12 results were found when searching the database for "Cakewalk".
Atari 2600 - Released - 1983
You must catch pastries from six conveyor belts before they fall on the floor. Each pastry caught is boxed and put behind you. Sometimes, a knife and fork come down the conveyor belt. If you are hit by the utensils or miss a pastry, the janitor has to clean it up. If he has to clean up too many times, he gets upset and storms out and game over. You can push the button to stop a conveyor belt for about four seconds but if you stop a second one, the first belt starts right back up. On games with belt speed up, you can push right on the joystick to speed up the belt you are in front of. At...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 28, 1987
Castlevania was a cakewalk compared to this bloody curse. You thought you had the Prince of Darkness defanged - eh, Simon Belmont? Well think again, 'cause according to a damsel in distress, evil Count Dracula has left a horrifying curse in his wake. And the only hope you have of ending the terror is to destroy his missing body parts! Talk about your frightening quest, searching a maze of mansions, graveyards and dark, eerie forests - each guarded by man-eating werewolves, fire-throwing zombies and other devilish demons. Your grim chances are kept alive in Transylvania, where cowardly...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 30, 1992
Commandos Burn, Smith, Beans and Iron are a special forces team who have seen more than their fair share of action. Neo City is their post, now that a terrorist group known as D.N.M.E. is bombarding its citizens with a typhoon of a crime wave. The C-Force has been asked to stop them, no matter what. Take command solo or team up with a comrade in 2-player mode. Even if you go it alone, you can call on a backup soldier for spot support. Tap into your special forces training to devise unique battle plans and attack patterns, select weapons, and decide which soldier's individual strengths are best...
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - September 4, 2018
Many have tried and failed... It seemed that the war against these things would be a cakewalk, but this is taking more than expected - humanity needs you! You're our hero! FullBlast is a fast-paced action game. Go and save the Earth through levels full of aliens. -Power ups and power downs - watch out what you pick! -Heavy Metal soundtrack -Achievements and leaderboards -Two Players -Off-TV play
Nintendo Wii U - Released - August 27, 2015
You're our hero, Kill them! Many have tried and lost their lives ... it seemed that the war against these horrible things would be a cakewalk, but this is taking more than expected, humanity needs you! You're our hero, Kill them! Fullblast is a fast paced action game, go and save the earth through an amazing level full of aliens. Fantastic and gorgeous 3D graphics. Power ups and power downs!!, watch out what you pick. Heavy metal sound track.
Web Browser - Released - 2002
Garfield the epicurean cat has been sent to a haunted house in order to collect seven sugary desserts, primarily donuts, presented by sponsor Perfection Pastries. Complicating this cakewalk is a series of spooks and creeps hiding around the grounds; Garfield needs to poke around suspicious nooks and crannies (moving with arrow keys or clicking on a direction pad and on screen hotspots) in order to uncover eight helpful objects (like keys and flashlights) he requires in order to retrieve all the baked goods... unfortunately many of them are as likely to contain a good scare as a handy...
MS-DOS - Released - 1985
Ping Pong is a fun ping pong (more formally known as table tennis) game from Konami, released for the MSX computer in 1985 as well as for Commodore 64, Spectrum, and other 8-bit computers. A faithful translation of Konami?s arcade game of the same name, Ping Pong allows you to play a match against another human player or a computer player. The game abides to all the rules and regulations of table tennis, although some rules are abbreviated from the actual ping pong rules, probably to make the game more snappy. For example, instead of the 21-points rule in the real table tennis, in this...
Sony Playstation - Released - August 10, 1999
The story of R-Type Delta throws players into the year 2163, a time of utter chaos. After suffering massive damage, the Bydo Empire has resurfaced with new plans to destroy Earth. By using the destructive newly infected Mortiz-G as a doomsday weapon, the evil empire is threatening to destroy all of the planet's major cities and eventually the human race. Naturally, it is up to you to save the planet by commandeering one of three different R-Type warships! The R9a Delta features a devastating energy dispersing wave cannon with a special nuclear fusion weapon and a quad-force (force powers...
Windows - 2003
In this game - based on a character originally created for American Greetings in 1977 - Strawberry Shortcake and her friends are having a tea party at her house when someone suggests that the only thing that could make her party better is...cookies! Strawberry, accompanied by her talking cat Custard, makes her way to Cookie Corners and the Cookie machine, where she learns she needs to collect ingredients before making cookies. From Cookie Corners there are three locations where the player can perform tasks or activities in order to earn and collect ingredients; clicking on each of the arrows...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 20, 1996
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES? The bad boys from the Street Fighter series are back for more fisticuffs of fury! Eighteen different combatants, some old and some new, are here to lay claim to the title "World's Best". Screamin' moves like Ken's Dragon Punch, Adon's Jaguar Tooth and M. Bison's Somersault Skull Driver will blow you away! Play alone or pummel a friend in two-player simultaneous action. This ain't no cakewalk. This ain't no cakewalk. This is Street Fighter Alpha 2 and it's blazing on your Super NES!
Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1997
Street Fighter Zero 2 '97 is a pirated port of Street Fighter Zero (known as Street Fighter Alpha in Western territories) made by Hummer Team and published by NT in 1997. The bad boys from the Street Fighter series are back for more fisticuffs of fury! Eighteen different combatants, some old and some new, are here to lay claim to the title "World's Best." Screamin' moves like Ken's Dragon Punch, Adon's Jaguar Tooth and M. Bison's Somersault Skull Driver will blow you away! Play alone or pummel a friend in two-player simultaneous action. This ain't no cakewalk.
Sony PSP - Released - May 1, 2009
X-Men Origins: Wolverine will give you new insight into how much damage indestructible, razor-sharp claws can do to a human body. This is a game that revels in gore, with decapitations, eviscerations, and mutilations drenching the screen in blood. It may be derivative, a cakewalk, and at times buggy, but the sheer visceral impact of the over-the-top violence in X-Men Origins is enough to make it a fun action game, as well as one of the better movie tie-ins released recently.