Kono e Tako was developed by Mitchell Corporation., Released in November 19, 2003 A puzzle game. Other Informations: Namco System 10 Hardware Main CPU : R3000A 32 bit RISC processor, Operating performance – 30 MIPS, Instruction Cache – 4KB OSC [...]
Osman, released in Japan as Cannon-Dancer (キャノンダンサー?), is a side-scrolling action platforming game produced by Mitchell Corp. that was released exclusively as a coin-operated arcade game in 1996. Many ex-Capcom staff including Kouichi Yotsui (credited as [...]
## Description Gamshara is a third-person shooter for one or two players. The title is Japanese meaning “Daredevil”. The game is set in 16th century feudal Japan. The “greedy warloads” have plunged the land into war, shedding blood [...]
A GBA version of Nintendo’s simple, stylish puzzle game (originally designed for the Nintendo DS.) Make your line through the game board, flipping black and white tiles to change and match their color.
Polarium mixes way-cool gameplay with an electronica soundtrack for the trippiest experience yet on the DS. It’s the first game that would look cool at a rave. Polarium is a simple, stylish puzzle game you play entirely with the Nintendo DS touch [...]
Number Battle ## Description ### Nintendo.com Description Place tiles on a board to score points and battle human or computer opponents. Can you reach the target score first? From Japan comes NUMBER BATTLE, a board game that invokes the ancient art of [...]
Marbles are exclusively controlled by the stylus in this title that satisfies even the strongest puzzle addiction. Marbles are rolling relentlessly down a twisted track toward you. Stop them by launching launch new marbles with your stylus. When three or [...]