Sony PSP - Released - November 5, 2010
A compilation of two puzzle games in which players tilt a substance known as Mercury around, guiding it to one or more finish posts in the level.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 19, 2003
Animal Snap: Rescue Them 2 By 2 is variation of Mahjong. The animals are lost and need you to help them find their way home. Featuring ten characters across ten stages. Every level is different each time that it's played.!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 1, 2002
Animal Snap is a puzzle game, developed by Awesome Developments and published by Ignition Entertainment, which was released in 2002.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 3, 2004
Join world renowned pool game designer Archer Maclean at the table in ARCHER MACLEAN'S 3D POOL for the Game Boy Advance. This virtual pool game by Ignition Entertainment puts players up against 20 different computer adversaries or against other players in a true three dimensional environment. The one-player mode features several different options. Players can select to use either coin-op or professional rules. Both American and UK variations of the game are available as well. A rule editor feature allows players to pick and choose which of the different rules will be in effect for the game. A trick-shot table editor gives players a chance to set trick shot options. Pool fans will be pleased at the game's graphics and smoothness, and while some pool games occasionally defy the laws of physics, ARCHER MACLEAN'S 3D POOL is nearly flawless, perfectly simulating every shot. The free camera can be positioned almost anywhere around the table, letting players find that perfect angle to line up their shots. In addition to the one-player mode, a multiplayer option lets players run a tournament for up to eight players. With this multiplayer feature, the many game options, and the amazing graphics, gamers and pool fans alike will be ready to rack 'em and sink 'em with ARCHER MACLEAN'S 3D POOL.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 17, 2003
Using the game engine from Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker, this game recreates pool in minute detail. A bold 3D graphics engine with realistic physics and millions of shot permutations (in terms of direction, speed and spin) is at the heart of it. Three versions of pool are offered - UK and US 8-ball as well as the fast-paced all-action 9-ball game. There are 20 computer opponents, with the hardest of them being almost unbeatable, as well as two-player and trick-shot modes. Unlike the original release of Whirlwind Snooker, you can save more than one game on the disk at a time.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 22, 2004
A top-down racing game where you race on tracks in various countries. As you race, be sure to pick up any power-ups such as money and repairs. You should also avoid running into things very much as your car will explode if you have too much damage. If you are smart, you can slow your opponents down a lot by running into them in certain ways, however. Play the game in quick race, or tournament mode, or choose to play a friend in link mode. Race each track and try to set records as you strive for first place in each track and your name in the high scores list. If you play in the tournament mode, you can buy upgrades for your car between each race. This is not an option for the quick race mode.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 1, 2003
International Karate + (IK+) is a simple side-on beat 'em up. 3 characters appear on the screen - either 1 player and 2 AI, or 2 player and 1 AI - and proceed to kick seven bells out of each other via various karate moves. Each of the moves scores a different number of points and if you come last in a particular round you are eliminated. There are some sub-games too, involving your karate-master holding a shield and defending himself against bouncing balls from both directions, and kicking bombs off the screen before they explode. All in the pursuit of that elusive black belt...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 28, 2004
You can perfect your technique in free fishing. Then use these skills to compete to be the number one Bass Fisherman and land that Monster Bass Fishing. You can also store your best six catches in the aquarium for later viewing.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 2, 2003
Pinball Tycoon is a pinball simulation featuring four themed tables. Each table has its own goals and objectives. Dig for gold in California Gold Rush, strike oil in Black Gold, become a movie millionaire in Hollywood Mogul and win a fortune in Golden Chance.
Windows - Released - October 22, 2005
It simulates both classic and modern rallying, and is best known for its realistic physics engine. This game is considered by many gamers to be one of the most realistic and difficult racing simulators. RBR was not made to be modifiable, but despite this there are mods available due to a large online community. The game was originally an offline racing game but user created mods have enabled online play. A sequel to the game is unlikely, due to the death of Richard Burns in 2005. In addition, after the PC release, Warthog was sold to Gizmondo, who went bankrupt in 2006. Since the release, the publisher SCi Purchased Eidos Interactive in an all-share offer, winning a bidding war from then-former EA man John Riccitiello and Eidos management.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 3, 2004
A collection of six minigame challenges -- Shooting (shoot down clay pidgeons), Archery (score points with 10 arrow shots), Javelin (throw for the longest distance), Football (kick fieldgoals for completion and accuracy), Pole Vault (the best of three attempts are judged for height and finesse), and Hammer Throw (toss the hammer for distance).
Sony Playstation - Released - October 3, 2003
YOUR MISSION is to destroy all the aliens you encounter, while protecting the ten people assigned to each moon that you visit. Survive past all 4 moons and you will have earned your reward of being trans-warped back home to earth, 500 million miles away, to a hero's welcome.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 2, 2004
In this fun and accessible game for all the family, you need to reach for your racquet and take on all comers as you play against the World Tennis Stars! Are you good enough?