This is a list of volleyball video games. Notably, unlike many other prominent sports which have video games endorsed by their governing bodies, the FIVB or any national confederations have yet to license a volleyball title.
- Joshi Volleyball (1986), Arcade; Taito Corporation
- Spiker (1986), Arcade; Bally/Sente
- Hypaball (1986), ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64; Odin Computer Graphics
- Arcade Volleyball (1988), MS-DOS; COMPUTE!
- Kings of the Beach (1988), NES, MS-DOS, Commodore 64; Electronic Arts
- Super Volleyball (1989), Arcade, Genesis/Mega Drive, TurboGrafx 16/PC Engine; V-System Co.
- Super Spike V'Ball (1990), NES; Technos
- Power Spikes (1991), Arcade; Video System Co.
- Sanrio Cup: Pon Pon Volley (1992), NES; Charactersoft
- Dig & Spike Volleyball (1993), SNES; Hudson Soft, Tonkin House
- Power Spike II (1994), Arcade; Video System Co.
- Hyper V-Ball (1994), SNES; McO'River, Video System
- Multi Play Volleyball (1994), SNES; Pack-in-Video
- World Beach Volley (1995), Arcade; Playmark
- World Cup Volley '95 (1995), Arcade; Data East Corporation
- Inazuma Serve da!! Super Beach Volley (1995), SNES; Virgin Interactive Entertainment
- Beach Festival World Championship 1997 (1997), Arcade; Comad
- Winning Spike (1997), Arcade; Konami
- Klonoa Beach Volleyball (2002), PlayStation; Namco
- Waku Waku Volley (1998), PlayStation; (2003), PlayStation 2
- Beach Spikers (2002), Arcade / GameCube; Sega
- Outlaw Volleyball (2003), Xbox; (2005), PlayStation 2; Simon & Schuster Interactive
- Summer Heat Beach Volleyball (2003), PlayStation 2; Acclaim Entertainment
- Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball (2003), Xbox; Tecmo
- Dead or Alive Xtreme 2 (2006), Xbox 360; Tecmo
- Boomerang Sports Vôlei (2009), Zeebo; Tectoy
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