A comedic side-scrolling shoot-'em-up for the MSX and a parody of the studio's Gradius series.
A Wiiware game that used the Wii balance board.
An enhanced port of Falcom's Lord Monarch that features a completely redone graphical presentation and a new story mode among other additions.
The second game in the Puzzle & Action series.
A WiiWare gravity-based puzzle game.
The third volume of Simple for WiiWare.
Gomoku Narabe for WiiWare, from Silver Star
Silver Star's WiiWare mahjong simulator.
Silver Star's go simulator for WiiWare.
A WiiWare entry in the Ginsei Shogi series.
A three-button button-mashing arcade game for up to four players. Take control of a superpowered "numan" athlete in eight insane competitions (from stopping a s...
A tennis game for the PC Engine that is part of Hudson's Power Sports series.
The fourth game in Human Entertainment's isometric wrestling series.
Isometric wrestling game sequel for the PC Engine. The second Fire Pro game.
A vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up for the Sharp X68000 and PC Engine. On the Sharp X68000, the game is known as Last Battalion.
Chick Chick Boom was an online Flash game created for Easter 2007 by Extra Toxic and sponsored by Nintendo of Europe. The game was only playable through the mon...
A shoot'em up for PC Engine CD.
A text-based visual novel with a horror theme that was released for the Super Famicom and later rereleased for Sony PlayStation.
Namco's take on the Street Fighter II craze, taking cues from beat-'em-ups (similar to Pit-Fighter and Violence Fight) and allowing up to four players to fight ...
Taito's take on the professional wrestling genre. Pick from a variety of generic wrestlers (including Taito hero Rastan) and take on the champion.
A vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up that configures its difficulty to match the skill of the player.
A disc golf game from Sonalysts.
A mini-game collection based around rock-paper-scissors.
A Teyon developed rail shooter released across both WiiWare and the Nintendo 3DS eShop
A vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up with a walking robot rather than a spaceship.
A fantasy turn-based RPG set in a land similar to ancient Japan.
A first-person action RPG. A sequel to the relatively well liked pc game Stonekeep, it was released only on WiiWare and was received poorly.
Slot play with either 3 or 5 reels. Earn money to purchase things for your hotel suite.
Miracle Kidz' loveletter to the Super Dodge Ball franchise finally gets an officially sanctioned release.
A first-person boxing game for TurboGrafx-16 that was later released on the Wii and Wii U Virtual Consoles.
Soccer game for the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine.
Pepenga Pengo is a Mega Drive (Genesis)-only sequel to the penguin-focused arcade game.
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri: Shizenha was a fishing RPG for Turbo-CD
Digital Leisure's second word search game for the WiiWare platform.
A breeding/racing simulator developed by Tenky for the PC Engine.
A chess game for WiiWare and DSiWare
A pool simulation game by Naxat Soft for the PC Engine. It remained a Japanese exclusive until 2008 when it was released on Wii's Virtual Console in the US, Eur...
A Shooting gallery game released in the Wii Shop
An adventure game about a young boy who meets a mysterious girl in a countryside village.
Nintendo's mahjong series hits the Wii in this downloadable title.
Virtual aquarium simulator on WiiWare.
A wrestling game released on the PC Engine by Human Entertainment in 1989. The first game in the long-running Fire Pro Wrestling series.
A puzzle game developed in-house by Nintendo and Indieszero that stars a drinking bird toy able to drain and redistribute colored fluids.
Learn about astrology, predict your future. And solve puzzles, naturally.
The game follows Celia, a young woman raised by a group of deadly killers. They want her to become the ultimate weapon and she rebels.
The sequel to SNK's horse racing simulation.
Stakes Winner for the Neo Geo
An obscure 2D fighting game for the Neo Geo with pre-rendered 3D graphics and characters based on Japanese folklore.
A first-person shooter and cockpit-view space shoot-em-up developed by Namco, and released for the Arcade and Nintendo Famicom platforms in 1985.
A Commando-style vertical-scrolling shoot-em-up with a few novel features. It was developed by TOSE and published by Jaleco for Arcades and the Nintendo Famicom...
A board game simulation for the Famicom. The goal is to line up five pieces in a row.
The first console-exclusive Space Invaders game, featuring classic and enhanced modes. Released exclusively in Japan for the PC Engine.
A Space Invaders remake with many different options and a "parody mode" that includes many well-known Taito characters. The structure of Space Invaders DX serve...
A sound novel developed by Pandora Box and published by Banpresto.
A dual analog shooter in which the symbiotic relationship between zombie and vampire has dissolved into a violent and horrible clash.
A first-person mecha RPG from Sunsoft for the PC Engine. Both it and its Wii Shop port were only released in Japan.
A golf sim from Data East for the PC Engine. It later received a rerelease on the Wii Shop in Japan.
If you couldn't get enough balloon popping fun with the first game, here's a WiiWare download for more.
Kappa sim game
2 Fast 4 Gnomz is an auto running game for the Wii and 3DS download services.
A sequel to the original Ninja-Kid (Ninja-kun), Ninja-Kid II is a side-scrolling platformer action game for Arcades. It is also known as Rad Action and JT-104, ...
This sequel to Image Fight was released as a PC Engine Super CD.
A Mahjong game set in Japan's Sengoku period (15th-17th century). It was developed by Hudson for the Turbografx-16 in 1988.
Yokai Dochuki is an Arcade game by Namco that follows the adventures of a young boy through Jigoku, the Japanese equivalent of Hell. The game was later released...
A fantasy RPG developed and published by Hudson for the PC Engine. It was never released outside Japan.
A Sumo Wrestling simulation game developed by Tecmo for the Famicom. It is the first in a series and one of the earliest Sumo games.
A block matching puzzle game.
Originating as an arcade title but spanning many consoles, Gusson Oyoyo combines the traditional falling block puzzle of Tetris with a wandering Lemming-like ch...
A pottery creating game for the Wii.
An action RPG developed by Westone for the PCE-CD.
Mix Superstar is a music creation game for WiiWare.
Chess Challenge! is a chess game for WiiWare & DSiWare.
Overflow is a puzzle game available only as a WiiWare title.
Jewel Keepers: Easter Island is a Bejewelled-clone by Nordcurrent.
Urbanix is a Qix-clone by Nordcurrent. You control a tractor that must evade enemies as you prepare land for construction work.
Guide Vektor out of the evil CPU in escapeVektor for WiiWare.
Frogger gets the Pac-Man Championship Edition treatment and then some in this update from Zombie Studios.
A trio of games that is a part of the Mystery Dungeon franchise and was released on the WiiWare shop in 2009 in Japan.
Appare! Gateball is a sports game developed by Westone and published by Hudson for the PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16) platform.
Wagyan Land is a platforming game released only in Japan for the Nintendo Famicom on February 9, 1989 . The game was later ported to the Sega Game Gear on July ...
Ikki is a Japanese arcade game developed by Sunsoft. It was also released for the Nintendo Famicom.
Carmen Sandiego is back and ACM needs your help to destroy her plans of stealing the statue of liberty.
Heavy Fire: Black Arms is an on-rails arcade shooter set in modern South America and a sequel of Heavy Fire: Special Operations . It was released exclusively fo...
A fantasy-themed vertical scrolling shooter released in 1986 for MSX, also available for Wii's Virtual Console in Japan.
Kyotokei is a horizontal, Ikaruga-inspired shoot 'em up for WiiWare.
In this game, players solve puzzles by burning ropes.
A Sunsoft game for the Famicom in which the fireworks-maker Kantaro makes the journey from Kyoto to Edo to reunite with his fiancee. This game is somewhat infam...
A "pixelated" 3D racing game for WiiWare and iOS. Four player split-screen multiplayer, or single player extra modes.
An all new type of music game, in which you are the band and create your own musical mix instantly.
A four-player cowboy-themed WiiWare shooter.
A side-scrolling action game in the Wagyan Land series.
FAST Racing League is a futuristic racer in the same vein of F-Zero and Wipeout for WiiWare.
By using the Wiimote, you embark on small adventures to overcome obstacles to kiss Garu, your true love!
A fire simulator for Wii Shop that simulates 6 different types of fire. available for 500 Nintendo Points.
The sequel to My Aquarium for Wii Shop and PSN.
The third release in the ever-popular Learning With The PooYoos series.
Shin Onigashima is a two disk adventure game released on the Famicom Disk System. Despite being first-party software, it was never released outside of Japan.
Rent A Hero is a role playing and 2D fighter hybrid. It later saw a remake Rent-A-Hero No. 1 for Dreamcast and Xbox.