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Boys Be...

Boys Be...

Sony Playstation - Released - March 28, 1997

The first game in the Boys Be... series uses a first person perspective and japanese voice acting. The adventure will go for different parts depending of the players choices. The game features 2 new systems never seem on a dating game before: The heart impressions (when the players characters meet a girl he can put the impression that that girl makes him at first sight) and the balance system (the player have to decide which girl thinks that is right in some parts of the game).

ClockWerx

ClockWerx

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 8, 1995

The goal of the game is to navigate a screen full of nodes to reach a specific point. Along the way are various traps that have a fixed patrol around the screen. The player walks clockwise or anti-clockwise around each node, and can move to another at the moment when their head is touching the node in question. They can also switch direction. By using these two abilities, the player can move across each screen, carefully avoiding obstacles and reaching the end.

ClockWerx

ClockWerx

Sega Saturn - Released - August 9, 1996

ClockWerx (alternatively known as Clockworks) is a puzzle game based on ClockWerx. The gameplay mechanics remain the same: the player character is controlled like spinner and moves from point to point across a field filled with obstacles. The main goal is to try to find the only one way out of the grid without hitting any obstacles, enemy spinners or other hazards on the field of play. However, the puzzles and graphics were redesigned and there are cutscenes with a new player character.

Clockworks

Clockworks

Sony Playstation - Released - July 26, 1996

The game is based in the PC game Clockwerx: A game designed by the team at Callisto Corporation and endorsed by Tetris designer Alexey Pajitnov, the game contains 100 levels to complete by moving, spinning, flipping, reversing, rotating, swinging, or bouncing your "clock hand" from dot to dot (or point to point) across a maze-like playing field. As you move your clock hand around the field of play, you'll have to avoid running into many obstacles. Spinning enemy clock hands, each with unique properties and movements, wait to destroy you. Spikes, walls, doors, switches, globs of oil,...

Destructo 2

Destructo 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 7, 2000

Destructo 2 is a simple color-matching puzzle game similar to Mr. Driller, originally released as part of a budget series in Japan. The main objective is to guide a cartoon character moving through an ascending pile of multicolored tiles, pushing the available blocks to create clusters of the same color. Groups of four or more tiles of matching colors can be removed by punching one of the connected blocks, with the vacant space being occupied by the falling stacks on top. The descending tiles that end up rearranged in new color clusters are automatically eliminated and give combo points. As...

Firestriker

Firestriker

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994

Long ago, on a distant world, there were four kingdoms governed by four constantly fighting tribes. One day the Arch-Mage Wylde proposed a solution to the constant battling. He offered to bestow the title of FireStriker and ruler of the four tribes, upon the one who could control the elemental orb of fire known as the Trialight. However, the Arch-Mage Wylde had a hidden purpose. His true reason for bringing peace to the world was so he could destroy all four kingdoms at once. Now, Slader, the last FireStriker, has offered to risk his life in the battle against Wylde and his monsters. The...

Gamera: Gyaos Gekimetsu Sakusen

Gamera: Gyaos Gekimetsu Sakusen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 30, 1995

Gamera: Gyaos Gekimetsu Sakusen ("Gamera: Operation Destroy Gyaos") is a kaiju strategy game for the Super Famicom featuring the Daiei Film characters Gamera, a giant turtle with flame breath, and Gyaos, a giant pteradon that frequently uses sonic attacks. The two are frequent rivals, with Gamera often having to protect Japan from Gyaos's destructive sprees. The game was released to coincide with Gamera: Guardian of the Universe, a 1995 movie that reboots the mighty turtle kaiju and his origin story.In the game, both Gamera and Gyaos are presented as threats, and the player has to mobilize...

Simple 1500 Series Vol. 31: The Sound Novel

Simple 1500 Series Vol. 31: The Sound Novel

Sony Playstation - Released - July 13, 2000

Simple 1500 Series Vol.031 - The Sound Novel is a first person adventure game in which the player starts the game driving with his girl in a car in a lonely highway, where they are stopped by a policeman that tells them about the strange place that they are in. Soon they arrive to an old mansion where they knocked at the main entrance's door and they are received by the butcher of the mansion, soon they notice that they got a flat tire, so they have to stay at the mansion (probably one person inside the mansion wants them to stay there). After that they are taken to their room and start...

Stealth

Stealth

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 18, 1992

Twinkle Knights

Twinkle Knights

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - March 17, 1995

Twinkle Knights is a full motion video card battle fighter that gives you a mere four opponents and five chances to strip each from their fantasy get-ups using a dirt simple card battle system. Marina, Kaori, Haruka and Miyuki are all here and waiting to take on all comers

Yaku Tsuu: Noroi no Game

Yaku Tsuu: Noroi no Game

Sony Playstation - Released - February 7, 1997

Yaku Tsuu - Noroi no Game is the second horror adventure published by Idea Factory (the first one was Yaku - Yuujou Dangi. The game is supervised by manga creator Hideshi Hino (a Japanese manga artist who specializes in horror stories. His comics include Hell Baby, Hino Horrors, and Panorama of Hell. He also wrote and directed two of the Guinea Pig horror movies which were based on his manga: Flower of Flesh and Blood, which he also starred in, and Mermaid in a Manhole) The game is too a first person perspective adventure game in which the player controls 2 characters at the beginning of...

Yaku: Yuujou Dangi

Yaku: Yuujou Dangi

Sony Playstation - Released - January 13, 1996

Yaku - Yuujou Dangi is a first person perspective adventure game in which the player controls a young kid and his friend (a young girl) that decide to enter a mysterious mansion one night, and as soon as they arrive there they become separated and start to go around the mansion and strange things and horrible creatures appears. The player controls both characters at the beginning of the game (and the adventure of each character will advance in a way or another depending of the player choices) the boy is the first option to choose in the main menu of the adventure and the girl the second...

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 15, 1994

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken (also known as Dream Maze Kigurumi Adventures) is a wacky and cute dungeon crawler published by Hector. The game tells the story of a boy who dreams of the mysterious kingdom of Enderia every night. There, he constantly lives exciting adventures and this time he is on a quest to save this world from destruction. Our hero must explore perilous towers and rescue all the kidnapped princesses from the kingdom. He is, however, not alone and friends (Harumi and Zakkari) will later help him out in his journey. Interestingly, the boy doesn't level up but wears special...

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