Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Angel Collection 2: Pichimo Ni Narou is a fashion-simulation title for the Japanese GBA. This game features models from the Pichi Lemon fashion magazine, who appear in animated form using their real names. Players are able to help out the editorial staff of the magazine as you meet up with all the various girls. Over 300 fashion items appear in the game, helping you hone your fashion skills as you work your way through a story. Also features a make-up studio (the make-up has to match the overall outfit), plenty of random events, the Pichiremon headquarters, an officially licensed...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance
Angel Collection is a Strategy game, developed and published by MTO, which was released in Japan in 2003.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 13, 2003
Ao Zora To Nakama Tachi - Yume No Bouken is a platform game that was released in Gameboy Advance and Playstation One consoles in 2003. The game features Ao Zora that is a blue elephant that transport in his back a friend animal in a plataform game with a boss stage at the end of the level that can be defeated after a riddle contest. Ao Zora is the mascot character of Aozora Bank, The game is divided into 2 different part: A platform part with jumping parts and eliminate the enemies that come across the players character, and the end of boss level that features a quiz challenge with more...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2002
A cartoony action platformer starring Aozora Bank company mascot Aozora and his companions Houhou, Pipi and Chichi, Pyonpyon, Kyuu and Keroro. A Playstation version was developed alongside the Game Boy Advance version. More about the Aozora Bank and its mascots http://www.aozorabank.co.jp/kojin/aozora/
Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 15, 1999
Card Captor Sakura: Itsumo Sakura-chan to Issho! is an Adventure game developed and published by MTO, which was released in Japan in 1999. The goal is to collect all of the missing Clow cards by finding Sakura in her house, talking to her, and coaxing her to go on adventures. But in order to do that, you need to be in the right place at the right time, as the game utilizes an internal real-time clock.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - October 6, 2000
Cardcaptor Sakura: Tomoeda Shougakkou Daiundoukai is a game for the Nintendo Game Boy Color. The game takes place at Tomoeda Elementary during the school's Sports Day.
Nintendo GameCube - June 20, 2003
The Wii game GT Pro Series or GT Cube as the Japanese-only GameCube release, is a cel-shaded racing game that is a soft-simulation of real-world racing. The game allows you access to over 80 tunable vehicles from ten different Japanese manufacturers. Many of these cars are locked and must be obtained by playing through the game. In addition, there are several modes of play to use them on, which are Championship, Quick Race, Time Attack, Versus, and Drift-Combo. A fairly standard staple in the racing genre, the Championship is a rather straight forward career mode. In this mode, you have...
Sony PSP - Released - December 10, 2009
Kurulin Fusion is an hypnotic blend of color, geometry, puzzle action and a futuristic soundtrack featuring renowned Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu's reimagining of J.S. Bach. The game combines a fusion block and energy orb to score points. Fuse blocks together to obtain an even higher score, or build a 3X3 combo for the ultimate payoff. You can even challenge a friend in multiplayer.
Nintendo Wii - October 7, 2008
The actions of cute puppies are super fun! Refreshing action puzzle game! The rule is very easy. Just "turn around and connect"! Put a colorful puppy piece falling from above into a dog house of the same color and get a score. Massive chain & feeling refreshed at a stroke! In the case of a pinch, you can aim for a reversal with a special move "Kururin Smash". During the game, there are plenty of different modes such as "Kururin alone" that wins five courses, "Fighting Kururin" with up to 4 battle fun! In the "Everyday Kururin" mode where you can see the growth of Kururin in the graph,...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 15, 2000
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 20, 2001
Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 29, 2001
Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 16, 2001
Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 5, 2002
Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 28, 2000
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 24, 2000
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 11, 2000
Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 11, 2000
Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 27, 2001
Sony Playstation - Released - January 15, 1998
First game in the Option Tuning Car Battle games for the Playstation console. The game is about compete in urban racers against a computer car and try to win him in streets full of traffic. The more races the player win more parts of the car and upgrades are avaliable and more circuits and car are opened. The game features different car models to drive, different circuits and different car parts to upgrade the cars.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 11, 2000
Option Tuning Car Battle Spec R is the third game in the Option Tuning Car Battle games for the Playstation console. The game is about compete in urban racers against a computer car and try to win him in streets full of traffic. The more races the player win more parts of the car and upgrades are avaliable and more circuits and car are opened. The game features different car models to drive, different circuits and different car parts to upgrade the cars. There are two games modes: - Arcade: There are 4 group classes with 6 models of cars - Challenge: There are 4 group classes with 6...