Nintendo 64 - Released - November 28, 1997
64 Ozumo is a sumo wrestling game. The gameplay simulates various aspects of a sumo wrestler’s life, such as diets and training. The game uses 3D areas, the analogue stick for movement and C-button combinations to perform moves. The game also uses a comic look and some of the eight areas feature unusual places such as the Moon or Egypt.
Nintendo 64 - Released - March 19, 1999
64 Oozumou 2 is a sumo wrestling game for the Nintendo 64, which was only released in Japan in 1999. It is the sequel to the game 64 Oozumou. Like its predecessor, the gameplay simulates various aspects of a sumo wrestler’s life.
Nintendo 64 - Released - August 7, 1998
64 Trump Collection: Alice no Waku Waku Trump World (64 Trump Collection - Alice’s Exciting Trip to Trump World) is a card game based on Alice in Wonderland. The game was not received well in English speaking territories. N64 Magazine described the game as “an unfathomable Alice in Wonderland-themed card game” which was deemed “a real Lenny Bennett of a game”.
Sony Playstation - Released - February 16, 2001
Card Shark is a collection of card games, most of which are single player games, in which the player competes against three AI opponents in any of ten games. The games that can be played in this product are: Seven In A Row: For four players. All cards are dealt and players take turns playing a card, the first player to play all their cards wins. Cards are played sequentially by suit and each suit starts with the seven and builds both up to the king and down to the ace. The game is played in levels, to progress to the next level the player must finish either first of second on a five round...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - December 9, 1999
Move over tycoons, the baddest coaster in the land is coming straight for the SEGA Dreamcast. Coaster Works serves up much more than your typical roller coaster game. Build your own death defying tracks, or trade them on-line with friends. No matter how you play, hold on, because Coaster Works will be the most intense ride of your life. Ride your own tracks No other roller coaster simulation lets you actually ride the tracks you have created. Coaster Works lets you climb into the hot seat for all the razor-sharp turns, daredevil drops, and stomach-churning loops you can dish out. You can...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 26, 2002
Play your favorite card games like you've never seen them before. Interactive game play and crisp graphics make Family Card Games Fun Pack a fun time for the entire family. Includes Seven in a Row, Old Maid (Old Man), The Rich Man, Speed, Splash, Poker, Page One, Blackjack, Seven Bridges, and Concentration!
Nintendo 64 - Released - April 9, 1999
Onegai Monster is a strategy RPG for the Nintendo 64. Originally dubbed a “Pokémon clone”, it is in fact closer to games such as Digimon World or Monster Rancher for the PlayStation. The player character is a child who starts a journey to become a monster breeder on his tenth birthday. After receiving and hatching an egg, the player walks around the world, completing requests from people and raising monsters. Requests are basic RPG quests—such as collecting an item for a non-playable character—and the monsters fight in Pokémon-style, turn-based battles. Unlike Pokémon, every monster in the...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 19, 1996
Sugoroku Ginga Senki ("Record of Galactic War Board Game") is a sugoroku-style game, where players roll the dice and move their pieces, then follow the instructions provided on the space. The player hires underlings from the space station, and occupies stars one after another. Depending on where they land, a player might be required to win a mini-game, or succeed in a game of chance. The game uses anime-style cutaways and portraits, but isn't attached to any extant license. Instead, these characters seem to be inspired by other space opera manga/anime, in particular Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu...
Nintendo 64 - Unreleased
Toon Panic was a multiplayer brawler / arcade fighting game for Nintendo 64, in development at Bottom Up. It was meant to be similar to Power Stone or Rakugaki ShowTime, but it was later cancelled because of bankruptcy of the studio. A proto was sold some years ago on a japanese auction, and finally leaked to the public on the 3 December 2008, thanks to Team Carrot / No-Intro. “Unfortunately the game is far from being complete. There is a nice intro with cool music, no main game, a multiplayer mode but without IA and some debug features.” The Final Fantasy 8 images in the characters select...
WonderSwan - Released - September 28, 2000
Trump Collection 2: Bottom Up Teki Sekaiisshuu no Tabi was not only the last game in the Trump Collection series, but the last one ever released by Bottom Up.
WonderSwan - Released - July 1, 1999
Trump Collection: Bottom Up Teki Trump Seikatsu is a Gambling game, developed and published by Bottom Up, which was released in Japan in 1999.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 29, 1996
A game that features four modes that allows players and AI to fight each other in a number of different venues. Each mode is wholly distinct from one another, and spans a breadth of different genres. Each can also support a different number of human players, with the rest either controlled by AI or turned off. The game's four modes are A egg-shifting match-up puzzle mode that resembles the Magical Drop games; A real-time strategy combat mode represented as a snowball fight where players move multiple units around at once and need to use careful timing to take out their opponent's forces first;...