Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 1, 2006
Both games are stuntman-style arcade games that consists of drivers competing in stunt challenges and winning fast races to stay on the show. Sometimes, there are mini-games with special tasks, usually involving collecting icons in a limited amount of time.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 25, 2006
Based on Anthony Horowitz's series of teen spy movies and movie following adventure-seeker Alex Rider. Players embrace the role of Alex Rider to out-spy, outwit and out-cool evil in this thrilling action adventure. Featuring third-person stealth game play, fast-paced racing action, intense fighting and engaging, gadget-based mini-games, players can relive defining moments from the Stormbreaker movie and become the ultimate spy.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 13, 2005
A top down action-adventure, set in the LEGO Bionicle universe and based on the book of the same name. Features six playable characters, six stages of adventure, and special multiplayer features. Six great heroes, the Toa Metru, search for the power to awaken their sleeping people, the Matoran. They have entered the deadly Maze of Shadows--an underground labyrinth teeming with unfriendly Rahi, full of traps and puzzles. Captured by the vicious Karzhahni, the Toa Metru are forced on a quest to the very heart of the Maze of Shadows. Now you must lead them through the many dangers ahead. Take...
Nintendo DS - Released - April 11, 2008
Brain Voyage is an educational video game released for the Nintendo DS in the PAL region and in North America on April 11, 2008 and May 5, 2008, respectively. The game was first released in the PAL region under the name Dr. Reiner Knizia's Brainbenders. The player solves puzzles while traveling around the world to iconic global cities and locales that each have five of those puzzles. Such locations include Cape Town, South Africa; Beijing, China; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; New Mexico, United States of America; and the Aztec Ruins. All of the puzzles were designed by the award-winning board game...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 17, 2005
Cosmo, Wanda and Timmy Turner set out on a zany new adventure as they are pitted against their nemesis, Mr. Crocker, and evil anti-fairies who have broken into Dimmsdale. On the unluckiest day of year, Friday the 13th, it's up to Timmy and his Fairy God Parents to use their quick wit and bountiful wishes to defeat the anti-fairies and foil Crocker's plan to take over the world.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 9, 2004
Players are thrust into competition on a hot new extreme game show -- on which they must complete perilous stunts and win intense races. The goal is to beat opponents and impress the audience with fearless maneuvers, in order to advance into other episodes and win better cars. At the end of the season, the driver with the most courage and best stunt skills will cruise away in a gold-plated car as the Hot Wheels Champion. Players choose from 30 authentic Hot Wheels cars to compete in 24 stunt challenges on 12 different tracks set in environments such as Buccaneer Bay, Jurassic Jam, Zero Gravity...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 4, 2004
Knights' Kingdom is a top-down perspective action-adventure game. The player controls one of four characters, with only one character being controlled at a time. The character run through a series of nine levels, attacking Shadow Knights and solving tasks along the way. The player collects shields in levels as a form of health: upon being hit by an enemy or harmful obstacle, the player's health will deteriorate. The game also includes a tournament arena mode, where the characters compete against each other in three modes: Hand to Hand Combat, Jousting and Lightning Combat.
Nokia N-Gage - Released - April 6, 2006
Warhammer 40,000 is a scifi-fantasy tabletop tactics game famed for its' elaborate rules and grotesque detailed figurines. Warhammer 40,000: Glory in Death, unlike many licensed WH titles, is an attempt to bring that type of tabletop gameplay into the digital realm, in that case to N-Gage. There are four different factions to play with: Space Marines, Orcs, Eldar (think High Elves) and Chaos Space Marines, plus four sub-factions for each of them. All parties has their set of infantry and armor units (more than 60) with different roles, stats and attacking powers, that could be upgraded....