Game Gear

(1991 – 2000)

This is a list of all unique games that were released for Game Gear - around the world.

Game Details
5 In One Fun Pak (Beam Software, October 9, 1994)
The Addams Family (Arc Developments, October 9, 1994)
The Adventures of Batman & Robin (Novotrade, October 9, 1995)
Aerial Assault (Sims, October 9, 1992)
Alien 3 (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 9, 1994)
Andre Agassi Tennis (Spidersoft, October 9, 1994)
Arcade Classics (Al Baker and Associates, October 9, 1996)
Arch Rivals (Arc Developments, October 9, 1992)
Arena: Maze of Death (Eden Entertainment Software, October 9, 1996)
Asterix and the Great Rescue (Core Design Ltd., October 9, 1995)
Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe (Aspect, October 9, 1991)
Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II (Sega, October 9, 1992)
Baku Baku (Minato Giken, October 9, 1996)
Batman Forever (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 9, 1995)
Batman Returns (Aspect, October 9, 1992)
Batter Up (Namco, October 9, 1991)
Battleship (NGM Productions, October 9, 1993)
Battletoads (Arc System Works, October 9, 1993)
Beavis and Butt-head (NuFX, October 9, 1994)
The Berenstain Bears: Camping Adventure (Realtime Associates, October 9, 1994)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 9, 1993)
Bubble Bobble (Open Corp, October 9, 1994)
Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble (Probe Entertainment Limited, October 9, 1996)
Bust-A-Move (Santos, October 9, 1995)
Caesars Palace (Teeny Weeny Games, October 9, 1993)
Captain America and the Avengers (Realtime Associates, October 9, 1993)
Casino Funpak (Beam Software, October 9, 1995)
Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse (Sega, October 9, 1991)
Chakan (Sega, October 9, 1992)
Chase H.Q. (Taito Corporation, October 9, 1991)
Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales (Cryo Interactive, October 9, 1995)
The Chessmaster (NovaLogic, October 9, 1992)
Chicago Syndicate (Sega, October 9, 1995)
Choplifter III (Teeny Weeny Games, October 9, 1995)
Chuck Rock (Core Design Ltd., October 9, 1992)
Chuck Rock II: Son of Chuck (Core Design Ltd., October 9, 1993)
CJ Elephant Fugitive (Big Red Software, 1991)
Cliffhanger (Spidersoft, October 9, 1994)
Clutch Hitter (Sega, October 9, 1991)
Columns (Sega, October 9, 1991)
Cool Spot (Virgin Interactive, October 9, 1993)
Cosmic Spacehead (Supersonic Software, October 9, 1996)
Crystal Warriors (Sega, October 9, 1991)
Cutthroat Island (Software Creations, October 9, 1995)
Deep Duck Trouble (Aspect, October 9, 1993)
Defenders of Oasis (Sega, October 9, 1992)
Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf (Electronic Arts, October 9, 1994)
Devilish (Opera House, October 9, 1991)
Disney's Aladdin (Sims, October 9, 1994)
Game Gear was officially discontinued in 2000.
It does not, and will not, have any official upcoming games.
No releases can be found!

This is a list of all distinct game releases for Game Gear!
We define a distinct release as a release of a game that was created for a distinct commercial purpose by the publisher.
Things such as "Collector's Edition", "Player's Choice", "Demo Discs", etc, all have a distinct commerical purpose for why they were created and exist, so they are distinct releases, and are listed here.
Minor variations (e.g. print run differences, minor revisions, etc) of a release that share the same commercial purpose we do not consider "important" enough to be listed as a distinct release - we document minor variations too, but on the individual release page.