Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - 2005
Finding Nemo is a side-scrolling action game with light puzzle and exploration elements. Finding Nemo: The Continuing Adventures is an exclusive for GBA and offers 22 different minigames.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 5, 1999
64 Hanafuda: Tenshi no Yakusoku is a hanafuda card game released exclusively for the Nintendo 64 in Japan.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 25, 2006
Alex Rider: Stormbreaker is a video game based on the 2006 film Stormbreaker, which in turn was an adaptation of the original novel. It is is an overhead action and stealth game, where players take control of Alex (and once, his uncle Ian) in several missions. Alex gains several gadgets over the course of the game, which are integral to mission completion. Also included is an array of minigames by weapon inventor Smithers. There is also an MI6 training camp mode for players to test out their skills.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 19, 2004
Finally a game made just for girls! Help Angelica with the school newspaper, sing a song with Susie, put together stylin' outfits with Lil, swap information with your best friends, take a vote on a hot topic or use the PDS function to plan your busy week!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 2000
Backgammon, the world's most widely played and recognised board game just got portable. The ultimate game of chance and skill now available on Game Boy, chose from 3 modes of play including "Tournament, Free and Vs Match" and 6 difficulty levels.
Nintendo DS - November 18, 2008
In Bolt, players take on the heroic personas of the TV star dog, Bolt, and his owner, Penny, from the high-action television series featured within the film. As Bolt, players can use his superpowers, including laser vision and his superbark, which sends out a sonic blast to devastate opponents, and as Penny, players utilize stealth, hacking skills and a wheelbar, inspired by her scooter seen in the movie, to outwit enemies. The Nintendo DS version of the game will include competitive and co-op multiplayer, mini games as well as DGamer, Disney Interactive Studios' innovative new technology that...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 1, 2005
You get the chance to live the life of a Rock Angel as you help Cloe, Jade, Sasha and Yasmin start their own fashion magazine. The search for the perfect scoop will take you around the globe, where famous places and famous people make for amazing adventures. Shop for the latest fashions! Explore Bratz town and Bratz City! Start your very own fashion magazine!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 31, 1998
Checkmate is a chess game developed and published by Altron Corporation for the Game Boy Color. At the start of the game either Japanese or English can be chosen as the language. Checkmate is a chess game in which there are two main game modes. The first is a tournament mode in which the player plays through a series of opponents one by one, with the ultimate match at the end against a super computer. The other play mode is called open competition. Open competition mode is essentially an exhibition match. The player can choose any of the 16 opponents to play against, including the super...
Sony Playstation - Released - January 10, 1997
City Bravo! is the first game in the Altron's City Bravo series. In City Bravo the player is the mayor of a new city and he can build and design his own city: choose the industries, factories, shopping centers, buildings, decide what to build or construct. The game features a lot of different buildings, industries and other city facilities. It's up to the player to decide what kind of city he wanted to create. The game features a complete map creator to create new map designs and also a mission mode in which the player has to achieve different objectives.
Sony Playstation - Released - July 27, 2000
City Bravo! Business Hen is the sequel to Altron's City Bravo released in 1999, this sequel features more business. In city bravo business-hen the player can again build and design his own city: choose the industries, factories, shopping centers, buildings, decide what to build or construct. A lot of different buildings, industries and other city facilities are featured. It's up to the player to decide what kind of city he wanted to create. The game features a complete tutorial in japanese of all the different business and items that the player can control in the game.
Cleopatra Fortune Plus (クレオパトラフォーチュン プラス) is a puzzle game developed by Altron and published by Taito for the Sega NAOMI arcade system. It is the sequel to Taito's 1997 game Cleopatra Fortune. The gameplay is similar to Tetris, but here the player has to direct blocks of stone and treasure to create closures, which then eliminates the treasure and adds to the player's score. Also, if a full line of stone blocks is formed, they will disappear in a similar fashion to Tetris, and also add to the player's score. The game's name comes from its mascot, which is a super deformed version of the...
Arcade - Released - 2002
Cleopatra Fortune Plus (クレオパトラフォーチュン プラス) is a puzzle game developed by Altron and published by Taito for the Sega NAOMI arcade system. It is the sequel to Taito's 1997 game Cleopatra Fortune.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 22, 2000
Logic puzzles to complete to fill the grid in a number tips. Logic puzzle Along with crossword puzzles, and it is supported by the deep-rooted fan. Debuts at an affordable price where it to meet the demands of everyone referred to as "! Want to enjoy logic puzzles more easily"! Issue number of 250 questions in total. Color problem is equipped in addition to the normal problem 30 × 30 squares (a total of six) from 5 × 5 trout. It has become a work from beginner to advanced will enjoy towards various. It is one recommended for those looking for fun easily towards the logic puzzle love.
Sony Playstation - Released - January 18, 2001
Puzzle game series which recorded the popular "logic puzzle", "Colorful Logic" 2nd. The recorded 300 questions in total, it looks bright "color logic", NO ease play. You can enjoy the logic of three 1 "black-and-white logic", the debut of "Dialogic". Set in a theme park, let's challenge to a number of challenges. Colorful Logic 2 features 300 picross puzzles and this time the game takes place in a theme park and the player controls a little girl that will advance in the park solving the picross puzzles. Inside the park there is also a room with a complete tutorial in japanese explaining how...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 12, 2001
From the puzzle game "colorful logic" was recorded "logic puzzle" of the popular 3rd-themed shopping appeared to PS. Recorded a total of 300 questions hearty, "In addition to color and black-and-white logic" familiar, you enjoy the 'logic deformation "of the complete set of rich individuality can be a problem. Aim to win Qianmen around the quirky shops. In Colorful Logic 3 the player controls a young boy that will go through different parts of his town to take part in challenging Colorful Logic puzzles. When he reachs a part where he can play the game show the people of the building...
Nintendo DS - Released - September 18, 2006
Danny Phantom: Urban Jungle is a video game for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS consoles. It is based on the episode "Urban Jungle" from the television series "Danny Phantom" and is the second video game for the series (The first is Danny Phantom: The Ultimate Enemy for the Game Boy Advance). Players play the role of Danny Phantom in his adventure to save Amity Park from various ghosts from the show. It's console versions were all cancelled for unknown reasons. The console version was suppose to be an Action-adventure game.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 19, 2006
A powerful new eco-ghost has turned Amity Park into a real urban jungle. Danny Phantom must battle his way through the twisted thorns and monstrous vegetation and learn an all new-freeze power to defeat this evil nemesis. Soar through ghostly 3-D worlds attacking all new enemies in frenzied shooter action. Travel to the Ghost Zone to learn Danny's new Freeze Power. Defeat new enemy Undergrowth as he tries to turn Amity Park into a nightmare of plants and vines. Pilot the Fenton Flier and Danny with new inventions from the Fenton lab.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 23, 2000
Robots are running amok in Dexter's lab! Based on the popular cartoon series, DEXTER'S LABORATORY: Robot Rampage for the Game Boy Color puts you in the little boots of the Dexter as he tries to reclaim his lab from Mandark's invading mechanical mayhem. You'll have to ride elevators, dive down shafts, hide in shadows, and occasionally blast the robotic intruders as you hunt down your evil nemesis. There are three different outfits you can wear to make infiltrating the lab easier: wear your standard lab-coat or one of two special robo-suits, depending on what the situation calls for. You can...
Nintendo 3DS - Released - August 18, 2013
In Disney's most ambitious video game initiative ever, Disney Infinity introduces an all-new game universe where a spark of imagination unlocks a fantastical world where players have unprecedented freedom and endless opportunity to create stories and play experiences starring the beloved characters from Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios' most popular franchises.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 15, 2008
Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants Edition is a video game for the Nintendo DS. It is a spin-off of 5th Cell's 2007 DS hit Drawn to Life, and is based on the Nickelodeon animated comedy series SpongeBob SquarePants, specifically the episode "Frankendoodle". The game was developed by a Japanese game company, Altron and published by Play THQ. The game was released in North America on September 15, 2008.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - September 29, 2000
Elevator Action EX is an update to the Game Boy version of Elevator Action published by Taito in 1991. In addition to colour, players can choose between three characters: Mike, Guy and Sarah.
Sega Saturn - Released - April 25, 1997
Elf wo Karu Monotachi (エルフを狩るモノたち) is an adventure game for the Sega Saturn. It is based on the 1996 Those Who Hunt Elves
Sega Saturn - Released - July 16, 1998
Elf wo Karu Monotachi II (エルフを狩るモノたちⅡ) is a sequel to Elf wo Karu Monotachi.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 13, 1998
Elf o Karu Monotachi II is an Adventure game, published by Altron, which was released in Japan in 1998.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 28, 1997
Elf wo karu Monotachi Hanafuda Hen is a mahjong hanafuda game based on the anime series, the game features 2 game mode a vs mode and a story mode. It's the first game that was released on the Playtstation console based on the anime. Elf Wo Karu Monotachi (Those Who Hunt Elves) is a manga series and an animated Japanese television series by Yu Yagami, released in North America on VHS and DVD by ADV Films. The plot revolves around three travellers, the eponymous "Elf Hunters", and the elven sorceress Mistress Celcia. Elf Hunters seek five spell fragments that have been placed on the skin...
Sony Playstation - Released - August 7, 1997
Elf wo karu Monotachi Kanzenhan is an adventure game based on the anime series, packed with animated movie clips and mini-games. It's the second game that was released on the Playtstation console based on the anime. Elf Wo Karu Monotachi (Those Who Hunt Elves) is a manga series and an animated Japanese television series by Yu Yagami, released in North America on VHS and DVD by ADV Films. The plot revolves around three travellers, the eponymous "Elf Hunters", and the elven sorceress Mistress Celcia. Elf Hunters seek five spell fragments that have been placed on the skin of elves, similar...
Nintendo DS - Released - November 6, 2007
Based on the 2007 Walt Disney Pictures film of the same name, 'Enchanted' for the Nintendo DS has the player embark on an epic quest with Princess Giselle in order to find her true love, Prince Edward. After an evil hag shoves Giselle down a wishing well, she winds up from her animated paradise in Andalasia to the bustling streets of New York City in the real world. After rushing through several unhelpful citizens of the Big Apple, Giselle comes across a divorce attorney named Robert, who reluctantly takes her to his apartment, while his daughter Morgan is delighted to have a princess on...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 15, 2006
The Tank Gang have managed to escape from the dentist's office in this follow-up story inspired by the Disney/Pixar blockbuster movie. Help Nemo, Dory, Marlin, Bruce, Crush, and Squirt get them to their new homes in the ocean. Revisit all your friends from the Walt Disney Pictures presentation of a Pixar Animation Studios film, Finding Nemo. All in all there 22 different mini-games based around the storyline. The story presented in Finding Nemo: The Continuing Adventures was written by Andrew Stanton, the writer and director of the Finding Nemo motion picture. Published by THQ in the US and...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 24, 2006
The only video game based on the DreamWorks Animation and Aardman, Flushed Away lets players relive the movie and beyond as they assume the roles of Roddy, Rita and take the wheel of the Jammy Dodger watercraft. Maneuver through a dangerous underground city filled with enemies, waterfalls and traps in a struggle against the villainous Toad and his evil plans.
Sega Saturn - Released - October 29, 1998
Honkaku Hanafuda (本格花札) is a table game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 12, 1998
Honkaku Hanafuda is a hanafuda game with different game modes like vs and even an story mode in which the player has to defeat different opponent to advance in the story. Hanafuda are playing cards of Japanese origin (karuta cards), used to play a number of games. The name literally translates as "flower cards". Cards: There are twelve suits, representing months. Each is designated a flower, and each suit has four cards. Typically, there are two 'normal' cards worth one point, one poetry ribbon card worth five points, and a final special card worth ten or twenty points. The point...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 21, 2001
Start your engines and race for the championship in your favorite Hot Wheels cars as they fly over jumps, careen around hairpin turns and speed through radical environments!
Sega Saturn - Released - January 15, 1998
Jung Rhythm is one of the few music-based games on the Saturn. Gameplay is similar to Space Channel 5, in that a music sequence is played and then the player is required to repeat that sequence. In Jung Rhythm, the required buttons scroll across the bottom of the screen while the music is playing. You merely press the displayed buttons at the correct time. The graphics are made up of 3D models for the characters, and have a unique cartoon-style. The graphics suit the style of game and are quite nice. The music has a very quirky Japanese pop-style. The songs are all quite catchy, and...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 26, 1999
Little Magic is a puzzle game, developed and published by Altron, which was released in Japan in 1999. Magic is all the rage these days. All the popular girls practice it, and young May doesn’t want to be left out of the loop. Despite her best efforts, the only magic spell she seems able to manage is creating magic bubbles. Nevertheless, May is determined to graduate magic school even with her limited abilities. The trail before her seems impossible, but through sheer determination, nothing can stand in her way.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 24, 1993
May is an apprentice mage at Magic School and must pass the final exam. A puzzle game seen from a top-down perspective. The goal of each level is to open the exit by pushing a magic stone on a designated spot. May can also push objects one tile ahead without moving herself. This is often used to get the stone over water that she can't cross herself. May's other ability is to create magic bubbles. She can create bubbles in three different sizes. Bubbles will pop after a certain amount of time, depending on their size. If they pop while next to the stone or another bubble, the stone or bubble...
Sega Saturn - Released - October 18, 1996
Mighty Hits (マイティ ヒット) is a light-gun shooter game for the Sega Saturn - one of the few to be developed by a third party. It was not released in North America. The European cover of this game is one of the few in video game history to offer no description of the game at all, just screenshots.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 27, 1996
Mighty Hits is a gun game that features a 2 player mode, light gun support, 4 different difficult modes and 30 different games to play. The game features cartoon graphics and a high score memory card save. Is the first game in the Mighty Hits series and got a sequel called Mighty Hits Special. The game is basically made up of mini-games, playable with a friend as well. The range of activivtes for the game varies widely, from shooting ballons to shooting clocks, right up to hiting mice with beach balls. All these games are loads of fun, especially against a friend. The wide range of gameplay...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 15, 1999
Mighty Hits Special is an action game on Playstation. The principle is simple, you have a pistol in your hands, and once you have the instructions of each mission recorded, you will have to prove intelligence in order to succeed each trip that is imposed on you. Released in Europe and Japan.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 28, 1995
Missland is a directly experiencing puzzle game by comparing scenes on the left and right and finding non-matching parts with a character. The gameplay is about moving the 3d screen using the d-pad and the zooms to find the errors between the images, when you center your character with the different object you press the X Button to get one of the errors. There is a time limit to solve each puzzle and there are different themes and images. The game got 3 game modes: 1 Player, 2 Player & Tournament (that is not playable at the beginning of the game).
Sony Playstation - Released - November 26, 1998
Missland 2 is the sequel to Missland and is also a directly experiencing puzzle game by comparing scenes on the left and right and finding non-matching parts with a character. The gameplay is about moving the 3d screen using the d-pad and the zooms to find the errors between the images, when you center your character with the different object you press the X Button to get one of the errors. There is a time limit to solve each puzzle and there are different themes and images. The game got 3 game modes: 1 Player, 2 Player & Tournament (that is not playable at the beginning of the game).
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1992
Say goodbye to lost pieces and slow opponents. THE NEW CHESSMASTER lets you play in one of 16 different skill levels from Newcomer to Grandmaster. A Teaching mode allows you to examine all possible moves more easily, letting you play out then reverse any scenario. You can pause your game anytime and return later without having to set up the board all over again. Play against the computer or a human adversary in the most inclusive chess package ever. Whether you're looking for a chess companion, a well-suited opponent, or a friendly instructor, THE NEW CHESSMASTER is the perfect solution.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 27, 2004
NICKTOONS characters from THE FAIRLY ODDPARENTS, SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS, ROCKET POWER, JIMMY NEUTRON, and DANNY PHANTOM come together in an all new adventure for Game Boy Advance called NICKTOONS: FREEZE FRAME FRENZY. This game also marks the first appearance in a video game by the characters in RUGRATS: ALL GROWN UP. The characters from the popular television shows and evildoers work to move through a number of cartoon settings in order to solve different puzzles in this unique venture. Nicktoons characters are surfacing in places that they don't belong and confusion has followed. Jimmy...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 4, 1994
Olivia's Mystery is a puzzle game published by Altron and developed by an unknown contract developer. It features a story, told with scrolling text, that every so often segues to one of the game's puzzles. The game's puzzles resemble normal jigsaw puzzles: the player has to take several pieces, often flipping them vertically or horizontally, and place them in their correct locations on a grid. The complication is that the image is animating in a constant loop. Often, this provides a hint as to the correct orientation of the piece (if a figure is climbing a wall, for instance, all the wall...
Nintendo DS - Released - February 3, 2009
Jump on a Wild Ride as Phineas and Ferb! Jump on a Wild Ride as Phineas and Ferb! Build incredible inventions and ride extreme racecourses in Phineas and Ferb, the video game! Visit fun locations to find useful gadgets and missing parts to build the most awesome machines and rides. Complete fun minigames along the way and try your best to avoid Phineas and Ferb's teenage sister, Candace! The fun never stops as you attempt to save the world as the Secret Agent P in a battle against the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz! There's a whole lot of stuff to do before school starts and Phineas and Ferb...
Nintendo DS - Released - August 2, 2011
Based on the upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie of the same name, Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension for Nintendo DS takes players on an exciting journey through all new environments in an all new fun-filled game. Play as Phineas, Ferb or Agent P and master combat techniques to battle and overcome enemy drones using gadgets and combat maneuvers while leveling up through over 30 stages to defeat the evil Dr. D and his robot army and save the Tri-State area. Features • Play as Phineas, Ferb or Agent P and unlock a special bonus-a new secret Agent • Jump, dodge and...
Nintendo DS - Released - September 14, 2010
Players can now play as Perry to save the world by battling Dr. Doofenshmirtz's robots and henchmen. Players can also play as Candace through mazes, trampolines, lily pads, and more and upgrade their gadgets from the first game for more power.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 18, 2002
An evil Hydra Dragon has been awakened from a long sleep and has unleashed the world's most fearded mythical creatures on the land. It is up to you to stop them and eventually put an end to the evil Hydra's madness! You can choose one of the three characters, Pocky, Rocky the Raccoon or Becky to embark on this fantastic and dangerous adventure. Collect magical items and a variety of power-ups to help battle the mythical bosses as you journey to the final showdown with the Hydra!
Sony Playstation - Released - March 28, 2003
Backgammon is a board game for two players in which the playing pieces are moved according to the roll of dice. A player wins by removing all of his checkers from the board. There are many variants of backgammon, most of which share common traits. Backgammon is a member of the tables family, one of the oldest classes of board games in the world. Although luck plays an important role, there is a large scope for strategy. With each roll of the dice a player must choose from numerous options for moving his checkers and anticipate possible counter-moves by the opponent. Players may raise the...
Sony Playstation - Released - May 15, 2003
Puzznic is an action puzzle game in which players move blocks to match symbols and colors. Blocks may be moved freely to the left or right but not lifted up, as they will fall to the bottom of the board if not supported. This family-appropriate release is similar to the C64 and NES versions of the title, based on the gameplay of Taito's 1989 Japanese arcade game of the same name. Features * Quickly arrange blocks to create matches * Choose from an assortment of anime-inspired characters * Save your high scores to memory card
Sony Playstation - Released - July 10, 1996
The year is 2042 AD and all forms of physical violence against organic lifeforms have been outlawed. For entertainment the Robo Pit battles have been created. Large corporations can acquire prestige and profit by developing successful robots and weapons. Robots are victorious in battle if they are still functional after defeating their opponent. Upon defeating their opponent they may take their opponents' arms and use them to upgrade themself. The first order of business for the player is to create their own robot. This requires them to select a body, face, base, weapon arms, and a name. Up...
Sony Playstation - Released - August 30, 2003
Robo-Pit 2 is, like its predecessor, a fighting game where robots battle it out in an arena. The game starts with the player creating his own robot. The player can use 146 different parts and 72 colours to create a robot of his own taste. The different body parts that can be customized are head, body, arms and legs. Each body part has its own attack and durability ratings that determines how the robot will fare in combat. The battles takes place in the Coliseum. The Coliseum consists of a number of rooms each hosting an enemy robot that the player has to defeat to unlock more rooms....
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 4, 2003
Rocket Power: Zero Gravity is based on the Nickelodeon show of the same name, and features 12 environments for characters Otto, Reggie, Twister, and Sam to skate through.
Sega Saturn - Released - October 22, 1998
Rox 6=Six (ＲＯＸ ―ロックス―) is a Puzzle game, developed and published by Altron Corporation, which was released in Japan in 1998 for the Sega Saturn.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 17, 2000
The American way is no laughing matter, and Sgt. Rock is here to prove it to naysayers the world over. Help the leathery veteran make it all the way to enemy camp, then obliterate it in order to save the day and preserve U.S. ideals. Based on the arcade game FRONT LINE, this Game Boy Color update on the title features Sgt. Rock, a D.C. Comics hero. You must guide the war hero over rivers and through the woods, taking out enemy troops and tanks. The obstacles are bountiful, as you'll come up against heavy opposition at every turn. If you stumble upon an opposing tank, feel free to hop in just...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - July 22, 1999
Shin Honkaku Hanafuda (真 本格花札) is a table game for the Sega Dreamcast. It is a sequel(?) to Honkaku Hanafuda.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 23, 2003
Mr. Burns is up to his greedy ways in Simpsons Road Rage, purchasing Springfield's busses and jacking up the fares. Now, Springfield residents must turn their cars into cabs and work the streets. Hopefully, making enough money to buy back the busses before the clock runs out. Choose from over 30 of your favorite Simpsons characters and brave the jam-packed streets of six huge levels, performing big-air and powerslide stunts. Compete for passengers in two-player, split screen action. Go on a road rage, Simpsons-style.
Nintendo DS - Released - March 16, 2010
Sonny with a Chance for Nintendo DS allows players to experience random and humorous events inspired by the hit Disney Channel series with the "So Random" cast. Fans can play as their favorite character and take their chance in a board game loaded with mini-games, random events and wacky power-ups to get the most fan mail.
Sega Saturn - Released - September 23, 1998
Sorvice is an action RPG released for the Sega Saturn exclusively in Japan.
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 23, 2007
SpongeBob and Patrick stumble upon the lost magical amulet that will take them to the legendary city of Atlantis. Players join them and the rest of the group from Bikini Bottom as they ride in a magical bus. Hoping to uncover the treasures of Atlantis in order to fulfill Spongebob's dream of finding the "World's Oldest Bubble," players control whether or not that happens.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 23, 2007
Uncover the secrets of the underwater world of Atlantis as you play as SpongeBob and the rest of the gang in SpongeBob's Atlantis Squarepantis. In SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis, SpongeBob and Patrick stumble upon the lost magical amulet that will take them to the legendary city of Atlantis. Players will join them and the rest of their Bikini Bottom pals as they ride in a magical bus for a soaking new adventure. Hoping to uncover the treasures of Atlantis in order to fulfill SpongeBob's dream of finding the "World's Oldest Bubble," players will control whether the city brings everything...
Nintendo DS - Released - October 26, 2009
SpongeBob has been entrusted by Mr. Krabs to keep the Krabby Patty formula safe. But in all the excitement, SpongeBob forgets where he put the formula. He then relies on the help of the most unlikely companion, Plankton. With the help of his friends, SpongeBob must use Plankton's memory machine to retrace the happiest moments of his life (because according to SpongeBob, he's unable to remember anything when he's sad) to find the Krabby Patty formula in time for the Krusty Krab's "eleventy-seventh" anniversary. Little does SpongeBob know, however, that Plankton wants the formula for himself and...
Sega Saturn - Released - November 3, 1995
Tadaima Wakusei Kaitakuchuu! is a Strategy game, developed and published by Altron, which was released in Japan in 1995.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 19, 2005
Tak, everyone's favorite shaman, is back in another platform adventure set in his mystical tribal world where magic (juju) actually works. An innovative two player cooperative game play style combines unique puzzles, time-based strategies, and a robust combat system that requires players to defeat zany competitors to receive the grandest reward ever given by the great Jujus.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 30, 2012
Transformers Prime: The Game is based on the hit animated TV series. Help Optimus Prime and the Autobots join forces with human friends Jack, Miko and Raf to save the Earth from Megatron and his new secret weapon.
Nintendo DS - Released - May 26, 2009
From Disney and Pixar, Up is a comedic adventure taking off (and lifting spirits) about a man who spent his entire life dreaming of exploring the globe and experiencing life to its fullest who, aftera twist of fate (and a persistent 8-year old Junior Wilderness Explorer named Russell) finds a new lease on life up in the air.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 25, 2002
Directly translated from the popular arcade stand-up, Virtua Tennis offers a light-year jump from the Pong-style tennis of yesteryear. Sporting rich 3-D graphics, crisp animation, and realistic sound effects, you'll swear you're courtside at a grand slam. But, thanks to the game's simple controls, you won't have to spend years at a tennis camp just learning a backhand. The game features hard-top, grass, and clay surfaces, all with distinct ball-bounce and sound responses. Choose one of eight internationally ranked tennis pros and play against advanced computer opponents, or plug an extra...
Sega Saturn - Released - July 30, 1998
Waku Waku Monster is a versus-type puzzle game that also includes a minor monster-raising element.
Nintendo DS - Released - October 11, 2005
Create the zoo of your dreams as you select your favorite animals and re-create their natural habitats. Get up close and personal while collecting and caring for the world's most popular animals from every continent. Manage your environment properly and achieve the ultimate goal of a zoo full of happy animals and customers.