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Archer Maclean's 3D Pool

Archer Maclean's 3D Pool

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 3, 2004

Join world renowned pool game designer Archer Maclean at the table in ARCHER MACLEAN'S 3D POOL for the Game Boy Advance. This virtual pool game by Ignition Entertainment puts players up against 20 different computer adversaries or against other players in a true three dimensional environment. The one-player mode features several different options. Players can select to use either coin-op or professional rules. Both American and UK variations of the game are available as well. A rule editor feature allows players to pick and choose which of the different rules will be in effect for the game. A...

Babe and Friends

Babe and Friends

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 1, 1999

Puzzle fans that enjoyed the BABE movie series will find a lot to like here. BABE AND FRIENDS, a single-player puzzle game for Game Boy Color, has the little porcine hero guiding his herd through 40 levels that span such locations as the farm, the airport, and the city. In each level there is a checkered flag, to which Babe must take a herd. The sheep aren't very good at finding their own paths, so Babe has to walk them through every step of the way. Clear obstacles, set up roadblocks to make detours, and generally do what you have to in order to make a safe route for the sheep. Watch out for...

The Bible Game

The Bible Game

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2005

A trivia game to test gamers' biblical knowledge, The Bible Game for Game Boy Advance combines action/adventure play style with trivia challenges. In their quest to protect the Armor of God, players may choose to play as either Billy or Jenny across seven levels including forest, snowy tundra, desert, and tropical island environments. Along the way they must answer questions from both the Old and New Testaments. Either the New International Version or King James translation may be selected, and three levels of difficulty keep the game accessible for all ages.

Brunswick Pro Bowling

Brunswick Pro Bowling

Nintendo Wii - August 28, 2007

Work your way from an amateur to a true professional Brunswick Pro Champion. Featuring real-time changing lane conditions for the player to master during the course of a match, authentic Brunswick bowling products to improve your character's performance, and ten different environments to choose from.

Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games

Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 6, 2006

Camp Lazlo: Leaky Lake Games is an Action game, developed by Collision Studios and published by Crave, which was released in 2006.

Dragon Dance

Dragon Dance

Nintendo Game Boy Color - August 1, 2000

Addictive breakout-style action meets fast and furious arcade fun. With 100 levels, challenging end bosses and multiple power-ups, Dragon Dance is the game you can't put down! Head-to-head combat with boss enemies every 10th level. Random events like earthquakes shake up the gameplay. Dragon control and length add to the complexity of each puzzle. Enjoy Vs. mode and play with friends via Game Link Cable.

Earthworm Jim: Menace 2 the Galaxy

Earthworm Jim: Menace 2 the Galaxy

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 10, 1999

Earthworm Jim is back, and he's brought a ton of mayhem and destruction with him! EARTHWORM JIM: Menace 2 the Galaxy is the second Game Boy Color adventure for everyone's favorite worm-turned-superhero. Playing as Jim in this one-player action game, you must blast your way through 12 bizarre stages packed with enemies and other hazards. To aid you in your endeavor, you'll be able to pick up and use four different weapons to toast your foes. The typical wry humor present in the EARTHWORM JIM series is here as well, resulting in some crazy situations for you to jump, shoot, and fly your way...

Elf: The Movie

Elf: The Movie

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 4, 2004

You might say that Buddy stands out a bit at the North Pole. Sure, he was raised by elves after stowing away in Santa's bag, but after 30 years, he just doesn't seem to fit in any more – literally. Santa suggests that Buddy journey to New York and find his real father, but when he arrives, hilarity ensues as Buddy learns his way in the Big City. Make your way through 10 different stages inspired by the movie or compete in three different mini-games. Can you take on the role of Buddy the elf and bring Christmas cheer to everyone? A six-foot, five-inch elf doesn't exactly blend in. You'll...

Eternal Eyes

Eternal Eyes

Sony Playstation - Released - November 28, 2001

The Mappets have shielded the land of Gross from war and destruction for close to 1,000 years. But the evil General Vorless has stolen the Soul Sword and is using it to destroy the Mappets. With the Mappets out of the way, he hopes to awaken Luna, the Goddess of Destruction, and rule the land unopposed. Luca and his sister Elena are two orphans, living in a small house in the kingdom of Gross. They have two good friends - Mouse and Nicol. One day, while exploring a local cave, the four youths find a mysterious jewel. Later, they travel to the city of Goondocks, where they find a similar...

The Flintstones: Big Trouble in Bedrock

The Flintstones: Big Trouble in Bedrock

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - December 9, 2001

Barney is ancient history unless fred can save him from the most sinister villian of the Stone Age, Dr. Sinister!!! It's a perilous prehistori world, where finding your best buddy may be the most fun you've ever had! You're the star of the show! The Flintstones characters and classic cartoon action makes you feel like a full fledged member of the modern Stone Age family! Run, jump, judo chop, and double jump your way through danger!

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 17, 2006

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, from Craig McCracken (creator of The Powerpuff Girls) features the somewhat shy Mac and his imaginary friend, Blooregard Q. Kazoo. The game is inspired by memorable episodes from the Cartoon Network hit series and allows fans to control Mac and Bloo as they solve quirky challenges and complete mission objectives. The action takes place in and around Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and features many of the signature characters from the show including Wilt, Eduardo, Coco and more.

Future Tactics: The Uprising

Future Tactics: The Uprising

Sony Playstation 2 - May 6, 2004

Future Tactics: The Uprising is a turn-based tactical game by developer Zed Two. The world of Pillage has been taken over by alien creatures and the player has to stop this, taking the role of Low and his little sister Pepper, along with other characters they meet along the way. The battle system in Future Tactics combines tactics with a little bit of reflexes. By firing a gun you have to play some sort of mini game. The better you play, the more accurate your shot will be. Future Tactics uses cartoon-like 3D graphics with completely deformable terrain.

Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko

Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko

Nintendo 64 - Released - September 29, 1999

When Gex is watching TV one day, he discovers that Rez has kidnapped Agent Xtra (the agent from Gex: Enter the Gecko's backstory), head of the TV Terrorist Defense Unit, to get to him. He teleports to the batcave-like lair he has in the Media Dimension, and begins another adventure. Each level parodies a certain aspect of television culture (here the levels exist as stand-alone channels). Gex enters each level through a television set. He must collect remote controls to advance to the next level in order to complete his mission and rescue Xtra.

Gex: Enter the Gecko

Gex: Enter the Gecko

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 1998

After saving the television realm from destruction, Gex retired to Maui. Unfortunately, Rez has returned and wants to take over the television realm again. Now Gex must come out of retirement. Guide him through 26 levels, each with a number of missions to complete. Finishing a mission will earn a remote control; collect enough remotes and new stages open. In all of the levels, Gex will have to either avoid or fight enemies. Luckily, he is equipped with a tail that can whip the bad guys into shape. To further aid in the fight, Gex can eat flies that will grant him an extra life or increase the...

Godzilla: The Series

Godzilla: The Series

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 30, 1999

Giant monsters are attacking Earth, and Godzilla, a 200-foot tall, fire-breathing lizard, is the only thing that can save the world. Unfortunately, the military wants to destroy all giant creatures, good or bad. You take control of Godzilla as he travels through seven action-packed levels. In each one, Godzilla must work his way past the military to fight a giant monster. Luckily, Godzilla has fire breath that will destroy almost anything. While fighting through the levels, Godzilla will earn new attacks like the stomp, bite, and tail-whip. Will Godzilla be able to save the planet from the...

Godzilla: The Series - Monster Wars

Godzilla: The Series - Monster Wars

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 20, 2000

Aliens are creating mutants on Earth, and it is up to Godzilla to save the planet from the giant monsters in GODZILLA THE SERIES: MONSTER WARS. You take control of the giant lizard in 10 levels of action that take place in deserts, cities, and underwater. Free-scrolling technology gives you total control of Godzilla, and new cross-hairs improve the accuracy of Godzilla’s attacks that include fireball, tail whip, bite, claw, stomp, and flame breath. As an added bonus, all of the attacks can be linked together for unlimited combinations. And you are going to need those combinations to destroy...

Intellivision Lives!

Intellivision Lives!

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 4, 2004

IntelliVision Lives! is a compilation of over sixty games that appeared on the IntelliVision game system in the early 1980's. You get over sixty games in several categories.

Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu

Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu

Sony Playstation - Released - July 29, 1999

Jade Cocoon is the story of Levant, a young man who lives in the town of Syrus. You guide the silent protagonist on his quest to follow in his presumably dead father's footsteps to become a cocoon master. To do this, he must marry a Na'gi woman, and is betrothed to a girl named Mahbu (voiced by Michelle Ruff). On the day of a large festival in Syrus, the village is attacked by demons known as the Onibubu, which cause many villagers to fall into a deep slumber. An elderly Nagi woman, Garai, repels the Onibubu using Nagi magic before their curse affects everyone.

Kengo: Master of Bushido

Kengo: Master of Bushido

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 3, 2001

Kengo: Master of Bushido is a Samurai fighting game where playersaim to win the Emperor's Tournament to become Master of Bushido. Each of the game's several stages has its own individual environments. Characters have different story lines and develop both their physical and mental skills throughout the game. Life and spirit gauges measure your offensive abilities, and the game has a "Samurai Reputation" system based on honor and technique. There are multiple game modes, including training, street battle, Imperial Tournament, survival battle, and head-to-head.

Magforce Racing

Magforce Racing

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 1, 2000

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. Similar to Wipeout, this is a game for speed freaks.

Man vs. Wild

Man vs. Wild

Nintendo Wii - April 26, 2011

Man vs. Wild is a video game inspired by the Man vs. Wild survival television series. In it, the player takes on the role of host Bear Grylls to survive the hardships of various environments.

Men in Black 2: The Series

Men in Black 2: The Series

Nintendo Game Boy Color - July 9, 2000

Based on the cartoon series of the same name, MEN IN BLACK: The Series 2 starts with aliens invading the Earth. It is up to a covert organization, known only as Men In Black, to stop the invasion. You take the role of Agent J as he hunts down 12 different alien races, including the Skraaldians and the Fmeck. Luckily, J has a wide range of weapons to help him put an end to the alien menace; most notable is the Noisy Cricket. While most aliens are relatively easy to spot, some can change shape and will not reveal themselves until J gets close to them...so keep your eyes peeled. When a stage is...

Men in Black: The Series

Men in Black: The Series

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - January 1, 2002

The scum of the universe continue to slip through the cracks in the system and arrive on earth. As a Men in Black agent, it's your job to stop them. Armed with advanced weapons including the noisy cricket, freezer gun, and grenade launcher, you will battle an array of aliens across New York, and even in space.

Mojo!

Mojo!

Microsoft Xbox - Released - August 26, 2003

The Mojo! game is a challenging, graphically stunning and addictive 3D puzzle adventure that tests both your mind and your reflexes. Because your "Mojo" (energy) drains over time, you must quickly maneuver through progressively difficult stages, clearing sequences of colored blocks in increasingly shorter amounts of time. Only the most skilled players will be able to navigate Mojo!'s mind-bending chain of puzzles in order to survive to the legendary 100th stage!

Mort the Chicken

Mort the Chicken

Sony Playstation - Released - November 3, 2000

The Chickens are in a panic when mysterious creatures from another world kidnap their baby chicks! Stolen from the farm and threatened with becoming tasty snacks, it is up to fearless Mort to come to their rescue. A super chicken with super powers, Mort must cluck, peck and comb-whip the pride of the farm back to safety.

MX World Tour featuring Jamie Little

MX World Tour featuring Jamie Little

Sony Playstation 2 - April 5, 2005

This game features Motocross racing and showcases popular motorsports commentator, Jamie Little. Race against 11 other riders on 32 different tracks around the globe. This game features Supercross (indoor), Motocross (outdoor), and Supermoto (dirt and asphalt) tracks. Splitscreen multiplayer for 2-4 players is also available. Jamie Little, in addition to providing race commentary, is also a playable character.

Napoleon Dynamite: The Game

Napoleon Dynamite: The Game

Nintendo DS - October 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.

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Nintendo Wii - Released - January 19, 2010

Pinball Hall of Fame features more than eight pinball tables from the '60s through the '90s. The game features realistic physics, detailed graphics, and sounds captured directly from the actual tables. A tutorial fly-through of each table helps you plan your strategy and make every shot count. Compete for the high score alone or against three of your friends. With enough play, you'll learn fun facts about each table and even unlock a bonus table.

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Sony Playstation 2 - November 16, 2004

Pinball Hall of Fame features more than eight pinball tables from the '60s through the '90s. The game features realistic physics, detailed graphics, and sounds captured directly from the actual tables. A tutorial fly-through of each table helps you plan your strategy and make every shot count. Compete for the high score alone or against three of your friends. With enough play, you'll learn fun facts about each table and even unlock a bonus table.

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Sony PSP - Released - December 6, 2005

This compilation simulates eight classic pinball tables and two novelty games by Gottlieb. It spans a wide range of machines, from the primitive Play-Boy of 1932 (pinball sans flippers) up to the Caddyshack-inspired Tee'd Off of 1993 with its LED display and voice samples. Every table is open for free play, with the exception of Play-Boy. In the course of playing each table, you can strive to achieve table-specific goals which unlock other features, like Tournament Mode or a novelty game like Xolten. For example, the goal given for Black Hole is to earn multiball mode and the lower...

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Nintendo GameCube - March 20, 2005

Pinball Hall of Fame features more than eight pinball tables from the '60s through the '90s. The game features realistic physics, detailed graphics, and sounds captured directly from the actual tables. A tutorial fly-through of each table helps you plan your strategy and make every shot count. Compete for the high score alone or against three of your friends. With enough play, you'll learn fun facts about each table and even unlock a bonus table.

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection

Microsoft Xbox - November 18, 2004

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection is a pinball video game developed by FarSight Studios and published by Crave Entertainment. The tables in the game are recreations of real tables. The game was later released as Gottlieb Pinball Classics, published by System 3, in Europe and Australia. This expanded version featured additional tables and was released in North America on Wii and PSP under the original name, Pinball Hall of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection.

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection

Sony Playstation 2 - February 26, 2008

Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection faithfully recreates eight of the most memorable tables from the golden age of pinball in photorealistic 3D. Working closely with Williams to ensure authenticity of each of the games, the collection is highlighted by some of the most popular and innovative Williams pinball tables, including Gorgar, the first-ever talking pinball machine, Black Knight, which introduced "Magna-Save" and Bonus Ball, and Space Shuttle, which took the pinball industry by storm in 1984. Every table has been meticulously recreated to bring players the visuals, sound...

Pitfall: Beyond the Jungle

Pitfall: Beyond the Jungle

Nintendo Game Boy Color - ROM Hack - December 1, 1998

An evil force known as Scourge is manipulating the Red Lucense in order to take over the jungle. Now it is up to Pitfall Harry Jr. to use the Blue Lucense to restore peace to the land. You control Harry as he battles through 15 levels that span jungles, volcanoes, prisons, and caverns. Each world has unique variations; for example, you have to swing from vines in the jungle stages, while using a pickaxe to battle scorpions and other monsters. For some additional help, Harry has quick reflexes to allow him to dodge bullets and jump over some of the bad guys. In addition to Harry's innate...

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords & More!

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords & More!

Sony Playstation 2 - May 30, 2006

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords & More! offers more than 200 hours of gameplay, ranging from easy to difficult standard crosswords, codebreakers that require the player to determine number matches assigned to each letter of the alphabet, puzzles with cryptic clues, diamond shaped puzzles and backwards puzzles where the player fills in their own black squares. Word searches come in standard or themed versions. Profiles can be set for multiple players so that the entire household can use the software. Exclusive to the PSP system version is a two-player game sharing mode that enables two people on...

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords and More!

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords and More!

Sony PSP - Released - May 31, 2006

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords and More! offers more than 200 hours of gameplay, ranging from easy to difficult standard crosswords, codebreakers that require the player to determine number matches assigned to each letter of the alphabet, puzzles with cryptic clues, diamond shaped puzzles and backwards puzzles where the player fills in their own black squares. Word searches come in standard or themed versions. Profiles can be set for multiple players so that the entire household can use the software. Exclusive to the PSP system version is a two-player game sharing mode that enables two people on...

Razor Freestyle Scooter

Razor Freestyle Scooter

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2001

If they're so cool in real life, can you even imagine what they can do in a video game? The popular razor scooters now have their own Game Boy Advance title, and it's one intense ride. Choose your rig from a variety of available scooters, and then head out to rescue your friends from the clutches an evil robot named Norton. Your style and skills are the only things that can save the day, so get moving! There are 10 cool characters to play as each with unique abilities and shortcomings and 45 cool maneuvers to pull off. Packed with awesome graphics and realistic action, RAZOR FREESTYLE SCOOTER...

Razor Freestyle Scooter

Razor Freestyle Scooter

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.

Razor Freestyle Scooter

Razor Freestyle Scooter

Sony Playstation - Released - December 13, 2000

Officially licensed by Razor USA, a company that makes scooters and safety equipment, Razor Freestyle Scooter has you controlling one of ten characters though a series of three environments while trying to perform various stunts and aerial maneuvers (a total of 45 moves are available in the game). Built using the Grind Session skateboarding engine, Razor tells the story of a group of kids whose friends have been captured by an evil giant robot. Over the course of the game, the youngsters will have to complete an assortment of challenges to rescue their pals. Once the necessary tricks and...

Razor Racing

Razor Racing

Sony Playstation - Released - November 1, 2001

Razor Racing, the follow-up to Razor Freestyle Scooter, brings the popular sport into the realm of race competition. Combining speed with elements from the previous title, players take their scooters and hit one of three locales in an attempt to become a racing legend. Each location (city streets, mall, and an industrial compound) is composed of three separate sections. In the first round, players qualify for the race by completing three laps within the allotted time. Next, players race by challenging two other opponents in a three-lap challenge. Completing these two objectives will open up...

Razor: Freestyle Scooter

Razor: Freestyle Scooter

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 10, 2001

If they're so cool in real life, can you even imagine what they can do in a video game? The popular razor scooters now have their own GBC title, and it's one intense ride. Choose your rig from a variety of available scooters, and then head out to rescue your friends from the clutches an evil robot named Norton. Your style and skills are the only things that can save the day, so get moving! There are 10 cool characters to play as each with unique abilities and shortcomings and 45 cool maneuvers to pull off. Packed with awesome graphics and realistic action, RAZOR FREESTYLE SCOOTER challenges...

Shadow Madness

Shadow Madness

Sony Playstation - Released - June 2, 1999

Stinger returned home one morning after a night out of town to a horrible surprise. A mysterious force had destroyed his coastal hometown, leaving few survivors. Unable to even determine the remains of his own house, the young man was now an orphan. Upon meeting a mystic named Windleaf, the two decided to embark upon a journey to find out what happened. Their adventure in Shadow Madness will span across the entire fantastic world of Arkose, even to the unexplored area known as Wyldern. Meeting up with four other unique warriors along the way (the droid-like Harv-5, a magical floating head...

Sing 4: The Hits Edition

Sing 4: The Hits Edition

Nintendo Wii - July 19, 2011

Sing along to over 40 hit songs and music videos High-precision lyrics scoring, pitch correction , performance playback and more Up to 4 players can play simultaneously in one of 4 modes Sing4: The Hits Edition is a unique singing game unlike any other. This is the first game with high-precision lyrics scoring that detects humming vs. singing, and includes cool effects like pitch correction to enhance your voice with. Sing4 is sure to be a fun game for the whole family, allowing up to 4 players to sing simultaneously. There are 40 popular original artist’s tracks and music videos to rock...

Sky Dancers

Sky Dancers

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 25, 2005

Sky Dancers is a game made for girls based on the Sky Dancers line of toys. Young adventurers can fly off on an exciting journey with Angelica, Camille and Jade! Queen Skyla has chosen the best dancers from her High Hope Dance Academy to defend the Wingdom from the evil Sky Clone and his wicked servants and henchmen. Sky Clone has spirited away the Queen so he can take over the Wingdom, and the Sky Dancers must use their magical feathers and new special skills to save the day. The game features collectible in-game Sky Dancers costumes and hair accessories that may be traded via the Game...

Sno-Cross Championship Racing

Sno-Cross Championship Racing

Sony Playstation - Released - August 9, 2000

Sno-Cross Championship Racing provides players with the opportunity to race 12 snowmobiles by Yamaha. In the championship mode snowmobiles can be upgraded with money won by winning races and performing tricks. There are 10 racing circuits set in such locations as Nagano, Aspen, and Munich. A track editor is included as well so that users can modify current tracks or create their own. Strap on your goggles and helmet, choose your favorite Yamaha sled, and hit the courses. Gain experience day and night, sun rain or snow, racing on the icy flats of Vladivostok, the slopes of Aspen, and the...

Stadium Games

Stadium Games

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 3, 2004

A collection of six minigame challenges -- Shooting (shoot down clay pidgeons), Archery (score points with 10 arrow shots), Javelin (throw for the longest distance), Football (kick fieldgoals for completion and accuracy), Pole Vault (the best of three attempts are judged for height and finesse), and Hammer Throw (toss the hammer for distance).

Starlancer

Starlancer

Sega Dreamcast - Released - March 31, 2000

It's 2160, and the Eastern Alliance has launched a surprise attack on the Western Coalition's fleet and decimated it. The call has gone out for volunteers to become Alliance fighter pilots, and you have signed up with the 45th Volunteer Squadron. Designed by Chris and Erin Roberts, the creative force behind the Wing Commander/Privateer megaseries, this space fighting simulation features the genre's standard mission types: escort, fighter sweep, interception, attacking space stations, fighting in asteroid fields, etc.

Surf Rocket Racers

Surf Rocket Racers

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 28, 2001

Surf Rocket Racers is a jet-ski racing game for the Dreamcast. As in most aquatic racers, success here depends on your ability to smoothly handle unpredictable waves and aggressive competition at the same time. There are several game modes to choose from. First up is the Championship. In this mode, you compete in a series of circuit races and accumulate points based on your finishing position. The racer with the most points at the end of the season wins. The other modes include a trick competition, a hazard and obstacle course, and a head-to-head 2-player mode.

Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance

Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - April 20, 2005

Game Boy Advance adaptation of the popular Japanese Tokyo Xtreme Racing series of games. The GBA game features more than 16 unique user-playable cars to choose from, each with various levels of car tuning options. "Tuner" fans are able to upgrade and customize their cars with plenty of performance and style modifications. Gameplay is similar to the console titles, meaning you explore different metropolitan areas and look for other car fans to challenge them to races. Players race through three cities- Tokyo, London and Los Angeles-on six different tracks. There are more than 60 different...

Trigger Man

Trigger Man

Microsoft Xbox - October 5, 2004

Trigger Man puts you in the middle of a growing conflict between rival Mob families. In the name of the Coladangelo family, you must destroy rival gang operations, intimidate or assassinate witnesses and rival Mob leaders, and wound a soldier here and there as a message to his boss. Work fast as you search through loading docks, fight through a fine Italian restaurant, and scour a casino for your prey. People know you as the underworld's toughest Mob enforcer, and you have an array of deadly weapons to keep your reputation alive.

Tringo

Tringo

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - May 16, 2006

Tringo combines elements of puzzle games and bingo in a challenging brain-twister. Players start with a blank board on which they must place 35 game pieces that appear one by one during the timed turns. Points are scored by fitting the pieces to form solid blocks and clearing the blocks from the board. You've got to move quickly but carefully because missed pieces lose points. Tringo was developed first by Nathan Keir within Second Life, a virtual world that encourages players to create their own content. Brought to the GBA, this handheld version is optimized for portable play for quick...

UFC: Throwdown

UFC: Throwdown

Sony Playstation 2 - June 3, 2002

UFC: Throwdown is based on the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), mixed martial arts sports. The game places you in the position as a real-world fighter, utilizing various fighting styles, such as Freestyle, Wrestling, Kickboxing, Ju Jitsu, etc. Each fighter has a variety of real-life moves, in different categories. There are punches, kicks, grapples and takedowns. There are also ways of making your opponent submit, or "tapout", to gain a victory. You have the ability to perform combos, but these combos are realistic; you can perform a 1-2-3-4 punch combo, or a punch-punch-kick, or...

UFC: Throwdown

UFC: Throwdown

Nintendo GameCube - July 29, 2002

UFC: Throwdown is based on the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), mixed martial arts sports. The game places you in the position as a real-world fighter, utilizing various fighting styles, such as Freestyle, Wrestling, Kickboxing, Ju Jitsu, etc. Each fighter has a variety of real-life moves, in different categories. There are punches, kicks, grapples and takedowns. There are also ways of making your opponent submit, or "tapout", to gain a victory. You have the ability to perform combos, but these combos are realistic; you can perform a 1-2-3-4 punch combo, or a punch-punch-kick, or...

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 29, 2000

Ultimate Fighting Championship is based on the no-holds-barred martial art tournament of the same name. What makes the game (and the real-life counterpart) distinct from wrestling, boxing, and other fights is the variety of fighting styles in use; it is perfectly possible to end up with a judo master facing a kickboxer. The actual gameplay is simple enough. You have various basic moves, combos, holds, and so on. The complications come in the form of the huge list of moves, featuring many different styles. Hit your opponent until he gets knocked out, or force him to tap out early.

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 27, 2000

In Ultimate Fighting, anything goes. From disciplined martial arts techniques to freestyle wrestling, every form of fighting is represented. Now, Ultimate Fighting makes it way to the Game Boy Color with ULTIMATE FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP. You can choose from eight different fighters, each with different fighting styles and abilities. Once in the ring, you have full control over your fighter's movement. Oncoming attackers can be easily avoided by moving up or down, which gives the game a pseudo-3D feel. Get used to the controls and learn how to utilized a fighter's strengths and weaknesses in the...

Witches & Vampires: The Secrets of Ashburry

Witches & Vampires: The Secrets of Ashburry

Nintendo DS - November 5, 2010

Witches & Vampires is an adventure game that tells the story of three magical half siblings and their struggle against evil.Three supernatural siblings work together to fight demons and vampires in this role-playing game from Conspiracy Entertainment. Play as witch Aluna, vampire Dariel, and half-blood Ruby as they search the village of Ashburry for the six mystical amulets needed to stop the evil creatures. Players can interact with townsfolk to receive quests and venture into dungeons to hunt for treasure and clues to the missing amulets. The touch-screen interface is used to perform actions...

World Championship Poker

World Championship Poker

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 3, 2004

Now you can play the best games that Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and New Orleans have to offer right in the palm of your hand. In World Championship Poker, you can visit a variety of casinos to play games such as poker, blackjack, video poker, and slots. Although your AI-controlled opponents are tough, each one has a unique set of "tells" that give you more information about the cards he or she is holding. Win money in single-player matches or challenge up to three of your friends via a Game Boy Advance link cable.

World Championship Poker: Featuring Howard Lederer

World Championship Poker: Featuring Howard Lederer

Nintendo Wii - May 29, 2007

The third game in the series. A version for the Wii was then released in 2007, being developed by Point of View. It is known that the title will allow players to utilize the motion-sensing functionality of the Wii Remote to play the game.

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