Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 11, 2005
This compilation contains two Disney GBA games combined on one cartridge: Disney's Lilo & Stitch 2 Disney's Peter Pan: Return to Never Land
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 30, 2001
Prepare for horror and fright beyond your wildest nightmares, as you step into the world of ALIENS: Thanatos Encounter. The terrifying creatures made famous by the popular ALIENS movies come to Game Boy Color in a totally new adventure. You play as one of five space marines who are sent to explore an abandoned freighter. Naturally, the situation is far worse than your squad expected the ship is completely infested with thousands of vicious aliens. In this single-player shooter, you'll make your way through the various sections of the ship in 12 missions. Discover the solution to the mystery of...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 14, 2002
Ex-FBI agent Ecks and Ex-NSA operative Sever are back in another action filled game. Freedom has been compromised and Ecks and Sever are pitted against each other as pawns in the underground trade of nuclear weapons. With little time to save the world from nuclear holocaust, every mission is the most important. Have you got what it takes?
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 6, 1999
You'll be Forever Bursting Bubbles! Bust-A-Move-4 is bursting onto the scene with more advanced gameplay, and tons of new features. It's a challenge for the whole family! * Bury opponents with the devastating new Chain Reactions. * Keep the bubbles in balance with the new Pulley Mechanism. * Rank yourself with the comprehensive Ranking System. * Save custom puzzles to Memory Cards with Edit Mode.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 6, 2000
Race in style! Cruis'n Exotica takes you to fantastic locales in even more fantastic vehicles. Race through steamy Jurassic jungles or on the ocean floor. Midair stunts keep the action nonstop! Valuable short-cuts and nitro boosts speed up the already fast-paced action!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 4, 2002
The player assumes the role of a Saxon (Wilfred of Ivanhoe, Cedric of Rotherwood, Geoffrey Longsword or Wolfric the Wild) and tries to fight off the Norman hordes and wrestle for control of England. Eventually, the player must fight for control of all territories, and those controlled by other Saxons if they became your enemy. The player must amass armies and fight for control of opponents' castles.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 7, 2000
Disney's Aladdin is a series of platformer video games based on the 1992 motion picture of the same name. The series consists of three drastically different games: one developed by Virgin Interactive for the Sega Mega Drive, which was ported to various other formats, another developed by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, which was later ported to the Game Boy Advance, and a final version developed by SIMS for the Sega Master System and Game Gear.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - February 2, 2002
Disney's Peter Pan: Return to Never Land is an Action game, developed by Crawfish Interactive and published by Disney Interactive Studios, which was released in 2002.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 6, 2001
Players will immerse themselves in the dangerous, yet seductive world of open wheel racing. DRIVEN is based on Franchise Pictures and Warner Bros.' recently released film, DRIVEN, starring Sylvester Stallone. Surrounded by fast cars, fame, money, and women, drive as Jimmy Bly and Joe Tanto of Team Spirit. Pitted against their archrivals, Beau Brandenburg and Max Manley, gamers will fight for survival. Do you have what it takes to enter 'the zone' and then push on to the "ragged edge"? Will you grasp the victory from the others and take your place on the champion's podium?
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 28, 2001
Driven is an overhead-view F1 racing game that combines realistic aspects of the sport with some outrageous elements inspired by the film. In the game's Story Mode, you take on the alternating roles of Joe Tanto and Jimmy Bly with the goal of completing 12 objectives taken from the movie.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 15, 2000
In Driver, you are the wheelman in a series of Hollywood-style car-chases. A great getaway driver is only as good as his equipment, which is why Driver has a selection of performance-packed muscle cars, complete with realistic handling, damage modeling, and real-world physics reactions. Driver also comes fully equipped with a replay/director mode that gives you all the necessary tools to "film" their own car chase and multiple views that allow you to look around when you're driving. Put the pedal to the metal and be the best driver around.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - February 1, 2000
When the wrestling-license musical chairs ended last year, Acclaim must have felt like it was on the hurtin' end of a Stone Cold suplex, what with EA snagging the WCW license from THQ and an enraged THQ, its spirit meter jacked up to stratospheric levels, responding by wresting the prized WWF license from Acclaim's grasp. All's fair in love and corporate lumberjack matches, though, so Acclaim pulled itself off the canvas and went out in search of a new franchise. The answer lay as close as the nearest TV, where Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) holds court weekly on The Nashville...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 16, 2002
Ed, Edd n Eddy: Jawbreakers is a video game released on March 25, 2003, by Cartoon Network Interactive, based on the popular television cartoon Ed, Edd n Eddy for the Game Boy Advance. It was developed by Climax Group and BAM! Entertainment. The game mirrors Ed, Edd (Double Dee), and Eddy's television quest to make money to buy jawbreakers.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 30, 1999
Giant monsters are attacking Earth, and Godzilla, a 200-foot tall, fire-breathing lizard, is the only thing that can save the world. Unfortunately, the military wants to destroy all giant creatures, good or bad. You take control of Godzilla as he travels through seven action-packed levels. In each one, Godzilla must work his way past the military to fight a giant monster. Luckily, Godzilla has fire breath that will destroy almost anything. While fighting through the levels, Godzilla will earn new attacks like the stomp, bite, and tail-whip. Will Godzilla be able to save the planet from the...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 20, 2000
Aliens are creating mutants on Earth, and it is up to Godzilla to save the planet from the giant monsters in GODZILLA THE SERIES: MONSTER WARS. You take control of the giant lizard in 10 levels of action that take place in deserts, cities, and underwater. Free-scrolling technology gives you total control of Godzilla, and new cross-hairs improve the accuracy of Godzilla’s attacks that include fireball, tail whip, bite, claw, stomp, and flame breath. As an added bonus, all of the attacks can be linked together for unlimited combinations. And you are going to need those combinations to destroy...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 1, 2001
The mildly wicked Brickster is back, and this time he's angry! Construct your very own racing vehicle out of virtual versions of the famous plastic LEGO bricks, then steer your new creation into action. You can build whatever type of transport you'd like, with helicopters, boats, cars, and skateboards available. Of course, the type of racer you construct will determine your competition and mode of play, so choose wisely. You'll enjoy all of the action on super-slick speedways, raging rivers, and state-of-the-art skate parks. Each competition takes place on a different island, creating a wide...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 1, 2000
Mary-Kate, Ashley, and their dog Clue are on the case in MARY-KATE & ASHLEY: Get a Clue! You take control of the adorable twins and their dog as they try to collect clues to solve five different mysteries. Each character has a special ability: Mary-Kate can bounce on her head and spring to high places, Ashley can flip switches or pick up Clue to use as a weapon, and Clue can travel through tight spaces and carry the girls on his head. In each of the 50 levels, the girls must collect puzzles pieces, which requires using all of the characters' special abilities. Should any one character die...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 1, 2001
Some totally cute boys have invited Mary-Kate and Ashley to a beach party but the directions have met a terrible fate! Someone has torn up the map that the twins were going to use to get to the shindig, and now they must pool their resources and find all of the pieces before the party starts without them. Some of the map is split up between the classrooms at school, some of them are in the hands of some weird girl that won't give them back, and others have completely disappeared. There are tons of mini-games to keep young gamers busy here, including a mini-golf outing, a cheerleading...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 31, 2000
Maya the Bee & Her Friends is the first game based on Maya the Bee, a world famous German book, comic, and animated cartoon series. This licensed title is based on the animated cartoon series. In the game evil spiders have kidnapped insects and asking for honey as ransom. It is up to Maya and her friends to thwart their evil schemes. The game has the player control three insects one at a time, but together on the same screen, Maya the bee, Willy the bee and Flip the grasshopper. Each insect has its own abilities. Maya can pull levers and Flip allows the others to leap to higher places....
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - May 7, 2002
NASCAR Heat Advance lets players strap themselves into a 750 hp stock car and enjoy all the thrills and spills of NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing anywhere. Whether it's the innovative Beat The Heat challenges or the all-new Career Mode, NASCAR Heat Advance promises to put the pedal to the metal and dust its competition. In fact, NASCAR Heat 2002 is the first NASCAR game for the hand-held system to provide race fans with the ability to see the entire car on the racetrack, not just the back of the car view that has been the only view available until now.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1999
Help Mary-Kate and Ashley solve five mysteries by dinnertime in THE NEW ADVENTURES OF MARY-KATE & ASHLEY. You take the roles of Mary-Kate, Ashley, and their dog Clue. Each character has a set of special abilities: Mary-Kate can jump to high ledges, Ashley can flip switches, and Clue can fit through narrow openings or give the girls a boost to higher areas. On each level, the girls and Clue must use their talents and work together to collect a puzzle piece. If you get stuck, there are three clue pieces scattered in each stage. Collect all three pieces, and you are given a hint on how to collect...
Windows - Released - October 31, 2000
Nicktoons Racing is another Mario Kart clone using cartoon characters from Nickelodeon. The gameplay follows the standards closely: the player controls one of the characters to win races on tracks filled with scattered power-ups and ramps. A meter at the top of the screen shows the current position and the amount of nitro fuel available. Extra fuel can be collected as shiny orbs on the road. The gift boxes contain random power-ups, like coconuts to throw at the other racers, flash lights to temporally blind them, and traps like baby powder, trash cans and green goo to slow down the...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 1, 2001
If they're so cool in real life, can you even imagine what they can do in a video game? The popular razor scooters now have their own Game Boy Advance title, and it's one intense ride. Choose your rig from a variety of available scooters, and then head out to rescue your friends from the clutches an evil robot named Norton. Your style and skills are the only things that can save the day, so get moving! There are 10 cool characters to play as each with unique abilities and shortcomings and 45 cool maneuvers to pull off. Packed with awesome graphics and realistic action, RAZOR FREESTYLE SCOOTER...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 10, 2001
If they're so cool in real life, can you even imagine what they can do in a video game? The popular razor scooters now have their own GBC title, and it's one intense ride. Choose your rig from a variety of available scooters, and then head out to rescue your friends from the clutches an evil robot named Norton. Your style and skills are the only things that can save the day, so get moving! There are 10 cool characters to play as each with unique abilities and shortcomings and 45 cool maneuvers to pull off. Packed with awesome graphics and realistic action, RAZOR FREESTYLE SCOOTER challenges...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1999
Boxing action comes to the Game Boy Color with READY 2 RUMBLE BOXING. Choose from 10 fighters including Afro Thunder, Lulu Valentine, and "Big" Willie Johnson, each with their own abilities and styles. Play the Arcade mode to get in some quick action, and when you are ready for a challenge, try to win eight matches and become the best in the world in the Championship mode. In both modes, legendary ring announcer Michael Buffer intros each fighter, which includes full-motion video sequences that are based on the console introductions. As an added bonus, the cartridge rumbles so it feels like...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 31, 2002
Reign of Fire will throw gamers into ferocious battles between two ancient species fighting for survival: humans and dragons. An action-packed third-person arcade adventure set in the near future, players will choose to take the side of either the humans - struggling to fight back against their seemingly insurmountable foes - or the dragons themselves: an awesome army of fire-breathing beasts intent on incinerating everything in their path. The dragons have remained illusive until today, despite the fact they are the stars of Reign of Fire. Players will encounter several breeds of the...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 22, 2002
In just over 4 years the Robot Wars TV series has grown from cult status to become a massive worldwide phenomenon, with the BBC show now attracting a weekly audience of around four million viewers. Taking its cue from the latest series, this GBA Robot Wars game cranks up the action with new events, new robots, new arenas and a wide range of new game features. The game brings together all the elements of the TV show - players can design and build their own robots, drawing upon a database of body parts, armour, engines, wheels and weapons. Once complete, battle can commence! The game also...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 28, 2001
Aliens have lived among mankind for centuries. However, man has known them as vampires, banshees, werewolves, and other mythical creatures. It is up to Global Alliance agent Nick Logan to stop these aliens from hunting humans and send them back to their home planets. Take control of Logan as he travels through 10 levels of action, spanning five exotic locations. In each level, Nick must master new technology to capture the aliens. If an alien tries to make a run for it, Logan can chase after it in a variety of vehicles, including a truck and a Humvee. In all of this action, he must avoid...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - October 27, 1999
Aliens are trying to take over the solar system, and you're the only one that can stop them. You are the best pilot on Earth, and you must defend all of the planets. After choosing your vehicle from the three that are available, it will stay at the bottom of the screen as a formation of aliens slowly moves down the screen. Your job is simple: blast the aliens out the sky. When they are decimated, you will move on to the next level. Fortunately, there are several power-ups available including electricity, solar flares, bubbles, shurikens, and others. As you progress through the game, new aliens...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 4, 2002
Street Fighter Alpha 3, the third game in the Alpha series, has a total of 31 fighters, the most in the series so far. New characters include old favorites E. Honda, Blanka, Vega, Cammy, T. Hawk, Dee Jay, Juni and Juli. Some of the newest fighters on the block include a former Final Fight character (Cody, who has been in jail since the last Final Fight game, or so his clothing suggests), Karin Kanzuki and Rainbow Mika. The major difference between this Alpha and the last two are the new play modes World Tour, Arcade, VS, Training and Entry.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 1, 2000
The challenge has been made and you're cast into the battle with nothing but cunning and skill on your side. The world's most powerful collection of warriors is now assembled in one incredible tournament. Armed with an arsenal of new martial arts moves, Super Combos and Alpha Counters, legendary Street Fighters, Ryu- Chun-Li and Ken collide with a lethal new combination of foes. Welcome to the most extreme one-on-one warfare ever!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 19, 2002
The RAINBOW SIX franchise returns with yet another stunning installment from author Tom Clancy. Lead a three-man hostage rescue squad through level after harrowing level of enemy fire and intense strategic planning. One of the better team-based graphical efforts ever to grace the small screen, THE SUM OF ALL FEARS is heavily influenced by the cinematic version of the story, which stars Ben Affleck and Morgan Freeman. Whether you're a series fan or you're just looking for a good action game, this one's a must-have.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 13, 2000
Terrorists are out to destroy the world. You, as part of an antiterrorist group, must lead an elite group of commandos code-named Rainbow. To carry out your missions, you must choose a team from among the members of Rainbow each has unique skills that may or may not be useful on any given assignment. Once you have assembled a team, you must determine a plan of attack, including what weapons and gear are required to execute the plan. Will making a head-on assault work, or should you use subtler tactics? The choice is yours. Once you're prepared, you must try to execute your part of it, while...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - February 13, 2003
Relive 1916 as the Allied Forces desperately need pilots! Young soldiers surge to the Allied armies in an attempt to join the honorable elite: the World War I fighter pilots. Armed with courage and lead alike, these young pilots must claw their way up the ranks, and become one of the proud few that not only defend a nation, but defend the world, from the tyranny of the Huns. Fill the shoes of a rookie pilot, green from inexperience yet eager to take flight and begin what could be a fantastic -- if not legendary -- career. With the help of friends and comrades, you must battle your way up the...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 1, 1999
Next to 3D versions on consoles, Acclaim's 1999 wrestling game WWF Attitude was also released in a 2D version for the Game Boy Color. It is similar to developer Crawfish Interactive's previous Game Boy title WWF War Zone, with the main differences being the addition of color, several new game modes and an all-new line-up of 20 wrestlers. Returning modes include training, single matches, tag team matches and cage matches, as well as the Challenge mode, in which the player's goal is to earn the WWF title by beating the current holder, starting from the very bottom of the rankings. To get a...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 1, 2000
The X-Men are looking for new recruits. Do you have what it takes to join them in their fight against evil? Find out by playing X-MEN: Mutant Academy. Choose from 10 different X-Men including Wolverine, Cyclops, Gambit, Storm, Beast, Phoenix, Magneto, and Sabretooth. All of them have special moves based on each character's unique mutant abilities. Once you have the perfect fighter, use the Training mode and let Professor X help hone your powers. When you are ready, fight a single match in the Versus mode, or fight a series of progressively harder matches in the Arcade mode. You can also...