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1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle a Table

1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle a Table

Nintendo DS - Released - July 2, 2010

Finding inspiration in the kitchen has never been easier than with 1000 cooking recipes. You can start by browsing the recipe list or searching for something specific. The software will then provide suggestions for starters, mains and desserts or wines and cheeses that perfectly complement your selection. Once you have decided on your menu you can construct a shopping list or leap into meal preparation.

The Amazing Spider-Man: Lethal Foes

The Amazing Spider-Man: Lethal Foes

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 17, 1995

Spider-Man's greatest villains take the spotlight, struggling to make their way against heroes and rival villains alike! Featuring the Beetle and Speed Demon, later of the Thunderbolts! Dr. Octopus! The Vulture! Stegron! Swarm! Hydro-Man! The Rhino! The Kingpin! The Answer! And more! And guest-starring Spidey, natch!

Billiard Action

Billiard Action

Nintendo DS - Released - February 3, 2006

A new way to enjoy pool with friends! Billard Action represent the new frontieer of fun thanks to the new special features created appositely for Nintendo DS hardware. Share your ideas with your friends, sugges them the best shoot, draw on the Nintendo DS Touch Screen to make fun of your opponent or to suggest next shoot. The Bet System is a game into a game. During your shots or opponent shots you can bet on the result and try to win money from your opponents. Up to 4 people can play together with only 1 cartdrige thanks to the “Game Share”. Loads of fun with the...

Billiards Xciting

Billiards Xciting

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 27, 2004

Billiards Xciting is a billiards game on PS2. Different modes are included: 8-ball, 9-ball, Rotation, 14-Conti and Bow Lar. Environments are three-dimensional with multiple viewing angles available. In addition to the story mode and thirty small challenges in Trick Game, two amateurs can compete in multiplayer.

Clubhouse Games

Clubhouse Games

Nintendo DS - Released - November 3, 2005

It's game night and everyone's invited. Play more than 20 classic board, card and party games alone, with friends or via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. With familiar favorites like checkers, darts and poker, Clubhouse Games is for everyone and part of the Touch Generations library. Video game newcomers will appreciate the easy-to-use interface. Players can challenge up to seven friends with one game card via Multi-Card Play or DS Download Play. Can't play checkers without shouting "KING ME!" across the table? The in-game (PictoChat-like) feature takes table talk to a new level. There's no need to...

Doraemon 2: Animal Planet Densetsu

Doraemon 2: Animal Planet Densetsu

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 19, 1992

Doraemon 2: Animal Wakusei Densetsu is an Action game, developed by Agenda and published by Epoch, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Doraemon Minna de Asobou!

Doraemon Minna de Asobou!

Nintendo GameCube - Released - July 18, 2003

Doraemon Minna de Yuubou! is an Action game, developed by Agenda and published by Epoch, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Douga de Puzzle Da! Puppukupuu

Douga de Puzzle Da! Puppukupuu

Sony Playstation - Released - July 7, 1995

Douga de puzzle da! Puppukupuu is a jigsaw puzzle game with a lot different puzzles and game modes for the player to enjoy for hours. The game features an easy gameplay and also features a movie image instead of the classic static images view in the puzzles. The main game modes are for just one player, and to advance in these games the player have to clear each stage. The game features also different 2 player vs modes.

Dragon Slayer Gaiden

Dragon Slayer Gaiden

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 3, 1992

A spin-off from the successful Dragon Slayer series by Falcom, Dragon Slayer Gaiden casts you once again as the nameless knight who must clear dozens of dungeons and save the land from the ever-present dragons. Gameplay differs somewhat from the original Dragon Slayer in that there are now outdoors areas, as well as npcs that send you on specific quests. Combat is still real-time, but a new attack button brings the game closer to other action-rpgs like Zelda.

Hajite! Block Rush

Hajite! Block Rush

Nintendo Wii - Released - April 21, 2009

(translated from Japanese) A new sensation "attacking" is block breaking. Do not you think that block breaking is such a thing that carefully protects not to drop the ball down? This software is different. Anytime, anywhere within the time limit, you can play the ball in the direction you like 360??°. The movement of the ball slows down after a certain period of time, so even those who are not good at reflective nerve games can also play aiming and break up. Please do not mind the mistake and enjoy the exhilaration feeling which breaks the block to the full. Block is also a "moving"...

Hatayama Hacchi no Pro Yakyuu News! Jitsumeiban

Hatayama Hacchi no Pro Yakyuu News! Jitsumeiban

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 29, 1993

Hatayama Hacchi no Pro Yakyuu News! Jitsumeiban is a baseball game with a comedic cartoonish theme. The title roughly translates as "Pro Baseball News by Hatayama Hacchi! Real Name Version" (the "Real Name Version" refers to the game's license to use actual athlete/team names from the Nippon Professional Baseball league). It looks and plays like Namco's Famista/Family Stadium series. Like many Epoch games released around this time, the game is compatible with the Barcode Battler. Players can scan barcodes through the device, which can be read by the Super Famicom via a peripheral sold...

Ore no Ryouri

Ore no Ryouri

Sony Playstation - Released - September 9, 1999

Ore no Ryouri was developed by Agenda and released by Sony for the original PlayStation. Players must successfully manage different types of restaurants, utilizing the DualShock's analog sticks to perform various tasks.

RPG Tsukuru 4

RPG Tsukuru 4

Sony Playstation - Released - December 7, 2000

RPG Maker, known in Japan as RPG Tsukuru, is the name of an expansive series of programs for the development of role-playing games (RPGs), first created by the Japanese group ASCII, then succeeded by Enterbrain. The Japanese name, Tsukuru, is a pun mixing the Japanese word tsukuru, which means "make" or "create", with tsuru, the Japanese transcription of the English word "tool". The RPG Maker series has been released primarily in Japan, with later versions also released in East Asia, North America, Europe, and Australia. RPG Tsukuru 4, for the PlayStation 1, was the only one in the...

Studio P

Studio P

Sony Playstation - Released - August 23, 1996

Studio P is a collection of different kind of games in the same package: The game features different kind of jigsaw puzzles (with 2d and 3d graphics), a paint tool mode, towel game mode, sound tools, 3d animated feature, and creating a pod mode & a 3D puzzle mode.

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