Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 7, 2005
Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase: Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase is based on Warner Home Video's upcoming all-new, exclusive-to-video release, Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase. After beaming themselves and the infamous Phantom Virus into a videogame, Scooby-Doo and his friends are trapped and must fend off a variety of villains in their search for who released the Phantom Virus. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Mayhem: Scooby and the Gang are back in an all-new adventure! Join your favorite slackers as they try to solve a mystery of supernatural proportions. The gang starts out on a routine case in the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased
This unnamed prototype of Batman, also known as "Real Shitty Batman!", was a game in production by Software Creations. As its nickname suggests, it is very lacklustre.
Sega Genesis - Released - 1993
Unleash the Beast. Now you command all his power and fury - and you'll need every ounce of it. Because unless each battle is won, you'll remain a hideous Beast forever. First, protect your castle from hordes of vile beings - sinister creatures, vicious rats, blood-thirsty spiders! The battle rages through the dark, dusty castle. Then it spills out into the icy forest, as you leap from tree to tree, branch to branch. But watch out! Packs of hungry wolves are on the prowl. Now face the wrath of angry villagers who've pillaged your castle. Regain your stolen valuables with the help of...
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988
It may have been ten years, but the oppression and devastation continues. The alien forces that alid waste to our beautiful world have all but decimated our civilization. Now, for the first time in so many years comes our chance for glory again. The Bionic Commandos. This elite fighting force is each equipped with a bionic arm with which they can climb and swing from platform to platform by extending their arm and grabbing and suitable object above them. The arm is also useful for catching provisions and extra weapons parachuted into the combat zone. As a weapon the bionic arm delivers an...
Commodore 64 - January 1, 1988
The game is viewed from the side-on perspective typical of platform games. Jack, under the player's control, has to run, jump, climb and shoot his way through the kingdom of Allegoria in search of nine different coloured lamps, while under constant assault by all manner of creatures. Eight of the nine lamps may be found randomly scattered around the kingdom (in locations which change with each new game), but the ninth lamp, the black lamp, is guarded by a dragon which must be defeated before the lamp can be recovered. Each lamp must be returned to one of several lamp racks in the kingdom. As...
Sega Genesis - Released - April 29, 1992
Twin brothers Billy and Jimmy Lee learned to fight before they could walk. Martial arts and street smarts carved them into the baddest fighting machines in the big city. But now Billy is faced with his greatest challenge - to save his girlfriend Marian from the evil clutches of the mysterious Shadow Boss and the lethal gang of thugs known as the "Black Warriors": As a master Ninja you'll punch, head-butt and high-kick gutter slime into submission. Knives, whips, baseball bats, rocks, oil drums and dynamite are your weapons. Rat-infested slums, toxic factories and brutal back alleys are...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 2, 1994
As Glendaal, you wake to a horrifying scene. Evil forces have reduced the town of Galedonia to rubble and turned the villagers into mutant zombies and demons. Your father, the wizard Shadax, must be found, for only he has the magical powers to challenge the evil Sonia. The search for Shadax takes you through overworld and underworld battle zones, from strategic attack positions high in the clouds to eight mysterious dungeons below -- loaded with ghosts, wind demons and traps galore. Moving from dungeon to dungeon, you'll search for the hidden mystical tokens which must be found to complete a...
Nintendo Game Boy - September 1, 1995
For real power, real intensity, real heavyweight boxing, it's FOREMAN FOR REAL! This game leaves the competition on the canvas with knockout graphics and hard-hitting action! Face 20 tough fighters - each with unique skills and boxing styles - as you battle your way to the title bout against Big George himself! Step into the ring with Foreman for Real!
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987
Kinetik is an arcade adventure which features gravity, inertia and other real physics heavily. You control a round spaceship, which must be guided through the 44+ screens. Collect the letters P,A and X in that order and reach the end to win. There are foes to avoid or shoot – some take objects you have but most merely drain some of your energy. Some walls can also be shot out. Some rooms have white spots which affect gravity and drag you inwards. Avoid contact with red walls as these drain energy; all others are harmless. There are teleporters to help you navigate the game, and power-ups...
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987
In Mad Nurse you take on the role of a midwife in a maternity hospital. In this hospital the babies run amok, leaving their cots to stick their fingers into electrical sockets, drink whatever medications they can get their hands on, fall down lift shafts and engage in other fatal activities. This makes it difficult for a trainee nurse such as yourself to bring them under control and it's your job to keep them alive. Every time a baby jumps out of its cot, you must chase after it and rescue it from potential harm by picking it up and putting it back into its cot. The hospital ward is on...
Nintendo Entertainment System - March 1, 1990
DRIVE, PASS, SHOOT, SCORE! Now you can slam dunk like the pros!Magic Johnson's Fast Break is slammin' jammin' basketball action. Play against the computer or an opponent. Up to four players can play simultaneously. Head for the hoop and slam dunk the ball! The better you get the better your salary gets! Simple enough for beginners, challenging enough for pros. Shoot free throws, 3-pointers, execute special plays, and more! Master all five levels of this ultimate basketball contest!
Windows - Released - October 31, 2000
Nicktoons Racing is another Mario Kart clone using cartoon characters from Nickelodeon. The gameplay follows the standards closely: the player controls one of the characters to win races on tracks filled with scattered power-ups and ramps. A meter at the top of the screen shows the current position and the amount of nitro fuel available. Extra fuel can be collected as shiny orbs on the road. The gift boxes contain random power-ups, like coconuts to throw at the other racers, flash lights to temporally blind them, and traps like baby powder, trash cans and green goo to slow down the...
Taito Type X - October 21, 2003
Nicktoons Racing is a Nickelodeon crossover racing video game. The game was first developed and released for the Game Boy Color in 1999, while versions for different platforms were released in subsequent years. Nearly all versions were developed by Software Creations with the exception of the Game Boy Advance version, which was developed by Firemint, and the arcade version, which was developed by Chicago Gaming. Nicktoons Racing focuses on engaging players in go-kart racing on various Nicktoons-themed tracks, similar to the Mario Kart line of games. The game features a wide selection of...
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1989
Peter Pack Rat loves to collect things by his home in the local junkyard. Peter must collect a certain amount of objects scattered around the yard and take them back to his home to complete a level. Peter Pack Rat is a platform game viewed from the side. You take control of Peter and must navigate platforms, ladders and pipes. Various objects are collected including keys. Peter can even swim across water. To make things more difficult baddies fly and run around trying to hurt Peter. These can be avoided or shot at, which stuns them for a short time.
Microsoft MSX - Released - 1988
The object of Psycho Pigs UXB is to eliminate your opponents (who are pigs) by throwing bombs at them. When thrown, the bombs will count down from the number shown on the bomb, exploding when they reach zero or when they hit their target, whichever comes first. Items can be picked up along the way that will help you defeat opponents, like a knapsack that allows you to carry more than one bomb at a time. After certain levels, a bonus game appears, and the object of this game is to attempt to kiss the lady pigs as they pop in and out of holes.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased - September 30, 1993
Wile E's Revenge was the sequel to Road Runner's Death Valley Rally. In this game, you took the role of Wile E Coyote, and chased the Road Runner through various locations in the United States. According to Rene Boutin, the producer of the game at Sunsoft of America, the game was about half done before being canceled.
Nintendo Game Boy - December 1, 1998
The Rugrats Movie is an Action game, developed by Software Creations and published by THQ, which was released in 1998.
Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1990
With a clear James Bond influence, Sly Spy must stop terrorists destroying parts of the city in this collection of sub-games. Roughly half of these (starting with level 2, and alternating from there on) are side-scrolling Green Beret-influenced offerings, not entirely dissimilar to a great many Ocean movie licenses. There are bad guys to shoot and bullets to avoid, with boxes to climb up on and strategic positions to shoot from behind cover. The first level involves skydiving down the screen and shooting at the agents as they themselves fall - complete this and you'll safely parachute to...
Commodore 64 - Unreleased
Shortly after the initial Arcade release, Sales Curve Interactive announced ports of Solar Jetman for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Atari ST and Commodore Amiga, all developed by Software Creations and intended for release on the STORM label. The Commodore 64, Amiga and Atari ST versions were complete and the ZX Spectrum reached a playable demo state, before the project was cancelled due to poor sales of the NES original and perceived unsuitability for the home computer markets. The Commodore 64 version has subsequently been discovered and made available for download.
Sega Genesis - Released - 1993
Spider-Man and members of the X-Men have teamed up in this side-scrolling action game to fight against Arcade, who has built a giant amusement park for the sole purpose of trapping and destroying the super-heroes. You first play as Spider-Man, who sees the X-Men get kidnapped by Arcade and follows them. Once you make it inside Arcade's park you can choose to play as Spider-Man, Cyclops, Storm, Gambit, or Wolverine, each of whom are trapped in a different part of Arcade's maze of deadly traps. You must navigate all five of them safely out, using their different skills and abilities while...
MS-DOS - Released - 1992
Sports Trivia is a shareware quiz game for one to four players. It is one of a series of quizzes published by Software Creations in their Trivia Shell series of games. The quiz is customizable. It has three levels of difficulty, a beginner mode where the answers are all True/False, an intermediate mode where the answers are multiple choice, and an advanced mode where the answer has to be manually typed in. The standard number of questions in a game is thirty but this can be changed. Players can also select the sports they wish to answer questions on. The game has an optional 'Humour Mode'...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased
Take a trip to the Island of Sodor with Thomas, Percy, Bertie, Sir Topham Hatt, and other friends from the PBS hit show, SHINING TIME STATION. Eight different adventures await you, as the game lets you explore the entire island on a network of various tracks. You can even design your own custom courses for Thomas and company to travel on! In Race mode, you play as Thomas against either Percy or Bertie in a test of your quickness. Younger players will find assistance in Special mode, and Sir Topham hat is along to pose some tricky trivia questions to everyone throughout the game. There are...
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 11, 1996
Tear up the ice with "The Great One", and experience lightning-fast skating, blistering one-timers and hard-hitting body checks! Hammer the puck and rip the net... with the world's best! NHLPA and NHL license means real players, team names, logos, and uniforms. Includes all 26 teams, each with 17 available players in their actual NHL lines. Real-time rendered 3D environment with 7 user-selectable cameras allowing players to view the action from all possible angles. Wayne's hockey strategies, skating moves and logic are incorporated into the AI engine.
Nintendo 64 - Released - May 18, 1998
Win the World - For Your Country! All 32 World Cup France 98 qualifying teams: Take your team, with all your favorite players, to the World Cup Final and win it all. NEW! World Cup Classics: Play 8 of the all-time most thrilling World Cup Final matches. NEW! On-the-fly in-game management: Alter attacking strategy and formation at the press of a button. NEW! On-the-fly in-game tactics: Run preset plays at critical points in the game.