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 - 2001
Goofy must explore each a part of his home which consists of 15 distinct rooms. Each room includes elements such as a blender in the kitchen or table saw in the garage that the player can interact with. The main focus of play centers around collecting the 50 film canisters and certain objects Goofy has misplaced throughout his home. In addition to this, there are several mini-games that may be accessed via the paintings in the rec room of Goofy's house if the player finds all the objects that are needed. There's mini-games that range from golf and fishing to skiing and driving (based on How to...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 13, 2002
Pirate Pig has lost his treasure, and only Dora and Boots can find it for him! But they'll need a little help from their friends, Map, Backpack, and, of course, you! Backpack has everything that you'll need to help you get past many challenging and silly obstacles! But keep an eye out for Swiper the fox... that sneaky fox will swipe what you need for the adventure!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 15, 2000
Doug makes his way to the videogame world with DOUG'S BIG GAME on Game Boy Color. You play Doug Funnie and his alter ego Quailman as you try to find your missing sweetheart, Patti Mayonnaise. You can also take on the role of your loyal pooch Porkchop, who also has own superhero alter ego: Quaildog. Solve the mystery of Patti's disappearance by searching the town of Bluffington for clues and write in your journal so you can refer to them later. Discover who is behind Patti's disappearance and her whereabouts by exploring 20 different environments from the popular TV show you're bound to bump...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 17, 2003
Do you like Green Eggs and Ham? That is the question asked by Sam I am, as he leads you through the many zany Seussian worlds in search of this somewhat odd delicacy. "Would you? Could you? In a car? On a boat? On a train? In a tree?" Use the stylized 3-dimensional game board to lead you from adventure to adventure, collecting green eggs and ham as you go. "I do so like green eggs and ham. Thank you! Thank you. Sam I am."
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 15, 2001
It's off to Dragon Land with your favorite Dragon Tales friends. Wish on Dragon Scale and get whisked away to Dragon Land. Then choose your adventure from five different fun-filled stories. While searching for Dragon Berry cupcakes, gems, and musical Notes you will travel to magical places like Puzzlewood in the Crystal Caves! So grab your Dragon Scale and let's Go!
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.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 16, 2000
The popular animated television series is now a magical hand-held game! You take on the role of a dragon that has yet to learn the secrets of flight in this exciting adventure. You'll attend Quetzal's School in the Sky, where you'll practice your wing flapping, hovering, treasure carrying, and breathing. Once your confidence is high and your skills honed, you'll enter the enchanted Dragon Land, where all sorts of mischief awaits you. Journey through 15 levels of difficult obstacles and dangerous terrain, meeting up with a few friendly faces straight out of the television show along your path....
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 6, 2001
Re-live the best moments of the classic movie, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial in this GBA title. Search for the parts to the transmitter and put it together so that E.T. can contact his homeworld (aka "Phone Home") then evade the police, FBI and scientists to get to the spaceships landing spot. Play as both E.T. and Elliott in fully interactive environments, playing levels based on key scenes in the movie (such as the home contact, bike chase and more).
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 15, 2002
He might be wrinkled and a little bit slimy on the outside, but his heart is pure gold. Perhaps the most famous cinematic space alien ever to capture kids' imaginations, E.T. stars in this delightful adventure for the Game Boy Color. The title character's green thumb comes out to make its presence known in this installation of the story (remember, E.T. is an excellent gardener). Help the little guy travel to the farthest reaches of space collecting specimens of various plants for the Cosmic Garden that lives on his spaceship. Once you've collected all of the plants, the object of the game is...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 18, 2001
If you have any doubt as to E.T.'s ability to help you get organized, witness the stunning efficiency with which he expressed his desperate need to make a phone call. There's no need for a separate digital organizer anymore, as you can now keep track of your life on a Game Boy Color. Everyone's favorite little alien being provides a calendar, an address book, a working clock, and even a "to-do" list that will keep young science fiction fans motivated and productive. There are even five mini-games included, several of which involves helping the titular mascot evade the authorities and collect...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 4, 2001
As long-time fans of the classic film know, it's not easy being a visitor on another planet. This handheld game for the GBC closely mirrors the plot of Steven Spielberg's 1982 classic science fiction masterpiece, putting you in the shoes of E.T. or his human friend, Elliot. Of course, the game's main objective is to collect the parts necessary to construct an interplanetary communicator that E.T. can use to "phone home." All the while, Earth-based authorities will try to apprehend you, so make sure you bring your wits and reflexes to the table. There are 45 quests in all, each of which...
Sony Playstation - Released - December 30, 2002
E.T. may have left Earth safely onboard his spaceship, but trouble awaits him soon after landing in this 3D PlayStation adventure. The universe is in danger and only E.T. can help save it, by finding exotic plants. As the kind-hearted alien from the 1982 film, re-released in 2002 to commemorate its 20th anniversary, players must rescue rare plants from a total of five planets: Green Planet, Ice Planet, Desert Planet, Planet Metropolis, and Earth. Each planet contains a specific number of plants to find across three levels. Worlds are also filled with hostile creatures or government agents,...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 16, 1998
Sesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure is an educational 3D action-adventure that is designed to help children ages three to six with letter recognition and basic spelling skills. This game is brought to you by Children's Television Workshop, the same company responsible for the PBS television series Sesame Street. It was released almost simultaneously with Sesame Street: Elmo's Number Journey, also for the PlayStation. In Sesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure you assume the role of the adorable red Muppet Elmo as you journey and explore three different fantasy worlds. These worlds are Big...
Sony Playstation - Released - March 10, 1999
In Sesame Street: Elmo's Number Journey you assume the role of the cuddly red Muppet Elmo as you journey and explore three different fantasy worlds. These worlds are Cookie Monster's World, Count Von Count's Castle and Ernie's Carnival in the Park. You will begin your adventure on Sesame Street, where you will meet Sesame Street characters who invite you to visit their fantasy worlds to search for numbers and play games. Before you leave Sesame Street you can interact with the characters around you as well as visit Elmo's Room, where you can practice playing the game. While in Elmo's Room you...
Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 1999
Hello Kitty makes her way on to the PlayStation with Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy. The adorable kitty, whose popularity among little girls came in the form of plush toys, pencils, backpacks and other merchandise. As Hello Kitty, the popular Japanese character, you move her by making cubes disappear or piling them up in order to get her to collect prizes. After clearing a land, you get to choose where you want to go, changing the story. The story begins when Hello Kitty falls asleep at a beach resort. When she wakes up she finds herself on a strange island surrounded by the smell of flowers....
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 28, 1999
Hello Kitty comes to the Game Boy Color with HELLO KITTY'S CUBE FRENZY. The objective of each stage is simple: Kitty must collect all of the items scattered throughout each level. However, you can only tell Kitty to move left or right, and if you are not careful, Kitty will fall off the edge and say hello to the grim reaper. Luckily, blocks fall from the sky, which can be rotated and used to create staircases and bridges to the objects. However, placing three blocks with identical colors next to each other will make them disappear; this can both help and hurt. In addition to the block...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 31, 2002
Everyone's favorite puppets are the stars of this blistering, addicting pinball extravaganza. Jim Henson's beloved creations grace every nook and cranny of this deliriously exciting handheld game, which was created specifically to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of THE MUPPETS. Play as Kermit, Miss Piggy, Animal, or a handful of other franchise characters each of which will give the table slightly different physics. There are four tables for you to master, which makes for an extremely high replay value. There are also more adjustable settings than you can shake a stick at, meaning the game...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 15, 2001
Good sportsmanship is the name of the game in this delightful series of sporting events. All of your favorite SESAME STREET characters are the competitors in these original contests, and winning (for once) is not the most important thing. Take the adorable athletes through six big time sporting events: Guide Grover through a unicycle race, lead Elmo into a roller skating contest, and push Ernie past the rapids in his own bathtub. Big Bird is along to conduct all of the post-game interviews, putting the emphasis of the events squarely on fun and fair play rather than heated competition. The...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 2001
Specifically aimed at younger children, Sesame Street Sports focuses on good sportsmanship and having fun over any sort of competition. Although its six events are called "races," there are no opponents to battle. Rather, players compete against themselves, trying to finish each track while running over icons placed around each stage. There aren't any losers in this game, and players will be praised players no matter how they finish. The events include unicycle riding, bathtub boating, sledding and inline skating. The game is filled with Sesame Street favorites, such as Big Bird, Cookie...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 1, 1999
Get ready to come and play and learn in SESAME STREET: Elmo's 123s for the Game Boy Color. Preschoolers love Elmo it's a simple fact of life and your kids or siblings will have a fun time here while they learn their numbers. There are four basic math concepts to be enjoyed: addition, subtraction, counting, and number pattern recognition. Elmo is the official welcoming committee to visitors from the Planet Zap, and he needs help counting all the stars so his visiting outerspace pals will turn the Sesame Street lights back on. Four cheerful and challenging games await: "How Many Stars," "Beam...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 1, 1999
Sesame Street: Elmo's ABCs is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Bonsai Entertainment Corp. and published by NewKidCo, which was released in 1999.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 15, 1999
Preschoolers are in for a wonderful alphabet-packed good time. Join Elmo and his Sesame Street pals in wonderful 3D action adventures as he swims, drives, and blasts off into a vibrantly colored world of video game fun! Helps children ages 3 - 6 with letter recognition and basic spelling skills. Three skill levels easily adjustable by parent or child. Features voices from the beloved TV show.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 30, 1999
Preschoolers are in for a wonderful number-packed good time. Explore magical worlds with Elmo and his Sesame Street friends as he snowboards, jetskis, and drives off on an exciting video game adventure! Helps children ages 3 - 6 with number recognition and basic math skills. Three skill levels easily adjustable by parent or child. Features voices from the beloved TV show.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - October 1, 1999
Sesame Street: The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland is an Action game, developed by Bonsai Entertainment Corp. and published by NewKidCo, which was released in 1999.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 1, 2000
Winnie the Pooh needs YOU! How can he throw a party without honey? Play as Tigger and run, jump, and bounce around the 100 Acre Wood in search of Pooh's "most favorite" snack. Along the journey there'll be plenty of challenges - blustery blowing leaves to ride, icy terrain, falling boulders, menacing bees, pesky bats and more. Earn Tigger's very special "Tiggertastic Bounce" as a bonus!
Sony Playstation - Released - October 27, 1998
In Tiny Toon Adventures: The Great Beanstalk, you play as the pint-sized cartoon star Plucky Duck. The game is a wacky fairy-tale-gone-wrong, in which you explore eight different areas in a scavenger hunt based on nursery rhymes. With Buster Bunny bouncing along at your side and Babs Bunny providing helpful clues, you attempt to make your way up the titular beanstalk. When you obtain an item you've been asked to find, you receive part of a key; get all three parts of a key and you get the chance to steal a valuable prize from the mysterious giant. Prizes include the goose that laid...
Microsoft Xbox - December 6, 2003
Throw a cat, mouse, and more than 75 weapons in the same room and you're sure to have a war. Tom & Jerry: War of the Whiskers lets you choose from nine different characters, including Jerry the mouse and his feline nemesis Tom. You then duke it out in 11 destructible environments--battlefields which range from a twisted laboratory to an unstable construction site. Each character has their own strengths, weaknesses, and moves, but skillful use of weaponry can quickly turn a match in one's favor.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 12, 2000
One-on-one fighting! Tag team tournaments! Just choose your character and then select the location. All the environments are modeled after scenes from your favorite Tom & Jerry episodes. An "All-Star" line-up of characters such as Tom, Jerry, Butch, Spike, Tuffy, and Duckling help to make this the ultimate Tom & Jerry experience! Weapons include shovels, bombs, red-hot pokers, tennis rackets, furniture and an assortment of fruit, plus there are countless other tricks, traps and surprises to be found. It doesn't get any better than this. So go to your corner, wait for the bell and come out...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - March 14, 2003
Tom is in deep trouble again! After getting flattened by a grand piano, he finds himself in the "Underworld", boiling in a cauldron of Mephi-Spikele's cat stew. In order to restore Tom's good karma and return him to a normal life, he must successfully perform missions that have been outlined by a heavenly emissary. If he fails... the pitchfork awaits!!!
Nintendo Game Boy Color - December 1, 2000
The most beloved cat and mouse team in cartoondom is together again in TOM AND JERRY IN MOUSE ATTACKS! for the Game Boy Color. Developer NewKidCo has gone all out to ensure this platform-jumping, pie-splattering, mini-game bursting title is fit for kids of all ages. In hectic, side-scrolling mayhem, you take control of everyone's favorite little brown mouse Jerry and work your way through five danger-filled levels in an attempt to free your kidnapped pals from the clutches of Tom. Collect as many golden items as you can as you open doors leading to a wide variety of challenging mini-games...
Nintendo GameCube - November 18, 2002
Are you ready to kick some butt with Tom and Jerry and friends? With your choice over 75 weapons, you can duke it out in unique levels such as Frankenmouse, a twisted laboratory, or Towering Infurno, an unstable construction site! Be Prepared for the ultimate game of "Cat and Mouse"!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 22, 2002
Are you ready to kick some butt with Tom and Jerry and friends? With your choice of over 75 weapons, you can duke it out in unique levels such as Frankenmouse, a twisted laboratory, or Towering Infurno, an unstable construction site! Be prepared for the ultimate game of "Cat and Mouse"!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2001
Jerry has unwittingly gotten a prized magic ring stuck on his head! Now he must find a way to get it off before Tom removes it by force. Playing as either Tom OR Jerry, jump into the "run and fight" game play, use a multitude of weapons, and have a blast re-creating the slapstick action of classic Tom and Jerry cartoons.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 1, 2000
Join Winnie the Pooh and his friends as they come to the Game Boy Color in WINNIE THE POOH: Adventures in the 100 Acre Wood. You must help Pooh get to a certain place on the game board within a specified number of dice rolls. Along the way, he will encounter his friends Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, and Eeyore, who will play along with Pooh and open mini-games for the loveable bear to store in his cupboard. The mini-games will have the player helping Pooh look for honey, exercise, fish, get unstuck from Rabbit's hole, bounce with Tigger, and catch acorns. The more you play WINNIE THE POOH:...