Arcade - Released - 1994
Best Bout Boxing is a 2D versus boxing game where you participate in a boxing tournament for the right to challenge the reigning World champion. The game offers seven boxers from around the world to choose from, each with their own moves. They are: Jose Hum Dinger from Mexico, Biff Vulgue from Australia, Carolde First from Great Britain, Jyoji Horiuchi from Japan, Kim Hi-Soo from South Korea, Thamalatt Zip from Thailand and Grute Smith from the USA. You fight each of the other fighters before battling World champion Draef Varona from Russia. You can win with a K.O. or a technical K.O....
Arcade - Released - 1989
Take part in the gruelling Dakar rally, driving high speed through a variety of landscapes, from countryside to desert. Your car has 2 gears. You will have to beat the clock on each of the six stages, and run high enough up the racing order, to qualify for the next stage. When you use a continue, the time is reset but your position is not, making it relatively easy to complete a stage after coming close with one credit.
Arcade - Released - 1992
The game view is isometric, with scrolling in all directions and field oriented horizontally. Playability remembers some previous games, but there are also some innovations, including using a third button to make fake to avoid opponent markers. With the first button in the possession of the ball, passes to the comrades: according to the pressure time you can decide the height and length of the passage itself; it is also possible to make flight passes; during non-possession the ball is slipped in order to steal the ball to the opponent. With the second button, if you are away from the...
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991
In this racing game, the players get to race in police cars instead of the usual racing cars driven by speed freaks (like in the Crazy Cars series). Break the law instead of upholding it, while racing through the streets of San Francisco (Cisco for short, hence the name). Take in the Golden gate Bridge, China Town and the Twin Peaks. Avoid collisions with trams, other cars (driven by annoying citizens), buildings and road blockades etc., while trying to reach the next checkpoint before the time runs out! Use your horn to alert other road-users of your presence.
Sega SC-3000 - Released - 1983
This is a shoot-em-up game with parallax effects in the background. It does have a simulation of inertia in the control of the ship. There are dozens of enemies and two types of shooting: slow and fast. Two weapon systems: one slow double-shot cannon and one fast single-shot cannon. With each enemy hit by the slow cannon you get one shot added to the fast cannon ammunition supply. A challenge stage follows each stage in which you can build up your fast-shot bullet supply.
Arcade - Released - 1985
Players are assigned the role as the field commander of the blue colored forces who are in a battle against the red colored forces. Players take control of the Genesis, a flying saucer shaped craft, that can fire missiles, capture enemy units with a tractor beam, and deploy allied units onto the field. The game's battlefield is viewed from a top down perspective. The Genesis has a target reticle that is always placed a certain distance in front of the craft. Players have to maneuver this cross-hair over any target they want to shoot or capture. The Genesis can also deploy up to six allied...
Sega Saturn - Released - June 6, 1997
Game Tengoku is a conversion of the coin-op game of the same name. The game is a vertical scrolling comical shooter similar to Konami's Parodius series and Hudson's Star Parodier.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 23, 1999
Idol Janshi wo Tsukucchaou is based on the NAOMI arcade game Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai III. However, it isn't a port. Like the arcade game, you play mahjong against various young attractive female opponents. However, there is no nudity in this home version. There are also extras added. A "Making Mode," where you can make a character and buy accessories for her, a gallery mode where you view the art CG, and a sound test to listen to the game's vocal tracks.
Nintendo Game Boy - February 21, 1992
The Japan-only sequel to Fortified Zone. It looks like the enemy has risen once again, so our heroes, Masato and Mizuki, must answer the call.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 18, 1994
Kingyo Chuuihou! Tobidase! Game Gakuen ("Goldfish Warning! Leap Out! Game Academy!") is a multiplayer party game based on the Kingyo Chuuihou! (Goldfish Warning!) manga and anime. The anime is about a rich girl named Chitose who loses her fortune and is forced to enroll in a public rural school that accepts barnyard animals as students. The anime charts her attempts to refine/gentrify those around her, including her new best friend Wapiko (the pink-haired girl on the cover/title screen). The game allows for up to three players. Each "mini-game" is selected from a roulette, and players...
Arcade - 1995
A one or two player shooter game published and developed by Jaleco Ltd. in 1995. As in the original, you control an airplane scrolling from left to right shooting at lots of enemy airplanes. This game has excellent explosions.
Arcade - Released - 1988
P-47 is a two-dimensional, scrolling shooter type of game. You play as the pilot of a P-47. Your mission is to basically destroy as many of the enemies as you possibly can. This means eliminating as many air and ground units as you can. You will be going through four missions (each being broken up into two parts) and at the end of each of these parts is an enemy boss for you to tangle with. Although you have unlimited ammunition, the enemy will make you pay for the invasion into their homeland. You will be able to accomplish this with various power-ups and also a second player (if they buy...
Sega SC-3000 - Released - 1983
In this action arcade game, you play the role of a flamethrower-wielding mouse. You explore each round - there are multiple screens and scrolling graphics) - and your aim is to find and pop all the red balloons. You dodge or incinerate enemy creatures.
Commodore 64 - Released - July 1, 1988
The object of Psycho Pigs UXB is to eliminate your opponents (who are pigs) by throwing bombs at them. When thrown, the bombs will count down from the number shown on the bomb, exploding when they reach zero or when they hit their target, whichever comes first. Items can be picked up along the way that will help you defeat opponents, like a knapsack that allows you to carry more than one bomb at a time. After certain levels, a bonus game appears, and the object of this game is to attempt to kiss the lady pigs as they pop in and out of holes.
Commodore Amiga - 1991
The player(s) control one or two fairies called Tam and Rit armed with a magic wand (rod). Following the concept of Taito's Bubble Bobble, the rod doesn't kill the monsters directly, but only leaves them immobilized, crying. To kill them, the rod can grasp them in a magic force-field and the player can smash them down over her head until they disappear and leave a power-up behind.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1991
Taking a rather literal view of the term 'slap-stick humor', Rodland features two fairies called Tam and Rit, whose mission is to rescue their mum who's been captured and taken to a castle. There are 40 screens to clear, all full of baddies, who are disposed of by grabbing them with a stick, and flipping them from side to side to inflict damage. The hits needn't all be inflicted at the same time, as it's possible to release them to move them out of the way. When killed, each bad guy releases some kind of extra, ranging from points bonuses to various devices which can be used to kill...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2005
Shin Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu is a Racing game, developed and published by Spike, which was released in Japan in 2005.
Nintendo Game Boy - August 6, 1993
Soldam is a puzzle game where the goal is to match soldam fruits along an entire row. The fruits drop down from the top in a 2x2 square which can be rotated. If the edge pieces match color, all of the fruits in the direction of the matching edge pieces will change their color to match. Matching edge pieces can be made horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Combinations can be made if the color of more than two of the same edge pieces match. Once an entire row of fruits match, it will be cleared and the fruits that didn't match will drop. However, as time played in each stage progresses,...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 27, 1996
Turf Wind '96 - Take Yutaka Kyousouba Ikusei Game is a breeding horse racing simulation game that was released in 1996 for the Playstation & Saturn consoles. In the game the player can buy horses and breed them to give birth a horse champion, he can also choose which of his horses will be trained and then will compete in the different horse races that around Japan.