Arcade - Released - 2000
A terrible threat hanging over the galaxy! The distress signal sent by the planet Palua is a trap set for the two space policemen, Lazy and Refia. Escape from this trap by crossing different levels filled with monsters determined to keep you prisoners. Use your powers to seize them and project it onto other enemies. Another player can join the game as the other hero.
SNK Neo Geo AES - Released - January 1, 2000
Bang Bead, known in Japan as Bang Beads (バンビーズ?), is a ball-and-paddle game developed and published by Visco exclusively for the arcade cabinet known as the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware. Bang Bead was one of two Visco-developed games being considered for release in 2000, alongside Bang² Busters. Ultimately only Bang Bead saw a release, which was very limited and exclusively distributed in Europe. This release was so scarce that, when it first surfaced, it was rumoured to be a leaked prototype and not an official release; this rumour was dispelled once full kits began to surface, but to this day...
Arcade - Released - 2000
Bang Bead is a pong-esq arcade game released in 2000 by Visco Corp. It was released for the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware chip set. It is the sequel to 1998's Battle Flip Shot. Two of nine characters square off in a back and forth 2D tennis match. The speed and arc of the Bead was affected by reaction time from throw to catch and motions of the joystick, with quarter circle movements. The first character to lose all of their stars on their side of the screen loses.
Arcade - Released - 1992
A ball and paddle game from Visco Games for one or two players (simultaneously). Evil alien entities in the shape of food such as cake, hot dogs, and sushi have invaded earth. It's your job to stop them.
Arcade - Released - 1994
You control a paddle that tries to rebound a ball into the blocks and collecting power-ups. Getting enough power-ups causes more blocks to be added to your opponent's side. Each match sees the two opponents each smashing blocks in their own seperate well, and the match can end in one of three ways: a player can win by clearing all the blocks in their well, or they can lose by either losing their ball off the bottom of the screen (though each player does start with a row of multi-hit bricks behind them, so this rarely happens) or by having their bat crushed by descending blocks.
Sony Playstation - Released - April 1, 1999
150 years ago there was a nuclear war on Earth and a colony of humans escape from Earth to the space where they were forced to live since them. But the people wanted to live on a planet but they didn't find a proper one, until they find Élan. After discover the new planet they choose a team to evaluate 9 candidates to choose 2 of them to travel to the Élan planet and see if it can be colonizated. Those candidates have to pass some rigurous training before those 2 of them will be chosen, but instead of that training they will also have to learn to communicate between them. so communication...
Arcade - Released - 1998
Gourmet Battle Quiz Ryohrioh CooKing was produced by Visco in 1998. A 1-2 players Japanese quiz game that involves questions about cooking
SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - July 26, 1996
In Neo Drift Out, you're driving against a series of opponents in a rally-style racing simulation. You are given the option of choosing one of many different types of Stock/NASCAR vehicles, which are named similarly enough to major name brands as to give players the ability to choose their real-life favorites. Following a rundown of your opponents, you are shown the gameplay screen which is laid out from a bird's eye top-down view of the car, with the camera focusing exclusively on your vehicle within the center of the screen.
SNK Neo Geo CD - December 26, 1996
Neo Drift Out: New Technology (NEO ドリフト アウト) is a 1996 rallying video game developed by Visco Corporation for the Neo Geo and Neo Geo CD. It is the fourth title in the Drift Out series; though it follows Super Drift Out: World Rally Championships, it is closer to the earlier Drift Out '94: The Hard Order.
Arcade - Released - 1996
Storm Blade was produced by Visco Corporation in 1996. Storm Blade is a military themed vertical scrolling shoot 'em up game where you take control of either Lucky J. Striker in his F14 Tomcat, Alex in his MiG-29 Fulcrum, Camel Yuki Anderson in her AV-BB Harrier II or old man Isoroku Kaionji in his Zero Fighter Kamikaze Special. Each with their own weapons patrons. As you make progress and fight of various planes, helicopters, tanks, static guns, ships and bosses power-ups come available. Power-ups cans can be collected from destroyed enemies and increase your firepower. These come in...
Arcade - Released - 1993
U.N. Defense Force: Earth Joker was produced by Visco Games in 1993. A difficult jet shooter where you can pick from four different jets. Holding the fire button down charges the energy to make the shots more powerful. U.N. Defense Force: Earth Joker is a vertical scrolling shoot 'em up game where you take control of one of four different pilots and their ships. Each with their own weapons patrons. In 2026 earth is attack and invaded by the powerful Slytow, with earths military unable to stop it. With Earth conquered and few survivors making it to Earths off world colonies all seems...
Arcade - Released - 1989
The core gameplay of Wit's is very similar to the Light Cycles portion of the 1982 arcade game Tron by Bally Midway. The objective is to move your character around a rectangular play area and create a line behind you that the other player(s) will crash into. In addition to being able to move your character in the four cardinal directions, the player also has the ability to speed up and the chance to jump once per life, allowing you to potentially escape a dead end. The game can be played either solo against the computer or against up to three other human opponents. The goal is to achieve the...