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Ball (Re-Issue)

Ball (Re-Issue)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 1, 2010

It was re-released exclusively via Club Nintendo to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Game & Watch, with the Club Nintendo logo on the back. Unlike the original release, this version includes an option to mute the game by pressing the Time button during gameplay. For members of the Japanese Club Nintendo, after an announcement in November 2009, it was shipped in April 2010 to Platinum members. For members of the North American Club Nintendo, it was available for 1200 coins from February 2011. For members of the European Club Nintendo, it was available for 7500 stars from November...

Balloon Fight

Balloon Fight

NEC PC-8801 - Released - October 1, 1985

In Balloon Fight you need to fly around with the aid of two balloons and try to pop your opponent's balloons before they pop yours. Landing on top of your opponents will cause their balloons to pop and they will use a parachute to fall to safety. You then have to destroy the fallen opponents by running into them before they can blow a new balloon and rejoin the battle. Should both of your balloons get popped, you will fall into the water below and lose a life. There is also a second game variation called "balloon trip" where you need to collect as many balloons as possible while avoiding the...

Balloon Fight

Balloon Fight

Sharp X1 - Released - 1985

In Balloon Fight you need to fly around with the aid of two balloons and try to pop your opponent's balloons before they pop yours. Landing on top of your opponents will cause their balloons to pop and they will use a parachute to fall to safety. You then have to destroy the fallen opponents by running into them before they can blow a new balloon and rejoin the battle. Should both of your balloons get popped, you will fall into the water below and lose a life. There is also a second game variation called "balloon trip" where you need to collect as many balloons as possible while avoiding the...

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Nintendo 3DS - Released - July 13, 2018

Our stubby hero must dodge dangers and track treasures across many trap-filled courses. Survive smoldering volcanoes, hazardous steam engines, haunted houses, and even new courses based on the Super Mario Odyssey™ game! Watch them come to life in stereoscopic 3D using the touch-controlled game camera. Super Gems and Power Stars are hidden across each puzzling course you'll explore. As you reclaim the treasure stolen by the monstrous, greedy bird, Wingo, you'll eventually be able to play as Toadette! These tiny heroes will have to waddle, hide, pluck, chuck, and power-up through...

Crab Grab

Crab Grab

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - February 22, 1984

Crab Grab is a Super Color Game & Watch video game released in 1984. It's model number is UD-202. In the game, crabs are moving towards your character. You must push them away and not let them pinch you. If three crabs pinch you, then it'll result in a game over, and you'll have to start over. There are four columns, each a different color (from left to right: purple, green, orange, and blue). The crabs will start to come from the top, and you'll have to move your character from left to right to push them away, though more and more will always come. The game was one of two Super Color games,...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - December 1, 1983

Released in the arcades in 1981, Donkey Kong was not only Nintendo's first real smash hit for the company, but marked the introduction for two of their most popular mascots: Mario (originally "Jumpman") and Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong is a platform-action game that has Mario scale four different industrial themed levels (construction zone, cement factory, an elevator-themed level, and removing rivets from girders) in an attempt to save the damsel in distress, Pauline, from the big ape before the timer runs out. Once the rivets are removed from the final level, Donkey Kong falls, and the two...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Coleco ADAM - Released - 1984

Released in the arcades in 1981, Donkey Kong was not only Nintendo's first real smash hit for the company, but marked the introduction for two of their most popular mascots: Mario (originally "Jumpman") and Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong is a platform-action game that has Mario scale four different industrial themed levels (construction zone, cement factory, an elevator-themed level, and removing rivets from girders) in an attempt to save the damsel in distress, Pauline, from the big ape before the timer runs out. Once the rivets are removed from the final level, Donkey Kong falls, and the two...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

MS-DOS - Released - 1983

Released in the arcades in 1981, Donkey Kong was not only Nintendo's first real smash hit for the company, but marked the introduction for two of their most popular mascots: Mario (originally "Jumpman") and Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong is a platform-action game that has Mario scale four different industrial themed levels (construction zone, cement factory, an elevator-themed level, and removing rivets from girders) in an attempt to save the damsel in distress, Pauline, from the big ape before the timer runs out. Once the rivets are removed from the final level, Donkey Kong falls, and the two...

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Apple II - Released - 1984

Donkey Kong is an arcade game released by Nintendo in 1981. An early example of the platform game genre, the gameplay focuses on maneuvering the main character across a series of platforms while dodging and jumping over obstacles. In the game, Mario (originally named Mr. Video and then Jumpman) must rescue a damsel in distress named Pauline (originally named Lady), from a giant ape named Donkey Kong. The hero and ape later became two of Nintendo's most popular and recognizable characters. Donkey Kong is one of the most important titles from the golden age of arcade video games, and is one of...

Donkey Kong (Atarisoft)

Donkey Kong (Atarisoft)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

This is the Atarisoft version of Donkey Kong which is different than the Ocean version on the C64. It must keep the "Donkey Kong (Atarisoft)" name to stay separate from the "Donkey Kong (Ocean)" listing in LaunchBox. Released in the arcades in 1981, Donkey Kong was not only Nintendo's first real smash hit for the company, but marked the introduction for two of their most popular mascots: Mario (originally "Jumpman") and Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong is a platform-action game that has Mario scale four different industrial themed levels (construction zone, cement factory, an elevator-themed...

Donkey Kong Junior

Donkey Kong Junior

Atari 5200 - Unreleased - 1983

Mario has gone mad! He's turned the tables on Donkey Kong and locked him in a cage. It's up to you, as Donkey Kong Jr., to rescue your father by stealing Mario's set of keys. But it won't be easy. You'll have to fight off ape-eating Snapjaws, jump onto moving islands and break through a jungle of vines to get to the keys that will free Donkey Kong. Can you handle the action? Because this off-the-wall monkey business will have you going bananas!

Donkey Kong: Original Edition

Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - October 29, 2010

Donkey Kong: Original Edition is an attempt to take the Nintendo Entertainment System port of Donkey Kong and make it more like the arcade original. While still inferior to the original coin-op in terms of cutscenes, graphics, and sound, it has restored the 50M level, which was absent on most home ports. It was pre-installed on several Wii consoles included in special bundles in PAL regions. Donkey Kong: Original Edition is also available on Nintendo 3DS through special Club Nintendo offers.

Eyeshield 21: Max Devil Power!

Eyeshield 21: Max Devil Power!

Nintendo DS - Released - February 2, 2006

Sena Kobayakawa has just started at a new high school, and he's already getting picked on by bullies. Fortunately, he has a secret weapon: his incredible speed. It's not long before the captain of the school's American football club, Yoichi Hiruma, notices Sena's talent and forcibly recruits him as the team's running back under an alias: Eyeshield 21. Based on the Eyeshield 21 anime, Max Devilpower! follows Sena and the Deimon Devil Bats as they recruit new members for the team while facing off against the best of Japan's high school division of American football. The game is mostly made up...

Family BASIC

Family BASIC

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 21, 1984

Family BASIC allowed users to program in a BASIC programming language (NS-HUBASIC) that was developed specifically for use on the Famicom. The cartridge came with a keyboard and required the use of the Famicom Data Recorder in order to save any created programs. The cartridge was originally released as Family BASIC, but was later re-released as Family BASIC V3 with added memory. This version also came packaged with some games already included. Games are accessed by typing GAME followed by a space then a number (0, 1, 2, or 3). The following are the games that were included: GAME 0 is...

Game Builder Garage

Game Builder Garage

Nintendo Switch - Released - June 11, 2021

Have you ever dreamed of building your own video games? The Game Builder Garage™ software is a great place to start! Anyone can learn the basics of game design and visual programming with step-by-step lessons.

Ice Climber

Ice Climber

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 30, 1985

It's only you and an ice hammer as you make your way to the top of the mountain! If you can break through 8 levels of treacherous arctic ice, you'll reach the top of the mountain! But watch out. The Nitpickers, Condors, and Polar Bears don't want you up there. And they've got a big bag of tricks that will test every ounce of your strength and courage. Are you going to let them stop you? No way! There are 32 mountains to choose from and endless thrills as you fight these arctic creatures alone or with a friend, and ascend to the top of the mountain in ICE CLIMBER!

Ice Climber

NEC PC-8801 - Released - October 1, 1985

Hudson Soft's conversion of the Famicom / NES title Ice Climber, designed for the PC-8801. In Ice Climber one or two players need to climb their way to the top of 32 different mountains. Each mountain is broken up into eight levels of platforms along with a bonus stage at the top. Attempting to stop the player from making upward progress are different creatures ranging from polar bears to condors, as well as treacherous landscapes with falling icicles, moving platforms, and icy floors. To help out, the players have a weapon, a mallet, which can be used to knock out enemies as well as bust away...

Mario Bros (Ocean)

Mario Bros (Ocean)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

This is the Ocean version of Mario Bros. It must keep this name "Mario Bros (Ocean)" to stay separate from the Atari version in LaunchBox. Mario and Luigi are doing some underground plumbing when all sorts of weird creatures come flying out of the pipes. Turtles, crabs - even fighterflies - attack the helpless Mario Bros. It's up to you to kick, punch, and knock out these sewer pests before time runs out! But beware. Just when you think you got rid of them, they come back for more! Play against the computer, or with a friend - either way, this is one underground classic you'll want to play...

Mario Bros. (Atari)

Commodore 64 - Unreleased - July 14, 1983

This is the Atari version of Mario Bros. It must keep this name "Mario Bros. (Atari)" to stay separate from the Ocean version in LaunchBox. Mario and Luigi, the best plumbers in the world, have a real job on their hands. A host of characters have taken over the sewers, and the brothers must clear them out of the pipes. The platform puzzle which first introduced Luigi to the world has both single and multiplayer action with two differing game types, but with the same objective. Crabs, turtles and fighter flies must be cleared out by jumping underneath the platform they sit on, then kicking...

Mario's Cement Factory (Tabletop)

Mario's Cement Factory (Tabletop)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 28, 1983

Mario's Cement Factory is a Game & Watch video game released in both the Tabletop and New Wide Screen formats in 1983. The model number for the New Wide Screen version was ML-102, while the Tabletop's was CM-72. The model number for the Tabletop version of Mario's Cement Factory has caused some confusion, though it was revealed later than in a German magazine, an image of the game was shown and the logo read "Concrete Mixer", suggesting that the game was initially going to be called that, and explaining the model number. In the game, you'll control Mario who'll pull levers to make sure...

Nintendo Golf

Nintendo Golf

Sharp X1 - Released - 1985

Nintendo Golf features two challenging 18 hole courses where players are able to play a round of golf, and allows players to choose a club, adjust stance and control the swing. The game features three alternating views; an overhead long-range view of the entire hole, an overhead medium-range view from the ball's current location, and an overhead close-range view of the green.

Nintendo no Golf

Nintendo no Golf

NEC PC-8801 - Released - April 1, 1985

Golf features two challenging 18 hole courses where players are able to play a round of golf, and allows players to choose a club, adjust stance and control the swing. The game features three alternating views; an overhead long-range view of the entire hole, an overhead medium-range view from the ball's current location, and an overhead close-range view of the green. Gameplay modes include 1 player, or 2 player play with a link cable.

Nintendo no Tennis

Nintendo no Tennis

NEC PC-8801 - Released - June 1, 1985

Tennis is, as the name implies, Nintendo's version of the sport. One player vs computer or two players will compete in tennis in a more or less standard suite of rules (scoring, sets etc.). Players are controlled by the movement buttons, but while button A indicates a low hit, button B indicates a high one. You have the choice of four levels of computer AI, or two player via Game Boy link cable. The usual assortment of shots are available, including forehand and backhand, lobs and volleys when up close to the net.

Nonono Puzzle Chairian

Nonono Puzzle Chairian

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 16, 2005

Nonono Puzzle Chairian is a set of three puzzle games in one cartridge, and is developed by Creatures of Pokémon fame. A group of aliens travelling in space get sucked into a black hole, which makes all of their machines go haywire. Each puzzle game is based around one of their machines, but has the same basic mechanic - you control a cursor which can rotate a 2x2 square block either clockwise or anti-clockwise. The first (and most well-known) game has you fixing a microwave. You must shift the food into the holes using the cursor before time runs out, and if you do so, the food is served....

Popeye

Popeye

Atari 800 - Released - December 6, 1983

As Popeye, you are trying to win Olive Oyl's love! She is at the top of the screen dropping tokens of her love, and you need to collect them before they hit the ground. After you have collected the required number of items, you can move on to the next, more difficult level. There are many obstacles trying to stop you from completing your task, though! Brutus wanders around the screen and is constantly trying to catch you. If you collect a can of spinach, you can temporarily knock him out, otherwise Brutus will knock you out. Other objects such as bottles or birds are also flying around the...

Popeye

Popeye

Atari 5200 - Released - 1984

As Popeye, you are trying to win Olive Oyl's love! She is at the top of the screen dropping tokens of her love, and you need to collect them before they hit the ground. After you have collected the required number of items, you can move on to the next, more difficult level. There are many obstacles trying to stop you from completing your task, though! Brutus wanders around the screen and is constantly trying to catch you. If you collect a can of spinach, you can temporarily knock him out, otherwise Brutus will knock you out. Other objects such as bottles or birds are also flying around the...

Popeye (1983)

Popeye (1983)

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

As Popeye, you are trying to win Olive Oyl's love! She is at the top of the screen dropping tokens of her love, and you need to collect them before they hit the ground. After you have collected the required number of items, you can move on to the next, more difficult level. There are many obstacles trying to stop you from completing your task, though! Brutus wanders around the screen and is constantly trying to catch you. If you collect a can of spinach, you can temporarily knock him out, otherwise Brutus will knock you out. Other objects such as bottles or birds are also flying around the...

Popeye (Tabletop)

Popeye (Tabletop)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 17, 1983

Game-Play: Popeye is also the same game as the Panorama (PG-92). Here you control Popeye left and right. You are on a bridge at the harbour fighting Brutus, who has captured Olive. Your object is to punch Brutus into the Ocean and save Olive. If you capture the can of spinach that Olive kicks down to you Brutus gets punched onto the hook.

Super DK! Junior

ColecoVision - Unreleased - 1983

Donkey Kong Jr. was originally released in the arcades in 1982 as a sequel to Donkey Kong. In this game, Mario plays the antagonist, finally having captured Donkey Kong, and has put the ape in a locked cage. As Donkey Kong Jr., players will have to make their way through four different levels (Vines, Springboard, Chains and Mario's Hideout) in an attempt to find keys to free the little monkey's father. Super DK! Junior was an enhanced prototype version of the 1983 Donkey Kong Jr Colecovision release. The unreleased Super DK! Junior version fully utilized the memory of the Colecovision...

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