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On a faraway planet there lives a species called the Blobs. These Blobs love participating in puzzle contests. Bob the Blob is our hero. He looks confidently into the future and would like to win (depending upon degree of difficulty) the bronze (easy) silver (normal) or the gold medal (hard) in this contest.
Shift the boxes in such a way that each one fits in one of the target tiles. The crates are moved simply by walking toward one with the d-pad. Crates can only be pushed, not pulled. This is an important point since, as soon as a crate is pushed against a wall, it can't be moved away.
The game was going to be one of the games, which should have saved the system with a relaunch, but it was delayed again and again until it was canceled because of the lack of success of the Virtual Boy. At this time, the game already was completely finished.
You are Chalvo, the bouncing robot, traveling through space in full 3d-D motion in pursuit of alien invaders that threaten the peaceful inhabitants of Earth.
One of the few VB games to fully use its 3D abilities.
The only first person shooter on the Virtual Boy. Based on H. P. Lovecraft's book "The Shadow over Innsmouth".
Your job is to find the exit to a labyrinth of hallways and doors full of monsters in a given time frame. You are armed with a gun, which can be fired with the R button and reloaded with the L button. You aim with the right control pad and move with the left one.
During a game, you visit 13 of a total of 45 levels. Depending on the time you needed to complete a level, you next play the next higher or next lower level on the spear-like level chart. At the end, there are 4 endings depending on your achievement in the play-through. Ending A can only be gotten if you finish all 13 levels one after another in the given time limit and without a single death.
Graphically, Insmouse is solid but technically outdated, even for 1995. You don't move through real 3-D environments, but those are pretended by single images with simple 3-D effects. By presing on the left digital pad, you move forward or backwards a part of the hallway, or turn to the left or right by 90
Once a year, during Halloween, a gate between our land and that of the fairies opens. All fairies must get back to fairyland by 11:00 p.m. or they will be doomed forever. The Jack Bros. are three of these fairies. One of the brothers has so much Halloween fun on Earth, he loses track of time. Pixie, the good fairy, helps our character by showing him a shortcut to his home. Of course, on this path full of adventures, a few tasks lie ahead.
Jack Frost attacks with snowballs. His special attack is the ability to freeze his enemies. Mr. Frost has an average movement and a weak attack, but has a very rapid fire rate.
Jack Lantern throws fireballs. His special attack weakens each enemy on the screen by absorbing some of it's energy. He has average movement, average attack and a good rapid fire.
Jack Skeleton has a knife. With his special attack, he can kill every enemy on the screen. Since his only weapon is a knife, his rapid fire is weak. To compensate for this, he has the strongest special attack and good movement.
The "Clash House Tower" has been invaded by some bad guys, and now it is up to Mario to clear them out. With this banal background story, packed into a short, but quite nicely done intro, Mario's second Virtual Boy trip after Mario's Tennis begins.
Mario Clash is a 3 dimensional remake of the Arcade/NES classic Mario Bros. (note: not Super Mario Bros.). The first 40 levels are accessible in the main menu, but theoretically the game continues forever, after level 99 the game jumps back to the first, but that time in a harder version with a higher number of enemies. So there's no real ending to this game, the main goal is to collect as many points as possible.
A devastating World War ravaged the Earth for 70 agonizing years beginning at the end of the 20th Century. During the later stages of the war, an automated battle system named "K.O.S." (Killer Operating System) was developed. Central to the "K.O.S." program was a highly sophisticated neural net, which included the compilation of all biotechnology data available. This made the "K.O.S." an extremely efficient and highly adaptable weapon, able to rapidly determine and generate the most effective response to any external threat. It became known simply as KAOS.
KAOS turned the tides of war, and the war ended with the establishment of the "Commonwealth of Earth". The new government promised to establish an utopia, and its first move was to order the destruction of all the weapons of war. KAOS was ordered shut down and all other weapon systems destroyed. The world rejoiced and weapons were torn apart at a record pace. What no one realized was that KAOS had became a sentient being, with only one goal: SURVIVAL! It turned off all external signs of operation, and began secretly creating a massive army of weapons and brutal creatures. Without warning, KAOS released its armies on the world to destroy its new found enemy, all of humanity! The only weapon of war remaining was a lone Tech-Wing Fighter!!
Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to pilot the Tech-Wing Fighter, enter KAOS and destroy it from within! The fate of humanity is in your able hands!!
SD Gundam Dimension War (SDガンダムディメンションウォー?) is a Japanese-exclusive turn-based strategy game for the Virtual Boy based on the Gundam anime series. It is one of the rarest games for the Virtual Boy, sometimes reaching $1,400 on auction sites such as eBay.
A battle that will either wipe humanity or machines from the universe has begun! The year is 210 SE (Space Era). Humankind has prospered beyond the wildest imagination of the earliest space explorers. Waves of human colonists have advanced to thousands of planets all over the universe. Each colony built is provided with a caretaker computer and equipped with Android Industrial (AI) Drones to control the planet and mine resources. The materials collected are sent back to Earth.
Now, something has gone terribly wrong and the caretaker computer of Odin, (planet #0326) has spontaneously reprogrammed itself. Instead of serving humans and sending minerals to Earth, it seems its new mission is to slaughter humans and make minerals of Earth.
The corrupted caretaker, calling itself "Mittgard," has declared war on all humanity. His mechanical army of "AI Drones" is headed toward Earth,and he has equipped them with a ray that will render the strategic computers and weapons of the United Earth Army inoperative. As a result, wherever the army has tried to intercept the AI Drones has suffered total defeat. As luck would have it, a xeno-archeology team working on Ragnarok (planet#1562) has just made a most fortuitous find. Among the ruins of an alien civilization, a battle machine has been unearthed. Because of its alien design and construction, this battle machine is not affected by the Mittgard rays. The most fortunate stroke is that it is equipped with a device that allows it to reprogram some AI Drones and use them against Mittgard's forces. After taking possession of the Ragnarok battle machine, The United Earth Army has called on its number one flying ace, YOU, to rid the universe of the menace posed by Mittgard.
One of the better Virtual Boy games. As Wario, you'll need to capture the shining gold and vast treasures locked deep inside a hidden cave. But, beware of poison ponds, perilous prisons, endless walls and creepy woods!
You control "the Mariner", and it's up to you to rescue these poor souls, fend off the attacking aqua-goons on jetskis, watch out for sharks, and groove to a new-age soundtrack in the 3D red-and-black environment that only Virtual Boy can deliver.