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2 in 1: Asterix & Obelix: Bash Them All! + Asterix & Obelix XXL

2 in 1: Asterix & Obelix: Bash Them All! + Asterix & Obelix XXL

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 23, 2005

Asterix & Obelix: Bash Them All! is a 2D side-scrolling platform game based on the French comic series Astérix. It is a collection of two games. One old, namely a port of the SNES game Asterix and Obelix. The other game is called Asterix & Cleopatra, based on the comic and animated movie of the same name. In Asterix and Cleopatra, Asterix has to help a Egyptian architect Artifis to build his pyramid for Cleopatra. You play typical platform levels where you jump around obstacles and walk towards the right of the screen. Astérix & Obélix XXL on the Game Boy Advance features the same story as...

The Adventures of Pinocchio

The Adventures of Pinocchio

Nintendo Game Boy - Unreleased - January 1, 1993

The Adventures of Pinocchio is an Action game, developed by Bit Managers and published by Infogrames, which was cancelled before it was released. The ROM bears an internal title of "Infrey Quest," apparently a working title used early in production before Infogrames requested alterations to re-configure the game as a (non-Disney) "Pinocchio" title. The game was thereafter cancelled, but would eventually resurface in 1998 in a re-reworked version called "Ottifants," based on the German comic strip of same name.

Astérix & Obélix

Astérix & Obélix

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 15, 1999

Caesar has erected a new barricade around the village of the indomitable gauls, to keep them trapped inside. Join Asterix and Obelix and travel across the Roman Empire. Here you will enter a bullfight, participate in a rugby match, and even take part in the Olympic Games. Bring a souvenir from each country you visit, in order to prove to Caesar that the Gauls are the strongest heroes.

Astérix & Obélix

Astérix & Obélix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 28, 1995

Caesar has erected a new barricade around the village of the indomitable gauls, to keep them trapped inside. Join Asterix and Obelix and travel across the Roman Empire. Here you will enter a bullfight, participate in a rugby match, and even take part in the Olympic Games. Bring a souvenir from each country you visit, in order to prove to Caesar that the Gauls are the strongest heroes.

Astérix & Obélix

Astérix & Obélix

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Caesar has had a palisade constructed around the village inhabited by the Indomitable Gauls in order to keep them prisoner! Choose Obelix or Asterix and set off across the Roman Empire! Bring back a souvenir from each country crossed in order to prove to Caesar that our heroes are the strongest!

Astérix & Obélix: Bash Them All!

Astérix & Obélix: Bash Them All!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 25, 2002

What could be better than an Asterix game? Two Asterix games, of course! Indeed, this extraordinary cartridge designed for GameBoy Advance offers the lucky player two games for the price of one. Allow us to introduce the one on the right, inspired by Asterix and Cleopatra. Your mission, as you control our two heroes, is to help Edifis with the construction of a palace for Cleopatra. Mainly, you'll be defending him from the vile stratagems of his rival Artifis and Caesar's watchful legions. In the game on my left, "Asterix and Obelix," the idea is to bring souvenirs from every country in...

Baby Felix: Halloween

Baby Felix: Halloween

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 19, 2001

Baby Felix Halloween is a platformer developed by Bit Managers and published by Light & Shadow Productions for the Game Boy Color platform. Baby Felix Halloween was only released in European countries.

Bang

Bang

Arcade - Released - 1998

A cartoony first-person 2-D Wild West shooter from Gaelco. The game is a remake -- not a copy -- of Namco's Point Blank. The western-themed game has several mini-games that the player can choose to play. For example, one of these mini-games has a train that scrolls from right to left and cowboys pop up from the windows. Another places the player in a prairie where he or she must shoot feathers off of the Indians' heads. Yet another has cowboys throwing their hats into the air and the player must shoot these flying objects. The presentation is also very similar to Point Blank. At the...

Bomb Jack

Bomb Jack

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1992

Jack is a tiny but explosive character whose dynamism will take your breath away! From platform to platform he is trying hard to light the bombs which will bring him lots of points, super bonuses, and lives. But this won't be easy as his enemies are numerous and they may transform astoundingly in order to be better able to catch him. A captivating challenge for young and old!

Cool Ball

Cool Ball

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 17, 1991

You and your best girl were floating happily in the vast void of space. Suddenly, the Big Bang occurs, separating the two of you. It's up to you to travel through time to find her. Before this can happen, you must go though a number of levels collecting items. However, the items must be collected in the proper order, and you will face a number of obstacles including piranhas, pterodactyls, rats, and birds. Keep bouncing and stay focused on the goal to be reuniting with you girlfriend in COOL BALL.

Die Maus

Die Maus

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999

Die Maus is an action / puzzle game based on the German children's television show Die Sendung mit der Maus (The show with the mouse). You control both main characters of the show, the mouse and the elephant, in a search for the duck who has disappeared. The levels of the game are isometric puzzles. Both characters must reach the exit using and combining their different abilities. The mouse, for instance, is larger than the elephant, but the elephant is able to push heavy objects around. The game contains more than 150 puzzles in 5 different game worlds.

Die Maus

Die Maus

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1997

Die Maus is an action / puzzle game based on the German children's television show Die Sendung mit der Maus (The show with the mouse). You control both main characters of the show, the mouse and the elephant, in a search for the duck who has disappeared. The levels of the game are isometric puzzles. Both characters must reach the exit using and combining their different abilities. The mouse, for instance, is larger than the elephant, but the elephant is able to push heavy objects around. The game contains more than 150 puzzles in 5 different game worlds.

Droopy's Tennis Open

Droopy's Tennis Open

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 30, 2002

DROOPY'S TENNIS OPEN for Game Boy Advance has a total of six characters each with their own individual and unique set of characteristics and attributes. The player can choose from Droopy, Dripple, Butch, Bubbles, Vavoom, MC Wolf, and Screwy Squirrel. Each game can be played on a background that ranges like a jail, outside of an Old West saloon, and the North Pole with varying terrain like grass, clay, and ice. Games can be played in a two-player mode over a single cart and even up to four players with the support of a Game Boy Advance link cable. It will even support the Game Boy Advance's...

Hugo 2

Hugo 2

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1997

In the games' story, a horrible witch named Scylla (also known as Sculla and named differently in some countries, including "Afskylia" in the original Danish version, and resembling the Dark Queen from Battletoads) arrives at the home of Hugo the troll and kidnaps his wife Hugoline and their three young children (Rit, Rat and Rut) because she needs them for a magical beauty treatment. Hugo must rescue Hugolina and the children and defeat the villainess to bring peace to the woods.

Hugo 2 1/2

Hugo 2 1/2

Nintendo Game Boy Color - 1999

Hugo 2 is a game based on a call-in TV series for kids. It includes five levels which are directly based on mini games from the TV show. The goal is always to both survive and collect as many money bags as possible. The amount of required bags to beat a level depends on the chosen difficulty level. Underwater snorkeling: Hugo camera is fixed behind Hugo's back and he has to dodge incoming obstacles. He also needs to regularly take new breath which is only possible if he stays in the middle of the screen. Snowboarding: Just like in the underwater level, Hugo has to dodge incoming obstacles;...

Inspector Gadget Racing

Inspector Gadget Racing

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - February 28, 2003

Based on the animated cartoon by DIC (Super Mario Bros. Super Show, all three Sonic cartoons, The Real Ghostbusters) of the same name, Inspector Gadget Racing is a racing game developed by Bit Managers that is similar to games like the Mario Kart series, Vivid Image's Street Racer and other kart racing games for the SNES and Game Boy Advance. Selectable characters include Inspector Gadget (with both the Gadget Van and Gadget Mobile), Penny/Sophie (in a 4X4 truck), Brain (in an ice cream truck), Chief Quimby (in a police car), Dr. Claw, Agent Abdul (in a truck) and Agent Bruce. The...

Les Schtroumpfs

Les Schtroumpfs

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994

Gargamel has already captured three Smurfs. Smurf to their rescue! Smurf down the mountains riding on a sledge, explore the labyrinths of the mine, travel on the back of a stork... but beware of nasty enemies such as the Buzz flies, the Angry Smurfs, the Howlibird, Azrael and... Gargamel!

Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy

Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1998

Coming home after a long day at work, Bugs and Lola find their garden ransacked and all of their carrots stolen. Now the two must explore the Warner Bros. Lot to discover the identity of the carrot thief. You guide the bunnies through five worlds, collecting carrots that will allow the characters use special powers like the ability to walk on thin air and using their ears as a helicopter propeller. The two can also collect Super Carrots that will allow them to use their powers longer and Habanero Carrots that make them invincible. The player must switch between the Bugs and Lola to solve...

Looney Tunes: Twouble!

Looney Tunes: Twouble!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998

The antics of two of your favorite Looney Tunes characters come to life in TWOUBLE for the Game Boy Color. In this single-player adventure you play as Sylvester, everyone's favorite hungry cat, in pursuit of his yellow songbird rival Tweety. TWOUBLE gives you two ways to play: in the first type of stage, you will attempt to catch Tweety in a fast-moving side-scrolling adventure. Duck, jump, and dodge through obstacles in your hunt for lunch. In the other type of level, you will control Sylvester in an isometric viewpoint, and you'll have to use your wits along with keys and other items to...

Lucky Luke

Lucky Luke

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 1, 1999

Hey! COWBOY! How'd you like a crazy chase through the Old West? Yep, Dalton and his brothers are on the run ... and we count on you to catch them. Mississippi, Colorado, your ride will not be easy: Trigger happy Desperados, Indians on the war-path and rampaging herds of bison may send you six feet under. You must shoot faster than your own, be more cunning than a sioux and be as agile as a puma.

Lucky Luke

Lucky Luke

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1996

You play as Lucky Luke, lonesome cowboy, who draws his gun faster than his shadow. In a received telegram you read that Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Pat Poker, and The Dalton Brothers have escaped from jail. You as a good cowboy and law keeper have to catch them and return them back, finishing 12 levels of the game. Players guide Luke through levels by walking, jumping, climbing and ducking. There are also objects to collect such as dynamite (which can be used to reveal hidden paths), revolver barrels, sheriff stars and other useful items. You also have to use collected items to get past a...

Metal Masters

Metal Masters

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1993

AT A TIME WHEN MACHINES ARE WORTH MORE THAN MAN One man is worth more to humanity than any machine ever was. The evil Baron Harkan has long sought to dominate the world and now, with the political power he has gained through shrewd investments in the Metal Master Tournaments and the discovery of a Super Robot, his plans seem unstoppable. Only you, a novice Metal Master, sponsored by the League for Freedom can defeat Harkan's robot army and find the pieces to the Super Robot before he does. Or can you?

Otto's Ottifanten: Baby Bruno's Nightmare

Otto's Ottifanten: Baby Bruno's Nightmare

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1998

Baby Bruno has had nightmare! A magician has dissolved his Teddy Honk and he may never be seen again. Only you can help him to rescue the teddy bear. But for that you need Baby Bruno to enter the mysterious cylinder, where you will face nasty traps, obstacles and enemies. Plunge into the adventure and "crack" one level after another: Hike through a secret forest where every tree is an obstacle. Enter a castle full of trickery and pitfalls - and press forward into the dungeon where Honk is trapped.

Radikal Bikers

Radikal Bikers

Sony Playstation - Released - May 23, 1998

Radical Bikers is a conversion from an arcade machine by Gaelco/Atari of 1998 Radikal Bikers will lead players through towns all over Europe and through big cities like New York in the States. Players are required to pick up extra time and power-ups littered around the tracks so they can make it to certain destinations on time. On the way, the players have to perform jumps, smash front windows of shops, and more. Racing from one side of a city to the other within a time limit is the crux of what is happening. Of course, you’ll race against a rival pizza deliverer to up the ‘thrill’...

Radikal Bikers

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Unreleased

Jump on your scooter and take up the challenge. Through the busiest streets in the world you've got to avoid trucks, cars, police, obstacles and people in a pizza fuelled dash for glory. Take the challenge and race your way across Paris, London, New York and the true home of Pizza - Italy! Featuring: Classic Arkade Mode. Radikal Mode. 2 player dash for glory. Numerous Characters and Scooters to suit your personal taste. GET OUTTA MY WAY! No speed limit. No seat belt. No air bag. No rules!

The Revenge of the Smurfs

The Revenge of the Smurfs

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 11, 2002

Revenge of the Smurfs is a 2D platform game created by Infogrames for the Gameboy Advance. It is based on the Super Nintendo version of The Smurfs videogame.

Sea Battle

Sea Battle

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1998

Sea Battle is an adaptation of the pen-and-paper game "Battleship"/"Sea Battle". The player is a fleet commander and must guess where enemy's ships are on board, and "destroy" them. Enemy hunts for player's ships, the better commander wins. Game has several modes: player can customize many things, like the size of the board, the number of vessels and the use of special weapons.

The Smurfs

The Smurfs

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1994

Gargamel has already captured three Smurfs. Smurf to their rescue! Smurf down the mountains riding on a sledge, explore the labyrinths of the mine, travel on the back of a stork... but beware of nasty enemies such as the Buzz flies, the Angry Smurfs, the Howlibird, Azrael and... Gargamel!

The Smurfs

The Smurfs

Sega Master System - Released - 1995

Gargamel has already captured three Smurfs. Smurf to their rescue! Smurf down the mountains riding on a sledge, explore the labyrinths of the mine, travel on the back of a stork... but beware of nasty enemies such as the Buzz flies, the Angry Smurfs, the Howlibird, Azrael and... Gargamel!

Spirou

Sega Game Gear - Unreleased - 1996

Just as he is about to present his inventions to a scientific research symposium in New York, Count Champignac is kidnapped by Cyanida. The evil robot has but one aim, to rule the world. There's not a moment to lose. Spirou will have to scour the streets, subways and skyscrapers of New York and fly to Palombia, a marshy jungle full of surprise... good and bad... Sega Game Gear port was developed and completed, slated for a 1996 release, but its release was cancelled; a prototype ROM containing the full game circulates around the Internet; it is very similar to the 1996 released Game Boy...

Spirou

Spirou

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1996

Spirou, a journalist, and his friend Fantasio visit New York for an international conference of scientific research. When the pair arrives at the conference, Count Champignac, their long-time friend and one of the inventors at the conference, has disappeared. It turns out that Cyanide, a robot and one of Spirou's long time enemies, has kidnapped the count. With Count Champignac's inventions, Cyanide's intention is to make robots rule the earth and make all humans into slaves. While Spirou tries to save Champignac and stop Cyanida, Fantasio gathers intel in order to help Spirou.

Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet

Sega Game Gear - Released - 1996

Travel with Tintin to the heart of Tibet and help him find his missing friend Tchang! You will need to stay alert and agile if you are to avoid the many hazards of the Himalayas such as dizzy descents, steep rock faces and snow-covered crevasses... From Kathmandu to the Yeti's cave, remember to talk to the many characters along the way, and don't forget to be on the look-out for the many objects essential to the success of your quest! Will you get there in time to save Tchang? His only hope lies with you...

Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 3, 2001

Re-live the adventures of Tintin on the search for his friend Chang. What happened to Chang after the crash of the DC3 on the way to Kotmondu? Set off with Tintin to Tibet where all along your exciting journey you'll find vital items to aid your progress and interrogate the locals for helpful advice. You'll face many a danger as you examine the aeroplane wreck, climb on steep rock walls and meet the legendary Yeti

Tintin in Tibet

Tintin in Tibet

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1995

Re-live the adventures of Tintin on the search for his friend Chang. What happened to Chang after the crash of the DC3 on the way to Kotmondu? Set off with Tintin to Tibet where all along your exciting journey you'll find vital items to aid your progress and interrogate the locals for helpful advice. You'll face many a danger as you examine the aeroplane wreck, climb on steep rock walls and meet the legendary Yeti.

Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun

Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 9, 2000

The Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun is based on the Belgian comic book of the same name. The basic plotline is the same: Professor Cuthbert Calculus gets kidnapped and the player, in the role of Tintin, needs to rescue him. The rest is more loosely adapted: in contrast to the comic, which is mostly based in Peru, this game offers many different locations all over the world. The gameplay itself is a typical platforming action: Tintin walks through the levels while avoiding the enemies. Pretty much everyone, e.g. little girls and security guards, is out to hurt Tintin who has no...

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is a 2D side-scrolling beat'em up (quite similar to Bad Dudes - only several levels have limited 2.5D gameplay). The game is very different from Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for PC and N64, which is a first-person shooter and has a different story. The player controls main hero Joshua Fireseed, who became Turok and fights against the Amaranthine Accordance, a legion of dinosoids. The gameplay is quite simple - the player goes left, jumps over holes and spikes, climbs up, and of course kills enemies, like humans, various dinosaurs, giant bees etc. The hero uses several weapons...

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion

Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 27, 2000

The Dinosoids are split into two factions: one lives peacefully with humans, and the other wants to destroy all of humanity. Joshua Fireseed, also known as Turok, wants to stop the destroyers from becoming the dominant group. To do so, he must complete five different missions and destroy the evil Dinosoids' leaders. Luckily there are a large number of weapons for Turok to use including pistols, shotguns, rocket launchers, and machine guns. In addition to the weapons, he will be able to drive a tank, powerboat, and swamp buggy to work his way through the missions. Will Turok be able to stop the...

Turok: Battle of the Bionosaurs

Turok: Battle of the Bionosaurs

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1997

Battle of the Bionosaurs is a companion to its N64 and PC counterpart Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. As Turok you are tasked with battling dinosaurs, cyborgs and ruthless mercenaries to achieve ultimate victory over evil. You get a wide variety of weapons through the eight levels of battle and objectives. Use the weapons carefully as different adversaries react differently to each one. You get to explore large levels and use a password system to save your progress.

Turok: Rage Wars

Turok: Rage Wars

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 1, 2000

Humanity faces extinction from an intergalactic threat, as the Earth has been targeted by a group of militaristic colonizers known as the Amarinthine Accordance. Now it is up to Turok, also known as Joshua Fireseed, to save humanity once again. While the main enemy is the Accordance, the Dinosoids have allied with them. Turok must travel to four alien worlds to defeat both the Dinosoids and the Accordance. Luckily, he has a wide range of weapons at his disposal including a knife, pistol, rocket launcher, and bow. While exploring the planets, Turok will find tune-up kits that increase the power...

UEFA 2000

UEFA 2000

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 2000

UEFA 2000 is a officially licensed soccer game for the Game Boy Color. In the game you can play with many national teams. All of them have real player names. You can play the game in practice, friendly, cup and league mode. Settings include an option to choose between extra time or golden goal (first to score a goal wins). Like any soccer game you can shoot, pass, tackle and make headers. The game comes with three difficulty settings to play with.

V-Rally: Edition 99

V-Rally: Edition 99

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 1, 1999

Get all the bumps, jumps, thrills, and spills of off-road rally racing in your hands with V-RALLY EDITION '99 for the Game Boy Color. Choose between four real-world rally cars: Peugeot 306 Maxi, the Mitsubishi Lancer WRC, V-Rally Ford Escort WRC, and Subaru Impreza WRC. Then race on 40 courses in exotic locations like Indonesia, Safari, Corsica, New Zealand, Alps, United Kingdom, Greece, Argentina, Italy, and Sweden. The terrain of each track has an effect on your car's performance, and you must be careful because snow, dirt, and asphalt all react differently. In addition to the terrain, keep...

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