A mahjong solitaire computer game and one of the progenitors of the "nikakudori" variant, where tiles are unstacked and valid matches follow a special path-find...
A sequel to the 1992 computerized shogi adaptation Kiwame.
A computer adaptation of the game of shogi.
The second entry in Riverhill Soft's 1920 Series which has detective Todo Ryunosuke solving a murder mystery aboard an international ship traveling from San Fra...
An educational Noobow game
Seminal art program for computers and consoles.
A Japan League Soccer/Football title for FM-Towns and NEC PC-98.
The sequel to Gekirin developed by Nihon Application.
A top-down RPG designed by Yoshio Kiya where the player explores randomly generated dungeons.
An adult PC game developed by ZyX and released in English by Otaku Publishing.
The fourth game in the Schwarzschild sci-fi strategy game series.
The second entry in the Sur Dé Mystery Series, with the previous installment being Nostalgia 1907, about a psychologist on board an airplane with his patient w...
A mahjong game for the NEC-PC9801 and FM Towns.
The first two Cal games collected together exclusvely for FM Towns.
The inaugural entry in the Schwarzschild series.
A Keroppi game released in Japan for 3DO and FM-Towns.
A collection that combines both Yami no Ketsuzoku titles into one game.
The direct sequel to Yami no Ketsuzoku and the final Novel Ware title developed by System Sacom.
A young fashion designer uses her sixth sense to solve to the mystery of her former classmate's murder in the sixth entry in the Novel Ware series by System Sac...
The direct sequel to Soft de Hard na Monogatari and the fourth entry in System Sacom's Novel Ware series.
The second entry in System Sacom's Novel Ware franchise about the son of a video game company manager who has to do his father's job while he is hospitalized.
The Can Can Bunny series' 32-bit debut, following a new goddess' matchmaking attempts.
Adult-Adventure game which was only released in Japan.
The second in T&E Soft's '90s golf simulation games for Japanese computers. It features an original course (Eight Lakes) and was one of the few to not be po...
Mega Morph is a third-person perspective arcade-style shooter, similar in concept and gameplay to Microcosm and Novastorm.
A compilation of the two "strip" installments of the arcade Super Real Mahjong games, with extra modes.
The follow-up to the game released internationally as simply "A-Train"
A compilation of two games for FM Towns.
A visual novel from Foster.
A sci-fi adventure game that is the fifth installment in System Sacom's Novel Ware franchise.
Sequel featuring additional management complexities but otherwise follows similar turn based strategy approach through a mission by mission format of the origin...
A two-game compilation for FM Towns that collects together the two games of the Genocide series together, with minor balance tweaks to each game.
Actually the third in Artdink's series of train and railroad simulators, A-Train saw multiple releases outside of Japan.
A dating sim developed by Elf about a young man trying to find love during his final year of high school.
This brawler was originally developed for the X68000 by Fill-in-Cafe.
A teaching simulation game developed by Headroom for a variety of Japanese computers and consoles.
A fantasy-themed vertically-scrolling shoot-'em-up game, released in arcades in 1993.
A strategy sim from Wolf Team based on Japan's Sengoku era and the third in their Zan Spirits series.
The third part in a series of adventure games developed under Koei's "English Dream" label. Yuri continues to dig deeper into where the mysterious old man and t...
The second part in a series of adventure games developed under Koei's "English Dream" label. Yuri continues to unlock the secrets of the tunnel in the bookstore...
The first part in a series of adventure games developed under Koei's "English Dream" label, a collection of games used to help teach the English language.
A collection of mazes from the first two Sokoban games, with tweaks to the rules and gameplay style.
Also known as Star Cruiser II: The Odysseus Project, Star Cruiser 2 was released in 1992 for the NEC PC-98 and Fujitsu FM Towns computers.
An atmospheric adventure game following the story of the lead singer for a band named Elleno Vision.
Truxton 2 is a 1992 arcade sequel to the original game, Truxton.
First game in The Queen of Duellist series.
The final game in the Queen of Duellist series.
Also known as "Death Brade", Mutant Fighter is a fantasy-themed fighting game with numerous monster races and high-octane wrestling attacks.
An arcade game released by Sega in 1988, Last Survivor is the earliest known free-roaming, three-dimensional, third-person shooter, and one of the first shooter...
One of the earliest fighting games (after the release of Street Fighter II) to take place in a sword-and-sorcery fantasy setting. It features many similarities ...
The fourth game in the Rance series sees the protagonist and his slave Sill transported to a floating island. Also known as "Rance IV:Legacy of the Sect"
An adult RPG developed by D.O.
A mahjong game released for the Super Famicom, Sharp X68000, 3DO, Turbo CD, PC-98, FM Towns and Windows.
Eroge RPG developed by D.O.
The fourth of Success's arcade entries of the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games. Along with classic Shanghai, this game features three additional game ...
An eroge adventure game developed by C's Ware about a young man that has a reoccurring dream where he explores a space station that is somehow connected to the ...
The direct sequel to Burai: Joken.
The first entry in Riverhill Software's Burai RPG series.
Nostalgia 1907 is an adventure that takes place abroad the cruise ship "Nostalgia" where an unknown villain has detonated a bomb on the boat.
An action/puzzle game originally developed by Taito Corporation for their F2 arcade system hardware. The player rotates a maze around a free-falling ball with t...
Eroge adventure game developed by Orange House in 1992.
Eroge adventure game developed by Orange House in 1991.
Eroge adventure game developed by Orange House in 1992.
Eroge action game developed by Orange House in 1992.
The prince of darkness returns in this point and click adventure from Fairytale.
This ASCII-published mahjong game was released for the Famicom Disk System in 1986. It was not released outside of Japan.
RPG developed by Microcabin in 1993.
A first-person action game developed by Microcabin in 1992.
Action RPG developed by Microcabin in 1990.
Strategy game developed by SystemSoft Alpha in 1988. It is the updated sequel to the original Daisenryaku.
The first title in the Lunatic Dawn series from Artdink, released in 1993 for PC-98 and FM-Towns.
The second title in the role-playing series from Artdink, released in 1994 for FM-Towns and PC98.
Simulation game developed by NEC Avenue in 1993.
The 7th entry in the 4th Unit series.
The sixth entry in the 4th Unit series.
D-Again is the fifth 4th Unit game.
Zero is the fourth 4th Unit game.
Dual Targets is the 3rd entry in the 4th Unit series.
The 2nd game in the 4th Unit series.
First entry in the 4th Unit franchise.
The 2nd part of the final entry of the Psychic Detective series.
The 1st part of the final entry of Data West's game series.
The 5th entry in the Data West adventure series.
The 4th entry in the franchise and the 2nd title to be released on a console.
The 3rd entry in the Psychic Detective franchise and the first title to be released on a console.
The 2nd entry in Data West's FM Town adventure series.
The first entry in Data West's Popular adventure game series.
A pornographic RPG adventure.
The first title in the Nightmare Collection series of adventure games, from Japanese developer Fairytale. Zombies! Cyborgs! Cyborg...zombies? Escape the city an...
Marine Philt is an adventure game from Japanese developer Fairytale. A Giger-esque creature is loose in future Tokyo, and a group of teenagers may be the only o...
Pu-Li-Ru-La is an absolutely insane arcade beat em up. It was released by Taito in 1991.
A pornographic adventure/RPG developed by Active Software in 1994.
Adult adventure game developed by Himeya soft in 1992.
Adult Adventure game developed by Himeya Soft in 1994.
Raiden Trad is a spin-off of the original Raiden game for the SNES, Genesis, and FM Towns.
The final game in a fantasy computer role-playing game series called Xak developed and published by Micro Cabin.
Pornographic adventure game developed by Cocktail Soft in 1994.
Pornographic adventure game developed by Cocktail Soft in 1992.