A PC Engine CD entry in Nichibutsu's F1 Circus series.
A rework of the arcade "strip mahjong" eroge Mahjong Clinic, which is set in a hospital.
A rework of Home Data's 1988 "strip mahjong" eroge of the same name, with three anime gals to play against.
A "strip mahjong" game for the PC Engine CD-ROM².
The last game in the Sexy Idol Mahjong trilogy of strip mahjong games, focused on a simple four-player mahjong game and a sexy rock-paper-scissors minigame.
A sequel to the strip mahjong game Sexy Idol Mahjong, featuring both two-player and four-player mahjong, as well as a sugoroku mode.
A mahjong game where you play one-on-one against 18 real-life idols.
A mahjong VN for the PC Engine Super CD-ROM² with a high-fantasy RPG theme.
A "strip mahjong" RPG for the PC Engine Super CD-ROM² with a high-fantasy theme, and the sequel to the original PC-98 game Mahjong Sword: Princess Quest.
A PC Engine Super CD-ROM² eroge from Fujicom where you play a variety of card games against a trio of pretty gals.
The final game in Atlus's mahjong trilogy, starring a trio of pretty gals called the "Saver Angels".
A two-part sequel to Atlus's detective-themed riichi mahjong game Jantei Monogatari, Uchuu Tantei Diban switches the theme to heavy sci-fi set in the space-fari...
A one-on-one riichi mahjong game for the PC Engine Super CD-ROM² where you go around a beachside town playing games of mahjong with pretty gals.
A spin-off of Game Arts's mahjong series based on a mahjong manga, this time focusing on nikakudori-style mahjong solitaire. It later received a version for the...
A top-down adventure game developed by HuneX for the PC Engine CD.
The first of several compilations created which houses the first two R-Type titles. This version has some remastered content that takes advantage of the CD form...
A 1990 run-and-gun from Toaplan.
Exclusive shoot'em up on PC Engine CD.
Overhead racing game that has various of obstacles in the way.
An unofficial adaptation of the Windows game of the same name, developed by Arc for the Game Boy and PC Engine CD-ROM². It adds new game modes, such as a missi...
A multi-platform role playing game from Kogado Studio.
A first-person party-based "blobber" dungeon crawler RPG that was released on a number of Japanese platforms.
An adventure game based off the Sailor Moon franchise where the player can experience the story through the perspective of the different Sailor Scouts.
The canceled sequel to Enix's Angelus that was set to be released for the PC-98 and PC-Engine CD.
The second entry in the Zero4 Champ series that mixes drag racing gameplay with adventure game elements.
A kick boxing simulation that was produced with the assistance of Andre Panza, the three times world kick boxing champion.
The fifth numbered Super Real Mahjong title.
Tenchi Muyō game for Turbo CD and PC-98.
Wizardry III・IV is a compilation of the third and fourth numbered Wizardry games.
Wizardry I・II is a compilation of the first two Wizardry titles, for Turbo CD.
A dating/murder mystery visual novel.
A remake of both Yami no Ketsuzoku games re-imagined by Naxat Soft for the PC-Engine CD.
A collection of a 100 short horror stories that are all represented by candles in-game which are blown out after each story is finished, mimicking the ritual of...
Adventure game in which you have to undergo auditions to become a Japanese Idol Singer.
Strategy battle game.
Louga II is a Strategy game which was released in Japan in 1995.
Louga is a Strategy game for PC Engine CD.
Fang of Alnam Juzoku Juni Shinto Densetsu is a RPG game for PC Engine CD.
Travellers! Densetsu o Buttobase is an RPG exclusively for PC Engine CD.
Efera and Jiliora: The Emblem From Darkness is 2-Player RPG.
K.O. Seiki Beast Sanjuushi: Gaia Fukkatsu Kanketsuhen is a RPG based on the manga/anime series.
Color Wars is a Puzzle game that includes an adventure mode and a 4-player party mode.
A quiz game from Hudson soft.
A compilation of the two "strip" installments of the arcade Super Real Mahjong games, with extra modes.
Strategy Role-playing game not to be mistaken from Sword Master of 1992.
Fantasy role-playing game with erotic overtones.
The TV Show is an overhead action-puzzle game released only in Japan.
The sequel to the mech strategy game Vasteel.
God Panic comical shoot 'em up for PC Engine CD.
Hihou Densetsu Chris no Bouken is an Action game released in Japan in 1991.
Fiend Hunter is an Action game developed and published by Right Stuff.
Iga Ninden Gaou is a action game developed by Cream.
Side scrolling beat'em up developed by Fill in Cafe.
Action game in the style of Bubble Bobble.
Psychic Storm is a Japanese-only shoot-em-up released for the TurboGrafx-CD platform.
Alzadick is a vertical shooter released for the Summer Carnival '92 competition hosted by Naxat Soft. While it was made available for commercial release it was ...
A side-scrolling mecha-themed action game.
A shoot-'em-up for Turbo CD.
A fantasy RPG-themed Japanese "strip mahjong" game built on Neo Geo hardware and a spiritual sequel to Taito's "Mahjong Quest".
A PC-Engine only "digital comic" following the second half of the Gunbuster anime. Players can also enjoy a game of Rock Paper Scissors.
An interactive "digital comic" for the PC-Engine, following the first half of the anime of the same name.
Part of Kogado's strategy series, Super Schwarzschild was released in 1991 for the PC-Engine, and in 1993 for the Sega CD as Mega Schwarzschild.
Play tennis, soccer or golf in this perfectly normal sounding sports game from Human Entertainment.
Kiaidan 00 is a shoot'em up for PC Engine.
Actually the third in Artdink's series of train and railroad simulators, A-Train saw multiple releases outside of Japan.
A shoot'em up for PC Engine CD.
The fashionable judo girl of anime and manga comes to life in this PC Engine CD release.
Travel Apple is a Action-Puzzle game by Telenet for TurboGrafx-CD.
Bakushou Yoshimoto no Shinkigeki is an action platforming game for the TurboGrafx-CD.
A Japanese exclusive action RPG.
Pachiokun's third and final PC Engine CD outing has him tackling the world of Pachislot as well as pachinko
Pachiokun's second endeavor on the PC Engine CD
The first Pachiokun game for PC Engine CD
A golf game for the PC Engine CD-ROM that features a single-player mode with a story involving cyborgs and other unusual golf opponents.
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 side-scrolling action game for the PC Engine developed by Riot/Telenet (1992).
A vertical shoot'em-up for the PC Engine released by Telenet/LaserSoft (1990).
An educational dinosaur guide with animations and voiceovers exclusive to the TurboGrafx-CD.
Nexzr is a vertical shooter released in '92 for the TurboGrafx CD.
A PC Engine CD-ROM compilation of the first two Arcade games in the Adventure Quiz/Capcom World series. The player answers questions about Capcom games to furth...
An Arcade quiz game framed like a Sengoku strategy sim similar to Koei's Nobunaga's Ambition. The player has to answer a certain number of questions correctly t...
A multiplayer party game and one of the last games to be released for the PC Engine CD-ROM. The players are ducks who have to recover eggs around a grid maze, a...
Part sequel, part remix, Theron's Quest is a version of FTL Games's Dungeon Master developed for the TurboGrafx-CD. It included a new story and many other chang...
The second of three Super Famicom wrestling games based on the Shin Nippon Pro Wrestling (a.k.a. the New Japan Pro Wrestling, or NJPW) circuit by Varie. Was als...
Shooting action game from Micro Cabin, released only in Japan for the TurboGrafx-CD/PC Engine.
Developed by HuneX, Go! Go! Birdie Chance is an anime-style golf game released only in Japan for the PC Engine.
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri: Shizenha was a fishing RPG for Turbo-CD
A top-down action RPG developed by Hunex for the PC-Engine CD.
Tecmo's World Cup series heads to the Turbo CD.
An adventure game with animated cutscenes and action-RPG sequences, starring three cutesy anime girls.
A version of Bomberman '94 themed after the Tengai Makyou series that was released as a promotional item in Hudson's newsletter.
A fighting game for the PC-Engine CD by Right Stuff
Japanese RPG based on popular card games.
A Sci-Fi themed PCE-CD RPG by RayForce.
The second entry in the Startling Odyssey JRPG series