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consists of 3 releases.
Released April 1990
A single screen platformer arcade game. The objective is to inflate and then throw all enemies on the screen.
A single-screen arcade platformer reminiscent of Snow Bros. and Tumblepop, ZuPaPa has players controlling the titular cute creature as they throw smaller "Zook" creatures at enemies to stun them, then hit the enemies to cause an explosion of stars.
A single-screen arcade platformer reminiscent of Snow Bros. and Tumblepop, starring a gravekeeper who uses his lantern to turn enemies into large rolling fireballs.
A compilation featuring Bubble Bobble as well as its sequel Rainbow Islands, which is included on the disc in its original (albeit altered) and revamped forms.
The sequel to Bubble Symphony, although it strangely shares its subtitle with Parasol Stars.
A single-screen puzzle-platformer for arcades starring the titular duo from Caveman Ninja. It is based on the studio's earlier Tumblepop and Diet GoGo games.
A single-screen platformer and the follow-up to the 1991 game Tumble Pop. Feed enemies to fatten them up, then push them away as bouncing projectiles!
A single-screen arcade platformer where you fly around on a jetpack and bop some baddies with your fists.
An Arcade-Only Action Platformer released by Tecmo in 1992. You play as a team of cacti (Saboten) that run around throwing bombs at enemies inside a house.
A single-screen platformer by Data East, where players suck up enemies with a vacuum cleaner and blast them away as rolling projectiles.
A strategy game for Gamate, where players roll up enemies in balls of snow and drop them into holes.
Play as fairies Tam and Rit in this Arcade action platformer developed by Jaleco.
In this cute and bizarre puzzle-platformer, players take control of Spanky the Monkey as he bursts his balls to knock out fruits. It'll make sense, trust us.
The third part of Taito's Bubble Bobble saga, after Bubble Bobble and Rainbow Islands. Like Bubble Bobble, it is a single-screen platformer.
A sequel to the 1982 game BurgerTime, featuring a new cutesy art style, a new set of levels and gameplay features, and two-player co-operative multiplayer.
Help Hipopo save his friends from the clutches of the Fire Devil!
An original puzzle platformer from Konami, never released outside of Japan.
A single-screen Arcade action platformer starring hammer-wielding dwarves.
An early arcade platformer that has 100 levels. Released by Taito in 1986, it was one of the first games to feature two-player cooperative play and multiple endings.
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