Nintendo Game & Watch

The Game & Watch series are a total of 60 handheld electronic games produced by Nintendo from 1980 to 1991. Created by game designer Gunpei Yokoi, each Game & Watch features a single game to be played on an LCD screen in addition to a clock, an...

007: GoldenEye

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1995

Apollo 13

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1995

Armor Battle

Armor Battle

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1987

You are on a dangerous tank mission. To reach and destroy your assigned target, you must maneuver through a field filled with enemy mines. Although these are hidden, the mine detection equipment in your tank warns you of their presence by producing a buzzing sound. This is your signal to change course on route to your target. If you should stumble into a mine, your tank will be "destroyed" and returned to its original starting position. If you get through the minefield and successfully engage the target, the built-in computer will automatically set up another challenge with a new starting...

Ball

Ball

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 28, 1980

Game & Watch: Ball, also known as Toss-Up in the USA ("Time Out series" by MEGO), is the first in a long series of Nintendo electronic games. This game belong to the first series, also known as the "Silver Series". Originally Ball should have been called Acrobat, hence the serial name AC-01. The small character in the game has to juggle two balls, moving his arms from right to left. Although slow at first, the pace progressively goes faster, challenging the player's reflexes and sense of rhythm. In game B, the player has to juggle three balls instead of two. Failing to catch one ball will...

Ball (Re-Issue)

Ball (Re-Issue)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 1, 2019

It was re-released exclusively via Club Nintendo to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Game & Watch, with the Club Nintendo logo on the back. Unlike the original release, this version includes an option to mute the game by pressing the Time button during gameplay. For members of the Japanese Club Nintendo, after an announcement in November 2009, it was shipped in April 2010 to Platinum members. For members of the North American Club Nintendo, it was available for 1200 coins from February 2011. For members of the European Club Nintendo, it was available for 7500 stars from November...

Balloon Fight (Crystal Screen)

Balloon Fight (Crystal Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - November 19, 1986

Balloon Fight is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Crystal Screen series on November 19, 1986, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on March 8, 1988. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. Balloon Fight was recreated in Game & Watch Gallery 3 for Game Boy Color.

Balloon Fight (New Wide Screen)

Balloon Fight (New Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 8, 1988

Balloon Fight is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Crystal Screen series on November 19, 1986, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on March 8, 1988. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. Balloon Fight was recreated in Game & Watch Gallery 3 for Game Boy Color.

Banana

Banana

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Baseball

Baseball

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1984

Black Jack

Black Jack

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - February 15, 1985

Black Jack is a Multi Screen Game & Watch game released in 1985 by Nintendo. A Pocketsize version was also released. The model number for the game was BJ-60 (BJ obviously standing for Black Jack). The contents within the box include the Game & Watch unit, LR44 batteries, a caution leaflet, a ball/score leaflet, and battery stickers. For some reason, there are some Black Jack games that were included in white boxes that Nintendo sent out to retailers. The reason for the white box is unknown, though it's also been confirmed that Donkey Kong 2 and Super Mario Bros. featured similar boxes.

Bomb Fight

Bomb Fight

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1984

Bombsweeper

Bombsweeper

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 15, 1987

A policeman and a character named John Solver attempt to stop a bomber named Dynamite Jack, who plants bombs underground town. Jack carries a bomb and jumps into a manhole, and the player as John must jump into the hole and travel through a maze to retrieve the bomb before time runs out. In order to go forward, John needs to push walls, but he cannot push a wall forward if another one is ahead. After the player completes a round, John returns above ground, and the player earns 100 points; the amount of time they had left gets added to their score as bonus points.

Boxing

Boxing

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - July 31, 1984

Boxing is a Micro VS. Game & Watch game released in 1984 by Nintendo. In America, the game was originally known as Punch-Out!! (named after the popular franchise), though when the game was included in Game & Watch Gallery 4 they changed the name back to Boxing. The model number for the game was BX-301. Within the box of the game was the unit, LR44 batteries, and a caution leaflet. In the game you'll box another character. The game is seen from a 2D perspective, and your character is always on the right. The only difference between Boxing and Punch-Out!! were the names and the box. The...

Chef

Chef

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - September 8, 1981

A chef paces back and forth in a kitchen, using his frying pan to keep pieces of food airborne. If a piece of food ends up on the floor, a mouse will grab it and the player will get penalized with a miss. The cat at the left-hand side of the screen will occasionally grab the leftmost piece of food with a fork, only to keep it from falling to the ground. It is also the origin of Mr. Game & Watch's standard B Button move in the Super Smash Bros. series. As the game progresses, the food will move faster. In Game A, the player must flip three pieces of food. In Game B, the player must flip four...

Chicky Woggy

Chicky Woggy

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

Chicky Woggy  (Tini Arcade)

Chicky Woggy (Tini Arcade)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

Climber (Crystal Screen)

Climber (Crystal Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - July 4, 1986

Climber is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Crystal Screen series on July 4, 1986, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on March 8, 1988. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. It is similar to Ice Climber. A boy known as the Climber sets out for the Block Mountain where the Blockmen live to train as a warrior. Lord Meiji, who he meets on the way, grants him a pair of boots which enable him to jump very high, armor that can break ceilings, and a head band which will help him find a sword that can defeat Dragalo the Dragon. The climber pursues his quest with...

Climber (New Wide Screen)

Climber (New Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 8, 1988

Climber is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Crystal Screen series on July 4, 1986, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on March 8, 1988. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. It is similar to Ice Climber. A boy known as the Climber sets out for the Block Mountain where the Blockmen live to train as a warrior. Lord Meiji, who he meets on the way, grants him a pair of boots which enable him to jump very high, armor that can break ceilings, and a head band which will help him find a sword that can defeat Dragalo the Dragon. The climber pursues his quest with...

Condor

Condor

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Crab Grab

Crab Grab

Nintendo Game & Watch - February 22, 1984

Crab Grab is a Super Color Game & Watch video game released in 1984. It's model number is UD-202. In the game, crabs are moving towards your character. You must push them away and not let them pinch you. If three crabs pinch you, then it'll result in a game over, and you'll have to start over. There are four columns, each a different color (from left to right: purple, green, orange, and blue). The crabs will start to come from the top, and you'll have to move your character from left to right to push them away, though more and more will always come. The game was one of two Super Color games,...

Crazy Chewy

Crazy Chewy

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

Crazy Kong

Crazy Kong

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released

Defendo

Defendo

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1984

Demon Driver

Demon Driver

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1978

Tabletop game in which player races acar along the 'real' moving plastic track. This early electronic game features a lap counter, 4 speed settings and steering wheel.

Donkey Angler

Donkey Angler

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 22, 2018

This game was released outside Japan as Fishing Boy.

Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 3, 1982

Donkey Kong is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on June 3, 1982. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch with an orange body. It opens like a compact, with an upper and lower screen. This game was also the first Game & Watch to feature a directional pad.

Donkey Kong (Coleco)

Donkey Kong (Coleco)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1983

Donkey Kong Circus

Donkey Kong Circus

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - September 6, 1984

One of the few Game & Watch units to feature full color, Donkey Kong Circus is a remake of the second Mickey Mouse Game & Watch game, which was released worldwide seven months earlier Donkey Kong balances on a barrel while juggling pineapples and avoiding the flaming torches. Mario watches his performance. If Donkey Kong loses a pineapple, Mario would laugh at him. If Donkey Kong manages to grasp a fireball, he will flail.

Donkey Kong Hockey

Donkey Kong Hockey

Nintendo Game & Watch - November 13, 1984

Donkey Kong Hockey is one of the few two-player Game & Watch games ever manufactured. It was released as a part of the Micro Vs. series on November 13, 1984.[1] Donkey Kong and Mario must engage each other in a two-player game of ice hockey. The game is colorless, being set up on a small LCD screen. The console is an elliptical shape, while the controllers are small and circular; the console can open up to store the controllers.

Donkey Kong II

Donkey Kong II

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 7, 1983

Donkey Kong II is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on March 7, 1983. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch with a brown body. It opens like a compact, with an upper and lower screen. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music.

Donkey Kong Jr.

Donkey Kong Jr.

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 26, 1982

Donkey Kong Jr. is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the New Wide Screen series on October 26, 1982, as a part of the Table Top series on April 28, 1983, as a part of the Panorama series on October 7, 1983. It was the first game in the New Wide Screen series. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music. Donkey Kong Jr. was recreated in Game & Watch Gallery 2 and Game & Watch Gallery 3 for Game Boy Color and Game & Watch Gallery 4 for Game Boy Advance. It was recreated as a DSiWare game that was released for Nintendo DSi on August 19,...

Donkey Kong Jr. (Coleco)

Donkey Kong Jr. (Coleco)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1983

Donkey Kong Jr. (Panorama Screen)

Donkey Kong Jr. (Panorama Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 7, 1983

Donkey Kong Jr. is a New Wide Screen, Tabletop, and Panorama Game & Watch game initially released in 1982. The Tabletop and Panorama versions are pretty much the same game, though the New Wide Screen version is different. The model numbers for the game are DJ-101, CJ-71, and CJ-93 for the New Wide Screen, Tabletop, and Panorama version, respectively. DJ stands for Donkey Kong Jr. while CJ stands for Color Jr. Nintendo manufactured 1,000,000 copies of the New Wide Screen version worldwide, though they only made 250,000 copies each of the other two.

Donkey Kong Jr. (Tabletop)

Donkey Kong Jr. (Tabletop)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 28, 1983

Dungeons & Dragons

Dungeons & Dragons

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Egg

Egg

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 9, 1981

Zeke Wolf must catch chicken eggs sliding down a conveyor belt. Each egg gives the player one point, and if the player can get 200 and 500 points, all misses are erased. As the game progresses, the eggs will slide down faster. To play, the player has to use the Control Pad to move.

Engine Room

Engine Room

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1984

Escape

Escape

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1981

Explorers of Space

Explorers of Space

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1989

Fire (Silver)

Fire (Silver)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - July 31, 1980

Fire (originally known as Fireman Fireman in North America) is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Silver series on July 31, 1980, and as a part of the Wide Screen series on December 4, 1981. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player controls two firemen who carry a trampoline and must catch people who fall from a burning building and bounce them into a waiting ambulance. The player is awarded 3 points for each person who reaches the ambulance, and loses one of their three lives for each person who hits the ground.

Fire (Wide Screen)

Fire (Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - December 4, 1981

Fire (originally known as Fireman Fireman in North America) is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Silver series on July 31, 1980, and as a part of the Wide Screen series on December 4, 1981. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player controls two firemen who carry a trampoline and must catch people who fall from a burning building and bounce them into a waiting ambulance. The player is awarded 3 points for each person who reaches the ambulance, and loses one of their three lives for each person who hits the ground.

Fire Attack

Fire Attack

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 26, 1982

Fire Attack involves a cowboy who is using a hammer to try to stop attackers (represented as stereotypical Native Americans) from burning down his base. Every time the player hits a torch or an attacker, they receive two points. As the game progresses, the player will have to be a lot more cautious as more attackers appear. If an attacker manages to set the base on fire, the player will get a miss. If the player reaches 200 or 500 points without any misses, every torch or attacker the player hits will be worth five points for 30 to 50 seconds. If the player has any misses at either score, all...

Firefox F-7

Firefox F-7

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1983

This Grandstand games console was introduced in 1983. It uses a vacuum-flourescent display to provide a space-themed shooting game. Featuring: •Exciting 3D effect •Sound effects from twin speakers •4th generation technology •3 skill evels •Joystick fighter control •Sound off switch •High and low speed control

Flagman

Flagman

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 5, 1980

Players have to press buttons that correspond with the number shown to make the pirate either hold a flag or show his feet. The better the player gets at the game, the harder the game gets. If the player presses the wrong button at any time, that player will lose a life.

Fowling

Fowling

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1992

Frog Boaster

Frog Boaster

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1992

Galaxy II

Galaxy II

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Galaxy II / Astro Wars was a shoot 'em up, with play involving four phases of dodging enemy missiles and firing back at the squadrons of alien command ships, warships and attacking fighters as well as a docking challenge for additional bonus points. Astro Wars (specifically) was made in Great Britain in 1981 by Grandstand under licence from Epoch Co., who sold the game in Japan under the title Super Galaxian (スーパーギャラクシアン). There were two versions of Astro Wars - an earlier version had the Astro Wars motif printed in red and a later version printed in white.

Galaxy Invader 1000

Galaxy Invader 1000

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released

Gold Cliff

Gold Cliff

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 19, 1988

Gold Cliff is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on October 19, 1988. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch with a light blue case and colorful printed metal plate on the cover. It opens like a compact, with an upper and lower screen. The player controls an Indiana Jones-type archaeologist character who is on a mission to acquire treasure. Stone platforms appear and disappear in a pattern, and the player must jump across them to reach a key at the top of the screen and gain entry to the temple. Action speeds as the game continues. It was one of only...

Grab Man

Grab Man

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1988

Very nice Pac Man clone. Foreign version by Biktoys (unknown).

Greenhouse

Greenhouse

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - December 6, 1982

The player controls a bug exterminator only referred to as the "Fumigator" in the manual, and the objective is to spray worms and spiders that try to eat the flowers in a greenhouse. The worms crawl along vines on the top screen, while the spiders crawl along webs on the bottom screen, and the player will have to try to hit them with a spray before they reach the flowers (which would then die, giving the player a miss). The spiders are a little more difficult to defeat, as they are killed only when sprayed closest to a flower (they simply back away when sprayed farther away). The game is a...

Helmet

Helmet

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - February 21, 1981

In this game, the player has to run across from the exit of one building and into the entrance of another while avoiding the various hardware tools that fall from the sky. Getting hit on the head by the rain of tools will issue the player a miss. The player scores by crossing the screen and waiting for five tools to drop.

Hippo Teeth

Hippo Teeth

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

Hippo Teeth (VTech, Sporty Time & Fun)

Nintendo Game & Watch

Hot Line

Hot Line

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Hot Line

Hot Line

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

Isidoro & Sonja: Caccia al Ladro

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1982

Isodoro & Sonja: Cessate il Fuoco

Isodoro & Sonja: Cessate il Fuoco

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

This is a italian only release by Polistil: Cessate Il Fuoco. Based on comic stories of Heathcliff (called Isodoro in Italy). Another game with Isodoro & Sonja is Caccia al Ladro.

Judge

Judge

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 4, 1980

After four counting sounds and three time signal sounds, the characters each hold up a placard with a number. If the player's number is larger, they must hit the opposing player with the hammer; if the player's number is smaller, they must run away. Each character earns three points for hitting the opponent and two points for dodging the opponent's attack. If both characters have the same number on their placards, the character who attacks first gets three points, while the one who dodges first gives the opponent two points. If the player dodges by mistake, the opponent will receive two...

Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Lifeboat

Lifeboat

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 25, 1983

A fire breaks out on a luxury passenger liner, forcing the passengers to abandon ship. The player needs to place a lifeboat below them to rescue them. However, only four passengers can fit into the lifeboat, so rescuers must pull it towards the shore on either side to offload the passengers. The player receives a point for every passenger who enters the lifeboat and for every passenger delivered safely to shore. As time passes, the passengers will move faster. If a passenger misses the lifeboat or the player tries to catch one in a full lifeboat, the passenger will fall into the water and get...

Lion

Lion

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 29, 1981

Here, lions are on the loose, forcing the lion tamers to use chairs to keep the lions in their cage. Each time the player keeps a lion in a cage, they earn two points. As the game progresses, the lions will move faster. If a lion escapes, the player gets a miss. At 200 and 500 points, any misses the player has will be cleared. When the player gets three misses, they receive a Game Over. Game A has two lions, while Game B has three.

Manhole (Gold)

Manhole (Gold)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - January 29, 1981

Manhole is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Gold series on January 29, 1981, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on August 24, 1983. It is the first game in the Gold series. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player must prevent pedestrians from falling into one of four sewers by temporarily bridging the open gaps with a manhole cover. The New Wide Screen version of Manhole was recreated in Game Boy Gallery and Game & Watch Gallery for Game Boy and Game & Watch Gallery 4 for Game Boy Advance. This version of Manhole was one of the cards included...

Manhole (New Wide Screen)

Manhole (New Wide Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 24, 1983

Manhole is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Gold series on January 29, 1981, and as a part of the New Wide Screen series on August 24, 1983. It is the first game in the Gold series. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. The player must prevent pedestrians from falling into one of four sewers by temporarily bridging the open gaps with a manhole cover. The New Wide Screen version of Manhole was recreated in Game Boy Gallery and Game & Watch Gallery for Game Boy and Game & Watch Gallery 4 for Game Boy Advance. This version of Manhole was one of the cards included...

Mario Bros.

Mario Bros.

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - March 14, 1983

Mario Bros. is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on March 14, 1983. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch with a maroon body. It opens like a Japanese book (to the right), with a left and right screen. Mario and Luigi are working in a bottling plant, on either side of several stacked conveyor belts. The object of the game is to move boxes of bottles through the machine without dropping any. Each brother can climb a ladder to one of three positions. Mario receives a box at the bottom right, and must be in his lowest position to move it into the...

Mario the Juggler

Mario the Juggler

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 16, 1991

Mario the Juggler is a game for the Game & Watch that was released in 1991. It is the last Game & Watch handheld. In the game, you control Mario as he juggles various objects around. The game resembles the very first Game & Watch game, simply known as Ball.

Mario's Bombs Away

Mario's Bombs Away

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - November 10, 1983

Mario's Bombs Away is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Panorama series on November 13, 1983. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. It features an unlit color LCD screen that faces downward in order to expose the translucent rear to an external light source, such as daylight. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music. The player character is a military-clad Mario who delivers bombs from left to right, and must keep them away from flaming oil spills and enemy torches. Action is viewed in a mirror that reflects the screen.

Mario's Cement Factory

Mario's Cement Factory

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 16, 1983

There are two drivers, each in a truck under a container. Mario earns a point each time he empties a load of cement from the upper hopper and two points each time he empties a load from the lower hopper. Each container can hold only three loads of cement. Allowing the containers to overflow causes cement to spill down onto the workers, hurting them and giving Mario one miss. Falling off an elevator platform also earns a miss, as well as touching the very top of the screen and getting crushed by an elevator platform, or touching the very bottom and getting shocked by the floor of the elevator....

Mario's Cement Factory (Tabletop)

Mario's Cement Factory (Tabletop)

Nintendo Game & Watch - April 28, 1983

Mario's Cement Factory is a Game & Watch video game released in both the Tabletop and New Wide Screen formats in 1983. The model number for the New Wide Screen version was ML-102, while the Tabletop's was CM-72. The model number for the Tabletop version of Mario's Cement Factory has caused some confusion, though it was revealed later than in a German magazine, an image of the game was shown and the logo read "Concrete Mixer", suggesting that the game was initially going to be called that, and explaining the model number. In the game, you'll control Mario who'll pull levers to make sure...

Merry Cook

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1989

Merry Cook (MG-04) is a Soviet clone of Nintendo's Game & Watch Wide Screen: Chef. The player controls a chef juggling around the food so that nothing touches the floor. If something does touches the floor, a mouse will pick it up and counts as a miss. Three misses will count as a game over. At irregular intervals a cat in the upper left corner will suspend a certain food item, making it harder for the player to guess which piece is flippable. Game B will have the player juggle four items, instead of the three in Game A.

Mickey & Donald

Mickey & Donald

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - November 12, 1982

Mickey & Donald is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on November 12, 1982. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch. It opens like a compact, with an upper and lower screen. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music. The goal is put out the fire in a three-story apartment building as quickly as possible. Donald operates the hose, while Mickey runs the pump. Bulges in the hose give more water for Donald to use, but require Mickey to leave the pump to stop leaks.

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - October 9, 1981

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1984

Mini Munchman

Mini Munchman

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released

Monkey

Monkey

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Monkey Jump

Monkey Jump

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1982

Arcade Time & Fun series, basically a Donkey Kong clone, also released by Innovator Electronics as Kid Kong. This is also available as a tabletop game called Wild Man Jump by Vtech (and I've also seen the tabletop released by Cheryco as Monkey Jump and Ludotronic as Hop' Man (in France)).

Motor Cross

Nintendo Game & Watch - 1983

Nightmare Before Christmas

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1993

Octopus

Octopus

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - July 16, 1981

Three scuba-divers head for a treasure under the sea, guarded by the Octopus. The divers must be patient, because the Octopus's arms are moving randomly. The player earns one point for every piece of treasure they grab and three points for returning the load to the boat. As the player progresses in the game, the Octopus's arms will move faster. Game B is faster and more difficult. All three lives are restored once the player hits 200 and 500 points.

Oil Panic

Oil Panic

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - May 28, 1982

The game is set in a gas station where a leaky pipe is dripping oil. A station employee must collect these drops in a bucket and dump them into his boss's oil drum so that he may take them to the cars waiting beside the defunct gas pumps. He also needs to be quick, as the dripping oil is right above flammable sources that will cause a major fire if the droplets made contact with them (specifically, a smoking ashtray as well as two lit stoves). The bucket can hold only three drops of oil. If a drop is missed, if the bucket overflows, or if the employee dumps his bucket anywhere but in his...

Pac Man

Pac Man

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Pancake

Pancake

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Parachute

Parachute

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 19, 1981

Parachute for the Game & Watch is game featuring skydivers parachuting over shark-infested waters. The player controls a lifeboat attempting to rescure the falling skydivers. The player must bove the lifeboat left and right to catch the skydivers. The player scores 1 point for every skydiver you successfully rescue. The number of skydivers increases (up to 10) as play progresses. When a skydiver falls into the water, he is attacked by sharks and you get a miss. If you get three misses then the game ends. There are two game modes. In Game A, the task is to catch the falling skydivers. In...

Penguin Land

Penguin Land

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1983

A very entertaining game with (again) a penguin against a seal. Avoid the bombs hitting the ground. Best way is to throw them to the other side of the iceberg, to the seal! Meanwhile you have to put 3 ice blocks together, to reach and eat the fish ... Sophisticated game for 2 players. There are 6 more games from this Double Play type.

Pinball

Pinball

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - December 5, 1983

Pinball is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Multi Screen series on December 5, 1983. It is a dual-screen single-player Game & Watch. It opens like a compact, with an upper and lower screen. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music. The player controls two flippers on the bottom screen and two on the top screen. Other pinball objects include bumpers, outlanes, rollover lanes, kickbacks and plungers. Pinball was recreated in Game & Watch Gallery 3 for Game Boy Color.

Pirate

Pirate

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Popeye

Popeye

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 5, 1981

Popeye is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Wide Screen series on August 5, 1981, as a part of the Table Top series on August 17, 1983, and as a part of the Panorama series on August 30, 1983. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music. The player controls the eponymous Popeye, who has to catch objects thrown by Olive Oyl, while at the same time avoiding Bluto's attacks. If Popeye is upright in the center of the boat, he's safe from Bluto's attacks, but he may miss objects thrown by Olive Oyl. The game speeds up as it progresses,...

Popeye (Panorama Screen)

Popeye (Panorama Screen)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 30, 1983

Popeye is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Wide Screen series on August 5, 1981, as a part of the Table Top series on August 17, 1983, and as a part of the Panorama series on August 30, 1983. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music. The player controls the eponymous Popeye, who has to catch objects thrown by Olive Oyl, while at the same time avoiding Bluto's attacks. If Popeye is upright in the center of the boat, he's safe from Bluto's attacks, but he may miss objects thrown by Olive Oyl. The game speeds up as it progresses,...

Popeye (Tabletop)

Popeye (Tabletop)

Nintendo Game & Watch - August 17, 1983

Game-Play: Popeye is also the same game as the Panorama (PG-92). Here you control Popeye left and right. You are on a bridge at the harbour fighting Brutus, who has captured Olive. Your object is to punch Brutus into the Ocean and save Olive. If you capture the can of spinach that Olive kicks down to you Brutus gets punched onto the hook.

Rain Shower

Rain Shower

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 1, 1983

The player must help the character move the clotheslines from getting his hanged clothes wet. When the player reaches 100 points, it stops raining for a brief moment before raining again, and the player receives 10 points. As the player progresses in the game, the raindrops will fall faster. If a raindrop hits a shirt, the boy will angrily wring it out and the player will get a miss. If the player gets 300 points without any misses, the points will be worth double until the player does get a miss. If the player has any misses at said score, all misses will be removed instead. On hard mode, a...

Roller Coaster

Roller Coaster

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1984

Safari

Safari

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Safebuster

Safebuster

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - January 6, 1988

A bandit named the Wily Bomber is dropping bombs from the roof of a bank onto a safe, and the player as the bank guard must catch them in a pipe. The player receives a point for every bomb they catch. The pipe can hold only three bombs, however, so the player must dispose of them in the right or left corner as they pile up. As the player disposes of bombs in the left corner, flaming torches will appear from the blast, which will eventually stop by themselves. If the player throws enough bombs into the left corner, the flaming torches will set fire to the Wily Bomber's arsenal, blowing it up...

Scramble

Scramble

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released

Shuttle Voyage

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1983

Sleepwalker

Sleepwalker

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1981

Another game from the Time & Fun series. This is the French release by Ludotronic.

Snoopy

Snoopy

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - August 3, 1983

Snoopy is a Game & Watch game released as a part of the Table Top series on June 5, 1983, and as a part of the Panorama series on August 30, 1983. It was the first game in the Panorama series. It is a single-screen single-player Game & Watch. Hirokazu Tanaka composed the game music.

Snoopy (Tabletop)

Snoopy (Tabletop)

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - June 5, 1983

Snoopy Tennis

Snoopy Tennis

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - April 28, 1982

Snoopy Tennis is a Game & Watch video game released in 1982 by Nintendo. The game was very successful, perhaps due to the Snoopy label, with Nintendo producing an estimated 1,200,000 worldwide. In the game, you control Snoopy, moving him up and down to make him hit the oncoming tennis balls with your racket. It was released on the Wide Screen format. A version of the game was released as a keychain title under the miniclassics label. The control button leaflet, which was only present in this game's box and Fire Attack's, showcases various characters from the Peanuts franchise. Unsurprisingly,...

Soldier Fighter

Soldier Fighter

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - 1986

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