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1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle a Table

1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle a Table

Nintendo DS - Released - July 2, 2010

Over 1,000 tempting recipes with step-by-step instructions Build a full menu using personalised recommendations for any course Take advantage of expert wine and cheese recommendations to complement your menu Create your own recipes and send them to friends and family Voice recognition allows a “hands-off” approach while cooking Create recipes from whatever you have to hand in the fridge

1080° Avalanche

1080° Avalanche

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 28, 2003

1080° Avalanche is a snowboarding game for the Nintendo GameCube, developed by Nintendo's in-house development studio, NST, and published by Nintendo. Avalanche is a sequel to 1080° Snowboarding for the Nintendo 64. The game has an emphasis on racing, rather than doing tricks, in contrast to other popular snowboarding games, such as the SSX series. It can output in 480p and Dolby Pro Logic II and supports four players on one GameCube as well as LAN play with up to four GameCubes.

1080º Snowboarding

1080º Snowboarding

Nintendo 64 - Released - February 28, 1998

You’re taking a Tahoe 155 snowboard down a steep, bumpy incline at night and you’re about to top off an Indy Nosebone with a 360° Air, and you haven’t even left your living room! You’re Playing 1080° (Ten Eighty) Snowboarding, a game so intense you’ll be brushing the snow off your goggles. With five different boarders, eight different Lamar snowboards, more than 25 tricks, a Half-Pipe and six different courses, this is as close as you’ll get to the real thing without hopping on the next ski lift. * Six game modes and courses! * 2-Player simultaneous play! * Over 25 different tricks! *...

10-Yard Fight

10-Yard Fight

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 30, 1985

You're the quarterback in this amazingly real football game! Enjoy realistic grid-iron action as you move your team up and down the field to victory! Run, pass, kick, punt -- you call the plays in this true-to-life football game. Play against the computer, or against a friend, for hours of real football action. The sights, the sounds and the plays are so real, you'll think you're right on the fifty yard line!

1-2-Switch

1-2-Switch

Nintendo Switch - Released - March 3, 2017

1-2-Switch is a party game in which players do not usually rely on what is happening on a screen, but rather make use of audio cues and the functionality of the Switch's Joy-Con controllers to play in several different games. It features 28 different minigames, most of which involve two players, who each use one of the Joy-Con controllers and are often encouraged to look at each other during gameplay. Aside from tutorial videos for each game, players mostly rely solely on audio cues and feedback from the Joy-Con's rumble feature to indicate how well they are playing each game

2 Games in 1: Dr. Mario + Puzzle League

2 Games in 1: Dr. Mario + Puzzle League

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 28, 2005

Dr. Mario/Puzzle League are recreations of two of Nintendo's most popular puzzle creations. Though Dr. Mario has already been released on the GBA as a Classic NES Series title, the version included in the dual-pack is enhanced specifically for the Game Boy Advance hardware instead of a straight emulation of the original NES title. Puzzle League was originally brought to life as Tetris Attack, but then rebranded on the Game Boy Color as Pokemon Puzzle Challenge a few years back. The GBA version is also enhanced for the GBA's much more capable graphics hardware.

25th Anniversary SUPER MARIO BROS.

25th Anniversary SUPER MARIO BROS.

Nintendo Wii - Released - 2010

As part of the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros., this game was installed as a channel on some Nintendo Wii Systems sold around late 2010. It was advertised as "the NES classic with a fun touch". It is exactly the same as Super Mario Bros., except all the question mark blocks have the number 25 on them. The copyright year on the title screen has also been updated to reflect the anniversary.

3D Classics: Excitebike

3D Classics: Excitebike

Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 6, 2011

The original Excitebike game returns, re-mastered with Nintendo's 3D technology and available exclusively via Nintendo eShop! Tackle perilous obstacle courses alone or face off against rival bikers as you compete in white-knuckle motocross races that pit you against the clock. Make good time, and you might get a chance to race in a legendary Excitebike rally. Or if you feel the need for customized speed, create your own tracks to race on using the intuitive Course Editor feature that now lets you save up to 32 dream courses of your own design! Get ready for the ride of your life - with 3D...

3D Classics: Kid Icarus

Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 23, 2012

Relive Pit’s first adventure in the 3D Classics: Kid Icarus game as you venture from the depths of the underworld up to the heights of the sky palace. The evil goddess Medusa has stolen the Three Sacred Treasures and imprisoned the goddess of light, Palutena, in an evil plot to control all. Play in 2D or 3D as Pit, a young angel who has been entrusted with a magical bow and arrow. Fight against hordes of enemies that swoop from above and below. Secure the Three Sacred Treasures from their evil guardians, equip them and face Medusa in the final battle. Are you the stuff of legend? Restore peace...

3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure

3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure

Nintendo 3DS - November 17, 2011

3D Classics: Urban Champion

3D Classics: Urban Champion

Nintendo 3DS - Released - August 18, 2011

3D Classics: Xevious

3D Classics: Xevious

Nintendo 3DS - July 21, 2011

Re-mastered exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system. Fly Solvalou in a battle against Xevious forces. 3D Classics: Xevious revisits the popular vertical-scrolling arcade game, bringing back favorite elements of the original that can be enjoyed in 2D or 3D. In this enhanced version, view Solvalou from a mid-air perspective and gauge incoming fire from down below while the scenery and aerial enemies fly by. Pilot the advanced fighter-bomber through 16 hazardous areas and destroy as many targets as possible. Annihilate the Andor Genesis for extra points and earn a place among the high...

3D Tetris

3D Tetris

Nintendo Virtual Boy - Released - March 22, 1996

The mesmerizing force of Tetris returns with virtual style! This thrilling animated puzzler takes dexterity and split-second timing to the extreme with dimensional blocks and challenging planes. 3-D Tetris propels players at a demanding pace where quick response and strategy rule. Tetris devotees of all levels will crave this latest sensation of brain-teasing fun!

4 Nin Uchi Mahjong

4 Nin Uchi Mahjong

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 2, 1984

4 Nin Uchi Mahjong is a simple mahjong game. It allows players to compete against three computer opponents instead of one. The game is made with a single 16kbyte PROM and 8kbyte CHROM, thus it does not use any special mapper chips.

Advance Wars

Advance Wars

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 10, 2001

The battle lines have been drawn, and an elite group of sly strategists is massing troops at your borders. You'll have to command ground, air and naval forces if you hope to survive the coming wars, and it won't be easy. With 114 maps to battle on and both the Single-Pak and Multi-Pak link modes, Advance Wars brings turn-based strategy to a depth never before seen on a handheld!

Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 23, 2003

While the Allied Nations were still recovering from the war in Cosmo Land, the Black Hole Army had already recovered and has decided to launch a large-scale invasion on Macro Land. Along with the original Black Hole army's commanding officers, four new COs were recruited, under the command of Sturm. Sturm orders each Black Hole CO to invade and capture each of the four continents controlled by the four other armies from the original game. The four allied armies must now work together to drive Black Hole out of their world once and for all.

Advance Wars: Days of Ruin

Advance Wars: Days of Ruin

Nintendo DS - Released - January 21, 2008

Days of Ruin takes place in an entirely new world where a large-scale meteor shower triggered massive global destruction that eradicated 90 percent of the population. After the catastrophe, the survivors have formed together into militaristic bands that are warring over the last remaining scraps of civilization. You'll take control of Will, a young military cadet (whose hair is admittedly just a little spiky) who quickly becomes embroiled in the conflict at the outset of the game.

Advance Wars: Dual Strike

Advance Wars: Dual Strike

Nintendo DS - Released - August 22, 2005

Advance Wars: Dual Strike is the third installment in the Advance Wars series (first on DS media). Advance Wars is the international title of the Wars video game series, which dates back to the Family Computer game Famicom Wars in 1988. The storyline is a continuation of the previous series and is set in the new location of Omega Land. Black Hole has returned under the leadership of a new commander who seeks to give himself eternal life by draining the energy of Omega Land. The Allied Nations struggle to overcome this threat and are eventually joined by several former Black Hole commanding...

Adventures of Lolo

Adventures of Lolo

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995

Announcing a new GameBoy cartridge in the "Adventure of Lolo" series - featuring Lolo and Lala, and introducing their child, Lulu! The "Adventures of Lolo" series consists of multi-level, puzzle type games. The levels in this new game include the Entry Level, "First Steps in Eden," the intermediate Level, "Dance and Music," the Advanced Level, "Let's go to Gentryland," and the challenging Pro Level. Each of these levels is made up of many different stages, with a total of 144 scenes in the game as a whole! Different scenery and monsters appear at each stage. Some parts of the game have a...

Aladdin Magic Racer

Aladdin Magic Racer

Nintendo Wii - December 27, 2011

Have you ever dreamed of flying a magic carpet through wild race tracks in the midst of scenery inspired by the most beautiful places in the universe? Then it's time to take the controls!

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland

Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 4, 2000

Take Alice on the adventure of her life in this side-scrolling action game based on the classic Disney animated movie. In this single-player adventure, you'll guide Alice through over 20 levels in a crazy world that defies imagination. In a gameplay twist right out of the movie, Alice will have to shrink herself or grow to accomplish some level goals. You'll run into many familiar faces from the vintage tale as well, including the one responsible for getting Alice into this whole mess, the White Rabbit. Brightly-colored graphics move the story along in expected Disney quality. With new things...

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - December 1, 1986

All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. is an officially licensed retool of Super Mario Bros., released in 1986 for the Famicom Disk System. This version is based on the Japanese radio program All Night Nippon, and it was given out as a raffle prize on the show itself. The game was published by Fuji Television. Essentially, this game is a mishmash of levels from Super Mario Bros 1 and 2 except with the sprites of the Toads and various enemies replaced with Japanese celebrities for a humorous effect as well as item placements are different.

Alleyway

Alleyway

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1989

Interstellar ping-pong with a deadly energy ball! Your spaceship is at the gate of the Alleyway. Use your vessel to repel the energy ball. Atomize space grids with your return shots. Destroy the entire field and move on to even more challenging targets. You're in command in the Alleyway!

America's Next Top Model

America's Next Top Model

Nintendo Wii - June 23, 2010

You take control of one of 10 aspiring models that compete in a variety of different categories including: 'Make Up', 'Fashion', 'Catwalk' and 'Photoshoot'. Following the same successful formula as the TV series, one model is dismissed each week following a special challenge; just make sure it's not you! Choose your outfits in a variety of ways to live out the model lifestyle; be it striking a pose for a photographer, keeping your walk timed perfectly on the catwalk, or making sure your make-up is a match for the occasion. Talk to the other models in the apartment and get tips from your coach...

America's Test Kitchen: Let's Get Cooking

America's Test Kitchen: Let's Get Cooking

Nintendo DS - March 30, 2010

Get the whole family having fun in the kitchen. What's for dinner? Just tap the touch screen to reveal dozens of possibilities, then gather a team of friends or family members to help prepare it. 300 recipes have been tested and perfected by the three dozen test cooks at America's Test Kitchen, a 2,500-square foot kitchen that is home to Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines as well as the popular America's Test Kitchen public television show. Now their culinary expertise promises to give everyone the tools and knowhow to prepare spectacular meals - together.

amiibo tap: Nintendo's Greatest Bits

amiibo tap: Nintendo's Greatest Bits

Nintendo Wii U - April 30, 2015

Discover definitive moments of classic Nintendo games while exploring the company's catalogue and legacy. Simply tap any amiibo™ figure to the Wii U™ GamePad controller to unlock scenes from NES™ and Super NES™ Wii U Virtual Console™ titles! You never know—the next game you try may become one of your new all-time favorites! Grab an amiibo from your collection and tap it to the GamePad to receive a gift! Each gift contains select scenes from a random NES or Super NES game included in this software's selection of titles. Don’t worry about which amiibo to use—every amiibo unlocks bits to play!...

Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing

Nintendo GameCube - September 15, 2002

Animal Crossing allows you to interact with a virtual village of animals that are doing something different every minute of every day. With Animal Crossing's 24-hour clock, the game's unique events can be in synch with real time--as day turns to night in the real world, the sun will also begin to set in the game. The dynamic setup requires you to come back every day and carry out your daily routines, build relationships with villagers, celebrate special days, collect furnishings for your homes, and just live life in the unique world of Animal Crossing.

Animal Crossing Calculator

Animal Crossing Calculator

Nintendo DS - Released - May 4, 2009

Need to figure out what you owe Tom Nook or the amount in your savings account? Animal Crossing Calculator features the full functionality of a traditional calculator, including a Memory key and the ability to display up to 13 digits, and adds a layer of atmosphere unique to Animal Crossing. Use the Unit Converter to turn one unit of measure into another (such as length, weight, volume, age, and others), or track the history of calculations you’ve performed with ease. Listen to the Animalese pronunciation of numbers when you press them and watch for a favorite Animal Crossing character to...

Animal Crossing Clock

Animal Crossing Clock

Nintendo DS - Released - May 4, 2009

Enjoy the atmosphere of Animal Crossing in a whole new way with Animal Crossing Clock. Select from either an analog or digital clock and set up to three alarms (with snooze functionality for those that need it). Make your own Town Tune or use sounds created in Nintendo DSi Sound, and assign them to the alarms you’ve set. Use the system's internal clock or offset the time however you like. Then sit back and watch as different characters from Animal Crossing appear and the color of the sky changes as time passes. Never miss an important appointment with one of your Animal Crossing friends again!

Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer

Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer

Nintendo 3DS - September 25, 2015

Show off your style by designing homes for all of your favorite Animal Crossing villagers! Use your creativity to design the perfect houses - inside and out - for both old and new friends. With the new amiibo cards, you can call your favorite villagers into the game. Features: Design the interior and exterior of hundreds of homes for animal villagers Leave your decorative touch on the school, hospital and other public facilities Collect and Connect - Collect and share amiibo cards of your favorite villagers, and invite them into your game Tap amiibo cards to invite up to four...

Animal Crossing Plaza

Animal Crossing Plaza

Nintendo Wii U - August 7, 2013

Expand and extend your Animal Crossing™ experience with the Animal Crossing Plaza application for the Wii U™ console! Post messages and attach screenshots of your Animal Crossing: New Leaf* moments and learn about new characters and in-game tips. Invite others to see your town by sharing your town’s Dream Address, organize your photos, and more! Hang out with your favorite Animal Crossing: New Leaf characters as they walk around the plaza! Get updates about real-time events happening in your town, find out your favorite character’s birthday, and exchange messages with other Animal Crossing...

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival

Nintendo Wii U - Released - November 13, 2015

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Japanese: どうぶつの森amiiboフェスティバル Hepburn: Dōbutsu no Mori: amiibo Fesutibaru?, lit. "Animal Forest: amiibo Festival") is a party video game for the Wii U, developed by Nintendo and Nd Cube.[1] The game is a spin-off of the Animal Crossing series, and was released worldwide in November 2015.

Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: City Folk

Nintendo Wii - November 16, 2008

Animal Crossing: City Folk is the Wii incarnation of the Animal Crossing series. As in the previous version, players assume the role of a new resident in a town populated and run by animals. Players can interact with townsfolk, write letters, send presents, dig for fossils, fish, catch bugs, etc... Time in the game uses the internal Wii's clock and calender. As such, time and seasons happen at the same time as in the real life. Therefore, some events only happen at certain day of the week, or even at special day in the year (such as Christmas at December 25th)

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Nintendo Switch - Unreleased - March 20, 2020

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an upcoming life simulation video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch console. It is the fifth main series title in the Animal Crossing series. As in previous installments in the Animal Crossing series, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a nonlinear life simulation game played in real-time. The player assumes the role of a customizable character who moves to a deserted island after purchasing a vacation package from Tom Nook. The game proceeds in an open-ended fashion as the player explores the island, and develops it into a...

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Nintendo 3DS - Released - June 9, 2013

Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a social simulation game. You take on the role as the new mayor in a small village populated by animals. Game play consists of improving the village with new buildings and decorations, collecting furniture and items for your own house as well as donating fossils, fish, insects and art to the local museum. There's more to discover than ever before in the Animal Crossing™: New Leaf—Welcome amiibo game! This updated version of Animal Crossing™: New Leaf adds in support for all Animal Crossing series amiibo figures and cards.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Android - November 21, 2017

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp[a] is a free-to-play social simulation mobile game in Nintendo's Animal Crossing series for iOS and Android devices. It was released in Australia in October 2017, and worldwide the following month. The game continues the series of social simulations that allow players to interact with a small campsite with various campers, performing small tasks, engaging in commerce, and decorating living spaces.

Animal Crossing: Wild World

Animal Crossing: Wild World

Nintendo DS - Released - December 5, 2005

Cross over to a brand new world! Much of the cast of the original Animal Crossing returns, including animals of all shapes and personality types: K.K. Slider, Tom Nook, Blathers, Mr. Resetti and more. There are also a number of new characters. Players move into village, buy a small house and then do whatever they want. Time and seasons pass as they do in the real world, so there will always be something unpredictable happening. Collect or buy items, talk to neighbors, go fishing, catch bugs, dig up treasure or hang out with human friends.

Another Code: R - A Journey into Lost Memories

Another Code: R - A Journey into Lost Memories

Nintendo Wii - February 5, 2009

Another Code: R is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Nintendo DS game Another Code. The Wii sequel is set 2 years on from Another Code but in the same universe and will also follow the familiar heroine, Ashley. After solving the mystery of her father's disappearance in the first Another Code, Ashley is now on the traces of her late mother and trying to unravel the mystery of her death. On her adventure at Lake Juliet's Camp, Ashley will investigate several locations, and encounter several characters; some of which know more than they tell her on her mother's past. Ashley will also face...

Anticipation

Anticipation

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1988

Bored with board games? Tired of pursuing trivia? Had your fill of ethical questions? Then you're ready for ANTICIPATION. This zany, unpredictable, totally wacked-out video board game begins with a giant connect-the-dots puzzle. Suddenly, a video pencil starts connecting the dots and, before you know it, you're in a maddening race against the clock, trying to solve the puzzle. Is it an Igloo? A Penguin? Whatever it is, you - and all your friends - will have a great time trying to guess what the pencil is drawing. Guess right and you'll get a crack at the really tough puzzles - no dots or...

AquaSpace

AquaSpace

Nintendo Wii - July 19, 2010

Turn your television into a living virtual aquarium with AquaSpace. You can simply relax by watching the fish or take the opportunity to read detailed information about them, such as scientific name and habitat, using the illustrated encyclopedia. If you want to get up close and personal with the fish, you can even dive in with a Mii character to swim with them, feed them, or hunt for trivia icons to discover fish-related facts! Choose from eight aquarium themes and then spruce them up with around 40 different fish and a variety of decorations, wallpaper, and plant life. In addition,...

Arcade Classic 1: Asteroids / Missile Command

Arcade Classic 1: Asteroids / Missile Command

Nintendo Game Boy - July 1, 1995

Asteroids Navigate a Speeding Spacecraft through Tumbling Debris! Blast a gleaming rocket through descending rocks and crashing rubble! Asteroids is the ultimate celestial obstacle course for unnerving space travel! Missile Command Annihilate Menacing Warheads and Save Civilization! Defend the famous cities from nuclear warheads raining down from the sky! Missile Command is the supreme test of pin-point precision, accurate aim and rapid response! - Two classic arcade super-hits on one Game Boy cartridge! - Programmed to take full advantage of Super Game Boy features! -...

Arcade Classic 2: Centipede/Millipede

Arcade Classic 2: Centipede/Millipede

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Centipede The Forest is Crawling with Critter Chaos! The forest is swarming with tormenting fleas, lethal scorpions and the dreaded Centipedes. Exterminate this insect battalion or they'll eat you for lunch! Millipede The Garden is Infested with Insect Insanity! A poisonous mushroom garden has been invaded by an army of creepy crawlers! Zap menacing Millipedes, jumping spiders, and nasty earwigs before they multiply into an insect epidemic! - Two classic insect-zapping games on one Game Boy cartridge! - The farther these bug-infested games advance, the faster the mania...

Arcade Classic 3: Galaga/Galaxian

Arcade Classic 3: Galaga/Galaxian

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Galaga The Galaga Military Front has Launched a Full Attack! Accompanied by an escort of evil Zakkos and Goei guards, the Boss Galagas attempt to lock you into their tractor beams. Beat the relentless aliens at their own cruel game by uncovering the secret of the Dual Fighter and unleashing your powered-up wrath on the swooping creatures. Test your aim and build up your ship reserves in the Challenging Stages, too! Galaxian Pilot the Galakship and Conquer the Alien Forces! You are a lone Galaxian warrior chosen for a mission to repel the evil Aliens. Your only defense is your trusty...

Arcade Classic 4: Defender/Joust

Arcade Classic 4: Defender/Joust

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Defender Space Shooting Action in a High-Speed Ship! Advance from planet to planet in a deadly attempt to eliminate the enemy threat! Utilize an outrageous arsenal of weapons and save the human race! Joust A Feather-Ruffling Romp on a Futuristic Bird! Get ready to climb on a futuristic flying ostrich for frenzied wing-flapping fun! Ram rival jousters in an all-out effort to knock them off their mounts! - Two classic "get-them-before-they-get-you" arcade games! - Double game pak for twice the challenge! - Programmed to take full advantage of Super Game Boy features! -...

Arkanoid: Doh It Again

Arkanoid: Doh It Again

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1997

Arkanoid, one of the best-selling, most loved video games in history is back with more challenges and special features than ever before! In your scout ship, you will be racing through a galaxy crowded with solar block and powerful enemies, clearing the path with laser beams and energy balls. Test your reflexes in 99 levels of twisting puzzles, or use EDIT to build your own course. 9 types of power capsules drop from shattered blocks, changing the capabilities of your scout ship. Arkanoid for the Super NES is even compatible with the Super NES Mouse to enhance your maneuvering skills. Two...

Arm Wrestling

Arm Wrestling

Arcade - Released - 1985

The player faces off against a beefy Texan, a Sumo, a masked fighter, a robot, and a mutant in a series of arm-wrestling contests. Timing and quick joystick motions are key to victory. In this game, each time you face a different opponent, push the joystick left to arm-wrestle your opponent. Whenever your opponent starts to act, push the joystick right to counterattack and press the button to increase your power. If you do not counterattack, move the joystick back and forth several times to prevent yourself from being pinned. You must try to pin your opponent before the counter reaches one...

Arms

Arms

Nintendo Switch - Released - June 16, 2017

These elite fighting superstars share one thing in common: extendable arms! So fight as never before: equip super-powered ARMS to create a slew of unprecedented combinations. Then use simple motion or button controls to dish out highly strategic beatdowns in 1-on-1, or even 2-on-2 battles!

Art Academy

Art Academy

Nintendo DS - Released - October 26, 2010

Enjoy a fun, portable art tutor on your Nintendo DS™. Have you ever had an interest in art or wanted to learn how to draw and paint? Well now you can with the Art Academy™ software for the Nintendo DS™ system. Art Academy is a fun, interactive, and portable training software that will teach you how to draw and paint, much as you would learn in an art class. Art Academy offers simple, easy to understand art lessons that you can take at your own pace. You even have the ability to fast forward or rewind a step if you would like to view it again. Vince is your in-game art tutor and he will...

Art Academy: Atelier

Art Academy: Atelier

Nintendo Wii U - Released - August 9, 2013

Art Academy is advertised as an art training simulation which can teach and help anyone to develop their art skills and techniques that can be applied with real-life tools and materials. Art Academy also features very realistic, albeit limited, range of art tools which can be freely used whichever way the game’s user, as a player or art trainee, deems to.

Art Academy: SketchPad

Art Academy: SketchPad

Nintendo Wii U - Released - August 9, 2013

Art Academy™: SketchPad is a robust art application that anyone can enjoy - from beginners to experts of all ages. Unleash your creativity using realistic stylus and touch screen-based controls. The tools at your disposal allow for an amazing level of detail. The huge variety of pencils, colored pencils, and pastels behave just like the real thing – with additional tools to further enhance your experience. Use a pre-loaded image as a subject, or anything else you wish to create works of art to your heart’s content. When you’re done, you can instantly share your creation by posting directly...

Art Style Series: AQUIA

Art Style Series: AQUIA

Nintendo DS - Released - April 3, 2008

Prepare for a trip to the murky depths of the ocean with Aquia, a game in the Art Style series. In this game, you must assist a diver as he swims down further and further into the ocean. To do this, match three of the same colored blocks either horizontally or vertically, and he will descend a little. You add new blocks by scrolling your currently held blocks up and down to the desired position in the playfield, and then pressing A to push them into place (which pushes blocks out the other side). If you cause multiple blocks to clear by clearing one set of blocks and then having more blocks...

Art Style Series: BASE 10

Art Style Series: BASE 10

Nintendo DS - Released - December 24, 2008

Art Style Series: DIGIDRIVE

Art Style Series: DIGIDRIVE

Nintendo DS - Released - October 2, 2009

Art Style Series: Zengage

Art Style Series: Zengage

Nintendo DS - Released - January 28, 2009

Art Style: BOXLIFE

Art Style: BOXLIFE

Nintendo DS - June 22, 2009

Cut paper into various shapes and create as many boxes as possible within the time limit to earn rewards! Climb the corporate ladder in the world of BOXLIFE using your wits and… paper? Use the Nintendo DSi Stylus to cut and then manipulate the paper into a box shape. Be careful though: if you’re not efficient with your cuts, you’ll waste paper and be penalized. R&D mode teaches you new patterns and then challenges you to complete various ranks, while FACTORY mode gives you the chance to earn money by making as many boxes as possible from an endless sheet of paper. Success in each mode...

Art Style: Cubello

Art Style: Cubello

Nintendo Wii - October 13, 2008

In CUBELLO, using the pointer function of the Wii Remote players aim and launch colored cubes at a three-dimensional object called a Cubello, itself consisting of many colored cubes, that floats and rotates in empty space. The object of the game is to strip the Cubello of cubes by matching four or more of the same color in order to reveal the Cubello's inner core. The player is initially given only a limited number of cubes in a "magazine" to complete the objective in each stage, but more cubes are added in the magazine to the player the more cubes they take away from the Cubello. However,...

Art Style: Kubos

Art Style: Kubos

Nintendo DS - Released - February 25, 2009

Art Style: light trax

Art Style: light trax

Nintendo Wii - May 24, 2010

Enjoy a racing with a difference as you take control of a beam of white light and attempt to outshine the opposition. With a smooth soundtrack and engaging visuals that switch between 2D and 3D perspectives, light trax will draw you into a cerebral world guaranteed to keep you coming back for one more lap

Art Style: ORBIENT

Art Style: ORBIENT

Nintendo Wii - September 29, 2008

Control gravity and guide a star through 50 stages while growing bigger and avoiding obstacles! Explore the universe like never before in Art Style: ORBIENT. Take control of gravity and antigravity to carefully maneuver your small star through 50 stages set in multiple galaxies. Collide with other stars to absorb them and make your own star expand in size, or capture the stars in your orbit and have them become your satellites. Space isn't empty though, and you'll have to avoid bumping into obstacles or getting pulled into a black hole. If you feel like relaxing while still being...

Art Style: PiCTOBiTS

Art Style: PiCTOBiTS

Nintendo DS - Released - May 18, 2009

Take on the challenge of Pictobits, where you reconstruct iconic 8-bit art from an assortment of retro Nintendo titles, including Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Wrecking Crew, Excitebike, Ice Climber and Balloon Fight. Each level plays themes from the games, remixed by popular Japanese chiptune band, YMCK. The game is heavily themed around the original NES/Famicom era. In Pictobits, both screens are used. The top screen is initially blank, while the touch screen displays the playfield and any blocks (which are called 'bits'). You can pick up to eight bits by tapping them with the...

Art Style: ROTOHEX

Art Style: ROTOHEX

Nintendo Wii - October 27, 2008

Rotate and group colored triangles to create matching hexagons, but don’t let the playing field become full! Use colored triangle panels to create a vibrant mosaic of stained glass in Art Style: ROTOHEX. As triangles fall from the top of the screen, rotate them to group six panels of the same color and create a matching hexagon (HEX). Once the HEX has been formed, it will disappear, allowing the existing panels to shift and more to fill the playing field. Two different styles of intuitive controls and the clear-cut goal allow you to focus solely on the game play—which is vital, as the...

Art Style: ROTOZOA

Art Style: ROTOZOA

Nintendo Wii - May 28, 2010

Guide a rotozoan through primordial ooze where precise control and movement are vital to your success. Control a circular creature-like organism known as a rotozoan and nimbly make your way through level after level of primordial ooze. Comprised of only three distinct parts (colored sides, tentacles, and life force), the focus of your rotozoan life is simple: grow your tentacles. After playing a few levels and learning the basics of your microscopic world, you begin to unlock additional modes of play and the ability to choose the number of tentacles on your rotozoan. Each mode...

ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat

ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat

Nintendo DS - October 4, 2007

This RPG takes place in a medieval European-like country named Milinia. On her seventeenth birthday, the princess Aisya will be crowned queen. Her subjects are gathered around the palace while her uncle, the regent who has been looking after both the princess and the country in place of the king watches on with great pride. However, this is not to last. For the moment the bracelet of Milinia touches Aisya's wrist a giant flaming serpent descended from the skies and set fire to the whole country. The green, prosperous Milinia and its majestic palace is no more, everything has fallen apart...

Backgammon

Backgammon

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - September 7, 1990

Backgammon is a straightforward backgammon simulator that allows up to two players to compete in backgammon matches. The game has a tutorial that explains how backgammon is played and offers single-player Match Play (one-off) and Tournament (multiple matches) modes. There is also the requisite two-player mode in which two human players take turns.

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...

Balloon Fight

Balloon Fight

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 22, 1985

You'll need lightning-fast reactions to win this battle in the sky! Take to the skies! It's BALLOON FIGHT. You'll score lots of points and have loads of fun when you burst enemy balloons and send their parachutes crashing into the sea. But beware. These hot-air invaders have an amazing ability to land safely, blow up another balloon and come back stronger than before! What's more, if you fly too low you'll be devoured by man-eating sharks! Challenge them alone if you think you're up to it, or team up with a friend. Either way, you'll have the time of your life fighting off your opponents in...

Balloon Fight

Balloon Fight

Arcade - Released - 1984

In Balloon Fight you need to fly around with the aid of two balloons and try to pop your opponent's balloons before they pop yours. Landing on top of your opponents will cause their balloons to pop and they will use a parachute to fall to safety. You then have to destroy the fallen opponents by running into them before they can blow a new balloon and rejoin the battle. Should both of your balloons get popped, you will fall into the water below and lose a life. There is also a second game variation called "balloon trip" where you need to collect as many balloons as possible while avoiding the...

Balloon Fight

Balloon Fight

Nintendo Game & Watch - Released - November 19, 1986

Balloon Fight is a Crystal Screen and New Wide Screen Game & Watch game released in 1986 (CS) and 1988 (NWS). The games are based on the NES classic Balloon Fight. The gameplay is the same in the two. The model number for the Crystal Screen version is BF-803, while the model number for the New Wide Screen version is BF-107. The BF in the model numbers obviously stand for Balloon Fight. The New Wide Screen version of the game is easier to come by.

Balloon Fight GB

Balloon Fight GB

Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 31, 2000

Balloon Fight GB is a color remake of Balloon Kid. All features from Balloon Kid are still intact. The main new addition is that there is color. There is now also a world map, and the title screen and menu systems are slightly different. Through the world map, levels are given names, which were previously unknown since Balloon Kid did not give any names to areas or levels. Balloon Fight GB is notoriously rare, and it was distributed via the Nintendo Power Flash cartridge, which is no longer supported by Nintendo. As such, copies of this game downloaded onto one of these cartridges can...

Balloon Kid

Balloon Kid

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - October 5, 1990

Take to the skies with Balloon Kid. You'll have to think light as you float across the most unfriendly skies around. Nasty flying creatures will test your piloting skills, but don't go too low because even nastier enemies await you on the ground. Get extra bonuses by gathering all the balloons you can for a series of challenging tests of skill. Take a big gulp of courage and give Alice a hand as she searches for her missing brother. Play alone or use your Video Link cable to race against a friend. Either way, Balloon Kid will give you a lift.

Banjo-Kazooie

Banjo-Kazooie

Nintendo 64 - Released - June 30, 1998

Trouble is brewing on Spiral Mountain! Gruntilda the witch, wildly jealous of Tooty the Honey Bear's good looks; is determined to steal them for herself! But even as she whisks the helpless youngster off to her tower, Tooty's big brother Banjo and his loud-mouthed partner Kazooie are hot on the trail to rescue her...Aided by the mystical shaman Mumbo Jumbo, Banjo and Kazooie must tackle gloomy swamps, scorching deserts, towering mountain ranges and spooky haunted houses on their way to the final confrontation at the summit of Gruntilda's Lair.

Banjo-Tooie

Banjo-Tooie

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 20, 2000

Two years after Banjo & Kazooie rescued Banjo's sister Tooty, the antagonist Gruntilda Winkybunion and her sisters, Mingella and Blobbelda, are planning to restore Gruntilda's body to its original form. Banjo and Kazooie must stop them before it is too late.

Barker Bill's Trick Shooting

Barker Bill's Trick Shooting

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 1, 1990

Barker Bill is your host. Join him and assistant Tricksie for arcade-style Trick Shooting! Get out your Zapper video gun. Blast floating balloons before they drift away. But, don't hit the friendly dog - he'll get mad! Rack up points by shooting spinning plates tossed by Barker Bill and Tricksie. They are happy when you make a shot, but scold you when you miss! Shoot around window panes to knock falling targets out of the picture! Take aim at tomatoes, eggs and watermelons before they land on poor Tricksie's head! So, set your sites for a day at the carnival with Tricksie and Barker Bill!

Baseball

Baseball

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 7, 1983

Baseball is a simple baseball video game made by Nintendo in 1983 for the Nintendo Family Computer, making it one of the first games released for the Famicom. It was later one of the NES's 18 launch titles when it was released in 1985 in the United States. As in real baseball, the object of the game is to score the most runs. Up to two players are supported. Each player can select from one of six teams. Although there is no difference between them other than uniform color, they are meant to represent the six members of the Japanese Central League.

Baseball

Baseball

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1989

Strategy, skill and determination. It takes all three to win at Baseball! Choose a starting pitcher from your bullpen. (Mario is an old favorite.) Hurl fastballs past the batter. If he connects, your outfield backs up to snag a fly. A sturdy infield backs you up on grounders and pop-ups. Three outs later and your team is up. Take a strike to feel out the pitcher. Then drive a long one. It's a home run! Challenge the Game Boy or use the Video Link cable to take on a friend in realistic Baseball action!

Baseball

Baseball

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - February 21, 1986

Baseball is a game where the player can pitch, hit, field, and run just like in a real baseball game. The player can choose between USA and Japan modes, two different teams, and among a line-up of unique players. In the 1-player game, the player is against the computer, and the in the 2-player game, their friend is their opponent.

Baseball

Arcade - 1985

Baten Kaitos Origins

Baten Kaitos Origins

Nintendo GameCube - September 25, 2006

Baten Kaitos Origins takes place 20 years before the first Baten Kaitos game. It explains how the diabolical Emperor Geldoblame rose to power, and it also fills in many details about the heroes from the first title. In addition, players will learn about the origins of the world itself and why the Lost Ocean is returning. The hero, a blue-haired young man named Sagi, was sent to assassinate the Emperor but found the job had been done for him. Blamed for the death, he's now on the run with two friends - a robot named Guillo and a young woman named Milly. In the initial stages, the player's party...

Battalion Wars

Battalion Wars

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 19, 2005

A global conflict has reached a stalemate in the console version of the Game Boy Advance series Advance Wars. The evil Kaiser Vlad, seeking to take advantage of the standoff, has assembled an army of shock troops, forcing The Western Frontier and the Tundran Territories to ally and fight back. Battalion Wars is a real-time strategy game that lets you control teams of soldiers and vehicles and lead them through more than 20 missions, using a variety of weapons and tactics.

Battalion Wars 2

Battalion Wars 2

Nintendo Wii - October 29, 2007

This sequel to Battalion Wars plays much like its predecessor, blending real-time strategy with third-person shooting. The game's plot traces decades of war among six factions (Solar Empire, Western Frontier, Anglo Isles, Iron Legion, Tundran Territories, Xylvania), and unfolds through contemporary missions that advance the conflict and flashback missions that reveal its history. Players control a soldier or a land, sea, or air vehicle to engage in combat directly and to command other units. The Wii Remote is used to target and fire, but selecting and ordering units is performed through...

Battle Arena Toshinden

Battle Arena Toshinden

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - November 1, 1996

Get Ready To Rumble! The Toshin Daibukai tournament has arrived. Ten of the toughest fighters in the world are taking part in the most grueling slugfest known to man. To win, each combatant must be completely focused. One slip and their fate is sealed. Who will be crowned the champion? That is up to you. So get off your duff and get ready for the fight of your life with Battle Arena Toshinden!

Battle Cars

Battle Cars

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - 1993

The start of the 22nd century saw a true new world order. Survivors of the devastation lived in city states. Technology sophisticated and jaded by years of war the people demanded a new sport for their new age....Battle Cars...technology...aggression...Battle Cars. Afforded the same popularity earlier cultures had given artists or pop musicians, Battle Car drivers are heroes. Their only rule is to win.

Battle Clash

Battle Clash

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 21, 1993

The time is the 21st century. In the wake of natural disasters and social unrest, human society has collapsed. The only amusement left for the inhabitants of this grim Earth of the future is the Battle Game. This contest of advanced arena combat pits giant, armored riot suits known as Standing Tanks (ST's) against each other in a fight to the finish. The winner gains power and prestige, while the lower faces humiliation, dishonor and low class citizenship. You are the gunner of the ST Falcon. You friend's father experience defeat in the Battle Game and now you must help him get revenge....

Bayonetta

Bayonetta

Nintendo Wii U - Released - October 24, 2014

Bayonetta is a cinematic and stylish action game from the creative mind of Hideki Kamiya. As a gun-wielding witch with powers beyond the comprehension of mere mortals, Bayonetta faces-off against countless enemies in a game of 100% pure all-out action. Outlandish finishing moves are performed with acrobatic grace as Bayonetta flows from one fight to another. Bayonetta pushes the limits of the action genre with magnificent over-the-top action and fast-paced, dynamic climax combat.

Bayonetta

Bayonetta

Nintendo Switch - Released - February 16, 2018

Bayonetta is the fashionable and foxy unholy offspring of an Umbra Witch and a Lumen Sage, and she's lost her memory after being asleep at the bottom of a lake for 500 years. She's a butt-kicking, havoc-wreaking witch, and she'll shoot, whip, slice, and burn angels as she uncovers the truth about her own past. Use Wicked Weaves to summon Infernal Demons, dodge enemies' dangerous attacks to slow down time, and punish angels with deadly devices. You can even dress Bayonetta up in four Nintendo-themed costumes—Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Link, and Samus Aran.

Bayonetta 2

Bayonetta 2

Nintendo Wii U - Released - October 24, 2014

Bayonetta 2 is an action hack and slash video game developed by Platinum Games and published by Nintendo for the Wii U, with Sega as the franchise owners serving as its advisor. It is the direct sequel to the 2009 game, Bayonetta, and was directed by Yusuke Hashimoto and produced by Atsushi Inaba, under supervision by series creator Hideki Kamiya. It was announced on September 13, 2012, and will be exclusive to the Wii U, unlike the previous game which was only available on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The titular character, Bayonetta, sports a new costume and hairstyle and the game itself...

Bayonetta 2

Bayonetta 2

Nintendo Switch - Released - February 16, 2018

Bayonetta's back and more powerful than ever. Wield wild weapons and execute deadly moves, like the powerful Umbran Climax, to take out angels and demons in this breathtaking action game. You can even team up with friends in 2-player online or local wireless co-op fights. Bayonetta is a butt-kicking, havoc-wreaking witch who wields sweet weapons like pistols, whips, hammers, flamethrowers, and poison bows. But it's not just about brawn - it's also about style. Bayonetta is deadly but sleek, with moves like Witch Time that slows down time itself, and the all-new Umbran Climax - a special...

Beauty and the Beast: A Board Game Adventure

Beauty and the Beast: A Board Game Adventure

Nintendo Game Boy Color - October 25, 1999

Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: A Board Game Adventure packs the personality and fun of the popular Disney characters into a wild board game filled with a variety of mini-games. Select your favorite BEAUTY AND THE BEAST character and play against three opponents as you race to the finish line. Since everything depends on the roll of the dice, there is a bit of luck involved but skill enters into the mix when you land on one of the mini-game squares. When you do, you'll be whisked to one of 10 side games that will test your reflexes, memory, and skill. Up to four players can play this game by...

Big Brain Academy

Big Brain Academy

Nintendo DS - June 5, 2006

Put your mind to the test at the Big Brain Academy! Test your mental acuity in a five-category quiz: thinking, memorization, computation, analysis, and identification. Work your computing abilities by comparing stacks of coins to find the higher value! Bulk up your analysis skills by quickly counting a huge stack of books! Each exercise takes less than a minute to complete. After you take the quiz, you'll get the weight of your brain, areas of strength and weakness -- and, most importantly, which career is best suited for you. Don't worry, it's all in fun. Once you think you're the star...

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree

Nintendo Wii - June 11, 2007

Welcome to Big Brain Academy, the only school where you can school your friends and family! How big is your brain? Find out as you test yourself with numerous lightning-fast activities like across several categories. When you enroll, headmaster Professor Lobe will introduce you to Test mode, challenging you with a bevy of hilarous and exciting brain-teasers. Then, when it's all over, the professor will calculate your brain weight, award you with a grade, and give you an idea of what career track is best suited for your brain weight. Don't worry, it's all in the spirit of fun! The Wii...

Bionic Commando: Elite Forces

Bionic Commando: Elite Forces

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 24, 2000

You are the ultimate weapon. You are the perfect synthesis of human and machine - a Bionic Commando.Your latest mission - to rescue a fellow commando, Commando Joe - will take you deep into the heart of enemy territory. Use your Bionic Claw to grapple and swing through more than 20 levels of forest, deserts, mountains and futuristic cities Blast through dozens of unique with your Assault Rifle, Rocket Launcher and Flame Thrower as you seek to destroy the overlord Arturus, and save your homeland of Karinia from utter destruction.

Bird & Beans

Bird & Beans

Nintendo DS - Released - December 24, 2008

In Bird & Beans, control Pyoro, a small bird with an elastic tongue and an insatiable appetite for beans. Scramble to catch beans that fall from the sky, racking up points as you go. The farther away the bean, the more points it’s worth. Beware any beans that are missed, though—they will leave a hole in the ground that can’t be crossed, potentially trapping Pyoro. Bird & Beans also features a second version that enables Pyoro to spit seeds at high speed, bringing down more beans than ever before. This fun and fast-paced game requires skill and strategy to master and always leaves you wanting...

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R

Nintendo Game Boy - April 22, 1994

Sailor Moon R was a video game released for the Nintendo Game Boy by Angel Studios in 1994. In this game, the player could play using "story mode" or "arcade mode." In story mode, the player began play with Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon, then Chibiusa, then the Inner Senshi. Gameplay alternated between a story chapter where the player walked around the map and talked to other characters, followed by a platform level, and a boss room. In arcade mode, the player chose a character, and the non-combat parts of the game are skipped. In both modes, the game was complete after five stages, most of...

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 22, 1995

In the future Crystal Tokyo, a small band of discontent citizens have come together to form an rebel team of Senshi called the Oppositio Senshi, who feel that the Sailor Senshi and the Silver Crystal are the source of all of Earth's past battles. Together with a mysterious woman named Apsu, they desire to twist time and change the destiny of the Earth. In the present day, the Sailor Senshi are enjoying peace now that the Death Busters have been defeated. However, strange things begin happening in the city. Previously defeated Daimons, Droids and Youma appear throughout the city. A visit by...

Bit Generations: Boundish

Bit Generations: Boundish

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 13, 2006

bit Generations is a video game franchise for the Game Boy Advance, published by Nintendo. It was first announced under the name Digitylish at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in 2005.[1] Each of the games in the series feature simple controls, gameplay and graphics. All the games were developed by Skip Ltd., except for Digidrive, which was developed by Q-Games. The bit Generations series has only been released in Japan. The games were released in two "series" - the games in Series One were released in Japan on July 13, 2006. Series Two was released on July 27, 2006. However, from June...

Bit Generations: Coloris

Bit Generations: Coloris

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 27, 2006

bit Generations is a video game franchise for the Game Boy Advance, published by Nintendo. It was first announced under the name Digitylish at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in 2005.[1] Each of the games in the series feature simple controls, gameplay and graphics. All the games were developed by Skip Ltd., except for Digidrive, which was developed by Q-Games. The bit Generations series has only been released in Japan. The games were released in two "series" - the games in Series One were released in Japan on July 13, 2006. Series Two was released on July 27, 2006. However, from June...

Bit Generations: Dialhex

Bit Generations: Dialhex

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 13, 2006

The object of the game is for the player to form hexagons of a solid color (called a "Hex") by rotating into place and combining together colored triangles which drop down from the top of the screen. The player is required to create a certain number of Hexes in order to pass each stage. Initially the game starts with triangles encompassing only two colors, with more colors eventually being added to the mix. In addition, glowing triangles give the player power-ups such as creating a hole in the bottom of the play area, or swapping colors. There are eight different colors in total. Along with a...

Bit Generations: Digidrive

Bit Generations: Digidrive

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 27, 2006

Digidrive is a puzzle game. The goal is to achieve the highest score, which can be done by elevating a fuel-propelled disc. To make the disc move, the player needs to collect fuel units, combine them and make an ignition. This can be done repeatedly, until the disc is crushed by a piston that is following it, which means game over. There is a two player mode, where players push the same ball against each other. It can be played against human opponent or CPU.

Bit Generations: Dotstream

Bit Generations: Dotstream

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 11, 2006

Racing game where you control a tiny line and guide it through various shapes and swerves at super-high speeds. Surprisingly fast and challenging for those that attempt it. You will find yourself with quickening reflexes on extended play.

Bit Generations: Orbital

Bit Generations: Orbital

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 27, 2006

The game starts with the white star able to take 5 hits before it is destroyed. To make it grow, the player must collide his/her star with a similar-sized, blue star. Stars smaller than the player's star are gray-colored. Colliding with these stars will not change the white star's size, but if the player positions the white star just right, the gray star will orbit the white and become a satellite. Red stars are bigger than the white. The white star is able to orbit red stars to help travel through space. Whenever the white star grows large enough, the target star glows orange, and is able to...

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