Arcade - Released - 1994
Alien Challenge was produced by International Games System in 1995. Alien Challenge is a 2D versus fighting game in which you take control of one of eight eight fallen gods (according to the introduction story) and participate in a fighting tournament. The fighters to choose from are the ninja Jean Paul, warrior Melanie, American footballer Dougster, werewolf Fang, jester Drew, oriental fighter Nic-San, burning Burnie and golden Stevareno. Each fighter has their own fighting techniques witch include kick, punch and special attacks. The fights are best of three. After defeating the...
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 9, 1991
Armadillo is the name of an NES/Family Computer platform video game, published by IGS in 1991. The player controls a yellow armadillo with a red hat named Billy the Shell. Before each level, the player gets to move around on a board game-type screen, reminiscent of Super Mario Bros. 3. There are a lot of small squares, and the player can move on them one at a time. There are also some larger squares with pictures on them, and if the player is on them, he/she can choose to begin an action stage, which has to be cleared before the player can pass it. There is also another character moving...
Nintendo Entertainment System - December 19, 1990
Battle Stadium: Senbatsu Pro Yakyuu is a Sports game, developed and published by IGS, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 14, 1993
The world of Kypros is populated by many races: humans, intelligent reptiles, dog-like wosshus, and others. There are also many gods in Kypros. Not all the gods could accept the peaceful co-existence of creatures in Kypros, and Daar, the god of darkness, plotted evil schemes until he was defeated and sealed by the god of light, Risk. Years have past, and the evil demon lord Bido is trying to resurrect Daar. According to an ancient prophecy, only eight heroes, the bearers of magic pearls, can stop Bido's evil plans: eight heroes who come from different parts of Kypros, unaware of their great...
Arcade - Released - 2001
This is a re-themed version of the 4th game in the Dragon World series (Dragon World 2001).
3DO Interactive Multiplayer - June 1, 1994
Club 3DO: Station Invasion is an educational game, presented as a game show and designed for children ages 7 to 14. Your job is to be the best producer at an all-kid television station. Choose from five hit shows: a sitcom, game show, talk show, soap opera and a mystery adventure. Solve the puzzles and challenges of each show to get higher ratings. The game provides a mix of computer graphics and live character video.
3DO Interactive Multiplayer - April 1, 1995
D is basically an adventure game in which the player controlled main character Laura Harris, who must find out why her father has gone on a murderous rampage and is holding hostages in a hospital. The game uses pre-generated computer graphics and full motion video to tell its story. The player has two hours to solve the mystery of why Laura's father went on his bloody maasacre. The player manipulates the Laura character from both a first person and third person perspectives. The game has several endings, a time's up ending, a good and bad ending, and a 100% completion ending. The ending a...
Sega Genesis - Released - December 20, 1991
Players control the title character who, in a medieval fantasy setting, struggled against the powers of an evil sorceress raiding her village. The story is told through cut scenes and Dahna was helped along the way by various mythical beasts. The game has an extra level of violence to it as every enemy Dahna killed disappeared in a streak of blood and one end stage boss had to be defeated through constant dismemberment.
Arcade - Released - 2002
The gameplay is similar to Metal Slug and other run and gun games. It lacks the vehicles that were an element of Metal Slug. In addition, there are some unique features in the game. Each of the four characters brings along a pet, which can be sent to attack enemies or used as a shield. There are three buttons: Shoot, jump, and shield. Holding the shoot button charges your pet, and when released the pet launches a stationary devastating attack for a few seconds. The shield button converts the pet into a shield that is permanent - until you press the button again or it takes enough damage to...
Arcade - Released - 2001
Bee Storm was released in May 2001 in the Japanese arcades. Developed by Cave and published by IGS under license from the developer. It was the first shoot'em up game made on the PGM hardware. Scitron Digital Content released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Dodonpachi II / Dodonpachi Sound Trax - SCDC-00126) on 19/09/2001.
Arcade - Released - 1997
Dragon World is a 2D puzzle game, based on Mahjong, but with slightly different rules. When you select a given tile, it moves down the a rack on the bottom of the screen; three matching tiles are removed. The game ends if you fill up the rack. After completing a level, a picture of a girl is shown as a reward.
Arcade - Released - 2001
Dragon World 2001 is the 4th major release in the Dragon World series, a popular line of Shanghai type games. You can switch between the Mahjong symbols and more generic ones in the service mode.
Arcade - Released - November 1, 1997
A solitaire mahjong game where the object is to match 3 of a kind, using a limited amount of tiles. A layout of tiles is presented. When you select a given tile, it moves down the a rack on the bottom of the screen; three matching tiles are removed. The game ends if you fill up the rack.
Apple Mac OS - July 14, 2009
Help Jennifer, a young marine biologist, win the Best Aquarium Award. Dive to the bottom of the sea and find various hidden items in numerous eye-teasing locations. Earn cash to buy cute sea creatures and gorgeous ornaments and create unique aquariums. Choose from tons of accessories and supplies to make the life of your exotic swimming pets fun and comfortable. Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey lets your Fishination run wild in this dazzling Hidden Object game!
Arcade - Released - 2003
The Gladiator is a beat'em up, developed and published by IGS (Taiwan), which was released in 2003. The story is about the cursed Sacred Sword, that appears once again, taking the lives of hundreds of people. Two prominent families were killed, just because they possessed it. Behind these entire massacres more mysteries are secretly hidden, the rumors say that perhaps even the government took part of it. Chu Xing Han, San Kuan Ging and Wu Ping decide to take matters in their hands. The conflict in Wu Lin seems to trigger at any moment, unconsciously all sword masters are falling into a...
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - February 21, 1992
IQ Panic is a quiz game with a background story. A demon has kidnapped a girl from a peaceful village, and the elders send a boy named Gengorō to bring her back, defeating the demon's minions using his intelligence and knowledge. The game has a pseudo-RPG structure, with top-down navigation, overworld, towns, dungeons, treasure chests, random and boss "battles", etc. However, real RPG elements are very light in the game: there is no leveling up, and the protagonist's health increases automatically following a plot-dictated boss encounter. The core of the gameplay are the trivia "battles"...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 27, 1992
J-League Fighting Soccer: The King of Ace Strikers (Jリーグ ファイティングサッカー J-Rīgu Faitingu Sakkā) is a Japan-exclusive soccer simulation video game for the Game Boy and Family Computer. The Game Boy version (released almost 5 months before the start of the inaugural season of the J. League) was the first title officially licensed by the J. League.
Arcade - 1998
The Killing Blade is a 1998 competitive fighting game released by IGS on arcade game machine. Development for the game took two years. In September 2005, IGS released a remake titled The Killing Blade Plus. The Mongol invasion of China has left the country in ruin. Five sects consisting of twelve warriors battle each other, then find the defeat the black hand of the wars: The Twin Tartars and Lord Wizard. Victory would earn the title "Superior Martial Paladin" to conquer China, bring order and establish a new empire. The game has a post Dynasty Wars setting and the game mechanics are...
Arcade - Released - 1999
A side scrolling beat-em-up that gives you control of one of the Five Tiger Generals of Shu (though it is possible to earn other famous faces, such as the intelligent Zhuge Liang and the beautiful though historically-nonexistant Diao Chan), following the historical fiction novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong.
Arcade - Released - 2000
Knights of Valour 2 is side-scrolling Beat 'em up action arcade game released by International Games System in 2000. Is the sequel of Knights of Valour.
Arcade - Released - 2008
A horizontally scrolling beatemup that uses Romance of the Three Kingdoms story as a backdrop. Unlike previous entries in the series this title utilized an electronic card based system that saved a players level and items each time they played the game. This game is an update of Knights of Valour 2 that includes new levels, shops, weapons, and enemies.This may be a duplicate entry with Knights of Valour 2 Bushou Retsuden
Arcade - Released - 2001
The plot is loosely adapted from the Chinese historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms and features the Five Tiger Generals, Zhuge Liang, Diaochan and others as playable characters. The gameplay involves the use of magical powers that are not featured in other games also based on the novel. The game was released in Japanese, Korean, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) and English.
Arcade - Released - September 26, 2011
Knights of Valour is a very classic and popular (especially in Asian countries) side-scrolling action arcade game series from Taiwan. Waiting for ten years after Knights of Valour 2, IGS brought us its orthodox sequel – Knights of Valour 3 in 2011, only released for PolyGame Master 2 (PGM2) platform. After Japanese Warriors of Fate, Taiwanese Knights of Valour series began a more long-term fashion in all arcade game rooms. Especially the first two works are still the favorite ones for many video game players, which can be considered as a rare flag of arcade games. Knights of Valour 3...
Arcade - Released - 1999
Knights Of Valour Plus is an Action game, developed and published by IGS (Taiwan), which was released in 1999. The Plus version has 4 more characters to choose from. But the game is the same
Arcade - Released - 1999
In addition to Capcom's "Three Kingdoms", the arcade market has a not very famous Three Kingdoms action game, Taiwan's IGS launched its "Three Kingdoms" version. Although, at the end of the 90s, not many people played the game outside Asia, Taiwan's IGS is still a solid alternative for this type of game, as well as the development of a variety of very rich and quite refreshing arcade games.
Arcade - Released - June 1, 1997
1300 years ago during the Tang dynasty, San Chang, a high priest, sets forth on a journey to India to learn the most profound Buddhist teachings - The Da Cheng Buddhist Scripture. During this journey he is attacked by many demons but is protected by his disciples Long Ma, Ba Chi, Wu Kong, Long Nui and Wu Ching.
Arcade - Released - 2008
Oriental Legend 2 was produced by IGS in 2008. A horizontally scrolling beat 'em up that use the Journey to the West story as a backdrop. The title is very complex as it involves utilizing equipment and multiple special moves to defeat your foes. Unlike other beat 'em up titles this one allows players to block most enemy attacks.This title uses an optional electronic card system to save players progress and items each time they play the game.
Arcade - Released - 1998
Oriental Legend was produced by Taiwanese company I.G.S. in 1997. A side scrolling fighting game by IGS.
Nintendo Entertainment System - August 2, 1991
The game allows the player to control a shape-changing robot named R-10 (and his human controller Lance) as they fight evil robots. On the land, the player is a freight train that must follow the railroad tracks to the boss of the level. However, the robot turns into an airplane when the player is forced to fly to the next mission. Sea missions require the player to transform into a submarine. The player has three lives and three continues as he struggles to liberate the world of Robocco from evil.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992
FUEL UP YOUR SUPER NINTNEDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM WITH THE ROCKETEER FROM IGS. Fire your thrusters and launch ace pilot Cliff Secord on his most challenging adventure ever. Fly, shoot or box your way through para-trooping rocketmen, Armored Flying Tanks and blizzards of bombs. Use his amazing rocket pack to defeat the enemy and rescue Jenny Blake from the clutches of nefarious villains. Rocket your way into the most realistic world in any game ever. State-of-the-art digitized graphics and spectacular stereo sound create an interactive movie experience. Battle through 4 different arcade...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 1, 1991
Sinistron is a side scrolling shooter similar to R-Type, but has a unique weapons system in which you can open and close your shields to improve your fire power at the expense of making your ship vulnerable. There are also several different powerups you can pick up such as missiles and different types of lasers. The plot in the game is not real clear according to the instruction booklet. Apparently something called a "Sinistron" has invaded your quadrant of the galaxy and you have to blow it up, just because. This game has large enemy sprites and large boss characters. The levels take...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - July 27, 1990
The action sizzles in Sonic Spike, on the front line of the world's most brutal volleyball game. Blast the ball over the net -- bump, spike, dig, jump, and even quick-fake a return. Orbital lobs soar to the sun; earth-pounding spikes vibrate the ground. Score ... or eat sand! Select and create your own teams from 24 athletes pulled from six nations. Pit gals against guys in a battle of the sexes, or fight the competition of the century with Japan, Australia, Brazil, USA or USSR.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 8, 1989
Super Mogura Tataki!! Pokkun Mogura ("Super Mole Bash!! Pokkun Mole") is an action game for Famicom based on the classic fairground/arcade game "whac-a-mole". The goal is to hit the moles as they poke out from eight different spots on the ground before they quickly duck their heads back down. Later stages switch the moles with other animals and characters to quickly bop. The game was released with a rubber mallet and a special smaller Power Pad peripheral (known in Japan as the Family Trainer) with a grid of buttons that corresponded to the holes that the moles would emerge from. Because...
Microsoft Xbox - November 9, 2004
The Sims have moved to the City where there's always action and where reputation means everything. In the Urbz: Sims in the City, you can go to work at such locations as the Sushi Bar, Chop Shop, or Bootleg Fireworks, Inc. Success at work brings promotions, access to new power socials, and gear to influence your new lifestyle. Flaunt your attitude by styling your Urbz, and then cross the velvet ropes of an uptown night club, or explore the subway to earn new skills and items.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 12, 1991
A vertical shoot-'em-up released for the Game Boy in Japan in 1991.