Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - May 30, 2001
Commander Keen is a 2001 video game published by Activision. It is part of the Commander Keen series, which was originally developed by id Software. Released for the Game Boy Color, it was developed with id Software's permission; however it did not involve any of the original Commander Keen developers. It was developed instead by David A. Palmer Productions. Tom Hall, creative director and designer of the original Commander Keen series, has stated that he does not consider the GBC game "canon by any means".
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 5, 2001
From the legendary game developers at id Software, comes an explosive journey into the nightmare world of DOOM™. Embark on a harrowing mission to rid of Martian Moon Base of hordes of demonic creatures. Navigate through DOOM™'s 24 maze like levels, scouring the corridors for secret areas and combat aids as you take on hell spawned demons with an explosive arsenal of chainguns, plasma rifles and rocket launchers. Use the Game Boy® Advance Game Link® Cable to team up with a friend and blast the levels together or link up to 4 players for the ultimate deathmatch.®
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 10, 1999
Earthworm Jim is back, and he's brought a ton of mayhem and destruction with him! EARTHWORM JIM: Menace 2 the Galaxy is the second Game Boy Color adventure for everyone's favorite worm-turned-superhero. Playing as Jim in this one-player action game, you must blast your way through 12 bizarre stages packed with enemies and other hazards. To aid you in your endeavor, you'll be able to pick up and use four different weapons to toast your foes. The typical wry humor present in the EARTHWORM JIM series is here as well, resulting in some crazy situations for you to jump, shoot, and fly your way...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1999
Even a lost island hideaway in the wet South Pacific isn't far enough away from the long arm of Rez. While GEX was whiling away the hours living on the fruits of his recent successes, the madman of the Media Dimension was working on his new hobby - secret agent-napping. Agent Xtra was now struggling for her freedom as a hostage in the lair of Rez. As a master of disguise, GEX had his work cut out for him. Another descent into bad TV movies is at hand. To the GEXCaves!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998
After saving the television realm from destruction, Gex retired to Maui. Unfortunately, Rez has returned and wants to take over the television realm again. Now Gex must come out of retirement. Guide him through 26 levels, each with a number of missions to complete. Finishing a mission will earn a remote control; collect enough remotes and new stages open. In all of the levels, Gex will have to either avoid or fight enemies. Luckily, he is equipped with a tail that can whip the bad guys into shape. To further aid in the fight, Gex can eat flies that will grant him an extra life or increase the...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 9, 2000
Based on the cartoon series of the same name, MEN IN BLACK: The Series 2 starts with aliens invading the Earth. It is up to a covert organization, known only as Men In Black, to stop the invasion. You take the role of Agent J as he hunts down 12 different alien races, including the Skraaldians and the Fmeck. Luckily, J has a wide range of weapons to help him put an end to the alien menace; most notable is the Noisy Cricket. While most aliens are relatively easy to spot, some can change shape and will not reveal themselves until J gets close to them...so keep your eyes peeled. When a stage is...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 1, 2002
The scum of the universe continue to slip through the cracks in the system and arrive on earth. As a Men in Black agent, it's your job to stop them. Armed with advanced weapons including the noisy cricket, freezer gun, and grenade launcher, you will battle an array of aliens across New York, and even in space.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998
An evil force known as Scourge is manipulating the Red Lucense in order to take over the jungle. Now it is up to Pitfall Harry Jr. to use the Blue Lucense to restore peace to the land. You control Harry as he battles through 15 levels that span jungles, volcanoes, prisons, and caverns. Each world has unique variations; for example, you have to swing from vines in the jungle stages, while using a pickaxe to battle scorpions and other monsters. For some additional help, Harry has quick reflexes to allow him to dodge bullets and jump over some of the bad guys. In addition to Harry's innate...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - May 30, 2002
Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, the latest in the extremely long series of Star Wars games. The latest title is based around the events of Episode II, as the title suggests, and has players assume the role of Anakin Skywalker, Mace Windu and Obi-Wan Kenobi as they battle Jango Fett and Count Dooku. The game features space fighting, side scrolling and lightsaber fights. Attack of the Clone features such Star Wars locations as Coruscant, Tatooine and Geonosis.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 1, 1994
Watch TAZ's dust! That spinning superstar with the short fuse and gigantic appetite! TAZ whirls across Tasmania, hunting for the lost giant seabird egg to make the world's largest omelet! TAZ gobbles up everything! Snacks like chilli peppers really burn up his enemies. The hungrier he is, the wilder he gets. Explosive TAZ blasts through 17 levels of high-energy adventure.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 20, 2005
Game Boy Advance adaptation of the popular Japanese Tokyo Xtreme Racing series of games. The GBA game features more than 16 unique user-playable cars to choose from, each with various levels of car tuning options. "Tuner" fans are able to upgrade and customize their cars with plenty of performance and style modifications. Gameplay is similar to the console titles, meaning you explore different metropolitan areas and look for other car fans to challenge them to races. Players race through three cities- Tokyo, London and Los Angeles-on six different tracks. There are more than 60 different...
Sega 32X - Unreleased
Virtua Hamster is a unreleased Sega 32X game. The game was to star a variety of selectable rodents attached to rocket packs who could travel through a series of connected tubes, fighting each other and avoiding various obstacles. It was built solely with the 32X in mind, however after the console failed development moved to the Sega Saturn for a short while before being axed completely. It is also reported that Sega of Japan were not keen on use of the "Virtua" in the game's name, possibly so that the game was not associated with Sega AM2's Virtua Fighter and Virtua Racing. An alternate box...