Windows - November 7, 2001
A fantasy RTS combining a unique Living Resource System with a detailed combat model. After seven years of exile, Kenji returns to his war-torn homeland. Will he rise above his bitterness and liberate the land under the Dragon Clan flag, or will he give in to his darker side and conquer it as his father's Serpent Clan did so many years ago? Regardless of Kenji's choice, his actions will force him into conflict with the sinister Lotus Clan, the noble Wolf Clan and a mysterious foe from the past.
Windows - November 11, 2002
Battle Realms: Winter of the Wolf is a stand-alone expansion to Battle Realms, so it doesn't require that players own the original game. The expansion adds new structures, units, and heroes for each of Battle Realms' four clans. It has 12 single-player campaigns and 30 multiplayer maps. The prequel's 12 new scenarios take place seven years before the events depicted in the original game, and they reveal how the Wolf clan, one of the game's four playable factions, rose from slavery under the Lotus clan.
Sony PSP - Released - August 21, 2007
Brunswick Pro Bowling is a bowling simulation game. In Career mode, after creating an avatar, players compete against the computer to work their way up from amateur to professional. The player character will increase in skill (e.g. strength, accuracy) and earn money while playing. This money can be used to buy clothing or a new bowling ball, which also affects skill. Quick Play mode, as the name suggests, allows for a quick round of bowling for one to four players. Making a throw is a little bit different depending on the platform the game is played on. Lining up on the alley to decide the direction of the ball stays the same, but on PlayStation 2 and PSP it's also necessary to set its spin. The next step is rolling the ball. On the Wii this is done by swinging the Wiimote and releasing the trigger button, where the speed of the release determines the spin of the ball. In the other versions a sickle-shaped meter is shown; pulling down on the analog stick sets the accuracy, and pushing it forward the strength of the release.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 28, 2006
A totally authentic Pinball Experience capturing all the sights and sounds of a real arcade. Play Eleven of the greatest Gottlieb Pinball Tables ever created, all featuring real pinball table mechanics, graphics and sound. With 6 different camera angles to play in, Multi-Player tournaments with up to 4 players competing against each other, plus hidden extras such as ‘unlockable’ features and tables make Gottlieb Pinball Classics the most-accurate pinball simulation ever,
Sony PSP - Released - April 24, 2007
Hard Rock Casino is a gambling simulation game which includes over 20 different gambling games including Slots, 5 various forms of Poker, Blackjack, Baccarat, Craps, Roulette and Pai Gow as well as horse race and sports betting. There are unique, and sometimes influential, NPC characters to meet and play against, side tasks to complete, invitation only tournaments and unlockables for enhancing your customized character. The game also features a tutorial accessed from the main menu There are three game modes, Adventure, Quick Play, and Poker Tournaments. In Adventure mode the player creates an identity and starts in the Hard Rock Casino. They are free to play any game but must complete a set of goals before they can unlock the next casino. While playing at the Hard Rock they may also be asked to undertake challenges, or side tasks, in which they can earn extra money. In one such challenge a customer complains that a slot machine is broken because it does not pay out so the manager offers $100 as a reward for getting a winning line on that machines maximum bet. Quick play allows the player access to all the games in the unlocked casinos playing as a randomly selected game character. Here there are no goals or challenges.Poker Tournaments gives the player instant access to the same poker tournaments that are available in both Adventure and Quick play modes however the Adventure mode has a greater variety of table limits. There are four different casinos in which to play, each with its own games, house rules and table limits. Players start with a modest amount of money, $1000, in the Hard Rock. The object is, naturally, to win lots more and earn a high enough reputation to be able to play in invitation-only tournaments and high stakes games. The major goal is to become the "Hard Rock High Roller".
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 22, 2002
Jet Ion GP is set in the year 2040, a time when petrol prices have risen as oil-wells start to run dry. The future of mankind lies in the new technology of Cold Fusion but this is being suppressed by the oil companies who are more powerful than governments. Pilot Jet Jevons leads a rebel faction who learn of this and they fight to give the power back to the governments. He does this by competing in high powered races around the world. Jet Ion GP is a futuristic racing game for one or two players in which the player(s) pilot high speed aircraft around three dimensional courses avoiding obstacles and dodging enemy fire. All the courses are marked by a ribbon in the sky which the pilot needs to follow because that ribbon is what the craft draw power from. Straying too far from the ribbon means they lose speed, energy, and probably the race. Besides Jet Jevons there are other pilots and teams in the race and the player can fly as any of them. The game can be played in four modes: The Grand Prix mode where the player must qualify for and then compete in a series of five races. Grand Prix' are competed in in five levels of difficulty, Standard, Expert B, Expert A, Master B, Master A, and Master S but only Standard is available at the beginning of the game and as the player progresses additional courses and craft are unlocked. As the player progresses through the race calendar additional vehicles become available, the courses become harder, and the races become longer. Single Spot where the player qualifies for and competes in a single race. Time Attack where the player attempts to beat the track record for a course. VS which is the two player head-to-head game.
Windows - Released - 1999
If you need an adrenaline rush, Killer Loop might be just your thing: Step into your magnetic glider and race through lots of roller-coaster like tracks full of curves and loops, psyched up by pumping techno beats. There are of course power-ups scattered on the track that may be picked up, including weapon systems to get rid of your enemies.
Sony PSP - Released - October 23, 2007
Napoleon Dynamite: The Game is a video game based on the film, Napoleon Dynamite. The game was released Oct 23, 2007. Travel through the wacky world of Napolean Dynamite. Step into the moon boots of Napoleon Dynamite and relive some flippin sweet movie moments and 25 mini games! Features • Over 20 mini-games including Feed Tina, BMX Bike Jumping and many others• Play as your favorite characters including Napoleon, Pedro, Uncle Rico and other.
Sony PSP - Released - February 26, 2008
Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection is another entry in the PHOF budget series. Included in the PS2 version are eight authentic pinball tables, some of the best from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. The tables are: Black Knight (1980) Firepower (1980) Funhouse (1990) Gorgar (1979) Pinbot (1986) Space Shuttle (1984) Taxi (1988) Whirlwind (1988) The 3DS version contains all the tables mentioned above minus Firepower. The PSP and Wii versions add two additional tables: Jive Time (1970) Sorcerer (1985) The PS3 and XBox 360 versions add three more tables: Medieval Madness (1997) No Good Gofers (1997) Tales of the Arabian Knights (1996) The pinball tables can be combined with multi-player competitions that feature up to four players. The game includes table art and audio galleries. For the PSP version, the game can be played vertically from a top-down view with a larger playing field. The Wii version offers a control options where the movements with the Wiimote mimic flippers of a real pinball table. The PS3 and XBox 360 versions feature 1080p display, sharper textures, online high score boards, and new achievements/trophies.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 8, 2001
Razor Freestyle Scooter is an extreme-sports style action game modeled around small, nimble scooters. In contrast to most games of this type, there is a story. A crazed giant robot has kidnapped your skating buddies. By completing skating challenges at the robot's sky fortress, you must rescue your friends. You skate around 3 large areas and attempt to perform wild tricks, collect scooter wheels, and earn bonus time. By completing an objective on all 3 areas, you unlock a sky fortress level in which you can rescue a new skater to control.
Sega Dreamcast - Released - October 31, 2000
The agreement between the Earth Council and the Haak Delegates came about, not through political or military means, but by financial measures. Three years after their mother-ship first orbited the earth the Haak were invited to the surface in peace and in the search for mutual rewards. This agreement has been upheld for 7 years with only the occasional backlash causing small localised human/Haak conflict but the Haak have kept up their end of the bargain - until now. We have started to lose contact with the human installations around the Haak settlements. The first three recon forces sent to investigate the disturbances were shot out of the air. The Red Dog Tactical Response Team is now preparing for war. As commander of the Red Dog assault vehicle, your job is to rid our people of the now aggressive Haak forces currently occupying the continents of planet earth. Good Luck - Don't dent the tank!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 30, 2007
SnoCross 2 features three-time Winter X Games gold winner "Air" Blair Morgan, the most dominant and influential rider in the history of snocross. Punch the throttle and hang on as you blast some insane terrain and push your sled to the limit on serious whoop sections and awesome hills. SnoCross 2 includes over 30 expansive tracks, fully customizable characters, and an amazing trick system that lets you perform jaw-dropping signature moves. Follow the action with first- and third-person adjustable race cam, and between races customize your gear with unlockable sponsor equipment. Design your own courses and share them with friends, and challenge up to 3 other sledheads online.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 15, 2005
Strike Force Bowling is a video game of the sports genre released in 2004 by LAB Rats. A previous game, Fast Lanes Bowling, was published by Enlight Software. The two games are very similar sharing the same physics engine and graphics, although Strike Force featured more locations as well as left-handed, and reverse-hook bowlers. LAB Rats assisted in the development of Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling so the game has the same physics engine, but has a more fantasy-oriented theme. Strike Force features 14 places to Bowl (12 in Fast Lanes) and 8 Playable characters. There are only 7 locations, but each has its own "nighttime" variant which is unlocked as a secret stage. It also features Golf Mode, Challenge Mode, Skins, and Tournaments. There are also 14 different bowling balls to use, such as the Lightning, and level specific ones like the Bone Crasher and Pharaoh's Magic.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 28, 2004
Trigger Man is an action game where the main protagonist Trigger Man works for the Coladangelo Family, who is on the brink of a mafia-style war with the rival Montagano Family, which believes Don Coladangelo is responsible of the death of their Don's son. Shown from a third-person perspective players need to visit typical locations such as villas, restaurants and casinos to take down members of the opposing family. Next to the basic action missions there is some focus on stealth and escorting too. Some sections require a key to be found in order to progress. While fighting, there is a focus on head shots, as enemies can take a lot of bullets in other body parts before going down. There are eight missions in total. There are different types of weapons including a blade, machine guns and sniper rifles, but only a small amount of clips can be carried. Enemies hardly ever leave anything behind, so ammo crates need to be hunted down.
Nintendo DS - Released - November 24, 2009
Take an exciting journey on your Nintendo DS and learn about the real-life story of Winter the Dolphin. Based on the Scholastic Book from the #1 New York Times Best Selling Authors of Owen & Mzee, the game includes the fully interactive book “Winter’s Tail” read by the authors Juliana, Isabella and Craig Hatkoff. The game will tell Winter's story in a variety of ways - both in storybook format and by using mini-games to illustrate important points during the narrative. The goals of the game are to: Engage the player in the true life story of Winter Inspire the player as to how their differences do not have to limit their potential Increase empathy for those who are differently abled Engage players in storytelling Inform the player about dolphin training and conservation Highlights & Key Features: An interactive adaptation of the book: Featuring photos, animations, and voice-over. Literacy support: With voice-over and per word highlighting as the voice-over is heard, and some keywords tappable to get definitions or pronunciation, the game enhances literacy progress. Accessible: A first for a Nintendo DS game, the game will include accessibility options to allow enjoyment by children with motor skills or other challenges Story-telling: With a make-my-own book mode, children are given the building blocks to tell Winter's tale their way, encouraging a sense of authorship. Interactive play: Microgames punctuate the story at key points, providing some tactile immersion in key story beats. Coloring book: Purely creative experience of the story, while listening to the story if desired. Collectibles: Collect photos and coloring book pages you find hidden in the text. These are used in Make-My-Own book and the coloring mode.
Sony PSP - Released - August 9, 2006
Do you have what it takes to square off against the world’s toughest players like Howard Lederer, Annie Duke, Robert Williamson III, Marcel Luske, Thomas Bihl and Erin Ness? You’ll need superb skills, nerves of steel and a stone-cold poker face to win the pot in this latest version of World Championship Poker featuring Howard Lederer: All-In. Features • Play 19 of today’s favorite poker variations from Texas Hold’em and Five-Card Stud to Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw and Razz• Compete against the amazing likenesses, play styles and signature personality traits of six of the world’s best professional poker players• Become your own card champion with an enhanced Create-a-Character mode including more variations of skin tone, clothes, hats, and accessories• Experience an enhanced look-and-feel, with more realistic characters and advanced animations something happening all the time!• Discover six new themed poker environments to host the action with multi-table online tournament capabilities• Challenge yourself like never before with smarter AI that actually thinks ahead