Jorudan

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Sony Playstation - Released - November 26, 1998

Buzzer Beater is a manga series by Takehiko Inoue. The series debuted on the web and was later published in print format by Shueisha, being serialized in its Monthly Shonen Jump manga magazine. It can be read on Inoue's website in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. Buzzer Beater is Inoue's second manga to focus on basketball, following his very successful second manga series, Slam Dunk. The name of the manga comes from the term used for when a basket is scored at the same moment a period or the game itself ends. The story revolves around a basketball team from Earth assembled to...

Alien vs Predator

Alien vs Predator

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 8, 1993

You're a Predator warrior in the 25th century--an awesome monster with an ugly face, brute strength and very cool weapons. Trained to fight with all that Predator technology has to offer--destroy or be destroyed! You've come to New Shanghai, a city on the planet Vega 4, to hunt humans, but instead, you find Aliens--powerful, double-jawed beasts bent on annihilating life. You're outnumbered, but not outsmarted--the hunt is on. Alien drones, warriors, chest-bursters and face-huggers stand in your way. Use your lasers, blades and special weapons of destruction to win honor for your deeds. Destroy...

Arbalester

Arbalester

Arcade - Released - 1989

Arbalester is a scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by SETA in 1989, licensed to Taito and Romstar. Arbalester is a fast vertically scrolling top-down 2D shooter for one or two players simultaneously on the same screen. The player controls a plane through missions connected on a map. The plane always takes off from a base at the beginning of a stage and lands again at the end. The ship can be freely moved around there with an unlimited amount of bullets. It fires in bursts so tapping is needed. The weapon consists of regular projectiles along with ground attacks. This forces the...

Battle Bull

Battle Bull

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1991

Disaster has struck the deep space mining operation on Perseus VI. Remote control mining robots in the Mondo Oro 8 mine have been infected with a computer virus that has caused them to go beserk, attacking anything thatg enters the mine. The Company has enlisted you services to clear up this messy little problem. What's in it for you? Well the "Bugs", as they are called, not only mine the ore but also process it in their "bodies". Bash a bug, bag the bullion. That's right, you get to keep all the gold inside the bug when you crush it. No problem, right? Not so fast, Bud. You see,...

Captain Silver

Captain Silver

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 16, 1988

This game is a port of the original Arcade version and was released exclusively in Japan. This version features several substantial differences from the Arcade version. The player now has a health gauge and can take more than one hit before losing a life (which can be replenished by picking up hearts). However, some of the enemy grunts now take more than one slice to defeat as well. The player can now purchase all weapon power-ups in item shops, which can be changed through a sub-menu. The stages are different and the bosses include new foes such as Frankenstein's monster and a giant octopus....

Date Kimiko No Virtual Tennis

Date Kimiko No Virtual Tennis

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 13, 1994

A tennis game featuring and licensed by 1994 Australian Open semi-finalist Kimiko Date and is one of a handful of tennis sims for the Super Famicom to feature scaling Mode 7 graphics, similar to David Crane's Amazing Tennis. In addition to one-off Exhibition and Tournament modes, the player can take part in a World Tour that covers various global tournaments as well as passively watch advanced tennis strategies with the Tactics mode.

Frisky Tom

Frisky Tom

Arcade - Released - 1981

You play the plumber Frisky Tom who is trying to get water from the top tank to a shower tank below. Mice interfere with your plans by stealing pipes blowing-up pipes and by biting Tom. If Tom fills enough water the shower tank, he advances to the next level. Depending upon how much water is in the tank, a woman in a bath tub will appear as an interlude between levels.

Gdleen

Gdleen

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 28, 1991

Ryu is the captain of a spaceship, who left Earth to explore far away planets. But one day something goes wrong with the ship, and Ryu has to perform an emergency landing. He finds himself in a middle of a forest on a planet he knows nothing about. It is not until he meets the beautiful, mysterious fairy named Fana, who tells him the planet is in grave danger, that he realizes that his fate and the fate of the planet are connected, and becomes involved in a conflict between two local tribes. Gdleen is a Japanese-style role-playing game based on the light novel series Jiko Wakusei Gdleen by...

Hisshou 777 Fighter III: Kuroryuuou no Fukkatsu

Hisshou 777 Fighter III: Kuroryuuou no Fukkatsu

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 15, 1995

Hisshou 777 Fighter III: Kuroryuuou no Fukkatsu ("Winning 777 Fighter III: Resurrection of the Black Dragon King") is a pachi-slots game for the Super Famicom and the third and final game in Jorudan/Vap's Hisshou 777 Fighter series. The game features two modes: One allows the player to play any of the six machines in the game, while the second is an adventure game with menu-driven commands and also features pachi-slot machines.

Hitori de Dekirumon! Cooking Densetsu

Hitori de Dekirumon! Cooking Densetsu

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - December 18, 1992

Cooking Densetsu is a cooking based RPG for the GameBoy. It's a short and simple game with a fun premise. Battles are done quiz-style, so if you don't speak Japanese you will struggle with that aspect a bit. However, you can still stumble through the game even if you do poorly in the battles, especially with some tips you can pick up from this guide. The overall difficulty is very low, especially since some of your recipes (which are used like spells in this game) will basically give you infinite HP, and some battle options will tell you the correct answers to the quiz questions. Mai is...

Imperium

Imperium

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1992

GET READY FOR A HEAVY METAL EXPLOSION You say you're not the hero type? Don't want to put your flesh and blood on the line? Too bad. Because the only choice your metal head competition is going to give you is to perish now or perish later. What did you expect from an alien horde or robo sociopaths who'd like to have you as their next microwave dinner? Unless you enjoy being cooked from the inside out, may we suggest that you save yourself from these robot stormtroopers by climbing into the Dynamor, a suit of dynamic armor that happens to fit only you. But hurry, Dynamor without you is no...

Inukko Club: Fukumaru no Daibouken

Inukko Club: Fukumaru no Daibouken

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 13, 2002

Inukko Club: Fukumaru no Daibouken is an Adventure game, developed and published by Jorudan, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Kickboxing

Kickboxing

Sony Playstation - Released - March 1, 2002

Players choose one of 14 martial arts experts to lead to ultimate victory in this 3D fighting game from A1. Players can customize such details as fighting style, toughness, and even glove weight to find a fighter who matches their preferences. Guide your kickboxer from a rookie beginner to a contender for the heavyweight title. A two-player mode allows rivals to face-off in head-to-head bouts. At the onset of the game, only four of these fighters are available, but by beating opponents in the game's somewhat cheesy Story mode, gamers will eventually have 14 fighters to choose from. After...

Kusuri no Jiten: Pill Book 2001 Edition

Kusuri no Jiten: Pill Book 2001 Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - January 18, 2001

Simple 1500 Jitsuyou Series Vol.05 - Kusuri no Jiten - Pill Book 2001 Edition is the fifth game in the practical 1500 series released for the Playstation One console by D3 Publisher. This time the game let the user check in the game complete database the information about more than 10000 medical medicines that are avaliable in 2001 Pill Book catalog. That way the user will know the possible side effect that some medicines or pills have.

Monster Maker: Barcode Saga

Monster Maker: Barcode Saga

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 10, 1993

Monster Maker: Barcode Saga is a Strategy game, developed by Jorudan and published by Namco, which was released in Japan in 1993.

Musya: The Classic Japanese Tale of Horror

Musya: The Classic Japanese Tale of Horror

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 21, 1992

Plunge into a world of ancient Japanese horror. As Imoto, a spear wielding Samurai, it's your duty to descend deep into the Abyss to save the world from the horrors of the Evil One. Fight through hordes of hideous monsters to save Shizuka, the keeper of the Talisman that seals the Evil One in his prison. It's up to you to save her. Use your fierce spear spin attack to weave a web of destruction. Call on magical farces to blast your way through the legions leprous beasts.

Pachinko Maruhi Hisshouhou

Pachinko Maruhi Hisshouhou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 18, 1994

Pachinko Maruhi Hisshouhou ("Pachinko Top Secret Winning Strategy") is a 1994 pachinko game from Jorudan and Vap for the Super Famicom. It features four practice pachinko tables as well as plenty of tips to help the player maximize their pachinko wins. There is a single-player with its own story, but the player can choose to go straight to the tables and practice them. As well as virtual representations of real pachinko tables, the game also includes a virtual representation of a pachinko tips magazine that the player can peruse. Like all pachinko games it was never localized or released...

Petz: Hamsterz 2

Petz: Hamsterz 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 13, 2007

This is the second game in the Petz Hamsterz series. Adopt a hamster to care for and train. Choose from five types of hamsterz. Watch your hamster grow and build his own Ham-Country that other hamsterz can move to. The better you raise your hamster, the bigger he becomes, and the more energy he has to build a big Ham-Country. Compete against your friends in mini-games.

Shin Ikkakusenkin

Shin Ikkakusenkin

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 7, 1995

Shin Ikkakusenkin ("True Instant Riches") is a gambling game from Jorudan and Vap for the Super Famicom that presents different venues for gambling a pool of starting money. One to five players can compete to earn the most money in five different gambling-related events: Betting on horseracing, betting on kyoutei (motorboat racing), betting on the dice game cee-lo, betting on the dice game chou-han and betting on poker. Horseracing and kyoutei have a similar format: the player places bets on a gambling sheet based on which participants they think will rank. Cee-lo, chou-han and poker has...

Shinzui Taikyoku Igo: Go Sennin

Shinzui Taikyoku Igo: Go Sennin

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 2, 1995

Shinzui Taikyoku Igo: Go Sennin ("The Essence of Playing Go: Go Hermit") is a Go game from Jorudan and J-Wing. It is a fairly straightforward and barebones adaptation of the popular Asian board game: the player selects whether they are black or white, whether the game is for one human player or two, and the difficulty of their CPU opponent in the case of single-player out of ten possible ranks. The game then resumes on a traditional 19x19 grid, where the player to take the most spaces on the board is the winner.

Simple 1500 Series Vol. 30: The Basket: 1 on 1 Plus

Simple 1500 Series Vol. 30: The Basket: 1 on 1 Plus

Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 2000

Buzzer Beater is a manga series by Takehiko Inoue. The series debuted on the web and was later published in print format by Shueisha, being serialized in its Monthly Shonen Jump manga magazine. It can be read on Inoue's website in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. Buzzer Beater is Inoue's second manga to focus on basketball, following his very successful second manga series, Slam Dunk. The name of the manga comes from the term used for when a basket is scored at the same moment a period or the game itself ends. The story revolves around a basketball team from Earth assembled to...

Sukeban Shachou Rena

Sukeban Shachou Rena

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 22, 2009

In the game, Rena is a cat who is the mascot of a blog named 'Nekopunch' and the CEO of a fictional company named Cat Queen, Inc. It is the player's objective to appease Rena in order to get accepted into working for Rena. Sukeban Shachou Rena's gameplay involves several minigames where the player takes control of a cat or in other minigames, humans. Minigame examples include playing the piano, avoiding other cats from jumping at you, taking money from a cat while it is not looking, and dancing using the Wii Remote to appease Rena.

Taiketsu! Ultra Hero

Taiketsu! Ultra Hero

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 5, 2004

Taiketsu! Ultra Hero is an fighting game, developed and published by Jorudan, which was released in Japan in 2004.

Task Force Harrier EX

Task Force Harrier EX

Sega Genesis - Released - December 20, 1991

What do ya do when friendly skies turn mean? Rip through unfriendly territory! Duck and roll in a deadly round of air tag with a squadron of hungry enemy choppers! Make the right choice and live to finish the mission; screw it up and get blasted into next week! TASK FORCE HARRIER EX - an intense, non-stop, heavy-barreled, turbo-bladed assault! Demolish enemy bunkers, set ablaze hostile battleships, and decimate squads of marauding enemy gunships! Obliterate these guys, and come face-to-face with the big guns! Strap in, power-up, and blast-off on an incredible 8 meg mission to gun down...

Xardion

Xardion

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 20, 1992

The Legend of Xardion comes to life in this Super Nintendo Mega hit. Join Alcedes, Triton, and Panthera, a trio of cyborgs as they unite forces to save the Alpha-1 Solar system. Their adventure takes them to the farthest regions of the galaxy where they discover the legendary cyborg. Thought to be destroyed long ago, Xardion has been trapped by a moat of hydrochloric acid unable to escape, until now. The legend continues in this all new, all exciting, all encompassing Super-NES title. A combination of RPG, adventure, and action games, Xardion is state of the art entertainment. 8 megs of...

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