Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 25, 1990
Ayakashi no Shiro is a turn-based dungeon crawl. Players move the protagonist through first-person dungeons where randomly occurring battles happen. When combat begins, the player is given several options through a menu system to fight the enemies.
Arcade - Released - 1989
A vertically scrolling shooter. Soldiers must destroy a variety of attacking enemies using their guns and hand grenades. Players control a United States Air Force pilot who was taken as a prisoner of war in Vietnam in 1972. The pilot must escape the prison compound by battling enemy soldiers with guns and grenades. Various power-ups are available that give the player use of various other weapons including a machine gun and flamethrower. Enemy vehicles such as a plane can also be commandeered.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 28, 1997
Chopper Attack is a helicopter-based third-person shooter game released and published in 1997 by Midway. The game features numerous missions in various locations; missions include bombing the enemy's bases, escorting Air Force One through dangerous jungle terrain and rescuing prisoners of war.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 29, 1996
Eikō no Saint Andrews is a golf video game for the Nintendo 64 set in the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. It was released only in Japan in 1996 and was the first golf game for the Nintendo 64 console.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 21, 1992
Strap yourself in the cockpit, step on the gas and take a turbo-charged ride through the high-speed world of Formula One racing with F1 ROC. You'll test your skill on the famed hairpins of Monte Carlo. Steel your nerves on the legendary straights of Monza. Race to win on a total of 16 thrilling international courses. Best of all, you can customize your racer millions of different ways. If you're ready for the winner's circle, get ready to ROC!
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 5, 1993
OK race fans, you've seen the rest, now here's the best! Seta's new super DSP chip separates the men from the boys in this high speed Formula One racing tour. Drive real cars, like the FW14B Williams, Mclarens MP4/7, the F92 Ferrari, the V8 Ford-powered Benettion B192, and other Formula One racing machines. You'll start our in a prototype Group C car and must win on all 8 tracks to move up. Next you race in F3000 cars to develop the lightning-fast reflexes needed to survive Formular One racing. Finally, you face the real 1992 Formula One season drivers and their cars. On the 16...
Arcade - Released - 2003
Hi Pai Paradise is your typical Asian tabletop style Mahjong gambling game. This one was developed and manufactured by both Aruze and SETA in 2003.
Arcade - Released - 2004
Hi*Pai Paradise 2 is a mahjong game, developed and published by Aruze Corp, which was released in Japan in 2004.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 21, 1998
Honkaku Igo is a igo game that features 3 different boards and 10 different backgrounds, a complete tutorial and also a 2 players vs mode.
Nintendo 64 - Released - April 21, 2000
Ide Yosuke no Mahjong Juku is a mahjong game, developed and published by SeTa. It was only ever released in Japan.
Sega Saturn - Released - November 24, 1995
Kanazawa Shougi (金沢将棋) is a shougi game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 21, 1995
Kanazawa Shougi '95 is a shogi game that features different game mode and also a 2 players versus mode. The game is endorsed by Shogi 3 years champion Shinichiro Kanazawa.
Windows - October 28, 2014
The Moon Sliver is a short narrative-focused non-linear exploration game, with elements of horror. It features a unique narrative mechanic that blurs the line between story and exploration, where interacting with objects and even simply moving around will reveal fragments of narration. As you piece these fragments together, a story of guilt, loneliness, and faith begins to take shape. And it becomes increasingly obvious that something is hunting you... The Moon Sliver is best thought of as an experiment in exploration-focused storytelling, blurring the line between novelette and game. It...
Nintendo 64 - Released - April 3, 1998
Morita Shogi 64 is a Japanese virtual board game for the Nintendo 64. It was released only in Japan in 1998. It is the sequel to Saikyō Habu Shōgi, a launch game for the Nintendo 64. The cartridge has a built-in RJ-42 Modem Connection port with which players were able to connect to (now defunct) servers to play against other players all around Japan.
Arcade - Released - 1996
Neratte Chu © 1996 Seta Company, Limited. Neratte Chu was released in May 1996. A one or two player puzzle game published and developed by SETA Corporation in 1996
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 7, 1994
It's a race of time. Kyle must save his fair maiden Erin before the evil clutches of Nosferatu can sway her fate forever! Dungeons and graveyards are only a few obstacles in his path, littered with traps and beasts of unspeakable nature. Join Kyle's journey into darkness to return his love before her soul is lost for eternity! - 16 megs of dramatic action and adventure at its best! -With 6 master stages, 14 sub-levels, and countless hidden rooms, Nosferatu will challenge you with fun and adventure! - Discover treasures and hidden secrets of every level! - Fluid play control for speed and...
Nintendo 64 - Released - May 29, 1998
Pachinko game from SeTa, which was released only in Japan. The game includes three game modes. Main mode, where you start with 30,000 yen in your pocket and choose one of the three different pachinko parlours to play on. Then there's Free Mode, where you can play different pachinko machines with unlimited supply of balls. Lastly, there's a split screen VS mode against CPU or another human player with a 3 minute time limit.
Sony Playstation - Released - May 28, 1998
The gameplay in this sequel uses a third person perspective to move to left or right and select the power of the shot and the place to hit the ball. After made the hit the game shows the player's ball on fly. The game have two game modes: - Game mode - Simulation mode
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 22, 1989
In Q Billion, you play a mouse which must level out a playfield filled with stacks of tiles. To do this, the mouse must climb onto one stack and push a taller, neighbouring stack so that tiles fall off, until there are no tiles stacked on top of each other. Oftentimes, there stacks are not adjacent to each other, which forces the mouse to push a tile next to the stack in order to have something to stand on. Since the mouse is so weak, it can only move a single tile. This calls for a lot of juggling, since in order to move a stack of three tiles (represented by a 3 in a square), it must move a...
Nintendo 64 - Released - June 23, 1996
Saikyo Habu Shogi is a Japanese virtual board game for the Nintendo 64, developed and published by SeTa. It was released exclusively in Japan on June 23, 1996 as one of the Nintendo 64's three Japanese launch games alongside Super Mario 64 and Pilotwings 64.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 8, 1995
Shougi Joryuu Meijini-sen is a shogi game that features different difficulty levels, 4 different backgrounds, 2 different japanese narrators, etc. The game features also an auto mode in which the player can watch and learn how to play watching the different computer movements. The game features also lessons from Naoyuki Hayashiba, Kuzita Ishida, Men Shoga, etc.
Sega Saturn - Released - September 15, 1995
Shougi Matsuri (将棋まつり) is a shougi game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 28, 1997
The Old Course at St Andrews is the oldest golf course in the world. The Old Course is a public course over common land in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland and is held in trust by The St Andrews Links Trust under an act of Parliament. The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R&A) club house sits adjacent to the first tee and although it might be imagined that they own the course, they are but one of many clubs that have playing privileges on the course, along with the general public. Eikou no St. Andrews is a golf game that features 3D graphics, different golf players to choose (all of them...
Sega Saturn - Released - November 24, 1995
Super Real Mahjong Graffiti is a compilation of all the Super Real Mahjong arcade games up to the Saturn era (besides the first) that were never ported to the SEGA Saturn individually. This means it includes Super Real Mahjong PII, Super Real Mahjong PIII, and Super Real Mahjong PIV. They are not straight ports, however, as there have been some changes, such as improved graphics to the earlier games. There are six girls to challenge to strip mahjong. Strip sequences are animated.
Sega Saturn - Released - May 21, 1998
Super Real Mahjong P7 (スーパーリアル麻雀Ｐ７) is a 1997 arcade mahjong game in Seta's Super Real Mahjong series ported to the Sega Saturn the following year. The port appears to have been significantly toned down from previous ports, earning an "18 and up" rating from Sega of Japan's classification system instead of the usual "X" rating (or it may be that Sega became more lenient; what happened is unknown). More animated strip mahjong awaits in the seventh arcade game in the Super Real Mahjong series. Challenge three more lovely girls, Yurina Asahina, Natsuki Asahina, and Serika Randoh, and they'll...
Sega Saturn - Released - May 17, 1996
The sixth arcade game in the Super Real Mahjong series. In a manner extremely similar to previous entries in the series, you play strip mahjong with three lovely females, this time around with Tamami Kayama, Yukari Kinomiya, and Mari Kurihara. This game, however, has a new feature: an "emotion system." Each girl has a heart meter, and if you manage to fill them all, you can play against the secret fourth opponent.
Arcade - Released - 1994
Super Real Mahjong Part V is a strip mahjong game featuring three girls with four strip sequences each. Part V continues the fine tradition of excellent animation for this series. The gameplay is standard for this series. With every winning hand the opponent removes an article of clothing. With every loss she puts a piece of clothing back on. When the player clears all of a girl's strip sequences, the next girl is introduced and the game continues. The girls have unlimited betting funds so each strip sequence must be won separately. If the player loses all of his funds then the game is...
Arcade - Released - 1988
Super Real Mahjong PIII is a strip mahjong game featuring two girls with 5 strip sequences each. Super Real Mahjong PIII featured newly designed sprites for the tiles and game play and was the last game to feature sprite animations of the player's hands in the Super Real series. PIII also introduced continues to the series. The player begins the game playing against Kasumi Serizawa. With every winning hand the opponent removes an article of clothing. With every loss she puts a piece of clothing back on. When the player clears all of Kasumi's strip sequences she introduces the player to her...
Sega Saturn - Released - May 26, 1995
Super Real Mahjong PV is the fifth installment in the strip mahjong series. There is no background story in the game; the player is merely introduced to three high school girls - Mizuki, Aya, and Akira - who challenge him to the game of mahjong. The main mahjong mode is that of the one-on-one variety; after each successfully completed round the girl removes a part of her clothing. The computer versions of the game contain scenes with nudity; among the console versions, the PC-FX one is the only one that similarly lacks censorship. Some of the versions have secondary gameplay modes, such as...
Arcade - Released - 1999
Super Real Mahjong VS is a mahjong gambling game developed and released exclusively in Japan by SETA in 1999.
SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 29, 2001
Super Real Mahjong Premium Collection is the first handheld installment in the Super Real Mahjong series. As usual, you play strip mahjong with pretty girls, this time several from many of the games. However, due to the system's limitations, only a few strip scenes are animated. It also has some visual novel-like qualities, particularly a story mode where you try to focus on one girl each time it is played. This is accomplished by choosing the right options when they are presented to you. If you succeed in focusing on only one girl, her CG is then unlocked in the gallery.
Arcade - Released - 1987
Thundercade, also known as Twin Formation and 特殊部隊UAG (Tokushu Butai U.A.G. "Special Forces U.A.G. (Un-Attached Grenadier))", is a shoot 'em up video game developed by SETA and originally released for video arcades in 1987. A nuclear powerplant has fallen into the hands of terrorists and you pilot a motorcyle equipped with machine guns that can be improved along the way. Make your way through difficult terrain and battle against loads of terrorists on foot, in cars, tanks and submarines who will try to stop you. Reach the plant and shoot all the terrorists to save the day.
Arcade - Released - 1988
Twin Eagle is a vertically scrolling arcade style shooter. You control a helicopter, and need to earn points by shooting or bombing the various (and numerous!) enemies you'll encounter. Planes, helicopters, tanks, anti-aircraft guns, foot soldiers, and more will all be trying to bring your mission to an abrupt end! Occasionally, you may find hostages when a building is destroyed; try to rescue as many of the hostages as you can to earn extra points. Your helicopter has the ability to pick up extra weapons. After destroying certain enemies, a power up will be left behind which can give you one...
Arcade - Released - 1989
U.S. Classic was produced by Seta in 1989. A basic golf game that starts with a view from the tee that shows wind velocity, direction and distance to the green. Choose your club and swing by rolling the track-ball with the desired force and direction. Extra holes given for par and under par.
Arcade - Released - 1995
Ultra Keibitai was released in January 1995 in Japan. The title of the game translates from Japanese as 'Ultra Guards'. This game is known outside Japan as Ultra X Weapons. You can change the Region via the dipswitches setting. This game is based on 'Ultraman', a famous Japanese live-action superhero series that has had numerous sequels and spin-offs since its debut in the 1960s. Generally, the main character is a normal human who uses an alien device to transform into a giant red-and-silver (sometimes with blue) creature called an Ultraman to combat alien monsters with the help of a...