Jaleco

Aeroboto

Aeroboto

Arcade - Released - 1984

Formation Z is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up video game initially released in arcades in 1984 by Jaleco. The arcade release was distributed by Williams and known as Aeroboto outside of Japan. It was later ported to the MSX and to the Famicom, the latter being included as part of Jaleco Collection Vol. 1 for the PlayStation. More recently the Famicom version of the game was made downloadable via the Wii's Virtual Console download service in Japan. Gameplay Taking place in the year 2701, the player controls a robot which can transform into an aero fighter on a mission to stop an alien super...

Alien Command

Alien Command

Arcade - Released - 1994

An elctro-mechanical shooting game released by Jaleco in 1994.

Argus

Argus

Arcade - Released - 1986

A vertical scrolling shoot 'em up. Fire guns and drop bombs on the enemies in this deep space battle. Pickup assorted power-ups. The screen also scrolls left and right if your ship nears the edges of the screen. Argus is a standard vertical shooting game like Raptor: Call of the Shadows or Tyrian; this game bears a strong resemblance to Terra Cresta, an arcade game. There is no story, this game is a straight arcade-action shooter. The game scrolls upward as waves of enemies attempt to impede your progress, shooting slow and fast moving bullets at your ship. Armed with air-to-air and...

Arm Champs II v2.6

Arm Champs II v2.6

Arcade - Released - 1992

Astyanax

Astyanax

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 21, 1989

Astyanax is a side-scrolling platform game. The controls are fairly simple: the A Button makes Astyanax jump, the B Button will attack with an axe called Bash, and a combination of up and attack will perform a special magic attack. The game also contains a few role-playing elements, such as weapons upgrades. It had a unique feature (for the time) of a bar that grows between attacks; the length of the bar determines how much damage Astyanax will do with his next attack. If one attacks rapidly, one's hits will do little damage, much unlike most games where a rapid succession of hits would all be...

The Astyanax

The Astyanax

Arcade - Released - December 21, 1989

The Astyanax, known in Japan as The Lord of King, is a side-scrolling action game developed by Aicom released for the arcades by Jaleco. A home version for the Nintendo Entertainment System, simply titled Astyanax, was released during the same time as the arcade version.

Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!!: Eternal Wings

Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!!: Eternal Wings

Sony Playstation - Released - July 30, 1998

Bakusou Kyodai Let's and Go!! Eternal Wings (or Racing Brothers Let's and Go!! Eternal Wings) is a 3-D anime-racing game on PSX and based also on the popular anime show Bakusou Kyodai Let's and Go!! MAX. The game is based on the anime cartoon about 4dw Mini racers, and the main characters Retsu and Go. othre characters are also availible with different cars and stats. The game can be customized with a wide range of parts that affect the cars performance. players can choose from motor type or even what batteries to use.

Bases Loaded '96: Double Header

Bases Loaded '96: Double Header

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1995

BASES LOADED '96: Double Header was the first baseball game to appear on the PlayStation. All of the players from Major League Baseball over 700 in all are here thanks to the license from the MLBPA. If you want to jump right into the action, put your team on the field in an exhibition game or a championship series. For those who are interested in testing their mettle against every other team in the league, play a season with 13, 26, 52, or 162 games. While going through the ups and downs of the season, take on the manager's role and decide who sits and who plays. You can also fill in the...

Battle Unit Zeoth

Battle Unit Zeoth

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 21, 1990

One last hope against the Heavy Metal Horde...Battle Unit Zeoth! - You've got everything you need! - A formidable foe! - A fired-up offense! - A dangerous mission! - A-MAZE-ing action! Battle Unit Zeoth takes place in the future where mankind is invaded by a race of alien robots known as the Grein. The Earth’s forces were triumphant in battle and the Grein forces fled the Solar System. However, as they retreated, the Grein left behind a secret underground base filled with self-replicating Grein machines. Forty-two years after the Earth’s victory, the Grein base opened and a new...

Best Bout Boxing

Best Bout Boxing

Arcade - Released - 1994

Best Bout Boxing is a 2D versus boxing game where you participate in a boxing tournament for the right to challenge the reigning World champion. The game offers seven boxers from around the world to choose from, each with their own moves. They are: Jose Hum Dinger from Mexico, Biff Vulgue from Australia, Carolde First from Great Britain, Jyoji Horiuchi from Japan, Kim Hi-Soo from South Korea, Thamalatt Zip from Thailand and Grute Smith from the USA. You fight each of the other fighters before battling World champion Draef Varona from Russia. You can win with a K.O. or a technical K.O....

Big Challenge! Dogfight Spirit

Big Challenge! Dogfight Spirit

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - October 21, 1988

Big Challenge! Dogfight Spirit is a vertical scrolling shoot 'em up in which the player controls a blue helicopter fighting against waves of enemy vehicles and ground turrets. Each mission takes the helicopter to a different part of the world, each with a distinctive if chromatically plain visual style. The game's power-ups, available by destroying smaller supply trucks driving across the screen, change the helicopter's weapons but do not make them stronger. It's even possible to collect the weaker original weapon again if the player is too careless. These range from a stronger...

Big Challenge! Go! Go! Bowling

Big Challenge! Go! Go! Bowling

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - June 23, 1989

Big Challenge! Go! Go! Bowling is the fourth and final game in the diverse Big Challenge series of Jaleco Famicom Disk System games, and the very last FDS game from Jaleco themselves. Go! Go! Bowling is a straightforward simulation of ten-pin bowling, the goal of which is to knock down as many pins in as few throws as possible.

Big Challenge! Gun Fighter

Big Challenge! Gun Fighter

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - March 28, 1989

Big Challenge! Gun Fighter is the third in Jaleco's Big Challenge! series of Famicom Disk System games. The player is a cowboy who must make their way across a Wild West town while shooting or avoiding the various enemies, which include rooftop gunmen, boxers and other ne'er-do-wells. The player can find additional ammo and health refills after defeating enemies, as well as money which can be spent at the start of each level on various items.

Big Challenge! Juudou Senshuken

Big Challenge! Juudou Senshuken

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - August 10, 1988

Big Challenge! Judo Senshuken (lit. Big Challenge! Judo Championship) is a Judo-themed competitive sports game developed for the Famicom Disk System and published by Jaleco Entertainment in 1988. It is the first title in Jaleco's "Big Challenge!" series. The object of the game is to defeat the opponent using legal Judo moves. This involves a lot of grapples, pins and throws. Defeating one opponent allows the player to work their way up the tournament ranks to progressively tougher foes.

Bombs Away (prototype)

Arcade - Released - 1988

A vertical scrolling shooter developed by Jaleco in 1988.

Brawl Brothers

Brawl Brothers

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 15, 1993

DOUBLE TROUBLE STREET FIGHTING ACTION! Fists and feet fly as the Brawl Brothers hit the streets in this explosive two player simultaneous fighting game. Score with the thunderous action of body slams, leg sweeps, jabs, hooks uppercuts, punching, kicking and more. Defeat the enemy and take over his role. Brawl Brothers features 10 realistic stages and three levels of difficulty. Blow-by-blow, Brawl Brothers packs a tremendous punch of realistic action. Take your best shot now!

Chameleon

Chameleon

Arcade - Released - 1983

A colorful platform game where the player controls a chameleon that loves eating eggs produced by the antagonist, who is a giant hen. There are also other chickens to contend with, which can kill you if they touch any part of your body aside from your tongue, which can kill them. Also there are bombs you can use to kill chickens as well.

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race

Commodore 64 - Released - 1991

The player takes on the role of an officer who must race his squad car through San Francisco in an attempt to win the first ever 'National Championship Police Car Steeplechase'. The gameplay is similar to that of other contemporary racing games, with a two-speed shifter and a chase view. It includes sights such as the famous trams and the Golden Gate Bridge. The player can pick from two cars, a Ford LTD Crown Victoria-lookalike police car and a Nissan 300ZX turbo-lookalike police car.

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race

Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

In this racing game, the players get to race in police cars instead of the usual racing cars driven by speed freaks (like in the Crazy Cars series). Break the law instead of upholding it, while racing through the streets of San Francisco (Cisco for short, hence the name). Take in the Golden gate Bridge, China Town and the Twin Peaks. Avoid collisions with trams, other cars (driven by annoying citizens), buildings and road blockades etc., while trying to reach the next checkpoint before the time runs out! Use your horn to alert other road-users of your presence.

Cybattler

Cybattler

Arcade - Released - April 1, 1993

Cybattler is a up-scrolling shoot 'em up game where you take control of the mecha CYX-0017 BLANCHE that can shoot and slash with its plasma sword in all direction in a space themed environment. As you make progress you have to fight of various space crafts in varying sizes, other mechas and bosses. As well as evading destructible rocks.

D-Day

D-Day

Microsoft MSX - 1984

You are in control of a battleship. You have to shoot enemy ships and destroy enemy bunkers while avoiding enemy fighters.

D-day (Jaleco)

D-day (Jaleco)

Arcade - 1984

Denjirou Sensei no Fushigi na Jikkenshitsu

Denjirou Sensei no Fushigi na Jikkenshitsu

Nintendo DS - Released - July 17, 2008

Denjirou Sensei no Fushigi na Jikkenshitsu is an Adventure game, developed and published by Jaleco Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2008.

Desert War

Desert War

Arcade - Released - 1995

A vertically scrolling helicopter battle game where the mission is to rescue the prisoners of war from enemy battlefields.

Dragon Seeds

Dragon Seeds

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1998

Enter the world of Dragon Seeds! As a Dragonsage you will need to genetically engineer, and train (essentially "ranch") your dragons for armed combat. Plus, you can use memory card data from any game to create high powered dragons. Dragon Seeds features a simple, RPG-like battle interface, tons of weapons and shields, and a two-player mode.

Dynamic Shoot Kyousou

Arcade - Released - 1988

E.D.F. Earth Defense Force

E.D.F. Earth Defense Force

Arcade - Released - 1991

The graphics will dazzle you, the speed will astound you... but if you don't think fast and shoot faster, you won't have a chance against the alien firestorm. Because in EARTH DEFENSE FORCE, the best defense is always a great offense. So get ready to hit first and hit fast!

Earth Defense Force

Earth Defense Force

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 25, 1991

A SUPER SAGA OF 23RD CENTURY SATELLITE WARFARE! The graphics will dozzle you, the speed will astound you... but if you don't think fast and shoot faster, you won't have a chance against the alien firestorm. Because in EARTH DEFENSE FORCE, the best defense is always a great offense. So get ready to hit first and hit fast in the hardest-hitting adventure to hit the Super NES screen!

Esper Boukentai

Esper Boukentai

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 13, 1987

Esper Boukentai is a platform action game developed by Jaleco for the Famicom and published in 1987. It is an exploration game which uses Jaleco's arcade game Psychic 5 as the basis for the story and the cast of characters which you use throughout the game. Each character possesses different attributes, including their jumping ability, their ability to hover in mid-air, and their strength. As in the arcade, some characters must be rescued in order to make them playable. This game boasts over 50 household items which serve as animated enemies throughout each level.

Exerion

Exerion

Arcade - Released - 1983

Exerion is a shoot 'em up game featuring parallax effects and inertia simulation, something notable for 1983. The player travels around strange scenarios shooting aliens. The player has two types of guns: fast single shot (limited) or slow double shot (unlimited). In 1984, along with the MSX1 port of the original, a sequel was released titled Exerion II: Zorni for the MSX1, with similar gameplay to the original. There were plans for an NES release of this game. In 1987, the game was followed by the semi-sequel titled Exerizer, also known as Sky Fox.

Exerion

Exerion

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

This is a shoot-em-up game with parallax effects in the background. It does have a simulation of inertia in the control of the ship. There are dozens of enemies and two types of shooting: slow and fast. Two weapon systems: one slow double-shot cannon and one fast single-shot cannon. With each enemy hit by the slow cannon you get one shot added to the fast cannon ammunition supply. A challenge stage follows each stage in which you can build up your fast-shot bullet supply.

Exerion II: Zorni

Exerion II: Zorni

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984

This is a shoot-em-up game is the sequel to Exerion again with parallax effects in the background. It does have a simulation of inertia in the control of the ship. There are dozens of enemies and two types of shooting: slow and fast. Two weapon systems: one slow double-shot cannon and one fast single-shot cannon. With each enemy hit by the slow cannon you get one shot added to the fast cannon ammunition supply. A challenge stage follows each stage in which you can build up your fast-shot bullet supply.

F-1 Grand Prix Star II

F-1 Grand Prix Star II

Arcade - Released - 1993

F1 Grand Prix Star II is a racing/driving video game for Arcade, created and published by Jaleco in 1993. it is the sequel to their 1991 game Grand Prix Star.

Formation Z

Formation Z

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

The player competes in a marathon continuous scrolling horizontal shoot-em-up game across land, sea, air and outer space. You can hold down the fire button for a burst of Charged fire, which is especially essential to defeat the bosses. The player can hold down the Jump button to transform back and forth between a Mobile Robot or an Aero Fighter. Some sections have confrontations on both ground and air; others insist on aerial battling. Your time in the Aero Fighter is limited by its fuel requirement.

Fortified Zone

Fortified Zone

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 26, 1991

He has the offense. She has the defense. Together they have a chance, in the ... FORTIFIED ZONE - He has the guts. She has the guile. - But in battle, you're on your own. - Blast through the front lines. - Blow their artillery away. - It takes teamwork to win in the Fortified Zone. Fortified Zone was ahead of its time in allowing the player to switch between characters during game play. Each character has their own strengths and weaknesses: Masato (the male mercenary) uses all the special weapons, but cannot jump. Mizuki (the female mercenary) can jump, but cannot use the special...

Fuuun Shourin Ken

Fuuun Shourin Ken

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - April 17, 1987

In Fuuun Shourin Ken, you control a rising martial artist who strives to defeat other great fighters. To do so, you must utilize a wide array of attacks to defeat your opponent before they knock you out first. You will compete in six different scenes against 13 different opponents. The game follows in the vein of Yie Ar Kung-Fu, and predates the original Street Fighter by only a couple of months. It features similar concepts such as a distinction between punch and kick attacks, relative directions, and a health bar for each fighter, depicted as a series of paper fans.

Fuuun Shourin Ken: Ankoku no Maou

Fuuun Shourin Ken: Ankoku no Maou

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - April 22, 1988

Fuuun Shourin Ken: Ankoku no Maou is the sequel to Fuuun Shourin Ken, which was published almost exactly one year prior. Like its predecessor, it features concepts such as a distinction between punch and kick attacks, relative directions, and a health bar for each fighter. Ankoku no Maou combined the one on one fighting aspect of the game with a visual novel presentation that allowed you to select your next opponent. It also altered the control scheme to something slightly more conventional. All punch attacks are performed with B button while all kick attacks are performed with A...

The Game Paradise: Master of Shooting!

The Game Paradise: Master of Shooting!

Arcade - Released - 1995

Choose one of five characters with different powers and get the bad guy who has infiltrated an amusement arcade. Fly into the machines and battle all the things found in a classic arcade: cocktails, uprights, printed circuit boards, pinballs, fruit machines, skill games and lots more.

Ganbare Jajamaru Saisho wa Goo / Ganbare Jajamaru Hop Step & Jump

Arcade - Released - 1990

Goblin Commander: Unleash the Horde

Goblin Commander: Unleash the Horde

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 11, 2003

Set in a fantasy world, the story follows the tale of a civil war between goblin clans after their creator and master is killed. The gameplay is a combination of real-time strategy and light action where players gather resources and build up their horde of goblins while also being able to take direct control of certain units.

Goblin Commander: Unleash the Horde

Goblin Commander: Unleash the Horde

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 11, 2003

Set in a fantasy world, the story follows the tale of a civil war between goblin clans after their creator and master is killed. The gameplay is a combination of real-time strategy and light action where players gather resources and build up their horde of goblins while also being able to take direct control of certain units.

Grand Prix Star

Grand Prix Star

Arcade - Released - 1991

Grand Prix Star is a Racing game with great graphics for the time, developed and published by Jaleco Entertainment, which was released in 1991.

Gratia: Second Earth

Gratia: Second Earth

Arcade - Released - 1996

Gratia offers a particular perspective where the ground fills the entire screen. This graphic bias is important, since your ship has, in addition to the primary fire, an air-ground laser. This air-to-air / air-to-ground armament, all in all very classic, is here highlighted: there are permanently on all the screen two types of enemies for which it is necessary to use two different types of weapons. The game is rather enjoyable to play without reaching peaks, and will probably appeal to lovers of Darius which it is quite clearly inspired. His great strength however is his graphics: once past...

GT 24

GT 24

Sega Saturn - Released - May 28, 1998

Super GT 24h is a 3D arcade racing game developed and published by Jaleco for Sega Model 2B CRX hardware. It was originally released in 1996, with a watered down Sega Saturn port appearing in Japan in 1998. The Saturn version of the game is known as GT24.

GUNbare! Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise 2

GUNbare! Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise 2

Sony Playstation - Released - March 19, 1998

The evil scientist Genius Yamada is trying to take over the world of video games. Yuki Ito, part-time bunny girl at the "You and Me" arcade, enlists the help of a variety of Jaleco game characters to travel through the game world and put a stop to his nefarious plans. The playable characters include: Jeynus Starmine, pilot of the Fighter-EX from Exerion Seria, pilot of the ship from Plus Alpha Pig, from Okkotoshi Puzzle Tonjan!? Z-DYNE MK II, the successor to the mech from Formation Z Miki and Misato, two young girls piloting the radar ship Genesis 3 from Field Combat Sakura, the...

HammerLock Wrestling

HammerLock Wrestling

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1994

Plug in Hammerlock and get a look at in-your-face, action-packed wrestling like you've never seen it before: up close. How close? Jaleco's exclusive ringside perspective brings the action right under your eyelids. In addition to the main screen, you get two ringside screens. See your opponent's hand pull back for a punch so you can time your dodge perfectly. Then watch the close-up screen explode to twice its regular size as you grab his legs and throw him into a spine splintering suplex. See it all like it's just inches away - closer than you've ever seen it before. - 12 wrestlers and over...

Hayaoshi Quiz Ouza Ketteisen: The King Of Quiz

Arcade - Released - 1993

A 3 player Quiz game in Japanese.

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai II Limited

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai II Limited

Sony Playstation - Released - September 20, 1996

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai is a series of mahjong video games that have been released on a variety of systems including arcade, PC, and video game consoles. The first game in the series was on the Super Famicom in 1993 as Bishoujo Janshi Suchie-Pai and was renamed Idol Janshi Suchi-Pai for its subsequent releases. This game is notable for Kenichi Sonoda doing the character designs. There is also an anime OVA that is based on the game. Once every century, the legendary mahjong dials called the "Legendary Pai" show themselves to the world, and if you collect them all it will grant you any wish....

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai Special

Arcade - 1993

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai Special

Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai Special

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - January 12, 1995

The Ignition Factor

The Ignition Factor

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 11, 1994

Challenge your arcade and strategic skills to eight levels of blazing excitement. Dodge exploding barrels, douse torrential fires, and rescue the trapped in an attempt to stave off one of nature's most powerful and destructive weapons - FIRE! The two part nature of the game allows you to strategically choose your firefighting equipment and gather information from the people trapped inside. If you can handle the pressure, you'll be celebrated by the entire town as the hero that you are.

Ikari no Yousai

Nintendo Satellaview - 1998

Ikari no Yousai is a view-limited Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in at least 2 runs between February 1, 1998 and December 19, 1998.

In Your Face

In Your Face

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 1, 1990

In Your Face is one of the first basketball games released for a portable system. The game allows one or two players mode. Each mode consists of two different game modes: "1 on 1" or "2 on 2". Each of the modes allow: Character selection: four characters available. Rules selection: Losers Out (if your opponent scores you get the ball) and Winners Out (if you score you keep the ball). Time or Score: Minutes (1, 3, 5 or 10 minutes); Points (10, 15, 20 or 25 points).

In Your Face

In Your Face

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1991

In Your Face is a one-on-one (or two-on-two) half court street basketball game. It appears to be based on a previous basketball game published by Jaleco on the NES known as Hoops.

Jajamaru Gekimaden: Maboroshi no Kinmajou

Jajamaru Gekimaden: Maboroshi no Kinmajou

Nintendo Entertainment System - May 29, 1990

JaJaMaru Gekimaden is an action role-playing game, with gameplay similar to The Legend of the Zelda. Players control the protagonist character through towns, dungeons, and a world map. Each different type of map features top-down exploration. When moving through a dungeon, the protagonist will gradually recover health. The protagonist can equip different types of weapons and items that he can buy or find and use them during combat. Dungeons are made up of several rooms with enemies inside. Occasionally, an enemy will drop money when defeated, which can be used to buy items or heal health...

Jaleco Rally Big Run: The Supreme 4WD Challenge

Jaleco Rally Big Run: The Supreme 4WD Challenge

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 20, 1991

A rally racing game and sim in which the player takes part in the Paris-Dakar rally. The game actually begins in Tripoli, Libya and passes through around 2,500 miles of African desert, swamp and jungle on the way to Dakar. In addition to passing each checkpoint under the required time - the checkpoint system ubiquitous in solo racing games of the era - the player must also be aware of environmental dangers along the course and needs to select a sponsor, navigator and engineer team before starting. They must also balance the weight of their car, as too few replacement parts might cause a...

JWP Joshi Pro Wrestling: Pure Wrestle Queens

JWP Joshi Pro Wrestling: Pure Wrestle Queens

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 23, 1994

This is a game dedicated to the JWP Joshi Pro Wrestling federation of wrestling! The wrestlers are exclusively women. There are several game modes from tag team to versus mode and options.

Kick Off: Jaleco Cup

Kick Off: Jaleco Cup

Arcade - Released - 1988

Kick Off is a 1988 soccer/football game developed and published by Jaleco.

Knight Lore

Knight Lore

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - December 19, 1986

Our hero must reach Melkhior, a somewhat eccentric wizard who is the only one who can save him. As with most Ultimate titles of the day, reaching him is a long and treacherous challenge, involving both puzzle-solving and action, meaning that each screen requires thorough planning and precise navigation. The game uses the isometric viewpoint in a manner similar to the later Head Over Heels, using monochrome (save for the Famicom conversion) but detailed graphics and techniques to avoid flickering sprites. The game lasts for 40 days and nights - at night your character turns into a werewolf....

Mahjong Angel Kiss

Mahjong Angel Kiss

Arcade - Released - 1995

Mahjong Angel Kiss was produced by Jaleco in 1995. A japanese mahjong game with a mature theme.

Mahjong Channel Zoom In

Mahjong Channel Zoom In

Arcade - 1990

Mahjong Daireikai

Mahjong Daireikai

Arcade - 1989

Mahjong Kakumei

Mahjong Kakumei

Arcade - Released - 1990

Mahjong Kakumei II: Princess League

Mahjong Kakumei II: Princess League

Arcade - Released - 1992

Moero!! Nettou Yakyuu '88

Moero!! Nettou Yakyuu '88

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1988

Moero!! Nettou Yakyuu '88 is a Sports game, developed and published by Jaleco, which was released in Japan in 1988.

Moero!! Pro Yakyuu Homerun Kyousou

Arcade - 1988

Momoko 120%

Momoko 120%

Arcade - Released - 1986

Momoko 120% is a 1986 arcade game by Jaleco released only in Japan. The game features Momoko, a young Japanese girl who ages by several years each time the player reaches the next level. The goal for each level is to quickly climb several floors by escalator, ladder, or trampoline in the building she is in before the fire that is below her reaches her. After progressing through all levels, Momoko gets married and gives birth to a new Momoko, starting the cycle anew.

Monty on the Run: Monty no Doki Doki Dai Dassou

Monty on the Run: Monty no Doki Doki Dai Dassou

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - July 31, 1987

In 1987, Jaleco procured the rights to publish Monty on the Run in Japan on the Famicom Disk System. Rather than stay close to the source material, like they did with their port of Knight Lore, Monty on the Run was drastically changed for this release. Renamed Monty no Doki Doki Daisassou, or "Monty's Heart-Pounding Great Escape", the game plays much more like a straightforward NES platformer. The goal is to search caverns to find tiles with parts of the true culprit's face - forming the full image at the end will get Monty off the hook. It still retains some aspects of the original,...

Murder on the Mississippi

Murder on the Mississippi

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

The famous detective Sir Charles Foxworth is taking a holiday on the Mississippi with his servant Regis on the Delta Princess. He's just taking a stroll around the upper deck of the ship when he discovers an open cabin door. Behind it: a dead man. As it turns out, the body of Raleigh Cartwright III. Sir Charles has three days to find the murderer, because then, the ship will reach New Orleans, giving the culprit a safe chance to escape. Murder on the Mississippi has four possible endings with many variations on each one. Don't let the Delta Princess arrive to New Orleans before you solve...

Naughty Boy

Naughty Boy

Casio PV-1000 - Released - 1982

Naughty Boy is a Shoot 'Em Up game from Jaleco based on the arcade game of the same name. You stand in the forest but it is not Idyllic, there are several monsters around you and a safety zone behind the red door, which the monsters cannot enter. The same type of doors appear on fences along the side of the screen. Naughty Boy can appear on the other side of the screen by passing through these doors. Naughty Boy must maneuver his way safely through the forest, past the fences and ponds and destroy the flags that are flying on the goblin-guarded fortress with thrown rocks.

Naughty Boy

Naughty Boy

Arcade - Released - 1982

Naughty Boy was produced by Jaleco in 1982. A vertical scrolling game where the player controls a boy who throws rocks at monsters to destroy them. The longer you hold down the fire button, the farther your character can throw rocks. The boy must avoid monsters while attempting to make it to the top of each level and proceed on to the next. There are a number of flags at the top of each level that must be destroyed in order to proceed to next level. Occasionally, there is a bonus round where your character flys back and forth at the top of the screen in a hot-air balloon in an attempt...

Ninja Jajamaru: Ginga Daisakusen

Ninja Jajamaru: Ginga Daisakusen

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 21, 1991

Squashed was the cancelled English version title. One evening as Jajamaru and Sakurahime where watching a rare meteor storm, they witnessed a UFO crash land just beyond a nearby mountain. Inside the vessel they discovered the Great Galactic King. The king claimed the evil Don Destroida had just transformed his precious star into a mechanical planet filled with fearful robots. Our heroes than decide it is up to them to save the universe from Don Destroida and his robot horde. Jajamaru and Sakurahime are granted hammers by the Great Galactic King before taking off into space with the king's...

Ninja Kazan

Arcade - 1988

Ninja Kazan is a platformer/hack and slash arcade game by Jaleco in 1988. The kazan has a sword when you start, but then you can have shurikens, a chain, and three kunais as bullets (the kunais are the only weapon that you can lose when you get hit). The player can obtain magic, holding down the button can unleash magic that can be powerful than the default weapon you use. There's a total of four scrolls that you can obtain to earn more magic. On the start of the game, you have three hit points, but by getting items, you can increase your health by one hit point. Extra lives are in the...

Operation Logic Bomb: The Ultimate Search & Destroy

Operation Logic Bomb: The Ultimate Search & Destroy

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1993

The best scientists in the world have been working for years on the Subspace Particle Transfer Project, a process that uses subspace transporters to dematerialize an object, then instantly rematerializes it at another location. Short distance transfers of individuals have also been successful, and the scientists were about to begin long-range transport experiments. However, contact with the research laboratory has been lost. Someone - or something - has taken over the facility and shut down all outside communications. There is no information about the intruders or their capabilities... no...

Over Rev

Over Rev

Arcade - Released - January 1, 1997

Over REV is a 1997 racing game developed by Jaleco for Sega's Model 2 arcade board. It features four nicely rendered tracks across the Greater Tokyo Area. Although it has some serious issues with driving and collision physics, if you stick with the game long enough to overcome its intricacies, it can be pretty rewarding. Like Jaleco's other Model 2 racer, Super GT 24h, you'll want to use an automatic transmission.

Over Rev

Arcade

Over Rev

Over Rev

Sega Model 2 - Released - 1997

Over Rev (オーバーレブ) is a racing game developed by Jaleco for Sega's Model 2 arcade board. It features four nicely rendered tracks across the Greater Tokyo Area. Although it has some serious issues with driving and collision physics, if you stick with the game long enough to overcome its intricacies, it can be pretty rewarding. Like Jaleco's other Model 2 racer, Super GT 24h, you'll want to use an automatic transmission.

Parallel Turn

Parallel Turn

Arcade - Released - 1984

Parallel Turn was produced by Jaleco in 1984. A top-view, vertical-scrolling skiing game with six events: Ski Lift, Slalom, Ski Jump, Biathlon, Dog Sled and Downhill. Bash the buttons to increase your speed.

The Peace Keepers

The Peace Keepers

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 1, 1994

After years of worldwide war, a single corporation rises to power and promises an age of prosperity, enforced by its army of robots, The PeaceKeepers. But something's not quite right, rumors of people horribly altered by genetic experiments. Stories of PeaceKeeper robots going beserk, creating chaos an destruction. And while most of the world ignores these stories, a handful of young heroes decide to check things out for themselves. You control the heroes in this fast-paced, action-packed, fight to the finish. Get comfortable with each character's awesome special moves, but learn your...

Pinball Quest

Pinball Quest

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 30, 1990

Don't let the name fool you - Pinball Quest is much more than video pinball. In fact, it's the first-ever multi-screen fantasy in a pinball format! Every move you make tells a story; every shot takes you another step closer in your quest to rescue the captive princess of the castle. Along the way you'll meet ghosts, goblins, witches and demons, in an endless labyrinth of treacherous passages and deadly doorways. It takes a fearless heart and a fast mind to conquer Pinball Quest. It also takes the skills of a true pinball wizard... which you can hone on the three other video pinball games...

Pinbo

Pinbo

Arcade - Released - 1984

Pinbo was produced by Jaleco in 1984. A video pinball game from Jaleco. In additional to the standard pinball gameplay, the player must also prevent enemies from eating their pinball. If the player manages to spell "JALECO," a bonus round will be earned. A version of this game was released by Strike in 1985. It is unknown if this was either a licensed copy or a bootleg.

Pipi

Pipi

Microsoft MSX - Released

Plus Alpha

Plus Alpha

Arcade - Released - 1989

Plus Alpha was produced by Jaleco in 1989. A cutesy airplane shooter. Some of the levels are: Wind Country, Sea Colony, Flower Town, Snow Country, Sand City, Dark Sodom, and Eden.

Pop Flamer

Pop Flamer

Arcade - Released - 1982

In this action arcade game, you play the role of a flamethrower-wielding mouse. You explore each round - there are multiple screens and scrolling graphics) - and your aim is to find and pop all the red balloons. You dodge or incinerate enemy creatures.

Pro Sport Hockey

Pro Sport Hockey

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 1, 1994

Real superstars on ice in super-real pro action! You thought it had to be live to be this fast, this rough, this real. From the first faceoff to the last body check, Pro Sport Hockey shows you hockey the way it was meant to be seen. Explosive slap shots. Spectacular saves. Acrobatic passes. Line changes, off-sides calls, penalties and much, much more - it's all here. So get in on the action of big league play. Pro Sport Hockey has arrived!

Pulse Racer

Pulse Racer

Microsoft Xbox - January 2, 2003

Pulse Racer is a Jaleco Xbox racing game released on January 2, 2003, albeit only in North America. It is billed as a futuristic cart-style racing game in a similar vein as Mario Kart taking place in 2024, featuring "high-tech tools" and "sleek vehicles" where racers must use their own life force to beat the competition. It is often regarded as one of the worst Xbox games on the market.

Radical Bomber!! Jirai-kun

Radical Bomber!! Jirai-kun

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - July 29, 1988

Radical Bomber!! Jirai-kun FDS is a strategy game developed and published by Jaleco for the Famicom Disk System in 1988. The environment of the game resembles a giant board game where each player moves from one space to another. The goal of Radical Bomber is to carefully think out a plan of action and find a way to trap the opponents by removing connections between each "square" on the map. Successfully isolating an opponent from the rest of the board causes them to forfeit the game. If you manage to isolate every every opponent, Jirai-kun will advance the next level. This game was only...

Rival Turf!

Rival Turf!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 27, 1992

They're rough, they're tough, and they're tired of the street punks that have taken over their turf. And that spells trouble for trash-talkin' Big Al and his mob of inner city riff-raff. Because these brothers are out to take back the streets, no matter what it takes--and they won't stop punching, kicking, and slamming until they clear the trash from every alley in America!

Rock'n 3

Arcade - 1999

Rock'n 4

Arcade

Rock'n MegaSession

Arcade - 1999

Rock'n Tread

Arcade - 1999

Rock'n Tread 2

Arcade - 1999

Rod-Land

Rod-Land

Arcade - Released - 1990

Rod-Land was produced by Jaleco in 1990. Two cute fairies must use their rods to catch the enemies and then slam them around on their way to the castle. This game was a Japan only release. The player(s) control one or two fairies called Tam and Rit armed with a magic wand (rod). Following the concept of Taito's Bubble Bobble, the rod doesn't kill the monsters directly, but only leaves them immobilized, crying. To kill them, the rod can grasp them in a magic force-field and the player can smash them down over her head until they disappear and leave a power-up behind. Each level is only...

Saint Dragon

Saint Dragon

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1990

Cyborg Monsters have taken over the galaxy, reducing race after race into slavery. Being designed by man these beings have superior firepower and attack capabilities, and can only really be beaten by one of their own. St. Dragon the Cyborg Warrior chooses to fight back against this tyranny, and that is the role you take in this horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up. Five R-Type-style levels await, with a wide variety of weapons on offer. When you lose a life (even your last life; there are continues on offer as well) you don't lose any of your power-up weaponry, but the restart points are...

Saint Dragon

Saint Dragon

Arcade - 1989

Saint Dragon is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up in which the player controls the cyborg Saint Dragon, who has rebelled against the tyrannical Monster Cyborg army. Saint Dragon is initially armed with a plasma bolts and a fiery breath. By collecting tokens, the dragon's firepower can be upgraded with pulse torpedoes, a laser, bouncing bombs, ring lasers or a turret. Other tokens can upgrade the dragon's speed, weapon power, or initiate a "hyper" mode which endows maximum firepower and invulnerability. In addition, the dragon has an armoured tail which follows the player's movement, allowing it to...

Scud Hammer

Arcade - Released - 1994

Scud Hammer was produced by Jaleco in 1994. A strange little Japanese game from Jaleco that sort of blends rock, paper, scissors with a fighting game.

Shingen Samurai-Fighter

Shingen Samurai-Fighter

Arcade - Released - 1988

The game play is simple, you have 2 attack buttons and 1 jump button. The 2 buttons have a right and left direction, meaning that you can't attack on the direction where you're going. The right button has a right attack button, and the left button has a left button. The jump button has automatically the attack instead of requiring to press to attack button while jumping. You can get power ups that spell "Samurai*". The power ups that spell "Samurai" have the abilities in each piece are: "Sa" - Speeds up your player, "Mu" - Gives you a shield, "Ra" - Enchances your sword, and "I*" - more...

Sky Fox

Sky Fox

Arcade - Released - 1987

Sky Fox was produced by Jaleco in 1987. A multi-stage space shoot 'em up. Fight women riding on dragons, eliminate a screen-full of aliens, dodge and/or shoot large asteroids, and destroy end bosses. A multi-stage game like that of Gorf. Your ship is equipped with two kinds of fire power. The first is an unlimited use shot that is slow and hard to control. The other is a limited-quantity fast shot that is much more effective. You can earn more of these fast shots by collecting power-ups released by enemies that have been destroyed. Battle against women (foxes?) riding on dragons, large...

Slam Dragon

Slam Dragon

Sony Playstation - Released - April 12, 1996

Wage a fierce battle in fighting action with CD rendered music and realistic characters. 8 fighters have taken to the fight and seek to confront X.

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