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Dance Dance Revolution Freedom

Dance Dance Revolution Freedom

Platforms: Apple IOS

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution Freedom was a rhythm game by Konami originally made available for the iOS, as part of the company's Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. The game was made available via Apple's App Store only in North America on February 11, 2011. The game is the second one in its series to be made available for the platform. It has since been pulled from the App Store for reasons unknown, but one factor may have been the poor syncing in the song's charts and the notoriety …

Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick

Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Playmates Interactive

Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick is a point-and-click adventure video game developed by the Illusions Gaming Company and published by Playmates Interactive, based on the American television series, Duckman. In the game, Duckman has been usurped by a similar-looking impersonator, whom the real Duckman must expose.

Deep Sleep

Deep Sleep

Publishers: Scriptwelder

Deep Sleep is a series of point-and-click adventure games, created by Polish indie developer Scriptwelder. The series consists of three free browser games in which the player attempts to navigate and eventually escape a dream world inhabited by shadow people. The first game, Deep Sleep, was designed for and won first place in the 2012 Jay Is Games Casual Gameplay Design Competition.

DJMax Portable Black Square

DJMax Portable Black Square

Platforms: PSP

DJMax Portable Black Square (Korean: 디제이맥스 포터블 블랙 스퀘어, dijeimaegseu poteobeul beullaeg seukweeo; abbr.: DMP:BS) is a music game for the PlayStation Portable developed by South Korean developer Pentavision released on December 24, 2008. This is the fourth major game of the DJMax series released for the PSP. The game includes various enhancements and new features built on from DJMax Portable 2 and DJMax Portable Clazziquai Edition. The original aim was to launch the game in November, however due t…

Dyad

Dyad

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Linux,Apple OSX,PlayStation 3

Publishers: Right Square Bracket Left Square Bracket

Experience a mind-bending, psychedelic sensory overload when Dyad hits the PC on April 24th! Blast through a reactive audio-visual tube creating a harmonious synthesis of color and sound as you hook, graze, and lance enemies to master Dyad's 27 unique levels. Dyad was released last year for the PlayStation 3 where it was the second highest rated PS3 Exclusive of 2012 on Metacritic. Embark on an interactive transformative journey thorugh Dyad's Game Mode campaign to prepare yourself for Trophy Mo…

Don't Shit Your Pants

Don't Shit Your Pants

Publishers: Cellar Door Games

Don't Shit Your Pants is a browser-based text adventure game created by Canadian developers Teddy and Kenny "Rete" Lee for Cellar Door Games. The objective of the game is to use a text prompt to prevent a man standing beside a closed door from defecating inappropriately. It was the first title released by the Lee brothers, receiving positive critical reception.

Dance Aerobics

Dance Aerobics

Platforms: Nintendo Nes

Publishers: Nintendo,'NA'Bandai,'JP'

Dance Aerobics, released in Japan as Aerobics Studio (エアロビスタジオ, Earobi Sutajio), is a music video game published in February 1987 by Bandai as the third game in Bandai's Family Trainer series. It was designed for use with NES' 3x4 dance mat, the Power Pad, making it similar to the rhythm game genre - a genre that would later explode into the mainstream gaming market at the tail end of the 1990s. Dance Aerobics was published in Japan by Bandai and in North America by Nintendo.

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

Publishers: Konami

DDRMAX Dance Dance Revolution 6thMix is the 6th game in the Dance Dance Revolution series of music video games. It was released in the arcades by Konami on October 19, 2001 and for the PlayStation 2 on May 16, 2002 in Japan. 6thMix contains a total of 42 songs, all which made their first arcade appearance on this release. 11 of these songs were previewed in various console releases prior to 6thMix.

DJMax Portable 2

DJMax Portable 2

Platforms: PSP

Publishers: Pentavision

DJMax Portable 2 (DJMAX Portable 2, DMP2; Korean: 디제이맥스 포터블 2) is a music video game published and developed by Pentavision, for the PlayStation Portable which was released on March 30, 2007. This is the second installment of the DJMax Portable series. While the first installment, DJMax Portable, never reached distribution outside of South Korea until the release of DMPi, DJMax Portable 2 was released in Japan along with English packaging and manuals.

DJMax Portable 3

DJMax Portable 3

Platforms: PSP

DJMax Portable 3 (Korean: 디제이맥스 포터블 3; abbr.: DMP3) is a music game for the PlayStation Portable published and developed by Pentavision in South Korea, and is a sequel to the earlier DJMax Portable games. DJMax Portable 3 was announced shortly after DJMax Technika 2 was announced. The official trailers from PM Studios and Pentavision quickly followed. It is the seventh installment of the game for the PlayStation Portable, and regarded as the actual sequel to DJMax Portable 2 since Clazziquai and…

Dropchord

Dropchord

Platforms: Microsoft Windows,Apple OSX,Android,Apple IOS

Publishers: Double Fine Production

Dropchord is a motion controlled music-based puzzle video game for Windows and OS X using the Leap Motion controller. It was developed and published by Double Fine Productions and financed by Dracogen. The game was one of the first games released on Leap Motion's Airspace app store, when it went live on July 22, 2013. It was also released for Ouya on July 31, 2013, and on Android and iOS on August 1, 2013.

DropMix

DropMix

Platforms: Android,Apple IOS

Publishers: Hasbro

DropMix is a music mixing game developed by Harmonix and published by Hasbro. The game uses a mix of physical cards with chips embedded with near field communication, a specialized electronic game board with NFC and Bluetooth capabilities, and a companion application for mobile devices (iOS or Android) that communicates with the board via Bluetooth. By playing a card, representing a specific song, atop a proper board space, the board will detect its NFC code and relay that to the app, which will…

Doremikko

Doremikko

Publishers: Konami

Doremikko (ドレミッコ) is a music video game developed by Konami for the Family Computer Disk System, and published in 1987.The software's retail package included a musical keyboard-like input device for playing and composing music with various synthesized instruments. The 36-key keyboard comprises three-octaves. The game's title alludes to the first three solfège syllables, do, re, and mi.

Dancing Stage Fusion

Dancing Stage Fusion

Platforms: PlayStation 2,Arcade

Publishers: Konami

Dancing Stage Fusion is a music video game released by Konami for the European PlayStation and PlayStation 2 on 5 November 2004. In April of the following year, Dancing Stage Fusion was released as an arcade game. The arcade version of Dancing Stage Fusion was the first arcade machine in Europe since Dancing Stage EuroMix 2 and set a milestone as the first Dance Dance Revolution arcade machine produced by Konami since Dance Dance Revolution Extreme in 2002. The arcade release marked a total game…

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party

Platforms: Wii

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party (ダンスダンスレボリューションホッテストパーティー, Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Hottesuto Pātī), known as Dancing Stage Hottest Party in the European and Oceanic regions, is a video game released by Konami in 2007 and 2008 to several countries for the Wii console. Konami took the game beyond the traditional setup of Dance Dance Revolution by incorporating the Wii Remote and the standard dance pad into a full body motion game. It has two sequels, Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2 and…

Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection

Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection

Platforms: PlayStation 2

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection (ダンスダンスレボリューションパーティーコレクション, Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Pātī Korekushon) is a music video game that is part of the Dance Dance Revolution and Bemani series. It is developed and produced by Konami and was released in Japan only on December 11, 2003 for the PlayStation 2 video game console. It does not have an arcade counterpart.

Darby the Dragon

Darby the Dragon

Platforms: Apple Mac,Microsoft Windows

Publishers: Brøderbund

Darby the Dragon is a children's PC video game developed by Capitol Multimedia, Inc., published by Brøderbund and released in 1996 for both Macintosh and Windows computers.

Dance on Broadway

Dance on Broadway

Platforms: Wii,PlayStation 3

Publishers: Ubisoft

Dance on Broadway is a 2010 rhythm game for the Wii and PlayStation 3. Published by Ubisoft - creators of the Just Dance video game franchise - Dance on Broadway is similarly a dance-based music game but with songs taken from stage musicals rather than popular music. In addition, it is part of the Just Dance franchise.

Dance Dance Revolution II

Dance Dance Revolution II

Platforms: Wii

Publishers: Konami

Dance Dance Revolution II, later released in Europe as Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 5, is a music video game in the Dance Dance Revolution series by Konami. It was released on October 11, 2011 for the Nintendo Wii in North America and on November 24, 2011 in Europe. Dance Dance Revolution II is the direct sequel to Dance Dance Revolution for the Wii. This game shares songs with the arcade version of Dance Dance Revolution X3 vs 2ndMix. It features characters from the arcade versions of D…

DJMax Technika

DJMax Technika

Platforms: Arcade

Publishers: Pentavision

DJMax Technika (Korean: 디제이맥스 테크니카; abbr.: DMT) is an arcade music game published and developed by Pentavision in South Korea. This was the first game announced as part of the DJMax METRO PROJECT. An international version of the game was released in North America by PM Studios. A sequel to the game, DJMax Technika 2, was announced on March 4, 2010. DJMax Technika Tune is an adaptation of the game for the PlayStation Vita. DJMax Technika Q for the iOS and Android platforms was announced on Septem…