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    • Multiplayer game

    • A multiplayer game has several players, who may be independent opponents or teams. Games with many independent players are difficult to analyse formally using game theory as the players may form coalitions. The term "game" in this context may mean either a true game played for entertainment, or a competitive activity d ... Read »


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    • Achtung, die Kurve!

    • Achtung, die Kurve!

      Achtung, die Kurve!, also known as Zatacka or simply Achtung, is a freeware, multiplayer DOS computer game that supports from two-player up to eight-player gaming simultaneously. The game is a clone of the lesser known Cervi (Worms) from 1993, differing in that the lines now have holes. Author is Filip Oscadal, aka Fre ... Read »


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    • Acquire

    • Acquire

      Acquire is a multi-player mergers and acquisitions themed board game. It is played with tiles representing hotels that are arranged on the board, play money and stock certificates. The object of the game is to earn the most money by developing and merging hotel chains. When a chain in which a player owns stock is acqui ... Read »


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    • Almirante (board game)

    • Almirante, the Game of Sea Domination, is a Portuguese strategy board game. It stands out by combining an absence of random luck and the possibility to play it with up to six players. The object of the game is to dominate the center of the seas and of the board. The game was created and is produced by Jogos Almirante, ... Read »


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    • Antakshari

    • Antakshri also known as Anthyakshari is a spoken parlor game played in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal. Each contestant sings the first verse of a song (usually a Bollywood song) that begins with the Hindustani consonant on which the previous contestant's song selection ended. The word is derived from two Hi ... Read »


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    • Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty

    • Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty

      Asura Blade: Sword of Dynasty (アシュラブレード?) is a 1998 one-on-one fighting arcade game developed and published by Fuuki. The game series had served as Fuuki's first attempt in the fighting game genre, and as a part of their own brief stint at arcade game manufacturing. It was soon f ... Read »


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    • Baas-o-Beyt

    • Baas-o-Beyt (Sistanian: بئث و بئت) is a special kind of rhyming game common among Sistanian people and is generally considered as a genre of Sistanian poetry (called Seytak) played by composing verses of Sistanian poems, along with some Sistanian dance and music. It is very similar to Bait bazi, An ... Read »


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    • Bananagrams

    • Bananagrams

      Bananagrams is a word game invented by Abraham Nathanson of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, wherein lettered tiles are used to spell words. Nathanson conceived and developed the idea for the game with the help of his family. The name is derived from the founding family's claim that it's the "anagram game that will drive you ... Read »


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    • Bang! (card game)

    • Bang! is a Wild West-themed social deduction card game, designed by Emiliano Sciarra and released by Italian publisher daVinci Editrice in 2002. In 2004, Bang! won the Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game of 2003 and Best Graphic Design of a Card Game or Expansion. The game is known worldwide as Bang!, except ... Read »


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    • The Banner Saga

    • The Banner Saga

      The Banner Saga is a fantasy tactical role-playing video game developed by Stoic, a trio of indie game developers formerly of BioWare, and published by Versus Evil. The game takes place in a fictional world inspired by Viking mythology. It was released as a single-player campaign, The Banner Saga – the first game ... Read »


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    • Battle Arena Nitoshinden

    • Battle Arena Nitoshinden

      Battle Arena Nitoshinden is a spin-off game from the Battle Arena Toshinden series and was only released in Japan. The game was to be released in the US under the name of Toshinden Kids but was canceled. Nitoshinden features super deformed characters, similar to those in Virtua Fighter Kids. The gameplay of Nitoshind ... Read »


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    • Battle Arena Toshinden 3

    • Battle Arena Toshinden 3

      Battle Arena Toshinden 3 for PlayStation is a 3D weapons-based fighting game and sequel of Battle Arena Toshinden 2. Toshinden 3 is the first of the main series not to be ported to other platforms. It is also the only game in the series that has game play differences between the Japanese version and subsequent U.S. and ... Read »


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    • Battle Tryst

    • Battle Tryst

      Battle Tryst (バトルトライスト?) is a 1998 3D fighting arcade game developed and published by Konami. It is Konami's second attempt in the 3D arcade fighting game market after their 1997 3D arcade fighting game Fighting Bujutsu. It is powered by the Konami M2 Hardware, which is Konami's ... Read »


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    • Bio F.R.E.A.K.S.

    • Bio F.R.E.A.K.S.

      Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. is a 3D fighting video game released by Midway in 1998. It was originally planned for arcades. Prototypes of the game were tested at arcades, but the final arcade release was canceled (although a ROM image of the prototype was eventually dumped and works in MAME) and the game was later released for the ... Read »


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    • Blandia

    • Blandia

      Blandia (ブランディア, Burandia?) is a 1992 one-on-one, weapon-based fighting arcade game developed and published by Allumer. It is the sequel to the 1986 arcade game, Gladiator. Along with Strata's Time Killers, Blandia is one of the earliest weapon-based fighting games modeled after its compet ... Read »


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    • The Blockheads (video game)

    • The Blockheads is a survival sandbox independent video game created by David Frampton, an indie developer and owner of Majic Jungle Software. The Blockheads is a two-dimensional survival game. Players can explore their surroundings, navigate the sky and search for floating islands or navigate the entire world map, ... Read »


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    • Blood Warrior

    • Blood Warrior

      Blood Warrior, known in Japan as Ooedo Fight (大江戸ファイト, Ooedo Faito?), is a 1993 fighting arcade game developed by Atop and published by Kaneko. It is the successor to the 1992 fighting arcade game, Shogun Warriors, also developed by Atop and published by Kaneko. Unlike Shogun Warriors ... Read »


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    • Boggle

    • Boggle

      Boggle is a word game designed by Allan Turoff and originally distributed by Parker Brothers. The game is played using a plastic grid of lettered dice, in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. The game begins by shaking a covered tray of 16 cubic dice, each with a different letter p ... Read »


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    • Buriki One

    • Buriki One

      Buriki One: World Grapple Tournament '99 in Tokyo, otherwise known simply as Buriki One, is a 3D competitive fighting game produced by SNK and released as a coin-operated arcade game in 1999. It is the seventh and final game developed for SNK's short-lived Hyper Neo Geo 64 hardware and like most games released for the ... Read »


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    • Burning Rival

    • Burning Rival

      Burning Rival (バーニングライバル?) is a 1993fighting arcade game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega. It was released exclusively in Japan in July 1993. It was also the first fighting game developed by Sega AM2. Virtua Fighter and Shenmue creator Yu Suzuki was involved as a ... Read »


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    • Bushido Blade 2

    • Bushido Blade 2

      Bushido Blade 2 (ブシドーブレード弐, Bushidō Burēdo Tsu?) is a fighting video game published by Square, released in both Japan and North America in 1998. It is the sequel to Bushido Blade, which had been released the previous year. Bushido Blade 2 expands on some of the as ... Read »


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    • Cardinal Syn

    • Cardinal Syn

      Cardinal SYN is a fighting video game developed by Kronos Digital Entertainment, the creators of Criticom and Dark Rift, and published by Sony through their 989 Studios in 1998. Cardinal Syn is 3D fighting game with free roaming features that allows you to move around a small interactive stage during the fight, si ... Read »


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    • Castlevania Judgment

    • Castlevania Judgment

      Castlevania Judgment, known in Japan as Akumajō Dracula Judgment (悪魔城ドラキュラ ジャッジメント, Akumajō Dorakyura Jajjimento?, officially translated Devil's Castle Dracula Judgment), is a 3D fighting video game developed by Konami and Eighting for the ... Read »


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    • Chatan Yarakuu Shanku – The Karate Tournament


    • Clag (card game)

    • Clag or Clagg is a trick-taking card game using a standard deck of 52 playing cards. It is similar to Whist or Oh Hell, and can be played with up to seven players. The cards are shuffled before each deal and dealt to each player in turn until the desired number of cards are dealt. The top card from the pack is the ... Read »


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    • Commune (card game)

    • Commune is a bluffing-based card game that requires knowledge of poker. It is best played in a large group of people, and does not require use of a table or playing surface. Gameplay is similar to Liar's dice or Liar's poker. The object of Commune is to be the last player remaining in the game. Players are removed ... Read »


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    • Contract bridge


    • Hammond Electric Bridge Table

    • The Hammond Electric Bridge Table was an electromechanical automatic card shuffling machine that dealt playing cards at random to four bridge players. The mechanism was built into a card table. The main concept of the machine was as a labor saving aid for bridge players in dealing out the hands. The invention was an of ... Read »


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    • Cosmic Carnage

    • Cosmic Carnage

      Cosmic Carnage, known in Japan as Cyber Brawl (サイバーブロール?), is a 1994 2-D fighting video game released for the Sega 32X, developed by Givro and published by Sega. It was one of the few original titles created for the add-on during its short lifespan. In an uncharted star syst ... Read »


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    • Criticom

    • Criticom

      Criticom is a 3D fighting video game developed by Kronos Digital Entertainment and originally released in November 1995 in the USA, March 1996 in Europe and October 1996 in Japan by Vic Tokai for the PlayStation. The Sega Saturn version was released in early 1997. The fighting action takes place on a round, elevat ... Read »


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    • D. D. Crew

    • D. D. Crew

      D. D. Crew (D. D. クルー) is a 1991 2D beat 'em up developed and released into arcades by Sega. In the game, players control one of four characters, F. F., Buster, King or Gung Ho, who fight to stop a terrorist plot. D. D. Crew is similar to Capcom's Final Fight, which is an archetypal side s ... Read »


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    • Dabble

    • Dabble is an anagram word game designed by George Weiss and published by INI, LLC. Players draw lettered tiles in order to arrange them into words on a tiered tile rack. Each of the five tiers leaves room for a word of a certain amount of letters. The first player to make five valid words wins. ... Read »


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    • Dark Rift

    • Dark Rift

      Dark Rift is a 3D fighting video game for the Nintendo 64, notable for being the first N64 game to use 60 frames per second. It has been referred to as the Nintendo 64's first native fighting game, though in actuality it is a port of a cancelled Sega Saturn game. It was originally announced under the title "Criticom I ... Read »


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    • Diplomacy (game)

    • Diplomacy

      Diplomacy is a strategic board game created by Allan B. Calhamer in 1954 and released commercially in 1959. Its main distinctions from most board wargames are its negotiation phases (players spend much of their time forming and betraying alliances with other players and forming beneficial strategies) and the absence of ... Read »


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    • Doomtown

    • Doomtown: Reloaded (originally Deadlands:Doomtown) is a collectible card game, a companion to the Deadlands roleplaying setting. The game sets itself apart from other CCGs by having each card also serve as a playing card and resolving certain in-game situations with a hand of poker, thus accentuating the Old West atmo ... Read »


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    • Dragoon Might

    • Dragoon Might

      Dragoon Might (ドラグーンマイト?) is a 2D competitive fighting game produced by Konami and released as a coin-operated video game in August 1995. Dragoon Might features two distinct game modes. A single match mode in which the player must defeat their opponents in round-based matches, a ... Read »


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    • Ehrgeiz

    • Ehrgeiz

      Ehrgeiz (エアガイツ, Eagaitsu?, German: [ˈeɐɡaits] "Ambition"), fully titled Ehrgeiz: God Bless The Ring, is a 3D fighting video game developed by DreamFactory and published by Namco in 1998 for the arcade platform. It was first ported to the PlayStation and published by Square Co. in 1998, ... Read »


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    • Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

    • Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

      Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (餓狼伝説 ワイルドアンビション, Garō Densetsu Wairudo Anbishon?, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf: Wild Ambition") is a 3D fighting video game produced by SNK and is part of the Fatal Fury series of fighting games. The game was released by J ... Read »


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    • Fighting Vipers

    • Fighting Vipers

      Fighting Vipers (ファイティングバイパーズ Faitingu Vaipāzu) is a 3D fighting video game developed by Sega AM2. The game was first released in the arcade in 1995 using the Sega Model 2 hardware, and became one of the highest grossing arcade games of 1996. That year, the ... Read »


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    • Fighting Vipers 2

    • Fighting Vipers 2

      Fighting Vipers 2 is a 3D fighting video game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega for their Model 3 arcade board in 1998, and later ported to the Dreamcast in 2001. It is the sequel to the 1995 game Fighting Vipers. Along with the original cast of the first game, Fighting Vipers 2 introduced Emi, a computer ge ... Read »


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    • Final Fight Revenge

    • Final Fight Revenge

      Final Fight Revenge (Japanese: ファイナルファイト リベンジ, Hepburn: Fainaru Faito Ribenji?) is a 1999 American-developed 3D fighting video game. The game was produced by the American division of Capcom (later known as "Capcom Production Studio 8"), which later produc ... Read »


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    • G.A.S.P!! Fighters' NEXTream


    • Glasnost The Game

    • Glasnost The Game is a strategic board game, produced by the Cypriot company YL Games. It was invented in 1989 by neuroscientist Yiannis Laouris, with help and inspiration from his daughter Romina, and his friend George Vakanas in Tucson, Arizona. Glasnost The Game is a turn-based game for ideally four players. It is p ... Read »


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    • Gogo's Crazy Bones


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    • GunForce

    • GunForce

      GunForce: Battle Fire Engulfed Terror Island (ガンフォース?, Ganfosu), or simply titled as GunForce, is a side-scrolling action shooting game produced by Irem for the arcades in 1991. The game was later ported by Bits Studios and published by Irem for the Super NES in 1992. Outside Japan, it la ... Read »


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    • Hansa Teutonica

    • Hansa Teutonica is a German board game designed by Andreas Steding and published by Argentum Verlag in 2009. It placed in the top 10 at the Deutscher Spiele Preis. The game can be played with 2–5 players. In addition to the core set, an expansion has been published that adds new rules and modes of play. The ... Read »


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    • Hare and Tortoise

    • Hare and Tortoise

      Hare and Tortoise is a German-style board game designed by David Parlett in 1974 and first published by Intellect Games. In 1978 it was released by Ravensburger in Germany, where the game became a huge hit. It has since sold some 2 million units in at least ten languages, including several known pirated editions. The c ... Read »


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    • Havic: The Bothering

    • Havic: The Bothering

      Havic: The Bothering (colloquially "Havic" or "HTB") is a parody of the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering. Havic was created by Peter Gray and Frank Martell and introduced in 1998 by PGI Limited. Only the first card set of Havic named Skool Daze was printed and distributed in randomly inserted 60 card shr ... Read »


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    • Holosseum

    • Holosseum

      Holosseum (ホロシアム?) is a 1992 fighting arcade game developed and published by Sega. The name is a portmanteau of holography and colosseum, due to it being a fighting game created exclusively for Sega's hi-tech hologram theater cabinet, and is the second and last game created for it after Time Tr ... Read »


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    • Illuminati (game)

    • Illuminati

      Illuminati is a standalone card game made by Steve Jackson Games (SJG), inspired by the 1975 book, The Illuminatus! Trilogy, by Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea. The game has ominous secret societies competing with each other to control the world through sinister means, including legal, illegal, and even mystical. I ... Read »


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    • Infunitum

    • Infunitum, pronounced /in-FUN-item/, is a social-based board game which rewards players for unique answers to hundreds of topics. Infunitum is a trademark of Infunitum Inc (Trademarkia), which is a Chicago-based company founded in 2009 by May Requilman and Hazel Tabayoyong. Infunitum was designed by Abner Avila. ... Read »


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    • Inkognito

    • Inkognito is a board game for 3 to 5 players designed by Alex Randolph and Leo Colovini first published in 1988 by Milton Bradley Company. It has since been republished several times including by the company Venice Connection established by the designers and Dario De Toffoli. It is spy game set in Venice. It is u ... Read »


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    • Kaiser Knuckle

    • Kaiser Knuckle

      Kaiser Knuckle (カイザーナックル?), which is known outside of Japan as Global Champion, is a 1994 fighting game released for the arcades by Taito. Kaiser Knuckle was released during the fighting game trend of the 1990s that began with Capcom's Street Fighter II. Kaiser Knuckle follo ... Read »


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    • Kengo

    • Kengo

      Kengo (剣豪) is the name of a series of video games developed by Genki. Kengo is considered a spiritual successor to the Bushido Blade game series for the PlayStation. Released for the PlayStation 2 as Kengo in Japan by Genki on December 14, 2000 and as Kengo: Master of Bushido in North America and Europe ... Read »


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    • Kensei: Sacred Fist

    • Kensei: Sacred Fist

      Kensei: Sacred Fist, known in Japan as Bugi (武戯 -BUGI-?), is a 1998 3D-based fighting game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo and published by Konami. It was first released in Japan on November 19, 1998, in North America on November 30, 1998, and in Europe the same year. It was later re-released ... Read »


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    • Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

    • Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

      Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (星のカービィ64, Hoshi no KābÄ« Rokujuyon?, "Kirby of the Stars 64") is a Kirby platform game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. It is the sequel to Kirby's Dream Land 3. Although Kirby appears as a playable character in ... Read »


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    • Kirby & the Amazing Mirror


    • Kirby Super Star

    • Kirby Super Star

      Kirby Super Star, known as Kirby's Fun Pak in Europe and Hoshi no Kirby Super Deluxe (星のカービィスーパーデラックス, Hoshi no KābÄ« SÅ«pā Derakkusu?, lit. "Kirby of the Stars Super Deluxe") in Japan, is a 1996 platforming video game developed by HAL ... Read »


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    • Kirby: Squeak Squad

    • Kirby: Squeak Squad

      Kirby: Squeak Squad, known in Europe as Kirby: Mouse Attack, in Korea as Byeol ui Kieby: Dauphin Ildang ui Seupgyeok, and in Japan as Hoshi no Kirby: Sanjō! Dorotche Dan (Japanese: 星のカービィ 参上! ドロッチェ団?, lit."Kirby of the Stars: They've Arrived! The ... Read »


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    • Kirby's Dream Land 3


    • Knuckle Bash

    • Knuckle Bash

      Knuckle Bash (ナックルバッシュ?) is a 1993 side-scrolling beat 'em up arcade game developed and published by Toaplan in Japan, later released in North America and Europe by Atari. It was designed by , who among other things would join the Toaplan successor Gazelle and designed another a ... Read »


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    • Knuckle Heads

    • Knuckle Heads

      Knuckle Heads (ナックルヘッズ, Nakkuru Hezzu?) is a two-on-two fighting arcade game which was released by Namco, in 1992; it runs on Namco NA-2 hardware, and represents the company's answer to Capcom's 1987 hit Street Fighter. The US version was also the fifth title from the company to show ... Read »


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    • The Kung-Fu Master Jackie Chan

    • The Kung-Fu Master Jackie Chan

      The Kung-Fu Master Jackie Chan (カンフーマスター ジャッキー・チェン?) is a 1995 fighting arcade game developed and published by Kaneko. It features the Hong Kong celebrity, Jackie Chan, who was also the producer of it, while it also features other acto ... Read »


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    • Last Bronx

    • Last Bronx

      Last Bronx (ラストブロンクス -東京番外地-, Last Bronx ~Tokyo Bangaichi~?) is a 3D fighting video game developed by Sega AM3 on the Sega Model 2 mainboard. This is one of the first motion captured 3D weapon fighting games released in Japanese game centers in 1996; the ... Read »


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    • The Last Story

    • The Last Story

      The Last Story (Japanese: ラストストーリー, Hepburn: Rasuto SutōrÄ«?) is a Japanese action role-playing game, developed by Mistwalker and AQ Interactive for the Wii video game console. Nintendo published the title in all regions except for North America, where it was published by Xs ... Read »


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    • Lightning Legend: Daigo no Daibouken

    • Lightning Legend: Daigo no Daibouken

      Lightning Legend: Daigo no Daibouken (ライトニングレジェンド 大悟の大冒険?, lit. "Lighting Legend: Daigo's Great Adventure), is a 1996 3D-based fighting game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo and published by Konami. It is the first 3D-b ... Read »


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    • Loaded Questions (game)

    • Loaded Questions is a question-based board game created by Eric Poses in 1996. The game emphasizes socializing. Recommend 4-6 players (but can be played with fewer or more players) Poses said his game is "very simple" compared to strategy games, as in Loaded Questions "you get through the instructions in about thr ... Read »


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    • The Lord of the Rings Dice Building Game

    • The Lord of the Rings Dice Building Game

      The Lord of the Rings Dice Building Game is a dice-building game produced by WizKids. It is based on The Lord of the Rings film trilogy directed by Peter Jackson, and the book that inspired it, written by J. R. R. Tolkien. The game mechanics are often compared to Quarriors! though they are not identical. Players must ... Read »


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    • Mace: The Dark Age

    • Mace: The Dark Age

      Mace: The Dark Age is a fighting video game released by Atari for arcade machines in 1997 and ported by Midway to the Nintendo 64 in 1997. "For centuries an impenetrable darkness has shrouded Europe, Arabia and Asia, with countless victims succumbing to the ravenous hunger of unchecked pestilence and war. In Asia, ... Read »


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    • Machiavelli (board game)

    • Machiavelli is a strategic board game created by S. Craig Taylor and James B. Wood, and released commercially in 1977 by Battleline Publications, later taken over by Avalon Hill, who are currently owned by Hasbro. Set in Renaissance Italy, the board is controlled by the Republic of Florence, the Republic of Venice, the ... Read »


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    • Merchant Prince II

    • Merchant Prince II

      Merchant Prince II is a 2001 turn-based strategy game of economic, political, and military conquest. The game is developed by Holistic and published by Take-Two Interactive. Merchant Prince II was panned by critics. 1Up called the game "a less misleading Classic Gaming label" saying "Mainstream consumers pulled in by ... Read »


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    • Modern Combat 5: Blackout

    • Modern Combat 5: Blackout

      Modern Combat 5: Blackout is a 2014 first-person shooter developed by Wil Lane Bucharest and published by Gameloft. It is the fifth installment of the Modern Combat series and the sequel to Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. It was released on July 24, 2014 for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, Windows 8.1 and BlackBerry 10. It ... Read »


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    • Modern Combat: Domination

    • Modern Combat: Domination is an online multiplayer first person shooter video game developed by Gameloft for PlayStation Network and Mac. The game features a progression (rank) system in the form of experience points, awarded according to performance. The user can attain up to 72 ranks in all which increases with ... Read »


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    • Monopoly (game)

    • Monopoly

      Monopoly is a board game that originated in the United States in 1903 as a way to demonstrate that an economy which rewards wealth creation is better than one in which monopolists work under few constraints and to promote the economic theories of Henry George and in particular his ideas about taxation. The current vers ... Read »


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    • Monopoly: The Mega Edition

    • Monopoly: The Mega Edition is a special variant of the popular board game Monopoly. The game was first published in 2006 by Winning Moves in the US. A UK version was adapted in 2007. The game board is larger than that of regular Monopoly (30% bigger). The game now includes $/£1,000 bills, and it includes an option ... Read »


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    • Musashi no Ken – Tadaima Shugyō ChÅ«


    • Mystery Date (game)

    • Mystery Date

      Mystery Date is a board game from the Milton Bradley Company released in 1965, conceived by Marvin Glass and created by Henry Stan. Marketed to girls 6 to 14 years of age, it has been reissued in 1970, 1999, and 2005. Mystery Date can be played with 2, 3, or 4 players. The object of the game is to acquire a desira ... Read »


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    • Osiris: New Dawn

    • Osiris: New Dawn

      Osiris: New Dawn is an action-adventure role-playing massive multiplayer online video game released onto Steam's Early Access program on September 28, 2016. It was developed by Fenix Fire Entertainment and published by Reverb Triple XP. Osiris: New Dawn is set in the year 2046, in which humans are starting to vent ... Read »


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    • Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty

    • Outlaws of the Lost Dynasty

      Outlaws Of The Lost Dynasty, known in Japan as Suiko Enbu (水滸演武?), is a 1995 fighting arcade game developed and published by Data East. It was one of the first games developed for Sega's ST-V arcade board. For generations, people have believed in the Chinese myth known as the Dark Legend. It oc ... Read »


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    • Pac-Man Battle Royale

    • Pac-Man Battle Royale is the 17th arcade game in Pac-Man's series (11th official). It is made as part of Pac-Man's 30th Anniversary and developed by Namco Bandai Games. It was first released for the arcade in January 2011 and later ported to Pac-Man Museum for a digital release (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC) ... Read »


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    • Pac-Man Party

    • Pac-Man Party

      Pac-Man Party is a party game by Namco Bandai Games for the Wii and Nintendo 3DS and a replacement for the cancelled Pac-Man Carnival. It is similar to the Mario Party series and Monopoly games for the Wii. In the game's story mode, players must retrieve a stolen cookie recipe from Pac-Man's enemies Blinky, Pinky, Inky ... Read »


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    • Perquackey

    • Perquackey

      Perquackey is a word game played with dice, produced by Cardinal Industries, Inc. of Long Island City, New York. It was previously produced by Lakeside Toys, a division of Lakeside Industries, Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and originally by The Shreve Company of Los Angeles, California. It is similar to the 1956 game ... Read »


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    • Poker

    • Poker is a family of gambling card games, but is often considered a skill based game. All poker variants involve betting as an intrinsic part of play, and determine the winner of each hand according to the combinations of players' cards, at least some of which remain hidden until the end of the hand. Poker games vary i ... Read »


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    • Pop Cutie! Street Fashion Simulation

    • Pop Cutie! Street Fashion Simulation

      Pop Cutie! Street Fashion Simulation, known in Japan as That's QT, is a fashion design and business management simulation video game developed and published by Koei for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. In Pop Cutie!, the player is put in charge of a fashion boutique, and is required to design, and sell clo ... Read »


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    • Power Athlete

    • Power Athlete

      Power Athlete (パワーアスリート), known outside Japan for the Sega Genesis as Deadly Moves and for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as Power Moves, is a 1992 fighting video game developed by System Vision and published by Kaneko. It was first released for the Genesis in North Amer ... Read »


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    • Power Grid

    • An electrical grid is an interconnected network for delivering electricity from suppliers to consumers. It consists of generating stations that produce electrical power, high voltage transmission lines that carry power from distant sources to demand centers, and distribution lines that connect individual customers. Po ... Read »


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    • Primordial Soup (board game)

    • Primordial Soup

      Primordial Soup is a board game designed by Doris Matthäus & Frank Nestel and published by Z-Man Games. It was first published in 1997 in Germany by Doris & Frank under the name Ursuppe and this original version won 2nd prize in the 1998 Deutscher Spiele Preis. Each player guides a species of primitive amoeba d ... Read »


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    • Project Stealth

    • Project Stealth

      Project Stealth is an upcoming stealth multiplayer video game. The game's design is inspired by the multiplayer component found in the Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell games of Pandora Tomorrow and Chaos Theory. Project Stealth has received several awards and recognition while under development from several gaming mod-based ... Read »


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    • Puerto Rico (board game)

    • Puerto Rico

      Puerto Rico is a German-style board game designed by Andreas Seyfarth, and published in 2002 by Alea in German, by Rio Grande Games in English, by Grow in Brazilian Portuguese, and by Κάισσα in Greek. Players assume the roles of colonial governors on the island of Puerto Rico during the age of Caribbe ... Read »


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    • Pusoy dos

    • Pusoy dos (or Filipino poker, also known as chikicha or sikitcha), a variation of big two, is a popular type of "shedding" card game with origins in the Philippines. The object of the game is to be the first to discard one's hand by playing them to the table. If one cannot be first to play all cards, then the aim is to ... Read »


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    • Puzzlage

    • Puzzlage is a tabletop word search game that utilizes jigsaw puzzle pieces and a spinner. Players create a word search puzzle by arranging lettered jigsaw puzzle pieces around a spinner. After spinning the spinner on their turn, they must point out a word using one of the letters the spinner lands on to stay in the ga ... Read »


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    • Rakugakids

    • Rakugakids

      Rakugakids (らくがきっず, Rakugakizzu?) is a 2.5D fighting video game created by Konami for the Nintendo 64, released in 1998. The name Rakugakids is a portmanteau of the Japanese word rakugaki (meaning "doodle"), and the English word "kids", a reflection of the visual style of the game which re ... Read »


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    • Richman (series)

    • Richman (Chinese: 大富翁; pinyin: Dà Fùwēng; literally: "Big Tycoon") is a series of computer board games created and published by Softstar Entertainment from Taiwan. Similarly to the Monopoly board game, players must gain the most wealth and/or bankrupt other players as they traverse in a gam ... Read »


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    • Riot City

    • Riot City

      Riot City (ライオットシティ) is a 1991 2D beat 'em up arcade game developed by Westone and published by Sega. The plot begins when narcotics agents Paul and Bobby are committed to putting an end to the drug syndicate known as "MID". MID's secret hideout is located on Riot Island, an ... Read »


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    • Risk (game)

    • Risk

      Risk is a strategy board game of diplomacy, conflict and conquest for two to six players. The standard version is played on a board depicting a political map of the Earth, divided into forty-two territories, which are grouped into six continents. Turn rotates among players who control armies of playing pieces with whic ... Read »


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    • Robo Pit

    • Robo Pit

      Robo Pit (ロボピット?) is a robot fighting game released in 1996 for PlayStation and Sega Saturn. The game was developed by Altron and published by Kokopeli Digital Studios outside Japan. A sequel, Robo Pit 2, was released in Japan on PlayStation in 1997. It was also released in Europe and North Ame ... Read »


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    • Sature

    • Sature is a mobile platform video game by game development team S.S. 64 Games. Sature is a board game of color. The game always pits one player playing against another (or against a computer). Your objective is to darken and dull out your opponent's colors and end the game with the brighter overall colors. Each pl ... Read »


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    • Schmeiser Robo

    • Schmeiser Robo

      Schmeiser Robo (シュマイザーロボ?) is a 1993 fighting arcade game developed and published by HOT・B. It is HOT・B's only attempt in the fighting game genre after the success and craze of Capcom's Street Fighter II, which inspired other companies to enter the genre as well. S ... Read »


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    • Scrabble

    • Scrabble

      Scrabble is a word game in which two to four players score points by placing tiles, each bearing a single letter, onto a gameboard which is divided into a 15×15 grid of squares. The tiles must form words which, in crossword fashion, flow left to right in rows or downwards in columns. The words must be defined in a s ... Read »


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    • Catan

    • Settlers of Catan

      The Settlers of Catan, sometimes shortened to Catan, is a multiplayer board game designed by Klaus Teuber and first published in 1995 in Germany by Franckh-Kosmos Verlag (Kosmos) as Die Siedler von Catan. Players assume the roles of settlers, each attempting to build and develop holdings while trading and acquiring res ... Read »


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    • Shadowfist

    • Shadowfist

      Shadowfist was created by Robin Laws and Jose Garcia. It was released in 1995 as a collectible card game (CCG), but was shifted to a fixed distribution of cards as of 2013. It shares the same background as the Feng Shui role-playing game, also by Laws and Garcia and released the following year. Shadowfist is a mul ... Read »


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    • Shanghai Kid

    • Shanghai Kid, sometimes titled The Shanghai Kid, and known in Japan as Hokuha Syourin HiryÅ« no Ken (北派少林 飛龍の拳, lit. "North Faction Shaolin - Fist of the Flying Dragon"?), is a 1985 arcade fighting game developed by Nihon Game (now Culture Brain) and published by Taiyo System. ... Read »


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    • Superior Soldiers

    • Superior Soldiers

      Superior Soldiers, known in Japan as Perfect Soldiers (パーフェクトソルジャーズ?), is a 1993 fighting arcade game developed and published by Irem. It was created during the fighting game trend of the 1990s that began with Capcom's Street Fighter II. Several graphic design ... Read »


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    • Survival Arts

    • Survival Arts

      Survival Arts (サバイバルアーツ?, Sabaibaru Ātsu) is a 1993 fighting arcade game developed by Scarab and published by Sammy. It uses digitized images of real actors with blood and gore, similar to Midway's arcade hit Mortal Kombat. Ports for the Super NES and Sega Genesis were announ ... Read »


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    • Sverok

    • Sverok – Spelhobbyförbundet (The Swedish Gaming Federation) is a Swedish nationwide umbrella organization for gaming clubs. Sverok is one of Sweden's largest youth organizations and have 80 000 members in 1200 clubs all across the country. Member clubs vary in size from five to tens of thousands. The vast ... Read »


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    • Take The Test board game

    • Take the Test

      Take the Test is an educational game in the format of a board game in which progress is determined by a player's knowledge of The Highway Code. The game was published in 1967 by British toy and game manufacturer Peter Pan Playthings Ltd, produced in collaboration with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. ... Read »


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    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Melee

    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Melee

      TMNT: Mutant Melee (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Melee in PAL territories) is a 2005 fighting video game developed by Konami. It is based on the 2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series. Most of the characters from the series are playable in this game, including the protagonist four Turtles and Splinter, April ... Read »


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    • Titanfall: Frontline

    • Titanfall: Frontline

      Titanfall: Frontline was a card battle video game developed by Particle City for Android and iOS devices, as part of the Titanfall franchise. Unlike other prominent collectible card games in the genre, which are played in turns, Titanfall: Frontline is played in real-time. The player collects and places Pilot, Tit ... Read »


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    • Tobal 2

    • Tobal 2

      Tobal 2 (トバル2, Tobaru 2?) is a 3D fighting video game developed by Dream Factory and released by Square in Japan in 1997. It is the sequel to Tobal No. 1. Unlike the latter, Tobal 2 was not released in North America or PAL territories. The game was re-released in 2007 under Square Enix's "Legendary Hits" ... Read »


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    • Tobal No. 1

    • Tobal No. 1

      Tobal No. 1 (トバル ナンバーワン, Tobaru Nanbā Wan?) is a fighting video game for the PlayStation developed by DreamFactory and published by Square in 1996. The game was DreamFactory's first release, as well as Square's first release on the CD-based console. Tobal No. 1 marks Squ ... Read »


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    • Tong-its

    • Tong-its is a 3 player rummy type of game that gained popularity in the 1990s in Luzon, the largest island of the Philippines. This game is played using the standard deck of 52 cards. Its origin remains unknown but the game rules and the very name can be associated with the American card game, Tonk, and also share its ... Read »


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    • Toshinden 4

    • Toshinden 4

      Toshinden 4 (Toshinden Subaru in Japan) is the fourth installment of the fighting game series Battle Arena Toshinden. Unlike previous installments, it only saw release in Japan and the PAL region. It was released a total of three times in Europe; it originally came out on June 30, 2000, and was re-released on The White ... Read »


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    • Trains and Stations

    • Trains and Stations is a train-themed board game that creates delivery routes and brings them to a dice platform. The game features real life aspects of the railroad business such as delivering, making money, developing real estate, exploiting monopolies, laying track and doing business with others. Trains and Station ... Read »


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    • Trajan (board game)

    • Trajan is a board game designed by Stefan Feld and first introduced in 2011 by German publisher Ammonit Spieleverlag. The game takes place in ancient Rome where players try to seize opportunities in business and politics to advance their personal status. ... Read »


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    • Trump: The Game

    • Trump: The Game

      Trump: The Game is a board game named after American businessman and President Donald Trump. Milton Bradley Company initially released the game in 1989, although it sold poorly, with only 800,000 copies sold out of an expected two million. Following the success of Trump's 2004 reality television series, The Apprentice, ... Read »


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    • Violence Fight

    • Violence Fight

      Violence Fight (バイオレンスファイト?), is a 1989 fighting arcade game developed and published by Taito. Violence Fight was later included in Taito Memories Vol. 2 for the PlayStation 2, and Taito Legends 2 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Windows. Violence Fight was also followe ... Read »


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    • Warrior (arcade game)

    • Warrior (arcade game)

      Warrior is a 1979 arcade fighting game. It is considered one of the first fighting games, excepting several boxing games such as Heavyweight Champ, released in 1976, and Atari's unreleased Boxer (which was cloned as 1980's Boxing for the Atari 2600). Developed by Tim Skelly while working at Cinematronics, it was relea ... Read »


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    • Wide World

    • Wide World

      Wide World is a board game published by Parker Brothers, a subsidiary of Hasbro. The players are dealt a number of Destination cards. When a destination is visited then the player takes two Product cards, which are either worth 1 or 2 points. The player who visits all his destinations first then returns home is awarded ... Read »


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    • Wings.io

    • Wings.io is a 2015 action game developed by Wingsio. Users play as a plane and try to kill other planes in order to get up to the top of the leaderboard. The game is similar to Agar.io and Slither.io. Players play as a small fighter plane which follows the mouse, flying around a limited 2D space over water. Player ... Read »


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    • WordSpot

    • WordSpot is a fast-paced word search game designed by Russell Ginns and published by Front Porch Classics. Players use transparent tokens to highlight words found on a board of wooden letter tiles. The goal is to use up all your tokens. ... Read »


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    • Worms 3

    • Worms 3

      Worms 3 is an artillery tactical game in the Worms universe developed and published by Team17 for the IOS on August 8, 2013, and released for Android devices on May 28, 2014 via the Play Store. Story mode consists of twenty seven single player missions across four themes: Beach, Spooky, Farmyard and Sewer. Gamepl ... Read »


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    • Worms Battlegrounds

    • Worms Battlegrounds

      Worms Battlegrounds is an artillery strategy video game developed and published by Team17. It was released on 30 May 2014 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and is largely a console port of the PC game Worms Clan Wars. Set within a world history museum, the single-player story follows the player's worms attempt to ret ... Read »


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    • Worms W.M.D

    • Worms W.M.D

      Worms W.M.D is an artillery strategy game in the Worms series, released on 23 August 2016. It features gameplay style closer to Worms Armageddon than subsequent installments, while adding new features that range from interactive vehicles such as tanks, to buildings that the worms can enter for protection. The subtitle ... Read »


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    • Xeno (video game)

    • Xeno is a 1986 video game for the ZX Spectrum in which players take turns attempting to knock a ball between two goal posts. ... Read »


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