Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 15, 2000
Carl Lewis Athletics 2000 is a sports game focusing on Decathlon and its ten disciplines: pole vault, long jump, shot put, discus throw, javelin throw, high jump and running (100, 110, 400 and 150 metres). The controls follow the traditional mechanics: rhythmic button mashing, if necessarily followed by pressing an action button. Besides the traditional championship mode, the player can also participate in the arcade mode in which a certain performance must be met in order to qualify to the next event. Unlockable by winning the Decathlon is a special mode with three additional disciplines:...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 9, 2001
Dracula: Crazy Vampire is a 2D top-down game, starring count Dracula. The game uses cartoony "big-heads" stylized graphics. Dracula slept a long time. Now, he has a new enemy - Grand Inquisitor Torquemada - and must find 11 of his fellow vampires. The Count explores the castle, and fights against various opponents by shooting bats. Drinking the enemies' blood replenishes health. Dracula must also solve some puzzles by moving crates, flipping switches, opening doors, or lowering drawbridges. He can talk to other characters. The game has eleven levels, some of which take place outside the...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 16, 2001
Flipper & Lopaka is a licensed side-scroller based on the Australian cartoon of the same name. The premise of the show is that Flipper the dolphin has taught Lopaka (a native Pacific islander boy) the secrets of the ocean, allowing him to survive underwater for long periods and communicate with sea life. Together the two must usually stop the evil plans of Dexter, a mean octopus. The game has you trade off between the two characters: Lopaka must find a magic crystal in his sprawling platforming levels, then Flipper must take the crystal and place it on an altar in his Ecco the Dolphin-style...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 30, 2000
After stowing away on Cortes's ship bound for the New World, Miguel and Tulio find themselves in a strange land with no food. However, they do find part of a map that might lead them to El Dorado, the lost city of gold. You take the role of either Miguel or Tulio as they search 20 levels of action that span swamps, rainforests, Spanish galleons, and even El Dorado for treasure and the other pieces of the map. Along the way, the heroes will have to fight bulls, native warriors, Spanish soldiers, wild boars, and rhinos, and they'll also have to brave the Circle of Fire. Luckily, the heroes are...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 23, 2001
In this game, the film's hero, Gizmo, attempts to find the gremlins and capture them all. In the meantime, the sinister Stripe and his army of 30 different gremlins decide to invade the town of Kingston Falls and try to transform Gizmo into a gremlin. The game can be played as either character. Gremlins: Unleashed! features 10 levels based in locations featured in the film, including Billy's house, the school laboratory, the department store, and the movie theater.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 16, 2001
Kirikou is a 2001 platform video game based upon the 1998 French film Kirikou and the Sorceress. It was developed by Étranges Libellules for the PlayStation, Planet Interactive for the Game Boy Color and Krysalide for Microsoft Windows. It was published Wanadoo.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 13, 2002
Our modern world and an ancient land have come together on Kong Island, a secret world of prehistoric beasts which protects the 13 sacred stones - the key to ultimate power! Join Kong, Jason and his friends in an amazing platform adventure, battling prehistoric creatures, to rescue the stones from the forces of evil and save the planet.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 6, 2000
Laura discovers a diamond in her basement. After her grandfather tells her that diamonds will attract fairies when surrounded by the energy of good deeds, Laura travels throughout the city to find people in need of help. As with most large towns, there are plenty of people in need of assistance, and each of them sends Laura to complete a task. Fortunately, Laura is never in any real danger--if she makes a mistake, she can always repeat any mission. As another stroke of luck, the citizenry is always willing to help her. When she springs into action to help someone, Laura will enter one of 10...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1999
Yeti wants to rule over the entire world, so he is using his magical powers to turn it into a large mass of ice. There is only one person who can save the day: Mr. Nutz the Squirrel. You take control of Mr. Nutz as he runs, jumps, swims, and flies through six different worlds. Along the way, you must collect acorns, coins, extra lives, and extra energy. Getting through the levels and collecting the goodies is no walk in the park, as there are plenty of bad guys waiting to stop you. Luckily, Mr. Nutz can dispose of them by jumping on their heads or whipping them with his giant tail. Will you be...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 1, 2000
Papyrus is an Action game, developed by Planet Interactive and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 2000.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 6, 2001
There is only one rule with this game - Be the last one standing no matter what! Planet Monsters must confront themselves in eight unique countries each of 5 levels. Four monsters can play at once, so arm yourself with traps, blocks, jelly guns, grenades...and a great sense of humor!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 14, 2000
Spirou: The Robot Invasion is a 2D side'scrolling platform game based on the Franco-Belgian comic Spirou et Fantasio. Fantasio bought a strange mechanical device. When he brings it home and thoroughly inspects it, it turns out to be a malevolent robot who subsequently escapes from the house. Soon a villain called Cyanide appears to be involved and the entire town is crawling with evil robots. It's up to the player (as Spirou) to set things straight! Armed with a maul you have to trash the robots. Controls are similar to other platform games: you can walk, jump, attack, use a switch and grab...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 15, 2001
Tootuff is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Planet Interactive and published by Infogrames, which was released in Europe in 2001.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 1, 2002
Supermodel Pamela Anderson gets another shot at the spotlight in this video game based on Anderson's hit television series. Just like the show, this game has plenty of action, humor, and strategic depth to keep you engaged and, of course, there are also supermodels (if you like that sort of thing). Anderson's character, Vallery, is the star of the game, and you'll help guide the buxom blonde through 30 massive levels of fun and excitement. Vallery being a bodyguard, there are lots of high-profile clients who will enlist her (your) services. You'll have to use martial arts skills, high-tech...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 23, 2001
Step into the glamorous shoes of TV's baddest and blondest detective in V.I.P. for the Game Boy Color. You are Vallery Irons, a beautiful Los Angeles private eye (played by Pamela Anderson in the hit syndicated show). It's your dangerous duty to track down a famous movie star who has mysteriously vanished into thin air. But you aren't alone you're aided in your action-packed adventure by your V.I.P. team members: intelligence agent Tasha Dexter, martial arts specialist Johnny Loh, explosives expert Nikki Franco, weapons expert Quick Williams, and computer expert Kay Simmons. In V.I.P. you'll...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 15, 2001
Help Snow White avoid the evil clutches of the jealous Queen and seek refuge in the Dwarfs' forest home. Beware of strangers peddhing apples and find Prince Charming, your true love, to live happily ever after.