A platformer released for multiple retro computer systems and consoles.
A Game Gear game based on the the 1960's televised puppet show Hyokkori Hyoutanjima.
The sequel to Arc System Works and Sega's Game Gear mahjong title.
A Game Gear-exclusive mahjong game from Arc System Works and Sega.
A baseball game for the Game Gear that was only released in Japan.
Devilish is a dark fantasy block-breaking game for Game Gear.
More blackjack erogē on a postmarket cartridge.
A top-down racing game with monster trucks.
A game made to get a Japanese driver license.
A mahjong game for Game Gear, by Namco(t).
A port of Micro Cabin's Fray for the Game Gear that was advertised as a "Training Edition" of the game.
Jang Pung II is a Street Fighter clone for various Sega systems. A US Game Gear release called Street Battle was planned, but never made shelves.
Jurassic Park for Sega Genesis was developed by BlueSky and published by Sega in 1993.
Soccer game for Game Gear.
The second game in the Puzzle & Action series.
Buster Ball is an action game exclusively for the Sega Game Gear. It was only released in Japan
The second and final GG Portrait cartridge looks at the life of Pai Chan.
A cartridge for Game Gear which housed CG art of a super-deformed Akira Yuki.
A compilation of three Dizzy games for Game Gear.
An upgraded version of the Game Gear baseball title Gear Stadium (known as "Batter Up" in the US). Among other changes, it added Nippon Professional Baseball li...
A baseball simulator for Game Gear. In Japan, it is a spinoff of the Family Stadium series.
The first video game based on the Mahou Kishi Rayearth series.
Pop Breaker is a puzzle game for the Game Gear.
The fourth entry in Sega's Fantasy Zone franchise. Like other main titles in the series, it is a horizontal shoot 'em up game. It is known in Japan as Fantasy Z...
Arcade game released by Sega in 1987. It was the first arcade game to feature a touchpad, using positional sensor technology developed by Sega. A handheld versi...
A European exclusive compilation of two Sonic games on a single cartridge.
CJ the Elephant has been captured in a zoo and must escape.
Eternal Legend is a RPG for Sega Game Gear.
Dunk Kids is a Basketball game for Sega Game Gear.
Moldorian is a Role-Playing game for Sega Game Gear.
Magical Taluluto-kun is an action game released in Japan in 1991.
Griffin is a futuristic action game in which the player controls a tank.
An action game based on the 1990 movie of the same name. In this Sega version, Kevin can construct his own weapons from items found lying around the neighborhoo...
The second Game Gear entry in the YuYu Hakusho series is a turn based boxing/fighting game.
A brawler for the Game Gear based on the popular anime.
A Ninku spin-off staring Hiroyuki the farting penguin.
A TurboGrafx-16 and Genesis platformer based on the TaleSpin license. Unlike the Capcom NES/GB shoot 'em up, Baloo is on foot and looking for vital objects in d...
The first of two home system games based on the 1991 movie of the same name. Unlike the Arcade on-rails shooter and its ports, this LJN/Ocean home version is a ...
A poker game in the Poker Face Paul series.
A gin rummy game in the Poker Face Paul series.
A blackjack game in the Poker Face Paul series.
A solitaire game in the Poker Face Paul series.
A dodgeball game based on a serial manga. It was developed by SunSoft and published on various Japanese consoles.
Ninku 2: Tenkuryu e no Michi is the sequel to Ninku for Game Gear. It is more of a straight-up fighting game than its predecessor.
Ninku is a fighting game with role-playing elements, for the Game Gear. It is based on the manga of the same name.
World Series Baseball '95 is a Baseball game in the World Series Baseball franchise.
A Japanese strategy RPG developed by Sega for the Game Gear.
Popeye and his friends play volleyball. On a beach.
A collection of three classic Atari arcade games on one Sega cartridge.
Puzzle game collection featuring Mobo & Robo from Bonanza Bros.
A platformer based on the third season of Sailor Moon. Beat up daimon in a quest to collect the three talismans.
A Mahjong game based on a manga license, published by Asmik for the NES and MSX in Japan only.
The Super Dentetsu series leaves Game Boy and PC Engine behind (though it remains on Super Famicom) and migrates to a Sega system for the first time.
The sequel to the 1988 arcade version of the original Shanghai, featuring a new progression system where players attempt to clear six mahjong solitaire puzzles.
Better known as The GG Shinobi (the title displayed on the title screen and the Japanese box)
Released for the Arcade and Sega Game Gear.
5 In One Fun Pak is a board game collection for the Game Gear.
A Sports Illustrated themed game featuring isometric football with playcalling and a traditional baseball simulation.
A Game Gear Platformer based off the Kishin Douji Zenki Franchise.
Wagyan Land is a platforming game released only in Japan for the Nintendo Famicom on February 9, 1989 . The game was later ported to the Sega Game Gear on July ...
A block-pushing puzzle game where players must push large mahjong tiles in order to reach the stage's exit.
A Game Gear spin-off of the Lunar series.
A handheld entry in Sega's Columns series of falling-block puzzle games. Along with a new Versus mode, this game includes a unique gameplay mechanic where colum...
Aa Harimanada is a sumo wrestling game based on the anime of the same name and released only in Japan.
Mahou Kishi Rayearth 2: Making of Magic Knight is a Japanese only Game Gear game.
This was the 1994 version of the RBI Baseball Series.
Jerry's found a treasure map that Tom can't wait to get his hands on!
A Doraemon action game for Game Gear.
A Doraemon game for Game Gear.
Coca-Cola kid is a sidescroller starring the Coca-Cola Kid, the Coke mascot in Japan in the 1990's.
Super Off Road is an isometric off-road racer that featured upgradeable vehicles as well as tracks that could be raced in any direction.
A Japanese-exclusive spin-off of the Sonic the Hedgehog series featuring the twin-tailed fox Tails. While it's in the same platforming perspective, Tails now so...
Major League Baseball game for the Sega Game Gear.
Chicago Syndicate is a side-scrolling fighting game for the Game Gear starring Eternal Champion Larcen Tyler. The game takes place in an alternate reality of Et...
An arcade motorcycle racing game by Sega-AM2, featuring a more realistic circuit-based take on the genre (as compared to their earlier Hang-On games).
Superman game released for Sega systems by SunSoft. In Europe, the game was subtitled with "The Man of Steel".
The only Mega Man game to be released on the Game Gear, this game takes various aspects from previous Mega Man games and combines them in a single game.
The Ottifants is a 2D platformer released for the Sega Genesis, Master System and Game Gear in 1993. It was only released in Europe and Brasil.
Sega Game Gear version to Tempo (32x). One out of 3 games for this underrated franchise.
The second Game Gear-exclusive X-Men game. Play as Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, Gambit, Rogue, Bishop, Phoenix, and Cable.
An PAL region-exclusive fighting game for the Master System, later receiving a Japanese-exclusive release for the Game Gear. For both systems, it is the only fi...
The Genesis/Mega Drive version of the game is a fighting game similar to Street Fighter II. It had a single player story and a versus mode. The Game Gear releas...
A sports trivia game for the Game Gear. As you play a game of football you pick your plays and depending on the type of play are asked questions. Answer incorr...
Arena Maze of Death is an isometric action game for the SEGA Game Gear.
A Game Gear-only installment in the Ninja Gaiden series developed by Sega with license from Tecmo.
Sonic the Hedgehog's little buddy Tails stars in his second spin-off adventure on the Sega Game Gear, as he uses his flight and numerous items to navigate a sma...
Factory Panic, known as Ganbare Gorby! in Japan, is a puzzle game for the Game Gear in which a young boy alters factory outlets and outwits guards to provide th...
Surf Ninjas was created as a tie-on for the 1993 New Line Cinema movie of the same name. It features an evil military leader that seeks to kill the last heirs o...
A Sega Game Gear platformer starring Ronald, McDonald's spokesman. In Japan, it was called Donald no Magical World.
Sequel to Strider made by British developer U.S. Gold in 1990 under license from Capcom USA. Platforms include Sega Genesis, Game Gear and Master System.
Based on the movie of the same name, Sony Imagesoft produced this sidescroller for many different systems in the 8, 16, and 32 bit era.
A soccer simulator from SIMS that was branded with Tecmo and Tengen licensing in different releases.
A Japanese Godzilla game released for the Game Gear in 1995. It features 5 levels based on the Godzilla Toho monster movies.
Puzzle game for the Game Gear. Rescue the Princess by destorying blocks and manipulating the stages in as few moves as possible.
A fighting game tie-in to the live-action sci-fi superhero series of the same name, featuring an Americanized tokusatsu feel similar to the Mighty Morphin' Powe...
The first of Acclaim's NFL Quarterback Club football series. It was released in 1994.
Alien Syndrome is a cooperative, top-down, run & gun shooter with aliens developed by SEGA as an arcade game in 1987. Compared to other shooters at the time...
A 1995 video game based on a movie license that was released on the SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and Sega Game Gear by Bandai and three different developers. T...
The titular blue hedgehog's kart racing spin-off returns for another lap, with new racers and circuit types. It is also the only Sonic Drift game to receive an ...
A genre-defying tale of two toads' quest to rescue their kidnapped friends from the clenches of the Dark Queen. Where Frogger brought frogs to the forefront of ...