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Beat Head

Beat Head

1993  Single player  2-player  
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Beat Head - Wikipedia Beat Head is a prototype platform arcade game unreleased by Atari Games. Jump on the tiles that match your color or that have your color and your opponent's color. Jump on enough to fill your spaces before your opponent fills his. Game play is very m ...   more on Wikipedia

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Comic Party

Comic Party

1999  Eroge - Sega Dreamcast Microsoft Windows PlayStation Portable
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Comic Party - Wikipedia Comic Party (こみっくパーティー, Komikku Pātī?), sometimes abbreviated to ComiPa, is a romantic adventure and dating sim video game by the Japanese game studio Leaf. It was first released on May 28, 1999 for ...   more on Wikipedia
TotemBall

TotemBall

2006  Action - Xbox 360 - multiplayer  Single player  
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TotemBall - Wikipedia Totemball is an Xbox Live Arcade musical action game developed by Freeverse Software/Strange Flavour and published by Microsoft Game Studios. It takes advantage of the Xbox Live Vision Camera with the camera tracking the players hand movements. It wa ...   more on Wikipedia
Moekan

Moekan

2003  Visual novelEroge - Sega Dreamcast Microsoft Windows Sony PlayStation 2
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Moekan - Wikipedia Moekan (モエかん?) is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by KeroQ. It was released for Windows PCs on January 31, 2003, and later ported to the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2 platforms by PrincessSoft. The story follows Takahiro Kan ...   more on Wikipedia