You know what animals are really underrepresented in arcade games? Bugs! Here’s a game about a hungry- Oh, that’s a snake, not a worm.
Why peacefully negotiate with space enemies when you can shoot lasers at them? And with multiple ships at once? Is it a fun experience?
A fishy scientist takes over Santa’s workshop, and only an infinitely stretching mudskipper can save the day! Is his adventure festive enough?
An anthropomorphic mudskipper and his friends host a sports collection with absurd objectives! Which events are worth fishing through?
How many lives does it take to make it through a demonic dungeon filled with treasures? Is the experience well-spent, or doomed to be cheap?
Move aside, Mario! Stanley the Gardener protects his flowers from the mischievous ape, but is the overall experience a buggy one?
Starring the awesomely named Bubbles, this game features sea urchins, black holes, and bizarre controls. But is it a sink… or a swim?
Expanding on the wackiness of its prequel, Bonk’s Revenge also addresses former limitations, but how different is this adventure?
What happens when you mix cheerful cavemen, wild transformations, and prehistoric zaniness into a side-scroller? You get Bonk’s Adventure!
Classic fables seem like perfect material for imaginative video games, but sometimes creativity alone isn’t enough for a fun experience.
Kangaroos are awesome, and many arcade games are fun to play, so what happens when you mix the two together on the Atari 2600?
A talking car and overall-wearing bear team up to present not one, not two, but fifteen games! But are any of them are worth playing?
Crystals are cool; they’re shiny and I like ‘em. Astal has a gorgeous art style themed around crystals, but is the gameplay also satisfying?
Houston, we may or may not have a problem. Is Galaxy Force II worth playing on the Sega Genesis, or is the game just worthless space rubble?
Ever wanted to know where the birds in Sonic 3D Blast came from? Flicky first introduced these feathered maniacs! But is the game fun?
Games based on film franchises tend to be average at best, but sometimes a pleasant surprise arrives in the form of racing dinosaurs.
With fast speeds, wacky obstacles, and a relaxing polar setting, Antarctic Adventure seeks to be a fun and simple game that’s designed to relieve stress. But is this game a festive classic, or instead just a chilling block of ice?