Sony Playstation 2 - Released - May 15, 2003
2003-Toshi Kaimaku: Ganbare Kyuukaiou is a Sports game, developed by Magical Company (Mahou) and published by Atlus, which was released in Japan in 2003.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 22, 1996
'96 Zenkoku Koukou Soccer Senshuken ("National High School Soccer '96 Championship") is a soccer game from Magical Company that revolves around a competition held for high school teams. It follows Zenkoku Koukou Soccer and Zenkoku Koukou Soccer 2. The pitch is depicted from a horizontal perspective and the player is fixed to a certain position, rather than being able to switch to the athlete from their team that is closest to the ball. The story mode focuses on one player, watching them and their team progress through the various rounds of the national tournament. The player can configure the appearance of this protagonist and train them in various soccer skills to improve their performance in matches.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 18, 1998
Baseball is one of the most popular sports in Japan. It was introduced to Japan in 1872 by Horace Wilson, who taught at the Kaisei School in Tokyo. The first baseball team was called the Shimbashi Athletic Club and was established in 1878. Baseball has been a popular sport ever since. It is called yakyu in Japanese, combining the characters for fielding and ball. In Japan, high school baseball generally refers to the 2 annual baseball tournaments played by high schools nationwide culminating at a final showdown at Hanshin Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan. They are organized by the Japan High School Baseball Federation in association with Mainichi Shimbun for the National High School Baseball Invitational Tournament in the spring (also known as "Spring Koshien") and Asahi Shimbun for the National High School Baseball Championship in the summer (also known as "Summer Koshien"). These nationwide tournaments enjoy widespread popularity, arguably equal to or greater than professional baseball. Qualifying tournaments are often televised locally and each game of the final stage at Koshien is televised nationally on NHK. The tournaments have become a national tradition, and large numbers of frenzied students and parents travel from hometowns to cheer for their local team. It is a common sight to see players walking off the field in tears after being eliminated from the tournament by a loss. '98 Koshien is a 3D baseball game with different game modes that includes vs and story mode. The game focus in the high school baseball tournaments and got data of more than 4129 japanese high schools. The game features different baseball strategies and tactics.The game allows the player to train his players and their teamwork. The goal of the game is to win the '98 Koshien Baseball championship. The game also allows the player to edit the team logo, school hymn or the team uniforms.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - July 1, 2005
Bomberman Hardball is divided into four games. Battle mode (the standard Bomberman game), is joined by tennis, golf and baseball games. At the center of all this is the Living mode, a character building feature in which the player can design a Bomberman for use in any of the battle modes. Battle Mode is the centerpiece of this and all other Bomberman games. This mode is essentially the standard Bomberman formula; in the game, players navigate grid-based mazes, planting bombs in an attempt to hit other players (while avoided being hit by a bomb themselves). There are several different variations of Battle Mode, although they all center around the standard Bomberman gameplay. Classic Battle: A standard deathmatch-type game. Star Battle: Collect the most stars. Crown Battle: Find the crown in the level to win the game. Point Battle: Earn the most points by killing opponents Replay: Watched game sessions saved to memory card.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2003
European Tennis Pro is a tennis game for one or two players, or up to four with multi-tap. The game does not feature any star names or licensed locations. In addition to the training mode the player(s) can either compete in an exhibition match or a world tour. Exhibition matches can have either a tie break, a three game set or a six game set format and can last for one, three or five sets, and the player(s) have a choice of five different surfaces to play on. The world tour consists of twenty-four different venues and the player can select from a choice of sixteen different players, each with differing strengths.
Sega Saturn - Released - August 1, 1997
Gekitotsu Koushien is a super deep high school baseball tournament simulator. Like the Little League World Series, in Japan Koshien is a huge tournament. With over 4000 teams involved (and all of that data put into this game!) it is a great place for scouts to find professional players, and the game is a great and totally unique baseball experience.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 28, 2001
Hard Hitter Tennis challenges you to become the best in the world. Choose one of 14 athletes or make your own, and grow your character's stats over the course of a year. Playing well during the game will increase the mentality meter, giving your player a better chance of making tough shots. The mentality meter can also be expended to make a shot that will be difficult to hit back. Whichever player has won the most money from tournaments by the end of the year is crowned champion. Also included is a multiplayer mode for up to four players and a minigame mode where the player must either hit specific targets to spell out words, or hit a number of targets with a limited number of balls.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 16, 2001
Step up to the plate and get ready to hit a homerun. Combining incredible realism for the players, and total control pitching and batting. Homerun delivers true baseball arcade action. This game is so close to the real thing, you can almost smell the freshly cut grass and hear the wood of the bat smack solid against a well thrown fastball.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 19, 1994
Eat or be eaten! Get ready because war has been declared in the mightiest and most magnificent action puzzle the world has ever seen! Hungry Dinosaurs are monsters that just love eating. here they compete to see just how many tasty eggs they can eat. It's the heroic battle world of "eat or be eaten". Take part in the mightiest action puzzle game the world has ever seen, and see if you can survive! Stand up against the speedy and powerful attack of the Dinosaurs, the ultra-strong characters, and fight them with your sure-death technique. Will it be you who wins? Or....?
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 29, 1994
Koushien 3 is the third of several Koushien baseball games. The game is focused on Japanese high school baseball: the title refers to the stadium in which the Japanese national high school baseball final takes place. The game uses the standard "behind the batter" perspective common to baseball games of this era. Koushien 3 marks the first time Magical Company would publish a Koushien game, taking over from K Amusement Leasing. Its sequel Koushien 4 would be the last Koushien game for the Super Famicom system: the series moved to PlayStation shortly after.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 14, 1995
Koushien 4 is the fourth game in Magical Company's Koushien series of baseball sims that focus on Japan's highschool-aged national tournament that culminates in the eponymous stadium, and the final game in the series to be released on the Super Famicom. The player can once again pick a region in any prefecture and coach that team through the regional knock-out phase to the nationals. The game offers the focal tournament mode and a versus mode that allows two human players to clash on the diamond, or up to four players working in teams.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 10, 2000
Magical Sports 2000 Koushien is a Sports game, developed and published by Magical Company (Mahou), which was released in Japan in 2000.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 1, 2000
Monster Bass! is a fishing simulator set in four locations. The player gets to control the bait to lure and catch several types of "scientifically mutated gigantic monster bass". As the game progresses special baits and tricks get unlocked. You can perfect your technique in free fishing. Then use these skills to compete to be the number one Bass Fisherman and land that MONSTER BASS. You can also store your best six catches in the aquarium for later viewing. It's the Bass Tournament of all tournaments! Use special giant baits. Unique fishing locations. 4 different types of scientifically mutated gigantic MONSTER BASS! Drop your fishing line and let the fights begin!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 29, 1994
Nice de Shot is a golf game from Magical Company, released on the Super Famicom in 1994. The game supports up to two players who compete on eighteen different courses. A single-player option, in which the player goes through each course sequentially, is also available. Each course takes place in a different part of the world, and tends to include unusual features like ice, stalagmites and other unlikely obstacles. The game uses a rudimentary polygonal landscape to convey the lay of the land to the player, though this increases the loading time in many parts of the game as the topography has to be loaded in every time it shifts, either after a shot or while adjusting the camera to aim the ball a different direction.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 15, 1994
Pachi-Slot Kenkyuu ("Pachi-Slot Research") is a 1994 Super Famicom adaptation of pachi-slots, or slot machines, that the player can use to practice for the real thing. The game features six different machines: Zangus, Zangus II, City Boy II, Musashi II, Hanamy and Baikal. The game contains no story mode or any content besides virtual pachi-slot machines. It was never released outside of Japan.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 21, 1995
Shogi Saikyou ("The Strongest Shogi") is a shogi game for the Super Famicom developed and published by Mahou, or Magical Company. The game makes frequent use of Buddhist imagery. It features multiple modes for shogi, including a single-player mode where the player progresses past increasingly difficult AI opponents and a mode where the player customizes the piece placement on a table - say, to simulate the final stages of a famous match - and plays from that point.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 9, 1996
Shogi Saikyou II: Jissen Taikyoku Hen ("The Strongest Shogi II: Battle Game Volume", where taikyoku refers to the playing of board games in particular) is a shogi game for the Super Famicom and the sequel to the 1995 game Shogi Saikyou. Shogi Saikyou II presents a number of scenarios which were left in the middle of a game, and the player can take them over and win. After winning these scenarios, more challenging ones become unlocked.
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - August 10, 1990
Shogi Shodan Icchokusen is a Miscellaneous game, published by Home Data, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 8, 1993
Super Kyousouba: Kaze no Sylphid ("Super Racehorse: Sylphid of the Wind". "Sylphid" is sometimes stylized as "Silpheed" like the shoot 'em up series) is a horse racing simulation game published by King Records, a company generally better known for producing music. It is based on the Kaze no Sylphid manga: a dramatic serial manga concerning a young boy and a foal, Sylphid, who the boy is determined to raise and race even though the horse was born with tendinitis. The game is part simulation management game and part racing game, as the player takes control of both the owner as he operates the day-to-day business of the ranch and as the young boy who eventually becomes Sylphid's jockey.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 7, 2003
Tales of the World: Summoner's Lineage is a Strategy game, developed by Magical Company (Mahou) and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 2003.