- European and Australian PAL releases
- Asterix (Atari 2600) - Atari - 1983
- Obelix (video game) (Atari 2600) - Atari - 1983 (alternative version of Asterix)
- Asterix and the Magic Cauldron (Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC) - Melbourne House - 1986
- Asterix and the Magic Carpet (Commodore 64, Amiga 500, Atari ST, PC) - Coktel Vision - 1987
- Asterix Chez Rahàzade (Amstrad CPC) - Coktel Vision - 1988 (CPC version of Magic Carpet)
- Asterix: Operation Getafix (Amiga 500, Atari ST, PC) - Coktel Vision - 1989
- Asterix (Master System) - Sega - 1991
- Asterix in Morgenland (Commodore 64) - Bomico/Melbourne House - 1992
- Asterix (Arcade) (Arcade) - Konami - 1992
- Asterix (Game Boy, SNES, NES) - Bit Managers/Infogrames - 1993
- Asterix and the Secret Mission (Master System, Game Gear) - Sega - 1993
- Asterix and the Great Rescue (Mega Drive/Genesis, Master System, Game Gear) - Sega - 1993
- Asterix and the Power of the Gods (Mega Drive/Genesis) - Core Design/Sega - 1995
- Asterix: Caesar's Challenge (CD-i, PC) - Infogrames - 1995
- Asterix & Obelix (Game Boy, Super Nintendo, PC) - Bit Managers/Infogrames - 1995
- Asterix (PlayStation) - Infogrames - 1999
- Asterix & Obelix (Game Boy Color) - Bit Managers/Infogrames - 1999 (recolored port of Asterix & Obelix Game Boy version)
- Asterix: Search For Dogmatix (Game Boy Color) - Infogrames - 2000
- Asterix & Obelix Take on Caesar (PlayStation, PC) - Cryo Interactive - 2000
- Asterix: The Gallic War (PlayStation, PC) - Infogrames - 2000
- Asterix: Mega Madness (PlayStation, PC) - Infogrames - 2001
- Asterix & Obelix: Bash Them All (Game Boy Advance) - Bit Managers/Infogrames - 2002 (with port of Asterix and Obelix Super Nintendo version)
- Asterix & Obelix XXL (PlayStation 2, PC, GameCube, Game Boy Advance) - Atari - 2004
- Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum (PlayStation 2, PC) - Atari - 2005
- Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission: Wifix (Nintendo DS, PSP) - Atari - 2006 (port of Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum for PSP, and a total remake for Nintendo DS)
- Asterix at the Olympic Games (PlayStation 2, PC, Nintendo DS, Wii, Xbox 360) - Atari - 2007 (2008 for the Xbox 360 version)
- Asterix Brain Trainer (Nintendo DS) (Atari)
- Asterix: These Romans are Crazy! (Nintendo DS) (Ubisoft) (October 29, 2009)
Most of the games were only released in PAL format for Europe (and also Australia), because of the comic's acceptance in that region, opposed to the lower popularity in other regions.
- Some of the releases in other regions are
- Asterix (Atari 2600) - Atari - 1983 - North America - Released in North America as Taz, featuring the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes characters instead of Asterix characters.
- Asterix and the Magic Cauldron (Commodore 64) - Melbourne House - 1986 - North America
- Asterix in Morgenland (Commodore 64) - Bomico/Melbourne House - 1992 - North America
- Asterix and the Great Rescue (Mega Drive/Genesis - Sega - 1994 - North America
- Asterix and the Great Rescue (Master System) - Tec Toy - 1994 - Brazil
- Asterix and the Great Rescue (Game Gear)] - Sega - 1995 - North America
- Asterix and the Secret Mission (Master System) - Tec Toy - 1996 - Brazil - Released in Brazil as As Aventuras da TV Colosso, featuring Rede Globo's popular puppet characters instead of Asterix characters.
- Asterix & Obelix XXL (PlayStation 2) - Atari - 2004 - North America - Released in North America as Asterix & Obelix: Kick Buttix
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