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Neo Geo CD Special

Neo Geo CD Special

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - December 22, 1995

Neo・Geo CD Special (ネオジオCDスペシャル) is an omnibus game released on December 22, 1995. It was created to showcase the console's capabilities for curious consumers by letting them sample six titles. The game's interface is staged as a class with a polygon Athena Asamiya as the mascot/teacher and the sampled games are the "classes". She was voiced by Masae Yumi, which is her first role at SNK. Each game comes with brief directions for the characters or teams initially available for each demo. The disc also included information of other Neo Geo CD titles, a watch mode where a demo is set on auto...

Neo Geo Cup '98 Plus Color

Neo Geo Cup '98 Plus Color

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - April 15, 1999

NeoGeo Cup '98 Plus is a soccer game for the Neo Geo Pocket. The game features single match play, head-to-head play (using a link cable), and story mode. You can choose to play one of 16 international teams. Each team has their own collective stats. On the field you can perform passes, shots, dribbles, slidings and charges. In the story mode you have to win as many matches as possible in a series of tournaments. Before and during matches you can change the field formations and switch players. Each won match gives you prize money, this can be used to buy items for your team. These items usually...

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory

SNK Neo Geo AES - March 3, 1998

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory is a soccer video game based on the FIFA World Cup 1998, despite being released after the 1998 FIFA World Cup. It features 73 teams countries. Each team enters a "Regional Qualifying Round Final" where it plays a team it actually played in the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification. For example: Spain would face Yugoslavia, an opponent it actually faced in its qualifying group. Or Italy would face Russia, an opponent Italy faced in the UEFA play-offs. If the player wins the opponent, it goes to a group much like the real life World Cup. In fact, the team...

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory

Arcade - Released - March 3, 1998

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory is a soccer video game based on the FIFA World Cup 1998, despite being released after the 1998 FIFA World Cup. It features 73 teams countries. Each team enters a "Regional Qualifying Round Final" where it plays a team it actually played in the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification. For example: Spain would face Yugoslavia, an opponent it actually faced in its qualifying group. Or Italy would face Russia, an opponent Italy faced in the UEFA play-offs. If the player wins the opponent, it goes to a group much like the real life World Cup. In fact, the team...

3 Count Bout

Arcade - Released - April 23, 1993

3 Count Bout by SNK Corporation attempts to take you into the world of professional wrestling by giving you control of one of many different wrestlers as you fight both in the ring and in the seedy underworld in your quest to become an accomplished wrestling champion. Choose from one of ten different characters, each with his own strengths and weaknesses, and employ your wrestling moves using a combination of three buttons. There are also a number of hidden moves and combinations which can be unlocked for even greater variety in the gameplay. When you have your opponent on the mat, keep him...

3 Count Bout

3 Count Bout

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - April 23, 1993

3 Count Bout was produced by SNK in 1993. One-On-One wrestling action. Fight your opponent until he can't take any more, then pin him for the infamous three-count. 1, 2, 3 AND YOU'RE MEAT, PAL! The Power. The Pain. The Glory. Lock horns with 10 of the world's most rambunctious wrestlers ever! In the ring, on the street, use your wits, ability, and various tools at your disposal to pummel, pound, bite, scratch, kick, and gouge your way to survival and the world championship. Master your surroundings, develop new attacks, and press those buttons in matches so brutal and real you'll...

ACA NEOGEO Money Puzzle Exchanger

ACA NEOGEO Money Puzzle Exchanger

Nintendo Switch - Released - June 28, 2018

Those money idols you keep hearing about are coming to your town! "Money Puzzle Exchanger" is an action-puzzle game released by FACE in 1997. The definitive version of this non-stop fun money-exchanging action-puzzle game first made its debut on the Neo Geo. It offers three modes of play: VS COM, SOLO PLAY and 1P VS 2P! The "ACA NEOGEO" series has faithfully reproduced many classic NEOGEO masterpieces. Players can change various game settings such as game difficulty, and also reproduce the atmosphere of arcade display settings at that time. Players can also compete against each other...

ACA NEOGEO Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory

ACA NEOGEO Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory

Nintendo Switch - Released - November 29, 2018

Neo Geo Cup '98: The Road to the Victory is a 2D arcade football/soccer game, different than Neo Geo Cup'98 - here, the playing field is side-scrolling, not vertical-scrolling. A player can choose out of 73 national teams. The game is based on Super Sidekicks 3: The Next Glory, and reuses animation from this game. Gameplay is typical for the genre - the player controls all footballers in the team, and must win matches with rivals. Three buttons are used for shot+low pass/sliding, high pass/tackle and short pass/player change.

ADK World

ADK World

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - November 10, 1995

ADK World (ADK ワールド) is a fan disc with cameos from various ADK games, such as characters from World Heroes, Aggressors of Dark Kombat, Ninja Commando, and others. Similar to Neo Geo CD Special, the game is an omnibus game that features several types of mini games for its content. It was released on November 10, 1995 for the Neo Geo CD. The artwork in the game is either super-deformed or redrawn for people of all ages. Players explore various buildings in ADK Town and each has their own event.

Alpha Mission II

Alpha Mission II

Arcade - Released - 1991

Alpha Mission II (also known as ASO II: Last Guardian, its Japanese title) is a vertically scrolling full screen shoot 'em up released by SNK in 1991 for the Neo Geo arcade and home systems. It was later released for the Neo Geo CD in 1994 and for the PlayStation Portable in 2010. The player controls a fighter spacecraft (Armored Scrum Object) and can shoot enemies in the air, bomb enemies on the ground, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels.

Andro Dunos

Andro Dunos

SNK Neo Geo CD - Unreleased - 2012

Andro Dunos is a horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Visco in 1992 for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS. The player controls a futuristic fighter spacecraft with different weapon settings that you can switch between, and shoot enemies, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels.

Andro Dunos II

Andro Dunos II

Windows - Released - March 25, 2022

The sequel of the famous Shoot'em up from the Visco studio is back, 30 years after the first opus, released exclusively on Neo-Geo MVS and Neo-Geo AES in 1992 . It's time to bring out your good old battle ship in ANDRO DUNOS 2! Andro Dunos (アンドロデュノス, in Japanese) is a horizontal scrolling arcade game of the shoot 'em up (shmup) family. Features: – The direct sequel to one of the most famous shmup from 1990s : Andro Dunos! – An epic side-scrolling space journey awaits you in Andro Dunos 2! – Fight and explode hundred of spaceships thanks to various weapons such as laser, hawk... or...

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

Sega Genesis - Released - January 14, 1994

Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. This fighting game is a coin-op conversion of the Neo-Geo hit of the same name, and has all characters, stages, and moves featured in the arcade unit. Unlike the original arcade version, players can now play as Mr. Big and the elusive Mr. Karate. The gameplay differs from most fighting...

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

SNK Neo Geo CD - 1994

Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. This fighting game is a coin-op conversion of the Neo-Geo hit of the same name, and has all characters, stages, and moves featured in the arcade unit. Unlike the original arcade version, players can now play as Mr. Big and the elusive Mr. Karate. The gameplay differs from most fighting games. In...

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - September 24, 1992

Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. This fighting game is a coin-op conversion of the Neo-Geo hit of the same name, and has all characters, stages, and moves featured in the arcade unit. Unlike the original arcade version, players can now play as Mr. Big and the elusive Mr. Karate. The gameplay differs from most fighting...

Bakatonosama Mahjong Manyuuki

Bakatonosama Mahjong Manyuuki

Arcade - Released - 1991

Bakatonosama Mahjong Manyuuki is a Miscellaneous game, published by Monolith (Japan), which was released in Japan in 1991. Early Neo-Geo mahjong game with a somewhat comical medieval Japanese setting.

Bakatonosama Mahjong Manyuuki

Bakatonosama Mahjong Manyuuki

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - December 20, 1991

Bakatonosama Mahjan Manyuuki (loosely translated to Foolish Feudal Lord's Mahjong Journey) is a comedic riichi mahjong (two-player variant) game developed and released by Monolith for arcades (running Neo-Geo MVS hardware) and the Neo Geo AES (both exclusively in Japan) on December 20, 1991.The second (and last) arcade game released by Monolith (after Minasan no Okagesamadesu! - Daisugorokutaikai), Mahjan Manyuuki is another licensed mahjong game based on a Japanese variety show (Shimura Ken no Bakatonosama).Like other mahjong games released for Neo Geo hardware, it's not an erotic "strip...

Bakumatsu Roman: Gekka no Kenshi

Bakumatsu Roman: Gekka no Kenshi

Sony Playstation - Released - February 25, 1999

The Last Blade (Bakumatsu Roman - Gekka no Kenshin), is a fighting game series created by SNK for the Neo Geo system. The Korean version of the game is known as "The Last Soldier". The Last Blade and its sequel are widely considered to be two of the most accomplished games available for the Neo Geo system, with fan opinion divided as to which is the better installment. The game takes place during the late Tokugawa shogunate era in Japan, and incorporates various elements of Japanese mythology (with a heavy emphasis on the symbology of the Four Symbols). As such, the background music...

Bang Bead

Bang Bead

SNK Neo Geo MVS - Released - January 1, 2000

Bang Bead, known in Japan as Bang Beads (バンビーズ?), is a ball-and-paddle game developed and published by Visco exclusively for the arcade cabinet known as the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware. Bang Bead was one of two Visco-developed games being considered for release in 2000, alongside Bang² Busters. Ultimately only Bang Bead saw a release, which was very limited and exclusively distributed in Europe. This release was so scarce that, when it first surfaced, it was rumoured to be a leaked prototype and not an official release; this rumour was dispelled once full kits began to surface, but to this day...

Bang Bead

Bang Bead

Arcade - Released - 2000

Bang Bead is a pong-esq arcade game released in 2000 by Visco Corp. It was released for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware chip set. It is the sequel to 1998's Battle Flip Shot. Two of nine characters square off in a back and forth 2D tennis match. The speed and arc of the Bead was affected by reaction time from throw to catch and motions of the joystick, with quarter circle movements. The first character to lose all of their stars on their side of the screen loses.

Baseball Stars 2

Baseball Stars 2

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - April 28, 1992

Baseball Stars 2 is a 2-player baseball arcade game released by SNK in 1992 for the Neo-Geo console. A less cartoony console version was released for the NES by Romstar the same year.

Battle Flip Shot

Battle Flip Shot

Arcade - January 1, 1998

Battle Flip Shot (sometimes also referred to simply as Flip Shot) is a 1998 ball-and-paddle game developed and published by Visco exclusively for the arcade cabinet known as the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware. It combines the genres of the Magnavox Odyssey Tennis game, Atari's Pong and Breakout arcades, and Nintendo's Spitball Sparky of the Game & Watch series. In 2001, Visco created and released Bang Bead, the follow-up to Battle Flip Shot.

Beast Busters

Beast Busters

Arcade - January 1, 1989

Beast Busters is a rail shooter arcade game released by SNK in 1989 and ported to the Commodore Amiga and the Atari ST in 1990. This was the final arcade game released by SNK prior to the Neo Geo.

Bikkuriman 2000 Viva! Festival!

Bikkuriman 2000 Viva! Festival!

Sega Dreamcast - Released - May 2, 2000

Bikkuriman 2000 Viva! Festival! (ビックリマン2000 ビバ!フェスチバァ!) is a Sega Dreamcast game. It can connect to Bikkuriman 2000 Viva! Pocket Festival for the Neo Geo Pocket Color.

Bikkuriman 2000: Viva! Pocket Festival!

Bikkuriman 2000: Viva! Pocket Festival!

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 16, 2000

A tie-in game for the Bikkuriman 2000 anime in Japan. The game's Neo Geo Pocket Color version could link to Dreamcast version.

Breakers

Breakers

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - April 25, 1997

Breakers (ブレイカーズ) is a competitive fighting game developed by Visco, which was released for the Neo Geo coin-operated platform on December 17, 1996. Home versions were released for the Neo Geo cartridge console on March 21, 1997, and for the Neo Geo CD on April 25, 1997.

Burning Fight

Burning Fight

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1991

Burning Fight is a beat 'em up arcade game released by SNK in 1991 for the Neo Geo MVS system. Introduced to capture a share in the then-popular beat-'em-ups market, it was meant to compete with Technōs' Double Dragon, the leader of the genre at the time. Three years after its release in the arcades and on the Neo Geo AES, it was released on Neo Geo CD as the only other home version.

Bust-A-Move Pocket

Bust-A-Move Pocket

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 26, 1999

Bust-A-Move Pocket is an installment in the long-running puzzle series exclusive to the Neo Geo Pocket Color. It offers a selection of modes and levels seen in earlier entries. The game includes three different game modes. Puzzle mode consists of 99 puzzles, taken from various earlier entries in the series for a "best of". The first ten levels can be selected from the start, and the best clearing times are saved per level. VS mode is the competitive variant of the game, played in best-of-three matches either against one of several different CPU opponents (with different strategies) or...

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 13, 2001

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001, known in Japan as Capcom vs. SNK 2: Millionaire Fighting 2001 (カプコン バーサス エス・エヌ・ケイ 2 ミリオネア ファイティング 2001 Kapukon bāsasu Esu-enu-kei Tsū: Mirionea Faitingu Tsū Sausando Wan?), is the sequel to the fighting game Capcom vs. SNK. It was originally released on NAOMI hardware in arcades. As in the original, players select a team of fighters from various Capcom and SNK games then fight other teams, winning each battle by defeating all the opponents from the other team. Aspects of the first game were tweaked, including the Ratio system. In contrast to...

Choutetsu Brikin'ger: Iron clad

Choutetsu Brikin'ger: Iron clad

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 20, 1996

Ironclad (known in Japan as Chōtetsu Brikinger) is a shoot 'em up video game developed by Saurus for the Neo Geo CD video game console. It was never officially released in North America, but if the game is put on a North American system, the game will be playable in English and display the "Ironclad" title screen.

Choutetsu Brikin'ger: Iron clad

Choutetsu Brikin'ger: Iron clad

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1996

Ironclad (known in Japan as Chōtetsu Brikinger) is a shoot 'em up video game developed by Saurus for the Neo Geo CD video game console. It was never officially released in North America, but if the game is put on a North American system, the game will be playable in English and display the "Ironclad" title screen.

Cool Cool Jam

Cool Cool Jam

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - August 10, 2000

Cool Cool Jam is a rhythm video game which appeared on the Neo Geo Pocket Color in 2000. Cool Cool Jam is comparable in gameplay to other rhythm games such as: PaRappa the Rapper, Donkey Konga or Beatmania. The storyline involves a boy and a girl who are transported 1,000 years into the future. To return home they must form a successful and popular music band. The game can be played by one or two players. In two player mode the game plays like a duet; the players take it in turn to play tune and receive a message after completion. The game also features a single player storymode which...

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Sega System 16

Created by a small company named Success and marketed in the arcades by Sega, Cotton is a cutesy shoot-em-up featuring an adorable little witch. The early entries are fairly standard side-scrolling shoot-em-ups, and mostly rely on the adorable pink-haired main character, who rides a broom, who attacks with magic spells and has one of the most hilarious death screams in all of video gaming. The original game saw a release in America for the arcades, TurboGrafx-16 Super CD and Neo Geo Pocket Color, but the rest stayed in Japan.

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Arcade - Released - 1991

Created by a small company named Success and marketed in the arcades by Sega, Cotton is a cutesy shoot-em-up featuring an adorable little witch. The early entries are fairly standard side-scrolling shoot-em-ups, and mostly rely on the adorable pink-haired main character, who rides a broom, who attacks with magic spells and has one of the most hilarious death screams in all of video gaming. The original game saw a release in America for the arcades, TurboGrafx-16 Super CD and Neo Geo Pocket Color, but the rest stayed in Japan.

Crossed Swords

Crossed Swords

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - October 31, 1994

Crossed Swords is a hack & slash action RPG arcade game developed by Alpha Denshi and published by SNK. It was released for the Neo Geo arcade system in July 1991 and later on Neo Geo console in October of the same year. Its gameplay was similar to SNK's earlier 1990 first-person shooter and beat 'em up game, The Super Spy, but with role-playing game elements and hack & slash combat instead of shooting and fist-fighting. The game allowed cooperative gameplay with up to two players on the same screen. As only the player characters' silhouettes are visible on screen as wire-frame models, much...

Crossed Swords II

Crossed Swords II

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - April 22, 2015

Limited conversion of Original NeoGeoCd Game provided by razoola and neobitz.com. A pseudo first-person game similar to games like Dynamite Duke (Genesis), Punisher (NES), and of course Cross Swords 1 (Neo-Geo). You view your person from the back and enemies come from the background into the foreground where you attack them.The first addition is a cast of three characters to choose from (in contrast to the one character of the first game). You get choice of a knight, a female warrior with a dagger, and a ninja.

Crossed Swords II

Crossed Swords II

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - May 2, 1995

Crossed Swords II is a hack and slash action role-playing video game developed and published by ADK exclusively for the Neo Geo CD in Japan on May 2, 1995. The sequel to the original Crossed Swords, It is one of the few exclusive titles to be released for the console, as it was never officially released for either Neo Geo MVS (arcade) and Neo Geo AES (home) platforms. Taking place several decades after the events of the original game, the story follows a crew of three adventurers on a journey across the kingdom of Belkana to slay the returning demon warlord Nausizz, whose castle rises from...

Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2003 Super Plus

Arcade - ROM Hack - March 4, 2003

An SNK Neo-Geo MVS cart. This game is a hack of "The King of Fighters 2001". This is almost the same as CTHD2003 except the bosses can be selected.

Crush Roller

Crush Roller

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - April 15, 1999

Crush Roller is a game for the Neo Geo Pocket Color based on the 1981 arcade game Make Trax, which was released as Crush Roller in Europe and Asia. The object of the game is to color the entire maze-like playing field with a paint brush. While you paint, two enemies walk around in the maze, when they hit you, you lose a life. A level has rollers which you can push forward with your paint brush. If you capture an enemy in the path of the roller he dies and is temporarily taken out of the game. This scores you extra points. Each subsequent enemy rolled over is worth more points. Every...

Cyber-Lip

Cyber-Lip

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - July 1, 1991

Cyber-Lip is a horizontally scrolling, side-view platformer shoot 'em up (this combination is sometimes referred to as "run and gun") arcade game released by SNK in 1990 for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS. The player(s) control(s) Rick and/or Brook, two human veteran soldiers, who are sent by an unspecified "federal government" into combat on a last-ditch attempt to save Earth from a malfunctioning military supercomputer in charge of all military androids. Gameplay consists of battling through large amounts of enemies, collecting power-ups and defeating several end-of-stage bosses. This makes it...

Cyber-Lip

Cyber-Lip

SNK Neo Geo CD - April 21, 1995

Cyber-Lip is a horizontally scrolling, side-view platformer shoot 'em up (this combination is sometimes referred to as "run and gun") arcade game released by SNK in 1990 for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS. Players control Rick and/or Brook, two human veteran soldiers, who are sent by an unspecified "federal government" into combat on a last-ditch attempt to save Earth from a malfunctioning military supercomputer in charge of all military androids. Gameplay consists of battling through large amounts of enemies, collecting power-ups and defeating several end-of-stage bosses. This makes it comparable to the...

Densha de Go! 2

Densha de Go! 2

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - October 21, 1999

A train simulator. On the Neo Geo Pocket Color. Actually, a port of an arcade train sim with a dedicated train-like controller. On the Neo-Geo-Pocket Color... Recipe for disaster right? Wrong!

Digger Man

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed

This unique game first surfaced back in 1999. It holds the honor of being the first RELEASED homebrew game for the Neo-Geo system. It is CLEARLY a clone of the game Boulder Dash released back in 1984 by First Star Software. Boulder Dash was released on several game & computer systems, and was well received. The games main objective is to collect all the gems hidden throughout the playfield while avoiding obstacles and enemies. The Neo-Geo version also steals many sprites & sounds from Face's Gururin (an officially released game in 1994), hence why rumors abounded in the beginning that it might...

Double Dragon

Double Dragon

Sony Playstation - Released - April 26, 1996

Double Dragon 6-1 is a 1995 fighting game spinoff of the Double Dragon series developed and published by Technos Japan. It is based on the 1994 Double Dragon movie, which in turn was based on the original arcade game. It was originally released for the Neo Geo (in AES and MVS formats) and later released for the Neo Geo CD and PlayStation (the latter ported by Urban Plant). It was Technos Japan's last Double Dragon game before the company went out of business. The game plays like a conventional fighting game of its time, that is battles are one-on-one and conducted on best two-out-of-three...

Double Dragon (Neo-Geo)

Double Dragon (Neo-Geo)

Arcade - Released - March 3, 1995

Double Dragon for the Neo-Geo is the only Double Dragon game Technos Japan made since Super Double Dragon. This was also Technos' first game for the Neo-Geo. Instead of a side-scrolling fighting game like the original, this one is a one-on-one fighting game that's loosely based on 1994's Double Dragon film. However, it does borrow elements and characters from the first four Double Dragon games (I, II, III and Super).

Dynamite Slugger

Dynamite Slugger

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - May 25, 2000

A baseball game for the Neo Geo Pocket Color, similar to games such as Baseball Stars.

Faselei!

Faselei!

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - December 22, 1999

Faselei! is one of the last titles to be released for the Neo Geo Pocket Color and even features digitised lyrics to the game's main theme. Heavily story driven, this strategy RPG takes place in a time when mechs known as TS are the weapon of choice for combat. Gameplay revolves around the battles and customising your TS between those battles. Battles are part turn based and part real-time. The player inputs their actions at the beginning of the turn. The amount of actions they can input is dependant on their type of TS. Once they have finished their selection everything is played out in...

Fast Striker

Fast Striker

Sega Dreamcast - Unlicensed - December 28, 2010

2D arcade shooting game with emphasis on scoring originally developed for NEO·GEO. The game lets the player choose between 3 game modes with different scoring systems. Novice Mode for beginners, Original Mode for classic Shoot’ em Up players and Maniac for very experienced players. It features six stages of excellent 2D arcade game play with over 40 unique enemy types, super smooth 3D scrolling backgrounds, huge CGI bosses and it features the biggest megabit count ever since the beginning of NEO·GEO games.

Fast Striker

Fast Striker

SNK Neo Geo AES - Homebrew - September 1, 2010

2D arcade shooting game with emphasis on scoring originally developed for NEO·GEO. The game lets the player choose between 3 game modes with different scoring systems. Novice Mode for beginners, Original Mode for classic Shoot’ em Up players and Maniac for very experienced players. It features six stages of excellent 2D arcade game play with over 40 unique enemy types, super smooth 3D scrolling backgrounds, huge CGI bosses and it features the biggest megabit count ever since the beginning of NEO·GEO games.

Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Fatal Fury 2 is a 1992 fighting video game released by SNK for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms, and later ported to several other home systems. It is a sequel to Fatal Fury: King of Fighters and the second game in the Fatal Fury franchise. The player can choose one from eight playable characters: Terry Bogard, Andy Bogard, Joe Higashi, Big Bear, Jubei Yamada, Cheng Sinzan, Kim Kaphwan, and Mai Shiranui. The game has four bosses. The combat system is more complex than in the first game, supporting four keys to attack. The two-plane (foreground and background) battle system has been...

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - December 27, 1995

Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory is a head-to-head fighting game released by SNK for the Neo-Geo arcade and home platforms. It is the fourth game in the Fatal Fury series after Fatal Fury Special. Fatal Fury 3 retains the format and controls of the previous game in the series, Fatal Fury Special. However, the two-plane battle stages have been revamped into a three-plane format known as the Oversway System. The player fights primarily in the middle plane or the main plane, but can move or "oversway" into either of the sway lines at the background (LP+LK) or foreground (LK+HP). When...

Fatal Fury Final

Fatal Fury Final

Windows - Unlicensed - February 8, 2015

Fatal Fury is a well-known fighting saga that features 1v1 combat, developed by SNK, and born as competition for Street Fighter II in the beginning of the 90s. With the years, their games have become a classic in the genre, and to the day they are still featured in collections and new editions. This fan game is an adaptation of the first title for Neo Geo, launched in 1991, and transported into a new genre, that of beat'em up games. The game can be seen as a remake of the first version, including original graphics and sound, but extended to offer different game modes. The story mode lets...

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 25, 1994

Fatal Fury Special (餓狼伝説SPECIAL Garō Densetsu Special, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf Special") is a 1993 head-to-head fighting game produced by SNK originally released for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. It is an updated version of Fatal Fury 2, introducing several changes to the gameplay system while expanding the available character roster.

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Fatal Fury Special is a 1993 fighting game developed and published by SNK and originally released for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. It is an updated version of 1992's Fatal Fury 2, introducing several changes to the gameplay system while expanding the available character roster.

Frisbee Fox

Commodore Amiga - Homebrew - 1995

A self published frisbee game from Gianluca Troiano aka The Fox. FRISBEE FOX was based on Data East's 1994 Neo Geo arcade game WINDJAMMERS.

Fu'un Super Combo

Fu'un Super Combo

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 21, 2007

Fu'un Super Combo (風雲 SUPER COMBO?) is a fighting game compilation released by SNK Playmore initially in Japan on June 21, 2007 containing the two games from the Fu'un series: Savage Reign and Kizuna Encounter. Both games use the Neo Geo and Neo Geo CD versions of the games. Has been released internationally in 2016 as part of “PS2 Games” initiative on PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 4. It's the eighth game in Neo Geo Online Collection in Japan.

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Nintendo Game Boy Color

Garou: Mark of the Wolves is a loose adaptation of the Neo-Geo game with the same name for Game Boy Color, created by BBD at an unknown date. Eight characters are playable in this game, with half of the roster being available in the actual MotW, while the rest has their spotlight only in older Fatal Fury games. The Garou cast consists of Rock Howard, Terry Bogard (in his new outfit), Kim Dong Hwan and Kim Jae Hoon. All these characters have been drawn 'from scratch', being maximally accurate to the style of actual Neo-Geo Pocket Color fighting games style, with the only exception being Kim...

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Garou: Mark of the Wolves

Sony Playstation 4 - Released - 2016

Garou: Mark of the Wolves is a 1999 fighting game produced by SNK, originally for the Neo Geo system and then as Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves for the Dreamcast. It is the ninth and final installment of the Fatal Fury series.

Infinity Cure

Infinity Cure

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - November 23, 2000

A port of the visual novel "Infinity" for the Neo-Geo Pocket Color

King of the Monsters 2

King of the Monsters 2

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

King of the Monsters 2 on the Sega Genesis is a slightly different game than the original Neo Geo version. While the original let you play one of three different monsters to go through side-scrolling beat'em-up stages and fight (non-playable) monster as boss enemies, the Genesis version was re-worked into a one-on-one fighter similar to the first King of the Monsters game. Apart from Farmardy, all characters from the Neo Geo version are playable. To win, the player must defeat all other monsters and a clone of the played monster in a fight. The matches take place in areas built from the...

Koi Koi Mahjong

Koi Koi Mahjong

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 9, 2000

A mahjong game released by Visco for the Neo Geo Pocket Color in 2000.

Last Hope

Last Hope

SNK Neo Geo CD - Homebrew - 2007

Last Hope is a single-player side-scrolling shoot 'em up video game for the Neo Geo AES, Neo Geo CD, and Dreamcast systems. It was developed by German indie developer NG:Dev.Team in 2006. While the Neo Geo version was self-published, the Dreamcast version was released by redspotgames in January 2007, as an unlicensed title. In 2009 the Dreamcast version received a reprint in the form of a director's cut called Last Hope Pink Bullets. This edition features improved on screen visibility in comparison to its 1st print due to pink bullets etc. That and various other features make the game easier...

Last Hope

Last Hope

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - July 10, 2006

Last Hope is a single-player side-scrolling shoot 'em up video game for the Neo Geo AES, Neo Geo CD, and Dreamcast systems. It was developed by German indie developer NG:Dev.Team in 2006. While the Neo Geo version was self-published, the Dreamcast version was released by redspotgames in January 2007, as an unlicensed title. In 2009 The Dreamcast version received a reprint in the form of a director's cut called Last Hope Pink Bullets. This edition features improved on screen visibility in comparison to its 1st print due to pink bullets etc. That and various other features make the game easier...

Last Resort

Last Resort

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

Last Resort is an arcade shoot 'em up video game by SNK released in 1992. It was also released for the Neo-Geo and Neo Geo CD systems, as well as SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 for the PS2, PSP, and Wii. Its gameplay was heavily inspired by R-Type and its system of pod attached to the player's ship.

League Bowling

League Bowling

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - September 9, 1994

League Bowling is an arcade game released in 1991 by SNK for the Neo Geo console and arcade systems. The game was unique in that it was the first arcade to put emphasis on bowling. The players controls characters with red and blue hair and can select balls from 8 to 15 pounds.

League Bowling

League Bowling

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - July 1, 1991

League Bowling is an arcade game released in 1991 by SNK for the Neo Geo console and arcade systems. The game was unique in that it was the first arcade to put emphasis on bowling. The players control characters with red and blue hair and can selected balls from 9 to 16 pounds.

Magical Drop

Magical Drop

Sony Playstation - Released - January 13, 1996

Magical Drop is a series of puzzle games, primarily for the Neo-Geo and Super Famicom, developed by Data East. In 1995, Data East released a coin operated version of this game, called Chain Reaction. The latest major game in the series, Magical Drop III, was released in 1997. The games are notable for being extremely fast-paced. Magical Drop is played in a Tetris-style box; a "stack" of random colored bubbles descend from the top, and a player is defeated when a bubble hits the bottom. Bubbles can be picked up and dropped by the player's "clown" at the bottom, and are destroyed when three...

Magical Drop

Magical Drop

Arcade - Released - 1995

Magical Drop, is a series of puzzle games first released in the arcade, and later primarily for several platforms such as the Neo Geo Arcade, Super Famicom, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Bandai WonderSwan, GBC and the Neo Geo Pocket Color; most of which were published by Data East. The game received an updated version named Magical Drop Plus 1!. Which adds a Solo Play mode that challenges players to obtain a high score without having to battle an AI opponent. Magical Drop Plus 1! was released in English as Chain Reaction.

Magical Drop

Magical Drop

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 20, 1995

Magical Drop sometimes referred to by native Japanese users as MagiDro , is a series of puzzle games originally released in the arcade, and later primarily released for several platforms such as the Neo Geo, Super Famicom, Sega Saturn and Neo Geo Pocket Color developed by Data East. The games are notable for being extremely fast-paced.

Magical Drop 2

Magical Drop 2

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - 1996

The second game in the series moved from Data East's proprietary arcade hardware to SNK's Neo Geo. It first released in 1996. In addition to the cast of the first Magical Drop, Magical Drop II introduces Justice, as well as antagonists Strength, Empress, and Black Pierrot. One notable gameplay change is that normal bubbles and "special" bubbles can now be matched together, unlike the first game where they were considered completely separate. The "Solo Play" mode, now known as Puzzle Mode, is also changed to add more rows to the player's playfield. Finally, the Japanese version of Magical Drop...

Magical Drop F: Daibouken Mo Rakujyanai!

Magical Drop F: Daibouken Mo Rakujyanai!

Sony Playstation - Released - October 21, 1999

Magical Drop is a series of puzzle games, primarily for the Neo Geo and Super Famicom, developed by Data East. In 1995, Data East released a coin operated version of this game, called Chain Reaction (known in Japan as Magical Drop). Despite using the English title of the game, Data East USA gave the official English names of its successors the same names as their Japanese counterparts. The games are notable for being extremely fast-paced. After Data East filed for bankruptcy and became defunct in 2003, G-mode bought and currently owns the intellectual rights to the Magical Drop franchise...

Magical Drop III: Toretate Zoukangou!

Magical Drop III: Toretate Zoukangou!

Sega Saturn - Released - June 20, 1997

Magical Drop III is the third installment of the Magical Drop Series is released in 1997. The gameplay is similar to the original Magical Drop, but in this version 7 new characters are introduced while the other half are unlockable, a Story Mode which works similar to a board game and a new game mode called Challenge Mode. Magical Drop III was released on the Neo Geo, PlayStation, Zeebo, GameTap, Game Boy Color, Sega Saturn and Nintendo Wii's Virtual Console. G-mode currently obtains the intellectual rights to Magical Drop III. Magical Drop III is also availabe on the Nintendo Wii video game,...

Magical Drop Pocket

Magical Drop Pocket

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - June 24, 1999

A Magical Drop game for the Neo Geo Pocket. It features characters from Magical Drop 3, but with different patterns and new storylines.

Magician Lord

Magician Lord

SNK Neo Geo AES - July 2, 1991

Magician Lord puts you in charge of Elta, a wizard who has the task of collecting eight books of wisdom from the clutches of Az Atorse, the god of destruction. By collecting the right power-ups along the way, you can transform into different characters, including the Rajin, Samurai, Waterman, Shinobi, Poseidon, and Dragon Warrior. Each character has different abilities. There are eight areas in the game, and each stage ends with you trying to defeat both a guardian and the end-of-area boss (which are basically Atorse's incarnations). One of the first games that demonstrated the graphical...

Magician Lord

Magician Lord

Arcade - 1990

Magician Lord (マジシャンロード Majishan Roodo?), is a side-scrolling platform game developed by ADK that was released on April 26, 1990. It was a launch title for both the Neo-Geo MVS (arcade) and AES (home) systems, and was one of the pack-in games for the Neo-Geo AES. The game was re-released through the Virtual Console download service in Europe and Australia on October 26, 2007, and in North America on October 29, 2007. It was later released for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable through the PlayStation Store. It was previously included in SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1, released for the Wii,...

Magician Lord

Magician Lord

SNK Neo Geo CD - October 31, 1994

Magician Lord (マジシャンロード, Majishan Roodo), is a side-scrolling platform game developed by Alpha Denshi that was released on April 26, 1990. It was a launch title for both the Neo-Geo MVS (arcade) and AES (home) systems, and was one of the pack-in games for the Neo-Geo AES. The game was re-released through the Virtual Console download service in Europe and Australia on October 26, 2007, and in North America on October 29, 2007. It was later released for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable through the PlayStation Store. It was previously included in SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1, released for...

Metal Slug

Metal Slug

Sony PSP - Released - December 21, 2010

Metal Slug is a run and gun video game developed and originally released by Nazca Corporation and later published by SNK. It was originally released in 1996 for the Neo Geo MVS arcade platform. The game is widely known for its sense of humor, fluid hand-drawn animation, and fast-paced two-player action. The player(s) must shoot constantly at a continual stream of enemies in order to reach the end of each level. At this point, the player confronts a boss, who is usually considerably larger and tougher than regular enemies. On the way through each level, the player can find numerous weapon...

Metal Slug

Metal Slug

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - July 5, 1996

The awesome combat-shooting game is now out on CD-ROM in a super powered-up version! Along with the Arcade Mission (Arcade version), compete for the best clear time and longest achieved distance in the newly added Combat School Mode. The NEO GEO CD version of Metal Slug. It will blow you away! Charge! Metal Slug is a 1996 run and gun arcade video game originally developed by Nazca Corporation and released by SNK for the Neo Geo MVS. It is the first installment in the eponymous series. Set in 2028, players assume the role of Peregrine Falcon Strike Force soldiers Marco Rossi and Tarma Roving...

Metal Slug

Metal Slug

Sega Saturn - Released - April 4, 1997

Metal Slug, originally released on the Neo Geo, is a side-scrolling shoot'em'up. The player(s) takes the role of a soldier (or two) and fights a gigantic army. Every level consists of running forward blasting anything that moves, while collecting power-ups along the way (there's also a wide selection of weaponry in the game). In the end of each level the player goes up against one gigantic boss.

Metal Slug 2

Metal Slug 2

Sony PSP - Released - November 10, 2011

As Marco, Eri, Tarma, or Fio, you must defeat the evil General Morden and his henchman. Metal Slug 2 is a run and gun video game developed by SNK. It was originally released in 1998 for the Neo-Geo MVS arcade platform as the sequel to the 1996 game Metal Slug. The game added several new features to the gameplay such as new weapons, vehicles and the ability to transform the character.

Super Dodge Ball: Neo Geo

Super Dodge Ball: Neo Geo

Arcade - Released - 1996

A sequel to the original Super Dodge Ball and features characters from Technōs Japan's Kunio-kun series. It was also the final game developed by Technōs before the company went out of business. While the game was never officially distributed in Japan, since only a Western version was produced, the game's language will be set to Japanese when played on a Japanese Neo-Geo motherboard.

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