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Dolucky no Puzzle Tour '94 Alternative Titles: ドラッキーのパズルツアー'94

Dolucky no Puzzle Tour '94 is a puzzle game featuring Zoom Inc.'s mascot character Dolucky the cat. It was released for the Super Famicom in 1994 and would be the last ever game featuring Dolucky. The game is a mix of Bust-a-Move and Tetris, where the goal is to fire...

Dolucky no A. League Soccer Alternative Titles: ドラッキーのAりーぐさっかー

The Wild Bears have issued a challenge, and the whole town is down with soccer. Neco Dolucky isn't about to lay in the sun and sit this one out. He assembles his friends and enters his team, The Red Hot Doluckies, to challenge all on-comers to a heated battle.

Dolucky no Kusayakiu Alternative Titles: ドラッキーの草やきう

Neco Dolucky is a cool cat from New York City. He enjoys soul music and dancing, and loves nothing more than a cool, refreshing Coca Cola Classic. One day he and his other animal friends were bored, so they decided to start a baseball league. One can assume their sponsor...

Shin Togenkyo Alternative Titles: Shichuusui Meigaku Nyuumon: Shin Tougenkyou, 四柱推命学入門 真桃源郷

Shin Togenkyo is a game from that offers players advice and fortune telling by taking some personal details and divining various predictions from that input. The game is heavily reliant on Japanese script, and offers little in the way of visuals besides the occasional icon used to represent the player's...

Dragon's Earth Alternative Titles: ドラゴンズ・アース

Dragon's Earth is a strategy game in which the player controls and directs armed villagers and wandering creatures in pursuit of special items that increase the player's power base. The player must liberate these special items from enemy territory while increasing their own territory and cautiously protecting the items they've...

Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8 Alternative Titles: Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game, 平和 パーラー!ミニ8 パチンコ実機シミュレーションゲーム

Heiwa Parlor! Mini 8: Pachinko Jikki Simulation Game is a pachinko game developed and published by Telenet Japan for the Super Famicom platform. This eighth game in the series is endorsed by and features the machines of the Heiwa Corporation, which are more closely associated to the Heiwa Pachinko World...

Heiwa Pachinko World 3 Alternative Titles: 平和 パチンコワールド3

Heiwa Pachinko World 3 is a pachinko gambling game for the Super Famicom and the third of Shouei System's Heiwa Pachinko World games for the system. Like its predecessors, it features virtual approximation of real-life pachinko machines manufactured by the Heiwa Corporation. Players can train for the real thing by...

Heiwa Pachinko World 2 Alternative Titles: 平和 パチンコワールド2

Heiwa World Pachinko 2 is a pachinko simulator that features four machines produced by Heiwa Corporation, for which the game is named. The goal of the game is to figure out how the machines tick and win big, both on the virtual versions and their real-life doppelgangers. The game is...

Heiwa Pachinko World Alternative Titles: 平和 パチンコワールド

Heiwa Pachinko World is a pachinko simulator that highlights and tutorializes the machines put out by Heiwa Corporation, a professional manufacturer of pachinko machines. A number of pachinko simulators of this era were designed to help professional gamblers to understand and exploit the real-life equivalent machines for better payouts, learning...

Captain Tsubasa J: The Way to World Youth Alternative Titles: キャプテン翼J ザ ウェイ トゥ ワールドユース

A 1995 Japan-exclusive Captain Tsubasa video game developed by BEC and published by Bandai. It was the final Captain Tsubasa game for the Super Famicom. This game suffered lots of changes from previous games made by Tecmo, this time you will be playing in a real soccer field and in...

Captain Tsubasa III: Koutei no Chousen Alternative Titles: キャプテン翼III —皇帝の挑戦—

Captain Tsubasa III: Koutei no Chousen is a soccer RPG based on the Captain Tsubasa manga and anime. It is the third game in the series, and the first for the Super Nintendo. As was the case with its forebears, Koutei no Chousen uses a semi-turn-based RPG format in which...

EMIT Vol. 3: Watashi ni Sayonara o Alternative Titles: エミット Vol.3 私にさよならを

Emit is a visual novel divided into 3 parts which was made to help Japanese people study English. The game can be played both in English or Japanese with the ability to listen to the audio and/or read the transcript in both languages. There are 2 modes to play the...

EMIT Vol. 2: Inochigake no Tabi Alternative Titles: エミット Vol.2 命がけの旅

EMIT Vol. 2: Inochigake no Tabi is the second game in the EMIT trilogy for various systems. It continues the plot from the first game, building on its events regarding the schoolgirl Yuri and a time-travelling mystery she works to uncover. As with the first game, the game offers both...

EMIT Vol. 1: Toki no Maigo Alternative Titles: エミット Vol.1 時の迷子

EMIT Vol. 1: Toki no Maigo is the first in a trilogy of adventure games about a young girl, Yuri, who bumps into a strange old man looking for a watchmaker's one day and eventually gets caught up in a time-travelling situation. The game is novel for its use of...

Gamera: Gyaos Gekimetsu Sakusen Alternative Titles: Gamera: Operation Destroy Gyaos, ガメラ ギャオス撃滅作戦

Gamera: Gyaos Gekimetsu Sakusen is a kaiju strategy game for the Super Famicom featuring the Daiei Film characters Gamera, a giant turtle with flame breath, and Gyaos, a giant pteradon that frequently uses sonic attacks. The two are frequent rivals, with Gamera often having to protect Japan from Gyaos's destructive...

Super Family Circuit Alternative Titles: スーパーファミリーサーキット

A variable racing game focused on open-wheel/Formula One racing using a top-down perspective. There's rally and stock cars available as well an the game includes numerous pieces of comic art that displays various scenes of the racing world.

Bike Daisuki! Hashiriya Tamashii - Rider's Spirits Alternative Titles: バイク大好き!走り屋魂

Bike Daisuki! Hashiriya Tamashii: Rider's Spirits is an arcade minibike racer very alike to Super Mario Kart, that uses the same game engine and utilizes similar gameplay. There are five courses and four modes to race in: Grand Prix, Chicken Run, Time Trial, Endurance. Player can choose from 8 playable...

Zan III Spirits Alternative Titles: 斬III スピリッツ

A strategy sim from Wolf Team based on Japan's Sengoku era and the third in their Zan Spirits series. Zan III Spirits is the third game in Wolf Team's series of warring states era-set strategy war sims. While similar to Koei's Nobunaga's Ambition series in many ways, the Zan games...

Zan II Spirits Alternative Titles: 斬II スピリッツ

A war simulator set in the Sengoku era of Japanese history. The first Super Famicom game in Wolf Team's series of strategy sims set in historical Japan. It was eventually followed up with a sequel, Zan III: Spirits. As with its thematically-similar contemporaries, like Shingen the Ruler or Nobunaga's Ambition,...

Yume Meikyuu: Kigurumi Daibouken Alternative Titles: どりいむめいず 夢迷宮 きぐるみ大冒険

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken is a wacky and cute dungeon crawler published by Hector. The game tells the story of a boy who dreams of the mysterious kingdom of Enderia every night. There, he constantly lives exciting adventures and this time he is on a quest to save this world...

Zakuro no Aji Alternative Titles: ざくろの味

Zakuro no Aji is a visual novel from Imagineer and adopts the then-popular presentation of using text on static backgrounds with the use of sound effects and music to create atmosphere. The game's story concerns a five-story office block that suddenly sinks into the ground after a major earthquake. The...

Mahjong Club Alternative Titles: 麻雀倶楽部

Mahjong Club is a mahjong game developed by Natsu System and published by Hect (or Hector). It was originally released on the Super Famicom in 1994 and later ported with enhancements to the Sony PlayStation in 1998. The PlayStation version was released a second time as part of a budget...

Asahi Shinbun Rensai: Katou Hifumi Kudan Shogi Shingiryuu Alternative Titles: 朝日新聞連載 加藤一二三九段将棋 心技流

Asahi Shimbun Rensai Katou Hifumi Kudan Shogi Shingiryuu is a 1995 shogi game for the Super Famicom. The game features two endorsements: The first is from the Japanese national newspaper Asahi Shimbun, which helped produce the game as part of their multimedia "rensai" or "series", and the second is from...

Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club Alternative Titles: 本格派対局将棋 将棋倶楽部

Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club is a shogi game for the Super Famicom. The developer/publisher team of Natsu System and Hect previously developed Mahjong Club in 1994; this game is its shogi equivalent. The player has a limited number of customization options for one-on-one shogi games with the CPU. The...

Shin Shogi Club Alternative Titles: 新・将棋倶楽部

The follow-up to Natsu System and Hect's previous shogi game, Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club. The game includes additional features and is more of an improved remake of the original. Players still take on CPU opponents of varying difficulties with a suite of customization options.

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