The inaugural installment of Something Good (later ASCII Something Good and i4)'s shōgi series.
Royal Pro Wrestling: Jikkyou Live!! is a wrestling game released on the 3DO only in Japan.
Exclusive 3DO Strategy RPG only released in South Korea in 1996.
An Japanese-exclusive adventure game for the 3DO based on the anime of the same name.
Role-playing game where you play as a chef.
An obscure Japanese sci-fi first-person adventure game by Human. Set in a dystopian future, players control a police officer sent to investigate crime using a s...
The fifth numbered Super Real Mahjong title.
A Keroppi game released in Japan for 3DO and FM-Towns.
Neo Organic Bioform is a Japan-only game released by Sanyo on the 3DO.
An FMV dungeon crawler with adventure game elements developed by Humming Bird Soft for the 3DO and the second entry in the Ghost Hunter series.
An enhanced update to T&E Soft's earlier "Wicked 18" game, featuring high-definition graphics, an updated user interface (including a new Swing Gauge), and ...
A strategy game for 3DO which was released only in Japan.
A time traveling murder mystery set in Chicago. Despite appearances, there is no connection to the classic film. The title, cover art and menu screen were cha...
A 3DO soccer sim from Tecmo.
3DO entry in the Tokimeki Mahjong series.
A football game designed specifically for the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.
The second in a series of erotic arcade strip-mahjong games by Video System, using an anime-style hand-drawn art style instead of digitized photos of real peopl...
Adult-themed rock paper scissor game.
Counting fun with the Sesame Street gang.
A Korean-exclusive 2D fighting game for the 3DO and MS-DOS computers, from the studio behind the arcade game Fight Fever.
A board game simulation game for the Super Famicom. It features modes for shogi, mahjong, gomoku and reversi.
A 3DO exclusive flight combat game.
A teaching simulation game developed by Headroom for a variety of Japanese computers and consoles.
A one-on-one fighter for the 3DO, based on the anime of the same name.
An educational game written and narrated by actress Shelley Duvall
The third part in a series of adventure games developed under Koei's "English Dream" label. Yuri continues to dig deeper into where the mysterious old man and t...
The second part in a series of adventure games developed under Koei's "English Dream" label. Yuri continues to unlock the secrets of the tunnel in the bookstore...
The first part in a series of adventure games developed under Koei's "English Dream" label, a collection of games used to help teach the English language.
Jurassic Park comes to the 3DO as a minigame collection.
Triad Stone is an interactive, anime movie with gameplay similar to that of Dragon's Lair. The game was re-released a year later under the title, Strahl.
Released in 1994 for the 3DO.
A 3D0 FMV Point 'N Click adventure game starring Tracy Scoogins who is in charge to put the evil away in New York City.
A 3DO game where players must defend Earth from an alien race.
An exercise game for the 3DO. Players use the controllers and dance along with a video.
A gambling sim on the 3DO
A mahjong game released for the Super Famicom, Sharp X68000, 3DO, Turbo CD, PC-98, FM Towns and Windows.
Winning Post is the first title in a long running series of horse racing simulation games. It was developed by Koei and first released for the X68000 in Japan o...
A Japan-exclusive golf game and the sequel to Masters: Harukanaru Augusta 2, using the game engine found in the updated 3DO versions of the True Golf Classics /...
The fourth of Success's arcade entries of the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games. Along with classic Shanghai, this game features three additional game ...
Real Pinball is a virtual pinball game for the 3DO.
Battle Pinball is a Japanese pinball game for the 3DO.
In 1995 Domark attempted the monumental task of porting a fully-featured flight simulator onto the 3DO. The fruit of their labors resulted in Flying Nightmares,...
Maximum Surge is a cancelled FMV that was to be released on the Sega Saturn, 3DO, PC, and Mac.
C.P.U. Bach is an interactive music-generating program designed by Sid Meier and Jeff Briggs for the 3DO.
An early survival horror game released by Riverhillsoft for the 3DO in 1994. It was the first fully 3D survival horror game, featured an early cel-shaded art st...
A comedy game for the 3DO. Features live voiceovers by Dennis Miller.
WARP's final game for the 3DO was a collection of nine minigames. Only 10,000 copies were printed, each numbered and stamped by Kenji Eno himself.
Oyaji Hunter Mahjong is a 3DO game developed and published by Warp. Players take the role of Oyaji Hunter, a superhero who protects the women of Japan from hara...
A Minigame collection for the 3DO.
A falling-tile puzzle game for the 3DO and PlayStation, from Warp.
A sumo-inspired vehicular fighting game from WARP, released for the 3DO.
A Doraemon adventure game for 3DO.
A revamped version of the strip mahjong game Bishoujo Janshi Suchie-Pai, changing the scenario while adding full nudity.
A Japanese interactive movie game that emulates Dragon's Lair in both gameplay and use of hand-drawn animation. Also known as Triad Stone on the Pioneer LaserA...
Strategy game developed by SharRock in 1996.
One out of five launch titles for the 3DO. This is a "House" simulator for the 3DO. It was the first 3D simulation/adventure game.
A tactical fighter game based on the manga and anime of the same name about a juvenile delinquent turned ghost detective. This particular YuYu Hakusho game was ...
A game that consists of the player watching videos of women stripping. The player can hack things to gain credit to then pay them to remove more.
Retail add-on pack for Return Fire on the 3DO that consisted of 100 missions.
Slam n Jam '95 is a first-person perspective basketball game on the 3D0
Icebreaker is about destroying pyramids.
3-D boxing game with Muhammad Ali.
First-person space shooter.
A strategy game developed by Koei in 1992 and the fifth game in their Nobunaga no Yabou, or Nobunaga's Ambition, series.
Mahjong game developed by Chat Noir in 1994. It is themed around the Chinese novel Journey to the West and was released on multiple systems.
Naval strategy game developed in 1995 that sees an alternate version of World War 2.
Shogi software developed by Yoshikazu Kakinoki that was released on various systems in 1995. Later saw many sequels for mobile devices.
J.B. Harold: Blue Chicago Blues
An adaptation of the TV quiz show where two families compete for cash prizes. These versions were all published by GameTek and developed by various developers b...
An action RPG developed by Strategic Designs for the 3DO. Based in the Dungeons & Dragons universe.
A 3D Atlas for the 3DO. Released by Electronic Arts.
An interactive almanac game released for the 3DO. Developed by The Software Toolworks.
Sex is a game for the 3DO. Three guesses what it's about.
An enhanced update to the golf simulation game of the same name, featuring new higher-definition graphics, an updated user interface (including a new Swing Gaug...
An association football (soccer) game based around the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
A dark cyberpunk point-and-click adventure that will take you to the depths of Hell.
Captain Quazar is a humorous third-person isometric shooter for the 3DO and later for the PC.
Battle Chess brings each piece to life by adding comical animations to them.
Manage your money as you attempt to attract visitors to your theme park, full of living breathing Dinosaurs! Monitor your employee's, attendance levels, and di...
A controversial horror-themed FMV adventure game starring semi-famous actress Dana Plato. As an operative of a special task force, players have to use a hacked ...
DeathKeep is a first person action adventure title set in a non-specific Dungeons and Dragons setting.
Players fight for their survival in a gritty future where nothing matters but speed, destruction, and survival.
Serve up some Kilrathi and scrambled eggs in this star-studded FMV space flight simulator from Origin!
The first game in the futuristic action-adventure series "Cyberia" released on consoles in 1996.
PO'ed is a first-person shooter originally released on the 3DO in 1995, then ported to the Playstation the following year. The game featured a heavy emphasis on...
A first-person role-playing shooter set in a virtual reality world where it's kill or be killed.
A comedic first-person shooter for the 3DO and PC.
FMV-based game, originally released as a laserdisc light-gun shooter for arcades in 1991. It was ported to many home systems at the height of the FMV fad.
As the new deputy in town it's up to you to stop Mad Dog McCree and his band of outlaws. One of the first light gun games to come over to the PC.
A critically acclaimed "cinematic platformer" in which players control an unassuming young scientist trapped on an alien planet.
Step into the shoes of a DEA agent tasked with eliminating an evil South African drug cartel in this light-gun shooting sequel to Crime Patrol.
Investigate the body and defeat a deadly virus in Microcosm. Developed and published by Psygnosis for the PC, Sega/Mega CD, 3DO and Amiga CD 32. It was publishe...
Team up with Mike Ditka and quarterback your team to victory in this FMV game from Digital Pictures.
BC Racers is a racing game featuring characters from Core Design's other game, Chuck Rock.
Blade Force was developed in house by The 3DO company as a showcase for 3d engine fidelity and performance in semi open world environments. For the time of its...