The Last Crown
A series of adventure games detailing the ghost-hunting adventures of Nigel Danvers. The games are developed by The Darkling Room Company, headed by Jonathan Boakes.
First appeared in The Lost Crown: A Ghost-Hunting Adventure
First appeared in Ishi
A series of third person shooters featuring a female cast
First appeared in Bullet Girls
A German action-adventure series.
First appeared in The Game of Robot
First appeared in Super Drift Out
A two game series of math based puzzle games.
First appeared in Magic Numbers
A series of Spanish language text adventure games.
First appeared in La Diosa de Cozumel
A series of puzzle games from Software 2000.
First appeared in Swing
The Nettou ("Hot-blooded") series was a line of simplistic ports of fighting games by Takara, originally from many different developers and series, for Game Boy. They often included many extras, including characters that weren't playable in the original releases.
First appeared in Fatal Fury 2
rFactor is a series of simulation level racing games, developed by Image Space Inc.
First appeared in rFactor
An Arcade fighting game series from Data East. Features Karnov as a recurring boss. Incurred some notoriety for its similarity to Street Fighter II, which eventually lead to a court case with Capcom.
First appeared in Fighter's History
First appeared in The Playroom
A number of cube-centered puzzle games with "istry" in the title, from The Hohng Company
First appeared in Dogistry
Leyendas de Lhodrye
A two game series of adventure games from Island Dream.
First appeared in Leyendas de Lhodrye: La Luz del Druida
First appeared in Planet Alcatraz 2
First appeared in The Karate Kid: Part II - The Computer Game
Games based on the Coro Coro Comic "Croket!"
First appeared in Croket! Yume no Banker Survival
First appeared in Airport Madness: Time Machine
DC Extended Universe
The DC Extended Universe (DCEU) is DC Comics' answer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
First appeared in Man of Steel
First appeared in Momodora
A trilogy of indie RPG games.
First appeared in Laxius Power
Graviteam Tactics, originally Achtung Panzer, is a series of World War II tactical strategy games focused on tank combat.
First appeared in Achtung Panzer: Kharkov 1943
First appeared in Midnight Outlaw: 6 Hours to SunUp
Ancient Evil is a series of hack & slash RPG's developed by Silver Lightning Software.
First appeared in Trial by Magic
The Trap Door
First appeared in The Trap Door
Polarware's horror themed graphical text adventure series
First appeared in Transylvania
First appeared in Futurama
Behind Closed Doors
First appeared in Behind Closed Doors
The Princess Bride
The Princess Bride was a popular 1973 novel which was adapted into a 1987 film which became a cult classic.
First appeared in The Princess Bride Game
Arnold the Adventurer
First appeared in Arnold the Adventurer
A set of five educational games released for the Japanese Nintendo Famicom in 1986. Each taught increasingly difficult math puzzles through mini-games.
First appeared in Keisan Game: Sansuu 2 Nen
First appeared in Flippin' Phones
First appeared in Yawara!
Draft Day Sports
First appeared in Draft Day Sports: Pro Basketball 2016
First appeared in Nekopara Vol.1
First appeared in Aikatsu Photo on Stage
Governor of Poker
A series of poker games from YoudaGames.
First appeared in Governor of Poker
A series of visual novels created by the Japanese doujin group, Talestune.
First appeared in Shuukaku no Juunigatsu: Fuyu
First appeared in Die Fugger
First appeared in S.M.A.R.T. Adventures – Mission Math: Sabotage at the Space Station
First appeared in Jim Power in "Mutant Planet"
First appeared in Destiny
A set of games that feature the vampire/demon prince either known as Dorabo, Dorabocchan or Spike McFang.
First appeared in Makai Prince Dorabocchan