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Aah! Harimanada

Aah! Harimanada

Platforms: Sega Game Gear,Nintendo GameBoy,Sega Mega Drive

Publishers: Kodansha

Aa Harimanada (ああ播磨灘) is a Japanese media franchise that began with a 1991 manga by Kei Sadayasu published in Kodansha's Weekly Morning. An anime television series was broadcast in 1992. The series was later adapted to a video game developed and published by Sega for the Sega Game Gear and Sega Mega Drive. A port was also released on the Game Boy, released by ASK.

AirBlade

AirBlade

Platforms: PlayStation 2

AirBlade est un jeu vidéo de sport extrême futuriste développé par Criterion Games et édité par Namco en 2001 sur PlayStation 2.

A Question of Sport

A Question of Sport

Platforms: Amiga,Atari ST,Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64

Publishers: Elite SystemsSuperior Software

A Question of Sport is a 1988 video game based on the BBC quiz show of the same name. As in the show, the player has to answer questions about sports. The game uses the same engine as Mike Read's Computer Pop Quiz.

Andre Agassi Tennis

Andre Agassi Tennis

Platforms: Sega Master System,Sega Game Gear,Super Nes,Sega Mega Drive

Publishers: Lance Investments

Andre Agassi Tennis est un jeu vidéo de tennis sorti en 1992 et fonctionne sur Game Gear, Master System, Mega Drive et Super Nintendo. Le jeu a été développé par TecMagik puis édité par TecMagik et Lance Investments. Le jeu tient son nom du champion Andre Agassi.

AO Tennis 2

AO Tennis 2

Publishers: Big Ant Studios

AO Tennis 2 is a tennis video game developed and published by Big Ant Studios. It is the sequel to AO Tennis and holds the official license of the tennis Grand Slam Australian Open. The game was initially released on 9 January 2020 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Active Life: Outdoor Challenge

Active Life: Outdoor Challenge

Platforms: Wii

Publishers: Bandai Namco Games

Active Life: Outdoor Challenge (Family Trainer: Athletic World in Japan and Family Trainer in Europe) is a video game for the Wii produced by Bandai Namco Games. Players use a mat similar to the Power Pad in conjunction with the Wii Remote in order to complete a variety of mini-games. The game is comparable to Wii Fit. As of January 30, 2009, the game has sold one million copies worldwide. A sequel, titled Active Life: Extreme Challenge, was released on August 11, 2009.

AFL Evolution

AFL Evolution

Platforms: PlayStation 4,Microsoft Windows,XBox One

Publishers: Tru Blu Entertainment

AFL Evolution is a video game based on the AFL developed by Wicked Witch Software and published by Tru Blu Entertainment in 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. A demo containing player and team creation tools was released on April 5, 2017. The game was released on May 5, 2017 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and Microsoft Windows via Steam on July 21.

All-Star Baseball '99

All-Star Baseball '99

Platforms: Nintendo 64,Nintendo GameBoy

Publishers: Acclaim Entertainment

All-Star Baseball 99 is a video game developed by Iguana Entertainment and Realtime Associates Seattle Division and published by Acclaim Entertainment for the Game Boy and the Nintendo 64 in 1998. The game features Colorado Rockies outfielder Larry Walker on the cover.

ATV Simulator

ATV Simulator

Platforms: Amstrad CPC,Commodore 64

Publishers: Codemasters

ATV Simulator (also known as All Terrain Vehicle Simulation) is a computer game released for the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC by Codemasters. The goal of the game is to drive an ATV through various courses which must be completed within the time limit without running out of fuel. If a player crashes the ATV, they can move their man to get back into the vehicle, however it will cost time to do so. If a player runs out time or fuel, the game is over.

Australian Rules Football

Australian Rules Football

Platforms: Amstrad CPC

Publishers: Keith A Goodyer

Australian Rules Football was programmed by Keith A Goodyer and released in 1989 for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC.

Atari Vault

Atari Vault

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux,Apple OSX

Publishers: Atari

Atari Vault is a collection of one hundred video games that Atari had produced for arcade cabinets and its Atari 2600 home console system, dating from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. The collection was developed by Code Mystics, who had helmed similar collections of Atari games to other platforms, to work on Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Linux via the Steam client. The games, where possible, have been updated to include modern-day features such as local and online multiplayer and online leaderboard…

Angler

Angler

Publishers: Virgin Games

Angler is a fishing video game written by Dirk Olivier for the ZX Spectrum and published 1983 by Virgin Games. The player controls a boat along the top of the screen and has 100 casts to catch as many fish as possible.

AMF Xtreme Bowling 2006

AMF Xtreme Bowling 2006

Platforms: PlayStation 2,XBox

Publishers: Mud Duck Productions,Blast Entertainment

AMF Xtreme Bowling 2006 (known as AMF Xtreme Bowling in North America) is a bowling video game released for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox on June 21, 2006 in the US. It has been regarded by some critics as a poor bowling game with terrible graphics and glitchy physics.

Alley Master

Alley Master

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Cinematronics

Alley Master is a ten-pin bowling arcade game released by Cinematronics in 1986.

Active Life: Explorer

Active Life: Explorer

Platforms: Wii

Publishers: Bandai Namco Games

Active Life: Explorer, known in Japan and Europe as Family Trainer: Treasure Adventure (ファミリートレーナー:トレジャーアドベンチャー Famirītorēnā: Torejāadobenchā), is a sports produced by Maya Ito. First announced at E3 2010, it was released by Namco Bandai for the Wii that same year. Explorer is the sequel to the 2009 video game Active Life: Extreme Challenge. It consists of a total of 24 mini-games, which can be played freely in the Free Play mode. It also mixes into a party as well. It has received mixed to posi…

Awesome Golf

Awesome Golf

Publishers: Atari Corporation

Awesome Golf is a 1991 golf video game developed by Hand Made Software and published by Atari Corporation in North America and Europe exclusively for the Atari Lynx. The first project to be created by Hand Made Software, players have the choice to compete either solo or against other human players using the console's ComLynx system on matches set in any of the three available countries across any of the game modes available. Its gameplay mainly uses a two-button configuration. Awesome Golf was d…

Amiga Soccer

Amiga Soccer

Platforms: Atari ST,Amiga

Publishers: Micro Deal

Amiga Soccer/ST Soccer is a soccer video game developed by Microdeal in 1988.

Alpine Racer

Alpine Racer

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Namco

Alpine Racer is a 1995 racing arcade game developed and published by Namco. The player uses a handlebar controller to move a skier down a course situated on a snow-covered mountain, the objective being to make it to the end of the course without falling off the slope or colliding with obstacles. It features three different courses to select, alongside a standard race mode and a time-attack mode where the player must pass through gates to replenish a time limit. It ran on the Namco System 22 arca…

Aussie Rules Footy

Aussie Rules Footy

Publishers: Laser Beam

Aussie Rules Footy is the first AFL simulation video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed by Melbourne based Beam Software and published under their "Laser Beam" publishing title in 1992. The release was Australian-only with distribution handled through Mattel's Australian operations.

ABC Wide World of Sports Boxing

ABC Wide World of Sports Boxing

Platforms: Amiga,Microsoft Dos

ABC Wide World Of Sports Boxing is a boxing computer game released in 1991. The game allows for more than just boxing, letting the player create and then train and manage their own character. It is based on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) program Wide World of Sports and was released at the time of the program's 30th anniversary. Sportscaster Dan Dierdorf, then a boxing commentator for ABC, is featured in this game. The game was known in the European market as TV Sports Boxing, part of C…