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Godzilla (ゴジラくん 怪獣大行進,   Gojira-kun: Kaijū Daikōshin?) was a game for the Nintendo Gameboy starring super-deformed versions of many famous monsters from the movies. It is a sequel to Gojira-kun, although this is not mentioned in the American and European releases of the game.


Japanese Version

Various monsters captured Godzilla's girlfriend, Bijira, and it is up to Godzilla to rescue her by travelling through a maze.

American Version

Evil monsters have kidnapped Minilla and hidden him in the maze known as Matrix. Godzilla sets out to make his way through Matrix and find his son.


Rather than being an action game, Godzilla is a puzzle title where Godzilla must climb up and down ladders trying to destroy all the boulders in each room before exits to other rooms will appear. Boulders can only be destroyed by punching them until they are in a position where another punch will not move them, whereupon they crumble.


  • Godzilla - The only playable character.
  • Bijira - Godzilla's love interest. Bijira appears in the final room of the game, where she has been placed after being kidnapped by the other monsters. Bijira only appears in the Japanese version of the game.
  • Rodan - Rodan can fly around the room unhindered by obstacles. He will still die if he touches spikes.
  • Anguirus - Runs around the room, and speeds up when he's on the same level as Godzilla.
  • Baragon
  • Mechagodzilla
  • Hedorah - Can be pushed backward by Godzilla's punches, but cannot be hurt by them. Can only be killed by falling rocks.
  • King Ghidorah - Appears when Godzilla takes too long to clear a room. King Ghidorah is invincible.
  • Minilla - Appears on the box art, in the instruction book and on the cartridge. He also appears in the final level in the U.S. version.


Godzilla video games
1980s Godzilla (Commodore 64)Godzilla and the MartiansGodzilla vs. 3 Giant MonstersFierce Dragon Godzilla: Metropolis Destruction!!Gojira-kunMonster's FairThe Movie Monster GameGodzilla: Monster of MonstersGodzilla (Commodore Plus/4)
1990s Godzilla (Gameboy)Godzilla 2: War of the MonstersBattle Soccer: Champion of the FieldGodzilla, King of the Monsters (Gameboy)Godzilla (PC-9801)Godzilla (Arcade)Super GodzillaGodzilla Wars Jr.Godzilla: Battle LegendsGodzilla: Great Monster BattleGodzilla: The Atomar NightmareGodzilla: Giant Monster MarchGodzilla: Heart-Pounding Monster Island!!Godzilla: Archipelago ShockGodzilla Movie Studio TourG-Patrol VR: Combat SimulatorGodzilla (Pinball)Godzilla: OnlineGodzilla: Trading BattleGodzilla GenerationsGodzilla Generations: Maximum ImpactGodzilla: The Series
2000s Godzilla: The Series - Monster WarsGodzilla: Destroy All Monsters MeleeGodzilla: Domination!Godzilla: Save the EarthCR Godzilla 3S-T BattleGodzilla: UnleashedGodzilla Unleashed: Double SmashGodzilla: Pachislot WarsGodzilla: Monster Mayhem (3D)Godzilla: Monster Mayhem (2D)
2010s CR Godzilla: Descent of the Destruction GodGodzilla On Monster IslandGodzilla 60thGodzilla: Smash3Godzilla: Strike ZoneGodzilla: Crisis DefenseMonster StrikeGodzilla (2014 video game)Godzilla: Kaiju CollectionCity Shrouded in ShadowShin Godzilla (PlayStation 4 VR Demo)
Gamera video games
1990s Gamera: Guardian of the UniverseGamera: Gyaos Destruction StrategyGamera: 2000
2000s CR GameraGamera: BattleMonster Gear
King Kong video games
1980s King Kong 2: Furious Megaton Punch
Miscellaneous titles
1990s Kaijuland BattlesThe Fall of Nemesis: Clash of the Kaijujin
Unreleased titles
1990s Rodan (NES)Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters
Board and card games
1970s PachimonGodzilla Game
1990s Godzilla (1998 board game)
2000s Godzilla: Kaiju World WarsGodzilla: Stomp!Battle Spirits