Microsoft MSX - Released - 1984
A computer version of the classic board game Backgammon. The game board is displayed from a top down perspective. The game lets the player compete against a computer opponent or another player. The objective of the game is to be the first player to move all fifteen of their pieces off of the board. The typical rules of Backgammon apply. Players roll two dice (if a pair is rolled it becomes four for that turn with the extra two being a copy of the original pair) to move their pieces to an empty slot, a slot occupied by their own pieces, or a slot that contains only one of their opponents...
In year 691 of the celestial calendar, the dimensional control computer "Laxis" ran amok under the influence of an unknown interdimensional energy, striking out against mankind. Using its dimensional powers, Laxis escaped to another era. Using your dimensional controller-equipped power suit, the Arouza, you must hunt down and destroy Laxis. Starting out in space, you control Arouza, which bears an uncanny resemblance to the metal knights in Herzog, as it flies towards the enemy. In the Space Harrier vein, you see your character from behind while enemies appear from the horizon. On later...
Sony Playstation - Released - February 17, 2000
A stable of 1500 horse make up the mighty steed database in Gallop Racer 2000. The gameplay's simple enough where you get on the saddle and race your equine to the winning post while thundering competitors strive for the same goals. This version allow players to create their own "dream horse". Other new feature will include new horses being allowed to inherit the abilities of their parents. This game is the last one in the Gallop Racer series for PSone. These are the game modes: - Season mode - Practice mode - Vs Mode - Dream Cup mode
Microsoft MSX2 - February 2, 1988
The first, obscure instalment in the Herzog series is also one of the early precursors of the modern-day RTS (real-time strategy game) genre that was popularised by Dune 2. Unlike the common RTS game, the playfield is a long vertical stretch instead of the well-known map stretching in both X and Y axes. Another now unique trait is that there is little emphasis on building up a base to produce units which are then directly commanded into action. Instead, a base is already located at each end of the path, and the player is given control over a hovering battlemech. New units are bought using...
Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987
Janyuu is an Card game, developed and published by TechnoSoft, which was released in Japan in 1987.
Legendly Nine Gems Legendly Nine Gems is a relatively unknown action RPG by Tecno soft, from Feedback and Herzog fame. The game received a sequel in 1988 called New Legendly Nine Gems
NEC PC-9801 - Released - October 26, 1984
Control a lone fighter ship, destroying enemies, weapons, and bases of the evil alien Orn Empire. The player's ship can shoot both air and land targets, and there are many targets of both types to destroy. The goal of each stage is to destroy all of the shield bases, enter the area base, and destroy the core. After shooting the core, the player moves on to the next stage to destroy more bases.