Sega Saturn - Released - January 17, 1997
2Tax Gold (ニタックスゴールド) is a quiz game for the Sega Saturn.
Nintendo Game Boy - July 23, 1993
Aa Harimanada (??????) is a Japanese media franchise that began with a 1991 manga by Kei Sadayasu published in Kodansha's Weekly Morning. A television anime series was broadcast in 1992. The series was later adapted to a video game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Game Gear and Sega Mega Drive. A port was also released on the Game Boy, released by ASK.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 21, 1992
The dragonmen have taken Solace. Its beautiful tree houses lie black and battered amid the stumps of great vallenwood trees. Kapak Draconians, armed with poisoned weapons, enforce a crutal martial law on the survivors. And Solace is only one outpost: the dragonarmies control the plains. Only the elven kingdom of Qualinesti stands unconquered. The rest of the plainsmen suffer the most: a long slave caravan hauls hundreds of them to the fortress prison of Pax Tharkas.
Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1991
The following text from the box cover summarizes the premise: Long ago, when magic still prevailed, the evil wizard Mangar the Dark threatened a small but harmonious country town called Skara Brae. Evil creatures oozed into Skara Brae and joined his shadow domain. Mangar froze the surrounding lands with a spell of Eternal Winter, totally isolating Skara Brae from any possible help. Then, one night the town militiamen all disappeared. The future of Skara Brae hung in the balance. And who was left to resist? Only a handful of unproven young Warriors, junior Magic Users, a couple of Bards barely...
Nintendo Entertainment System - January 25, 1992
The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight is a Role-Playing game, developed by Atelier Double and published by Pony Canyon, which was released in Japan in 1992.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 2, 2001
The Black Onyx is a Role-Playing game, developed by Atelier Double and published by Taito Corporation, which was released in Japan in 2001.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 22, 2000
The game revolves around Boku, a 9 year old boy sent to his aunt and uncle in Japan's wooded countryside and the daily adventures he encounters there. Boku is there because his Mother is in her final month of pregnancy. The player controls him for the 31 days of August 1975 (In Japan, a Summer Vacation, called natsuyasumi last for one month). You explore the game's area and can catch bugs and pit them against each other, collect bottle caps, fly a kite, or just relax.
Nintendo Game Boy - February 1, 1990
BOXXLE is a game. BOXXLE is a puzzle. BOXXLE is the go-anywhere brain teaser for the Game Boy system that you just can't put down. The game is based on moving crates around in a warehouse. But manual labor won't win the game: it takes brain power to move boxes into their proper spaces to clean up the room and get to the next screen... and the next... and the next! The puzzles keep coming - over 100 different screens in all. It BOXXLES the mind! Plus, you can pick your puzzle or use the edit function to create your own screens. You'll never get bored once you get BOXXLE!
Nintendo Game Boy - June 22, 1990
A Challenging Follow-Up to the Original BOXXLE Game BOXXLE II is a challenging, brain-teasing puzzle game based on moving creates around a warehouse. Time has passed since Willy met Wanda in the original BOXXLE storyline. Willy is hard at work in the warehouse when an alien abducts Wanda! How can he save her? He must build his own spaceship! Each time you help Willy move boxes into their proper spaces and clean up one level, he is able to buy parts for his rocket. But manual labor won't save the day. You'll need brain power, too, to beat BOXXLE II! There are over 120 different maze-like...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 26, 1994
Cyber Knight 2 is a direct story sequel to the original (whose translation was also done by Aeon Genesis.) After the Swordfish´s crew reappears in known space, they are apprehended and imprisoned by the Earth Federation, a new military dictator having seized all of the Swordfish´s alien technology developed in the distant galaxy. It is a time of civil war amongst the federated planets, and the crew has been thrown directly into the center! Soon, new weapons called Metalliforms are created, which the General intends to use to conquer the galaxy! This thing´s moved really fast. It took just...
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - October 21, 1988
A conversion port of the Atari 8-Bit computer game Dandy. Though it has been changed quite a bit for it's Japanese audience and doesn't resemble the original game very much at all. The view is overhead and much like Zelda you walk around and explore while using your sword to defeat various enemies. There are various dungeons and villages you can visit and the game even has a day/night cycle.
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1989
Opa-Opa is at it again in this zany return to his original homeland some ten years later. Welcome to Fantasy Zone II where perils are great and rewards even greater. During your visit you'll discover that peace is at stake once again and those who threaten it are more cunning and wicked than before. So beware, the evil Blackhearts are near and they're not alone. Scores of unusual and seemingly innocent creatures will enthusiastically approach you. But don't be fooled. They're not here to help. They're henchmen for the dark powers of the Blackhearts. And they'll sabotage every chance you've got...
Sony Playstation - Released - January 5, 1999
Hit the slopes with Capcom's snow boarding experience Freestyle Boardin' '99. Featuring six boarders and ten different courses, Freestyle Boardin' '99 will test your skills in four modes of play -- Championship, Timed Competition, Freestyle, and Versus. Visit backcountry downhill slopes and then hit the half pipe or straight jump competition, all the while keeping your eyes on that coveted gold medal.
Nintendo Game Boy
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 25, 1994
Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba is a Role-Playing game, developed by Atelier Double and published by Banpresto, which was released in Japan in 1994. Based off the shōnen manga series, Legend of the Swordmaster Yaiba, by Gosho Aoyama.
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 21, 1990
Kujaku Ou II is an Adventure game, developed by Atelier Double and published by Pony Canyon, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 2, 1994
The player, as the young wizard Kurt, travels the world learning magic after successfully completing his coming of age ceremony. He joins with three other young heroes and fights to preserve the fragile peace of his homeland and its neighbor.The game uses a distinctive combat system in which characters run around a field performing attacks and spells on enemies. The game has an auto-battle function that chooses the best strategic option, or the player can select their own strategy depending on their current status, the amount of magical power they have remaining and their distance from the...
Sony Playstation - Released - November 25, 1999
Join Ginball in his quest to find the legendary Ling Master is this Action RPG from Ascii. Along the way you'll encounter many Lings and fight against the evil dictator Mubara. Lings are ancient creatures which will help you in your battles. At the beginning of the game Ginball arrives at a town and there he knows a girl that asked his to be her bodyguard through the snow mountains to arrives the town at the top, after taking her there they are put on a jail and when someone release them he got to defeat the evil man on charge on the town, when the player defeats him he will have to go out...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 25, 1995
Matsukata Hiroki no Super Trawling ("Hiroki Matsukata's Super Trawling") is a fishing game for the Super Famicom featuring actor and enthusiastic angler Hiroki Matsukata, best known for his tough guy roles in yakuza movies. The player travels to exotic fishing locations across the globe, looking for especially large fish such as blue marlin. The game also requires that the player fights the fish, wearing it out before they can drag it into their boat. The game's competitions require that the player throw back any fish below a certain weight, and there's a time limit to find a winning fish.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 24, 2000
Monkey Puncher is a game where the goal is to train a monkey to fight in boxing matches in order to save your kidnapped sibling. You can choose to play as either a boy or a girl character; the one you do not pick is your sibling.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 23, 1995
A story based game centering around Pachinko game machine play, which if you are somehow unaware is a cross between a western pinball game and a slot machine. Learn important lessons about small business ownership and not judging a book by its hundreds of tiny balls.
Nintendo Game Boy - March 21, 1990
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1999
Power Lode Runner is a Super Famicom video game published by Nintendo on the first day of 1999. The game is an updated version of Lode Runner. In the game you'll control Muguru-kun whose primary goal is to collect gold in order to progress through the game. Monkeys will act as the game's villains. The game was released as a Nintendo Power RAM cartridge.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 25, 1999
Taking control of a devil, you go through a series of mazes with the same goal in mind as SUPER SOUKOBAN. Pushing boxes (this time stones) to cover purple dots (this time pits). The modern twist? But of course, STAYING ALIVE. Staying alive? Yes, for from the excavation comes forth HELL’S ARMY!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 23, 1995
Princess Minerva is based on an anime of the same name. In the kingdom of Whistler, the best fighters are young, beautiful women, proficient in many styles of combat. Princess Minerva is one of them. She participates in a tournament, battles against the best female fighters of the country, and ultimately joins forces with them, building a super-powerful party that is bound to defeat the archenemy of the Queen of Whistler, the evil sorceress Dynastar. The game begins where the girls are already united and are getting ready for the grand quest. Your party contains nine girls, each one with...
Sony Playstation - Released - December 6, 1996
Ranma ½: Battle Renaissance (らんま½ バトルルネッサンス, Ranma ½ batoru runessansu?) is a 3-D fighting gamereleased for the Sony Playstation in 1996. It was the first Ranma ½ game released for the console, and also the last game solely based on Ranma ½. The game is well remembered amongst fans for being the only fighting game in which Ryu Kumon and Rouge appear as characters. The game features the voices of every character from the anime series. The exceptions are Ryu and Rouge, who only appeared in the manga and are voiced by Mitsuru Miyamoto and Kumiko Nishihara, respectively.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1994
Ranma gets a letter explaining that they just received the recipe to the most valuable of all treasures, the Maneki Neko, which has the ability to grant any wish. Ranma must then set out to find the 12 ingredients of the Maneki Neko, located all over the world, before one of their rivals does the same.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 31, 2001
Simple 1500 Series vol.062 - The Ski is a Ski game that use the same graphic engine that the Snowboarding. The game features 3 main characters (that the player can change their clothes) and 3 game modes: - Race Mode: Compete against yourself or 1 or 2 computer opponents and try to win the race. - Trick Mode: Compete against yourself or 1 or 2 computer opponents and do the best trick score. - Mix Mode: A mix between race & trick mode. You got to win the race and do as much tricks as you can.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 2003
Snowboarding is a Sports game, developed by Atelier Double and published by D3Publisher, which was released in Japan in 2000. Choose your character and make your way across one of the challenging courses at the world’s craziest resort in Snowboard Racer. You’ll need all your skills and concentration as you take the racing line through the flags, jump huge ramps, zigzag through pine trees and cut through the powder in a race to the finish. With two different modes on offer, it’s not always the quickest player that wins. You have to impress the judges with the coolest, most dangerous moves if...
Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1999
Take to the streets on one of ten stylin' boards in the first skateboarding game for the PlayStation, courtesy of Electronic Arts and Micro Cabin. Two variations of play include the Street Tour Mode, where you skate through three 3D courses trying to pull off as many tricks as you can within a time limit, and Free Skate Mode, where you either play for points or practice your moves without worrying about the clock. Skaters can also play against a friend in Versus Mode to see who can pull off the most tricks. Street Sk8ter features 200 different moves and combinations to perform while racing,...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 21, 1990
Tamura Mitsuaki no Mahjong Seminar is a Mahjong game, published by Pony Canyon, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - March 27, 1987
It's all here - the strategy, the challenge, the competition and the pageantry of the Winter Games. Compete against a friend or take on the computer in four completely realistic and action-packed events. Choose the country you want to represent. Then practice, train and develop the winning strategy for each competition... Speed Skating in a grueling race on ice. Hot Dog Aerials for daredevils on skis. Figure Skating to test balance, stamina and precision. Bobsled, where every screaming turn could mean the difference between wiping out and winning gold. Your adrenaline and heart are racing. Let...
Sega Saturn - February 21, 1997
Zap! Snowboarding Trix (ザップ！ スノーボーディング トリックス) is a Sega Saturn sports game released exclusively in Japan. It was followed by Zap! Snowboarding Trix '98.
Sega Saturn - December 18, 1997
Zap! Snowboarding Trix '98 (ザップ! スノーボーディング・トリックス'98) is the sequel to Zap! Snow Boarding Trix and was also released for the Sega Saturn exclusively in Japan. It was also released on the PlayStation, localized as Phat Air Extreme Snowboarding. Interestingly, all text and voiceovers in the Saturn version are from the localization: entirely in English and with American voiceovers.