle each other. You can follow this storyline in Story Mode, or if you prefer to just hold exhibition fights you can choose Battle Mode which allows you to use the villian characters as well.

Kanshaku tamanage Kantarō no Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi

Kanshaku tamanage Kantarō no Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 3, 1986

Players take the role of Kantarou, whose occupation is to make fireworks. He is currently traveling on the Tokaido highway starting in Kyoto trying to make his way home to Edo, where his girlfriend Momoko resides. However, this is a long walk home as the highway is made up of 53 stations. On top of the travel being lengthy, Kantarou has to deal with a merchant and his hired help who are out to kidnap him and learn his fireworks techniques. The game features 21 side-scrolling stages each representing a stretch of the highway. Kantarou's main method of attack is to throw bombs. He can also...

Kids Station: Barbapapa

Kids Station: Barbapapa

Sony Playstation - Released - October 4, 2001

Barbapapa is both the title character, and name of the "species" of said character, of a series of children's books written in the 1970s by Annette Tison and Talus Taylor, who resided in Paris, France.The books were originally written in French and were later translated into over 30 languages. As short cartoons of a length of only five minutes, they reached a broader audience via TV. Also a comic book version was created. Both the cartoons and comics sometimes show concerns about the environment and contains environmental messages. Barbapapa is now one of the popular characters that is made...

Kids Station: Ponkickies 21: Game no Omocha-bako

Kids Station: Ponkickies 21: Game no Omocha-bako

Sony Playstation - Released - December 13, 2001

Lemmings

Lemmings

Sega Genesis - Released - November 20, 1992

Lemmings is divided into a number of levels, grouped into four difficulty levels. Each level comprises both destructible landscape elements such as rocks, indestructible sections such as steel plates, and numerous obstacles including chasms, high walls, large drops, pools of water or lava, and booby traps. Each level also includes one or more entrance points and one or more exits. The goal is to guide a certain percentage of the green-haired, blue-shirted lemmings from the entrance to the exit by clearing or creating a safe passage through the landscape for the lemmings to use.

Looney Tunes

Looney Tunes

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999

The Looney Tunes have been a staple of popular culture since the 1940s. Now, they have come to the Game Boy Color. You must navigate through seven stages that are reminiscent of Saturday morning cartoons. In each of the levels you must help a different character get through a tough situation: Bugs and Daffy must use Frisbees to destroy enemies and defeat the boss at the end of a stage; Porky pilots a spaceship to destroy satellites and an evil star that wants to eat him; Tweety must fly through his stage avoiding bottles and Sylvester; and Speedy Gonzales must enter an Aztec temple to defeat...

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