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A small yet challenging maze game.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2059   Released: 1998
Keywords: Maze, Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A
Breeding puzzle game.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1117   Released: 1998
Keywords: Simulation


Personal Best: N/A
Gameboy port of the classic arcade game.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 1556   Released: 1998
Series: Asteroids
D.B. Cooper
39,760
Personal Best: N/A
A 1-on-1 fighting game that is set in a fantasy world. Ready your weapons! Choose from 8 unusual selectable characters and fight your way through in this truly beautiful 2-D weapon based fighter. Features gorgeous graphics, cool music & sound effects, and easy to learn controls.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 3922   Released: 1998
Keywords: Fighting, Action
Kong
738,600
Personal Best: N/A
Bang! is a wild west shoot 'em up arcade game released by Gaelco in 1998, featuring cartoon graphics. The rules are the same as Point Blank: the player starts up with three lives, and the goal is to complete each stage by reaching the requested quota of hits or points. If the player fails, gets hit by a bandit (Bang!) or shoots the wrong targets, it'll lose a life.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 2752   Released: 1998
Keywords: Shootemup
SMASH
90,630
Personal Best: N/A
Although the game is largely a Pong clone, it does introduce several twists to the gameplay. Players are depicted as humans wielding large shields rather than the "paddles" alone. The setting consists of various futuristic arenas; the game takes place in the first half of the 22nd century. The ball cannot leave the play area upon reaching the left or right edge of the screen, as those are also limited by walls, in addition to the typical upper and lower wall. Instead, there are single columns of targets located along both the side walls. Whenever the ball hits a target, it is eliminated and points are scored by the opponent of the targets' owner. In order to win a round, the player must direct the ball by deflecting it with his/her shield so that all of his opponents' targets are eliminated while retaining at least one of his own targets. The duration of rounds is also limited by time; in the event that time expires before one of the sides manages to achieve victory, the side with the most targets left in play is declared the winner of the round; should this result in a draw (when both players have an equal amount of targets left), both sides are awarded a win.
Rating: 2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes2 Votes
Times Played: 2275   Released: 1998
Keywords: Neo Geo, Action
Youchoptrees
163,150
Personal Best: N/A
Everyone's favorite late-night television dunces are out to cause a little mischief, and they're letting you in on the action. Control the goofy duo through 10 massive levels of crazy action, trying to keep the teenagers out of trouble. Based on the hit television series of the same name, BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD (the game) features the same hilarious animations and humor that made its inspiration so successful. You'll journey through sewers, break out of detention, avoid a tangle at the local burger joint, and end up in jail before all is said and done. You can even use a password to save all progress in this cheeky take on America's youth culture.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1518   Released: 1998
Keywords: Action, Platform


Personal Best: N/A
Berutomo Kurabu is a Miscellaneous game, published by I'Max, which was released in Japan in 1998.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 866   Released: 1998
Keywords: Simulation


Personal Best: N/A
A collection of 3 games : 'Die Break', 'Heuk Sua Baek Sa' and 'Penta'.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1891   Released: 1998
Keywords: Multiple Game
bald bull
159,700
Personal Best: N/A
A shuffle puzzle game featuring a colorful map.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 850   Released: 1998
AKA: Blockhead II
Keywords: Maze, Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A
A platform game where you use bombs to get rid of enemies. The gameplay is similar to the Snow Bros. game.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 1425   Released: 1998
Keywords: Platform, Action
Winnebagel
133,600
Personal Best: N/A
Bomberman Quest, is an action RPG which is played as Bomberman, who has to defeat monsters and collect items to defeat the four bosses of each area.

Carrying with him all the monsters he captured on his last mission, Bomberman is headed for his home planet, Bomber. However, all of a sudden his rocket engines fail and he is forced to make an emergency landing. After having woken up from the crash he realises that not only are his engines gone, but all of the monsters have escaped!

Bomberman has to traverse four different lands and speak to the natives to aid him in his quest to reclaim the engines and monsters. As in most RPGs, you pick up upgrades along the way, such as bomb parts and skills acquired from defeating monsters.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1321   Released: 1998
Keywords: Maze, Puzzle
Series: Bomberman
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Personal Best: N/A
Prove how smart you are with BRAIN DRAIN. You'll have to beat the clock and the odds to get through 250 puzzles. Adding extra challenge to the game, some puzzles have reversed controls and a slow motion cursor. Luckily, there are two types of strategic bonus power-ups, but you'll have to use them wisely. Put your brain to the test in BRAIN DRAIN.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 763   Released: 1998
Keywords: Puzzle


Personal Best: N/A
Bust a Move 3 (also known as Puzzle Bobble 3) is the second sequel to Puzzle Bobble. It was released into arcades in 1996 and later ported to the Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Game Boy, Nintendo 64 and Microsoft Windows.

The game completely abandons the useridea of previous titles that the playfield is being pushed down by some sort of mechanical device and instead attaches usergroup of bubbles to nodes that move downwards. When a node is no longer connected to any bubbles, it will disappear and when all nodes in a level have vanished the level is complete. One result of this change that may appear strange to players of previous versions is that shooting a bubble to the top of the visible playfield without striking any bubbles causes it to bounce and start travelling back downwards. The player is not penalised if such bubbles again leave the playing field without attaching to anything (except for adding to the number of moves until the field is pushed down by one empty line). Despite this some versions include a reimplementation of the Puzzle Bobble 2 levels now built around nodes (entitled Version 2.5).

Gameplay is further varied by the implementation of new scrolling playfields that are several times as high as the screen and must be conquered as an endurance event. Each scrolling playfield occupies the same space on the world map as five previous levels.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1431   Released: 1998
Keywords: Puzzle
Series: Bust A Move
Top Cat
47,787,400
Personal Best: N/A
Centipede is a vertically oriented shoot 'em up arcade game produced by Atari, Inc. in 1981. It was ported to the Game Boy in 1995

The player is represented by a small, "somewhat humanoid head" at the bottom of the screen, later depicted as a caped, elf-like character on the Atari 2600, Atari 5200 and Atari 7800 cartridge graphics (though described as being a garden gnome in the trivia section of the cell phone interpretation). The player moves the character about the bottom area of the screen with a trackball and fires laser shots at a centipede advancing from the top of the screen down through a field of mushrooms. Shooting any section of the centipede creates a mushroom; shooting one of the middle segments splits the centipede into two pieces at that point. Each piece then continues independently on its way down the board, with the first section of the rear piece becoming a new head. If the head is destroyed, the section behind it becomes the next head.

The centipede starts at the top of the screen, traveling either left or right. When it hits a mushroom or the edge of the screen, it drops one level and switches direction. Thus, more mushrooms on the screen cause the centipede to descend more rapidly. The player can destroy mushrooms by shooting them, but each takes four hits to destroy.

If the centipede reaches the bottom of the screen, it moves back and forth within the player area and one-segment "head" centipedes are periodically added. This continues until the player has eliminated both the original centipede and all heads. When all the centipede's segments are destroyed, a new centipede forms at the top of the screen. Every time a centipede is eliminated, however, the next one is one segment shorter and is accompanied by one additional, fast-moving "head" centipede. A player loses a life when hit by a centipede or another enemy, such as a spider or a flea. The flea leaves mushrooms behind when fewer than five are in the player area, though the number required increases with level of difficulty. Spiders move across the player area in a zig-zag fashion and occasionally eat some of the mushrooms.

Scorpions poison every mushroom they touch, but these never appear in the player's movement region. A centipede touching a poisoned mushroom hurtles straight toward the player's area. Upon reaching the player's area, the centipede returns to normal behavior.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1327   Released: 1998
Series: Centipede
Permafrostrick
999,999
Personal Best: N/A
In Centipede, the player is trapped in the Enchanted Forest. Armed with only a magic wand to ward off the forest's insect denizens, all of which apparently are attacking in the player in continuous waves.

The player shoots sparks at approaching insects to score points by pressing the controller button. Holding down the controller button will set the wand to rapid fire shots.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1002   Released: 1998
Series: Centipede
Permafrostrick
138,394
Personal Best: N/A
Players shoot at on-screen enemies while trying not to hit the hostages throughout 6 different stages of action.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1205   Released: 1998
Keywords: Light Gun, Shootemup


Personal Best: N/A
A brand new coin-op video amusement game the Cross Pang which more often called Toads' Raid depicts a folk tale of an ancient kingdom clearing through national threat imposed by toadstools suddenly sprouted and proliferated rapidly over the kingdom.

Noticing that toadstools shaped in beads of seven different colors burst up to perish when four of a color are flocked together, the royalty ordered the
subject to flock them by colors thus to save the nation.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1697   Released: 1998
Keywords: Puzzle
Series: pang
HAL
3,034
Personal Best: N/A
is an Amiga darts sports game released in 1998 by F1 Licenceware.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 768   Released: 1998
Keywords: Sports


Personal Best: N/A
Dino Breeder 2 is a Strategy game, published by J-Wing, which was released in Japan in 1998.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 868   Released: 1998
Keywords: Simulation
Series: Dino Breeder


Personal Best: N/A
Doraemon no GameBoy de Asobouyo DX10 is an Action game, published by Epoch, which was released in Japan in 1998.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 980   Released: 1998
Keywords: Platform, Action
Series: Doraemon


Personal Best: N/A
Doraemon Kart is a Racing game, published by Epoch, which was released in Japan in 1998.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 1170   Released: 1998
Keywords: Racing
Series: Doraemon


Personal Best: N/A
Dragon Ball Z: Goku Hishouden is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Bandai, which was released in Japan in 1994.
Rating: Not rated yet
Times Played: 2295   Released: 1998
Keywords: Rpg
Series: dragon ball, shonen jump


Personal Best: N/A
While most levels require the dragon to clear out a fixed pattern of blocks, similar to Breakout or Arkanoid, every tenth level pits the dragon in head-to-head combat against a boss character. In order to complete the levels, the dragon must master speed control and ball placement. However, the dragon can only miss a certain number of balls before the game is over. With each ball that passes underneath him, his segmented body becomes shorter and shorter, making the levels even more challenging.
Rating: 1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes1 Votes
Times Played: 641   Released: 1998
Keywords: Breakout, Puzzle
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Personal Best: N/A
The most famous personage in the DOS shooter genre makes its way to the Genesis in this rare and unique release! This utilizes a specially designed 16-bit game engine in order to faithfully reproduce all of the fun and mayhem from the original. Licensed by Tec Toy and produced totally in Brazil, Duke Nukem 3D is the most ambitious port ever attempted for the Genesis. It's the same plot, levels, weapons, and monsters as the original. An army of aliens has taken over Los Angeles, so Duke deals with them as only he can - kill 'em all, and let God sort 'em out! Do you have the balls to play such an intense game? (loosely translated from the Tec Toy press release)

Well, it's unique, I must say. I'm surprised Tec Toy managed to pull it off at all. What do I think? Yes - the graphics stink, the sound sample tranfer is limited, and the levels are nothing like the original. Yes, it's pretty much the Zero Tolerance game engine with Duke3D graphics and sound grafted on top. At least they carried on the Sega tradition of leaving in the violence (guts go everywhere after a RPG hit) and the style is there, if not the feel. It's worth the look, but don't expect an exact clone of the IBM PC original - after all, we're talking about limited 16-bit hardware here, folks.
Rating: 3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes
Times Played: 4191   Released: 1998
Series: Duke Nukem


Personal Best: N/A


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