Nintendo 3DS - Released - April 30, 2015
Two sisters escape their fate as research subjects and fight to survive using aircrafts of war. Karous - The Beast of Re:Eden is a 3D vertical shoot 'em up game. This game allows players to design their own aircraft by letting them choose which weapons and items they take with them into battle. Karous - The Beast of Re:Eden features over 100 missions to complete along with a number of achievements in addition to boss battles.
Nintendo Entertainment System - March 10, 1988
Predator is a side-scrolling platformer which uses the imagery and characters from the classic Arnie movie of the same name. The game is not a faithfully conversion of the movie however - your unit has already been killed off when the game starts and you will battle scorpions, enemy soldiers and dodge obstacles etc, before facing the Predator itself a number of times. The game is a fairly standard run-jump-shoot platformer, except that you start with no weapons at all and must collect them as the game goes on.
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1988
Predator is a 2D action platformer. The object of the game is to survive the dangers of the jungle while you shoot down guerillas and wildlife using variety of weapons including machine gun, landmines, and grenades. Killing an enemy usually gives you more ammo for one of the three weapons.
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987
It is the 22nd century. Earth is invaded by a aliens, led by a gigantic robotic snake. To repel the attack, Earth's scientists construct the Replicart machine, a deadly robot snake. The player takes the role of the pilot of the Replicart. Replicart is a single-player only Snake game variant. In each stage you have to collect a certain amount of a substance called 'Biteslime'. Once you fulfill your quota you can enter the next stage through an exit that opens on the left side of the screen. Collecting biteslime increases the length of your snake. If the head of your snake hits a wall, an...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - December 22, 1989
Rom Rom Stadium is a baseball game with fictional teams and players. Players can compete against each other or computer AI. In the Open mode players can select opponents and stadiums, while the Pennant mode is shaped like a tournament; standings can be saved with a password system. The game uses third-person view for pitching and batting; isometric view is used for gameplay on the field. Also included is a simple team creation tool, which allows naming the team and the players and choosing the color of the uniform.