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Katou Hifumi Kudan Shogi Club Alternative Titles: 加藤一二三 九段 将棋倶楽部

Katou Hifumi Kudan Shogi Club is a shogi video game adaptation developed and published by Hect for the Super Famicom platform. The game is named for Hifumi Katou, a prestigious professional shogi player, and the Kudan in the title refers to the ranking system used for shogi and other professional...

Zico Soccer Alternative Titles: ジーコ サッカー

A management video game that allows players to become the head coach of an international football team. It was supervised by the Brazilian former footballer Zico (also known as the White Pelé). The game was released five months before Zico ended his career as a professional footballer. The team he...

Shinseiki Odysselya II Alternative Titles: 神聖紀オデッセリアII

Shinseiki Odysselya II is a turn-based RPG for the Super Famicom and the follow-up to the 1993 SFC game Shinseiki Odysselya. A party of trainee heroes are forced to take up arms when invaders arrive in their town. The game borrows a lot from Mediterranean history and mythology, with countries...

Shinseiki Odysselya Alternative Titles: 神聖紀オデッセリア

A traditional turn-based RPG, with the first-person combat view made popular by Dragon Quest and the earlier RPGs like Wizardry that inspired it. The protagonist is an amnesiac human woman that is rescued by a friendly dragonman during the game's intro. Shinseiki Odysselya was intended to be released in the...

Yume Maboroshi no Gotoku Alternative Titles: 夢幻の如く

Yume Maboroshi no Gotoku is an RPG set in a version of Sengoku era Japan. It otherwise plays like a standard JRPG, with a turn-based system that uses large enemy sprites in the center of the screen a la Phantasy Star or Dragon Quest. The game was one of two...

Yadamon: Wonderland Dream Alternative Titles: ヤダモン ワンダランドドリーム

Yadamon: Wonderland Dreams is a point and click adventure game developed by Sting Entertainment exclusively for the Super Famicom. The player, as the young witch Yadamon, her human friend Jean and her guardian fairy Timon, must navigate a series of screens to solve puzzles and reach the conclusion of the...

Libble Rabble Alternative Titles: リブルラブル

Libble Rabble resembles Qix in that it consists of a series of single-screen stages where the goal is to cut portions of the screen by moving markers around. The markers take the shape of arrows with a string attached between them; areas are cut out by wrapping the string on...

Gekitotsu Dangan Jidousha Kessen: Battle Mobile Alternative Titles: 激突弾丸自動車決戦バトルモービル

Gekitotsu Dangan Jidousha Kessen: Battle Mobile is a vehicular combat game from System Sacom, which was released on the Super Famicom in Japan only. The story concerns a newlywed couple who are accosted by Mad Max-esque highway bandits, leading to the death of the wife. The aggrieved husband spends the...

Kikuni Masahiko no Jantoushi Dora Ou 2 Alternative Titles: 喜国雅彦の雀闘士 銅鑼王2

A mahjong game with a parody supernatural superhero theme. Like its predecessor, it uses mahjong as a sort of component for its "battle" system. Kikuni Masahiko no Jantoushi Dora Ou 2 is a bit more "free", allowing the player to explore the world map. It also allows for four-person games,...

Kikuni Masahiko no Jantoushi Dora Ou Alternative Titles: 喜国雅彦の雀闘士 銅鑼王

Unleash your mahjong power!!! Jantoushi Doraou is a simple mahjong game for the Super Famicom. It features a wide variety of strange and ridiculous characters and is largely comical in nature. It follows typical Japanese mahjong rules, although there are a few exceptions. Many characters are also capable of performing...

Game no Tatsujin: The Shanghai Alternative Titles: ゲームの鉄人 THE 上海

A spin-off of the board game collection Game no Tatsujin, The Shanghai features three single-player games based on the game of mahjong solitaire: - Shanghai - Based on the Shanghai series. Traditional mahjong solitaire, where players are given a multi-layer tile formation and must attempt to remove all pairs from...

Game no Tatsujin Alternative Titles: ゲームの達人

Game no Tatsujin ("Game Master") is a board game simulation game that offers four different types of board game. In addition, there are two modes: one that lets the player compete against an invisible CPU opponent that can be customized, and another where the player has to defeat five increasingly...

ClockWerx Alternative Titles: ClockWorks, クロックワークス

Tick... Tock... Tick... Tock... It's Time to Fix the Clock The Master Clock of the Universe is broken and guess who has to fix it? Manuever your spinning clock hand on a variety of colorful clocks to make the moves that will save Time and maybe the Universe. Dodge oil...

Soul & Sword Alternative Titles: ソウル アンド ソード

In this game the player assumes the role of a young adventurer named Rick, who reaches the land of Vulcannon by ship to search for his fortune. Rick finds and recruits other adventurers along the way, and can ask around the various towns of the world to find quests to...

Shigetaka Kashiwagi no Top Water Bassing Alternative Titles: Shigetaka Kashiwagi's Top Water Bassing, 柏木重孝の トップ ウォーター バッシング

A fishing game endorsed by and named for Shigetaka Kashiwagi, a Japanese professional bass angler. The game has a far stronger simulation element than many of its Super Famicom/SNES contemporaries, allowing the player to pick specific lures and fishing equipment and fish for bass with the correct steps for casting...

Pikiinya! Alternative Titles: Pikinya!, ピキーニャ!

A block-stacking game with the goal to stack 2x2 blocks of penguins, ice cubes, or penguins in ice cubes within a grid, each of which has a different set of criteria to remove them. The game comes with single-player and two-player modes, as well as a tutorial mode to help...

Nage Libre: Seijaku no Suishin Alternative Titles: ナージュリーブル 〜静寂の水深〜

Nage Libre, or Nage Libre ~Seijaku no Suishin~ is a strategy game exclusive for the Super Famicom. It features five heroines who compete with one another in highschool-related events to escape back to their homeworld. These battles are represented on a grid-like battlefield, common to strategy games of the era,...

Ugoku E Ver. 2.0: Aryol Alternative Titles: うごく絵 Ver2.0 アリョール

Ugoku E Ver. 2.0: Aryol is a 1994 Super Famicom puzzle game published by Altron and developed by an unknown contract developer. It is a spiritual sequel to Altron's Olivia's Mystery, released earlier the same year. Like that game, Aryol features an ongoing story that is occasionally interrupted with a...

Olivia's Mystery Alternative Titles: オリビアのミステリー

Olivia's Mystery is a puzzle game published by Altron and developed by an unknown contract developer. It features a story, told with scrolling text, that every so often segues to one of the game's puzzles. The game's puzzles resemble normal jigsaw puzzles: the player has to take several pieces, often...

Logos Panic: Goaisatu Alternative Titles: Logos Panic GO.A.I.SA.TU., ロゴスパニックごあいさつ

Logos Panic: Goaisatu is a puzzle game for the Super Famicom. This game Relies about knowledge of kanji and Japanese language. Also, Goaisatsu is a formal traditional greeting, the player must form phrases with a list of kanji. The characters were designed by Kotobuki Shiriagari

Kouryuu no Mimi Alternative Titles: 黄龍の耳

Natsume Kiroemon, the 45th leader of the Natsume family, is due to inherit the Koryuu no Mimi, a tool which gives its bearer easy access to wealth and women. As a result of his father's death, he left the Italian monastery where he'd been training and rightfully took the name...

Keeper Alternative Titles: キーパー

Keeper is a cute action-puzzle game. A five-by-five grid fills up with colored blocks with different icons on them. Pikuru and Kintoto, the player characters, can move freely about the grid, climbing over the blocks, and pushing or pulling them in any direction where there is room. Line up three...

Umi no Nushi Tsuri Alternative Titles: 海のぬし釣り

Umi no Nushi Tsuri is a fishing game in Pack-in-Video's Nushi Tsuri series, which combines traditional angling with RPG elements such as upgrading equipment and stats, and fighting turn-based battles with wild animals. This spin-off moves from "Kawa" (river) to "Umi" (sea), focusing on saltwater fish instead. As with other...

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2 Alternative Titles: 川のぬし釣り2

Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2 is a Japan-exclusive fishing RPG from Natsume and the third game in their long-running Nushi Tsuri/River King franchise. Like its predecessor, released on the Famicom in 1990, the game crosses fishing game elements such as finding bait and ideal fishing spots with RPG elements such...

Matsukata Hiroki no Super Trawling Alternative Titles: 松方弘樹のスーパートローリング

Matsukata Hiroki no Super Trawling ("Hiroki Matsukata's Super Trawling") is a fishing game for the Super Famicom featuring actor and enthusiastic angler Hiroki Matsukata, best known for his tough guy roles in yakuza movies. The player travels to exotic fishing locations across the globe, looking for especially large fish such...

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