Nintendo Switch - Released - March 3, 2017
1-2-Switch is a party game in which players do not usually rely on what is happening on a screen, but rather make use of audio cues and the functionality of the Switch's Joy-Con controllers to play in several different games. It features 28 different minigames, most of which involve two players, who each use one of the Joy-Con controllers and are often encouraged to look at each other during gameplay. Aside from tutorial videos for each game, players mostly rely solely on audio cues and feedback from the Joy-Con's rumble feature to indicate how well they are playing each game
Sega Dreamcast - Unlicensed - August 17, 2012
2D House of Terror by 2D Retroperspectives is a party game inspired by old horror movies like those of the renowned british Hammer Films and combines the concept of hits (e.g. Nintendo's Mario Party), with typical themes of the genre. If you wish to enjoy a screamfull evening with lots of fun, this is for you! Battle your friends with mindblasting scores in random mode or test your strength whilst watching the compelling narrative background in story mode. Young Billy O'Tale did not expect his great-uncle to die, nor did he expect to be Willsworth's one and only heir. He never assumed he'd...
Nintendo Wii - Released - March 31, 2009
Rattle to rack up points in crazy mini-games! Battle your friends to see who’s the best rattler! 3-2-1, Rattle Battle! is a party game packed with exciting mini-games. Intuitive controls mean that anyone can enjoy playing - just grab the Wii Remote and shake it to “rattle”. Great fun for single players, but the party really gets started when you register high scores on Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection to see how you measure up against players from around the globe! Mini-Games: Rattle In Time: Use split-second timing to rattle at exactly the right moment! Rattle Reflex: Test your...
Nintendo Wii - Released - September 9, 2008
Jump into the fun with Active Life Outdoor Challenge. The first of many planned titles in the new Active Life series, Outdoor Challenge offers a variety of fast-paced, heart-pumping games that will engage your whole body for a fun and challenging experience. 'Active Life Outdoor Challenge' game logo Using the specially-designed eight pad Active Life mat and the Wii Remote, players get totally physical as they compete in over a dozen single and multi-player challenges like river rafting, mine-cart adventure, log jumping, and more. Simple controls and intuitive actions make these games easy...
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 25, 2011
Active Life: Magical Carnival is a multiplayer, family-friendly Action-Party game that allows families and friends to visit an amazing and active theme park without leaving home. The game is a part of the popular Active Life franchise exclusively for play on Wii and utilizes the Active Life mat controller (not included). Designed for multiplayer fun, Active Life: Magical Carnival supports up to 10 players in cooperative and competitive play. Additional features include: dozens of themed carnival attractions, four multiplayer modes and multiple difficulty levels.
Nintendo Wii U - Released - November 13, 2015
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Japanese: どうぶつの森amiiboフェスティバル Hepburn: Dōbutsu no Mori: amiibo Fesutibaru?, lit. "Animal Forest: amiibo Festival") is a party video game for the Wii U, developed by Nintendo and Nd Cube. The game is a spin-off of the Animal Crossing series, and was released worldwide in November 2015.
Amstrad CPC - 1984
Animal Vegetable Mineral is a version of an 'after dinner' game in which players have to guess a mystery object by asking questions to which the answer is either Yes or No. In this game the player thinks of an object and the game tries to guess it. The game comes with a very limited range of items, 'knowing' just two objects in each category. When the player submits an item the game does not have in its database the player is asked how the new item differs from the best answer the game could give. This information is then stored and so the game's repertoire grows. The game allows the...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1988
Bored with board games? Tired of pursuing trivia? Had your fill of ethical questions? Then you're ready for ANTICIPATION. This zany, unpredictable, totally wacked-out video board game begins with a giant connect-the-dots puzzle. Suddenly, a video pencil starts connecting the dots and, before you know it, you're in a maddening race against the clock, trying to solve the puzzle. Is it an Igloo? A Penguin? Whatever it is, you - and all your friends - will have a great time trying to guess what the pencil is drawing. Guess right and you'll get a crack at the really tough puzzles - no dots or...
Nintendo Wii - Released - September 8, 2009
Once upon a time, when arcades were the hottest spots for gaming, having an arcade at home was a dream. Well, arcade fans, the dream comes true with this collection of favorites for Wii! Arcade Zone brings together classics and new hits to create a gaming paradise. Go retro and try your hand at Skee Ball and Whack-a-Mole, or wrestle with the claw machine. Flash your skills in newer favorites like Cyclone, Colorama, Spin-n-Win, and more. Play in five environments, each with a resident arcade hotshot and retro video game. Score big to win tickets that you can trade for everything from oversized...
Windows - Released - October 1, 2015
ALL-STARS DUNGEONS AND DIAMONDS (ASDAD for short) is a competitive Arcade-style game where two players face each other in a diamond-collecting race. The player with the largest number of gems at the end of the round wins. Things quickly become more complicated, though, as collecting diamonds will reveal items buried underground that will grant players the ability to attack the opponent or obtain temporary boosts that will help them win the race.
Nintendo Wii - February 14, 2014
Join Barbie and her friends for an adventure that will take fans behind pink doors into the fantastic world of the Dreamhouse! Based on the popular Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse web series, dolls everywhere will get a chance to explore the Dreamhouse and play fabulous mini games.
Windows - Released - May 1, 2018
Beat Saber is a unique VR rhythm game where your goal is to slash the beats (represented by small cubes) as they are coming at you. Every beat indicates which saber you need to use and also the direction you need to match. All the music is composed to perfectly fit the hand made levels. Our goal is to make players almost dance while cutting the cubes and avoiding obstacles. Each cut is strongly supported by great sound and visual effects to emphasize the rhythm. Features Unique gameplay with a great feel - Beat Saber combines the satisfying feeling of cutting with emergent perception of...
Nintendo Wii - Released - May 2, 2011
The ultimate BINGO game collection! Includes classic BINGO games and an exciting new BINGO PARTY mode. In BINGO PARTY Deluxe, play with up to 4 players in 75-Ball BINGO, 90-Ball BINGO, or BINGO PARTY game modes. The more you play, the more BINGO points you collect! Keep collecting BINGO points to unlock fun goodies including new game modes, BINGO card patterns, and more! All BINGO game modes can also be played with computer opponents, whose difficulty settings can be easily adjusted to match your skill level! The new BINGO PARTY game mode created exclusively for this game...
Windows - Released - August 9, 2016
Blade Ballet is a whirling dance of multiplayer robot destruction. Each character possesses a unique personality and special abilities - use them to claim victory as you spin from one challenging arena to the next, battling for dominance in this action-packed fighting game. Blade Ballet is simple enough for anyone to pick up a controller and jump into the fray, but players must master the timing and unique abilities of each bot to come out on top. This makes the game easily accessible to new players, while allowing for a high skill ceiling to truly compete with your friends. Much of the...
Windows - Unreleased - April 7, 2017
Take on the extremely challenging yet fair world of Bloody Trapland, go at it alone or bring your friends along for a unique co-op experience like no other. Explore the mysterious Islands and unlock the many hidden secrets. Designed for both solo and multiplayer.
Windows - Released - August 4, 2018
Bomber 95 is the recreation of old school bomberman like game. With the ability to play with friends on one PC or over the Internet or both of those simultaneously. Nine unique levels with their own features, a lot of blow-ups and power-ups that can change gameplay balance instantly. Defeat them all and dance floor is yours!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 17, 2003
In classic Bomberman Land fashion, the player has to collect various zone pieces in order to to open up new areas and progress through the theme park. Beside the minigames in story mode, there are other games available, such as Survival Bomberman, bomberman Kart, Bomberman Battle, SameGame and Panic Bomber
Windows - Released - 2003
There are four gameplay modes in Online Bomberman: 'Survival Mode', 'Panel Paint Mode', 'Hyperbomb Mode', and 'Boss Battle Mode'. In Survival Rule, you either battle in a team or by yourself. You must kill all opposing players in order to win. In Panel Paint Mode, the floor is colored. When your bomb explodes, the floor will be covered with your team color. When you die you will be revived but the area you had 'occupied' will be erased. In Hyperbomb Mode, there are special hyperbomb items that you have to collect in order to win. There are 5 items in total. However, you only need to collect...
Windows - Released - September 10, 2008
During battle, the players collect experience points which are used to refill the bomb waza bar and eventually the bomb waza gauge. If the latter is full, the player can execute a bomb technique. Items can be collected and saved in the Item Menu.
MUGEN - Unreleased - June 23, 2018
Card Sagas Wars is a stand-alone game on the MUGEN fighting game engine. It contains custom character sprites as well as completely unique fighting mechanics and a new support card system, where fighting will allow you to gain cards that will summon characters from different gaming franchises to assist in battle. While for a while, some information on the game and trailers were revealed, the updates ceased, and after a long period of time, including the website being taken offline, the creators released an unfinished version of the game, declaring it unfinished.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 15, 2011
Carnival Island is a collection of 35 carnival-themed mini games for PlayStation 3. The game is played exclusively with the PlayStation Move controller, and includes games such as ring toss, basketball, coin toss, shooting gallery, and skeeball. The single player mode features hand-animated cutscenes that tell a story of two children bringing an abandoned carnival back to life as they complete and unlock new games. Each game can also be played in turn-based multiplayer by passing the Move controller between players, and some games allow two player simultaneous play. As players progress...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 5, 2004
Cartoon Network Block Party is a party game for Game Boy Advance that enables up to four players to compete "party style" on boards themed to a specific Cartoon Network show, including Johnny Bravo, Ed, Edd 'n Eddy, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Cow and Chicken. It features 14 unique mini-games including: Grand Prix, Strike a Pose, Greased Porkbutts, Backyard Boogie, and Skatin' the U. Published by Majesco, Cartoon Network Block Party was programmed by John Romero's Monkeystone development group
Magnavox Odyssey - Released - 1972
You play as the mouse trying to avoid the cat by moving side to side and hiding. The cat claws and scratches at you as you move around. You also have to watch out for mouse traps especially the big ones which kill you. The cat gets faster as the game moves forward and the fame is set on a time limit.
Nintendo DS - Released - September 28, 2010
The Smart Series is back with the whole Chuck E. Cheese crew for even more fun! Following on the heels of the first and only developmentally appropriate game for the Nintendo DS, Chuck E. Cheese's Gameroom is a diverse title filled with fun, creative, and skill building games that you would expect to find at Chuck E. Cheese locations. This wholesome title is a must have for the youngest boy gamer, whose collection of games feature casual and learning play at various skill levels. Going to Chuck E. Cheese has never been so easy or so fun!
Sony Playstation - Released - February 6, 2004
Three great friends Cindy, Kate, and Diana want to have a fun holiday and have some exciting adventures, so they decide to go on holiday to the Caribbean. They pack their bags and set off. There are five games to play. You will get the chance to pack their bags for a great holiday, dress the girls to go to the beach, decorate their room, look for cute little rabbits that are hiding in the jungle, and gather delicious fruits. You can also complete ten pictures. There is also four cool tests to play. Find out more about yourself and your friends. But this is not all!
Sony Playstation - Released - February 6, 2004
Cindy, Kate, and Diana are cool, stylish girls, and great friends. They decide to go shopping and have fun. As they are going to a party in the evening they have to look absolutely gorgeous. There are five games to play. You will get a chance to dress the girls in cool clothes, do their hair and makeup, go shopping, go to a cafe, and groom their cute pets. There is also four cool tests to play as you find out more about yourself and your friends. But this is not all! There are also eight pictures to colour according to your taste!
Sony Playstation - Released - November 6, 2000
Crash Bash is a multi-event party game in which four people can play several minigames as characters from the Crash Bandicoot series. Characters include Coco, Brio, Dingodile, Tiny, and Neo Cortex. The games are organized from a central hub world from which spokes lead to different levels. Games include pong, in which players defend one side of the screen, and a pogo-stick game, in which players hop to change the color of squares on a board by landing on them, then earn points by collecting boxes. Another game places characters on the backs of polar bears as they try to ram each other...
Windows - Homebrew - 2014
Crash Bash LIVE (formerly Project Nitro) is a free community-made remake of Crash Bash, the infamous arena based battle game, in development by Team Nitro! - Crash Bash, remade for the modern age! - More features, modes, a brand new story, and online multiplayer! - 50 arenas including 25 classic and 25 brand new ones! - Expanded roster with modern newcomers like Crunch Bandicoot and Nina Cortex! - Huge variety in battles using arena modifiers! - Complete immersion with board games set in historic hubs! - Customize characters with various cosmetic rewards! - Made with love of the...
Nintendo DS - Released - March 19, 2013
The Croods: Prehistoric Party! combines the ultimate fun of a family party game with Croods-style action as you journey through 30 unique and addictive mini-games. You’ll encounter spectacular environments and never-before-seen creatures in this comical and rough and tumble Croods-style competition.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 27, 2001
Dance Dance Revolution 5thMIX, or DDR 5th Mix, is the 5th game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was released to the arcades by Konami on March 27, 2001. Although only officially released in Japan, units exist worldwide. DDR 5th Mix contains a total of 122 songs, nine of which are hidden and unlockable. Of those songs, 40 of them (including all nine unlockable songs) are brand new to Dance Dance Revolution. The core gameplay of DDR 5thMIX is the same as the previous Dance Dance Revolution games. The scoring formula is different from previous versions. The top...
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 25, 2011
The DanceDanceRevolution series spawned the dance genre, and Hottest Party 5 sees the series returning to its roots. Up to four players can plug in a special dance mat controller and take each other on within a series of focused challenges. As a series of party tracks play, users are charged with matching a series of on-screen arrows by hitting the corresponding icon on the dance mat. DanceDanceRevolution: Hottest Party 5 also includes an option for the player to play using two mats, in order to match eight different arrow styles, leaping between the two mats as they do so! The new Wii game...
Sony Playstation - Released - May 4, 2002
Cartoon Network's boy genius Dexter is trying to save his laboratory from his archival Mandark in Dexter's Laboratory: Mandark's Lab? Mandark has infiltrated Dexter's lab and reprogrammed his computer, so players must help Dexter win it back by completing this adventure game covering four areas comprised of Dexter's house and his laboratory. In each area there are two mini-games and four hidden blueprint pieces to one of Dexter's inventions that give him an advantage in each of the mini-games. Both Dee Dee's Dance Off, which has players pressing buttons in time to music, and Cootie Call...
Sony Playstation - Released - November 10, 2002
The era of dinosaurs is no longer what it used to be After a continuous period of meteorite showers and other natural catastrophes, the kings of the planet have given way to their offspring. These now find themselves left to their own devices, and set off on a search for a better life. It is time to build a new kingdom where their life will be peaceful.However, they have a long way to go. Quarrels between clans are raging, and our heroes are threatened by many dangers. However, this all remains at the level of our baby dinosaurs. They have transformed our little blue planet into a huge...
Microsoft Xbox One - October 31, 2017
Disneyland Adventures is a remaster of the 2011 Kinect: Disneyland Adventures for the Xbox 360 with updated visuals, 4K resolution, support for the Xbox One's Kinect sensor, and the ability to play the game with traditional controls using an Xbox One controller. Gameplay is a combination of minigames and open world play style. Players perform objectives and tasks for characters to gain Disney currency. It features drop-in, drop-out cooperative play for two players. Players play as a customizable child guest to the park, who gets help from a magic, anthropomorphic golden ticket.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 16, 2003
Uncle Scrooge has invited you and a whole cast of Disney characters to visit his new Party Park, which he designed himself with all of his favorite youngsters in mind. Disney's Party drops you into the mix with Mickey Mouse and friends to embark on challenging adventures that include collecting magical objects, solving puzzles, and maneuvering through obstacle courses. Each player must complete his or her game board by buying or winning special items, such as stars, lollipops, and teacups. In four different gameplay modes, you can compete with friends in minigames, solve puzzles, and explore a...
Sony Playstation - Released - November 23, 2001
Disney's Pooh's Party Game is a board game for up to 4 players based on Disney's The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh animated series. The game starts when Owl discovers a treasure map, but in unfortunate turn of events the map gets glued to Gopher's back while he is chased by the swarm of bees. To get the treasure map the player needs to follow Gopher across the game board. The squares on the board contain mini-games, honey pots or other surprises. When the player's character lands on a square, he then must participate in a mini-game, and success or failure will determine how many steps...
Sony Playstation - Released - April 23, 2004
Based on the original Dr. Seuss book (not the movie), this adventure game lets young players control the Cat in the Hat as he's looking for objects to play games with. Collecting the objects unlock different arcade games that can be played over and over again to try to beat the best scores.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 29, 2000
Dragon Tales: Dragon Seek is an interactive product that is part of the encompassing multi-media project centered on the PBS television series Dragon Tales. The game features puzzles and activities designed to encourage creative problem-solving and bolster self-confidence in pre-schoolers. Like the television show, Dragon Tales: Dragon Seek teaches kids to understand their fears and to look forward to learning from new experiences, even when things do not turn out exactly as planned. Emmy, Max, and many of their dragon friends are featured throughout the game.
Windows - Released - June 21, 2016
For 3-8 players and an audience of thousands! Your phones or tablets are your controllers! The game of terrible drawings and hilariously wrong answers.
Arcade - Released - 2003
Go Go Cowboy is an arcade prize award system with a 'Win Every Time' feature. Players press a button to lasso cows and win prizes. Prizes are dispensed into two bins below the play screen.
Windows - Released - April 10, 2017
Warning! In A Gummy’s Life, gummies have come to life… And they are unmanageable! They have invaded the city, they are all around: in the football stadium, the park, the fortress, the fair… even on the flan. Their non-stop free-for-all fights gain people’s attention because of their jellied funny movements, but their blows are solid and well-aimed. Due to their ingenuity, they convert the elements of the landscape into insurmountable obstacles. They seemed so sweet! Choose your favorite gummy among a great variety, customize it to your taste and enjoy playing and laughing with your friends...
Arcade - Released - 1998
A collection of short mini-games. It was released in Japan and Europe, possibly other regions but not in the US. The cabinet has three large coloured buttons for each player (as well as a start button), most of the games involve quickly bashing the buttons or pressing the colour corresponding to an object on-screen. There are always three competitors, which can be either human or CPU controlled.
Nintendo DS - Released - June 21, 2007
Players move around the board, buying shops and collecting money from others who land on their shop spaces. Depending on circumstances, some players can forcibly take over another player's shop spaces, or make them inactive for a turn. Players can also hold shares of a block of spaces so that they get paid when someone lands on any space in that block, even if it is not their own. Players get bonuses for leveling up, which is done by passing four special spaces on the board (each marked with a suit- Club, Diamond, Heart, and Spade) and then going to the Bank space. If the player lands on...
Windows - Released - October 19, 2017
The biggest and fourthiest addition to this storied party game franchise features not five but FIVE AND A HALF crowd-slaying games! Fibbage 3 (2-8 players) ◾The blanking fun sequel. Play all-new question types and the game mode Fibbage: Enough About You (3-8 players). Guess the weird facts about your friends. Survive the Internet (3-8 players) ◾The web-based frame game. Twist your friends’ “online” comments in hilarious ways. Monster Seeking Monster (3-7 players) ◾The spooky date-a-thon game. Message and date fellow monsters with special powers. Bracketeering (3-16...
Microsoft Xbox 360 - November 15, 2011
Kinect Disneyland Adventures allows players to visit the attractions at the real theme park using the Kinect interface. Instead of simply riding, players participate in an adventure based on the film world represented in that attraction. For example, instead of sitting in a flying boat on the Peter Pan attraction, the character flies in a mini-game with Peter Pan. The Park ties together the different games in each attraction. Players interact with Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Dumbo, Cinderella - 40 characters in all. Unlike the games, this is more of an open world...
Windows - September 28, 2017
Lance A Lot: Enhanced Edition. Challenge your friends to a glorious duel of rocket jousting for up to four players!
Windows - September 3, 2016
Chase your opponents and knock down their dominoes - be the Last One Standing!
Nintendo Switch - Released - October 3, 2017
Deep space is a dangerous place, but you don't have to go alone! LOVERS IN A DANGEROUS SPACETIME is a frantic 1- to 4-player couch co-op action space shooter. Explore a colorful galaxy in a massive neon battleship that you control together by manning turrets, lasers, shields and thrusters. Only through teamwork can you triumph over the evil forces of Anti-Love, rescue kidnapped space-bunnies, and avoid a vacuumy demise. Deep space is a dangerous place, but you don't have to face it alone! LOCAL CO-OP GAMEPLAY 2 to 4 players (or 1 player plus a loyal AI space-pet) need to work together...
Sony Playstation - Released - November 20, 1997
Magical Date is the Playstation conversion of the Arcade Machine by Taito. The theme of the game is that you date girls and to make a more successful date you got to win some mini games. If you do it well you unlock photos to watch them on the gallery mode. There are 3 characters to choose from: -Ayumi Ichijouji -Rin Midorikawa -Kasumi Huyuno The game got three modes: - Arcade: some kind of board that show the date progress and in witch the player should pass some mini games until arriving a place where he can take pictures of the girl. - Dance mode: You watch the 3 girls of the...
Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 10, 2003
Mario Party 5 gives the Mario Party series new game boards, more than 60 new minigames, new playable characters, an expanded single-player mode and, of course, more multiplayer madness than you can handle. In Mario Party 5, Mario and his friends are trying to restore peace to Dream World by racing around a collection of game boards. This time around, players can change the location of event spaces by using special capsules found on each board. The player with the most stars and coins at the end of the game wins.
Nintendo GameCube - October 6, 2004
Mario Party 6 offers a new batch of games that require both your fingers and your voice. In this installment in the Mario Party series, you can use the included microphone controller to talk your way to victory. More than 80 minigames are included. You can play as Mario, Bowser, or other characters from the Mushroom Kingdom. New characters appear on the board depending on what time of day it is. The game supports up to four players.
Nintendo Wii - May 29, 2008
All new features/boards! Mario Party for Wii also includes dozens of new mini-games, six new party boards and many new game modes. In a series first, players can transform their characters into many forms, such as player-smashing boulders and coin-sucking vampires. Mario Party Wii includes "extra large" mini games like Star Carnival Bowling and Table Menace. One to four players can play Mario Party, each with a Wii Remote.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 28, 2005
It's a portable party on your Game Boy Advance! Mario Party Advance takes all the fun of the home console game and puts it in your hands. All-new mini-games and a host of Professor E. Gadd's incredible Gaddgets -- unique trinkets, toys, detectors and tricks like the Lip Disguise-o-matic that let you play tricks on your friends, test your compatibility and much more. Discover the 60 mini-games as you play through the single-player game boards. Earn coins as you play the mini-games, and use those coins to unlock Gaddgets you can use with your friends. Use your Gaddgets to take the game into the...
Nintendo DS - November 19, 2007
He's captured Mario and his friends in his pursuit of a crystal that the group collected when it fell from the sky, and he doesn't hesitate to shrink them to miniature size to get rid of them and get his hands on the other four crystals. The mini-heroes have to find the crystals before he does, making their way through giant environments filled with enormous creatures. The single-player campaign takes place in five different settings, each of them ending with a boss. As usual, players have to collect coins and stars, at the same time escaping dangers such as Piranha Plants and other classic...
Nintendo 3DS - November 4, 2016
Think fast and have a blast with a variety of ways to party with Mario™, Toad™, and more, on-the-go or on the couch! It's always your turn as you and up to three* friends roll the dice, roam the board, and recruit fan-favorite allies. The bigger your party, the faster you'll earn stars and coins in frantic minigames. It's instant fun for everyone! Break free of turn order and choose your path to victory in Toad Scramble, a mode with five wild worlds filled with bite-sized, open maps to play on. Blast across them in cannons, creep around haunted houses, or get a lift from Lakitu. You may...
Nintendo 3DS - November 10, 2017
Ever partied with Mario? Stuffed mouthfuls of pizza? Dodged penguins? Well, the party is back with the top 100 minigames in Mario Party™ series history! Test your memory, speed, and luck in a variety of multiplayer minigame types. With Download Play, up to 4 players can party on their own system with just 1 Game Card! This time the fun comes faster, thanks to some fresh features, including a Favorites option for quicker minigame selection and streamlined instructions. Start playing and pretty soon you'll find there's only enough room for the best at this funfest!
Sony Playstation - Released - April 17, 2003
Case Closed, also known as Detective Conan in Japan and other countries, is a detective manga and anime series by Gosho Aoyama which has been published in Weekly Sho-nen Sunday magazine since 1994. The series depicts the cases of a young private detective who was inadvertently turned into a prepubescent boy by a certain criminal organization. Although his body has been shrunk, he continues to solve many cases and is struggling to solve the mysteries of the criminal organization responsible in order to return to his normal body. Meitantei Conan Trick Trick vol.1 features more than 100...
Sony Playstation - Released - March 20, 2002
Mini Moni is a J-Pop subgroup of "Morning Musume", under the "Hello ! project" label. They were one of the most popular subgroups of the label, thanks to the combination of their amazing music videos, their live performances, and their varied musical styles. The original group has withdrawn from the Japanese scene in 2004, but the concept has returned in summer 200,9 with the new subgroup "Mini Moni Shin" Game modes: - Story mode - Mini games mode - Options mode Up to four players may engage in this board game featuring Japanese pop group Morning Musume and 30 different mini-games...
Nintendo Wii - October 31, 2008
Four-player action available for all games. Never play alone again! Get together with friends and family to see who can rank #1 in all 11 games. If the party gets too big, set up tournaments for up to sixteen players! Individual profiles. Players can now create a profile to track their progress and skill level as they play. Multiple players can create and use profiles, taking the game to a level playing field creating an enjoyable experience for everyone. Create your own characters. Utilise the new 'Create-a-Player' system to design unique characters to fit individual styles. Discover...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 22, 1998
Moritaka Chisato Safari Tokyo put the popular actress and song writer Chisato Moritaka in a fantasy safari park set in Tokyo where the player can play different mini games (like listen and then choose which is the song that sounds, ride an animal, music mini games, etc.) or edit different live video clip of live shows of Moritaka Chisato. The second cd features musical clips and interviews with Moritaka Chisato. Born as Moritaka Chisato in Osaka, Japan she was raised in Kumamoto, Kyushu, Japan. Her big break into show business was as the winner of the "Pocari Sweat Image Girl Contest"...
Windows - Unlicensed - August 18, 2016
MULTIBOWL is a two-player challenge of skill and knowledge, across exciting moments in over 300 historical games across dozens of hardware platforms. It’s the first videogame collage, maybe.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 19, 2004
In 2004, Bomberman Online got ported over to the PlayStation 2 in Japan only as Net de Bomberman. Unlike the US-only Dreamcast release, it is completely designed around its (now defunct) subscription-based online multiplayer, without any support for offline play. Only playable online, the game features ten different maps, based on the grid-like mazes seen in classic Bomberman titles. Accompanied by up to seven other players, the player has to collect items and kill enemies in order to unlock new stages. Players were able to communicate with other players through online chat.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 30, 2002
Nickelodeon Party Blast is a party game for up to four players with Nicktoons characters from Nickelodeon. Game modes are Blast, Replay, Cup Challenge and Party Play (multiplayer only). There are several game modes where characters need to complete stages through different events. The eight playable characters are Angelica, Invader Zim, Spongebob, Eliza Thornberry, Otto Rocket, Reggie Rocket and Jimmy Neutron. They come from the series Invader Zim, Jimmy Neutron, Rocket Power, Rugrats, SpongeBob SquarePants and Wild Thornberrys. A game generally consists of several types of stages based...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Homebrew - June 20, 2018
It's a brand new 2-in-1 game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)! Ninja and Ninja II are a series of multiple events/mini-games. They are fast-paced QTE (Quick Time Events) based mini-games that challenge players of all ages at reactions speeds, button mashing, and precise on-screen timing; hailing from Toshi503 Studios for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). These mini-games are geared around the utilization of different control schemes per stage/event. While most games tend to use the same control scheme throughout their game, the Ninja games try something different; while...
Windows - Released - October 3, 2017
NO HEROES HERE is a hectic co-op game for one to four players. Coordination and cooperation are your key weapons to success - everyone must play a role in the battles to come and work together as a team in order to protect the castles and Kingdom from imminent doom. Forces beyond your understanding have struck with terror and chaos. The King's broken army and fallen heroes cannot protect you from harm. It is up to you to protect the realm from evil and restore Noobland to glory!
Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 3, 2002
Pac-Man takes break from eating dots and ghosts in the fun new party game Pac-Man Fever. In addition to our yellow hero, the game also features Ms. Pac-Man and many other Namco favorites from franchises such as Tekken, Ridge Racer, and Soul Calibur. Up to four players partake in more than 30 minigames and three differently themed game boards. Try to recover all of the minigames stolen by those pesky, party-crashing Ghosts and determine who the real party animal is.
Windows - Released - March 1, 2016
A one-button party game for 2-16 players, sharing a keyboard or controller.
Magnavox Odyssey - Released - 1972
This game falls into the "seek and go to" category of Odyssey games in that a player must determine where to go on the screen and get there before their opponent does. Percepts comes with two decks (Purple and Green) of 15 cards each, an Überlay (both sizes) and a set of instructions. There are two Percepts games described in the instructions, but you can have fun coming up with your own variations if the mood hits you.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - July 5, 2011
Unlike other games the series, this game is an on-rails monkey-catcher rather than a platformer. Players view the game from a first-person perspective with the PlayStation Move being used to control the various monkey catching gadgets. Players traverse from area to area on-rails and each area is filled with monkeys that players must catch in their special Gotcha Net. Players have other gadgets such as slingshots to annoy monkeys, destroy objects, and shoot banana power-ups, and a fan to blow away debris. Though on-rails the player can shift the carmera left or right using the "X" or "O"...
Nintendo Wii - Released - July 28, 2008
Pony up! It’s Pong Toss time! Compete against your friends or the computer in this ultimate party-game favorite. Play on a regulation table with up to four players. Make consecutive shots for the Fireball bonuses and Roll-Backs as you or your team try to dominate the table and reign as Pong Toss champs! In Speed Pong, up to three challengers can compete at the same time. Speed and strategy are the keys to this fast-paced game. Jack up your opponents by using a slew of power-ups that will slow them down. The first one who sinks the last cup wins it all! Be fast! Be furious! Be victorious!
Windows - Released - May 21, 2015
Porcunipine is a couch multiplayer about balding porcupines fighting courageously for survival using their very last pointy quills. The concept of the game is simple: You are a majestic and terribly violent porcunipine. You have one quill which you can shoot at your opponents. Once you shoot, you have to go and pick up that quill before you can shoot again. Your quill rebounds from walls and obstacles, and can kill you just as easily as it can kill your enemies.
Nintendo Wii - Released - January 4, 2010
Pub Darts is a simple darts simulation which uses the Wii Remote™ controller's unique controls to mimic dart-throwing motion. The game is set in a local pub where the players will settle in to play some of their favorite dart games, including 501, Cricket, Around the Clock, Killers and Baseball. Controls function just like throwing a real dart. Players are able to create their own personal profiles, including selecting their avatar image from a collection of creative characters and the design they would like displayed on the dart flights.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - April 9, 2009
Developed by Tarsier Studios, Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic is a PS3 system exclusive party-fighting game with an imaginative look and feel. Rag Doll Kung Fu focuses on fun with exaggerated physics action and charming HD visuals. Featuring accessible and intuitive controls, the customizable rag doll characters bend, stretch, and snap to perform every move with hilarious results. Success depends on mastering basic kung fu moves while using acrobatic skills to swing off platforms and somersault through the air.
Windows - Released - January 15, 2016
Raining Blobs is a fast-paced arcade puzzle game based around matching falling blocks. Matching blocks of the same color will link them together while matching blocks with stars in them will destroy the linked blocks. This game will put both your fingers and mind to a test of raw skill. Prove that you have what it takes to survive the endless blob rain!
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 19, 2006
Hordes of crazed out-of control bunnies have invaded, enslaving Rayman and forcing him to participate in 'gladiator' style trials. Help Rayman win his freedom back by entertaining and outwitting these fury foes. Use the most hilarious fighting moves imaginable. Run races on animals, fight in the arena, mesmerize the bunnies with your dance moves, throw cows, milk pigs or engage in plunger shooting madness! The possibilities for fun are endless.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - October 27, 1989
ROM² Karaoke: Volume 1 is the first in the series of karaoke discs by NEC Avenue. Like the other discs, it was supplied with a sound system called ROM² AMP, which included microphone, mixer, and speakers. Songs are played on different backgrounds, some of which display digitized photos, while others feature hand-drawn graphics. Backgrounds may dynamically change with the song, and some of them offer rudimentary interaction.
Nintendo Wii - Released - April 20, 2010
"World's Fun Party Game" is a game with a distinctive occupation as a motif in the countries of the world. You can enjoy 5 games of snake wrestling, obsession extermination, cowboy, Japanese samurai, and seabed exploration. Even one person can play with 2 to 4 large numbers of people. Depending on the game, it corresponds to Wii Motion Plus and Balanced Wii Boat.
Nintendo Wii - Released - May 11, 2010
"World's Fun Party Game 2" is a game with a distinctive occupation as a motif in the countries of the world. You can enjoy 5 games of floating fishing, bullfighter, building cleaning, explorer, astronaut. Even one person can play with 2 to 4 large numbers of people. Depending on the game, it corresponds to Wii Motion Plus and Balanced Wii Boat.
Windows - Released - October 15, 2015
SkyScrappers is a classic arcade-style, vertically scrolling, competitive platform-fighting game. Select from a diverse range of extreme sportspeople, to fight and race your way to the top of a falling skyscraper… as it is being demolished. Play with up to four players in classic couch-multiplayer, take on the story-driven single-player campaigns, or set up a skirmish against AI bots.
Arcade - Released - 1995
Released in November 1995. The title of this game translates from Japanese as 'Graduation Certificate'. Licensed to Atlus. Sotsugyo Shousho is a Mini-Games game
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 10, 1999
Chef hosts South Park: Chef's Luv Shack, which mixes South Park trivia with over 20 mini games in the mold of Mario Party. Most of the mini games are parodies of classic arcade games. The player chooses a South Park character (Kyle, Kenny, Stan, or Cartman) and answers the questions based on episodes from the cartoon series. If the player gets it right, they then spin a wheel, and get either cash, lose it all, or play a mini game (either by themselves, against the AI, or against other players if playing in multiplayer mode). The person who has the highest score (or the most correct answers)...
Microsoft Xbox - October 19, 2005
SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants! is a 2005 party video game based on the TV series SpongeBob SquarePants. It was released in October 2005 for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and the PC. It was released for the Nintendo DS in Korea in 2007, but its North American release was cancelled. It is the first SpongeBob SquarePants title to feature multiplayer mini-games, similar to the Mario Party video game series. It is also the last SpongeBob game for the Xbox. This marks the only time that the Dirty Bubble is voiced by Charles Nelson Reilly in a video game before...
Nintendo Switch - Released - October 5, 2018
The original 4-player Mario Party series board game mode that fans love is back, and your friends and family are invited to the party! Freely walk the board: choose where to move, which Dice Block to roll, and how to win the most Stars in skill-based minigames. Wait till you see the 2 vs 2 mode with grid-based maps, the creative uses of the console, and the series’ first online minigame mode! Test your skills in sets of five minigames with the new mode, Mariothon, and see how you stack up against players across the globe in Online Mariothon*. Whether you’re pedaling tricycles, flipping...
Sony Playstation 2 - March 15, 2005
This game is basically a fusion of Super Monkey Ball 1 and 2 for the PS2 and XBox. All of the levels from those two games are available in this collection, and all of the minigames are already unlocked and included. Formerly only available to GameCube players, the Super Monkey Ball series has made it to the PS2 and Xbox after a wait of almost 3 and a half years. The game itself plays very much like the old arcade game Marble Madness. You control a monkey in a ball, and you have to navigate it through many perilous labyrinths to the finish. In the previous two games you had limited...
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - October 23, 2012
Experience Super Monkey Ball as you've never seen it before! With local and Online Multi-player, custom level creation using the PlayStation Vita System Rear Camera, 8 Mini-games, and over 100 unique challenges, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz takes the platforming / puzzle genre to new heights!
Nintendo Switch - Released - November 2, 2018
Enjoy the cult classic arcade rhythm game from Japan in the comfort of your own home! Play to the beat using your own drum with a wide variety of new songs and challenge your friends to prove who has the best taiko skills. Use motion controls to enjoy Taiko like never before! Unlock beloved characters to help you on your journey to become a legendary taiko drummer! Utilize the interactive features of the Nintendo Switch to connect, share, and play with family and friends.
Windows - Released - 1995
In the introduction we see Timon and Pumbaa chasing a bug. They could have get it but it scared them by exposing its thorns. A little later they go to a place where a waterfall exists. They enter with the help of a hippo who stops the stream with its behind. The game contains five mini-games that feature Timon, Pumbaa and other jungle animals from The Lion King. The object in this game is to have fun while Timon and Pumbaa entertain the player with glimpses of jungle living, especially when certain mini-games require the player to consume insects. The games are: Jungle Pinball (a pinball game...
MS-DOS - Released - 1985
Mind Mirror allows the performer to digitize (scope) any thought, compare it with other thoughts and compare thoughts with others, and to engage in simulation of various roles. It can be considered a "party game", similar in concept to Scruples.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 1, 2004
Titeuf : Méga-Compet' est un jeu vidéo de type party game, développé par Eden Games et édité par Atari, commercialisé le 24 septembre 2004 sur PlayStation 2 et Microsoft Windows, et le 1er octobre 2004 sur Game Boy Advance. Il met en scène les quelques protagonistes de la bande dessinée Titeuf de l'auteur suisse Zep. Il s'agit du troisième opus de la série des jeux vidéo Titeuf, le précédent étant Titeuf : Ze Gag Machine paru en 2002.
Nintendo Wii - Released - September 14, 2010
Put your friends in the Hot Seat and get answers to all the questions you've been dying to ask! The unique vocal calibration software lets you know whether or not your friends are telling the truth! Play Truth or Lies and discover what secrets are waiting to be revealed!
Magnavox Odyssey - Released - 1973
Players move their dot to symbols on the overlay to fill out their "Win card", while their dot is invisible until the reset button is pressed.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released
War of Strike Mouse is a pirate original video game developed by Hummer Technology. In War of Strike Mouse, the player has to select a difficulty and a character to play as, in a similar menu system to Dragon Running, another game developed by Hummer Technology. After the difficulty and character are selected, the game starts. The players character appears in the middle of the screen, surrounded by rodent burrows on all four sides of them. The player throws hammers at the rodents popping out of the burrows by pressing the corresponding direction on the D-pad. The round is over when enough...
Nintendo Wii U - Released - October 25, 2013
Wii Party U is a multiplayer video game consisting of a standard board game with mini-games, similar to Mario Party. Over 80 different new mini-games will be available. Multiple people can play mini-games using the Wii U GamePad. "House Party" games also return from Wii Party, and focus on various implementations of the Wii U GamePad and Wii Remotes amongst a group of people.
Windows - March 28, 2000
YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Louder! Faster! Funnier! showcases the wildest and wackiest episodes from YOU DON'T KNOW JACK the Net Show -1000 questions chock full of JACK attitude deliver a prime-time trivia showdown for you and your friends. Choose from over 45 hilarious episodes to test your wits and tickle your funnybone. Includes a brand-new question type and a favorites feature so you can save and enjoy your favorite episodes!
Windows - 1999
800 questions from the net show plus 200 all new questions.