Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 25, 2003
Azumanga Daioh Advance is a puzzle game released for the Gameboy Advance hand held system on April 25th, 2003. It was published and developed by King Records. Azumanga Daioh Advance was a Japan only release and was never planned to be sold over seas.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 10, 1998
Doki Doki Poyatchio!! tells the story of a young girl (default name is Jean) in a one month summer vacation (in a near futuristic world) that have to deliver food, letters and other items to the other characters in town. Her cousin Maria will be the one that will send him on those missions and the player have to deliver all the things she asked about. The characters of the town move around the map so is the player's duty to find them and solve the missions. The player's character's can also talk to the rest of the people of the town and move freely meanwhile he is delivering the items. When she solve some of the missions new places of the town will be opened to explore and find more people to deliver them other things.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 14, 1997
Fishing Koshien II is the sequel released in Playstation and Saturn consoles to a SNES game released in 1996. The game features 2D beatiful graphics, lot of different characters to play with (male and female ones) 3 of them in your team and compete and that challenging fishing tournament in different places in Japan (with different fishing spots).
Sega Saturn - Released - January 15, 1998
Mario Mushano no Chou Shougi Juku (マリオ武者野の超将棋塾) is a shougi game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - October 23, 1997
Mario Mushano's Hyper Shogi School (Mario Mushano no Chou Shogi Juku) is a shogi game in which the player will learn how to play watching the different computer movements, watching other matches, trying to play a match, etc. Training with the game the player can answer the different shogi questions and pass the different stages and obtain the certificate.
Sega Saturn - Released - December 13, 1996
Shusse Mahjong Daisettai (出世麻雀 大接待) is a mahjong game for the Sega Saturn.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 23, 1996
Shusse Mahjong Daisettai (出世麻雀 大接待) is a mahjong game for the Sony Playstation. A riichi mahjong game with a unique story mode twist: as an up-and-coming salaryman, rise through the ranks by making your clients and bosses happy, even if it means losing the match.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 11, 1999
Sougaku Toshi Osaka is a simulation game that takes place in the future in which the player can choose a party of 3 member from 6 different characters. In the game the characters can improve their stats doing different jobs and activities each week meanwhille they go to different places of Osaka and there they can talk with different characters and go to shops and buy different items. The gameplay use a first person perspective and use close up views when the player characters appear and when they talk to other characters. The game features different events during the weeks.
Sony Playstation - Released - August 16, 1999
Super Bass Fishing is a fishing game developed by King Records in 1999 for the Playstation One console. The game features a first person perspective for the fishing part and 2 game modes: - Tournament Mode: Single play only, there the player can compete in a fishing tournament and try to win it. In this mode there are different fishing spots and tournaments to compete in, there is also a shop where the player can buy new rods, lures, etc using his fishing points. - Vs Fishing Mode: A 2 players split screen option for 2 human players to compete at the same time.