Microsoft Xbox One - October 13, 2015
Back to the Future: The Game is an episodic point-and-click adventure role-playing video game based on the Back to the Future film franchise.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 13, 2015
Six months after Back to the Future Part III, the DeLorean time machine mysteriously returns to Hill Valley – driverless! Marty McFly must once again go back in time, or else the space-time continuum will be forever unraveled! Featuring Christopher Lloyd as Doc Brown, Tom Wilson as Biff Tannen, and Claudia Wells as Jennifer Parker, with a special appearance by Michael J. Fox, and introducing A.J. LoCascio voicing Marty McFly. Created in cooperation with movie series Co-Writer and Producer, Bob Gale. Includes an exclusive retrospective behind the scenes video, featuring an interview with Bob...
Arcade - Released - 1980
Devil Zone was produced by Universal in 1980. A spaceship fights against wave after wave of alien demons.
Arcade - Released - 1984
Do! Run Run, known as Super Pierrot in Japan, is the fourth and final incarnation of Mr. Do!, the Universal video game mascot. Returning to his Mr. Do! roots, the clown has a bouncing powerball with which to hurl at monsters. What makes this game novel is that instead of burrowing through the ground to get at cherries, Mr. Do runs along the playfield picking up dots, and leaving a line behind him, which the player is encouraged to create closed off sections with, which turn any dots left behind into cherries.
Arcade - Released - 1990
Football Champ is an arcade-style football (soccer) video game. The game was produced by Team Dogyan developers in Japan, and originally released in the arcades by Taito in 1990. Euro Football Champ and Hat Trick Hero, released in 1992, are versions of this game with minor variations. Subsequent arcade releases of this game include Hat Trick Hero '93 (Japan) and Hat Trick Hero '95 (Japan, also released as Taito Power Goal). The player must first choose one of eight national football teams, followed by a star player from a choice of four available for each team. In the game, a win is...
Arcade - Released - 1985
Indoor Soccer is a Sports game, developed and published by Universal, which was released in 1985.
Arcade - Released - 1984
Jumping Jack, a scrolling computer game that was created by Stuart and Albert Ball, eventually became known as Leggit when it was released for the arcade. In 1983, Jumping Jack first became available on a home computer gaming system known as ZX Spectrum. Shortly thereafter, Imagine Software purchased developing and publishing rights to the game, and released the game under the title Leggit! Jack, the main character, originally appeared as a crudely drawn, black stick figure. By the time that Jumping Jack made it to the arcade in 1984, all of the characters as well as the background was...
Arcade - Released - 1981
You control a Ladybug that moves around a maze eating dots while avoiding poison and pursuing insects. The maze has revolving doors that can be used to thwart the insects. Collect letters to form the word "EXTRA" and receive an extra life or spell "SPECIAL" to earn free credits. A Pac-Man-style maze game. Collect the dots and avoid the poison while dodging pursuing insects. If an insect hits some poison it dies. The maze has revolving wall sections that turn when you walk into them. Collect bonus dots for an increased score and letters to spell out "EXTRA" for an extra life or "SPECIAL" for...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 15, 2000
After being chased by a Sharptooth while returning a stolen egg, Littlefoot, Cera, Ducky, and Spike become lost in the Great Beyond. Players control the four prehistoric pals as they each must find the way back home in The Land Before Time: Return to the Great Valley for PlayStation. Journeying through five 3D levels, the characters must collect treestars while avoiding perilous pitfalls. Levels contain interactive elements, such as plants and tar bubbles. Depending upon the selected character, players can make use of tail whipping, head butting, and other abilities to build bridges, ride...
Arcade - Released - 1983
Mr. Do!'s Castle (known in Japan as Mr. Do vs. Unicorns) is an action platform game which has you in a castle consisting of several floors, each of which contain a variety of blocks. You control Mr. Do! the clown who has a hammer which can be used to knock out the blocks in the floor. Wandering throughout the castle are deadly unicorns which are constantly trying to catch you. Your goal is to earn as many points as possible and to progress through the increasingly difficult castles. There are two ways to complete a castle; you can either destroy all of the deadly unicorns by crushing them...
Arcade - Released - 1982
Mrs. Dynamite is an Action game, developed and published by Universal, which was released in 1982. Run around a labyrinth dodging monsters while picking up dynamite to use against your foes.
Arcade - Released - 1980
Space Panic was produced by Universal in 1980. You control an astronaut who ventures through caverns beneath a planet. Climb ladders and move from floor to floor avoiding alien creatures. Trap the aliens by digging holes for them to fall into and then hit them over the head to eliminate them. A game remarkably similar to Lode Runner, you play an astronaut with limited oxygen (time) chased around by various space aliens. Your only method of dealing with these multicolored threats from space is to dig a hole, lure it into a hole and then manually fill up the hole with the alien in it....
Arcade - Released - January 1, 1984
The idea for this animated laserdisc game comes from the movies and novels about Don Quixote, the legendary Spanish knight. In this game, the character looks very young and does not have a mustache. Also, he has a sword for a weapon and his faithful sidekick Sancho Panza follows him around although he does nothing to assist the hero. An assortment of mythical creatures including demons, dragons, skeletons and so on are encountered throughout the game. The game ends when Don Quixote kills the evil witch and rescues Isabella.
Arcade - Released - December 1, 1980
Zero Hour is a top view shooter where you control a spacecraft in multiple directions and try to blast and destroy three alien ships at the top of the screen. As you blast them, you will encounter meteors falling down the screen which can be avoided or shot, and other alien ships dropping bombs. If you hit a meteor, alien ship or its bombs then you lose one of three lives. Once the three aliens have been destroyed and the screen cleared of meteors and aliens, then you move to a bonus screen. Your ship falls down the screen, and you have to land on a landing pad for a bonus score. Two players...