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Air Hockey

Air Hockey

Sony Playstation - Released - September 10, 2003

Air Hockey (Hooockey!! (SuperLite 1500 Series)) is a budget air hockey game for the PlayStation. There are four characters available to either play as or to face off against. The aim is to have a higher score than your opponent when the timer hits zero, and to make that a little easier there are bonuses strewn across the table. Some are activated upon touch, while others are stored with the player until used. The only two gameplay options are 1 player versus the computer or 2 players versus each other. Strange & futuristic hockey game with cartoon graphics.

Akai Ito

Akai Ito

Sony Playstation 2 - October 21, 2004

To arrange the inheritance because of the loss of her mother, Kei Hato heads for her father's house in Hemizuka. In the train on the way there, Kei has a mysterious dream of a huge tree and a woman who seems to be lost in sadness. In Hemizuka, Kei learns the secret concealed in her own blood through various meeting with an Oni Slayer, a friend of her late mother, a young girl accompanied by a white fox, and even the mysterious girl from her dreams. Throughout the story Kei is antagonized by the twin oni Nozomi and Mikage. Akai Ito's story varies greatly based upon the player's decisions, which...

Akko de Pon!: Ikasama Hourouki

Akko de Pon!: Ikasama Hourouki

Nintendo DS - Released - April 24, 2008

Akko de Pon! Ikasama Hourouki is a mahjong game that brings the full stock of "Ikasama" skills, that is to say fraud and trickery has been fully implemented. Enjoy thrilling Ikasama mahjong that you can't taste in traditional mahjong games! It is also possible to play normal mahjong.

Angolmois 99

Angolmois 99

Sony Playstation - Released - August 26, 1999

Anime Eikaiwa: Totoi

Anime Eikaiwa: Totoi

Sony Playstation 2 - August 30, 2001

After his mother passes away, Atonio and his family move from West Germany to his father's home country of Sardinia. There, everyone calls him Tottoi. Tottoi tries get used to his new life and make new friends. While taking a swim in a cavern he stumbles across a seal that is thought to be extinct. After his mother passes away, Atonio and his family move from West Germany to his father's home country of Sicily. There, everyone calls him Tottoi. Tottoi tries get used to his new life and make new friends. While taking a swim in a cavern he stumbles across a seal that is thought to be extinct.

Aoi Shiro

Aoi Shiro

Windows - Released - September 18, 2009

The Seijou Girls’ Academy Kendo Club is traveling to Shoushinji for a Summer training camp. Near there is an island, Urashima, where legend has it a demon extermination took place long ago. They arrive around the time of a festival which honors a god that is worshipped by the people of Urashima; it celebrates the onitaiji and ensure another year of health for the people. Around the time of the festival, the weather around Urashima worsens and storms will come. A few days into their training, Osanai Shouko finds a girl washed up on the shores near the location of the training camp. She...

Aoishiro

Aoishiro

Sony Playstation 2 - May 15, 2008

The Seijou Girls Academy's Kendo Club is traveling to Shoushinji for summer training camp. Near there is an island, Urashima, where a demon extermination took place long ago. They arrive around the time of a festival which honors a god that is worshipped by the people of Urashima, it celebrates the onitaiji and ensure another year of health for the people. Around the time of the festival, the weather around Urashima worsens and storms will come.

Asuka 120% Final BURNING Fest Final

Asuka 120% Final BURNING Fest Final

Sony Playstation - Released - May 27, 1999

As it's prequels, this game was only released in Japan. Much of the features were improved from the Limited version for Sega Saturn. In addition, a Windows port of this game titled "Asuka 120% BURNING Festival Return" was released as the very last entry of the franchise with very minor tweaks added.

Battle Hunter

Battle Hunter

Sony Playstation - Released - June 1, 2001

In Battle Hunter, play as a warrior that battles monsters and collects treasures from dungeons. To do this the player must go into a dungeon and find the target item that must be acquired. However, monsters are also lurking around plus the boss who will pop out if the game goes to long! The player may also fight other warriors to get their items (this is useful if someone else has the target item). The game supports up to four players.

Bomb Boat

Bomb Boat

Sony Playstation - Released - August 29, 2002

Bomb Boat is an action puzzle game in which players control the character to eat up all the fruits in order to finish the maze. Beware of the monster that goes after you! Bomb out the bridge to block its way! Enjoy this breath-taking Bomb Boat!

Check Mate

Check Mate

Sony Playstation - Released - April 12, 2001

A Chess series by Japan's Altron, picked up for publishing in Europe by Midas Interactive.

Chess

Chess

Sony Playstation - Released - November 29, 2001

This PlayStation adaptation of the classic board game allows two-player play or single player matches against ten different computer opponents. It also provides narrated video clips describing the history and rules of the game.

Chou Kousoku Igo

Chou Kousoku Igo

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 15, 2001

Chou Kousoku Mahjong

Chou Kousoku Mahjong

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 21, 2000

Chou Kousoku Mahjong Plus

Chou Kousoku Mahjong Plus

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 28, 2002

Choukousoku Reversi

Choukousoku Reversi

Sony Playstation 2 - December 21, 2000

Choukousoku Reversi is a game for the PlayStation 2 featuring Reversi, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2000.

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-1-dan: Tengoku ni Ikenai Papa

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-1-dan: Tengoku ni Ikenai Papa

Sony Playstation - Released - January 14, 1999

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-2-dan: Interceptor

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-2-dan: Interceptor

Sony Playstation - Released - February 18, 1999

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-3-dan: Arashigaoka

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-3-dan: Arashigaoka

Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-4-dan: Boy's Life

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-4-dan: Boy's Life

Sony Playstation - Released - April 22, 1999

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-5-dan: Zombie

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-5-dan: Zombie

Sony Playstation - Released - May 27, 1999

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-6-dan: Ai no Hate ni

Cinema Eikaiwa Series Dai-6-dan: Ai no Hate ni

Sony Playstation - Released - July 22, 1999

Cotton 2

Cotton 2

Sega ST-V - Released - 1997

Cotton 2 (コットン 2) is a direct sequel to Cotton. Released first as an arcade game on Sega's ST-V hardware in 1997. Only months later, it received a virtually arcade-perfect console port on the Sega Saturn. Cotton 2 sees a return to traditional horizontal scrolling in the series, but it also stands out among shoot 'em ups in general for its unique gameplay system. With a heavy incorporation of Newtonian physics, Cotton 2 ultimately mixes elements of 2D platformers with traditional shoot 'em up gameplay.

Cotton 2: Magical Night Dreams

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1997

Released first as an arcade game on Sega's ST-V hardware in 1997. Only months later, it received a virtually arcade-perfect console port on the Sega Saturn. Considered the true sequel to the first game in the series, Cotton 2 also marks the introduction of two new primary characters: Appli, a young princess, and her anthropomorphic hat, Needle. Cotton 2 sees a return to traditional horizontal scrolling in the series, but it also stands out among shoot 'em ups in general for its unique gameplay system. With a heavy incorporation of Newtonian physics, Cotton 2 ultimately mixes elements of 2D...

Cotton Boomerang

Cotton Boomerang

Sega ST-V - Released - 1998

Cotton Boomerang was also originally an ST-V arcade game, and it, too, received a home port on the Sega Saturn. It was made in 1998. Like Marchen Adventure Cotton 100%, Cotton Boomerang remixes graphics and gameplay from the previous game in the series (Cotton 2) with a number of new ideas. The gameplay in general is much more manic than Cotton 2, and Silk and Needle are playable as independent characters.

Cotton Boomerang

Cotton Boomerang

Arcade - 1998

Cotton Boomerang is sort of an expanded edition of Cotton 2, with remixed levels and enemies. The only real differences are in the gameplay mechanics, which aim to make the game more action-oriented by removing the health bar and the restrictions for weapon upgrading. Now that the health bar is gone, you get to select 3 different characters from a group of 8 that act as your "lifes" but each has distinct shooting patterns and abilities to enhance the gameplay. Additionally you can switch between characters at will (as long as they are alive) which triggers a bomb-like effect. Also...

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Sega System 16

Created by a small company named Success and marketed in the arcades by Sega, Cotton is a cutesy shoot-em-up featuring an adorable little witch. The early entries are fairly standard side-scrolling shoot-em-ups, and mostly rely on the adorable pink-haired main character, who rides a broom, who attacks with magic spells and has one of the most hilarious death screams in all of video gaming. The original game saw a release in America for the arcades, TurboGrafx-16 Super CD and Neo Geo Pocket Color, but the rest stayed in Japan.

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - January 1, 2000

The Evil Mist has slipped into Fairyland and smothered the Prism of Light in an everlasting blackness. The Fairies are gripped with fear and dread as they struggle in the murky, bleak day ... waiting in vain for the return of the morning light. Then, just when they are ready to give up in despair, one of them runs into the hungry young witch called Cotton. Hungry? Yessiree -- she can't get enough of those yummy "Willow" candles. She'll even risk fighting the big, bad beasts that await her for a taste or her beloved "Willows" Go Cotton! Go! Save Fairyland and get your Willows!

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams

Arcade - Released - 1991

Created by a small company named Success and marketed in the arcades by Sega, Cotton is a cutesy shoot-em-up featuring an adorable little witch. The early entries are fairly standard side-scrolling shoot-em-ups, and mostly rely on the adorable pink-haired main character, who rides a broom, who attacks with magic spells and has one of the most hilarious death screams in all of video gaming. The original game saw a release in America for the arcades, TurboGrafx-16 Super CD and Neo Geo Pocket Color, but the rest stayed in Japan.

Custom Mahjong

Custom Mahjong

Nintendo DS - Released - December 20, 2007

Dai-Mahjong

Dai-Mahjong

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2001

Dai-Mahjong is a Mahjong game, published by Hori, which was released in Japan in 2001.

Daisuki

Daisuki

Sega Saturn - Released - July 4, 1997

Military school in the near future. We need to train the best pilots from these rookie girls. Daisuki (だいすき) is a dating simulation game.

The Dark Spire

The Dark Spire

Nintendo DS - Released - April 14, 2009

Calling all fans of classic, first-person role playing games! The Dark Spire is an RPG of exploration and character development in the purest sense. The powerful Archmage Tyrhung resides in a tower of mist and shadow. He holds in his possession a jewel of great worth and power. A group of adventurers assemble. Will they be able to conquer Tyrhung and his nefarious tower? The party sets out, its fate yet to be determined… Parties will be assembled, stats will be rolled, items, weapons and armor shall be equipped, and monsters will be slain. Play in Classic Mode to experience a nostalgic...

D-CON

Arcade - Released - 1992

One or two players (simultaneously) control a spaceship defending a city by shooting enemy spaceships throughout many different levels.

Dr. Sudoku

Dr. Sudoku

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 26, 2006

Sudoku is the puzzle phenomenon from Japan, a game that looks like a math problem, but is in fact a twisting puzzler. The rules are simple: start with a grid consisting of nine three-by-three squares in which some of the numbers are already supplied. Fill in the blank squares so that each column, row, and three-by-three grid contains a number from 1 to 9 with none repeated. Dr. Sudoku for the Game Boy Advance is the first of a series of Sudoku products from Mastiff. The GBA title features 1,000 hand created puzzles, Original Mode (which lets you create you own Sudoku puzzles,) a tutorial...

Dragon Dance

Arcade - 2011

Drone Tactics

Drone Tactics

Nintendo DS - Released - March 13, 2008

Transported to an alien world, you find yourself in the middle of a great conflict. An army of evil Drones is on the march, threatening to obliterate the land of Cimexus. Its inhabitants now turn to you to lead them in battle against the Black Swarm. Each level offers new challenges, and taking full advantage of each Drone's unique specialties will be the difference between success and defeat!

Enpitsu de Oku no Hosomichi DS

Enpitsu de Oku no Hosomichi DS

Nintendo DS - Released - May 31, 2007

Exception

Exception

Taito Type X - 2011

Exception is set in abstract world of untextured boxes where player have to shoot incoming hordes of cubes. Your box gets 3 weapon: a stream laser, homing and catapult. When player hit cubes with stream laser, it'll be shattered into smaller pieces. You can then use homing laser to destroy all cubes into smaller pieces. Each time cube is destroyed, it'll charge up the catapult to create massive explosion.

Exception

Arcade - 2011

Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton

Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 23, 2000

Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton is a 2D side-scrolling shooter in which the player takes the role of the young witch Cotton, who sets out on her magical broom on a quest to get her favorite candy. Fortunately for us her obsession gets her in the way of several world-threatening terrors that she must destroy in standard shooter fare. The game features an experience-earning system in which the more enemies the player kills the more he can upgrade his weapon by collecting power crystals. Players can also charge their weapon for special attacks and enlist the aid of Silk, Cotton's magical fairy...

Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton Original

Fantastic Night Dreams: Cotton Original

Sony Playstation - Released - April 28, 1999

This game is a port of the Arcade game "Fantastic Night Dreams - Cotton" originally released in 1991. This version combines the enhanced digital CD-ROM soundtrack of TurboGrafx-CD release and the gameplay and graphics of the original Arcade version.

Game no Tatsujin

Game no Tatsujin

Sega Saturn - Released - June 9, 1995

Game no Tatsujin (ゲームの達人) is a set of video game interpretations of popular Japanese board games for the Sega Saturn

Game no Tatsujin 2

Game no Tatsujin 2

Sega Saturn - Released - March 15, 1996

Game no Tatsujin 2 (ゲームの達人2) is a set of video game interpretations of popular Japanese board games for the Sega Saturn and a sequel to Game no Tatsujin.

Gekikara Nanpure 2500 Mon

Gekikara Nanpure 2500 Mon

Nintendo DS - Released - December 20, 2007

Guardian Force

Guardian Force

Arcade - Released - 1998

A tank shooter developed and published by Success where you fight against big and bad bosses.

Guardian Force

Guardian Force

Sega Saturn - Released - August 6, 1998

Guardian Force (ガーディアン フォース) is a shoot-'em-up game released for the Sega Saturn by Success in 1998. It was later brought to Sega Titan Video arcade hardware.

Guardian Force

Guardian Force

Sega ST-V - Released - 1998

Guardian Force (ガーディアン フォース) is a shoot-'em-up game released and developed by Success.

Hakoniwa Seikatsu: Hitsuji Mura DS

Hakoniwa Seikatsu: Hitsuji Mura DS

Nintendo DS - Released - June 26, 2008

Hanafuda Shiyouyo

Hanafuda Shiyouyo

WonderSwan - Released - February 17, 2000

Hanafuda Shiyouyo is the first one-size-fits-all recreation of the traditional Japanese card game, Hanafuda. Drawing on the know-how and achievements of the Simple 1500 series The Hanafuda for PlayStation, Hanafuda Shiyouyo allows you to play two of the most popular games that use Hanafuda, Koi Koi and Hanafuda Alignment. You can easily play them in a short amount of time. It's the perfect game to accompany you when you're out and about, or just to kill time when you're meeting up.

Hissatsu Kung Fu: Kanji Dragon

Hissatsu Kung Fu: Kanji Dragon

Nintendo DS - Released - June 7, 2007

Hissatsu Kung Fu: Kanji Dragon is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Beyond Interactive and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2007.

Home Doctor

Home Doctor

Sony Playstation - Released - November 27, 1997

The Hunter

The Hunter

Sony Playstation - Released - April 12, 2001

Players battle malfunctioning robots guards and horrendously mutated creatures to recover the lost technology of a near-future Earth in the action-oriented role-playing adventure Battle Hunter, for the enduring PlayStation console. Civilization as we know it was wiped out in the Third World War and the few scientists who survive in the aftermath struggle to make use of their skills to bring humanity back from the brink of extinction before it is too late. As one of several competing "Hunters," the player quests through dangerously twisted post-apocalyptic lands in search of important...

Izuna: Legend of the Unemployed Ninja

Izuna: Legend of the Unemployed Ninja

Nintendo DS - Released - February 20, 2007

Izuna and her ninja clan are looking for a place to settle down after their old master Mugen decided that ninjas were obsolete, and booted them from his castle. Upon arriving at a village that's suitably out of the way for their "Grandboss", Gen-An, they decide to stay at an inn when Grandboss wanders off. While trying to find Grandboss, Izuna manages to offend the gods of the village, and everyone in the area starts behaving strangely. Now Izuna has to descend into the various shrines for the gods in order to set things right.

Johnny no Dasshutsu Daisakusen

Johnny no Dasshutsu Daisakusen

Nintendo DS - Released - August 28, 2008

Joshikousei Nigeru!: Shinrei Puzzle Gakuen

Joshikousei Nigeru!: Shinrei Puzzle Gakuen

Nintendo DS - Released - January 24, 2008

Kanji No Wataridori

Kanji No Wataridori

Nintendo DS - Released - June 1, 2006

Kanji no Wataridori is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2006.

Karaoke Quiz Intro Don Don!

Karaoke Quiz Intro Don Don!

Sega ST-V

Keeper

Keeper

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 15, 1994

Keeper is a cute action-puzzle game. A five-by-five grid fills up with colored blocks with different icons on them. Pikuru and Kintoto, the player characters, can move freely about the grid, climbing over the blocks, and pushing or pulling them in any direction where there is room. Line up three or more blocks of either the same color or the same symbol and they will disappear. If the entire grid fills up, the game ends. The game features a single-player mode and two-player battle and cooperative modes.

Kiite Oboeru Eitango: Alc No Kikutan Advanced

Kiite Oboeru Eitango: Alc No Kikutan Advanced

Sony PSP - Released - April 23, 2009

Kiite Oboeru Eitango: Alc no Kikutan Basic

Kiite Oboeru Eitango: Alc no Kikutan Basic

Sony PSP - Released - April 23, 2009

Kiite Oboeru Eitango: Alc no Kikutan Entry

Kiite Oboeru Eitango: Alc no Kikutan Entry

Sony PSP - Released - April 23, 2009

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Advanced

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Advanced

Sony PSP - Released - April 23, 2009

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Advanced is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Basic

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Basic

Sony PSP - Released - April 23, 2009

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Basic is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Entry

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Entry

Sony PSP - Released - April 23, 2009

Kikuite Oboeru Eitango: Arc no Kikutan Entry is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Kingdom Hearts unchained x

Kingdom Hearts unchained x

Android - Released - September 5, 2015

Konohana 2: Todoke Kanai Requiem

Konohana 2: Todoke Kanai Requiem

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 28, 2002

Meguru Momoi, a second-year student at Konohana high-school returns in another murder mystery adventure. He gained status of recognition after the infamous Grim Reaper murder mystery in the original game. Everything's back to normal, or so everybody thought, until one morning on their way to school, Meguru Momoi and his partner, Miako Tachibana, arrive only to see police cordoning the area of what appears to be a murder case. Thus they end up entangled in yet another series of murders case. This murder mystery adventure game plays as a typical visual novel with ability to view past...

Konohana: TrueReport

Konohana: TrueReport

Sony Playstation - Released - April 26, 2001

Konohana: True Report is a murder mystery adventure game with a touch of supernatural. This is the first game in Konohana series and takes place in a high-school, featuring Meguru Momoi as a protagonist, a second year student who just moved to Konohana high-school. As things would have it, what you thought to be the peaceful period until the graduation turns into a suspense thriller. The teacher has been killed, and together with Miako Tachibana, a second year student who is part of a school's newspaper club, you end up entangled in trying to solve the mystery behind the series of murder and...

Kuru Kuru Pyon Pyon

Arcade - Released - 1990

You can bet to any (or all) of the following 5 characters: Bote, Oume, Pyoko, Kunio, and Pyon Pyon. Press start, and the reels start to roll. You'll win if you can get 3 of the chosen character(s) in a row, column or diagonal. The black tadpoles behave just like jokers... If you have 2 chosen characters in a row and the remaining one is a black tadpole, it will transform into another character to complete the 3 in a row, allowing you to win. Red tadpoles are a bonus. Once you get one, it will go to the right panel, revealing a number. This number represents the extra credits you won.

Kuwagata Tsumami: Kuttsuke! Tsumami Bako

Kuwagata Tsumami: Kuttsuke! Tsumami Bako

Nintendo DS - Released - July 24, 2008

Kuwagata Tsumami is a Puzzle game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2008.

Lode Runner

Lode Runner

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - February 21, 2003

You're a highly trained Galactic Commando, deep in enemy territory. Your mission: to recover a fortune in gold, stolen from the Bungeling people by their power-hungry leaders. You'll be running, jumping, and climbing heroically, solving perplexing puzzles. With your laser pistol, you'll drill passageways through stone floors and barriers. To get through this mission alive, you'll need more than fleet feet and good looks. You'll need your quick wits and brains. And more than just a little luck.

Maerchen Adventure Cotton 100%

Maerchen Adventure Cotton 100%

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 22, 1994

This is the sequel to the original side-scrolling shooter Cotton, and it continues the adventures of the cute young witch and her quest for candy. The game features new levels and enemies, all rendered in a much lighter family-friendly tone. Gameplay remains the same as in the original, with the addition of being able to collect different magical spells additionally there are now 3 different difficulty settings to choose from.

Magical Night Dreams: Cotton 2

Magical Night Dreams: Cotton 2

Sega Saturn - Released - December 4, 1997

A direct sequel to the original Cotton and virtually an arcade-perfect port of the version for the Sega Titan Video arcade hardware. This game marks the introduction of two new primary characters: Appli, a young princess, and her anthropomorphic hat, Needle. Cotton 2 sees a return to traditional horizontal scrolling in the series, but it also stands out among shoot-'em-ups in general for its unique gameplay system. With a heavy incorporation of Newtonian physics, Cotton 2 ultimately mixes elements of 2D platformers with traditional shoot 'em up gameplay. The first release of this game also...

Magical Night Dreams: Cotton Boomerang

Magical Night Dreams: Cotton Boomerang

Sega Saturn - Released - October 8, 1998

It's a horizontal shoot-'em-up released for the Sega Saturn and Sega Titan Video arcade hardware as a remixed version of Cotton 2, featuring more characters, recolored tiles, altered stage layouts, etc.

Makeruna! Makendou 2: Kimero! Youkai Souridajin

Makeruna! Makendou 2: Kimero! Youkai Souridajin

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 17, 1995

Makenko used to be a normal boy—until he was kidnapped by the brain monster Dr. Mud and transformed into a cyborg capable of destroying both the monster and human worlds! On his quest for vengeance, he is inadvertently joined by Makendo, a fellow monster hunter who would prefer not to be, and her little sister Hikari who would like nothing better! Dastardly demons and wacky monsters abound as the trio fight the bad guys to kick some monster butt, and get Makenko's body back!

Märchen Adventure Cotton 100%

Märchen Adventure Cotton 100%

Sony Playstation - Released - March 27, 2003

This game is ported from the original Super Famicom release of early 1994. It is perhaps best described as something of a reinterpretation of the original Cotton – the enemy graphics and behaviors, the gameplay mechanics, some of the stages and bosses, as well as the plot itself are virtually identical to the first game. However, in addition to many unique stages and enemies, the theme and colors in this game are much brighter, and the actual level mapping is significantly different from the first game.

Mensetsu no Tatsujin: Tenshoku Hen

Mensetsu no Tatsujin: Tenshoku Hen

Nintendo DS - Released - October 25, 2007

Mensetsu no Tatsujin: Tenshoku-Hen is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2007.

Mitame Kara Yomigaeru: Otona no Kikonashi Training

Mitame Kara Yomigaeru: Otona no Kikonashi Training

Nintendo DS - Released - April 3, 2008

Monochrome Boo & Baby Boo: Kururin Boo

Monochrome Boo & Baby Boo: Kururin Boo

Nintendo DS - Released - December 10, 2009

Monochrome Boo & Baby Boo: Kururin Boo is a Puzzle game, developed by Success and published by Creative Core, which was released in Japan in 2009.

Monster Maker 4: Flash Card

Monster Maker 4: Flash Card

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2002

Monster Maker 4: Flash Card is a Role-Playing game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Monster Maker 4: Killer Dice

Monster Maker 4: Killer Dice

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2002

Monster Maker 4: Killer Dice is a Role-Playing game, published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Monster Puzzle

Monster Puzzle

Nintendo DS - Released - April 20, 2006

Fairy Tale World is in trouble! With less and less children reading fairy tales, people will forget the stories and Fairy Tale World will disappear forever. The monsters who feature in all of the fairy tale stories don't like this at all, so they take it upon themselves to rescue their world. Monster Puzzle is a puzzle game similar to Zoo Keeper or Bejeweled. You have a set grid of monsters that can be dragged with the stylus either left and right or up and down (up to a maximum of three spaces). If you match at least three monsters horizontally or vertically, that row of monsters will...

Nanpure 10000 Mon

Nanpure 10000 Mon

Nintendo DS - Released - March 8, 2007

Nihon Pro Mahjong Kishikai Kanshuu: Pro ni Naru Mahjong DS

Nihon Pro Mahjong Kishikai Kanshuu: Pro ni Naru Mahjong DS

Nintendo DS - Released - November 24, 2005

Ongaku Tsukuru Kanadeeru

Ongaku Tsukuru Kanadeeru

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 12, 1996

Ongaku Tsukuru Kanaderu ("Playing Music Maker") is music creation software for the Super Famicom and features a number of tools to help users create their own tracks with lyrics. It was released for the Super Famicom late in the console's lifespan and is considered a companion game to ASCII's "RPG Maker" (RPG Tsukuru) series along with Sound Novel Tsukuru, which was released the following month. The game has a number of synthesizer options along with being able to write sheet music and adding lyrics underneath. The player can enter music notes either by clicking on the appropriate row on...

Osawari Tantei: Ozawa Rina: Season 2 1-2: Rina wa Mita! Iya, Mite nai.

Osawari Tantei: Ozawa Rina: Season 2 1-2: Rina wa Mita! Iya, Mite nai.

Nintendo DS - Released - May 24, 2007

Oshiete! Popotan

Oshiete! Popotan

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 11, 2004

Popotan is a Japanese adult visual novel developed by Petit Ferret with character designs by Akio Watanabe under the alias Poyoyon Rock. It was originally released as a PC game for CD-ROM on December 13, 2002 and subsequently re-released on DVD-ROM and for the PlayStation 2 with certain scenes removed. Gameplay in Popotan follows a semi-predetermined plot; major events remain the same, but personal storylines can diverge from the player's choices. The game focuses on protagonist Chris, a drifter who meets three girls and their maid in a mansion near the ruins of Tokyo in the distant future....

Panorama Cotton

Panorama Cotton

Sega Genesis - August 12, 1994

Panorama Cotton (パノラマコットン) is a 1994 shoot-'em-up for the Sega Mega Drive developed by Success and published by Sunsoft exclusively in Japan. It is the third game in the Cotton series of so-called "cute-'em-ups" for their unique visual style, and diverts from the gameplay of other Cotton titles. The release packaging included a promotional tea cup, which is now quite rare. Its method of gameplay would be reprised for the Dreamcast Rainbow Cotton. Willows are special types of candies in a world of witches and fairies. Fairy Queen Velvet starts saying things that don't make sense, and the...

Pao Leeming Kanshuu: Fuusui Nyuumon

Pao Leeming Kanshuu: Fuusui Nyuumon

Sony Playstation - Released - January 25, 2001

Pic Pic

Pic Pic

Nintendo DS - Released - February 8, 2008

Test your puzzle solving skills with classic puzzles game Maze, brain busting Cruxipix and the new original game Magipix. Each game is more challenging than the next and will test even the hardened puzzle fans.

Pic Pic: Toku to E ni Naru 3-tsu no Puzzle

Pic Pic: Toku to E ni Naru 3-tsu no Puzzle

Nintendo DS - Released - April 26, 2007

Picture Puzzle

Picture Puzzle

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - April 27, 2000

The basic game is laid out on a blank grid, and it is your job to find out where and what the picture is beneath. You achieve this by knocking out squares in a similar fashion to Minesweeper, you guess calculated by the clues given alongside the playing area.

Pocke-Kano

Pocke-Kano

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 8, 2000

This simulation game was originally released for PlayStation as three separate games, each focusing on a single heroine. The Dreamcast version includes all three heroines: Yumi Aida, Shizuka Houjouin, and Fumio Ueno. While the PSX version supports PocketStation, the Dreamcast version uses visual memory which also uses graphical representation of the character you are interacting with, and emphasizes what is currently happening on the main screen. You can meet the girls, buy them gifts, talk to them, check the progress status, and play various mini-games. The game also includes printed stickers...

Pocke-Kano: Fumio Ueno

Pocke-Kano: Fumio Ueno

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

Pocke-Kano - Fumio Ueno is a sort of an adventure game with mini games in which the player start the game meeting Fumio Ueno, a little girl that he finds injured in the floor and he takes to an hospital. After that he will continue visiting her and during the game he will more or less appreciated by her depending of the results of the different mini games that the player can play in his PocketStation that will make him earn money to buy Fumio better presents. One different thing about the game is that you will see her raise from a little girl to a woman (the game last 7 years of the girl's...

Pocke-Kano: Shizuka Houjouin

Pocke-Kano: Shizuka Houjouin

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

Pocke-Kano - Shizuka Houjouin is a sort of an adventure game with mini games in which the player start the game meeting Shizuka Houjouin, a little girl that he finds in the park and after that she takes him to meet her mother. After that he will continue visiting her and during the game he will more or less appreciated by her depending of the results of the different mini games that the player can play in his PocketStation that will make him earn money to buy Shizuka better presents. One different thing about the game is that you will see her raise from a little girl to a woman (the game...

Pocke-Kano: Yumi Aida

Pocke-Kano: Yumi Aida

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

Pocke-Kano - Yumi Aida is a sort of an adventure game with mini games in which the player start the game meeting Yumi Aida, a little girl that he finds in the park and soon he will discover that she is his neighbour. After that he will continue visiting her and during the game he will more or less appreciated by her depending of the results of the different mini games that the player can play in his PocketStation that will make him earn money to buy Yumi better presents. One different thing about the game is that you will see her raise from a little girl to a woman (the game last 7 years of...

Pocket Reversi

Pocket Reversi

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - January 27, 2000

A board game for the Neo Geo Pocket Color, released in Japan and Europe in 2000.

Psyvariar 2: The Will To Fabricate

Psyvariar 2: The Will To Fabricate

Arcade

Quiz no Tabi: Tetsudou Ryojou Hen

Quiz no Tabi: Tetsudou Ryojou Hen

Nintendo DS - Released - May 29, 2008

Quiz no Tabi is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2008.

Quiz! Nihongo-ou

Quiz! Nihongo-ou

Nintendo DS - Released - December 14, 2006

Quiz! Nihongo-Ou is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Success, which was released in Japan in 2006.

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