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Animastar GB

Animastar GB

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - March 30, 2001

Animastar (アニマスター?) is a life simulation game released on the Dreamcast, and was only released in Japan on June 15, 2000. It is similar to other games such as Monster Rancher and Pokémon. The goal of the game is to breed, train and race monsters named "anima." A follow-up on the Game Boy Color, Animastar GB, was released in Japan on March 30, 2001.

B-Daman Bakugaiden: Victory e no Michi

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 29, 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 B-Daman Bakugaiden V: Final Mega Tune

Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden V: Final Mega Tune

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - February 4, 2000

Columns

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 11, 1999

Drift back to ancient Phoenicia and challenge yourself with Columns, a game favored by middle eastern merchants. In this mesmerizing pastime, tinker with your riches to align glittering jewels across, down, or diagonally. As you line up colors, the gems vanish and more sparklers drop from above. The challenge increases as the jewels fall more rapidly. You must quickly align them before the columns reach the top. Imagine yourself on the warm Mediterranean coast, or drifting over a languid sea. Forget the passage of time, and tickle your mind with Columns, the brilliant game of strategy and...

Columns GB: Tezuka Osamu Characters

Columns GB: Tezuka Osamu Characters

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 5, 1999

Culdcept Expansion Plus

Culdcept Expansion Plus

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2000

Culdcept is a hybrid board/card game where the objective is to generate the most mana before making it back to the castle. Each player starts out with a deck of 50 cards. Card types range from monster cards (e.g. Skeleton), which are used to accumulate territory on the board to increase your mana; Equipment (e.g. Chain Mail), which will boost your monsters' abilities when they battle; and Magic (e.g. Holy Word 0), which can be used to help you or hinder the other players on the board. When a player lands on another player's monster, he/she can challenge it to a battle in an attempt to take...

Culdcept: Expansion

Culdcept: Expansion

Sony Playstation - Released - May 1, 1999

Culdcept Expansion is an original fantasy board game for the Japanese Playstation that was released in Japan on May 1, 1999 for 5800 yen. It is the first game of the series for the Playstation. But its predecessor was on the Sega Saturn as Culdcept. It was followed by Culdcept Expansion Plus, a slightly newer version with a map editor that was sold for 2800 yen. It will be followed by a new version on the Dreamcast, Culdcept Second. In Culdcept, the player takes on the role of a Cepter. Cepters are beings that have the ability to use magical cards to summon creatures, cast spells, and...

Dead Eye Jim

Dead Eye Jim

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - January 12, 2007

Dead Eye Jim is a Western themed single player 3D shooter game played from a third person. The player will take on the role of sheriff Dead Eye Jim who has to combat the bandits causing trouble in the desert towns. The game is very similar to the PS1 game Wanted from 2004. The game offers several missions in which bandits appear in the windows of towns building. The player starts the game with three lives and has the ability to doge enemy fire. As the player progresses he can pick up better guns and use these till they are empty and points boxes for the Hi score.

Derby Stallion 64

Derby Stallion 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - August 10, 2001

Derby Stallion 64 is a horse racing Nintendo 64 game that is also a business simulation game. The game has nice graphics in that distinctive 64 style. Its can be very compelling for the player to bring up a young foal to eventually win the cup, before being put out to pasture.

DT: Lords of Genomes

DT: Lords of Genomes

Nintendo Game Boy Color - May 25, 2001

A genetics inspired card battle and trade game/adventure game of some sorts, which would later receive new entries in the form of Japanese mobile phone games

Enen Angel

Enen Angel

Sony Playstation - Released - February 22, 2001

Action puzzle game in which the player controls an alien that have to survive an alien chase around 4 rings. The main goal is to colour those rings to win each level. The game features a toy garden in which the player can watch all the items that he unlock in the mission mode. The mission mode is like a story mode and the player have to clear all the levels to complete the game. In the stage select mode the player can practice and play in any stage of the game.

Kero Kero King

Kero Kero King

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 2000

Kero Kero King if sports game that is a sort of a golf game but using a frog instead of a ball. The Kero Kero King is the champion of that Kero sports. The game is about guiding the frog named Kero across obstacle-laden courses by gauging wind velocity, tweaking direction and adjusting height and jump. Although it's not exactly golf, many principles from that sport of choice are found in this game. The ‘Kero Kero’ of the title comes from the onomatopoeia for the sound a frog makes. But no wonder the frog is squawking as it gets hammered around the course in a game of croquet with frogs...

Metropolismania

Metropolismania

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 15, 2002

Metropolismania is a city building game with a Japanese anime style. The goal is to grow a town to a target population. This is accomplished by interacting with NPCs and becoming friends by giving them gifts and talking with them. Attract citizens by building up the town with offices, grocers, entertainment and farming buildings (to name a few). Rather than overlooking the environment, the player controls a character from a thirdperson perspective. Walking around, new constructions can be started and roads can be built. The buildings can be entered too. Side quests happen every level, some...

Reikoku: Ikeda Kizoku Shinrei Kenkyuujo

Reikoku: Ikeda Kizoku Shinrei Kenkyuujo

Sony Playstation - Released - October 26, 2000

Reikoku - Kizoku Ikeda's Psychics Laboratory is a first person adventure game in which the player takes the role of a paranormal investigator that goes to an abandoned mansion to investigate about different paranormal phenomena that some people had told him that happened there, the people said that there are evil spirits, phantoms and poltergeist around the mansion. So as soon as the player arrives there he will have to explore the mansion and try to discover what happened there in this horror adventure where the player will have to face his fears and prove that he can control his nerves.

Sakura Taisen GB: Geki Hana Gumi Nyuutai!

Sakura Taisen GB: Geki Hana Gumi Nyuutai!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - July 28, 2000

Sakura Taisen GB: Geki Hanagumi Nyuutai! is an entry in Sega/Red's Sakura Taisen series of adventure games released in 2000 in Japan for the Game Boy Color. It received several special editions (one that came with a Game Boy Color, one that came with something called Pocket Sakura, a Premium Pack with a tea set, and six character packs with pins sold at Lawson) and had a sequel in Sakura Taisen GB2, also on the Game Boy Color.

Super Robot Pinball

Super Robot Pinball

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - February 23, 2001

Super Robot Pinball (スーパーロボットピンボール Sūpā Robotto Pinbōru?) is a spinoff title of the Super Robot Wars series, released by Banpresto and Media Factory in 2001 for Game Boy Color.

Tenkuu no Restaurant

Tenkuu no Restaurant

Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 2000

Tenkuu no Restaurant is a board game that features a race between different characters that compete to know who will get the best restaurant in less time. The players use a dice to move around the board and collect different ingredients, and when they get enough to prepare a dish a jury will judge it and reward depending of the quality. When others player arrive at that place where the dish was judged he will have to pay what the dish is value. The game features 2 different game modes: In the story mode the player will have to win in each of the different boards to complete the story. In...

Tenkuu no Restaurant: Hello! Project Ver.

Tenkuu no Restaurant: Hello! Project Ver.

Sony Playstation - Released - January 3, 2001

Board game that features a race between different characters that compete to know who will get the best restaurant in less time. The players use a dice to move around the board and collect different ingredients, and when they get enough to prepare a dish a jury will judge it and reward depending of the quality. When others player arrive at that place where the dish was judged he will have to pay what the dish is value. This version of Tenkuu No Restaurant features the Morning Musume as characters as well as other Hello Project characters. The difference between this version and the...

Wizardry I-II-III: Story of Llylgamyn

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - DLC - June 1, 1999

Wizardry I•II•III: ~Story of Llylgamin~ is a remake of the first three Wizardry games: Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord, Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second Scenario, and Wizardry: Legacy of Llylgamyn - The Third Scenario. All three games are available for the first time for the Super Famicom in this compilation release. As in the original games, the player can create characters choosing from five races and eight classes, and level them up by exploring the maze and fighting monsters, finding and buying items in process. Monster graphics have been updated, and dungeons...

Zaibatsu Ginkou: Teito Yabou Hen

Zaibatsu Ginkou: Teito Yabou Hen

NEC PC-9801 - Released - July 31, 1992

Zok Zok Heroes

Zok Zok Heroes

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - August 4, 2000

A character named Specter crash lands outside the protagonist's (either Ippei or Mina depending on the player choosing male or female) house. Specter is badly injured after a losing battle with the Gyala Gang. The protagonist's grandfather decides to bring Specter inside in order to study him. The grandfather then attempts to recreate this beings powers. The protagonist then gains the ability to transform into a being known as Brightboy or Brightgirl (depending on the gender chosen.) The newly powered up protagonist then decides to help Specter battle the Gyala Gang. Zok Zok Heroes is...

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