Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1991
Based on the later parts of the Dragonlance book Dragons of Autumn Twilight, the heroes descend into a ruined city in search of the disks of Mishakal. The gameplay consists of horizontal fighting with a maze like map using doors to change the view. The party consists of the 8 Heroes of the Lance, using one at a time and the player can switch between them at any time. Each character has different types of attacks and spells making them more suited to fighting different enemies as well as acting as lives. One of the AD&D games that takes a break from the usual RPG style.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 6, 2001
Classic game "Breakout"is the basic rule is intact, reborn into a gripping action against the elements plus! All the blocks or the disappearance of his bullets hit the line pushed up against the center line, employs a unique Sentarainatakkushisutemu can win by killing the opponent's territory and enjoy a hot bargain. Block Wars is a mix between a classic breakout game and a strategy game. There are 8 different characters for the player to choose. 3 different game modes: - The story mode in which you will see a story with the character that you choose and will advance through it...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1990
Take a deep breath and enter a topsy-turvy world where one of your greatest enemies is... an electric fan? Control the cute Ghost who loves blowing a bubble through a wacky haunted house. His soft breath can move it, but a fragile bubble doesnt stand a ghost of a chance against a candle flame or the breeze from a fan. If the bubble bursts-pop goes the puzzle! Maneuvering around the many hazards is only part of the fun, you must also find your way through the maze-like halls. Its an a-mazing puzzle that will blow your mind and leave you breathless! - Adapted from the international...
Sega Genesis - Released - December 1, 1992
The Red Skull is using a mind-control device to unite the world's most dreaded super-villains under his command. The call goes out to the world's mightiest team of superheroes: AVENGERS ASSEMBLE! As Captain America, Iron Man, Hawkeye or Vision, it's up to you and a friend to foil the Red Skull's fiendish plan for world domination. Battle enemies like Whirlwind, Living Laser, Klaw, Grim Reaper and more! Live the Marvel legend in this picture-perfect translation of the blockbuster arcade smash!
Sony Playstation - Released - January 17, 1997
Civizard - Majutsu No Keifu is the Playstation version (only released in Japan) of a PC game called Master of Magic. Master of Magic is a single-player, fantasy turn-based strategy computer game created by Simtex and published by Microprose in 1993. The player controls a wizard attempting to rule two worlds. From a small settlement, the player must grow an empire and banish all the other wizards by military might or casting the Spell of Mastery. To do this, the player must manage resources, build cities and armies, and research spells. Master of Magic's early versions had many bugs, and was...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 29, 1993
Classic Road is a horse racing simulation game. The player can gamble on races, or raise their own racehorses and race them for cash prizes.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1995
A horseracing simulation game.The player owns their own stables and can raise and race their own racehorses. They can also choose to bet on other races for additional funds. Players split their time between their stables and the betting track at their discretion.
Sega Master System - Released - 1989
Enter the wild, fun-filled world of Mike Chen. He's out to learn the secrets of the five lands so he can become a powerful wizard of the skies! Already he has tamed a cloud to carry him around. He has learned the art of shooting Ki force from his fingertips! But standing against him are more wacky, zany creatures than you can shake your chopsticks at! Bird men. Flying car heads. Pigs with guns. And flying bowls of soup! Sounds funny... but remember that each can zap you with a touch! You do have a couple of tricks up your sleeve. Collect power-up pots to fly faster and make your Ki force...
Microsoft MSX - August 5, 1986
This is a flick-screen platform game where Jean the protagonist is powerless but can command Picot to help him. Picot is very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways to take on the many enemies you'll encounter as you attempt to reach the top of the tower.
Sega Master System - Released - 1990
You control the action as John and Jack, two warriors hand-picked by the United Nations, attempt to bring down a terrorist organization which is responsible for a worldwide wave of violence! The terrorists are capable of launching attacks from the sky, the sea, and by land. Are you the one person who can end this reign of terror?
Nintendo DS - Released - November 13, 2008
Elminage DS Remix: Yami no Miko to Kamigami no Yubiwa is a Role-Playing game, developed by Opera House and published by Starfish SD, which was released in Japan in 2008.
Sony PSP - Released - October 29, 2009
Elminage II: Sousei no Megami to Unmei no Daichi is a Role-Playing game, developed by Opera House and published by Starfish SD, which was released in Japan in 2009.
Sony PSP - Released - August 4, 2011
Elminage III: Ankoku no Shito to Taiyou no Kyuuden is a Role-Playing game, developed by Opera House and published by Starfish SD, which was released in Japan in 2011.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 27, 2008
Elminage: Yami no Miko to Kamigami no Yubiwa is a Role-Playing game, developed by Opera House and published by Starfish SD, which was released in Japan in 2008
Sega Game Gear - Released - August 7, 1992
Honoo no Doukyuuji: Dodge Danpei is a dodgeball game that is based on a shounen serialized manga about a highschool dodgeball team. It was released on a number of consoles in 1992, each of which has its own variations. The game plays similarly to other "action" dodgeball games such as Technos' Super Dodgeball, though the game presents various modes based on story beats. For instance, the game starts with a one-on-one duel in which each combatant has five hits before they're out.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 31, 1995
Kyūyaku Megami Tensei: Megami Tensei I - II consists of Megami Tensei and Megami Tensei II being updated and ported to the Super Famicom. It was released only in Japan in 1995 after Shin Megami Tensei: if... and on the heels of Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis. However Atlus did not take too many liberties with the original gameplay. A few portions of the dungeons of the first game were redone, along with a new save game and teleportation terminal feature which previously did not exist. The graphics and music were enhanced to match the capabilities of the Super Famicom.
Sega Genesis - Released - July 26, 1991
Gaya, king of the Dark World, summoned five of his loyal subjects a fierce warlock, a sorcerer with healing powers, an evil wizard, Nechromensa the master of chaos and confusion, and Samona, who possesses power over all good and evil subjects. Gaya looked over his five masters of magic and spoke: "The time has come to choose a new king, but only one of you will reign. You will use your magical powers to create fighting monsters and ultimately you will live or die. Whoever remains will conquer and inherit my kingdom. Though you may win or lose, each of you must fight to the end to be worthy of...
Sega Genesis - Released - March 29, 1991
You're the toughest soldier in the Resistance. That's why the Evil Head snatched your family. You're outnumbered, but not outsmarted. You and a three-barrel machine gun are gonna even the score! Bash into Evil Head's compound, battling tanks, missiles and flying robots in skull-to-skull combat. Crawl through bullet-filled corridors, stomp through flak-laden forests, swing down ladders and dive off ledges to ambush the evil army. The enemy hammers you with heavy artillery, rapid-fire lasers and slashing sawblades. You pound them with flamethrowers, nitro bombs and machine guns - your...
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987
The game tells another story in Ninja-kun series. This time it’s a platform game with some twists. There are two tasks alternating through levels: you are required either to kill every enemy in the level (as in the previous games) or simply to reach the exit. Running into enemies usually won’t kill you, however if you are hit by a single projectile, you’ll have to start from a checkpoint. Enemies vary from plain ninjas to giant skeletons or killer fish. Each level has a time limit, and when this limit is close to an end a fire wheel of death will appear on the screen, chasing...
Sega Master System - Released - 1991
A neighboring city has fallen into the hands of the sinister "M" and his "Soldiers of the Darkness." Get inside the "Dark Zone" and punch, kick and blast your way through to the final conflict!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 29, 2000
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 27, 1995
Train your very own professional wrestlers and make her the strongest in the world! Face off with rivals and discover friendship in the deeply engaging story mode or take your seasoned wrestler to the test in free play mode. Popular female Japanese professional wrestlers like Shinobu Kandori and Noriyo Tateno appear in this game
Sega Game Gear - Released - 1994
Chalk up your cue stick and rack up those balls. Now get ready, get set, break! The balls scatter and the match is on... It's the Data East Pool Tournament Finals, and you're behind the 8-ball! It'll take a steady hand and a sharp eye to hustle your way to the top. Challenge your opponents to the ultimate game of skill, but you've got to stay cool... It's a green felt jungle out there!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 25, 1994
Super Ice Hockey, released in Japan as Super Hockey '94, is an ice hockey video game that enjoyed a release in Japan and Europe for the Super NES/Famicom. It is based on the international level of ice hockey with teams from 1994 as opposed to domestic (intra-national) ice hockey leagues. There are several gameplay modes that can be chosen from the main menu of the game. These include exhibition mode, playoff mode, and an Olympic mode that is loosely based on the 1994 Winter Olympics. The object of the Olympic mode is to simply win the gold medal while the defeated team receives a silver...
Sega Genesis - Released - 1992
After a nuclear explosion, New York needs rebuilding. This has barely started when the 'Big Valley' gang enters and takes full control themselves. The Government sends a pair of heavies known as the Crude Dudes in to clear them out. As one of these Crude Dudes, you must travel through tough streets and take out Big Valley's people, destroying their vehicles and avoiding the force of their weaponry. Foes include werewolves, skeletons and hunchbacks. Gameplay is essentially Streets of Rage-style beat 'em up driven, with bosses on each level.
Sega Genesis - Released - April 5, 1991
Humanity has long since advanced into space, and colonies have been established on many planets, but humanity has yet to contact any alien life. However, an emergency signal has come from the planet Shirakusa. During a colonization survey, contact was lost with the battleship Aphrodite. As a member of the elite Verytex squad, you are sent to investigate. Verytex is a vertically scrolling space shooter with vague organic themes. There are six stages and three different weapon types: Normal Shot, a standard multi-directional cannon; Beam Laser, a powerful forward-shooting weapon; and...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 24, 1994
A puzzle-action game featuring a young hero and his shapeshifting cat. The gameplay is a mixture of a vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up and Breakout. The player can collect money, which unlocks various bonuses, as well as Arkanoid-style power-ups that include a fireball that will go straight through blocks instead of being deflected. They can also send the bat forward a short distance, which helps to collect items, defeat enemies and hit the ball.