Nintendo DS - Released - June 5, 2008
If you are maudlin and easy tear you probably like this game. Or not. Based on the premise that crying helps relieve stress, Bandai Namco (Ninety-Nine Nights) pretends with "99 Tears" just that, to make the Nintendo DS owners cry like muffins to de-stress them. The "game", which really is not such, will take place in a city where the inhabitants have forgotten how to cry. One day, returning from work, you run into a store called "Source of Tears" and everything starts. The player will have to "play" at the end of each day one of the 99 stories that the game has chosen for us previously...
Sony Playstation - Released - April 15, 1999
Akagawa Jirou: Majotachi no Nemuri ("Jirou Akagawa's The Sleep of Witches") is a visual novel adventure game with a supernatural murder mystery theme. As with Chunsoft's Sound Novel series, it features a series of static photographs with Japanese text overlaid on top. The narrative is supported by background ambient music and sound effects. The story was written by Japanese thriller author Jirou Akagawa, based on his novels Majotachi no Tasogare and Majotachi no Nagai Nemuri. It concerns an office worker who is prompted to look into the apparent suicide of a girl from his childhood after...
Nintendo DS - Released - November 19, 2009
The second game in the life simulation series, this time you get to experience what it's like to work at the kindergarten. When you're not interacting with the kids or their parents and the teachers, you get to play your private life from dating to doing laundry.
Nintendo DS - Released - December 9, 2010
The fifth game in the career simulation series, this time you work for "Mister Donut" (Dunkin' Donuts in the US) fast food chain. Your job is to respond to specific guest needs and resolve problems with a sense of urgency, though the main task is to make the actual donuts.
Nintendo DS - Released - June 30, 2011
Ohanaya-san Monogatari, or "Flower Shop Story" is a career simulator that puts you in the shoes of a girl whose mother has to go overseas. This causes her to have to open their new flower shop all by herself.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 28, 2000
An aquarium (plural aquariums or aquaria) is a vivarium consisting of at least one transparent side in which water-dwelling plants or animals are kept. Fishkeepers use aquaria to keep fish, invertebrates, amphibians, marine mammals, turtles, and aquatic plants. The term combines the Latin root aqua, meaning water, with the suffix -arium, meaning "a place for relating to". Aqua Paradise Boku no Suizokukan let the player build his own Aqua theme park: Choose the employees, build the different buildings, buy fishes, make researchs, prepare shows with your dolphins, etc. The game features a...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 28, 2005
Futari Wa Pretty Cure Max Heart: Maji Maji! Fight de IN Janai (ふたりはプリキュア Max Heart ・ マジ? マジ!? ファイト de IN じゃない Futari wa Purikyua Max Heart: Maji? Maji!? Faito de IN Janai?) is a Gameboy Advance game starring the characters of Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart. It was released on July 28th, 2005, and was the second Pretty Cure video game to be released. The story is that Misumi Nagisa got tickets for her, Yukishiro Honoka and Kujou Hikari to visit an amusement park before it opens. When they get there, they find that Zakennas have taken over all the attractions. They work their way through...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 9, 2004
Futari wa Precure: Arienai! Yume no Kuni wa Daimeikyuu is an Adventure game, developed by Open Sesame and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2004.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 20, 2001
Komocchi is a simulation game in which the player has to create and raise a pet, increasing some different stats (called DNA), that pet is like an avatar of the player's personality and the stats are determinate by the player choices during the game. The game features different mini games that allow the pets to increase or decrease their stats. The game is also compatible with the Pocketstation.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 27, 2002
Metalgun Slinger is an Action game, developed by Open Sesame and published by Atmark, which was released in Japan in 2002.
Nintendo DS - Released - August 16, 2011
Set in the first season of Sailor Moon, the story follows the scouts' attempt to help Nina when she falls into a coma. When Luna suggests that it may be the work of the Dark Kingdom, the Sailor Scouts must step into Nina's dreams in order to save her. This sidescrolling 2D platform game has the player controlling the five Sailor Scouts with the goal of collecting ten crystals and stopping Lord Kaspar.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 8, 2005
Sugar Sugar Rune: Heart Ga Ippai! Moegi Gakuen is an Action game, developed by Open Sesame and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 2005.