Naruto-Arena is a turn based strategy game where your team of three ninjas is pitted against another player's team of three ninjas with the goal of reducing your opposition to 0 health points and winning the match.
A game based off the manga/anime of Bleach. The engine is the same as Naruto-Arena uses but things such as classes, wordings, effects and others are different to match Bleach over Naruto of course.
NinjaManager is set in the shinobi world of the Naruto manga and anime series. Manage a team of ninjas while exploring a troubled ninja world and leveling your ninjas against other players!
A game based on Dragon Ball that lets you create a warrior , train, and prepare for combat with fighters from around the world. You can serch for the dragon balls or to invoke the great dragon when you collect the 7 spheres!
A brand new iOS and browser-based game based on the popular anime series "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood". Fullmetal Battle is a fast-paced, turn based group RPG that will capture longtime fans of the series and newcomers alike.
It's your chance to team up with friends in exhilarating combat, show off your collection in our interactive world, collect thousands of items and explore awesome environments based on over 70 years of Marvel comics and movies.
A free-to-play, browser-based, 3D multiplayer game launching in open beta later this year. Set in a 3D virtual Quahog, Family Guy Online lets players interact with the actual Family Guy characters – from the Griffins to Greased-Up Deaf Guy.
A game set in the universe of the popular anime Neon Genesis Evangelion. The storyline concerns the aftermath of a huge meteor strike that has killed half the population in 2015.
Pixie Hollow is based on the Disney Fairies franchise. The basic version of the game is free to play online. The website is based partly on the Disney fairy books written by Gail Carson Levine.
A 2004 Italian animated television series aimed toward girls between the ages of five and twelve and has spawned an international franchise of toys, books, clothing, DVDs, as well as two CGI feature films.