Space Battleship Yamato
A long-running anime series, known as Uchū Senkan Yamato in Japan, and initially as "Space Cruiser Yamato" and "Star Blazers" in the west.
First appeared in Uchū Senkan Yamato
First appeared in Shienryu
Marble It Up!
First appeared in Marble It Up!
Series of pet simulators.
First appeared in Little Friends: Dogs & Cats
Official games of the Australian Football League.
First appeared in AFL Live 2003
The Wonderful 101
PlatinumGames' tokusatsu parody series.
First appeared in The Wonderful 101
Games where Super Mario Bros.' Princess Peach takes a lead role.
First appeared in Super Princess Peach
First appeared in Detective Pikachu
Intellivision's most well-known shoot-'em-up.
First appeared in Astrosmash
Dead by Daylight
An asymmetrical multiplayer survival-horror game and its spin-offs.
First appeared in Dead by Daylight
First appeared in Punch Club
Top Pro Golf
A golf sim series for Sega Mega Drive/Genesis by Soft Machine. The second game was published in North America as Chi Chi's Pro Challenge Golf, endorsed by Chi Chi Rodriguez.
First appeared in Top Pro Golf
First appeared in F1 Manager 2022
First appeared in Nova Lands: Emilia's Mission
First appeared in The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos
First appeared in Citizen Sleeper
First appeared in Madison
First appeared in Deceit
Officially-licensed adaptations of the board game Othello, itself an adaptation of the board game Reversi.
First appeared in Computer Othello
Human Fall Flat
First appeared in Human: Fall Flat
First appeared in Hammerwatch II
First appeared in Tainted Grail: Conquest
First appeared in Railway Empire
Unico's trilogy of fighting games.
First appeared in Dragon Master
First appeared in 1-2-Switch
Ocarina of Time
A sub-series within The Legend of Zelda franchise that focuses on the Link known as the Hero of Time.
First appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
A Link to the Past
A sub-series within The Legend of Zelda franchise that takes place within the same incarnation of Hyrule (and other adjacent kingdoms).
First appeared in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
A sub-series within The Legend of Zelda franchise that includes Twilight Princess, a spin-off shooter, and a puzzle game.
First appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The Wind Waker
A sub-series within The Legend of Zelda franchise that includes The Wind Waker and two direct sequels.
First appeared in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
The world in which Weather Factory's games takes place.
Games based on the '80s comedic mahjong manga series of the same name, starring the perpetually-unlucky mahjong player Toyotomi.
First appeared in Gambler Jiko Chuushinha: Katayama Masayuki no Mahjong Dojo
Simple 2500 Portable
Simple Series games for the PlayStation Portable.
First appeared in The Table Game
First appeared in Arizona Sunshine
The Talos Principle
First appeared in The Talos Principle
First appeared in Helldivers
Saibara Rieko no Mahjong
Mahjong games with cutesy and comedic art from manga artist Rieko Saibara.
First appeared in Saibara Rieko no Mahjong Hourouki
Adaptations of the 20th century military-themed board game Stratego, which is presently owned by Jumbo Games.
First appeared in Stratego
First appeared in Clonus
First appeared in Dark Realm: Queen of Flames - Collector's Edition
First appeared in Scratches
First appeared in Nevertales: The Beauty Within - Collector's Edition
First appeared in Cadenza: Music, Betrayal, and Death - Collector's Edition
A series of Game Boy games from Bottom Up.
First appeared in Pocket Mahjong
First appeared in Janshirō
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