Takara

AbalaBurn

AbalaBurn

Sony Playstation - Released - August 20, 1998

Eight fighters are searching find eight crystal for a legendary being named Lemuria to grant them a single wish, any which they desire. They will have to defeat the others as well to reach their goal and discover the legend of Lemuria!

Arabian Nights: Sabaku no Seirei-ou

Arabian Nights: Sabaku no Seirei-ou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - June 14, 1996

In this Japan-exclusive Super Famicom game, the player assumes the role of an orphan named Shukran, who is accompanied by the djinn Ifrit on her adventures to bring peace to her desert homeland.

Arcana Strikes

Arcana Strikes

Sega Saturn - Released - December 11, 1997

Arcana Strikes (アルカナ ストライクス) is a 1997 card battling game for the Sega Saturn by Takara released exclusively in Japan.

Armored Police Metal Jack

Armored Police Metal Jack

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 8, 1992

Metal Jack is a Strategy game, developed by Kid and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 29, 1993

South Town is no place for the weak. Yet into this urban battle zone comes Ryo; braving the mean streets in order to rescue his kidnapped sister. With his friend Robert, the two must use all their strength and skills to battle and defeat the toughest fighters ever assembled. These fighters are big, powerful, strong - each possess special skills that will be hard to counter. Ryo must master the Super Attacks if he is to be victorious. Fight hard, fast and furious. Only the strongest of fighters will survive the streets of South Town.

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman: Gekitan! Rising Valkyrie!!

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman: Gekitan! Rising Valkyrie!!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 2000

Bakukyuu Renpatsu!! Super B-Daman Gekitan! Rising Valkyrie! is a Role-Playing game, developed by Alpha Unit and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2000.

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002: Beybattle Tournament 2

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002: Beybattle Tournament 2

Sony Playstation - Released - August 1, 2002

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Beybattle Tournament 2 is the second game based on the manga for the Playstation One console. The game features 2 different characters in the story mode (a boy and a girl) to choose from, different game modes and new enemies.

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade: Bey Battle Tournament

Bakuten Shoot Beyblade: Bey Battle Tournament

Sony Playstation - December 13, 2001

Battle Arena Nitoushinden

Battle Arena Nitoushinden

Sony Playstation - Released - September 20, 1996

The Toshinden cast goes back to school, as Toshinden Kids enters the arena...school arena that is. Select your favorite character in their youthful appearance and take on the rival fighters with all your might. 4 New characters appear for the first time in the series!

Battle Arena Toshinden

Battle Arena Toshinden

Sony Playstation - Released - January 1, 1995

In Battle Arena Toshinden eight world renown weapon fighters have been invited to a mysterious tournament. It is one of the first one-on-one beat-em-ups to feature the ability to sidestep a full 360 degrees around the opponent allowing one to strike from any angle. Aside from the 3d movement, Toshinden's game play can be considered similar to Street Fighter, but in 3d and with a little less depth to the moves. Two versions of Toshinden were released; for the Sony PlayStation and later a lesser known version for DOS PC's. However the PC version is not a straight port of the PlayStation...

Battle Arena Toshinden 2

Battle Arena Toshinden 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 29, 1995

Battle Arena Toshinden 2 is the first sequel to Battle Arena Toshinden. It adds three new starting fighters; Tracy and Chaos with the original game's final boss, Gaia returning un-armoured and with a completely new move set. There are also three new bosses and hidden characters raising the total number of fighters to 15 (up from 10). Toshinden 2, on top of additional special attacks for every character, adds several running attacks to each character: the ability to strike a grounded opponent with new ground attacks and the powerful Overdrive attacks that one must fill up a bar by using...

Battle Arena Toshinden 2 PLUS

Battle Arena Toshinden 2 PLUS

Sony Playstation - Released - August 9, 1996

Battle Arena Toshinden 2 PLUS is an updated version of Toshinden 2 released only in Japan. CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON…and do battle against the greatest warriors of the world! Each martial arts fighter has been personally selected to represent his/her special techniques and tactics in a winner-takes-all secret tournament that defies death. Your favorite characters are back in the arena with new moves and special attacks-Eiji, the master swordsman, Sofia and her deadly whip, and Mondo with his powerful spear! Two mysterious new contenders also join the battle with original moves and abilities...

Battle Arena Toshinden 3

Battle Arena Toshinden 3

Sony Playstation - Released - March 31, 1997

Battle Arena Toshinden 3 is the he third instalment of the Toshinden series. After the defeat of the Secret Society in Battle Arena Toshinden 2, a new group of villains emerges. Known as the Organization, they wish to use the Toshinden fighters as blood sacrifices for a ritual to summon their dark god. The number of fighters has been raised from the 15 characters of the previous game to a notably larger 32; 14 starting fighters, 14 Organization counterparts and 4 bosses. Though many of the Organization counterparts have near identical move lists to their equivalent starting...

Battle Arena Toshinden URA: Ultimate Revenge Attack

Battle Arena Toshinden URA: Ultimate Revenge Attack

Sega Saturn - Released - September 27, 1996

The Toshinden Tournament is over. Through the battles some of the fighters have uncovered much about the shadowy events surrounding their lives. But the others now head home with little more than a few bruises and unfulfilled dreams. None of them, however, are aware that a new battle is about to begin. Throughout the world, martial arts experts are disappearing. Police from various nations are cooperating in an international manhunt to find the criminal responsible for the murders. Yet no motive has been established, and there is little evidence available. A wave of terror has struck the...

Boku no Choro-Q

Boku no Choro-Q

Sony Playstation - Released - March 7, 2002

Bouken Yuuki Pluster World: Densetsu no Plust Gate

Bouken Yuuki Pluster World: Densetsu no Plust Gate

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 4, 2003

Bouken Yuuki Pluster World: Densetsu no Pluster Gate EX is a Role-Playing game, developed by Will and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Bouken Yuuki Pluster World: Pluston GP

Bouken Yuuki Pluster World: Pluston GP

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 24, 2003

Bouken Yuuki Pluster World: Pluston GP (Starter Set) is a Racing game, published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Brave Saga: Shinshou Astaria

Brave Saga: Shinshou Astaria

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - January 26, 2001

Brave Saga: Shinshou Astaria is a Role-Playing game developed and published by Takara for the Game Boy Color platform. It was never released outside of Japan.

Chibi Maruko-Chan 2: Deluxe Maruko World

Chibi Maruko-Chan 2: Deluxe Maruko World

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 13, 1991

Chibi Maruko-Chan 2: Deluxe Maruko World is an Adventure game, developed by Kid and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1991.

Chibi Maruko-chan 3: Mezase! Game Taishou no Maki

Chibi Maruko-chan 3: Mezase! Game Taishou no Maki

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - March 27, 1992

Chibi Maruko-Chan 3: Mezase! Game Taishou no Maki is an Action game, developed by Kid and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Chibi Maruko-Chan 4: Korega Nippon Dayo! Oujisama

Chibi Maruko-Chan 4: Korega Nippon Dayo! Oujisama

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - August 7, 1992

Chibi Maruko-Chan 4: Korega Nippon Dayo! Oujisama is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Kid and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Chibi Maruko-chan: Issho ni Asobou Yo

Chibi Maruko-chan: Issho ni Asobou Yo

Sega Pico - Released - 1995

Chibi Maruko-chan: Issho ni Asobou Yo is an Educational game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in 1995.

Chibi Maruko-Chan: Maruko Deluxe Gekijou

Chibi Maruko-Chan: Maruko Deluxe Gekijou

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - May 26, 1995

Chibi Maruko-Chan: Maruko Deluxe Gekijou is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Kid and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1995.

Chibi Maruko-chan: Maruko Enikki World

Chibi Maruko-chan: Maruko Enikki World

Sony Playstation - Released - December 22, 1995

Chibi Maruko-chan: Okozukai Daisakusen

Chibi Maruko-chan: Okozukai Daisakusen

Nintendo Game Boy - December 7, 1990

Chibi Maruko-Chan Okozukai Daisakusen! is a Role-Playing game, developed by Kid and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1990.

Chiisana Kyojin Microman

Chiisana Kyojin Microman

Sony Playstation - Released - November 3, 1999

Microman that appeared more than 20! Faithfully reproduced toy at the time, a figure set up personality. Use different weapons and a variety of Microman, defend your base from acro Year, is dramatic action game movie adopt cutwork system. Possible simultaneous play 2P! By collecting items during the game, you are able to collection of movies and illustrations of the time and Microman CM. One spring day, a small package is delivered to Kohei Kuji, a school boy. When he open the box he found five small action-figures inside. To his surprise, they begin to move around and start to talk to...

Choro Q 64 2: Hachamecha Grand Prix Race

Choro Q 64 2: Hachamecha Grand Prix Race

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 24, 1999

Choro Q 64 2:Hacha-Mecha Grand Prix Race is a racing game released in 1999 in Japan for the Nintendo 64. It is the sequel to Choro Q 64 (Penny Racers outside of Japan) and is part of the Choro Q series. The game is also compatible with the Game Boy Color game Choro Q Hyper Customable GB, using the GB Transfer Pak. Race modes include; Single race, Grand Prix, Time Trial, and Versus.

Choro Q Jet: Rainbow Wings

Choro Q Jet: Rainbow Wings

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Upcoming "Choro Q" The plane! ! Taming fighter full of personality, to shoot down enemy fighters flying around the various stages, shattered the ambitions of the evil! ! Vulcan and missiles, deadly weapons, various actions, such as rolling or loop can be minimal. The two men in the game I'll enjoy a dogfight incandescent! ! Choro Q Jet Rainbow Wings is a turn in the Choro Q series, since this time the game is not about driving cars, since this game is a 3D shooter game that is divided in different missions. To complete the missions you have to destroy the objetives and after you destroy...

Choro Q Marine Q-Boat

Choro Q Marine Q-Boat

Sony Playstation - Released - June 25, 1998

Choro Q Marine Q-boat is a racing game that take a boat to race. Like the previous game before-that TAKARA has developed (Choro Q series) we can get a lot of boats here, like the ship of Titanic and even in this game there are lot of fish we can get too.

Choro Q Park

Choro Q Park

Sega Saturn - Released - March 26, 1998

Choro Q Park (チョロQパーク) is a 1998 racing game for the Sega Saturn in which players race Takara's Choro Q/Penny Racers line of toy cars. It was only released in Japan.

Choro Q Ver. 1.02

Choro Q Ver. 1.02

Sony Playstation - Released - June 12, 1996

Choro Q is a driving game with a difference. It is based around super deformed versions of all your favourite cars. It features Championships, limited Time Trials, Free Runs, Two Player Slpit Screen and multitudes of options. The most novel feature is the ability to upgrade your car in any way you care to. It was developed by TamSoft for Takara Co., Japan using the HyperSolid graphics engine previously seen in such games as Toshinden 2. The game features cute little cars and lush, detailed backgrounds but the name of the game is the gadgets. You can add weapons to your car, put on special...

Choro Q2

Choro Q2

Sony Playstation - Released - February 21, 1997

Choro-Q 2 (Japanese: チョロQ2) is the second 3D Choro-Q racing game released on the Sony PlayStation on February 21, 1997. The game was never released outside of Japan, however there exists a fan translation on the internet.

Choro Q3

Choro Q3

Sony Playstation - Released - February 19, 1998

With Choro Q 3 Takara and Tamsoft finally managed to reach the zenith of their Choro Q license. This racing game is, without a doubt, the best one in the Choro Q series. The gameplay is where Choro Q3 shines. The Choro Q cars have very short wheelbases, so they have different physics than cars in other racing games. In order to succeed here, you have to re-learn how to drive. The parts the player starts with are supposed to be inferior to some of the ones you will get later on. As you win more races, you'll gain enough money to soup up your tiny car to be quick and agile. Buying new...

Choro-Q HG 3

Choro-Q HG 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2002

Choro-Q HG 3 (Japanese: チョロQ HG 3) (also known as Gadget Racers in Europe) is a role-playing, racing game for the PS2. It is the sequel to Choro-Q HG 2. It was also slated to be published in North America by Conspiracy Entertainment under the title Road Trip Adventure Avenue but it was cancelled for unknown reasons.

Choro-Q Hyper Customable GB

Choro-Q Hyper Customable GB

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - 1999

Choro-Q Wonderful!

Choro-Q Wonderful!

Sony Playstation - Released - August 5, 1999

And run through to the town from the city, large adventure unprecedented in "Choro Q"! Mystery, remodeling, adventure, race all Hachamecha power up! This is the culmination of "Choro Q" series! Choro Q who now I'll hold a conversation in Choro Q word. In Choro Q world became even more fun, what adventure wonder if waiting! ? Choro Q Wonderful is another in the series of Choro Q racing games. along the line of ships and planes, this is another car racing game. This game was the latest one for the Playstation One console. Take your car and drive. A wide varitey of tracks offers varied...

Combat Choro Q

Combat Choro Q

Sony Playstation - Released - February 25, 1999

Based on the original tank can make vehicle modifications! Speaking of the six still Choro Q. You can make your own tank by making full use of more than 100 kinds of parts of the power system, armor, and weapons. Emerged as enemy tanks, more than 100 tanks of all ages appeared! You can also enjoy feeling if you look at the description of the Q tank army. Because up to four people can play simultaneously, depending on matchup with the 200% level of excitement tanks. Combat Choro Q is is really different from the rest of the Choro Q series (in which you drive a car) 'cause in this game the...

Cool Ball

Cool Ball

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 17, 1991

You and your best girl were floating happily in the vast void of space. Suddenly, the Big Bang occurs, separating the two of you. It's up to you to travel through time to find her. Before this can happen, you must go though a number of levels collecting items. However, the items must be collected in the proper order, and you will face a number of obstacles including piranhas, pterodactyls, rats, and birds. Keep bouncing and stay focused on the goal to be reuniting with you girlfriend in COOL BALL.

Crisis City

Crisis City

Sony Playstation - Released - June 4, 1998

Crisis City is an action game with 3 different game modes: Time Attack allows you to choose any of the seven game characters and romp through a selection of levels at lightning pace. Each character is rated A, B or C with a bar scale highlighting their personal strengths and weaknesses. Comparable to the best beat-em-ups they are all remarkably dissimilar to control therefore each will provide a unique challenge in their own right. Some move extremely swiftly but may only carry a hand pistol while others are a little slower off the mark but are packed with high-power weapons of...

Cyber Spin

Cyber Spin

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 19, 1992

The Grand Prix Championship ain't for wimps! Sever drivers from around the World all want that #1 spot. Take the Cyber Car to victory over some of the meanest courses ever devised? Competing requires fast reflexes and cool nerves. Swerve through tight curves, past bottomless canyons and high above City streets. Don't let a single car get past you - to win you gotta drive as if your life depends on it. Every course is increasingly more difficult. Rise to the challenge and make our way through the toughest terrain that countries as Peru, Kenya, Spain, England, and America have to offer.

Dai-2-kai! Quiz Darake no Jinsei Game

Dai-2-kai! Quiz Darake no Jinsei Game

Sony Playstation - October 17, 2002

Dan Doh!! Tobase Shouri no Smile Shot

Dan Doh!! Tobase Shouri no Smile Shot

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 22, 2004

Deep Sea Adventure: Kaitei-kyuu Pantarassa no Nazo

Deep Sea Adventure: Kaitei-kyuu Pantarassa no Nazo

Sony Playstation - Released - March 20, 1997

Dragon Attack

Dragon Attack

Sord M5 - 1983

An advanced new robot fighter takes on attacking mechanical dragons in an exciting space battle! The player operates a fighter robot which must dodge missiles fired by mechanical dragons while returning the fire. The idea is to move the robot to the right or left and fire missiles at the dragons or UFO. One robot is knocked out of the game if it is hit by fire from a dragon, or if a dragon is allowed to move all the way to the base of the screen. Game ends when all three robots have been lost. Each time you score 10,000 points during the game, an additional robot will be provided as a...

DreamMix TV World Fighters

DreamMix TV World Fighters

Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 18, 2003

A fledgling television program has been suffering from poor audience approval, and the station that carries the show has informed its producers that they will have to rectify the situation or face inevitable cancellation. An unorthodox plan is implemented: broadcast a contest pitting various superstars from different realities in physical combat in order to increase ratings. Up to four gamers can choose from seventeen playable characters, each with their own themed backdrop, from video game and toy series such as Castlevania, Metal Gear, Gradius, Bomberman, Adventure Island, Bloody...

DreamMix TV World Fighters

DreamMix TV World Fighters

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 18, 2003

A fledgling television program has been suffering from poor audience approval, and the station that carries the show has informed its producers that they will have to rectify the situation or face inevitable cancellation. An unorthodox plan is implemented: broadcast a contest pitting various superstars from different realities in physical combat in order to increase ratings. Gamers can choose from seventeen playable characters, each with their own themed backdrop, from video game and toy series such as Castlevania, Metal Gear, Gradius, Bomberman, Adventure Island, Bloody Roar,...

Duel Masters

Duel Masters

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 18, 2003

Duel Masters Nettou! Battle Arena

Duel Masters Nettou! Battle Arena

Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 18, 2003

Based on the Duel Masters Trading Card game in Japan, Duel Masters: Sempai Legends puts you in the role of a kohai (junior duelist). Your grandfather, a great Sempai (senior duelist), gives you a valuable Duel Masters card, which is soon stolen by a mysterious man. Now it is up to you to travel to nearby towns and villages in hopes of regaining the stolen property. Along the way, you'll face many opponents in Duel Masters tournaments with the hope of one day becoming a professional Duelist.

DX Jinsei Game

DX Jinsei Game

Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 27, 2001

DX Jinsei Game

DX Jinsei Game

Sega Saturn - Released - December 15, 1995

DX Jinsei Game (DX人生ゲーム ~デラックスじんせいゲーム~) is a gambling game for the Sega Saturn. It was followed by DX Jinsei Game II.

DX Jinsei Game II

DX Jinsei Game II

Sega Saturn - Released - July 24, 1997

DX Jinsei Game II (DX人生ゲームⅡ ~デラックスじんせいゲームツー~) is a sequel to DX Jinsei Game.

DX Jinsei Game III

DX Jinsei Game III

Sony Playstation - Released - December 2, 1999

Jinsei Game DX or better known as The Game of Life Deluxe in English is just what you’d expect it to be, a Playstation version of the popular board game in 3D. Actually, this is quite good if you like the original board game. There’s not much else to say really apart than up to four players can play together on different sized boards. This is the third in the DX Jinsei game series for Playstation.

DX Jinsei Game IV

DX Jinsei Game IV

Sony Playstation - Released - November 29, 2001

DX Jinsei Game IV is a Board/Mini-game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2001

DX Jinsei Game V

DX Jinsei Game V

Sony Playstation - Released - December 5, 2002

Jinsei Game DX or better known as The Game of Life Deluxe in English is just what you’d expect it to be, a Playstation version of the popular board game in 3D. Actually, this is quite good if you like the original board game. There’s not much else to say really apart than up to four players can play together on different sized boards. This is the fifth in the DX Jinsei game series for Playstation. It has 100 different jobs choices! Depending on the type of job, different event happens. Survive the job to be a professional!

DX Monopoly

DX Monopoly

Sony Playstation - Released - December 21, 2000

DX Monopoly is a Board game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 200

DX Monopoly GB

DX Monopoly GB

Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 21, 2000

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game: Let's Travel in Japan

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game: Let's Travel in Japan

Sega Saturn - Released - December 20, 1996

DX Nippon Tokkyuu Ryokou Game (DX日本特急旅行ゲーム) is a table game for the Sega Saturn

DX Okuman Chouja Game II: The Money Battle

DX Okuman Chouja Game II: The Money Battle

Sony Playstation - Released - September 23, 1998

DX Okuman Chouja Game II is an isometric 2D board game with a theme of business and earning money. Featuring cartoon graphics and different characters to choose from that can be customized by the player using the game editor. The player can buy buildings, streets, airports, hospitals, and other things to improve his or hers finances since in each turn they provide him with earnings. There are squares with card and other events that will affect the gameplay.

DX Shachou Game

DX Shachou Game

Sony Playstation - Released - July 8, 1999

DX Shachou Game is a Board game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1999

D-Xhird

D-Xhird

Sega Saturn - Released - May 30, 1997

D-Xhird is 3D arcade, weapon-based 1vs 1 fighting game, similar to Battle Arena Toshinden (1 character from Battle Arena Toshinden, Eiji Shinjo comes back as unlockable character). The player can choose 1 from 10 initially playable characters (+4 unlockable heroes), each with own weapon (for example, Sabrina uses stun baton, Lucifer uses scythe, Karen has 2 chakrams). Game is based on 3d arenas - players can strafe and be thrown out from ring. Gameplay is typical - player must beat opponent to go to next opponent.

Eberouge

Eberouge

Sega Saturn - Released - May 30, 1997

Eberouge (エーベルージュ) is a dating simulation game for the Sega Saturn. Original game developed by Fujitsu Parex, and Saturn version published by Takara. It was followed by Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu, also on the Saturn.

Eberouge 2

Eberouge 2

Sony Playstation - Released - February 25, 1999

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu

Sony Playstation - Released - June 11, 1998

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu

Sega Saturn - Released - June 11, 1998

Eberouge Special: Koi to Mahou no Gakuen Seikatsu (エーベルージュスペシャル ~恋と魔法の学園生活~) is a 1998 romance simulation game in Fujitsu Parex's Eberouge series of games released for the Sega Saturn in Japan by Takara.

Eskimon

Eskimon

Sord M5 - Released - 1983

Eskimon is an Action game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1983.

EX Jinsei Game II

EX Jinsei Game II

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 6, 2003

EX Okuman Chouja Game: The Money Battle

EX Okuman Chouja Game: The Money Battle

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 27, 2001

Fatal Fury

Fatal Fury

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 27, 1992

The King of the Fighters Tournament is not for the weak. Choose among 11 strong and powerful fighters - defeat all comers and take home the Championship. As Joe Higashi, Terry or Andy Bogard, it's your mission to defeat the evil and sinister Geese Howard - who holds all of Southtown City in his grasp. Use your special skills and lightning fast reflexes to advance through the many stages of City Streets. Along with mighty skills and magical powers, you have a true heart and the power of good at your side. Strike hard until all have been defeated. For only through fierce combat can you be...

Fatal Fury Special

Fatal Fury Special

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 25, 1994

Fatal Fury Special (餓狼伝説SPECIAL Garō Densetsu Special, "Legend of the Hungry Wolf Special") is a 1993 head-to-head fighting game produced by SNK originally released for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. It is an updated version of Fatal Fury 2, introducing several changes to the gameplay system while expanding the available character roster.

Fruit Search

Fruit Search

Sord M5 - Released - 1983

Fruit Search is a Puzzle game based on Mastermind but using fruit instead, developed and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1983.

Geometry Duel

Geometry Duel

Sony Playstation - Released - October 29, 1998

Hamepane Tokyo Mew Mew

Hamepane Tokyo Mew Mew

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 11, 2002

Hamepane Tokyo Mew Mew is a Puzzle game, developed by WinkySoft and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Heavy Boxing

Heavy Boxing

Sord M5 - Released - 1983

Enter a heavyweight title match! Fend off your opponent's attack with footwork and fast ducking, while counterattacking with jabs and straight punches. Dance like a butterfly, sting like a wasp! And with luck, a knockout!

Heavy Boxing

Heavy Boxing

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1983

Enter a heavyweight title match! Fend off your opponent's attack with footwork and fast ducking, while counterattacking with jabs and straight punches. Dance like a butterfly, sting like a wasp! And with luck, a knockout!

Hikari no Senshi Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth

Hikari no Senshi Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth

Nintendo Entertainment System - August 28, 1987

Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth is the English title for the Japanese game known as Hikari no Senshi Foton (光の戦士 フォトン 惑星ゾルディアスの戦い Hikari no Senshi Foton Wakusei Zoldias no Tatakai?, lit. Light Warrior Photon Planet Zoldias Battle). It is an adventure game developed for the Famicom by Takara, and published in 1987. The English name of the game has special significance, since "Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth" is also the name of the first commercial version of a game commonly known today as Laser Tag. However, besides the name, and the fact that you play a character who fires...

Hirake! Ponkikki

Hirake! Ponkikki

Nintendo Entertainment System - April 17, 1992

Hirake! Ponkikki is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Minato Giken and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1992.

International Cue Club

International Cue Club

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 20, 2002

International Cue Club lets the player experience what it is like to play billiards with physics designed so that the billiards, table surfaces are cues react realistically. There are a dozen different games to compete in including the standard 8 ball, 9 ball, rotation and different games such as Carom and Bowliards. There are also 25 different table designs to choose from as well that are fully rendered in 3D. It also features four different game modes including a puzzle mode and eight different AI opponents to go up against or go head-to-head against a friend.

Inuyasha: Naraku no Wana! Mayoi no Mori no Shoutaijou

Inuyasha: Naraku no Wana! Mayoi no Mori no Shoutaijou

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - January 23, 2003

Inuyasha: Naraku no Wana! Mayoi no Mori no Shoutaijou is a Miscellaneous game, developed by WinkySoft and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2003.

Jinsei Game

Jinsei Game

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 23, 1995

Fantasy-based digital board game for Game Boy, based on the Japanese version of The Game of Life.

Jinsei Game 64

Jinsei Game 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - March 19, 1999

Jinsei Game 64 is a virtual board game based on The Game of Life. The game starts the player out as a kid, going through school, getting a job, and completing a lifetime in about four hours. Whoever has the most money at the end win. The game features different mini games that includes luck based games and skill based games.

Jinsei Game Advance

Jinsei Game Advance

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 18, 2002

Jinsei Game Advance is a Miscellaneous game, published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2002.

Jinsei Game Densetsu

Jinsei Game Densetsu

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - June 28, 1991

A fantasy board game based on The Game of Life, and the first game in the Jinsei Game series.

Jinsei Game for Dreamcast

Jinsei Game for Dreamcast

Sega Dreamcast - Released - June 22, 2000

Jinsei Game for Dreamcast (人生ゲーム for Dreamcast) is a computer version of the The Game of Life board game released for the Sega Dreamcast exclusively in Japan in 2000.

Jinsei Game Happy Family Gotouchi Neta Zouryou Shiage

Jinsei Game Happy Family Gotouchi Neta Zouryou Shiage

Nintendo Wii - Released - September 1, 2011

Jinsei Game Wii EX

Jinsei Game Wii EX

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 13, 2008

The classic board game, The Game of Life, has been upgraded in Jinsei Game Wii EX (人生ゲームWii EX)! This time, it became a worldwide map starting from Japan and aiming for the most successful person in the world. Compared to the previous work, the tempo has increased dramatically, and you can play without pouring water into a fun atmosphere. In addition to more than 800 events, 14 types of hands-on party games are also recorded. There are 8 types of maps that can be used on the moon!? Occupations that are important points in the game of life are available worldwide! Let's challenge more and...

Jinsei Game: Happy Family

Jinsei Game: Happy Family

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 11, 2010

Jinsei Game: Happy Family (人生ゲーム ハッピーファミリー) is different from the Game of Life this time! When you get married and have children, your children can get a job! If you get married and have children, you will also be a worker! Life is different for each person ... Priceless! There must be priceless happiness in life that is hard to change! The happiness also has a big influence on the game! Repeated play is fun! You can take over the play by your grandchildren / descendants! The more you play, the more exciting the game!

Jinsei Game: Tomodachi Takusan Tsukurou yo!

Jinsei Game: Tomodachi Takusan Tsukurou yo!

Nintendo Game Boy Color - April 23, 1999

Joe & Mac

Joe & Mac

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

The game stars the green-haired Joe and the blue-haired Mac, cavemen who battle though numerous prehistoric levels using, weapons such as boomerangs, bones, fire, flints, electricity, stone wheels, and clubs. The objective of the game is simply rescuing a group of girls who were kidnapped by a rival tribe of cavemen. The gameplay is somewhat similar to Contra and has a Gauntlet-style health system, where the player loses health over a period of time apart from in boss battles. This health system is also not unlike that of Sega's Wonder Boy. The game could be played in either single player or...

Katekyoo Hitman Reborn! DS: Flame Rumble: Mukuro Kyoushuu!

Katekyoo Hitman Reborn! DS: Flame Rumble: Mukuro Kyoushuu!

Nintendo DS - Released - June 28, 2007

Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix +

Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix +

Microsoft Xbox - Released - December 5, 2002

Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix 2

Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 26, 2004

Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix 2 is an Action game, developed and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 2004

Kimi no Kimochi, Boku no Kokoro: I've Posessed Your Body!

Kimi no Kimochi, Boku no Kokoro: I've Posessed Your Body!

Sony Playstation - Released - September 14, 1999

King of the Monsters

King of the Monsters

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 31, 1992

ONLY THE MONSTERS WILL SURVIVE. The Universe has turned, and Man is no longer master of the Earth. The Era of the Super Monster has arrived. Each monsters is cruel and vicious, but who is the strongest Super Monster of all? Only through battle will this be known, as Cities are smashed and Mankind quakes with fear. Become one of four Super Monsters, and challenge the rest to combat. Fight with massive force and use special powers to defeat Monster and human foes alike. Avoid the human's military might and smash their tanks and planes or use them as bludgeons against your fellow Monsters....

King of the Monsters

King of the Monsters

Sega Genesis - Released - March 1, 1993

Players get to choose any one of four monsters for battle, and two players can join forces to fight the monsters together. Battles end when one of the monsters is pinned for a three count or if time expires (in which case the player loses). The game consists of 8 total levels: the player first must defeat all four monsters, with the last monster being oneself, but in a different palette. Then the player must defeat the four monsters again, in the same order, but this time in different cities.

King of the Monsters 2

King of the Monsters 2

Sega Genesis - Released - 1994

King of the Monsters 2 on the Sega Genesis is a slightly different game than the original Neo Geo version. While the original let you play one of three different monsters to go through side-scrolling beat'em-up stages and fight (non-playable) monster as boss enemies, the Genesis version was re-worked into a one-on-one fighter similar to the first King of the Monsters game. Apart from Farmardy, all characters from the Neo Geo version are playable. To win, the player must defeat all other monsters and a clone of the played monster in a fight. The matches take place in areas built from the...

King of the Monsters 2

King of the Monsters 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 22, 1993

Who is the Ultimate King of all Monsters? They're back, and they're meaner than ever! Alien Super Monsters have now invaded the planet. Super Geon, Atomic Guy, and Cyber Woo must fight to maintain control of the planet. These alien creatures have power never seen before. Flaming Breath, Aerial Spins, and Radioactive Blasts, to name a few. With your help, these Super-Monsters must destroy all in their path, while battling these savage aliens, and avoiding the nuisance of Human Tanks and Planes. Use each Monster's special attacks as well as new Super-Attacks to wipe out each alien, destroy each...

Kuma no Puutarou: Takara Sagashi da Ooiri Game Battle!

Kuma no Puutarou: Takara Sagashi da Ooiri Game Battle!

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - February 29, 1996

Kuma no Puutarou: Takara Sagashi da Ooiri Game Battle! is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Electronics Application and published by Takara, which was released in Japan in 1996.

Lost Word of JeNnY: Ushinawareta Message

Lost Word of JeNnY: Ushinawareta Message

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 25, 1987

Jenny’s on her way to the theater to practice for an upcoming role. Her script gets stolen though and has to track the pages down in different stages which are entered through the hub world. Once you collect a key and memorize letters and numbers, you go to the theater and use them to unlock the combination lock. Jenny has 2 abilities: punching and kicking, and after picking up powerups, throwing stars and bug spray

Magnetic Power Microman: Generation 2000

Magnetic Power Microman: Generation 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - December 16, 1999

The game let you choose between play as Microman or Microlady. The gameplay is fairly straightforward and involves simply wandering around as the camera angles change in cinematic fashion. But occasionally the game requires players to utilize the Micropeople's magnetic lasso abilities to advance. The game features differents modes: - Adventure - Vs mode in this mode you fight in differents stages using a avariety of chsracters

Mahou Poi Poi Poitto!

Mahou Poi Poi Poitto!

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 5, 1994

Mahou Poi Poi Poitto! ("Magic Poi Poi Poitto!") is a puzzle game developed by Metro and published by TAKARA for the Arcade and SNES. It plays similarly to other match-3 games of the era, like Columns, in that the player has to line up three identical pieces horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Pieces fall in square clumps of four, sometimes including cloud pieces which immediately vanish, and very rarely including a sun icon that can remove all the icons of a single type. The game features a competitive two-player mode and a one-player story mode. In the story mode, the player takes on a...

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