First appeared in Anpfiff: Der RTL Fussball-Manager
First appeared in Kinect Joy Ride
A series of kitten raising sim by MTO.
First appeared in Catz
Super Mega Space Blaster
Series of retro style space shoot 'em ups.
First appeared in Super Mega Space Blaster Special
Evolution is a mobile game franchise that tells the story of a planet populated by marauders, monsters and robots.
First appeared in Evolution: Battle for Utopia
First appeared in Pathologic
Anime-esque Korean dodgeball game.
First appeared in Dallyeola Pigu Wang
Shura no Mon
Shura no Mon was a fighting manga which ran in Gekkan Shōnen Magazine from April 1987 to November 1996. Naturally, it spawned a few video game adaptations.
First appeared in Shura no Mon
A series of Polish RTS games with milk based economies.
First appeared in Polanie
Digital Crafter's loose franchise of fighting games.
First appeared in Fight of Gods
VR Ping Pong
First appeared in VR Ping Pong
A side-scrolling pixel art horror series.
First appeared in Distraint
The Evolve franchise consists of either a competitive co-op shooter and a match-3 puzzle spin-off, or a match-3 puzzle game and a shooter spin-off, depending on your perspective.
First appeared in Evolve: Hunters Quest
Games based on the anime Senkaiden Hōshin Engi, localized in the west as Soul Hunter.
First appeared in Senkaiden: TV Anime Senkaiden Hōshin Engi Yori
First appeared in Crossniq+
All games based on the 16th-century Chinese novel of the same name.
First appeared in Fengshenbang
Koei's series based on the Chinese novel Fēngshén Yǎnyì.
First appeared in Hōshin Engi
First appeared in Daneta
First appeared in Demon's Rise - Lords of Chaos
A Taiwanese board game series based on Monopoly.
First appeared in Richman
First appeared in Budget Cuts
Kadokawa Game Mystery
A series of mystery adventure games developed by Kadokawa Games that feature a cast of fictional stars that play the role of different characters in each game.
First appeared in Root Letter: Last Answer
First appeared in Spin Rhythm
League of Legends
Riot Games' tentpole franchise, focused around the mystical world of Runeterra.
First appeared in League of Legends
A classic Atari series about madness and marbles.
First appeared in Marble Madness
First appeared in L.A. Noire
Single-screen platformers from Data East with the same antagonist and a loose association in gameplay.
First appeared in Tumble Pop
First appeared in Danmaku Unlimited
A series of World War II simulations from HiTech Creations.
First appeared in Aces High
A series of first person RPGs for Amiga, originally released throughout the 90s, but with a new entry in 2019 with Black Dawn Rebirth.
First appeared in Black Dawn
Manage some football ("soccer") in this early franchise from Addictive Games. Unrelated outside of genre to Sega's later franchise of the same name.
First appeared in Football Manager
First appeared in Neon Chrome
First-person shooter series created by Final Boss Entertainment.
First appeared in Wrack
First appeared in Madballs
Codemasters' motocross series.
First appeared in BMX Simulator
Midway's boat-bombing simulation series.
First appeared in Sea Wolf
Namco's skiing game series.
First appeared in Alpine Racer
A series of VR supported escape room games.
First appeared in Escape First 2
A series of online-only Korean PC games by CCR, building on the 2D turn-based artillery game genre (similar to Worms and Scorched Earth) with cutesy tank characters (each with their own unique weaponry).
First appeared in Fortress 2
Sega's classic cat and mouse puzzle game series.
First appeared in ChuChu Rocket!
First appeared in Enter the Gungeon
A Japanese multimedia franchise revolving around a card game, featuring input from other trading card game multimedia heads such as Akira Itō (Yu-Gi-Oh! R), Satoshi Nakamura (Duel Masters), and Bushiroad president Takaaki Kidani.
First appeared in Cardfight!! Vanguard: Ride to Victory!!
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