Visco

Andro Dunos

Andro Dunos

SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - July 17, 1992

The player controls a futuristic fighter spacecraft with different weapon settings that you can switch between, and shoot enemies, collect power-ups, and defeat bosses to advance levels.

Bang Bang Busters

Bang Bang Busters

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - April 1, 2011

After being called in on a false SOS signal, the two player characters must defeat the villainous Honey's dark army. They do so by shooting them until they inflate, then by grabbing and throwing them at other onscreen enemies. Hitting multiple enemies in a single throw results in more bonus points, and the screen will end after either all enemies have been destroyed, or after an enemy spawner is destroyed. Each stage has five screens, and every other stage ends with a fight against a durable boss character that can inflate the player character.

Bass Rush:  Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Bass Rush: Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 28, 2000

Bass Rush: ECOGEAR Powerworm Championship is a fishing video game released for the Dreamcast and Nintendo 64. This version was a Japan exclusive and is compatible with both rumble pack and fishing rod. The murky waters are well suited to the N64’s fogging abilities and the results are a very savory sports title reeling in the likes of Get Bass hook, line and sinker.

Bass Rush:  Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Bass Rush: Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 28, 2000

Bass Rush: ECOGEAR Powerworm Championship is a fishing video game released for the Dreamcast and Nintendo 64. This version was a Japan exclusive and is compatible with both rumble pack and fishing rod. The murky waters are well suited to the N64’s fogging abilities and the results are a very savory sports title reeling in the likes of Get Bass hook, line and sinker.

Battle Flip Shot

Arcade - January 1, 1998

Battle Flip Shot (sometimes also referred to simply as Flip Shot) is a 1998 ball-and-paddle game developed and published by Visco exclusively for the arcade cabinet known as the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware. It combines the genres of the Magnavox Odyssey Tennis game, Atari's Pong and Breakout arcades, and Nintendo's Spitball Sparky of the Game & Watch series. In 2001, Visco created and released Bang Bead, the follow-up to Battle Flip Shot.

Battle Flip Shot

Battle Flip Shot

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1998

Although the game is largely a Pong clone, it does introduce several twists to the gameplay. Players are depicted as humans wielding large shields rather than the "paddles" alone. The setting consists of various futuristic arenas; the game takes place in the first half of the 22nd century. The ball cannot leave the play area upon reaching the left or right edge of the screen, as those are also limited by walls, in addition to the typical upper and lower wall. Instead, there are single columns of targets located along both the side walls. Whenever the ball hits a target, it is eliminated and...

Breakers

Breakers

Arcade - Released - December 17, 1996

Somewhere in Hong Kong, two martial artists face each other in a vast courtyard. The challenger is a stout man in brown skin. The ground has been tainted with blood. However, his crescent blade hasn't touched his opponent yet. It was a one-sided battle. He was already exhausted and it won't be long before he would fall. "Fool, you will become one of my family" resounded the opponent's voice, as the challenger crumbled to the floor and was turned into sand. The Fighting Instinct Tournament, or FIST, is a tournament as fierce as its name suggests. There was no shortage of martial artists who...

Breakers

Breakers

SNK Neo Geo CD - Released - April 25, 1997

Breakers (ブレイカーズ) is a competitive fighting game developed by Visco, which was released for the Neo Geo coin-operated platform on December 17, 1996. Home versions were released for the Neo Geo cartridge console on March 21, 1997, and for the Neo Geo CD on April 25, 1997.

Breakers

Breakers

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 9, 2017

Breakers is a good, polished yet generic, mid-tier 90’s ‘beat-em-up’ and represents something of a leap over the contemporary 16-bit fighters of the time. Huge sprites, great animated backgrounds (which feature characters who actually react to the fights going on in front of them), consistent frame rate, great music, and effects makes Breakers a real treat for the senses. Breakers arrives on Dreamcast with a full feature set. Game modes, options, and roster are all intact. Visually the Dreamcast port of Breakers is also good. Summary - It looks as though your appreciation for Breakers on...

Breakers Revenge

Breakers Revenge

Arcade - July 3, 1998

Breakers Revenge is an upgraded version of Breakers that was released exclusively for the arcades. It introduces one new character named Saizo and makes the final boss Bai-Hu into a playable character. Revenge makes adjustment to the character balance by weakening the previously overpowered Condor and removing Sho's infinite combo from the first game. However, the opening intro is almost identical to that of the first game and game's graphics are not that different; however, the lifebars were modified to look different compared to the first game's lifebars, while some stages' graphics were...

Breakers Revenge

Breakers Revenge

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - July 2, 1998

Two years after the release of Breakers, Visco has come up with Breakers Revenge. This game is essentially the original Breakers with one new character, bringing the playable total to nine. This game, like Breakers, is a 2D side view fighting game. The two novel ideas from Breakers, having alternate names when characters fight their clones and having shadow images around a dizzy character, are also present in Breakers Revenge. But while they were mildly novel in the first game they barely merit a raised eyebrow in this. Like its predecessor, Breakers Revenge plays like a standard Capcom...

Captain Tomaday

Captain Tomaday

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - May 27, 1999

On a dark and stormy night, a mad botanist is doing a bit of research in his laboratory, when a tomato plant near some chemicals drops a tomato into a beaker. The beaker explodes, and out comes a tomato with a face and limbs that says "MUTATE!" The scientist, covered in soot and ash, gives the new tomato a tired expression, as if he feels he is getting too old for this stuff. The tomato then runs off to stop the forces of evil eggplant aliens, under the name Captain Tomaday! The titular tomato must traverse five levels that have baddies coming in all sorts of waves. However, what sets...

Captain Tomaday

Captain Tomaday

Arcade - November 1, 1999

A comical vertically scrolling shoot'em up starring a mutated tomato who punches the enemy and can transform to other weird characters.

Dramatic Adventure Quiz: Keith & Lucy

Dramatic Adventure Quiz: Keith & Lucy

Arcade - Released - 1993

Élan Plus

Élan Plus

Sony Playstation - Released - May 11, 2000

Élan plus is a renewed version of Élan, a simulation game in which the player 's objective is to be chosen as a crew on a crew exploration vehicle heading to Planet Elan. New features include scenarios and a Gallery Mode which allows you to view event graphics after clearing stages. But it all depends on you whether you can make it to Planet Elan.

Ganryu

Ganryu

Arcade - Released - 1999

Guide Ganryu or a female counterpart on a mission to rescue his girlfriend from an evil ninja. Armed with a sword and a grappling claw, players may pick up weapon power-ups and life bonuses scattered throughout the play levels.

Ganryu

Ganryu

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - 1999

On April 14, 1612, Musashi Miyamoto and Sasaki Kojirō dueled. Musashi had an opportunity to see Kojiro's sword sometime before the duel and knew of its long length, so Musashi made his sword even longer. When Musashi arrived on the beach for the duel, he jumped over a low strike of Kojiro's, reaching about a meter off the ground and came down on Kojiro's head with his heavy wooden sword. Kojiro lay dying on the sand and Musashi left without killing him. Some of Musashi's critics called Musashi a coward for not killing Kojiro, but Musashi was satisfied that Kojiro had been defeated, but Kojiro...

Goal! Goal! Goal!

Goal! Goal! Goal!

Arcade - April 1, 1995

A soccer game with all the right ingredients, skill, flair, passion, and of course, GOALS! With 28 national teams to choose from, compete in a tournament to become the best soccer nation in the world. Get past the opening group stage and go on to a round-robin elimination stage where failure is not an option. To help you on your way, hold down the shoot button until the power bar fills up and you can do a POWERFUL SUPER SHOT!

Jan Jan Koi Shimasho: Lovely Pop 2 in 1

Jan Jan Koi Shimasho: Lovely Pop 2 in 1

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 1: Jang Jang Shimashow

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 1: Jang Jang Shimashow

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 2: Koi Koi Shimashow

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 2: Koi Koi Shimashow

Sony Playstation - Released - April 27, 2000

Koi Koi Mahjong

Koi Koi Mahjong

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 9, 2000

A mahjong game released by Visco for the Neo Geo Pocket Color in 2000.

Kokontouzai Eto Monogatari

Kokontouzai Eto Monogatari

Arcade - Released - 1994

Place up to three of the same item, horizontally, vertically or in an 'L' shape (although the 'L' can be turned in any direction).

Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho

Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho

Sega Saturn - Released - July 30, 1998

Lovely Pop 2 in 1 Jan Jan Koi Shimasho (ラブリーポップ2in1 雀じゃん恋しましょ) is a compilation game developed and published by Visco for the Sega Saturn. The game consists two table games. The limited edition comes with an audio CD. Games included Lovely Pop Mahjong: Jan Jan Shimasho (ラブリーポップ麻雀 雀々しましょ) Super Real Hanafuda: Koi Koi Shimasho (スーパーリアル花札 恋こいしましょ)

Neo Drift Out: New Technology

Neo Drift Out: New Technology

Arcade - July 26, 1996

This is an arcade-style rallying game with a particular isometric view. To start, players chooses between three big Japanese rally-spec vehicles—the Mitsubishi Lancer, the Subaru Impreza, and the Toyota Celica—which vary in their Speed, Control, and Body stats. In each racing stage, the player needs to get to the finish line in the shortest time possible. If the clock hits zero, the player loses and the game is over unless they can continue. While driving, the time is hindered by barrels, puddles, slippery ice, cones and other obstacles in the player's path. Even other cars driving can be...

Neo Mr. Do!

Neo Mr. Do!

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - June 26, 1997

Neo Mr. Do! is the Neo Geo adaptation of the 1982 arcade game Mr. Do!. Mr. Do is a clown, and he wants to harvest his orchard. He can beat a level by either collecting all the cherries in the level or by killing all the bad guys. Additionally, if Mr. Do can step on a trigger to cause the bad guys spelling EXTRA to appear, and then kills them all, he can progress to a timed bonus stage. The game has a lot in common with the classic game Dig Dug. Mr. Do must tunnel through his orchard to get to the cherries, but as he creates tunnels he creates more avenues for the bad guys to travel through....

The NewZealand Story

The NewZealand Story

Sega Genesis - Released - March 3, 1990

One day, a kiwi tribe was having fun and games outside the zoo, only to be kidnapped by the evil-minded Leopard Seal, who plans to sell them at the black market. Fortunately, during the kidnapping process, Tiki, leader of the tribe, managed to escape the sack, and her job is to rescue Phee-Phee and the other kiwis scattered around New Zealand, and are held in cages in various locations that include Auckland, Rotorua, Waitomo Caves, Strait Cook, and Mt. Cook. This Mega Drive port of The NewZealand Story is unique in that it was based on a prototype revision of the Japanese arcade board,...

Puzzle de Pon! R

Puzzle de Pon! R

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1997

The update/sequel to the original Puzzle de Pon! It's a puzzle game similar in style to Puzzle Bobble. The goal is to clear the bubbles surrounding the drop token, rather than just clear the stage.

Rally Bike

Rally Bike

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 15, 1990

There's a cross-country motorcycle rally going from San Francisco to New York. In Rally Bike, the player has but one goal, to work their way up through the ranks of the racers and place high enough to qualify for the next race. The game contains six stages to race through. The player controls a motorcycle and must cross the finish line before an established number of competitor bikes. The player must avoid crashing into obstacles, opposing racers, vehicles, and running out of gas. During a race there are certain areas where the player can refill their gas but stopping to refuel will cause...

Thunder & Lightning

Thunder & Lightning

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 1, 1990

A "Breakout" type game with interesting characters such as Mr. Chin and the Thunder Warrior. Mr. Chin holds a stick over his head that acts as the paddle. If your ball hits one of the power-up carriers (Flying Saucer, Submarine or Airplane) you have to try and pick up the released power-up while continuing to keep the ball in play.

Twin Eagle

Twin Eagle

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1989

Twin Eagle is a vertically scrolling arcade style shooter. You control a helicopter, and need to earn points by shooting or bombing the various (and numerous!) enemies you'll encounter. Planes, helicopters, tanks, anti-aircraft guns, foot soldiers, and more will all be trying to bring your mission to an abrupt end! Occasionally, you may find hostages when a building is destroyed; try to rescue as many of the hostages as you can to earn extra points. Your helicopter has the ability to pick up extra weapons. After destroying certain enemies, a power up will be left behind which can give you one...

Wardner

Wardner

Sega Genesis - Released - April 26, 1991

One day the town of Niknik is invaded by Wardner's henchmen. Wardner's henchmen have the power to turn all humans into crystals. A honeymooning couple, Dover and Mia, get lost in the towns nearby forest. One of Wardner's wards, Terragon, spots them and decides to kidnap Mia. Now it's up to Dover to rescue Mia from Wardner and his minions. The game contains 6 stages: The forest entrance, house of tricks, forest of the dead, Wardner's Castle, a tower, and the hidden underground room. Each stage is controlled by a ward of Wardner. Some of these bosses are the Emerald Dragon, Kaja, and Grocko.

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