Nintendo Game Boy Advance
The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys is an Action game, developed by Elo Interactive and published by Conspiracy Entertainment, which was cancelled before it was released.
Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 2002
The Amazing Virtual Sea-Monkeys float their way to the PlayStation in a life-development simulation set in a sprawling 70 levels of undersea environments. Players are challenged to lead the newly hatched sea-monkeys to the safety of the Venus Shell, but must do so without any direct control over them. Instead, players control Nautila, the sea-monkey's protector and guide, who is a 358-year old fish that uses her multi-purpose long nose for various actions. Predators, traps, plants, and objects stand in the way of getting her charges to safety, but Nautila can use some underwater creatures...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 2, 2003
Fievel Mousekewitz, a rodent with an immigration card, is heading west in An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush. Based on the animated series from Universal Studios, the game has players controlling Fievel as he travels through 18 levels and six worlds, including "New York City" and "Gold Dust Gulch," to piece together Cat Malone's treasure map. Fievel will swing on rope, attack with his ten-gallon hat, ride riverboats, and jump the train to find Wylie Burp's gold.
Nintendo DS - March 4, 2008
Bests of Tests DS is an educational video game released for Nintendo DS in North America on March 4, 2008. The game intends to present testsand puzzles that will help stimulate one's Intelligent Quotient or "IQ" through five categories: logic, observation, memory, speed of perception and analysis. The game contains three gaming modes: Training, Memory and Tests. Best of Tests DS calculates the player's IQ and adapts the difficulty level in order to provide a personalized challenge that is always renewed and updated.
Nintendo DS - October 16, 2007
Colorful cartoon characters keenly compete kart-to-kart. Play as Cocoto or one of his 11 rivals across the Cocoto universe. Play alone or with a friend through Championship, Single Race, Time Trial, and Battle modes across and five distinct worlds. • Four-player wireless multiplayer fun in Championship, Single Race, Time Trial, and Battle modes • Race through three cups on five worlds: Abyss, Volcano, Atlantis, Jungle, and Heaven • Play as one of 12 characters and unlock new cars for each one as you play! Ensure your survival through the use of deadly power-ups such as the homing...
Nintendo Wii - October 3, 2007
Every day, thousands perish. Those who survive share rumors of an alien entity called 'Diadora'. The survivors took refuge below the earth's surface, narrowly escaping the alien invaders. The governing Council ordered an immediate counterattack. The primary objective codenamed 'Counter Force' would reclaim the Earth's surface using 3 experimental robots. The secondary objective is to investigate the alien war-machine's weaknesses and defeat the mysterious 'Diadora'. Three freedom fighters - Sophia, Dynamis and Calista are humanity's last hope for victory!
Nintendo Wii - January 14, 2010
Prepare for the wildest ride of your life! Join Moorhuhn and his friends on their greatest adventure yet- searching for the Forsaken Castle of lore. Face deadly traps and cunning fiends as you jump, run and ride on the backs of Moorhuhn's friends through colorful landscapes of mysterious woods, rocky mountain ranges, treacherous plains and gloomy dungeons.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 14, 2002
Creatures: Raised in Space is essentially a Playstation port of the pet simulator game Creatures 3, with modified gameplay mechanics. As in the previous titles, the player controls a fairy named Scrubby, who acts through the cursor issuing orders to the Norns when used over interactive portions of the scenery. Like in other life simulation games with artificial intelligence, the creatures can't be commanded directly and must learn behavior patterns through repeated actions. The Norns can get sick or exhausted and eventually die, and one of the main tasks is to manage the colony to avoid their...
Nintendo Wii - October 27, 2009
Why has everyone fled the islands? There's not a person in sight! Who will feed the animals and find out what scared the people away? Doctor Fizzwizzle, of course! Bounce bubbles, rescue hungry animals, and solve a mystery, all at the same time! Over 180 levels of thrilling brick-busting action, and over 60 animal species to rescue!
Nintendo DS - May 24, 2011
Emily The Strange is a DS game where you help Emily and her feline friends earn rewards by solving puzzles.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 27, 2001
From the award-winning developers Treasure (creators of Gunstar Heroes, Dynamite Heady, Mischief Makers, Bagai-O) comes Stretch Panic, a dark comic fantasy that takes you for a trip on an entirely new gaming experience! Join Linda as she journeys through Limbo and the Museum of Agony to save her 12 possessed sisters from the clutches of the demons of vanity! Armed with only a possessed scarf, it's up to you to rescue your siblings!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 29, 2001
Sometime in the 1980s, the Japanese Choro-Q Racing toys made their way to U.S. shores. Renamed Penny Racers for the benefit of American sales, the wind-up cars were built to perform different tricks (wheelies and spins, mostly) when a penny was inserted into their chassis. The plastic racers are still very popular in Japan, inspiring a video game called CHORO-Q ADVANCE. The U.S. release of the game is called GADGET RACERS, and it's every bit as exciting as the toys that it's based on. Command any of 50 unique vehicles through 40 different courses of obstacles, tricks, and general mayhem. You...
Sony Playstation 2 - June 27, 2008
Garfield: Lasagna World Tour for the PlayStation 2 challenges players to jump into the world of the comic cat in a quest to win the Lasagna World Tour - dressing up Garfield in a variety of humorous costumes (each granting him special powers) while playing a variety of mini-games that everyone in the family can enjoy in single- and multiplayer modes.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 28, 2002
The year is 2027. We are not alone. We are not in charge. How far does the conspiracy go? Only you can find out. Heding the elite Shadowforce division of the National Security Special Operations, you and your partner are immersed in the thrilling 3D action of an alien invasion. With extensive mission-based objectives and a full arsenal of firepower at your disposal, you must uncover the truth behind a thousand years of infiltration. Highly detailed, interactive environments and chilling enemy encounters fuel a spectacular quest that stems from the deepest parts of the planet and leads you to...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - February 28, 2002
Exploring a cave at the edge of the Great Valley, Littlefoot and his friends are trapped by a rock fall. As they try to find a way out, Spike notices they are not alone? There?s a Sharptooth sleeping in the cave! The young dinosaurs scatter and soon become lost in the Mysterious Beyond? Cera has been captured in the desert by a Scorposaurus. Spike is trapped on an island deep in the swamp by an angry Sharptooth. Ducky is hiding from a Spiderdon in the caves. Petrie soon finds Littlefoot and the two of them set out to rescue their friends and get home.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 14, 2001
The complete LAND BEFORE TIME film series is now an all-inclusive video game for the Game Boy Color! Young gamers will love this collection of action-packed adventures each of which stars the beloved adolescent dinosaur group from the films. Join Littlefoot and company as they search the world over trying to find their way home to the Green Valley. You'll encounter challenges and obstacles ranging from raging fires to would-be villains in this emotional tale of friendship. The group faces constant reminders that they are stronger as a team, giving the game a valuable lesson about cooperation...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 10, 2002
"Marbles with Attitude" await gamers looking for logic, puzzle, and action-based gameplay in Elo Interactive's Marble Master. Players can play solo in four modes at three levels of difficulty in sudden death, mission, competition, or arcade, with the latter two modes available for two-player action. Gameplay features two types of marbles: normal and "extras." The former are numbered to show the marbles' weight, while the latter are weightless animated marbles that perform special functions during the game. Marble Master provides more than 25 variations of marbles (e.g., crushers, bombs,...
Nintendo Wii - December 4, 2007
Mini Desktop Racing lets you loose with a crazy selection of officially licensed Minis, each accurately rendered with distinctive performance abilities. Players race in a variety of mini cars around a variety of desktop areas. The game offers reasonably interactive courses by allowing players to "turn on fans" and "spill drinks" in attempts to hinder opponents.
Nintendo Wii - Released - March 25, 2008
The player uses the Wii Remote to control a 2x2 cursor over a field of colored octopuses. Pressing the A button causes the octopuses under the cursor to rotate counter-clockwise. Numbered nets are scattered around the playing field. If the player arranges a number of same-colored octopuses under the net, the octopuses under the net, as well as any other octopuses of the same color which are connected orthogonally, are removed. By removing octopuses in this way, the player can send sea urchins to their opponents playing field. Sea urchins can not be removed using nets, but are removed if...
Nintendo DS - Released - November 6, 2007
This turn-based WWII strategy game includes three campaigns involving the German Wehrmacht, the Red Army and the Western Allies. Players direct their troops, historically accurate tanks, artillery, naval, and aviation units, to engage enemy units, capture cities, and establish supply lines. Hex-maps cover terrain ranging from the deserts of North Africa to the frozen Russian tundra. In addition to three single-player campaigns, Panzer Tactics DS also has multiplayer support.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 1, 2002
Pinky and The Brain have a new plan to seize world supremacy. After a TV report on a new meteorological station in space, Brain comes up with a plan to modify the station in order to control the weather and thus bring the powerful of this world to their knees. As usual, the plan is put down on paper and Brain soon notices that it is impossible to execute this plan in one evening. After all, this is... the Masterplan. Unfortunately, the plan is stolen overnight by two lab rats. Help Pinky and The Brain recover the plan, leading them through 20 levels in 5 different worlds collecting the pieces...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 9, 2001
Do you love puzzles? Well, you're about to put your commitment to the test, as you try your hand at more than 150 different brain-bending challenges. It seems that a maniacal scientist has transported you to a distant dimension. The only way to return to your rightful place is to solve dozens and dozens of puzzles--each of which will get you one step closer to escaping imprisonment and saving the world. Each unique mindbender uses tiles with varied symbols, charging you with the task of eliminating them, rearranging them, or otherwise manipulating them. The color graphics and cool sound...
Nintendo Wii - Released - August 4, 2009
Real Heroes: Firefighter is a first-person shooter for the Wii, developed by Epicenter Studios and published by Conspiracy Entertainment. The player, controlling a firefighter who the fellow firefighters refer to as Probie, uses a hose and fire extinguisher to fight flames, a halligan to pry open locked doors and vent coverings, and a fire axe to destroy obstacles. The player will work with at least one other firefighter with an extinguisher in some areas though in others, he is alone. The player has objectives to complete such as rescuing civilians or other firefighters, extinguishing all...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 26, 2001
Experience the world of Record of Lodoss War up close and personal in an epic 3D Action/RPG only for Sega Dreamcast. Take control of a mysterious warrior from the past, resurrected to save the future, on a colossal quest filled with pulse-pounding action and high adventure. Join forces with popular characters from the Lodoss universe and combat hundreds of vicious enemies with dozens of spectacular spells
Sony Playstation - Released - December 18, 2002
The company behind the Jet Copter and Jet Stream series in Japan, AquaSystem, flies its Rescue Copter across the Pacific for this stateside PlayStation release. Players engage in fifteen missions consisting of border patrols, daring rescues, transport runs, crop dusting, treasure hunts, and fire fighting. Four types of helicopters, each geared for specific tasks, include the R-22 (training, crop dusting), AS350B3 (equipped with cables for external transporting), BK117 (rescue and transport), and the 47G4A-Soloy (low flying crop duster). Five practice modes allow players to ease into the...
Sony Playstation 2 - October 26, 2002
Take a road trip to adventure! Right off the starting line, Road Trip matches action with depth, allowing you to customize your ride for over 100 different events. Wins earn cash, which you use to buy parts and upgrade your vehicles. From engines to brakes, body types to paint jobs, the parts store stocks over 250 interchangeable components. Top that with 20 mini-games, special missions and dozens of hidden surprises and you don't just have a racing adventure - you've got a road trip!
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 6, 2004
Game Boy Advance multiplayer racing adventure game, released in Japan as Choro Q Advance 2. Road Trip: Shifting Gears continues the Takara-developed racing series on the GBA, and has the ability to link to Road Trip: Arcade Edition on the GameCube for unlockable extras. Players have full control over car customization, down to the most minute detail with a body paint shop, more than 100 different parts, and numerous fantasy attachments. Players compete in 150 racing events, minigames, in more than 64 courses. The game supports link cable connectivity for up to four players.
Nintendo GameCube - May 15, 2004
Road Trip: Arcade Edition is the GameCube edition in the Road Trip series of racing games. This game allows you to race tiny little toy cars around various oversized environments. Most of the cars resemble super-deformed versions of popular automobiles, but the actual model names are not used. There are dozens of tiny cars to collect. Some of the tracks in this game appear to be scaled to the size of your racer, others take place in oversized real-world environments, like a house or a garden. The usual racing game modes are present, single race, championship, and multi-player. Winning...
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 27, 2009
Safari Adventures is a collection of 3D adventure games for children 6 to 9 years old. The game includes several quests mixing discovery and exploration of the African continent, where the player encounters various ecosystems and resolves problems linked to environmental degradation. * Explore the African continent through dozens of extensive missions! * Make friends with over 50 animals, including elephants, cheetahs, gorillas, and more! * Fill your photo album with pictures of all your latest explorations and new found friends.
Sony Playstation 2 - November 8, 2008
Pick up and play arcade mode allowing the player to access the race in just a few seconds. A genuinely technically accurate extreme simulation mode for real petrol heads. 4 well balanced racing styles giving genuine progression and satisfaction to the gamer. 6 game modes - Basic, Arcade, Advanced, Simulation, Extreme and Custom. Next generation giving players the chance to challenge their friends and opponents all over the world.
Sony Playstation 2 - December 17, 2007
All out, no compromise war has been declared. Tanks from the length and breadth of the Proton Kingdom have gathered to level cities, put the populace to fight, and engage in the most destructive warfare ever seen on the planet. Your mission is Seek and Destroy the enemy in frantic battles that are fought with combatants from 10 different countries with more than 108 unique armored vehicles. Players can customize and enhance each war machine's worthiness with more than 100 different parts including, engines, weapons, and special treads, as well as partake in four different play modes, including...
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 24, 2008
SKI AND SHOOT is an arcade, tactical 3D simulation of one of the most popular winter sports. Compete against other skiers on tracks that wind through wonderful wintery landscapes under the shadow of snow-capped mountains. Tuck to increase your speed in the steep sections of the course and hold your breath as you fire on the shooting range to ensure your victory. Train your athlete to compete at the highest level in the Pro-League in the extensive Career Mode or play Split Screen with your friends in Multiplayer Mode. 15 levels including four original venues Realistic conversion of the...
Sony Playstation 2 - November 24, 2008
SKI AND SHOOT is an arcade, tactical 3D simulation of one of the most popular winter sports. Compete against other skiers on tracks that wind through wonderful wintery landscapes under the shadow of snow-capped mountains. Tuck to increase your speed...
Nintendo Wii - August 4, 2008
Summer Athletics will be action-packed multi-player fun for the whole family. The intuitive controls will be adapted to make the most of the individual platforms. Four different difficulty levels will make sure that both regular and casual gamers will enjoy themselves.
Nintendo DS - June 29, 2010
A brain-training program that sharpens thinking skills in imaginative creative ways Power up your Brain! An original program that helps players sharpen their thinking skills in imaginative and creative ways -Players get their Think! Quotient to help track their Progress -Three levels of difficulty, six different training categories -Players enhance their skills in Language, Memory, Mathematics, Spatial Reasoning, Grasp, Logic--and more. -Single player, multiplayer (single card), free training -Individual training schedule and progress documentation -In-game coach...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 29, 2001
Can these cartoon cuties ever catch a break? Not in this tough game for the Game Boy Color. It seems that the nefarious Max has kidnapped the TINY TOONS bunch and imprisoned them somewhere on the campus of ACME Loonyversity. Buster is the only Toon that has managed to evade Max, and now you've got to help him rescue the other characters before it's too late. Guide everyone's favorite wisecracking rabbit through multiple stages of adventures, armed only with his ability to think quickly and hop. ACME Loonyversity makes for an excellent video game setting, using the campus as a springboard to...
Sony Playstation - Released - September 15, 2001
Players head out for an adventure with the Tiny Toons gang in Tiny Toon Adventures: Plucky's Big Adventure for PlayStation. In this title, based on the Tiny Toons animated series kids can play as Plucky, Hamton, Buster and Babs as they explore twenty-plus levels of Acme Looniversity in search of parts for a time machine for Plucky. While avoiding the incorrigible Elmyra and Montana Max, players help the gang seek out the time machine parts in order for Plucky to travel back in time to finish his homework. Searching all over the Looniversity in Acme Acres, players explore many places...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 5, 2002
Join up with your favorite characters from the TINY TOON ADVENTURES universe for some action and excitement. Any fan of the classic cartoon series will go nuts for the near-perfect animation and familiar humor of the television show, but this game goes far beyond the call of duty. Between the long list of well-loved characters and the intense combat design, TINY TOON ADVENTURES: Buster's Bad Dream ranks among the Game Boy Advance elite. Make your way through four unique environments including Acme Forest, Haunted Mansion, Space Station, and a surprise locale partnering up with other Toons to...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 4, 2002
What happens when you take classic puzzle gaming and toss in some of the most lovable characters in cartoon history? You get one undeniably awesome game. Buster Bunny, Plucky Duck, and the rest of the TINY TOONS crew are ready for fun, and you're in the driver's seat. The basic premise of this addicting, original title is to arrange pairs of colored eggs, dropping them onto the screen to create combinations. Of course, there are numerous obstacles and would-be detractors to make things more difficult (UFOs, Tasmanian Devils), and time is never on your side. There are plenty of characters from...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - March 14, 2001
What is the world's favorite cat-and-mouse duo up to these days? Well, just about the same thing they've been up to for the last 60-odd years fighting. Join all of your favorite friends from the long-running cartoon series for an experience that's based entirely on the show. The story will be fairly familiar to anyone who's ever watched the cartoon; Jerry's naïve country cousins are in town for a visit, and Tom is hungry. It's up to Jerry to rescue his cousins from peril in scene after scene, foiling the plans of his starving counterpart. Play as either Tom or Jerry in this battle of wits and...
Ultimate Block Party (titled Kollon (ころん) in Japan, Koloomn in Europe) is a puzzle game series where blocks must be cleared. Every so often new rows of blocks will push up the current ones. Not clearing enough within a set time limit will force the blocks to the top of the screen, where the player will lose. Blocks can be cleared if at least four blocks of the same color are touching. The speed of new rows will increase as the game is played longer. The blocks which get cleared will result in the blocks above falling down. The game offers several different modes including a multiplayer and...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 18, 2008
Following previous winter sports titles (including the official game of the Torino 2006 Olympic Games), 49Games presents another light simulation of some of the most popular winter sports, including alpine skiing, snowboard half-pipe, ski jump, speed skating, biathlon, luge, bobsleigh, skeleton, figure skating and curling, for a total of 18 different events. While not as complex as the specialized games developed by the German company (there's no waxing the skis, for instance), the game features a solid physics engine, which provides more realism than some of the more arcadish approaches to...
Nintendo Wii - Released - September 15, 2009
Gamers can grab their Wii Remote, hop on their Wii Balance Board, and try out 28 different Summer Olympics-style disciplines in World Championship Athletics. Players create and develop their own athlete, choose a country to represent, and then head off for competition in a variety of swimming, diving, cycling, shooting, and track & field events. Split-screen and hot seat multiplayer modes are available for up to four.