First appeared in Stellaris
Super Mario All-Stars
Super Mario compilations.
First appeared in Super Mario All-Stars
Cockroach defense series.
First appeared in Hoi Hoi
Play as Chun and trap aliens behind doors.
First appeared in DoorDoor
Compilations of games in the Turrican series. Each installment consists of three full games, plus a director's cut of one of those three, and a "Score Attack" based on a game that is on the other collection.
First appeared in Turrican Anthology Vol. 1
First appeared in Override: Mech City Brawl
Puyo Puyo Tetris
The worlds of puzzles collide when Sega and The Tetris Company come together.
First appeared in Puyo Puyo Tetris
First appeared in Jets'n'Guns
A series of sports titles for Gamecube and Game Boy Advance featuring Disney characters.
First appeared in Disney Sports Football
Champions of Norrath
Champions of Norrath is a spin-off series in the EverQuest franchise. Two action RPG hack 'n slash games were developed by Snowblind Studios for the PlayStation 2.
First appeared in Champions of Norrath
Totally original DOS series.
First appeared in Aldo's Adventure
First appeared in Random Heroes
First appeared in Alto's Adventure
First appeared in Nexomon: Extinction
Games based on the Game Show.
First appeared in The Chase
The classic moon buggy vs. aliens franchise.
First appeared in Moon Patrol
First appeared in Forever Lost: Episode 1
Games based on a violent crime comic by a pair of Italian sisters.
First appeared in Diabolik 02: La Gemma di Salomone
Kero Kero King
An off-beat sports game from Infinity Co. featuring frolf, a version of golf played with frogs. Known as Ribbit King outside of Japan.
First appeared in Kero Kero King
A series of games that combine visual novel storytelling with action mech combat. The titles are developed by Team Baldrhead at GIGA primarily for Japanese PCs.
First appeared in Baldr Force
Yakouchuu is a sound novel franchise from Athena Co
First appeared in Yakouchuu
One of the very first Survival Horror franchises
First appeared in Forbidden Forest
Suicide Squad is a DC comics concept of a "team" of criminals who are pressed into service to complete black ops missions.
First appeared in Suicide Squad: Special Ops
Namco's early console golf series.
First appeared in Namco Classic
First appeared in Light Fantasy
First appeared in RIDE
A pair of Falcom compilations for Sega Saturn.
First appeared in Falcom Classics
The Legend of the Dragonflame High School
High school-based brawlers from Hunters.
First appeared in The Legend of the Dragonflame High School: Youth Battle Story
A series of games based on the Hasbro toy gun license.
First appeared in Nerf Arena Blast
First appeared in Elfaria
Thalamus Camp series
First appeared in Summer Camp
Bucky O' Hare
An underground comic character debuting in May of 1984, whose adventures were written and illustrated by legends Larry Hama and Michael Golden, respectively. Scored a short-lived flop of an animated series that is nevertheless fondly remembered.
First appeared in Bucky O'Hare
Thalamus: The Hits
First appeared in Thalamus: The Hits
First appeared in Bad Mojo
First appeared in Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty
A series of handheld-focused game collections by Telegames.
First appeared in Ultimate Brain Games
Microsoft Casual Games
A line of casual games released by Microsoft for Windows 8 and Windows 10 PCs (with some games released on browsers and on mobile).
First appeared in Wordament
First appeared in Dark Parables: Curse of Briar Rose
First appeared in Cobra: Kokuryuuou no Densetsu
First appeared in Classic Road
City of Mist
First appeared in City of Mist
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