Nintendo DS port of the Oshare Majo Love & Berry's arcade game.
Based on the manga/anime series by the creator of Fullmetal Alchemist.
Based on the 2007 Saiyuuki film.
A Nintendo DS entry in a series of detective adventure games previously released for mobile phones.
The first Daisenryaku game for the Nintendo DS.
A Monopoly-esque game by Kojima.
A Dino King game for the DS.
A cooking game based on the Oishinbo manga series.
A cooking simulator game by Nintendo.
A cooking game endorsed by Marugoto Teikoku Hotel.
Based on the Sapporo TV cooking show.
A sweets cooking game by Koei.
Compilation of the Yasoukyoku titles for the DS.
A DS game made to celebrate the Culdcept's 10th anniversary.
Based on the Akai Ito cellphone novel.
A game about the Japanese professional baseball team Hanshin Tigers.
A game that came with the Limited Edition of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney.
A puzzle game published by Marvelous.
A game by Aruze based on 2 of the company's gambling machines.
An adventure game by Jorudan.
A cat petting simulator by Sega for the DS based on the Sega Toys' line of robotic cats.
An entrie of the Nakayoshi Cooking Series.
A game based on the Tomica Hero Rescue Force tokusatsu.
Hello Kitty's puzzle game for the DS.
A Sanrio game by From Software.
Takara Tomy's dating sim.
26 comedy horror themed minigames.
Find the mistakes of the scenes from the Keroro Gunsou anime.
A sequel of the first Keroro Gunsou game for the Nintendo DS.
A cross gen fashion game by Koei Tecmo.
An adventure game based on the Japanese TV drama of the same name.
Kung Fu themed kanji training game.
Kanji training game by Success.
A Japanese language quiz game based on the TBS' TV show of the same name.
An interrogation adventure game by Beyond Interactive and Success.
A game based on the Keshikasu-kun manga/anime series.
The Nintendo DS port of the Wantame Music Channel arcade game.
The first Wantame game for the Nintendo DS.
A Takara Tomy game about a court.
An anti smoking game by Takara Tomy.
A board game based on the Yakitate!! Japan manga/anime series.
An entrie of Morita Shogi series for the Nintendo DS.
A Japanese table game collection for the Nintendo DS with online multiplayer support, including six games: mahjong, go, daifuugou, reversi, hanafuda, and renju.
A cooking game based on the Kouchan no Kantan Ryouri Recipe blog.
The fourth game of the Toudou Ryuunosuke Tantei Nikki series.
A puzzle game by fonfun.
An educational software for obtaining a driving license.
A game based on the Aibou's TV series.
Take a role of a dog who became a new employee of the Inu Gaisha.
A golf game developed by Pawapuro Production released in 2011.
A Snoopy game by Square Enix.
Solve the mystery of this cursed hospital.
A Uta-garuta game by Nintendo.
The third and final game based on the Shugo Chara! series.
An entrie of Akogare Girls Collection series based on the Mister Donut fast food franchise.
A parent-child gymnastics training game by Dorasu.
An update of 1500DS Spirits Vol. 1: Mahjong released in 2009.
An update of 1500DS Spirits Vol. 2: Shogi released in 2009.
A golf training game by Microvision and Dimple Entertainment.
A strategy game by Tasuke and Papilion set in the Feudal Japan. 3 versions were made: Gunshiden, Moushouden and Shukunden.
The third and final collection of mini-games for the DS from Tasuke, adding Chess and a two-person variant of Mahjong.
A fortune-telling game by Nintendo for the DS.
The sequel to the Japanese mini-game collection Table Game Spirits, adding Slide Puzzle, Darts, Air Hockey, and Speed.
A high school baseball game by Tasuke.
A collection of 11 casual games by Tasuke for the Nintendo DS.
A McDonald's Japan training game.
A DS game based on the Net Ghost Pipopa anime.
A mahjong solitaire game with some gameplay mechanics from the Puzz Loop, Luxor, and Zuma series of puzzle games.
A handheld entry in the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games, developed by Kouyousha.
A Nintendo DS game which includes pedometers to help track steps.
A Sesame Street game that promotes healthy habits for children.
Another collection of 50 board, card, puzzle, and variety games for the DS.
Victorious Hollywood Arts Debut is a Nintendo DS game based on the Nickelodeon sitcom "Victorious". Players play as a student at Hollywood Arts, and befriend To...
The second Nishimura Kyōtarō game for Nintendo DS.
iCarly: Groovy Foodie is a puzzle game for the Nintendo DS. Players control Carly and Sam as they try to keep customers happy in this short, food-based game.
The handheld platformer based on the movie of the same name.
An adventure following 8 stories involving a bomb disposal squad.
Street racing / car salon simulator game.
Based on the Demashita! Powwrpuff Girls Z anime.
Based on TV Asahi's tv show Quiz Present Variety Q-Sama!!.
Based on Nippon TV's show Sekai no Hate Made Itte Q!
A jigsaw puzzle game featuring Seizou Watase's illustrations.
A Nintendo DS games that celebrates the 35th anniversary of Othello brand.
A Nintendo DS Mahjong game that features a Mega Drive stylized soundtrack and character design by Masayuki Katayama.
Nintendo DS replications of two video slot machines.
Two Dreamworks DS games on one cart.
Japanese exclusive cooking game featuring Winnie the Pooh characters.
Japanese exclusive Nintendo DS adaptation of the Korean MMO Red Stone.
First released as a Japanese exclusive Nintendo DS game, it got ports for the DSiWare and the 3DS Eshop (which were released in North America).
Make your own hidden object puzzles with the DSi camera.