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Animal Mania: Dokidoki Aishou Check

Animal Mania: Dokidoki Aishou Check

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - 2002

Animal Mania is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Jupiter Multimedia and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Club Nintendo Picross

Nintendo 3DS - Released - September 13, 2012

Club Nintendo Picross Plus

Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 9, 2014

Croket! DS: Tenkuu no Yuusha-tachi

Croket! DS: Tenkuu no Yuusha-tachi

Nintendo DS - Released - December 15, 2005

Croket! DS: Tenkuu no Yuushatachi is a Strategy game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2005.

Croket! Great Jikuu no Boukensha

Croket! Great Jikuu no Boukensha

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 9, 2004

Croket! Great Jikuu no Boukensha is a Strategy game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2004.

Disney's Party

Disney's Party

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 16, 2003

Uncle Scrooge has invited you and a whole cast of Disney characters to visit his new Party Park, which he designed himself with all of his favorite youngsters in mind. Disney's Party drops you into the mix with Mickey Mouse and friends to embark on challenging adventures that include collecting magical objects, solving puzzles, and maneuvering through obstacle courses. Each player must complete his or her game board by buying or winning special items, such as stars, lollipops, and teacups. In four different gameplay modes, you can compete with friends in minigames, solve puzzles, and explore a...

Eigo de Tabisuru: Little Charo

Eigo de Tabisuru: Little Charo

Nintendo DS - Released - January 20, 2011

Eigo de Tabisuru: Little Charo is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Nintendo, which was released in Japan in 2011.

Erementar Gerad: Huuin Sarashi Kyou

Erementar Gerad: Huuin Sarashi Kyou

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 7, 2005

Jishin DS: 72 Jikan

Jishin DS: 72 Jikan

Nintendo DS - Released - June 25, 2009

Jishin DS: 72 Jikan is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Iota, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 11, 2004

Kingdom Hearts comes to the Game Boy Advance with an all new battle system and story that ties straight into Kingdom Hearts II. Lured to the mysterious Castle Oblivion by a man in a black robe; Sora, Donald Duck and Goofy are stripped of their powers and abilities which are transformed into cards. With the promise of reunion with their lost friends Riku and King Mickey enticing them, our heroes resolve to climb to the top of the castle and face whatever lies in their way. But it won't be easy as each floor of the castle is accessed by a card that consists of memories of their past...

Mario no Super Picross

Mario no Super Picross

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 14, 1995

Gameplay remains the same as in Mario's Picross, where the player must decipher the picture in each level, progressing to harder and harder puzzles. However, the player may also play "as" Wario, who presents a different challenge due to changes in the gameplay. Each game is played against the clock. Opposing the picross tradition of black and white squares, the puzzles are set in stone and are picked out by Mario with a pick-axe type tool. The initial levels are smaller and a lot easier and are mainly Japanese symbols and Greek letters. When the player solves a puzzle correctly, the...

Mario's Picross

Mario's Picross

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 14, 1995

This challenging puzzler requires logic to reveal mysterious hidden pictures! Help Mario unlock the mystery of Picross. The secrets lie in the numeric codes at the top and on the left side of each window. Decipher these numbers and uncover a hidden picture in every mind-bending puzzle. It will take quick wits and a speedy pace to solve the clues before the clock runs out. Chisel away boxes strategically and reveal the hidden image in record time. Be careful - every mistake will cost you precious minutes. There are more than 250 brain-bending puzzles to solve. Different levels of...

Minna no Suizokukan

Minna no Suizokukan

Nintendo DS - Released - March 25, 2010

Minna no Suizokukan is a Strategy game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Taito Corporation, which was released in Japan in 2010.

My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 17, 2016

My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is a downloadable puzzle game for the Nintendo 3DS. It is a Picross-based puzzle spin-off game, also known as a nonogram, with a theme based on Twilight Princess. The game launched as an exclusive My Nintendo award to commemorate the program's launch in each region. It costs 1,000 Platinum Points.

Personal Trainer: Math

Personal Trainer: Math

Nintendo DS - Released - January 13, 2009

Professor Kageyama's Maths Training: The Hundred Cell Calculation Method (DS陰山メソッド「ます×ますプレ百ます計算 百ますの前にこれだよ!」) (DS Kageyama Method: Masu x Masu Pure Hyaku Masu Keisan - Hyaku Masu no Maeni Kore Dayo!), is a puzzle video game published by Nintendo and developed by Jupiter for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console.It was first released in Japan, and was later released in Europe and Australasia. It was released in North America as Personal Trainer: Math on January 12, 2009. It was also released in South Korea in 2009. The game is part of both the Touch! Generations and Personal Trainer...

Picross 2

Picross 2

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 19, 1996

This game is a Japan-exclusive collection of nonogram logic puzzles involving a grid with numbers for every row and column, which refer to the amount of marked squares within the grid, and the sequel of "Mario's Picross". Unlike the first "Mario's Picross", this game contains a world map. Also, the pictures are larger, consisting of four 15x15 picross boards. Also exclusive to Japan, Nintendo released 8 volumes of Nintendo Power branded Picross games known as Picross NP that were only available via the Nintendo Power service. The game was released on the 3DS Virtual Console.

Picross e

Picross e

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 27, 2011

This is the series of "picture crossword puzzles" in which you use numbers as hints to complete illustrations that Nintendo has been developing as its own brand of game software since 1995. Anyone can enjoy it with its simple and easy to understand rules. With this version's newly implemented Navigation feature, the puzzles can be solved more smoothly than ever. There are 3 types of puzzle sizes: 5x5, 10x10, and 15x15. Don't take puzzles lightly because they're small. There are plenty of challenging puzzles as well. Complete a puzzle within the time limit and the illustration will be...

Picross e2

Picross e2

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 25, 2013

This is the sequel to Picross e with a navigation feature to make gameplay even smoother. Like the previous game, this game has 150 new puzzles, plus an all new gameplay element known as Micross. Picross is a Picture Crossword Puzzle Game in which you use numbers as hints to complete illustrations. The rules are simple and easy to understand. Anyone can do it!

Picross e3

Picross e3

Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 12, 2013

The new Picross e3 is equipped with a navigation function. It includes an all-new mode called "Mega Picross" that's a must-see for fans! "Picross" is a "Picture Crossword Puzzle Game" in which you use numbers as hints to complete illustrations. The rules are simple and easy to understand. Anyone can do it! Beginners and intermediate players alike will be able to enjoy these 150 all-new puzzles! The new Picross includes an all-new mode, "Mega Picross," which has "Mega Numbers," numbers which span two rows. It can be difficult to determine where to fill Mega Numbers, so a...

Picross e4

Picross e4

Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 20, 2013

The 4th game in the Picross e series, with a Navigation Feature! As fans requested, new 20x15 puzzles have been added. Micross and Mega Picross modes are also included, with 150+ new puzzles! Tutorials and rule options let newcomers to the series start playing with ease. With save data from previous games, you can also play additional Special Puzzles. Picross is a "Picture Crossword Puzzle Game" where numbers act as hints to complete images. The rules are simple and easy to grasp. Anyone can do it!

Picross e5

Picross e5

Nintendo 3DS - Released - November 13, 2014

The 5th game in the Picross e series! Includes all three modes, "Micross", "Mega Picross", and "20×15 Picross". The 5th game in the Picross e series, with a Navigation Feature! Featuring Micross, Mega Picross and 20×15 Picross, all three modes from the previous game. Also includes more than 150 satisfying, all-new puzzles to solve. Tutorials and rule options let newcomers to the series start playing with ease. Picross is a "Picture Crossword Puzzle Game" where numbers act as hints to complete images. The rules are simple and easy to grasp. Anyone can do it!

Picross e6

Picross e6

Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 24, 2014

The 6th game in the Picross e series! Packed with over 300 puzzles! The 6th game in the Picross e series, with a Navigation Feature! New to this title, each puzzle can be played in either Picross or Mega Picross mode! Enjoy over 300 puzzles, including special puzzles. You can also choose the fill animation for the puzzle screen. Picross is a "Picture Crossword Puzzle Game" where numbers act as hints to complete images. The rules are simple and easy to grasp. Anyone can do it!

Picross e7

Picross e7

Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 15, 2016

The 7th game in the Picross e series, with a Navigation Feature! The first game with 20x15-size Mega Picross puzzles. The new Mark function lets you leave indicators on squares you aren't sure about, without risking a penalty. Also, new Switch stylus controls allow you to switch input modes just by pressing the Circle Pad or +Control Pad once! Picross is a "Picture Crossword Puzzle Game" where numbers act as hints to complete images. The rules are simple and easy to grasp. Anyone can do it!

Picross e8

Picross e8

Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 21, 2017

The newest version of the series, with all the functions of previous titles! The 8th game in the Picross e series with over 500,000 downloads worldwide. It retains all the functions of Picross e7, with all new puzzles. Enjoy Picross in a comfortable play environment refined from all the previous series. Picross is a "Picture Crossword Puzzle Game" where numbers act as hints to complete images. The rules are simple and easy to grasp. Anyone can do it!

Picross NP Vol. 1

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 3

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 4

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 5

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 1999

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 6

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 2000

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 7

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 2000

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Picross NP Vol. 8

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - 2000

Following the success of Mario no Super Picross on the Super Famicom, Nintendo decided to reuse the basic engine from that game to develop a series of Nintendo Power branded Picross titles for distribution over their Satellaview system in Japan. There were a total of eight volumes in the series released on a bi-monthly basis from April 1999 to June 2000. Each volume includes a substantial number of puzzles of varying sizes and difficulty. A large number of these puzzles would later be rereleased as downloadable content for Picross DS. The puzzle solving gameplay of the titles is nearly...

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Nearly Equal

Pictlogica Final Fantasy Nearly Equal

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 12, 2007

Pictlogica Final Fantasy was a free-to-play action puzzle game developed by Jupiter for iOS and Android. A Nintendo 3DS Download-only version was announced and released in Japan on July 12, 2017, featuring new puzzles and a new game mode. The 3DS version of the game includes over 300 completely revamped puzzles designed in nostalgic pixel art. Players are able to fight classic enemies in quest battles, and collect 160 beloved characters from the Final Fantasy series

Pocket Kanjirou

Pocket Kanjirou

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 10, 1998

Pocket Kanjirou is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Shingakusha, which was released in Japan in 1998.

Pokémon Breeder Mini

Pokémon Breeder Mini

Nintendo Pokemon Mini - Released - December 14, 2002

In Pokémon Sodate-ya-san mini (Pokémon Breeder Mini english title), a virtual pet game, the player takes on the role of the Day-Care Man. Professor Birch gives the player a choice of one of three eggs. The player's job is to hatch the egg. When it hatches, the player must care for the young Pokémon in ways such as feeding it, brushing it, and taking it out.

Pokémon Picross

Pokémon Picross

Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 3, 2015

This entry in Nintendo's Picross series has players solve the eponymous puzzles, also called nonograms, to form an image of an object or creature from the Pokémon universe. The usual rules of picross apply, but are also supplemented by the special abilities of the Pokémon available within this game. Every time a puzzle is completed, its corresponding Pokémon is captured and can be used in subsequent puzzles to provide special powers, including automatically fixing the first few mistakes the player makes, revealing several squares when the puzzle starts, and hinting at which row to work on...

Pokémon Pinball

Pokémon Pinball

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 14, 1999

There are two tables in the game, red and blue. Each table has its own details and gameplay elements. Each table has different "locations" that you play, which determine which Pokémon are available for capture. A subset of available locations are displayed slot-machine style in the beginning of a game, and pressing A will select your starting location and launch the first ball into play. After that, each table has its own mechanism for advancing to the next location, including the locations not available at the start of the game. "Catch Mode," when activated, starts a 2 minute window of...

Pokémon Pinball Mini

Pokémon Pinball Mini

Nintendo Pokemon Mini - Released - November 16, 2001

With Pokémon Pinball Mini, the aim is to shoot as many balls as possible into the pockets using the special ‘Pokémon Plunger’. The goal is to try and beat the high scores on the different stages and become a genuine Pokémon Pinball Champion. *Pokémon Pinball Mini has three different play modes, including Quest, Time Attack and Score Attack. *Quest Mode consists of 70 stages in total, each having a different objective for the player to complete in order to clear the stage. *Time Attack mode contains 10 stages. In this mode, a limited amount of time is available to complete the stage....

Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire

Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 25, 2003

Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire has all the features you'd demand of a pinball game, including bonus tables, lots of bumpers and ways to score massive points. As with your standard videogame pinball game, the left button on the D-pad and the A-button control the flippers with the R/L triggers used to shake the table. The catch here is that everything is themed in Pokémon. Instead of a ball, you make use of a Pokéball. Instead of standard bumpers, you're hitting the Pokéball against other Pokémon, and the ultimate goal is of course to "catch 'em all". The game features 200 Pokémon, two main...

Pokémon Puzzle Collection

Pokémon Puzzle Collection

Nintendo Pokemon Mini - Released - December 14, 2001

Pokémon Puzzle Collection? is a collection of different puzzle games such as: Shadow Puzzle, where different shapes are put together to make an image of a Pokémon; Motion Puzzle, a sliding game where an image of a Pokémon has to be unscrambled; Escape, where one has to move blocks to let a Pokémon out of a maze; and a bonus for completing most of your Minidex is the game Power On, a ‘Pipe Dream’-like game where one has to connect a Pikachu to a light bulb, creating a circuit).

Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2

Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2

Nintendo Pokemon Mini - Released - April 26, 2002

Pokémon Puzzle Collection Vol. 2 is the Japan only sequel to Pokémon Puzzle Collection. Two puzzles return: Motion Puzzle, where tiles are switch around to form the correct Pokémon image, and Shadow Puzzle, where shapes are rotated and placed to form a Pokémon's relative silhouette. There are also two new puzzles. In Pick-Up Puzzle, an arrangement of Poké Balls lies on the floor. The player's Pokémon must clear them by moving over them in one line without isolating any of them. And in Stretch Puzzle, a grid is shown, with black and white boxes. The white boxes are empty, and the black boxes...

Pokémon Race Mini

Pokémon Race Mini

Nintendo Pokemon Mini - Released - July 19, 2002

In Pokémon Race mini, you control a Pikachu who races other Pokémon. The game is a combination of racing and platforming elements. The race has three laps. You must jump onto higher and lower platforms, as well as climb walls that are too high, and avoid crashing into walls. Every lap, you are given a power-up. Holding the B button charges this, and releasing lets you rocket forward at high speed.

Togepi no Daibouken

Togepi no Daibouken

Nintendo Pokemon Mini - Released - November 18, 2002

Togepi no Daibōken is an action puzzle game similar to Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble in that the player controls a Togepi who is rolling around like a ball. Traditional controls are used rather than motion controls for movement, though the Pokémon mini system's built-in tilt sensor is occasionally used for escaping when Togepi gets stuck in a hole. Togepi was peacefully walking through the forest when a Fearow noticed it. The Fearow grabs Togepi and takes it to its nest on the top of a tower. Togepi tries to escape, but trips on a pebble, and starts rolling around. The player must guide Togepi down...

Wagamama Fairy Mirumo de Pon!: 8 Nin no Toki no Yousei

Wagamama Fairy Mirumo de Pon!: 8 Nin no Toki no Yousei

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 11, 2003

Wagamama * Fairy: Mirumo de Pon! Hachinin no Toki no Yousei is an Adventure game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Wagamama Fairy Mirumo de Pon!: Nazo no Kagi to Shinjitsu no Tobira

Wagamama Fairy Mirumo de Pon!: Nazo no Kagi to Shinjitsu no Tobira

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 16, 2004

Wagamama * Fairy: Mirumo de Pon! Nazo no Kagi to Shinjitsu no Tobira is an Adventure game, developed by Jupiter Corporation and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2004.

The World Ends with You: Solo Remix

The World Ends with You: Solo Remix

Apple iOS - Released - August 27, 2012

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