Hudson Soft

 3-D Bomberman

3-D Bomberman

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

The game is essentially a remake of the original Bomber Man, but from a first-person perspective. It resembles many early "3D Maze" games that manipulated 2D backdrops and sprites to give the illusion of a 3D environment. This change makes it far more difficult for the player to gain situational awareness of the map, the range of bombs, and the position and movement of Barom enemies. Additionally, indestructible walls have been changed to look identical to destructible ones, which might be due to limitations in the graphics engine

Adventure Island

Adventure Island

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 12, 1986

You just found out that Princess Leilani was kidnapped by the Evil Witch Doctor and taken to Adventure Island in the South Pacific. You land on Adventure Island without weapons or food. The island is thick with tropical forest, mountains and caves. Hidden on the island are your skateboard, axe, food and other helpful tools you must find by exploring the island. Better find the weapons and food quickly because you will need them to fight the Witch Doctor's spiders, snakes, bats and demons. The Evil Witch Doctor has set lots of traps for you before you can face him one on one. Are you up...

Adventure Island

Adventure Island

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 1, 1992

Master Higgins is back! Help him search through several uncharted islands for the missing Princess Tina! Grab a skateboard and thrash across savage lands filled with spider, cobras, skeletons and more! Crack open monster eggs to free your dinosaur buddies - they'll give you a wild ride! You'll explore the enter of menacing volcanoes, dive deep into subterranean lakes and take to the skies on your quest. But look out for the hungry guardians of the untamed islands - they're waiting to make Master Higgins their next meal! Your search for Princess Tina will be an adventure of a lifetime! *...

Adventure Island 3

Adventure Island 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 31, 1992

The gameplay and the design haven't much changed since Adventure Island II. There is a world map, you can choose items before starting a level, the levels themselves are quite short (unlike Adventure Island, where each large level contained several stages). You perform standard "adventure island" activities: ride various types of dinosaurs, throw boomerangs at snails, birds, snakes and skulls, collect grapes and apples, jump over stones and, of course, ride your old trusty skateboard.

Adventure Island II

Adventure Island II

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1991

Soar into action with Adventure Island II. That Evil Witch Doctor's just snatched your favorite lady. And you've got to battle your way past EIGHT treacherous islands to get her back. Combat prehistoric monsters -- some of the creepiest, fire-spitting critters ever to slither across a video screen! Survive molten volcanoes. Dodge giant scorpions and king cobras. And the action gets even crazier with a new vertical/horizontal scroll, while stage select lets you control play. So sharpen your axe, slip on a leopard skin, and take off for ADVENTURE ISLAND II. It's gonna be a wild ride!!!

Adventure Island II: Aliens in Paradise

Adventure Island II: Aliens in Paradise

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 1, 1993

Jeannie Jungle has been captured by aliens! She's stranded somewhere on one of eight islands and you, as the somewhat heroic Master Higgins, must find her. But be careful - each island is guarded by an enormous creature that's very hungry! Explore 8 levels Collect items such as: Axes, Skateboards, and boomerangs Enlist the help of the local dinosaurs Save your girlfriend from the menacing aliens Fortunately, you have a little help. There are five kinds of friendly dinosaurs waiting to give you a lift. They're stuck in eggs that you'll need to crack open! Hidden eggs are scattered...

Adventure Island: The Beginning

Adventure Island: The Beginning

Nintendo Wii - April 7, 2009

Master Higgins, the skateboard-riding, grass skirt-wearing hero, is back for more classic platforming action! ADVENTURE ISLAND: The Beginning comes to the Wii console with exciting new skills and elements! Learn how to use new skills while exploring Adventure Island from coast to coast. Search for Golden Melons hidden throughout the stages and minigames. When obtaining Golden Melons, you'll be able to purchase various items to help you on your adventure. Items purchased will increase your attack power or enable you to reach places you couldn't get to before. Fulfill certain requirements...

Adventures of Dino Riki

Adventures of Dino Riki

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 10, 1987

Somewhere in the land of dinosaurs, a hero known as Dino-Riki sets out to battle against the beasts of the ancient times and prove man's right to survival amongst evolution. You control Dino-Riki from a top-down perspective as the screen scrolls towards the top. Dino Riki must shoot the enemies in his way as well as leap over pits and avoid obstacles. His chances improve when he obtains weapon power-ups such as fireballs or boomerangs. Angel Wings also help and let Dino Riki fly above the ground. At the end of each level, Dino-Riki faces off against a boss creature.

Aldynes: The Misson Code for Rage Crisis

Aldynes: The Misson Code for Rage Crisis

PC Engine SuperGrafx - Released - February 22, 1991

The year is 2020, and global depression has descended upon the societies of the Earth. When humans least expect it, aliens from a mechanical planetoid attack seemingly without any reason. The League of Nations collaborates with NASA to produce a powerful space fighter under project name Aldynes. When a pilot known as Fox-A is killed, his girlfriend Hiroko heads to the air base where works on Project Aldynes took place. As the aliens launch their attack, Hiroko hijacks one of the fighters and enters the battle. Aldynes is a horizontally-scrolling sci-fi shoot-em-up. Player-controlled...

Alien Crush Returns

Alien Crush Returns

Nintendo Wii - Released - August 26, 2008

Sci-Fi Pinball Action! Defeat an alien army and go online to compete for a high score! Alien Crush Returns is the ultimate incarnation of the popular TurboGrafx pinball classic, Alien Crush. Boasting innovative game play and control features, this is one Wii experience that you don't want to miss! With all the ball-blazing simplicity and flipper-action thrills of standard pinball, Alien Crush Returns has all the visual and digital elements that you've come to expect in a video game, including grotesque, eye-stunning playfields as well as unique Action Ball gimmicks that redefine the fun...

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 30, 1994

The Mousekewitz family has been lured out west by the dastardly Cat R. Waul. He plans to round up all the mice in one place and turn them all into mouseburgers. Fievel and you are their only hope. Mosey on down through five challenging stages along with Fievel on a wild west adventure to rescue his family. So buckle up your six shooter, you're the only hope to help Fievel save his family.

Aoi Blink

Aoi Blink

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - April 27, 1990

Based on a TV anime series (from the grandfather of manga Osamu Tezuka), Blue Blink is a cute platformer that manages to find its place among the crowd. The game is divided up into different areas, each represented by a map screen. Within these areas, you can choose your route to the end (by exiting levels at certain points). Throughout each area you have to find a 'master key' allowing you access to the boss - this can be hard to locate at times and requires lots of shooting at blank areas of screen just in case. Control of your character is original - on each stage you have three...

Appare! Gateball

Appare! Gateball

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 22, 1988

OK. So croquet may not be a popular idea for a video game, but the Japanese being as Japanese as they are, they went and did it anyway. So what does Appare! Gate Ball have to offer? First up is the choice between action and simulation mode. The main difference that I can make out between the two is that in action mode you have to both aim the shot and set the power, in simulation only the shot aiming is required. Your game is played out in two teams, rather than two individuals, and the members of your team are chosen from a variety of weird and crazy looking characters with varying...

Atomic Punk

Atomic Punk

Nintendo Game Boy - May 5, 1991

Rebel With A Cause 3 Action-Packed Games in 1! Game 1 As Atomic Punk, rescue your friends from the invading Nukies. They're being held hostage in the nearby nuclearfactories. Only AtomicPunk the son of Bomberman has the power and weapons to save them. Game 2 Bomberman comes out of retirement to blast the Nukies out of Atomica. They're determined to drain the planet's energy unless he can stop 'em. Unleash massive forces as the original Bomberman! Game 3 Challenge your friends to an Atomic Punk showdown. Just hook up two Game Boys with a Game Link cable and watch the sparks fly! Find...

B.L.U.E.: Legend of Water

B.L.U.E.: Legend of Water

Sony Playstation - Released - September 7, 1998

B.L.U.E. Legend of Water is an adventure game created by Hudson Soft for Sony PlayStation and released on July 9, 1998 in Japan. The intro starts with Maya on a helicopter being taken to see her dad who is on some kind of ship. During the journey she falls asleep and has a strange dream. Upon arriving she expresses her excitement at wanting to go swimming with the dolphins (or just one particular dolphin). The gameplay is divided in two parts: NPC Interaction and Exploration. In the interaction parts, Maya must talk to her father and other researchers from the underwater facility to get...

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 19, 1997

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman is an Action game, developed by Amble and published by Hudson, which was released in Japan in 1997.

Bakushou Yoshimoto Shinkigeki

Bakushou Yoshimoto Shinkigeki

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 3, 1994

The game is based on the comedy TV show Yoshimoto no Shinkigeki, which in its turn is based on a theatrical comedy show popular in Osaka and its surroundings. The game stars characters that either look like the actors from the TV show and/or resemble characters played by them. The show consists of short episodes which are depictions of comical situations, and are not related to each other story-wise. Same can be applied to the game: there is no real story, just a stretch of hilarious and intentionally impossible situations the protagonists find themselves in. The setting is deliberately...

Battle Ace

Battle Ace

PC Engine SuperGrafx - Released - November 30, 1989

Battle Ace is an action-oriented flight game in a first-person perspective. The player mans a space ship, including a radar which shows enemies, and the goal is to reach the end of each level where an end boss waits. As usually, the main occupation is to blast a lot of aliens which approach the player. The available weapons are bombs and a machine gun, both unlimited. Getting hit is a bad idea because it results in death. The player has three lives which can be raised by scoring 20.000 points.

Battle Grand Prix

Battle Grand Prix

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - March 27, 1992

Time To Burn Rubber! From the back streets of Los Angeles to the sand swept alleys of Cairo comes the meanest version of formula one racing yet! Battle Grand Prix puts you in the cockpit of a custom-designed racing car built to handle high speed turns, incredible acceleration and plenty of metal bending action! You make the decisions - Choose from over 40 drivers, 24 racing teams and three modes of intense Grand Prix circuits. Challenge the computer in the winner-takes-all Survival mode or tackle a friend in the 2-Player VS mode to fight it out on the dangerous international courses. Design...

Battle Lode Runner

Battle Lode Runner

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - February 10, 1993

Originally released only in Japan on the PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16), Battle Lode Runner is a sequel to Lode Runner and its major draw is a 5 player mode. Players move around several platforms collecting gold. Various enemies inhabit the levels, and the player, armed with a drill, attempts to drill holes to capture the enemies. Unfortunately, this does not defeat the enemies, only disables them for a short time. After a few seconds, the enemies respawn and resume their chase of the player. The five-player option was new to any incarnation of Lode Runner, and operates in a very similar manner...

Beastorizer

Beastorizer

Arcade - Released - 1997

Originally released as an arcade game titled Beastorizer in America, and was shown at the Electronic Entertainment Expo under the title. A 3-D head-to-head fighting game. This is a Manga fighting game where each character has the ability to change into a beast mid-way thru play. The game is also known as Bloody Roar. Bloody Roar is the first game in the Bloody Roar video game series and was followed by four sequels on multiple platforms. The game's story centers on a group of warriors known as "zoanthropes", who have the power to transform into half-human half-animal "Beasts", and the Tylon...

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 1, 1994

A self-centered prince is transformed into a hideous beast by the magic of an enchantress. What's more, all his servants have been turned into household objects. Before departing, the enchantress leaves a rose in the hands of his Prince, "This rose will bloom until your twenty-first birthday. You have until then to find the one you truly love and to earn that person's love in return. If you don't, you will be doomed to remain a beast forever." Can the Beast break the spell before it's too late?

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 8, 1994

A self-centered prince is transformed into a hideous beast by the magic of an enchantress. What's more, all his servants have been turned into household objects. Before departing, the enchantress leaves a rose in the hands of his Prince, "This rose will bloom until your twenty-first birthday. You have until then to find the one you truly love and to earn that person's love in return. If you don't, you will be doomed to remain a beast forever."

Beyblade: Metal Fusion

Beyblade: Metal Fusion

Nintendo DS - November 9, 2010

Gingka Hagane, along with his Storm Pegasus, has entered himself in the "Nosferatu Boy Beyblading Tournament". However, this tournament is mysterious because when Bladers lose their matches, they find themselves drained of energy and unable to get off the ground. Gingka is enraged by this idea for Beyblading and resolves to find the mad villain responsible for this and bring him/her to justice.

Bikkuriman World

Bikkuriman World

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - October 30, 1987

Despite being Hudson’s Vol.2, this was in fact released almost a month before The Kung Fu. It’s a conversion of what most people know as Wonder Boy in Monster Land. This game takes a different pace from the first Wonder Boy game, being more of an adventure with a slower pace and more strategy. You start the game with barely a thread on and are given a sword by some wise looking dude who lives in a tree. It is then your task to travel through the various platform-based levels defeating monsters and evil bosses along the way. Each enemy you kill leaves behind a coin or money bag (these are...

Bikkuriman World: Gekitou Sei Senshi

Bikkuriman World: Gekitou Sei Senshi

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 27, 1992

The game is based on the Bikkuriman animé series. Once upon a time, the world was a peaceful place. Three races - Angels, Demons, and Talismans - co-existed in the world, protected by the Holy Goddess Nadia. One day, Nadia sent her twin children into the world. Jura, the head of the Demons, abducted one of the children and devoured it. The other child took refuge by the Angels and soon became their leader, known as Super Zeus. He led the Angels to a victory over the Demons. But Nadia, seeing how her world is being torn apart by the war, split it in two. Years have passed. You are a young hero...

Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball

Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 1, 1991

The game predicts a science-fiction version of the year 2030 in which there are only robot basketball players (excluding Bill Laimbeer). Basketball teams play in gruelling league matches where new players are bought and sold. Within this future, basketball uses a dedicated robot to perform the toss up at the start of each match as referees had been fired by Bill Laimbeer sometime prior to the year 2030. As a result, players now wear armor to their games and weapons are thrown from the audience.

Binary Land

Binary Land

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 19, 1985

In this game, you have to guide two penguins, one male and one female, through top-down vertical levels. The penguins are in love with each other and must be re-united! The penguins start on opposite sides, separated by walls, bricks, and other obstacles. You take control of one of the penguins. The other makes exactly the same movements as you, but in the opposite direction. So if for example you see an enemy to the left of the penguin you are not controlling, you have to fire to the right in order to hit it. You have to reach the top of the level in such a way that the two penguins will...

Bloody Roar 2

Bloody Roar 2

Arcade - Released - 1998

Bloody Roar 2, known as Bloody Roar 2: Bringer of the New Age in Europe and Japan and as Bloody Roar II: The New Breed in the United States, is a fighting arcade game developed by Eighting and Raizing in 1999. Bloody Roar series differs from other fighting games as every character has a beast mode that can be used to use new attacks, recover some of lost health and generally to be faster and/or more powerful with their attacks.

Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Dassutsu! Hajike Royale

Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Dassutsu! Hajike Royale

Nintendo GameCube - March 17, 2005

Boboboubo Boubobo Dassutsu! Hajike Royale is an Action game, published by Hudson, which was released in Japan in 2005.

Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo: Ougi 87.5 Bakuretsu Hanage Shinken

Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo: Ougi 87.5 Bakuretsu Hanage Shinken

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 19, 2002

The story is mostly just a retelling of the manga up to the battle with Gunkan, but with the addition of a few new boss characters.

Bomber Man

Bomber Man

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1983

The first title in the Bomberman series, released as Eric and the Floaters in the UK, introduces the gameplay concept the series is known for, but otherwise bears little resemblance to the later, more famous entries, with series mascot the White Bomberman nowhere in sight. The game includes 20 single-screen levels. Each consists of a regular grid of indestructible walls, randomly placed destructible walls, and enemies (Floaters) moving between them. The goal of the Bomberman (or Eric in the UK version) is to kill all Floaters present in order to advance to the next stage. There is only one...

Bomber Man

Bomber Man

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 19, 1991

Bomberman is the first robot created by Dr. Mitsumori; a robot of incredible power, but is programmed "only for the pursuit of goodness and justice." Unfortunately, the doctor's second robot, Black Bomberman, suffered a programming error that clearly omitted that part. A power-hungry maniac with aspirations for world domination, Black kidnapped Lisa (the doctor's only daughter) and holed itself up in the intimidating mechanical castle. Bomberman begins his long journey towards the castle to rescue the good doctor's daughter, and to put a stop to this malfunctioning misfit!

Bomber Man

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - April 24, 1990

Our hero, Bomberman, worked in a bomb factory located in an underground labyrinth. He grew very bored making bombs day in and day out. One day, he learned of a rumor that stated if a robot could ever escape the labyrinth and reach the surface of the world, his wish would be granted and he would become human. Bomberman is determined to find out if this rumor is true. Based on an earlier MSX game of the same name, Hudson Soft dramatically improved the game for its Famicom release by adding a number of enemies, horizontally scrolling stages, and the power-ups that make keeping Bomberman alive...

Bomberman

Bomberman

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 20, 1985

Bomberman is a robot engaged in the production of bombs. Like his fellow robots, he had been put to work in an underground compound at the center of the Earth. Bomberman found it to be an unbearably dreadful existence. One day he learned that any robot escaping from the center of the Earth and able to make it to the surface will become human. Bomberman jumped at the opportunity. Alerted to Bomberman's betrayal, large numbers of enemy characters were sent out in pursuit. Bomberman can only rely on bombs of his own production for his defense. Once there, will he really become human?

Bomberman

Bomberman

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 1, 1990

The black spaceman kidnapped Bomberman's beloved and brought her to his chambers in the castle, far beyond his reach, over the rivers, forest and mountains. Bomberman's job is to save her, battling the sea of the enemies, with only bombs at his disposal. The range of Bomberman's bomb explosions can be upgraded with time, but if he dies, the range resets back to the minimum range and Bomberman loses his previous skills. Some updates can make Bomberman walk through the walls, increase his speed, and give him some other assets to aid him in his quest to save the woman he loves. This...

Bomberman

Bomberman

Android - Released - November 5, 2014

A lightweight free-to-play battle game, offering only a 4-player battle mode. In addition to CPU-vs. and local multi-player, it includes the Bomber Coliseum, a new single-player mode wherein you fight up to 25, 50 or 100 foes!

Bomberman

Bomberman

Apple iOS - November 5, 2014

A lightweight free-to-play battle game, offering only a 4-player battle mode. In addition to CPU-vs. and local multi-player, it includes the Bomber Coliseum, a new single-player mode wherein you fight up to 25, 50 or 100 foes!

Bomberman

Bomberman

Nokia N-Gage - Released - July 23, 2004

Bomberman closely follows the series' original formula and has a technical presentation similar to the 16bit-versions. The player controls Bomberman and views the non-scrolling playfield from a top-down perspective. Besides the player character, there are three important other elements on the field: non-destructible blocks, destructible blocks and enemies which kill Bomberman when they touch him. The player can lay bombs which explode after a few seconds and destroy blocks and enemies in a certain blast radius. While the goal is to kill all enemies within a time limit, Bomberman will also...

Bomberman 2

Bomberman 2

Nintendo DS - Released - February 13, 2009

Bomberman 2 marks the welcome return of Hudson Soft’s evergreen bomb-toting hero and will sees the popular franchise undergoing a visual make-over and a wealth of new elements to the gameplay. While the familiar basis of laying bombs to eradicate patrolling foes remains intact, Hudson Soft has expanded it across a more open format, creating a deeper title that maintains the addictive nature the series is famed for. A more open play area contributes greatly to the action, and the player is now charged with completing set missions within the ever-decreasing time limit. These include simple...

Bomberman 64 Arcade Edition

Bomberman 64 Arcade Edition

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 20, 2001

Bomberman 64 Arcade Edition has nothing to do with 1997’s Baku Bomberman, also known as Bomberman 64 outside Japan. The game was the last official N64 game to be released in Japan. This game has several types of gameplay, each with its own mode. The names are loosely translated based upon the gameplay they exhibit; Classic Mode, Panic Bomber Mode, Point and Click Game, and Bomberman Park.

Bomberman '93 Special

Bomberman '93 Special

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - 1993

Bomberman '94

Bomberman '94

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 10, 1993

The inhabitants of Planet Bomber lived in peace, protected by five spirits, until the evil Bagulaa and his Robot Army approached via an artificial comet. The Spirit Pictures, the source of the spirits' magical power, were destroyed, splitting Planet Bomber into five pieces. Bomberman must reassemble the Spirit Pictures in each area in order to restore Planet Bomber to the way it was, all the while defeating the Robot Army. This time, Bomberman's companion Louie can provide a helping hand.

Bomberman '94 Special Version

Bomberman '94 Special Version

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Unreleased - 1993

Bomberman '94 Special Version was a limited edition game with approximately 10,000 copies produced and only given away through Hudson's newsletter and at one of their caravan tournament site, apparently. It's just Bomberman '94's Battle Game with only one character available and only one stage available

Bomberman B-Daman

Bomberman B-Daman

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 20, 1996

This game features puzzles that must be solved by shooting marbles. Bomberman can hold a marble in his stomach and can only fire one shot during the round. The player must angle it and time it correctly to detonate all of the bombs on screen. There are 10 levels and each have 10 stages. Before each round, a preview will display the stage to show the player what to expect. If the player fails a stage twice then they will advance to the next stage. There are also modes to let the player edit the colors of the Bomber characters and even create their own stage...

Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden: The Road to Victory

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999

In the Play mode, the player can choose between three characters from the main series. Once selected, the player appears in a board room, where he meets NPCs and enemies. In the Combat mode, the player can increase their attacks, defense, HP and more in a single turn by utilizing cards, as well as using their B-Da armor and robots. The characters have their own individual abilities, helping them defeat enemies.

Bomberman Blast

Bomberman Blast

Nintendo Wii - September 29, 2008

Look out for Bomberman Blast! There's 8-person online multiplayer and you can even use your Mii as a Bomberman! A brand new addition to the Bomberman series is available on WiiWare! Up to eight players can battle online simultaneously via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection! Simple controls make this a great game for family and friends to enjoy at anytime! New items can be triggered by shaking the Wii Remote controller for excitement never before experienced in a Bomberman title! You can even take the intensity up another notch by adding your own Mii caricatures to the mix! Battle results can be...

Bomberman Blitz

Bomberman Blitz

Nintendo DS - Released - November 6, 2009

Bomberman makes his debut downloadable appearance on DSiWare with Bomberman Blitz! Experience the classic Bomberman multiplayer experience with 8 player local and online multiplayer through Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Hone your skills and learn the maps and when ready, take the battle online! Change multiple map and item preferences for tons of customization options to battle it out. Delivering unparalleled multiplayer gaming excitement, Bomberman Blitz gives everyone who picks up the Nintendo DSi system the addictive fun of Bomberman, anytime, anywhere! Bring friends!

Bomberman Collection

Bomberman Collection

Windows - Released - December 19, 2002

The first of two Bomberman Collection compilations for the PC, this compiles the first two PC Engine games and the first PlayStation game onto one disc: -Bomberman (PC Engine) -Bomberman '93 (PC Engine) -Bomberman World (PlayStation) The games play identically to their original releases; the only addition is the ability to configure the player controls for each game.

Bomberman Fantasy Race

Bomberman Fantasy Race

Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 1999

The man with the big bombs is blowing up a completely different type of game in this strange and whimsical racing game. It sure isn't like your typical racer -- Bomberman Fantasy Race has players riding on big loping kangaroos and giant blue rabbitty-dinos as they hop and dash to the finish line with long, bounding gaits. It's a wild race, made even wilder with all the bombs and action of Bomberman. Two can challenge each other to a blast around the track, or run for it on your own in the single-player mode. Buy new bombs and better ride-a-long animals to give the competition something to blow...

Bomberman GB

Bomberman GB

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 10, 1995

A Bomberman named Indy Bomber sets out on a long journey to uncover a legendary treasure called the Ring of Wishes. He discovers a scripture and begins reading it, but soon falls into a trap in the floor and ends up in a cave. Now he must find hs way out of the cave and find the Ring of Wishes!

Bomberman GB 3

Bomberman GB 3

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 20, 1996

The 11th planet of Bomber Nebula, named Owen, faces a sudden earthquake. Deep within its underground, the terrible Evil Bomber had been trapped for ages. He finally rises to power and steals the Bomber Capsules from Bomberman. Bomberman and his friends then vow to take back the Capsules and defeat Evil Bomber... This game was only released in Japan. It is the last game in the Bomberman GB trilogy and features the appearance of a few new characters like Cutie Bomber.

Bomberman II

Bomberman II

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1992

A Bomberman named White Bomberman is framed for terrible crimes by Black Bomberman. After being accused of robbing a bank, White Bomberman is thrown in jail. Bomberman's mission is to escape his prison cell and bring Black Bomberman to justice. The game follows the classic Bomberman formula: you are in a room full of blocks and enemies and Bomberman must plant bombs to destroy the blocks and enemies. Several blocks contain power-ups (such as blast radius increasers or fuse shorteners), and one in each level contains a door, which takes Bomberman to the next level. Passwords are given after...

Bomberman Jetters

Bomberman Jetters

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 24, 2002

Bomberman Jetters is an action RPG that could be considered the spiritual successor to Bomberman Tournament. The Hige Hige Bandits are at it again as they set out to destroy Planet Bomber by crashing an artificial world called Dark Star into it. Bomberman must destroy the four powerful engines of Dark Star before it's too late. On your new adventure, you can switch control between Bomberman and Max and develop Charaboms with special abilities that grow stronger as the Charabom evolves. Up to four players can go head-to-head in multiplayer games, including new minigames.

Bomberman Jetters

Bomberman Jetters

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 19, 2002

Mujoe and The Hige Hige Bandits, sick and tired of Bomberman repeatedly stopping their plans at galactic conquest, enact a plan to do away with him and his kind forever; Dark Star, Mujoe's artificial comet, would be used and hurled straight into Bomberman's home world, Planet Bomber. The resulting collision would completely obliterate the planet and all who were still on it. Dark Star will hit the planet in under 24 hours, so Bomberman and Max are sent out to deactivate the huge engines propelling the comet through space, thereby disabling its flight-plan and again thwarting the Hige Hige...

Bomberman Jetters: Game Collection

Bomberman Jetters: Game Collection

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - October 16, 2003

A game based on the Bomberman Jetters anime. Includes a pinball game, a collection of Bomberman Land-esqe minigames, and the franchise's famous Battle Mode.

Bomberman Land

Bomberman Land

Nintendo Wii - January 30, 2008

Bombermand Land is a revamped continuation of the Bomberman series. There is a single-player Story Mode where the player travels through the Bomberman universe in order to bring peace to it once again by solving puzzles, defeating enemies and collecting power-ups and weapons to defeat them. There are 40 different single-player minigames and 5 multiplayer games to choose from, ranging from skiing, skateboarding, laser ball, archery among many others. There is also the classic Bomberman which can also allow up to four human opponents in six different battle modes to compete in: Normal,...

Bomberman Land

Bomberman Land

Sony Playstation - Released - December 21, 2000

The familiar "Bomberman", making it the theme park full of attractions and fun! Kimi to listen a lot of fantastic attractions. I have a regular battle of course is also available. There also four-frame comic, with lots of content. Since up to four people can play and enjoy competing with friends. The player take a trip to Bomberman Land, a theme park where all the fun is at. As soon as he arrives he will notice that the park is full of activities & attractions (mini games) and that it will take a lot of time to unlock all the mysteries. The game features tons of mini games, there is...

Bomberman Land 2

Bomberman Land 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 17, 2003

In classic Bomberman Land fashion, the player has to collect various zone pieces in order to to open up new areas and progress through the theme park. Beside the minigames in story mode, there are other games available, such as Survival Bomberman, bomberman Kart, Bomberman Battle, SameGame and Panic Bomber

Bomberman Land 2

Bomberman Land 2

Nintendo GameCube - Released - July 31, 2003

In classic Bomberman Land fashion, the player has to collect various zone pieces in order to to open up new areas and progress through the theme park. Beside the minigames in story mode, there are other games available, such as Survival Bomberman, bomberman Kart, Bomberman Battle, SameGame and Panic Bomber

Bomberman Land 3

Bomberman Land 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 4, 2005

In classic Bomberman Land fashion, the player has to collect various zone pieces by beating minigames in order to open up other zones and progress through the theme park.

Bomberman Land Touch! 2

Bomberman Land Touch! 2

Nintendo DS - January 29, 2008

Adventure, Mini-games, and Multiplayer Action await you! Bomberman Land Touch 2 is the follow-up sequel to IGN's Best Online Multiplayer 2006 Game of the Year on Nintendo DS. Embark on a fun-filled, theme park adventure as you discover a huge land to explore, a gigantic multiplayer pack, and a host of addicting mini-games that can be played by yourself or with up to 4 people. The original Bomberman Battle game is included. • Over 40 unique, addictive, mini-games • Play up to 8 players via Nintendo Wireless Connection or against 4 with Nintendo WiFi connection • Single Card and Multi-Card...

Bomberman Live: Battlefest

Bomberman Live: Battlefest

Microsoft Xbox 360 - December 8, 2010

The gameplay follows the traditional Bomberman gameplay. Players must use bombs to blow up and defeat other players. The players must blow up bricks that stand in the way to make way to access other players. Blowing up bricks will give power ups such as increased speed or blast length. The last person standing in each round is the winner. If no players remain, a draw is declared

Bomberman Online

Bomberman Online

Windows - Released - 2003

There are four gameplay modes in Online Bomberman: 'Survival Mode', 'Panel Paint Mode', 'Hyperbomb Mode', and 'Boss Battle Mode'. In Survival Rule, you either battle in a team or by yourself. You must kill all opposing players in order to win. In Panel Paint Mode, the floor is colored. When your bomb explodes, the floor will be covered with your team color. When you die you will be revived but the area you had 'occupied' will be erased. In Hyperbomb Mode, there are special hyperbomb items that you have to collect in order to win. There are 5 items in total. However, you only need to collect...

Bomberman Online Japan

Windows - Released - September 10, 2008

During battle, the players collect experience points which are used to refill the bomb waza bar and eventually the bomb waza gauge. If the latter is full, the player can execute a bomb technique. Items can be collected and saved in the Item Menu.

Bomberman Special

Bomberman Special

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986

Bomberman was a robot in a bomb making factory who longed for his freedom. Rumors circulated that escaping to the surface would allow the robot to become human. Getting out would be the trick. Each room is inhabited by monsters that must be neutralized and the exit itself hidden underneath bricks. The first of the Bomberman series, Bomberman is a single-player game with a top down view and simplistic controls. In fact, in addition to movement, the player only has a single ability: placing bombs. Each bomb explodes into a cross-shaped blast (four directions) which can destroy either enemies...

Bomberman Ultra

Bomberman Ultra

Sony Playstation 3 - June 11, 2009

Bomberman Ultra retains classic gameplay elements combined with online multiplayer, full character customization and high-definition graphics. Fans of the popular series will be able to compete with the best Bomberman players worldwide, as Bomberman Ultra delivers frantic 8-player multiplayer battles online in 14 exotic arenas, as well as 4-player local multiplayer. Players can customize their own Bomberman characters with more than 50 character costumes, resulting in more than 150,000 possible combinations!

Bomberman Wars

Bomberman Wars

Sega Saturn - Released - April 16, 1998

Bomberman Wars is a video game in the Bomberman series released for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation on April 16, 1998. The main character is King Bomber who rules over his kingdom. The object of the game is to conquer all the pieces of the Bomber country. Eventually you fight the main villain, Bagular, and his four henchmen. This is one of the earliest games in the Bomberman series to stray away from its party game roots and focus more on the single player component (though it did have a VS mode). It is the third Bomberman game for the Saturn, and the second for the PlayStation.

Bomberman Wars

Bomberman Wars

Sony Playstation - Released - April 16, 1998

Bomberman Wars is a video game in the Bomberman series released for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation on April 16, 1998. The main character is King Bomber who rules over his kingdom. The object of the game is to conquer all the pieces of the Bomber country. Eventually you fight the main villain, Bagular, who also has four hench men you must defeat as well. This is one of the earliest games in the Bomberman series to stray away from its party game roots and focus more on the single player component (though it did have a VS mode). It is the third Bomberman game for the Saturn, and the second for...

Bomberman: Panic Bomber

Bomberman: Panic Bomber

Arcade - Released - 1994

It is a "falling blocks" puzzle game based on the Bomberman franchise. The goal of the game is essentially to cause your opponent to lose by causing their gameplay field to fill to the top with objects. You do this by causing chains of bombs to explode, sending useless rubble over to your opponent's field, which they must then remove themselves. Bombs are earned by causing chains of three identical blocks to disappear. Bombs can only be blown up with an explosion from a lit bomb, which falls from the top of the screen every so often. If the player causes enough damage, they can eventually earn...

Bomberman: Panic Bomber

Bomberman: Panic Bomber

Sony PSP

It is a "falling blocks" puzzle game based on the Bomberman franchise. The goal of the game is essentially to cause your opponent to lose by causing their gameplay field to fill to the top with objects. You do this by causing chains of bombs to explode, sending useless rubble over to your opponent's field, which they must then remove themselves. Bombs are earned by causing chains of three identical blocks to disappear. Bombs can only be blown up with an explosion from a lit bomb, which falls from the top of the screen every so often. If the player causes enough damage, they can eventually earn...

Bonk's Adventure

Bonk's Adventure

Nintendo Game Boy - 1992

Join Bonk on his all-new adventures as he travels through the savage Dinosaur Land in search of the beautiful Moon Princess! His old enemy, the slimy King Drool, has kidnapped her! Now Bonk has to use his head (literally) to save the princess and the kingdom! Use powerful head-butts to blast King Drool's fools off of the map. Spring off the local wild flowers to gain altitude on your enemies. Knock heads with nasty beasts and strange critters to prove who's king of the jungle! Explore an incredible realm filled with monsters, traps and the toughest kid from prehistoric times, BONK!

Bonk's Adventure

Bonk's Adventure

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 15, 1989

Evil King Drool is up to it again! This time he's kidnapped Princess Za, and hidden her away. The year is 10,000 B.C., and as Bonk the Caveman, it's your job to get her back. Unfortunately there are not a lot of weapons around, so you'll just have to use your head-literally!

Bonk's Adventure

Bonk's Adventure

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 30, 1993

Just say BOOGALOOGA! That cave boy with the head of stone is back! Join Bonk on his all-new adventures as he travels through the savage Dinosaur Land in search of the beautiful Moon Princess! His old enemy, the slimy King Drool, has kidnapped her! Now Bonk has to use his head (literally) to save the princess and the kingdom! Use powerful head-butts to blast King Drool's fools off of the map. Spring off the local wild flowers to gain altitude on your enemies. Knock heads with nasty beasts and strange critters to prove who's king of the jungle! Explore an incredible realm filled with monsters,...

Bonk's Revenge

Bonk's Revenge

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 31, 1991

King Drool has split the world in half and it's up to Bonk to stop him. This game, which is entirely new and not a port of the TG16 game of the same name, lets players take control of Bonk for more headbutting platform action. In addition, Bonk has a bunch of new power-ups exclusive to this game.

Bulk Slash

Bulk Slash

Sega Saturn - Released - July 11, 1997

“When Sonic Team’s Burning Rangers was released on the Saturn, proclaimed to “push the system to its limits” but Bulk Slash still surpasses. With very large areas, multiple enemies, and having the ability to take battles to the sky, yet no slowdowns. Utilizing all Sega Saturn’s power having real 3D polygons unlike many other 3D titles that were released, which preferred to use layers instead… Bulk Slash [has a] Neo-Tokyo feel ala Neon Genesis Evangelion persona to it. You start off on mission based objectives; having them explained using 3D maps of the areas. Your mech is equipped with...

Buster Bros.

Buster Bros.

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - May 31, 1991

Your goal is to destroy the balloons which bounce around the playfield. To accomplish this, you can shoot hooks which travel upwards, and blow up any balloon they touch. Depending on their size, they either split on two smaller ones, or evaporate if they're at their minimum size. Apart from balloons, some levels also have barriers that have to be destroyed with your hooks, since they often block your access to balloons. There are also some barriers which cannot ever be destroyed. Your character has the ability to climb ladders, but cannot jump.

Buster Bros.

Buster Bros.

Nintendo Game Boy - 1993

The most original game to come to the arcade in years is now an action sensation on your Game Boy! Buster Bros. brings you fast paced thrills, split-second chills and a variety of spectacular backgrounds as big as the world! Grab a pop-gun and get set for excitement! Travel to exotic locations - the ruins of Ankor Watt, the pyramids of Central America and the frozen wastelands of Antarctica to dodge bouncing bubbles in death-defying arenas. Each move takes careful planning; one misstep and you'll lose a life! So take the ultimate challenge in this wild adventure game! - Collect shields,...

Busy Rainy Day

Busy Rainy Day

Microsoft MSX

Calling

Calling

Nintendo Wii - March 9, 2010

Rin Kagura, Shin Suzutani, Chiyo Kishibe and Makoto Shirae visit "The Black Page", a mysterious website with only a counter that is said to show the number of people who have died after visiting the site. Rin is drawn there because six years ago, she made a promise to a little girl in the hospital. Over an online chatroom, she promised the girl she would come visit her. When she got there, the girl wasn't anywhere to be found. Rin thought "The Black Page" might hold some answers. Shin loves anime and the supernatural and was drawn to "The Black Page". After Chiyo Kishibe's grandson bought her...

Cannon Ball

Cannon Ball

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1983

Caravan Shooting Collection

Caravan Shooting Collection

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 7, 1995

Caravan Shooting Collection for the SNES is a collection of 3 shmups that were the games in the 1985-1987 caravan festivals called Star Force, Star Soldier and Hector '87 respectively. These games are reproduced on the SNES but take advantage of the extra power of the console to tidy up some problems that the old NES had.

Castle Quest

Castle Quest

Nintendo Entertainment System - May 18, 1990

Castle Quest is a Strategy game, Do not confuse with Castlequest from ASCII Corp, a platform game.

Castle Quest

Castle Quest

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1993

Castle Quest is board strategy game mixed with magic battle confrontations. The game is like a chess clone with fantasy creatures that fight with playing cards. The player's goal is to topple the opponents king. A player controls a small army (with units like orcman, karate man, warrior etc) on a small chess board. If two pieces meet on the same square, they fight on special screen with a playing-card roulette. Depending on the cards that each unit gets they will do damage to an opponent. Different units have different health points and also different cards, for example, some units have more...

Centre Court Tennis

Centre Court Tennis

Nintendo 64 - October 9, 1998

The basic game features a multiplayer mode (up to 4 players), a tournament mode and an exhibition mode. You also have four mini-games, "Tennis Court Bingo", "Burning Barrels", "Run and Gun" & Knock'em Down", where your goal is to hit certain objects in the tennis field. You can win special prices for getting enough points.

Challenger

Challenger

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 15, 1985

The title character, Challenger, is an archaeologist who seeks to rescue the princess, Maria, from the hands of the evil boss, Don Waldorado, in the land called Pleasio Land. The setting of the character as an archaeologist is an homage to the Indiana Jones franchise, while his name may be an allusion to Conan Doyle's Professor Challenger (best known for his appearance in The Lost World). One of Hudson Soft's earliest NES titles, Challenger is an arcade-style game that combines side scrolling, run 'n jump action with overhead, exploratory gameplay. The game consists of two parts. The...

Championship Lode Runner

Championship Lode Runner

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 17, 1985

The object of the game is to pick up all the gold pieces (which appear as piles of gold) and get them to the top. Using non-violent methods, enemies had to be overcome. Bumping into enemies cost the player a life and all of his hard-earned gold pieces. Fifty of the hardest levels ever designed are used and they had to be tackled in proper sequential order. While games can be saved, the player automatically loses a life for restoring his game.

Chousoku Spinner

Chousoku Spinner

Nintendo Game Boy - September 18, 1998

Cobra 2: Densetsu no Otoko

Cobra 2: Densetsu no Otoko

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - June 6, 1991

Cobra: Kokuryuuou no Densetsu

Cobra: Kokuryuuou no Densetsu

NEC TurboGrafx-CD - January 1, 1994

While waiting in a bar for his partner, Cobra encounters a beautiful bounty hunter named Jane. Very soon he realizes that the bounty Jane has been hunting for is his own head, for which the Galaxy Patrol has put quite a reward. But everything changes when Crystal Boy, the head of the Pirate Guild and Cobra's archenemy, appears on the scene. Jane's father had apparently hidden a great treasure, encoding its location in tattoos on the backs of his triplet daughters. Crystal Boy wants this treasure, and is going after Jane and her sisters. Cobra and Jane decide to join forces in order to find...

Color Ball

Color Ball

Microsoft MSX

Creature Defense

Creature Defense

Sony PSP - Released - November 5, 2009

Save the hills, assemble the Monsters! "Creature Defense" combines addictive Tower Defense game-play with card-battle tactics to allow for an new gaming experience with unlimited strategic possibilities. Game Features: - Unique stages and modes! Includes a plethora of stages and modes promising over 50 hours of game-play! Strategize accordingly as you protect the hills from the oncoming monsters! Beware of addictive gaming! - More than 60 monsters, each with their unique characteristics! Purchase new Monster Cards to keep your roster growing! - SP Skills! Activated once the...

Crystal Beans: From Dungeon Explorer

Crystal Beans: From Dungeon Explorer

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 27, 1995

Crystal Beans: From Dungeon Explorer is a top-down action-RPG and a Super Famicom exclusive entry in the Dungeon Explorer series, which was primarily a PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 franchise. It is a graphically reworked version of the second game, Dungeon Explorer II, and provides a similar arrangement of classes to choose from. As with Gauntlet, the inspiration for the Dungeon Explorer games, each class has their own configuration of stats but all without exception fire projectiles in fixed directions. One of the game's major new features is the inclusion of a world map, that allows the player...

Daikaijuu Monogatari

Daikaijuu Monogatari

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1994

In this clone of Dragon Quest, there are a series of natural disasters that are devastating the planet; causing the great Demon King Fattobajah to emerge from his elemental shell-induced slumber. A hero who carries a fire shell must save the world from a series of truly bad events. Up to ten playable characters can be used as allies in order to stop villains like Dr. Doan, Jalamar, Jodan, and Darkness Knight. The people who inhabit the land of Shelldorado are very smart despite looking like savage monsters.

Daikaijuu Monogatari II

Daikaijuu Monogatari II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 2, 1996

Daikaijuu Monogatari series has been described as a Dragon Quest clone in the past due to its similarities. However, Daikaijuu Monogatari is notably more humourous than Dragon Quest, and has a bizarre story to match.

Daikaijuu Monogatari: The Miracle of the Zone

Daikaijuu Monogatari: The Miracle of the Zone

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 5, 1998

Japanese card game, not too dissimilar to the likes of Yu-Gi-Oh.

Darwin 4078

Darwin 4078

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

The game takes place within a gigantic spaceship which has virtually infinite capacity because of its ability to manipulate time and space. The player must deal with enigmatic creatures called EVOL, which consist only of pure energy and need to keep themselves in capsules in order to maintain their existence in the world. All of the characters in the game are designed to resemble microscopic organisms, both in their appearance and their quick, tricky movements. The player's ship undergoes over 10 types of transformations throughout the game, each with offensive and defensive maneuvers...

Deca Sports

Deca Sports

Nintendo Wii - Released - May 13, 2008

Deca Sports is a compilation of 10 sports games: •Beach Volleyball •Kart Racing •Soccer •Curling •Basketball •Supercross •Snowboarding •Figure Skating •Archery •Badminton

Deca Sports 2

Deca Sports 2

Nintendo Wii - Released - September 29, 2009

With its easy-to pick up and play controls, Deca Sports 2 will make everyone in your family experts in a wide range of new sports. Check, dodge and smash the competition across all of the included events: Ice Hockey, Dodge Ball, Tennis, Darts, Speed Skating, Mogul Skiing, Petanque, Kendo, Motorcycle Road Racing and even Synchronized Swimming! The spirit of competition is more fun than ever!

Deca Sports 3

Deca Sports 3

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 26, 2010

DECA SPORTS, the hit sports compilation series, is returning to Wii™ with 10 COMPLETELY NEW sporting events in DECA SPORTS 3! Simple controls let your entire family play together, while advanced controls let you take advantage of Wii MotionPlus™. Swing, flip, and spike your way to the winner’s circle across all of the included events: Volleyball, Racquetball, Air Racing, Kayak Slalom, Lacrosse, Fencing, Halfpipe, Giant Slalom, Springboard Diving, and even Log Cutting! This time around, you can play online in 4 events (Volleyball, Lacrosse, Racquetball, & Fencing)!

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