A top-down racing game with monster trucks.
The Fidgetts centers on a family of mice that live in a country barn and decide to move to America to make a new start. The family become separated on the journ...
This total conversion of Crazy Castle II sees Hugo set out to rescue his wife, Hugolina, from the Horned King.
An installment of the Pachinko Monogatari series from KSS, developed for Game Boy.
A handheld adaptation of the 1989 Tamtex arcade mahjong solitaire eroge Shisen-shou, removing all eroge elements while adding a new series of pre-made puzzles (...
A cartoony platformer from SAS Sakata and Epoch, based on the anime of the same name from Fujiko A. Fujio.
An unofficial adaptation of the Windows game of the same name, developed by Arc for the Game Boy and PC Engine CD-ROM². It adds new game modes, such as a missi...
The Game Boy only sequel to Family Jockey.
The sequel to Mini-Yonku GB: Let's & Go!!
This is the 5th Crayon Shin-chan game for the gameboy.
This is the 3rd Crayon Shin-chan game for the Gameboy.
A dice puzzle game.
A spin-off to the Shiren the Wanderer series released for the Game Boy and later PC.
A direct sequel to the first Game Boy America Ōdan Ultra Quiz game.
The first game based on the America Ōdan Ultra Quiz series.
Pinball Deluxe combines the tables of Pinball Dreams and Pinball Fantasies together.
George Tokoro takes his mahjong shtick to Game Boy.
Tokyo Disneyland: Cinderella Shiro (Castle) Mystery Tour by GRC is the spiritual successor to Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daibouken for the Super Famicom. In it,...
A Game Boy homebrew adventure game where a frail magician named Yuuto Ichika befriends the dangerous criminals in town.
Sachen's mahjong title for NES, Game Boy, and Mega Duck.
Dragon's Lair: The Legend for Game Boy is a side-scrolling platformer, which is vastly different from any other Dragon's Lair game. It is actually a reskinned v...
The sequel to the Game Boy Taluluto game.
Taluluto's second adventure and his first for a portable system.
The fourth and final entry in the Bakenō series.
The third horse betting game for Game Boy in the Bakenō series.
A block-breaking title for Game Boy.
Crossover sliding-tile puzzle game on the Game Boy.
The second entry in the Aretha series developed by Japan Art Media for the Gameboy.
The first entry in the Aretha series of RPGs developed by Japan Art Media.
A fortune-telling simulator for Game Boy.
A second Sanrio-branded puzzle game for Game Boy and Famicom.
Sanrio Carnival is a Famicom and Game Boy puzzle game starring characters from the Sanrio line of merchandise.
A firefighting-themed strategy action/platformer for Game Boy.
Another fantasy-based digital board game for Game Boy, based on the Japanese version of The Game of Life.
A fantasy board game based on The Game of Life, and the first game in the Jinsei Game series.
A Game Boy pachinko game based on the Journey to the West story.
A pachinko game based on the Japanese fable of Princess Kaguya.
A pachinko game for Game Boy
A pachinko game for Game Boy, from Marionette and Coconuts Japan.
Art puzzles based on the Nintama Rantarō anime.
Game Boy puzzle game based on Nintama Rantarō.
A Game Boy game based on the Nintama Rantarō anime.
A Game Boy mahjong game based on a comedy troupe.
A card game. Just the one.
A collection of card and puzzle games for Game Boy and MSX.
A Game Boy entry in the playing card series by Bottom Up.
Megalit is a puzzle game for Game Boy.
Cyraid is an action game developed by Epoch and released on Game Boy.
The second Hammerin' Harry platformer for Game Boy sees Harry blast off into space and fight robots.
A pachinko game for Game Boy, based on the Hammerin' Harry series.
A strategy game for Game Boy.
The third entry in the Sydney Hunter franchise.
In Frisky Tom, players struggle to repair a shower's pipeline while defending against mice.
A Japanese-only racing game for Game Boy based on the Wacky Races cartoon.
Beast Fighter is a kaiju-themed scrolling action game for handheld systems.
Four Irem games on a single cartridge.
A game based on the Zoids anime, for Game Boy.
A platformer from Tomy.
A fighting game based on the anime of the same name.
A single-plane brawler based on the anime of the same name.
Four Tomy games on a single cartridge for Game Boy.
Sachen's infamous dinosaur platformer. Oddly titled "Jurassic Boy 2" on the title screen of the NES version, as well as the box and title screen of the Game Boy...
A compilation cartridge released in China by Mani Limited, featuring four Nintendo-developed games.
Top-down racing game with anime-inspired character designs.
A compilation of four classic Taito games for Game Boy.
The second ever Yu-Gi-Oh game released. It was the only Duel Monsters game released for the original Game Boy.
In Tobu Tobu Girl, players bounce higher and higher into the sky in order to rescue a cat.
A vertical shoot-'em-up released for the Game Boy in Japan in 1991.
A racing game released in Japan for Game Boy in 1990.
Sports Collection compiles five previously released Game Boy sports games onto one cartridge.
An Irem motorcycle racing game for the Game Boy and PC Engine.
A horse race betting game exclusive to the Game Boy in Japan.
Bet on virtual horse races in this Japanese only Game Boy game.
The first game in the Shinseiki GPX Cyber Formula series of racing games.
A Game Boy version of Jayenkai/AGameaWeek's SpikeDislike.
Space Invasion 0 is a retro shoot-'em-up homebrew game for Game Boy.
A competitive two-player pachinko game in the Compati Hero Series, which combines the universes of Kamen Rider, Ultraman and SD Gundam.
The second in a series of quiz games that probe the player's sense of identity and morality.
A 2D side-scrolling platformer starring Yogi Bear.
Tank shooting game in which the goal is to defeat different enemies and bosses with various different weapons.
Pachiokun Game Gallery collects all previous Pachiokun games for Game Boy into one cartridge.
The final entry in the GB Pachiokun subseries.
Pachiokun heads to the Game Boy for an adventure in pachinkoing.
Coconuts' pachinko ball mascot has a second adventure on the Game Boy.
Coconuts and Marionette bring you this Pachiokun game for the Game Boy.
A game written by Wes Lesley for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
A game written by Matthew Holland for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
A game written by Hugo Labrande for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
A game written by Arthur DiBianca for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
A game written by Jack Whitham for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
A game written by Marco Vallarino for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
A game written by Alex Butterfield for the 21st Annual Interactive Fiction Competition.
The third entry in the Double Yakuman series, oddly enough.
The second game in the Double Yakuman series.
Double Yakuman is a traditional mahjong game for Game Boy.
A Flintstones platformer game based on the 1994 film. The game was released for the SNES, Game Boy and Sega Genesis (Sega Channel exclusive).