Technos

Acrobatic Dog-Fight

Acrobatic Dog-Fight

Arcade - Released - 1984

A colorful horizontal-scrolling air battle game from Technos. Acrobatic Dog-Fight, released in Japan as Dog-Fight, is a side-scrolling shooter arcade game released by Technos in 1984, featuring "cute" cartoon graphics and gameplay similar to the 8-way scrolling of Time Pilot but differs from that game in many respects. In Acrobatic Dog-Fight the playing field was limited with a ceiling and ground as well as an ultimate destination to navigate to. Acrobatic Dog-Fight also added two buttons, a secondary weapon and an eject button. Eject could be used at any time and made it possible to hijack...

Bogey Manor

Bogey Manor

Arcade - Released - 1985

You control a boy who runs around in a haunted house destroying orbs and defeating ghosts. In Bogey Manor you play as a young boy in a haunted house. Your objective is to destroy all the orbs that are in the house without getting caught by the ghosts. Your magic hand can freeze them for a short period of time. Once you've destroyed all the orbs the haunted house starts falling apart, and you must run for your life towards the exit to win the stage. You can transform into a super hero by entering a flashing door.

China Gate

China Gate

Arcade - Released - 1988

China Gate is a 2D side-scrolling beat 'em-up game with platform elements for one or two players. The game offers a roster of three characters to choose from who have to recover a stolen book. These are the monkey man Gocoo, pig man Hakai and bird man Gojou. There are 3 buttons, one to jump, another to attack and another for power-ups. There is a limited time to defeat the numerous enemies that appear and jump through the platforms to harm the player. At the end of each level there is final boss. It is possible to obtain power-ups like beams that neutralize all the visible enemies of the...

Dommy

Dommy

Arcade - Released - 1983

Dommy is a maze arcade game released by Technos in 1983. The player must push blocks onto the side of the screen while avoiding or stuning enemies. When several blocks have accumulated on the side, stand on the red and white arrow facing the blocks and press fire to "claim" them.

Double Dragon

Double Dragon

Atari 2600 - January 1, 1988

Double Dragon is the story of Billy and Jimmy Lee, twin brothers trained in the fighting style of Sou-Setsu-Ken. Together, they manage a small martial arts training school, teaching their students in self-defense. One day, Billy's girlfriend, Marian, is kidnapped off the street by the "Black Warriors", a savage street gang led by a man named Willy. The Black Warriors demand the Lee brothers disclose their martial arts secrets in exchange for Marian's freedom. The Lee brothers set out on a rescue mission to crush the Black Warriors and save Marian.

Double Dragon II: The Revenge

Double Dragon II: The Revenge

Sega Genesis - Released - December 20, 1991

Double Dragon II: The Revenge (ダブルドラゴンII ザ・リベンジ) is the sequel to Double Dragon. It was released for the arcades in early 1989, although it has a copyright date of 1988 due to the prototype testing conducted that year. The arcade version was essentially an improved version of the first game, featuring revamped graphics, a different combat system, new bosses and all new music, while retaining the same level structures and enemy characters from the first game. The Famicom/NES version, released by Technos at the end of the same year, was a completely different game that shared only the basic...

Geom Cube

Geom Cube

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 1995

In the tradition of Tetris and Welltris comes Geom Cube, a puzzle game in which players maneuver 3D blocks as they fall into a pit. The twist is that players are looking down from a view directly above the pit. Each falling block can be rotated on its axis, allowing for a variety of ways to fit the puzzle pieces together. The objective is to create a solid plane of blocks in order to prevent others from piling up to the top of the playfield. Creating a plane of blocks without gaps (called a "face") causes the blocks on that plane to disappear. There are 24 different block patterns in all, each...

Minky Monkey

Minky Monkey

Arcade - Released - 1982

Minky Monkey was produced by Technos in 1982. You control a red boy who must bring fruits to the blank square in order to complete the message. Minky Monkey is a platforming arcade game Thematically and visually similar to Donkey Kong Junior.

Mysterious Stones: Dr. John's Adventure

Mysterious Stones: Dr. John's Adventure

Arcade - Released - 1984

Mysterious Stones: Dr. John's Adventure, known as Mysterious Stones: Dr. Kick's Adventure in Japan, is an arcade title produced by Technos in 1984. In this game you play as the titular Dr. John, an archaeologist who travels around the world exploring temples and finding stones. Break open as many stones as possible to acquire rare artifaces while avoiding or defeating the temple guards.

Nintendo World Cup

Nintendo World Cup

Nintendo Game Boy - June 1, 1991

The eyes of the world are upon you. National pride is at stake. Only seconds left and the crowd rises in anticipation of the greatest upset in soccer history. The horn sounds and you've won it all! The coveted world cup trophy is yours! Pick your team and plan your game strategy. Use advanced super moves like the Bicycle Kick or the Super Header. Choose from 13 teams, representing countries from around the world. Defeat your opponents and you're on your way to the prestigious world cup final. Bring the excitement of international soccer home with Nintendo World Cup!

Renegade

Renegade

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 17, 1987

The game is set on the mean streets of Brooklyn, which you must venture through to meet your girlfriend, and then rescue her from her kidnappers. This is split into five levels, taking you through the subway and the docks as well as some inhospitable streets. A wide range of aggressive moves are on offer, including headbutts, kicks, punches and flying kicks. Much of the game's violence is depicted in a fairly tongue-in-cheek style, with an element of attempted humour along the way.

Renegade

Renegade

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

The game is set on the mean streets of Brooklyn, which you must venture through to meet your girlfriend, and then rescue her from her kidnappers. This is split into five levels, taking you through the subway and the docks as well as some inhospitable streets. A wide range of aggressive moves are on offer, including headbutts, kicks, punches and flying kicks. Much of the game's violence is depicted in a fairly tongue-in-cheek style, with an element of attempted humour along the way.

Super Double Dragon

Super Double Dragon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992

The two greatest martial arts heroes of all time are back -- in SUPER DOUBLE DRAGON, an all-new adventure with awesome new moves, impossible new missions, and a hair-raising new cast of enemies! Marian, a beautiful policewoman, is a student of Kung Fu and part-time assistant instructor at the martial arts training school run by Billy and Jimmy Lee. A narcotics investigator, she has disappeared while attempting to infiltrate the ruthless criminal mob known as the Black Shadow Warriors. It will take all your incomparable fighting skill and knowledge to find and rescue Marian. Alone, or with the...

Super Spike V'Ball / Nintendo World Cup

Super Spike V'Ball / Nintendo World Cup

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1990

2 in 1 game. Super Spike V'Ball / Nintendo World Cup was a pack-in game included with the Nintendo Entertainment System Sports Set. The package included a standard NES console, four game controllers, and the Four Score Multiplayer Adapter. The cart included two games developed by Technos: # Super Spike V'Ball, a two-on-two beach volleyball game where you played on a tournament, ending with the world championship. The game supported up to four players on one match at a time; # Nintendo World Cup, a soccer game where you (and a friend) chose to represent a team and played several matches until...

Tag Team Wrestling

Tag Team Wrestling

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1986

You are challenged to match the awesome skill of your opponents...to gain the Title in World Super Championship of Tag Team Wrestling. Teamwork and stamina are the keys, as you and your partner battle your way through the Title Matches on your quest for the Belt. Attack your opponents with Body Slams, Drop Kicks, Backbreakers, Flying Head Butts, or even throwing them out of the ring! To win, it's a pin for a count of three. Nothing can match the super excitement as the crowd cheers over this mania on the mat. Prepare yourself for Tag Team Wrestling! Data East brings you arcade realism at...

Taiyou no Tenshi Marlowe: Ohanabatake wa Dai-panic

Taiyou no Tenshi Marlowe: Ohanabatake wa Dai-panic

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1994

Taiyou no Tenshi Marlowe: Ohanabatake wa Dai-Panic! (“Sunshine Angel Marlowe: Panic in Bloomland!”) or just “Angel Marlowe” is a weird game. It’s essentially a puzzle game that’s hard to categorize. Despite being released only in Japan, the game is fully playable for non-Japanese speakers. The only thing you would be missing is the brief story, but there is a fan translation patch for anyone curious about the game. The game consists of eight areas which you can beat in any order to unlock the final areas. Each area has a total of five stages that need to be beaten before you can clear the...

Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer

Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer

SNK Neo Geo CD - September 18, 1995

Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer (超人学園ゴウカイザー, Chōjin Gakuen Gōkaizā, "Superhuman Academy Gowcaizer") is a 1995 superhero-themed head-to-head fighting game produced by Technos Japan Corp. for the Neo Geo arcade and home console. It was the company's second attempt at a fighting game, following the Neo Geo fighting game version of Double Dragon. It features character designs by artist Masami Ōbari, who previously worked on the anime adaptations of the Fatal Fury series. Ports of the game were released for the Neo-Geo CD and PlayStation (Japan only).

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