n. what no game addict wants to read or hear, but inevitable on every game. Immortalised in the film Aliens, Game over man! Game over
Game Over was a short-lived UPN series produced by Carsy-Werner.
Game over is the ending text of many video games. Notably used in pinball machines and later arcade games, it has since been adopted widely and is now commonly associated with video games in general.
Game Over is a 'shoot-em-up' computer game developed by Spanish software company Dinamic Software and published by Imagine Software in 1987 for various home computer platforms. It later spawned two sequels. The title is a reference to the common video game terminology, game over.
This should not be confused with Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over or the short-lived animated TV series Game Over or various books on the video game industry named Game Over somewhere in their title.
Game Over is an album by Nuclear Assault released in 1986.
"Game Over" is an episode of Yu Yu Hakusho. It is the 83rd episode of the show.
Game Over: How Nintendo Zapped an American Industry, Captured Your Dollars, and Enslaved Your Children is a non-fiction book written by David Sheff and published by Random House, New York in 1993. Vintage Press published a paperback edition in 1994. The book was also published in the United Kingdom, Japan, China, France, Israel, and other countries.