Creepypasta Land Games
A sci-fi platformer series from Ultra Dolphin Revolution.
First appeared in Space Hunted
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu is an anime based on a light novel series of the same name. The story revolves around Natsuki Subaru who is a powerless boy has an ability of 'Return by Death', which can bring him back from his own death by leaping through time.
First appeared in Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu -Death or Kiss-
First appeared in Red Stone Online
Games based on the popular TV show
First appeared in Survivor: The Interactive Game
First appeared in Coloring Game
First appeared in Dragon Fang Z: The Rose & Dungeon of Time
TT Isle Of Man
First appeared in TT Isle Of Man
First appeared in XIII
Series of City Building survival games currently published by Paradox Interactive
First appeared in Surviving the Aftermath
It's a serie of trap-heavy 2D platformers games with a 4-color "Game Boy" aesthetic.
First appeared in Awesome Pea
Ocean Software's antagonistic gorilla games.
First appeared in Kong
Success' SuperLite series now on Nintendo DS. Each one costs 2500 yen.
First appeared in Nervous Brickdown
First appeared in Thunder Kid: Hunt for the Robot Emperor
Series based on the mascot for Epsitec, who came from comics developed to teach children how to use the Smaky computer.
First appeared in Speedy Eggbert
Also known as Speedy Blupi. It is a puzzle-platforming subseries of the Blupi franchise.
First appeared in Speedy Eggbert
First appeared in Night Stalker
A shoujo magazine best known for magical girl mangas.
First appeared in Nakayoshi to Issho
Autobahn Police Simulator
Simulation of a police officer's day working on the German Autobahn.
First appeared in Autobahn Police Simulator
First appeared in Stormlord
A series of simulation games developed by Micro Cabin.
First appeared in Marionette Company
First appeared in Now Games 2
A franchise based on Philip K. Dick's 1968 novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", popularized by Ridley Scott's 1982 movie which is seen as one of the major inspirations for the cyberpunk genre. A handful of games have been made, primarily based on the movies (or Vangelis' soundtrack, for licensing reasons), most notorious being Westwood's 1997 point and click adventure game.
First appeared in Blade Runner
A series of management simulations.
First appeared in Transport Fever
Electronic Super Joy
First appeared in Electronic Super Joy
Games based on the 1990 Japanese samurai fantasy film.
First appeared in Zipang
First appeared in Tower Toppler
First appeared in Lula: The Sexy Empire
Jack the Nipper
First appeared in Jack the Nipper
First appeared in Sidewize
First appeared in Emerald Mine
A series of real-time strategy games developed by Falcom.
First appeared in Lord Monarch
First appeared in PAGAN: Autogeny
First appeared in Silver Falls - 3 Down Stars
Atari space shooter series.
First appeared in Starship 1
First appeared in Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest
12 Labours of Hercules
A series of strategy games following the adventures of Hercules developed by JetDogs.
First appeared in 12 Labours of Hercules
Crossover games featuring characters from Chao, the most popular Shoujo manga.
First appeared in Mezase! Shoujo Mangaka! Chao Manga School
A series of scrolling shooters.
First appeared in Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony
A series of exaggerated surgery simulation games.
First appeared in Surgeon Simulator
A series of action/adventure games from Ninja Theory.
First appeared in Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
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