The Best Gaming Console For Girls

The Best Gaming Console For Girls

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This Page Is All About Sega CD Games For Girls

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page Is All About Sega CD Games For Girls

9.) Sega CD – My favorite game series, Lunar, started here and was later remade for PSOne and PSP. Working Designs released a lot of other great JRPGs on this console including Vay, Popful Mail, and other publishers released awesome games too like Willy Beamish, Shining Force CD, and others. Here’s a list of some Sega CD games for girls.

Lunar: Eternal Blue

(ルナ エターナルブルー, Lunar: Eternal Blue Runa Etānaru Burū) is a role-playing video game developed by Game Arts and Studio Alex for the Sega CD as the sequel to Lunar: The Silver Star . The game was originally released in December 1994 in Japan, and later in North America in September 1995 by Working Designs.

Wirehead (video game)

Wirehead is an interactive movie developed by the Code Monkeys for the Sega CD, and published by Sega and MGM Interactive in 1995. Wirehead was one of the last games released for the Sega CD, and one of the platform’s most ambitious full-motion video productions.

Dungeon Explorer (1995 video game)

Dungeon Explorer is an action role-playing video game co-developed by Hudson Soft and Westone and published by Sega in North America on May 1995 exclusively for the Sega CD and later in Europe by Hudson Soft on the same year.

Fahrenheit (1995 video game)

Fahrenheit is a full motion video game published by Sega and developed by Sega Studios for release on the Sega CD and Sega 32X CD in 1995. Developed primarily as a 32X CD title, it also saw a release on the Sega CD, where it was the same game, but with downgraded video quality.

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Snatcher (video game)

Snatcher is a cyberpunk graphic adventure game developed and published by Konami. It was written and designed by Hideo Kojima and first released in 1988 for the PC-8801 and MSX2 in Japan. Snatcher is set in a future East Asian metropolis where humanoid robots dubbed “Snatchers” have been discovered killing humans and replacing them in society.

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep

Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep , also released as Dungeon Master II: Skullkeep , is the sequel to the dungeon crawler role-playing video game Dungeon Master . It was released in 1993 in Japan and in 1995 in other countries. It is available for DOS, Amiga, Macintosh, Sega CD, PC-9801, PC-9821, and FM Towns.

Panic! (video game)

Panic! (known as SWITCH in Japan) is a puzzle point and click video game developed by Sega and Office I and published by Sega in Japan and Data East USA in North America for the Sega CD, in collaboration with the Theatrical Group WAHAHA Hompo.

Heimdall (video game)

Heimdall is an action role-playing game developed by The 8th Day, published by Core Design, and released in 1991 for MS-DOS, Amiga and Atari ST in 1991, with a console version created for the Sega Mega-CD in early 1994.

Vay (video game)

Vay , released in Japan as Vay: Ryuusei no Yoroi , is a 1993 role-playing video game for the Sega CD. It was developed by Hertz, published by SIMS in Japan, and localized by Working Designs for the United States. In 2008 it was rereleased for the iPhone by SoMoGa, Inc.

Mansion of Hidden Souls

(夢見館の物語, Mansion of Hidden Souls , also called Tale of the Dream Mansion Yumemi Yakata no Monogatari) in Japan, is a point and click adventure video game released for the Sega CD, developed by System Sacom and published by Sega in Japan and by Vic Tokai in the United States.

Dragon’s Lair (1983 video game)

Dragon’s Lair is an interactive film LaserDisc video game developed by Advanced Microcomputer Systems and published by Cinematronics in 1983, as the first game in the Dragon’s Lair series. In the game, the protagonist Dirk the Daring is a knight attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe who has locked the princess in the foul wizard Mordroc’s castle.

Shining Force CD

Shining Force CD (シャイニングフォースCD) is a 1994 strategy role-playing game developed by Sonic! Software Planning for the Sega CD, and a remake of the games Shining Force Gaiden and Shining Force Gaiden II that were originally for the Game Gear. The gameplay mechanics are identical to those of the Shining Force Gaiden games.

Space Ace

Space Ace North American arcade flyer Developer(s) Advanced Microcomputer Systems Publisher(s) Cinematronics Digital Leisure (current) Designer(s) Don Bluth Composer(s) George Villiers (SNES) [1] Platform(s) Arcade, Amiga, Apple IIGS, 3DO, CD-i, Jaguar CD, Macintosh, MS-DOS, Atari ST, Sega CD, DVD Player, Blu-ray, Wii, DSiWare, iOS, PlayStation 3, Android, Steam, SNES, Switch Release April 29, 1984 Genre(s) Interactive movie Mode(s) Up to 2 players, alternating turns Cabinet Upright Display Horizontal orientation, Raster, standard resolution Space Ace is a LaserDisc video game produced by Bluth Group, Cinematronics and Advanced Microcomputer Systems (later renamed RDI Video Systems).

Who Shot Johnny Rock?

Who Shot Johnny Rock? is a live-action full motion video laserdisc video game produced by American Laser Games and released in the arcade in 1991, as well as for MS-DOS, Sega CD, 3DO and CD-i in or around 1994. As part of a series of similar-styled games released by the company, Who Shot Johnny Rock?

Eye of the Beholder (video game)

Eye of the Beholder is a role-playing video game for personal computers and video game consoles developed by Westwood Associates. It was published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. in 1991 for the MS-DOS operating system and later ported to the Amiga, the Sega CD and the SNES.

Eye of the Beholder (video game)

Eye of the Beholder is a role-playing video game for personal computers and video game consoles developed by Westwood Associates. It was published by Strategic Simulations, Inc. in 1991 for the MS-DOS operating system and later ported to the Amiga, the Sega CD and the SNES.

Jurassic Park (Sega CD video game)

Jurassic Park is a 1994 point-and-click adventure game developed and published by Sega for the Sega CD (also known as the Mega-CD). The video game is based on the 1993 film of the same name, and includes elements from Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel, which the film is based upon.

Dune (video game)

Dune is a 1992 adventure strategy video game, based upon Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel of the same name. It was developed by Cryo Interactive and published by Virgin Games. Dune blends adventure with economic and military strategy.

Lunar: The Silver Star

(ルナ ザ・シルバースター, Lunar: The Silver Star Runa Za Shirubā Sutā) is a role-playing video game developed by Game Arts and Studio Alex for the Sega/Mega-CD, originally published by Game Arts and released in Japan in 1992. After a successful release, the game was translated and localized by Working Designs for release in North America the following year.

The Secret of Monkey Island

The Secret of Monkey Island is a 1990 point-and-click graphic adventure game developed and published by Lucasfilm Games. It takes place in a fictional version of the Caribbean during the age of piracy. The player assumes the role of Guybrush Threepwood, a young man who dreams of becoming a pirate and explores fictional islands while solving puzzles.

Time Gal

Time Gal Developer(s) Taito Toei Company Publisher(s) Taito Toei Company Designer(s) Hidehiro Fujiwara Hiroaki Sato Toshiyuki Nishimura Programmer(s) Takashi Kuriyama Artist(s) Tetsuo Imazawa Hiroshi Wagatsuma Composer(s) Yoshio Imamura Platform(s) Amiga CD32, Arcade, MSX, Sega CD, Macintosh, LaserActive, PlayStation, Saturn, iOS, Android Release Arcade MSX Sega CD JP: November 13, 1992

Rise of the Dragon

Rise of the Dragon is a graphic adventure game released in 1990 for DOS and Macintosh, and later remade for the Sega CD (1993) as well as the Amiga. It was one of the few adventure game titles developed by Dynamix, a company that was better known as an action and flight simulator game developer.

Flashback (1992 video game)

Flashback Developer(s) Publisher(s) Designer(s) Paul Cuisset Composer(s) Platform(s) Amiga, Acorn Archimedes, Mega Drive/Genesis, MS-DOS, NEC PC-9801, Super NES, Sega CD, FM Towns, 3DO, CD-i, Atari Jaguar, Mac OS, iPhone OS, Symbian, Maemo, Dreamcast, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 Release 1992March 1995 (CD-i)[1] Genre(s) Cinematic platformer Mode(s) Single-player Flashback , released as Flashback: The Quest for Identity in the United States, is a 1992 science fiction cinematic platform game developed by Delphine Software of France and published by U.S.

The Adventures of Willy Beamish

The Adventures of Willy Beamish is a graphic adventure game developed by Dynamix and published in 1991 by Sierra On-Line. The player takes on the role of nine-year-old Willy Beamish in a game that somewhat parodies the adventure genre.

Double Switch (video game)

Double Switch is an adventure interactive movie video game originally released for Sega CD, Sega Saturn and Microsoft Windows and later remastered for mobile, Steam, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The game was produced by Digital Pictures and had a similar “trap-em-up” format to Space Panic , Heiankyo Alien , and their earlier game, .

Night Trap

Night Trap is an interactive movie video game developed by Digital Pictures and originally released by Sega for the Sega CD in 1992. The game is presented primarily through the use of full motion video (FMV).

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