A handheld installment of the Side Pocket series of pocket billiards games, bringing one-on-one 9-Ball action to the WonderSwan. It is notable for being one of ...
A WonderSwan role-playing based on the Senkaiden Hōshin Engi anime.
Banpresto developed this version of the popular computer game for WonderSwan in 2000.
Military strategy simulation on WonderSwan, and an entry in a long-running series about feudal China.
Pro Mahjong Kiwame's entry on the WonderSwan.
A sequel to Gunpey starring the San-X mascot Tarepanda.
Not only the last game in the Trump Collection series, but the last one ever released by Bottom Up.
Bottom Up's playing card game comes to WonderSwan.
Pro mahjong for Wonderswan.
A mahjong game for WonderSwan.
The second Detective Conan developed by Bandai for the Wonder Swan
The first Detective Conan game developed by Bandai for the Wonder Swan
The Sankyo Fever series' sole WonderSwan entry.
A modified port of the Digimon virtual pet for WonderSwan.
A fishing game released by Bandai for the WonderSwan.
Chaos Gear: Michibi Kareshi Mono is a strategy game for the WonderSwan.
A Moero!! Pro Yakyuu game for WonderSwan
A teaching simulation game developed by Headroom for a variety of Japanese computers and consoles.
Hunter X Hunter: Ishi o Tsugomono is a Wonderswan RPG set in the Hunter X Hunter universe.
Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling: Toukon Retsuden is the first Toukon Retsuden entry in the Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling series.
One Piece: Mezase Kaizokuou! is an early release in the One Piece video game series based on the popular manga about fun-loving pirates.
The Wonderswan entry of the Magical Drop series culls facets from previous entries.
Terrors is a horror text adventure game developed by Megas.
Ganso Jajamaru-kun is an enhanced remake of the original Jajamaru-kun game
A portable spin-off to the Langrisser strategy RPG series.
An entry in the Ghosts 'n Goblins series which borrows liberally from previous entries to craft a new adventure.
Rainbow Islands sequel starring a girl named Putty instead of Bub and Bob.
Goraku Ou Tango! is a Japanese puzzle game for the Game Boy Color and WonderSwan.
The first in a series of arcade-style electric train simulators by Taito, featuring a unique arcade control panel that gives the illusion of driving actual trai...
A puzzle game that’s about numbers. The aim is to have as many lines around a number as that number is (two lines on two sides of "2") and connect the beginn...
A simple puzzle game. Pick groups of blocks to make then disappear. The game also can use the WonderWave accessory to send/receive data.
Ring Infinity is a horror themed text-adventure game based on the Ring film and novel series.
A Cardcaptor Sakura adventure game for Wonderswan.
A portable card game entry in the Tokyo Maijin Gakuen franchise released for WonderSwan and later the Gameboy Advance.
Simulation game developed by NEC Avenue in 1993.
The first Final Lap racing game to be developed for a hand-held.
Move tree limbs to keep creatures safe in this WonderSwan puzzle game.
Jennifer Simpson and her friends Laura, Ann and Lotte are orphans and have just been adopted by a man named Mr. Barrows. The girls begin the move into Mr. Barro...
Seeing a Japanese only release in 1997, Tekken Card Challenge is an unconventional card-based Tekken video game released for the WonderSwan. It uses the charact...
The first game in the Medarot/Medabots series. In this collect-em-all RPG, the player builds robots using four body parts and a "Medal" and then pit them agains...
A simulation game. Players assume the role of an Anaheim Electronics test pilot as they utilize various Mobile Suits from Gundam's One Year War era.
A monster trainer-esque RPG that features the Haro from Mobile Suit Gundam. Haro's main gimmick in this game is the ability to imitate robots from several anime...
An action game from Bandai.
A food-centered strategy game from Banpresto.
The only WonderSwan game developed by Konami, consist of 11 songs, including an special song. Similar to some pocket games of the same franchise, it wasn't deve...
A strategy game from Sammy Studios
A strategy game from Sammy Studios
An RPG based on Tatsunoko's Time Bokan anime franchise.
A sim featuring Square's mascot released on the WonderSwan in Japan only.
Nonogram/picross puzzle game developed by Sunsoft in 1995. The first in a series of picross games that features Ochan, their cat character.
A Wonderswan rhythm game featuring dance group wuz↑b?
A Japan only WonderSwan game starring Mega Man in a fight with a shadow version of himself leading an evil group of robots known as the Dimensions.
The first Super Robot Wars for the Wonderswan. This is the only Super Robot Wars thus far to not feature any Banpresto Original heroes or villains.
Super Robot Wars Compact 2 is yet another entry into the SRW franchise. Part 3 is the final chapter, as Londo Bell and the Cyber Beast Force unite to finish off...
Super Robot Wars Compact 2 is yet another entry in the SRW franchise. In Part 2, Excellen Browning and the Londo Bell forces fend off enemies in outer space.
Super Robot Wars Compact 2 is yet another entry into the long running SRW franchise. In Part 1, Kyosuke Nanbu and the Cyber Beast Force battle enemies on the Ea...
A handheld entry in the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games, released for the Game Boy and WonderSwan.
Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon loosely based on final fantasy characters follows around chocobo and friends into dungeon depths
The sequel to Taito's train-driving arcade game, featuring a new set of train routes and updated gameplay mechanics.
An aerial RPG fighter-pilot game with customizable aircrafts. Help repel an invasion, you hero, you.
Ghosts 'N Goblins is the first game in the Ghosts 'N Goblins series. It is widely recognized as being one of the hardest games of all time.
Go for it! Climb to the top of the building as a helicopter awaits! A precursor to the platformer genre, Crazy Climber was the first game revolving around climb...
Also known as Puzzle Bobble, Bust-A-Move is a puzzle spinoff of Bubble Bobble where players try to clear a board of colored bubbles by firing other bubbles at a...
The second game in Koei's Nobunaga's Ambition series of historical simulation-strategy games set in the warring states era of Japan, and the first to be release...
Originally designed by by industry legend Gunpei Yokoi prior to his death, Gunpey is a puzzle game and launch title for the WonderSwan where the goal is to rear...
A sequel to the original Bubble Bobble title from Taito, featuring the now human Bub and Bob. It incorporated the use of Rainbows as both a weapon to defeat ene...
An entry in the Art Truck Battle franchise developed for the Wonderswan.
A WonderSwan exclusive entry in the Digimon series.
Space Invaders, released in arcades by Taito in 1978, is one of the most influential and successful video games of all time, laying the foundations for most sho...
An interactive horror manga based on the Junji Ito manga "Uzumaki."
Puyo Puyo 2, also known as "Puyo Puyo Tsu", is the second game in the Puyo Puyo series of tile-matching games.
Choose between one of several warlords or create your own in the struggle to reunite China after the decaying collapse of the Han Dynasty.
A prequel to the first Klonoa game that sees the floppy-eared hero trying to retrieve the scattered pieces of the broken moon from a group of demented artists w...
A casual fighting game spin-off of the versus puzzle game Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, featuring super-deformed versions of numerous fighters from the Street ...
A strategy game for the Game Boy Color.