Family Production

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MS-DOS - Released - 1995

Game based on the Connect Four board game.

Eol-ui Moheom

MS-DOS - Released - September 6, 1995

Eol-ui Moheom is a Korean-made colorful platformer starring the titular character Eol, a cute yellow anthropomorphic animal who must defeat an equally animal-like anthropomorphic demon and his minions. Eol traverses linear stages, jumping on stationary and moving platforms, and defeating regular enemies and bosses. He fights with his tail, which releases a projectile attack; he can also use his tail to grab on poles and trees. Another ability Eol has is sliding, which can be used to avoid enemies and fit into narrow passages.

Illusion Blaze

Illusion Blaze

MS-DOS - Released - November 1, 1994

Illusion Blaze is a Korean-made sci-fi horizontally-scrolling shoot-em-up. The player controls either of the two available spacecraft that must traverse hostile areas, dealing with regular enemies and bosses on the way. Power-ups include weapon upgrades, protective shields, and weapon-switching orbs. Like in Thunder Force IV, there are four types of weapons distinguished by their color; if the player has collected the corresponding orbs, it is possible to switch between them at will. Also like in Thunder Force IV, the player can select between four different initial stages.

Iron Blood

Iron Blood

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

Iron Blood is a side-scrolling action game where the player is given the opportunity to control two different robots through a futuristic society. Each robot has different weapons, different levels, and a different look. The levels range from standard side-scrolling ones where the player moves from one side of the screen to the other, fighting the enemy robots that get in the their way, to auto-scrolling flight levels where the player must move quickly and shoot down attackers. There are numerous bosses to face along the way.

Iron Blood

Iron Blood

Windows - April 3, 1996

Iron Blood is a side-scrolling action game where the player is given the opportunity to control two different robots through a futuristic society. Each robot has different weapons, different levels, and a different look. The levels range from standard side-scrolling ones where the player moves from one side of the screen to the other, fighting the enemy robots that get in the their way, to auto-scrolling flight levels where the player must move quickly and shoot down attackers. There are numerous bosses to face along the way.

Olmang Jolmang Paradise

MS-DOS - Released - September 2, 1995

Olmang Jolmang Paradise is a Space Harrier-like arcade 3D shooter that allows one or two players to control characters from various Family Production. There are eight controllable characters in total: the two ships from Illusion Blaze; the two mechas from Iron Blood; the two anthropomorphic animal heroes from Pee & Gity; and Shakii with his wife from Shakii the Wolf. Each character has his or her unique weapons, such as boomerangs, throwing discs, guns, etc. Characters can also execute unique powerful attacks, which deplete their health: for example, Gity summons a giant crocodile head,...

Py & Gity 2: The Industrial Age

MS-DOS - Released - August 1, 1996

The sequel to Pee & Gity Special (with the titular hero's name deliberately spelled in a less unsavory fashion) continues the brawler gameplay of the predecessor. Like before, the protagonists work together facing waves of enemies and punching them until the last is eliminated and they can advance to the next screen. The game introduces an additional controllable character, an anthropomorphic bird. A new feature compared to the previous games is a shop where characters can buy various power-ups with money collected during the brawls. Unlike its predecessors with their hand-drawn cartoony...

Py & Gity Special

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Pee & Gity Special is a sequel to Pee & Gity. Visually, the game is nearly identical to its predecessor. The two heroes also retain their moves and abilities. However, the sequel allows players to move the protagonists through a scrolling stage step-by-step after all enemies on the screen have been eliminated, similarly to more typical brawlers such as Double Dragon, and unlike the predecessor with its fixed screens. The gameplay follows closely the standards of this subgenre of fighting games: up to two players fight wave after wave of enemies, clearing the screen to move on, restoring...

Rebel Runner - Operation: Digital Code

MS-DOS - Released - March 1, 1996

The planet Ranax is under attack from the evil Maaron empire. The last Ranaxian soldier must find and use a digital code to shut down the empire's mind-controlling satellite. Rebel Runner - Operation: Digital Code is an arcade game where the main character shoots fireballs from his hands at extraterrestrial enemies, while crossing pre-rendered 3D levels. The character is controlled by either the keyboard (default buttons: CTRL for fire and ALT for jumping) or joystick. Each stage starts with three lives and the game saves progress between levels.

Shakii the Wolf

Shakii the Wolf

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

In this Korean-made cartoony arcade platformer, the player gets to control Shakii the wolf (who happens to look more like a fox). Shakii was the ruler of the peaceful kingdom of Shake until the evil, almost invincible Lion Warrior called Midnight Sword appeared, plunging the land of Shake into an abyss of chaos and darkness. Now, it is up to Shakii to gather his powers and prepare for a final showdown with Midnight Sword. Shakii the Wolf focuses mainly on platform jumping and melee fighting, with the protagonist using his fists and special moves to defeat the foes. Shakii has to traverse...

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