Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 16, 1994
One more pachi-slot game with the usual selection of pachi-slot machines to choose from and then attempt to win the jackpot. The idea is to play the machines enough times to get a sense of how its payouts work and then take that knowledge to real-life pachi-slot parlors. It was followed by Big Ichigeki! Pachi-Slot Daikouryaku 2: Universal Collection in 1995.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 21, 1995
Big Ichigeki! Pachi-Slot Daikouryaku 2: Universal Collection ("Big Blow! Great Pachi-Slot Tips 2: Universal Collection") is a pachi-slots game for the Super Famicom and the follow-up to 1994's Big Ichigeki! Pachi-Slot Daikouryaku. It was developed by frequent pachi-slot game developer Syscom and the publishing giant Ask Kodansha. Like its predecessor, it offers players the choice to play on a list of virtual slot machines that correspond to real-life equivalents, the idea being that the player can practice the machine in a risk-free environment and learn its quirks before taking on the real deal. As the title suggests, Big Ichigeki! 2 exclusively features thirteen machines from pachi-slots manufacturer Universal.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 24, 1993
Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman ("Real Mahjong: All-Night Mahjong") is a mahjong game for the Super Famicom that allowed for up to four competitors at once, a format that was still relatively rare due to the increased amount of AI calculations. The game features a story mode and many different characters, with distinctive anime avatars. Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman was followed up by both a sequel (Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman II, released the following year) and a reprint. The reprint was released in 1997, towards the end of the Super Nintendo's lifespan.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 13, 1995
Jissen! Mahjong Shinan ("Combat! Mahjong Guide") is a four-way mahjong game for the Super Famicom developed by frequent mahjong game developer Syscom for the Japanese magazine publishing giant ASK. The game offers multiple modes for the player's created character to pursue, and a rogue's gallery of opponents to test their wits against.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 26, 1995
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics is a compilation for the Super Famicom released in 1995. It features three of Nichibutsu's (or Nihon Bussan) Arcade games from the early 80s, adapted for consoles but otherwise left as-is. Contract developers Syscom were brought in to make the adaptations. It was followed up by Nichibutsu Arcade Classics 2, which contained the original 1979 Arcade version of Heiankyo Alien and a graphically enhanced remake. Games Included: Crazy Climber: An action game where the protagonist scales a building. Best known for its complex controls that independently control each hand. Frisky Tom: An action game where the protagonist has to maintain a plumbing system and protect it from rogue rats. Moon Cresta: A single-screen shoot 'em up similar to Galaxian in which the player's ship can dock with larger ships between stages to become more powerful.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 2, 1997
Pachi Slot Kanzen Kouryaku - Cranky Pro is a pachi-slot (gambling machine) game that features 2 different gambling machines and different levels of zoom. The 2 machines are Contest Cranky & Cranky Condor. Are based on the arcade slot machine of the same name released by Universal in 1995. A slot machine (American English), fruit machine (British English), poker machine (Australian English) or simply slot (American English) is a casino gambling machine with three or more reels which spin when a button is pushed. Slot machines are also known as one-armed bandits because slot machines were originally operated by a lever on the side of the machine (the one arm) instead of a button on the front panel, and because of their ability to leave the gamer penniless. Many modern machines still have a legacy lever in addition to the button. Slot machines include a currency detector that validates the coin or money inserted to play. The machine pays off based on patterns of symbols visible on the front of the machine when it stops. Modern computer technology has resulted in many variations on the slot machine concept. Slot machines are the most popular gambling method in casinos and constitute about 70 percent of the average casino's income. It is estimated that thirty percent or more of the profits from gambling machines come from problem gamblers.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 24, 1999
Pachi Slot Kanzen Kouryaku 4 - Universal Koushiki Gaido Vol.4 is a pachi-slot (gambling machine) game that features 5 different gambling machines and different levels of zoom. The 5 machines are Rainbow Quest, Skull Heads, B-Max, 10TacleS & Wolf-M. Are based on the arcade slot machines of the same names released by Aruze. The game also features the Hall Master mode in which the player is the owner of a pachinko store and he can choose the machines and the prizes and try to win money with the gamblers that play in his machines.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 28, 1994
Super Pachi-Slot Mahjong is a slot machine/mahjong compilation that allows players to play either mode from the main menu. The player can unlock high-stakes versions of both games by winning sufficiently at the "normal" level. The game also features a lot of casino bunny suit girls, similar to Nihon Bussan's Super Nichibutsu Mahjong series.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 23, 1994
Tokoro's Mahjong is a mahjong game for the Super Nintendo featuring the Japanese comedian and musician George Tokoro (real name Takayuki Haga). It follows a series of Arcade games where Tokoro plays mahjong against a series of colorful characters. The game features a freeplay mode where the player selects their opponents. There is also a story mode that intermittently features mahjong games.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 18, 2003
For the first time ever you have the chance to drive a train on the Playstation 2. You can compete in train races, pull some stock around, ram other trains of the track or just go for a spin through the countryside.