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!!
Seymour is CodeMasters' puzzle-platformer series similar to their own Dizzy series, owing to the fact that its first game was originally intended to be a Dizzy game.
First appeared in Seymour Goes to Hollywood
Compile's Zelda-alike for MSX and Master System platforms.
First appeared in Golvellius: Valley of Doom
A video game franchise based on the 2004 cult classic film.
First appeared in Mean Girls: High School Showdown
A series of Solitaire games.
First appeared in Faerie Solitaire
Solitaire Jack Frost: Winter Adventures
A series of Golf/Tri-Peaks Solitaire games from Somer Games.
First appeared in Solitaire Jack Frost: Winter Adventures
Mystery Solitaire: Grimm's Tales
A series of Golf/Tri-Peaks Solitaire games.
First appeared in Mystery Solitaire Grimm Tales
Solitaire Legend of the Pirates
A series of Golf/Tri-Peaks style Solitaire games with a pirate theme.
First appeared in Solitaire Legend of the Pirates
A series of games from Dharker Studio that take place in the beach town of Paradise Cove.
A sub-series of R-Type games. The original was initially supposed to be the final game in the R-Type series, as evidenced by the name.
First appeared in R-Type Final
Star Wars Original Trilogy
Video games based on the Star Wars original trilogy.
First appeared in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi - Death Star Battle
Star Wars Sequel Trilogy
First appeared in LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Star Wars Prequel Trilogy
A series of Star Wars video games focused on the Prequel Trilogy. This excludes Clone Wars games.
First appeared in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Star Wars: Rebels
A series of video games based on the Disney XD series Star Wars Rebels.
First appeared in Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions
A series of horror games developed by Experience that combine adventure gameplay with dungeon clawing elements.
First appeared in Death Mark
Under Night In-Birth
French Bread's post-Melty Blood fighting game series.
First appeared in Under Night In-Birth
Champion Jockey is the spiritual successor to Koei's G1 Jockey series.
First appeared in Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey and Gallop Racer
First appeared in Deadly Premonition
X-Men: Mutant Academy
X-Men: Mutant Academy is a series of fighting games based on Marvel's X-Men.
First appeared in X-Men: Mutant Academy
Games based on Bomberman Jetters anime series, which was based on Hudson (now owned by Konami) Bomberman video game series.
First appeared in Bomberman Jetters: Densetsu no Bomberman
A series of video games based on the X-Men films by 20th Century Fox released from 2000 to 2020.
First appeared in X2: Wolverine's Revenge
A series of 8-bit fighting games released in South Korea.
First appeared in Jang Pung II
A series of word search games from Digital Leisure.
First appeared in Word Searcher
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