A platformer released for multiple retro computer systems and consoles.
A platformer with fixed screens.
A top-down view snooker game that is also known as Pro Snooker and Professional Snooker Simulator.
An MSX game based on the 1986 American horror film "House".
An early "strip mahjong" eroge by Micronet for Japanese computers. Features both four-player and two-player variants, as well as an odd cast of opponents.
Game based on the ITV comedy-drama series of the same name.
A Japan-only MSX game where you form winning mahjong hands by moving back-and-forth, dodging dice, and whacking down a roaming line of tiles with a mallet.
In this 2D scrolling western shooter the player slips in the role of the bounty hunter Clint Westband and has to go after the desperadoes of the Wild West.
A text adventure game originally released as Adventure 1 by Abersoft in 1982 on the ZX Spectrum. It was later re-named Classic Adventure.
A maze game for MSX. Players must uncover a hidden ring on each floor of the pyramid in order to activate a teleporter to the next one.
A kung fu-themed puzzle-platformer arcade game by Seibu Kaihatsu, where you knock on doors to find matching icons. It features use of a microphone, which is use...
An action-RPG from System Soft.
Hi no Tori: Hōō-hen (Fire Bird: Fènghuáng Edition) is an auto-scrolling vertical shoot-'em-up from Konami. It is based on the fifth volume of Osamu Tezuka's...
A Breakout variant published by Players Software.
One of many classic text adventures from Level 9.
Control the legendary Ali Baba in this early maze game from Sega.
Burger Kitchen is a burger-themed puzzle game. "Clear" burgers by placing ingredients in the right order.
Six titles for the MSX in this early Namco compilation.
A compilation of Namco(t) games for MSX.
The sequel to Tecno Soft's overhead shooter; it's more of an action/RPG.
An overhead, multi-scrolling shoot-'em-up released on many Japanese computers.
A shoot 'em up in which the player controls a spaceship with the aim to shoot as many Valkyrian ships as possible.
The player has to coach a national team with the task to master the qualification games to reach the final tournament and try to get the World Cup.
A strategy game similar to the board-game Risk that is set in World War II's crucial Battle of the Bulge.
A strategy game set in World War II that was published by M.C. Lothlorien for several 8-bit homecomputers.
An action and collect'em up game for various 8-bit homecomputers.
A flip-screen platformer in which the player is a streaker who has to collect as much of his clothing as possible.
A 3D arcade shooter where the player controls a starfighter simulator.
A post holocaust 2D action-adventure with icon-based object manipulation that was developed by Binary Design for several 8-bit homecomputers.
A top-down action RPG created by Tokihiro Naito for Japanese computers.
A self-described "SF-Hard-Action-R-P-G"
A top-down view driving game in which two players can drive at the same time on a split-screen.
Starfighters, also known as Star Fighters, is a laserdisc game released by ASCII for the MSX computer in 1984. It was the first computer game to use pre-rendere...
Spoopy maze game
Can you shut up all aliens?
Eroge mahjong title from Nichibutsu
A mahjong game for MSX2 starring a host of Konami characters.
A 1983 shoot-'em-up for the MSX.
A multi-platform role playing game from Kogado Studio.
An early side-scrolling game drom Seibu Kaihatsu.
A comedic side-scrolling shoot-'em-up for the MSX and a parody of the studio's Gradius series.
An adventure game developed by Kogado Studio for Japanese computers.
A boxing game which released on the Sord M5 and MSX.
An action platformer starring a fighting raccoon dog.
Players face giant mechanical dragons in this shoot-'em-up.
A side-scrolling action game.
A "neo occultism AVG" developed by Enix for Japanese computers in 1988.
A mystery adventure game developed by Soft Studio Wing for the MSX.
A sequel to Maō Golvellius on the MSX. It uses the upgrades given to the Master System version but has a completely original level layout.
First entry of the Konami's baseball series for the MSX.
An adult oriented minigame collection for the MSX2.
An overweight parking attendant eats his way through several food-related venues in Chubby Gristle.
In this action game the player character Hal Kushnar must escort his bomber aircraft over hostile territory to obliterate the main enemy base.
In this action game the player character Reech Hooker has to destroy the generator of the shield that protects the entire fleet of the evil Biodroid empire.
An adventure game based on the eponymous hentai manga.
Jangō 1 is a mahjong game for MSX and Sharp X68000. It is the first in a series of such games.
The first sequel to sci-fi strategy game Schwarzschild.
The inaugural entry in the Schwarzschild series.
A dating/murder mystery visual novel.
Ero visual novel from Technopolis.
The first Japanese developed graphical adventure game created by Micro Cabin in 1982. Although it features the same name, it is otherwise unrelated to On-Line S...
The first game in the Final Zone franchise is a simple top-down shooter.
A behind-the-back arcade racing game by Sega, unique in that the background uses full-motion video run on LaserDisc-based arcade hardware.
An arcade style bullet hell shooter developed for Z80 machines such as the Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum and the MSX
A sci-fi adventure game about the creation of a nuclear bomb shelter meant to save humanity from the inevitable nuclear war. The title was the first entry in Sy...
A graphical adventure game based off the Gall Force anime franchise developed for the MSX by ScapTrust.
A top-down shooter developed by HAL Laboratory for MSX computers based-off the Gall Force anime franchise.
Adult-Adventure game which was only released in Japan.
The follow-up sequel to Can Can Bunny.
A Boulder Dash variant published by Atlantis Software Ltd. for several 8-bit home computers.
Game based on the sequel to Project A.
A game based on the first installment of one of Jackie Chan's best-known and longest running series of films.
Based on the Jackie Chan movie "The Protector".
A game based on the 1983 film Project A.
A time traveling murder mystery set in Chicago. Despite appearances, there is no connection to the classic film. The title, cover art and menu screen were cha...
An educational game for multiple computer systems.
Darwin 4078 is an arcade shoot-'em-up from Data East. Its only home conversion was an MSX port from Hudson Soft, but it finally received a legit emulation in 20...
Known as the much more descriptive "Color Ball" in Japan.
Golf game from Hudson.
A shepherding game from Hudson.
Hungry squirrel maze game for MSX.
Educational mini-games with the Mr. Men.
Educational software featuring the popular book characters.
An action-platformer from Hikaru Games.
Hal Laboratory's word processor software.
In this HAL MSX release, Butamaru catches eggs thrown by oni named Pants (or in Pig Mock, Pig Mock and Thunder Pants, respectively)
The sequel to bit₂'s vertical shoot-'em-up for MSX.
Blackjack game for MSX.
A mahjong game for MSX from ASCII Corporation and Uchudo.
The tokusatsu hero's second video game appearance.
Tawara is a platformer for MSX.
What can a Candoo Ninja do?
A platformer starring a living shoe.
A game based on the Spanish comic Mortadelo y Filemón.
The fourth Konami Game Collection for MSX.
A third disk of Konami games for MSX.
A second MSX disk of Konami games collected.