T&E Soft

3D Golf Simulation: High-speed

3D Golf Simulation: High-speed

Microsoft MSX

AshGuine Story II: Kokuu no Gajou

AshGuine Story II: Kokuu no Gajou

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

An action RPG for MSX released in 1987 and published by T&E Soft. The story of AshGuine II can be viewed as being set up in an alternate universe to and not a direct sequel to AshGuine I.

Bushi Seiryuuden: Futari no Yuusha

Bushi Seiryuuden: Futari no Yuusha

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 17, 1997

This game is set in a fantasy world that resembles feudal Japan. Long time ago, the first deity, the Emperor of Light, created two gods - from the darkness, the Ocean God, and from the glittering moon, the Mountain Goddess - and sent them to build a world out of the chaos. The Ocean God poured rain over the chaos and created seas and oceans; the Mountain Goddess created the Earth. But the Ocean God became evil. He built a huge tower, which connected Earth and Heaven, and thus the world of men and the world of gods became merged, and the path for demons to invade the Earth was...

Chikyuu Kaihou Gun ZAS

Chikyuu Kaihou Gun ZAS

Nintendo Game Boy - December 18, 1992

Sometime in the 21st century, humanity leaves Earth for Mars due to a legacy of environmental pollution on their home planet. Nobody inhabited the Earth until a group of super-intelligent robots from another galaxy suddenly took over. They have changed the once-proud planet into something that they can inhabit on. An impromptu liberation army was set up to save the planet from the robots; who somehow got rid of the pollution on Earth.

Cu-On-Pa

Cu-On-Pa

Sony Playstation - Released - October 9, 1997

Simple operation system look and colorful "inclined plane" puzzle game features. Roll the cube to move, let's turn off the colored panels. Equipped with practice mode and learn the basic rules and techniques, such as one player Survival mode that can be played by one person to the bitter end. Cu-On-Pa was first released for the Super Famicon console and the Playstation version is a 3d action puzzle game that features 100 levels and these game modes: - Stage clear: Pass each stage to advance through the game. - 1 Player Survival: Pass stages until you can. - 2 Player Survival: Pass...

Daiva Story 4: Asura's Bloodfeud

Daiva Story 4: Asura's Bloodfeud

Microsoft MSX - January 1, 1987

Golf

Golf

Nintendo Virtual Boy - Released - August 11, 1995

Tee off for 18 holes of realistic 3-D links! Virtual Boy Golf elevates the game to an incredible new level! Determine your strategy as you ponder the conditions. Check your position and the distance to the pin. Select a club and adjust your swing. Consider the wind factor carefully or you could end up out of bounds! Each dimensional fairway provides harrowing hazards to challenge players of all handicaps. Swing into action and go for a hole in one!

Greatest Driver

Greatest Driver

Microsoft MSX2

Greatest Driver is a Formula 1 racing game for the MSX2

Greatest Driver 2D Special

Microsoft MSX2

Greatest Driver 2D Special is a top view racing game by T&E Soft

Harukanaru Augusta 2: Masters

Harukanaru Augusta 2: Masters

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 22, 1993

A golf game and the sequel to their 1991 game Harukanaru Augusta. The Augusta of the title refers to the famous Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, which is the setting for The Masters tournament each year. For this game, the player is a participant in the 1993 Masters competition.

Harukanaru Augusta 3: Masters New

Harukanaru Augusta 3: Masters New

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 8, 1995

A golf sim and the third game in T&E Soft's Harukanaru Augusta franchise. Like its predecessors, it is officially endorsed by the Masters Tournament golf competition and by Augusta National Golf Club, where the Masters takes place.The game uses digitized photos for its golfers and crowds, as well as for menus and the title screen, for a sense of realism. The game also produces weather effects that can modify the course.

Hydlide

Hydlide

Microsoft MSX2 - December 13, 1984

Hydlide (ハイドライド, Haidoraido) is a 1984 open world action role-playing video game developed and published by T&E Soft. It was originally released for the NEC PC-6001 and PC-8801 computers in 1984, in Japan only; ports for the MSX, MSX2 (a separate port released on 3.5" floppy), FM-7 and NEC PC-9801 were released the following year. A Nintendo Famicom version was first released under the name Hydlide Special on March 18, 1986 in Japan; three years later, in June 1989, that version saw a North American release for the Nintendo Entertainment System by FCI, its title having been returned to simply...

Hydlide

Hydlide

Microsoft MSX

An evil demon named Varalys casts a curse upon the princess Ann, turning her into three fairies. You control Sir Jim and set out to find the fairies, and then slay Varalys. Only by vanquishing Varalys can the curse be lifted. Once the princess is restored the kingdom will be saved. Hydlide is an action game with strong role-playing elements. The player has to explore vast wilderness areas, descending into dungeons and eliminating enemies on the way. Combat system is similar to the one implemented in Ys series: attacking enemies requires the player to "bump" into them, at the same time...

Hydlide 3: The Space Memories

Hydlide 3: The Space Memories

Microsoft MSX2 - Released - 1987

The third entry in the Hydlide series, continuing its action RPG legacy. Character creation allows the player to choose one of the four character classes: Warrior, Thief, Priest, and Monk. In combat, the protagonist uses melee or long-ranged weapons or casts magic spells. Unlike the previous games in the series, the player is required to press the attack button during melee combat, instead of simply "bumping" into the enemies. There is an internal clock in the game, which makes it necessary for the protagonist to sleep periodically and regain his strength. The main character also has to eat...

Hydlide 3: The Space Memories

Hydlide 3: The Space Memories

Microsoft MSX

The third entry in the Hydlide series, continuing its action RPG legacy. Character creation allows the player to choose one of the four character classes: Warrior, Thief, Priest, and Monk. In combat, the protagonist uses melee or long-ranged weapons or casts magic spells. Unlike the previous games in the series, the player is required to press the attack button during melee combat, instead of simply "bumping" into the enemies. There is an internal clock in the game, which makes it necessary for the protagonist to sleep periodically and regain his strength. The main character also has to eat...

Hydlide II: Shine of Darkness

Hydlide II: Shine of Darkness

Microsoft MSX - January 1, 1986

Hydlide II: Shine Of Darkness is an action RPG, and the second installment in the Hydlide series. In a different space a wonderful world existed, called Fairy Land, which was dominated by swords and magic after the times of domination by monsters and evil had ended. The people of Fairy Land were intoxicated with peace. At that time an incident occurred. A Consciousness filled with evil awoke and it created new monsters, brought the dead back to life, and wanted to dominate Fairy Land again. The monks were one of the first who noticed this and warned the people about it but they didn't...

Jun Classic Country Club & Rope Club

Jun Classic Country Club & Rope Club

Sega Saturn - Released - December 18, 1997

Junclassic C.C. & Rope Club is a golf game released for the Sega Saturn & the Playstation One consoles. The game features 2 different courses each of them with 3 different routes. Golf is a precision club and ball sport in which competing players (or golfers) use many types of clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course using the fewest number of strokes. Golf is defined, in the rules of golf, as "playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules." The Japan Golf Tour is a prominent golf tour. It was...

Laydock

Laydock

Microsoft MSX2 - January 22, 1986

Two jet fighters go on a mission together, each managed and controlled by a different player. The jets can be docked side-by-side or end-to-end for greater fire and fighting power. When docked one player is the pilot and the other is the weapons officer. The game can also be played by a single player. When you progress in the game you can select more advanced weapon systems to fight the over 50 different enemy characters.

Laydock 2: Last Attack

Laydock 2: Last Attack

Microsoft MSX2+ - Released - November 19, 1988

Sequel to the successful shoot 'm up Laydock. Again two jet fighters go on a joint mission, each space ship managed and controlled by a different player. The ships can be docked side-by-side or end-to-end for greater fire and fighting power. When docked one player is the pilot and the other is the weapons officer. But this game can also be played by a single player. When you progress in the game you can select more advance weapons systems to fight the over 50 different enemy characters. Compared with its predecessor there is not much changed only better graphics, more detailed backgrounds and...

Lode Runner Twin: Justy to Liberty no Daibouken

Lode Runner Twin: Justy to Liberty no Daibouken

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 29, 1994

A young knight and priestess is on a mission to explore all the magic caves located underneath the kingdom's castle. Their first task is to retrieve all the candies stolen by some grey little devils.

Masters '98: Harukanaru Augusta

Masters '98: Harukanaru Augusta

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 26, 1997

Masters ‘98: Harukanaru Augusta was licensed by Augusta National Golf Club and released only in Japan in 1997. It is a continuation of T&E Soft golf series and was followed by the release of Waialae Country Club: True Golf Classics in 1998. The player uses the Augusta National Golf Club course, in one of five play modes; Training, Stroke Play, Match Play, Tournament, and Masters Tournament. Each hole has an opening fly over with descriptive text in Japanese, and includes audio spoken commentary of play spoken in Japanese by TBS announcer Matsushita Kenji, while score card and the main...

Masters Harukanaru Augusta 3

Masters Harukanaru Augusta 3

Sega Saturn - Released - September 22, 1995

Masters New: Harukanaru Augusta 3 is a golf sim and the third game in T&E Soft's Harukanaru Augusta franchise. Like its predecessors, it is officially endorsed by the Masters Tournament golf competition and by Augusta National Golf Club, where the Masters takes place. The game uses digitized photos for its golfers and crowds, as well as for menus and the title screen, for a sense of realism. The game also produces weather effects that can modify the course.

Masters Harukanaru Augusta 3 (Demo)

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1994

A demo of the T& E Soft golf game, distributed in 1994. This and other demos had no back cover and different serial number.

New 3D Golf Simulation: Harukanaru Augusta

New 3D Golf Simulation: Harukanaru Augusta

Sega Genesis - December 17, 1993

New 3D Golf Simulation: Harukanaru Augusta (遥かなるオーガスタ) is a 1989 golf game by T&E Soft for the NEC PC-98 and the first in their New 3D Golf Simulation series of golf games. They ported it to the Sega Mega Drive in 1993. This version was not released outside Japan. The game takes place at the Augusta National Golf Club and plays identically to Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Pebble Beach no Hatou New: Tournament Edition

Pebble Beach no Hatou New: Tournament Edition

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 13, 1996

Pebble Beach: The Great Shot

Pebble Beach: The Great Shot

Sega ST-V - Released - 1996

Pyramid Warp

Pyramid Warp

Microsoft MSX

Red Alarm

Red Alarm

Nintendo Virtual Boy - Released - July 21, 1995

Bursting through incredible dimensions of Virtual space the final mission is clear. Obliterate all enemies and obstacles created by KAOS and terminate this menacing battle system from within. Employing an impressive arsenal of high-tech weapons and evasive maneuvers the Tech-Wing Fighter speeds on. Spinning deaths, spy pods and mosquito mechs appear from everywhere! The fate of humanity will soon be defined. Red Alarm! Red Alarm! Alarm Condition Red!!

Rune Worth: The Young Noble of a Wire-Puller

Rune Worth: The Young Noble of a Wire-Puller

Microsoft MSX2

Sonata

Sonata

Sony Playstation - Released - March 4, 1999

Sonata is an action RPG that begins when after watching a movie in the theater, the player's character girlfriend mysteriously disappears and he's been teleported back into different worlds. He will meet eight beautiful girls. With the gifted magical power of the Blue Moon and the help of the eight beautiful girls, he will unlock the mysterious disappearance of your girlfriend. There are three game modes to be found in the game. It's the player's choice were to start or let the computer decide: - Ancient (Blue Moon) mode: This is the easiest world to get through. - High School...

Super Laydock: Mission Striker Network Version

Super Laydock: Mission Striker Network Version

Microsoft MSX - July 18, 1987

A shoot 'em up game in the Laydock series that fits in perfectly between Laydock (Laydock 1) and Laydock 2. It's again a game that can be played by two players though a single player game is also a possibility. If played by two players they can cooperate by docking the jets together, docked side-by-side or end-to-end for greater fire and fighting power. When docked one player is the pilot and the other is the weapons officer.

Swing Away Golf

Swing Away Golf

Sony Playstation 2 - October 25, 2000

Bring your clubs, caddy, personality and attitude as you join Joe, Rachel, Kelly, Ryan and other golf nuts in a game packed with personality. Laugh, scowl, celebrate and hang your head in defeat- you're going to do it all. Play leisurely for fun, or rise from the amateur ranks to the official pro tour and experience real competition in story mode. Unlock courses, characters, and game modes while earning skill points, prizes, and virtual cash.

Sword World SFC

Sword World SFC

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - August 6, 1993

Sword World SFC is a Super Famicom (the SFC in the title refers to the Super Famicom) adaptation of Sword World RPG, a fantasy RPG table-top game. The game is open-ended and intended for multiplayer play in order to recreate the table-top game as closely as possible. This also includes a faithful recreation of the table-top game's ruleset.

True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links

True Golf Classics: Pebble Beach Golf Links

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1992

Challenge the Power of Pebble Beach This is True Golf Classics, where you'll test your courage against Pebble Beach Golf Links - the most breathtaking course in the world. Experience the draw of the Pacific. Fairways that snake within inches of cliff and beach. Winds that drop to a whisper, then whip up to a roar. Greens that slope invisibly down to the sea. These are the subtle effects that make Pebble Beach famous - and True Golf Classics recreates them in stunning detail. Challenge your friends. Compete in a round of match or stroke play. Bet on a "skins" game. Or enter a real pro...

True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club

True Golf Classics: Waialae Country Club

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1991

Master the Winds of Waialae! Step up to the first tee and feel Hawaii's trade winds. This is Waialae-18 holes of championship action, played against the glittering backdrop of the Pacific. Every stroke tests your golf strategy. Should you hit big off the tee or lay up with an iron? Add backspin for bite? Chip-and-roll from the fringe? True Golf lets you perfect every stroke in your game. Every hole appears in perfect detail. Discover Waialae's deep-pitched bunkers and marble-slick greens. Unsure about strategy? Look for tips from the club pro. Every round serves up a new challenge. Compete...

Undeadline

Undeadline

Microsoft MSX2 - January 1, 1989

A quality fantasy-themed vertical shooter with RPG elements, the game let's you choose among three distinct characters. The warrior is good at throwing axes and knives and can use his shield for protection from bullets. The wizard excels in the manipulation of elemental spirits and Ice and can perform an invisibility / invincibility spell to dodge bullets (but not enemies). While using the spell, he can't move though. Finally, the female-ninja is specialized in using Fire and the Boomerang and she has the ability to jump. The choice of the character is really important because each plays...

Waialae no Kiseki: Extra 36 Holes

Waialae no Kiseki: Extra 36 Holes

Sega Saturn - Released - February 28, 1997

Challenging and gripping, Waialae no Kiseki: Extra 36 Holes is a nice choice for sports lovers. Providing more playing options and increased fun, this golf game does what you need. Waialae no Kiseki: Extra 36 Holes is an excellent pick for delivering loads of entertainment and keeping you preoccupied for hours. Video game lovers and power users can't help appreciating the possibilities, quality, and playability of this video game. This video game features dynamic and precise game controls, so you can call your shots with precision and speed. As this golf game delivers physical and sporting...

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