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3-pun Yosou: Umaban Club

3-pun Yosou: Umaban Club

Nintendo Game Boy - October 16, 1992

The game allows players to place bets on horse races.

America Daitouryou Senkyo

America Daitouryou Senkyo

Nintendo Entertainment System - October 28, 1988

America Daitouryou Senkyo, helpfully translated as "United State Presidential Race" on the game's box, is a text-heavy simulator where the player chooses a candidate and runs for the US presidency. The player can choose from historically accurate 1988 presidential election candidates George HW Bush (for Republicans) and Michael Dukakis (for Democrats) as well as real-life political figures involved in the 1988 election - Jesse Jackson and Pat Robertson. They can also select between a fictional representation of former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher called "Sasha", and "Suzuki", a...

Business Wars

Business Wars

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 24, 1992

Business Wars (?????????)[2] is a text adventure video game released for Japan's Family Computer. A lot of strategy is used when players have to make decisions and negotiate. Messages always arrive using the data feed style to make the game more business-like. The game can end with a loss if the wrong decision is made at the wrong time (similar to dying in an action game). The player will have to deal with loan sharks in the Caribbean, ruthless corporate executives from rival companies, arbitration sessions, and components that make the game look more like a strategy game at times. There...

Cadillac

Cadillac

Nintendo Entertainment System - February 2, 1990

Cadillac is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1990.

Cadillac

Cadillac

Sony Playstation - Released - July 25, 1999

You work wonders for the price of one offer while being soft orthodox, unbeatable "series DE1300 yen orthodox." In the series, soft and charming appeared one after another. Some of the action is required upon instantaneous judgment, "Ru Hama" Everyone is a game. Cadillac is a 2D puzzle game in which the player have to eliminate the card pieces joining some of them together. The game features a 1 player mode and a 2 player vs mode in split screen. The difficulty increases when the game start to provide hidden cards and increase the speed. There are different combinations to elimate the...

Chou Sentou Kyuugi Vanborg

Chou Sentou Kyuugi Vanborg

Sony Playstation - Released - February 18, 1999

It is fighting a battle with the players fully equipped utilizing the characteristics of beach volleyball sports simple and speedy, special skills. It will feed "Moving to the falling point of the ball, the auto complete" in one after another attack, the timing of pressing the button is basically that all of the nice play, our characters unique, the operation simple action gorgeous This is a great attraction to enjoy dynamic in play. Chousentou Kyuugi The Ultimate Ballgame Van Borg is a futuristic beach volleyball game featuring a bizarre sci-fi slant and anime-based character designs and...

Emoyan no 10 Bai Pro Yakyuu

Emoyan no 10 Bai Pro Yakyuu

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 19, 1989

Furuta Atsuya no Simulation Pro Yakyuu 2

Furuta Atsuya no Simulation Pro Yakyuu 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 24, 1996

Great Deal

Great Deal

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 25, 1991

Similar to poker, your deck consists of the four different suits with values from 2 to ace, plus one joker card, so 53 cards in total. You don't hold them in your hand, though, but they fall down from the top of the screen into a play field 5 places wide and 5 places high, filling the bottom first. And your job is to arrange them into combinations such that they disappear and do not fill up the screen.

Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club

Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 24, 1995

Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club (The Authentic Shogi Playing School: Shogi Club) is a shogi game for the Super Famicom. The developer/publisher team of Natsu System and Hect previously developed Mahjong Club in 1994; this game is its shogi equivalent. The player has a limited number of customization options for one-on-one shogi games with the CPU. The player can opt for specific tile configurations to give either themselves or their opponent fewer tiles than normal for an easier/harder game.

Igo Club

Igo Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 26, 1996

Igo Club is a Go game for the Super Famicom developed by Hect, which frequently develops board game adaptations for consoles and computers. The game features a number of playing options, including the size of the board and the intelligence of the computer opponent.

Igo Meikan

Igo Meikan

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 10, 1990

Igo Meikan is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1990

Igo Shinan

Igo Shinan

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 14, 1989

Igo Shinan ("Go Lessons") is a simulation of the popular board game Go from Hect. True to its name, it teaches players at both novice and expert level how to improve their Go game and provides some challenging computer opponents to play against. The player can set how much guidance the game will offer, including presenting possible moves for the player to take (generally, one is more favorable than the others) and allowing the computer to take over their turn. Hect would follow up Igo Shinan with four sequels, each referring to the year in which they were released: Igo Shinan '91, Igo...

Igo Shinan '91

Igo Shinan '91

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 5, 1991

Igo Shinan '92

Igo Shinan '92

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 10, 1992

Igo Shinan '93

Igo Shinan '93

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 20, 1992

Igo Shinan '94

Igo Shinan '94

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 17, 1993

Ihatovo Monogatari

Ihatovo Monogatari

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 5, 1993

The story depicts the action as taking place in the utopian world of Ihatovo. The game focuses on collecting information (notebooks from Miyazawa's fairy tales) and items (that are related to those fairy tales) instead of fighting monsters. Some of the surprises that the player finds includes a movie theater that is always closed, the opportunity to play the role of a temporary school teacher, and having portraits of unique non-player characters that show up while talking to them. Inspired by the stories of Kenji Miyazawa, the story covers nine chapters and surreal environments. The...

Kabushiki Doujou

Kabushiki Doujou

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 2, 1989

Kabushiki Doujou: The Stock Speculation is a Strategy game, published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1989.

Katou Hifumi Kyu-dan Shogi Club

Katou Hifumi Kyu-dan Shogi Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 16, 1997

Katou Hifumi Kudan Shogi Club is a shogi video game adaptation developed and published by Hect for the Super Famicom (SNES) platform. The game is named for Hifumi Katou, a prestigious professional shogi player, and the Kudan in the title refers to the ranking system used for shogi and other professional pursuits like mahjong and martial arts. It offers a standard selection of options seen in most shogi games, with single-player modes (against CPU opponents of adjustable difficulty), two-player modes and a special instance mode where the player is presented with a game in-progress and needs...

Kyouto Zaiteku Satsujin Jiken

Kyouto Zaiteku Satsujin Jiken

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 2, 1990

Kyouto Zaiteku Satsujin Jiken is the last part of the trilogy of the Yamamura Misa Suspense games released for the Famicom in Japan. Like the other games, the game takes place in a first-perspective with text options to select. A few times in the game you will have to click on things on the graphic screen with a pointer, but a majority of the game will be spent selecting actions from the menu. The game takes place near the middle of August. The dead body of a woman has been found and you must search for the murderer. To do this you must perform many tasks such as traveling to different...

Mahjong Club

Mahjong Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1994

Mahjong Club is a mahjong game developed by Natsu System and published by Hect (or Hector). It was originally released on the Super Famicom in 1994 and later ported with enhancements to the Sony PlayStation in 1998. The PlayStation version was released a second time as part of a budget series. Neither console version saw a release outside of Japan. As with a lot of mahjong games, the player takes on three opponents at a time and races them to complete their hand first.

Mahjong Club Nagatachou: Sousaisen

Mahjong Club Nagatachou: Sousaisen

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 25, 1991

Mahjong Club Nagatacho: Sousaisen is a Miscellaneous game, published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1991.

Moon Crystal

Moon Crystal

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 28, 1992

As Ricky Slater, the player must rescue Ricky's family and confront the evil forces of Count Crimson, who wields the powerful Moon Crystal! Owing much inspiration to Prince of Persia, this game boasts colorful graphics and vivid animations coupled with non-linear exploration and gameplay.

Prism Land

Prism Land

Sony Playstation - Released - February 24, 2000

Prism Land is a bat and ball type of game that started with Breakout in the late 70's and in classics games like Arkanoid. In Prism Land you play as Prism and Rhythm (a cat and a fairy) who set out to save the seven trapped guardians of the land in a game very similar in gameplay to Breakout. You play through the stages with the cat holding a magic paddle at the bottom of the screen bouncing a ball across the screen to break all the pieces set up on the stage. There are 6 worlds (forest, sea, cloud etc.); each of which have 9 levels plus a boss level. You may play the worlds in any order...

Quiz Project Q: Cutie Project & Battle 10000

Quiz Project Q: Cutie Project & Battle 10000

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 29, 1992

Quiz Project Q: Cutie Project & Battle 10000 is a Quiz game, developed and published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Renju Club: Gomoku Narabe

Nintendo Game Boy - May 17, 1996

Riot Stars

Riot Stars

Sony Playstation - Released - February 5, 1997

Riot Stars takes place in the region of Roland, the player will control a group of characters during the game's story. The gameplay is the usual in a tactical rpg: The game story advances in character's conversations until the battle scenario begins. The battle system is the usual one: The players characters got a limited number of squares to go so the player have to choose how many squares his character advance in each turn to keep it in the best place to make a good attack against the enemy. The main battles appears in a isometric view perpective.

Shin Shougi Club

Shin Shougi Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 22, 1995

The follow-up to Natsu System and Hect's previous shogi game, Honkakuha Taikyoku Shogi: Shogi Club. The game includes additional features and is more of an improved remake of the original. Players still take on CPU opponents of varying difficulties with a suite of customization options.

Shogun

Shogun

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - May 27, 1988

Shogun is a simulation game developed by Nippon Dexter and published for the MSX in 1987. It was later ported to the Famicom by Hector in 1988. It is a simulation game about living the life of a Shogun in feudal Japan.

Shougi Meikan '92

Shougi Meikan '92

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - January 30, 1992

Shogi Meikan '92 is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Shougi Meikan '93

Shougi Meikan '93

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 4, 1992

Shogi Meikan '93 is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Hect, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Simulation Pro Yakyuu

Simulation Pro Yakyuu

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 28, 1995

Solid Link: Dungeon Side

Solid Link: Dungeon Side

Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 2000

Solid Link Dungeon Side is a classic first person RPG in which the player is a hero (male or female one) that arrives to the city of Grikodol. There he can recruit other 3 members to join his party and after that he can go explore the dungeon where the evil creatures live. The game features 8 different main characters for the player to choose his hero. The gameplay is in first person perspective and the player have to walk around the dungeon in the search of treasure and other passages to advance through there, during the battles the player can choose the attack that each of his...

Solid Link: Tower Side

Solid Link: Tower Side

Sony Playstation - Released - November 16, 2000

Solid Link Tower Side is a classic first person RPG in which the player is a hero (male or female one) that arrives to the city of Grikodol. There he can recruit other 3 members to join his party and after that he can go explore the tower where the evil creatures live. The game features 8 different main characters for the player to choose his hero. The gameplay is in first person perspective and the player have to walk around the dungeon in the search of treasure and other passages to advance through there, during the battles the player can choose the attack that each of his characters...

Stealth

Stealth

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 18, 1992

Tsumu

Tsumu

Sony Playstation - Released - December 10, 1998

In Tsumu the player controls some kind of robot pet equiped with an elevator machine. The goal of the game is use that elevator to transport different crates to the proper place to make the proper image that is needed. The gameplay is to make that in a limited number of moves, if the limit of moves is reached the puzzle have to be started again. The game increase the difficulty the more levels that the player advance with new obstacles and more difficult paths.

Tsumu Light

Tsumu Light

Sony Playstation - Released - September 14, 1999

In Tsumu the player controls some kind of robot pet equiped with an elevator machine. The goal of the game is use that elevator to transport different crates to the proper place to make the proper image that is needed. The gameplay is to make that in a limited number of moves, if the limit of moves is reached the puzzle have to be started again. The game increase the difficulty the more levels that the player advance with new obstacles and more difficult paths. Tsumu Light features new challenging puzzles with new difficult gameplay.

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 15, 1994

Yume Meikyu Kigurumi Daiboken (also known as Dream Maze Kigurumi Adventures) is a wacky and cute dungeon crawler published by Hector. The game tells the story of a boy who dreams of the mysterious kingdom of Enderia every night. There, he constantly lives exciting adventures and this time he is on a quest to save this world from destruction. Our hero must explore perilous towers and rescue all the kidnapped princesses from the kingdom. He is, however, not alone and friends (Harumi and Zakkari) will later help him out in his journey. Interestingly, the boy doesn't level up but wears special...

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