Here’s a full list of all the games that have one or more pieces about them here on MoeGamer, or that will be covered very soon! Use your browser’s Find on this Page function to search for a specific title, or use the search bar on the top menu to search the whole site by keywords. Titles used here are European in most cases.
Each game’s Hub Page features a synopsis, game information and links to digital versions where available, as well as a gallery of screenshots and a gameplay video if I’ve recorded one.
198X - Retro games as art. ADK Damashii - Five Japanese Neo Geo games compiled for PS2 and PS4. Alisia Dragoon - Dragon-toting princess attempts to fix father's mess. Astebreed - Cinematic giant robot shoot 'em up. Bluemoonpark - Spooky visual novel from an independent creator. Blur - Powered-up racing from Bizarre Creations. Cameltry - Ball-rolling puzzler from Taito. Cardinal Sins - Spinoff of Judgement Silversword with varied challenges. Cave Story - Poster child for the Japanese indie scene. Chew Man Fu - Balls, balls, sweaty balls, balls, balls, balls. Coffee Talk - Pixel-art VN set in a Seattle populated by fantasy races. Columns - The most relaxing puzzle game ever. Crimson Tears - Spiritual successor to Ehrgeiz's action RPG mode. Cubixx - Qix, but cubic. Cubixx, you see. Dark Chambers - Dandy begat Gauntlet, then also begat Dark Chambers. Dead or School - Platform RPG inspired by a little-known futuristic manga.
Demon Gaze - Accessible dungeon crawler with a Vocaloid soundtrack. DEPA★PAKU - Famicom homage by artist ryokuchamichi. Detonator - Abstract spatial awareness puzzle themed around demolition. Dig Dig Mine - Another Famicom homage by artist ryokuchamichi. Dig Dug - Classic Namco "dirt and boulders" action. Doom - Knee-deep in the dead. Duolingo - Online language learning platform. Eledees - First-person physics puzzler from Konami. Eschatos - Judgement Silversword's spectacular successor. Evenicle - RPG from Rance creators Alicesoft and Senran Kagura artist Nan Yaegashi. Exploding Fist - One of the first ever fighting games, in its previously unreleased NES incarnation. Exzeal - Shoot 'em up sequel to Trizeal. Fairune - Puzzle adventure with an endearing 8-bit aesthetic. Fairune 2 - Considerably larger puzzle adventure with endearing 8-bit aesthetic. Fairune Blast - Shoot 'em up spinoff to Fairune, with Kamiko kameos. Fantasy Zone - Horizontal-scrolling "cute 'em up" classic from Sega. FireHawk - The Oliver Twins send you on a chopper mission. Flicky - Sega's attempt to rival Namco's Mappy. Flipnic - Pinball if money, physics and general practicality were no object. Formula 1 - Anything happens in Grand Prix racing, and it usually does! Formula 1 97 - Anything happens in Grand Prix racing, and it usually does! Fur Fighters - Exploration-centric collectathon shooter from Bizarre Creations. Galaga - Namco's classic bug-blaster. Galaga ’88 - Namco's classic bug blaster with a face-lift. Galaxian - Namco's "post-Invaders" shoot 'em up. Gal*Gun 2 - More happy lewd funtimes from Inti Creates. Gal*Gun VR - VR spinoff of Gal*Gun, made obsolete by Gal*Gun 2. Game & Wario - Wii U WarioWare, with plenty of GamePad action. Games & Girls - Visual novel featuring an anthropomorphic games console.
Girls’ Frontline - Mobile strategy RPG featuring personifications of military hardware. Gradius ReBirth - WiiWare-exclusive installment in Konami's shooter series. No longer available. Gravity Rush - Open-world action adventure inspired by Franco-Belgian comics. Gunbarich - Pinball meets Breakout in this Gunbird spinoff. Gunbird - The most '90s shooter there is. Gunbird 2 - Shoot 'em up classic from Psikyo. Gunpey - Line-drawing puzzler named after the father of the Game Boy. Hell Girls - Path-tracing puzzler with ecchi content. HuniePop - Foul-mouthed match-3 puzzler and dating sim. Ichidant-R - Competitive minigame action from Sega. Kamiko - Shinto-inspired hack and slash from Fairune's creator. Katawa Shoujo - An emotional exploration of the lives of people with disabilities. Kira Kira - Coming-of-age visual novel about a school music club. LAMUNATION! - Chaotic, baffling and hilarious visual novel. Log Jammers - Stand on log, throw axe. What could be simpler? Lumines - Synaesthetic colour-matching music-themed puzzler. Mad Rat Dead - Rhythmic platformer from the team behind Yomawari. Madoris R - A puzzle game about arranging rooms. Mappy - Namco play cat and mouse plus cops and robbers. Mario Bros. - Single-screen platform action with Mario and Luigi. Mario Tennis - Tennis meets RPG in this Game Boy Color curiosity. Memrise - Another online language learning platform. Mighty Gunvolt Burst - Mega Man-style retro homage game featuring Gunvolt, Gal*Gun and Mighty No. 9 characters. Mighty No. 9 - Controversial Kickstarter project from the man behind Mega Man. Minus Zero - Abstract "lock-on shooter" from Triangle Service. Monaco GP - Sega's 1979 arcade racer, reimagined for PlayStation 2. Muchi Muchi Pork - Pork up with this Cave classic by Battle Garegga's lead designer. Multidude - 30 puzzles, multiple dudes. Are you up to the challenge? Murasaki - A shoot 'em up/puzzle hybrid based on chain reactions. My Big Sister - Stranga Games' horror adventure about having a youkai as a sister. nail’d - Arcade racing with little regard for the laws of physics. Negligee - Short, erotic visual novel about coming to terms with one's sexuality. NES Remix - Controller-flinging, frustrating fun inspired by NES classics. Neverinth - A lesser site would describe this as "the Dark Souls roguelike". Not us. Nier - Taro Yoko's existential masterpiece.
Ninja Combat - Ranged combat beat 'em up that helped to launch the Neo Geo. Nintendo Land - Wii U pack-in game, showcasing the GamePad's possibilities. Nocturnal Illusion - Classic atmospheric visual novel with some seriously unusual happenings. Old Towers - Another great "modern retro" puzzler from RetroSouls. Omega Quintet - Idols save the world on a post-apocalyptic Earth. OMG Zombies! - Puzzle game about chain reactions. And zombies. One Way Heroics Plus - A much better version of the roguelike where the screen scrolls ever-onwards. Our World is Ended - Visual novel about virtual reality and living forever in the digital age. OutRun - Yu Suzuki's classic point-to-point racer. Ozma Wars - SNK's first game, and a twist on the fixed shooter formula. Pac-Man Vs. - Shigeru Miyamoto's asymmetrical multiplayer take on Pac-Man. Paradise Heights - Early, voyeuristic eroge about what the residents of an apartment block get up to. Party Girls - Simple Series brings you the Boob Olympics. Persona 5 - Disenfranchised teens fight back against society. Phantasy Star - First installment in Sega's classic sci-fi RPG series. Pikmin 3 - Nintendo's RTS classic comes to Wii U. Psyvariar - Graze those bullets in this classic shmup. Radio Helicopter - Simple Series takes to the skies. More boobs than you'd expect. Raiden V - Reinvention of the classic shoot 'em up series. Red Bow - Short-form horror adventure from Stranga Games. Saboteur! - Spectrum classic gets modern rerelease. School Days HQ - Fully animated interactive anime. Sekai project's debut. SeaBed - Yuri VN about life, love and loss. Shantae - Shantae debuts on Game Boy Color. Shinobi - Sega's classic ninj-em-up. The Simple Series - Diverse, creative and, frequently, gleefully stupid budget-price games.
Sky Odyssey - Non-violent flight sim with music by the Shadow of the Colossus composer. SkyPeace - Cheap and cheerful dodge 'em up for Nintendo systems. Solaris - The sequel to Star Raiders that isn't Star Raiders II. Splatoon 2 - Nintendo gets messy on a platform people bought. Star Ixiom - Namco's 1999 PlayStation follow-up to Star Luster. Super Painter - Another short-form puzzle-platformer from RetroSouls. Super Robin Hood - NES reimagining of the Oliver Twins' first commercially successful game. Supipara - minori's ambitious, unfinished visual novel series. Tanglewood - Kickstarter-funded modern day retro puzzle platformer. Tengai - Psikyo discovers boobs. The Brainies - A "people puzzle" featuring some of the most obnoxious characters ever. The Immortal - Yer a wizard, Harry. Not that it'll help much. The Last Story - Spectacular action RPG from Hironobu Sakaguchi and Mistwalker. Thunder Force II - Top-down and side-scrolling shooting in this Mega Drive classic. TimeSplitters - Spiritual successor to GoldenEye and Perfect Dark for PS2. Titan - Top-down puzzle adventure meets Breakout. Top Gear - Classic arcade racing from Gremlin and Kemco. Trails in the Sky - One of many games Falcom fans will never shut up about. With good reason. True Love - One of the first dating sims to be localised. TubeLive - Streamer sim from indie punks.
Vanguard - PLAYERS CAN BE ALLOWED TO START THE GAME FROM THE SAME ZONE WHICH IS AT THE POSITION OF GAME OVER IF PLAYER PL Warpman - Bomberman before Bomberman! Warriors Orochi 2 - Dynasty Warriors meets Samurai Warriors and figures from Chinese mythology. In Hell. Warriors Orochi 3 - Dynasty Warriors meets Samurai Warriors and several other Koei Tecmo franchises. In Hell. Whip! Whip! - Modern retro title inspired by Taito classics. Wii Music - Software toy built on solid music theory foundations. Wild Arms - Traditional RPG with Zelda-esque puzzles. World Wars - SNK shoot 'em up featuring Loop Lever action. X-Change - VN about turning into a girl. Quite rapey. Xeno Crisis - A 21st century game for the 16-bit Mega Drive. Xevious - The game that defined vertical scrollers. Yodanji - Roguelike inspired by Japanese mythology. Yoshi’s Island - The perfect game, apart from the presence of Baby Mario. Zangeki Warp - Gradius-style shooting with a cool teleportation mechanic.