Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 25, 1992
Aa Yakyuu Jinsei Icchokusen is a board game. The title translates to "Straight Baseball Life". Players assume the role of a small child who goes through the ranks and eventually becomes a professional baseball player if the player is successful.
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 2, 1988
Amagon, the most decorated Marine, was assigned a mission by his commander to investigate a strange, monster-infested South Pacific island, from which no man has ever returned alive. With a machine gun as his only weapon, he took off by plane and crash-landed on the island's beachhead. Amagon, with his unique ability to transform into the huge Megagon, there begins his mission to become first to conquer the island. See and experience the amazing adventures of our hero, Amagon! His rescue ship is waiting at the other side of the island. Good luck!
Sega Saturn - Released - April 19, 1996
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - January 24, 2005
Animal Basket © 2005 Sammy Corp. Known in Japan as "Hustle Tamaire Kyousou".
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - October 1, 1992
Long time ago, an evil sorceress Castomira decided to conquer the world. But a good princess revolted against her, and in a great fight defeated the sorceress. But in order to completely seal the sorceress' powers, the princess had to forge a magic sword. For a long time this sword guarded the peace of the citizens of Arcus. But now the followers of Castomira stole it, and the world is facing a great peril... This is a Gauntlet-like game: lots of action and magic, with items to collects, and many dungeons to free from monsters. The game is also viewed from an isometric perspective, typical...
Nintendo Entertainment System - June 1, 1990
The Evil Shogun has stolen the ring of Arkista, plunging the Elven Kingdom into darkness and despair. Only one elf, Christine, is brave enough to take up the treacherous challenge to recover the stolen treasure. She must fight, through towns, graveyards, and mazes crawling with hordes of monsters. Yet, with your help, can she make it to the infamous Ninja Dungeon?
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - May 1, 1992
Enter a time of barbaric madness where fighters clash with blades of steel. Armed with flying maces and razor-edged broadswords, warriors of a chaotic land await to challenge brave opponents. Only one worth contender will become MASTER OF THE REALM!
Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 5, 2001
Death Crimson OX (デスクリムゾン オックス Desu Kurimuzon Okkusu?) is a light gun shooting game developed by Ecole. It was released in arcades in 2000 then ported to the Dreamcast console in 2001 (published by Sammy Entertainment), several months after Sega had dropped support for the console. It is the third game in the Death Crimson series, and the only one to be released outside Japan. The game can be played with either a standard controller or a light gun. The game was also released as Guncom 2  in Europe and Death Crimson OX+ in Japan on the PlayStation 2
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - 2003
Demolish Fist (デモリッシュフィスト) is a 2003 beat-'em-up by Sammy and Dimps for the Atomiswave. The player controls one of four characters: Enzo, Leoneer, Vanessa, or Undead. As you battle your way through various stages, there are many items which are available to use as a weapons against your enemies. Each player has their own assortment of moves and specials that they can unleash at will. Also, all four of these characters have the ability to use the awesome 'Vertigo' technique!
Arcade - June 16, 2004
This is Football with a twist. Rather than regularly suited up football players each with their own set of morals, we have got a completely unique cast of players who don't know the meaning of the word. One of the featured teams is: The prisoners, in their traditional orange jail overalls. Then we have: The Hitman group, a group of assassinsall dressed in black suits and dark glasses, pleasant right? These men are all just urging to get their hands dirty. In total there are 12 teams in this game, various venues to play at, and the game also features a cool 4-player simultaneous play mode. With...
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - June 16, 2004
This is Football with a twist. Rather than regularly suited up football players each with their own set of morals, we have got a completely unique cast of players who don't know the meaning of the word. One of the featured teams is: The prisoners, in their traditional orange jail overalls. Then we have: The Hitman group, a group of assassins, all dressed in black suits and dark glasses, pleasant right? These men are all just urging to get their hands dirty. In total there are 12 teams in this game, various venues to play at, and the game also features a cool 4-player simultaneous play mode....
Arcade - Released - 1990
Skating DJ Boy's girl has been kidnapped by the town's local goons and DJ Boy is the only one who can save the day. This coin-op conversion offers different rounds of side-scrolling beat-em-up gameplay, each with an end boss. DJ Boy is able to punch, kick, combine them in a flying attack and punch to both sides at the same time by pressing the main attack buttons. Although the visuals are less rough and friendlier than its contemporary counterparts, the difficulty is very unforgiving. DJ Boy has only four life bars and when they are gone, the game is over without continues. Defeated enemies...
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - June 27, 2003
Dolphin Blue is a bit of an oddity. Developed and published by Sammy for their Atomiswave hardware, it's a run-n-gun arcade game released in 2003, at a time when run-n-guns were mostly out of the mainstream. It's also very obviously inspired by Metal Slug, which was, not coincidentally, the only other run-and-gun series that was still on the marketplace at this point. You play as one of two characters - Eiro, an arms dealer who is looking for some action, or Ann, a soldier who is out to protect the local kingdom. Each of them also have their own pet dolphins, which are blue and pink,...
Arcade - Released - 1994
Dyna Gear: An Action Adventure On The Era Of Dinosaur is a 2D arcade platform game. The player can choose from two characters - Roger and Wolf. Gameplay is fast and simple - just run left and shoot enemies. Heroes can use various weapons, like swords, flails or arrows. The world in Dyna Gear: An Action Adventure On The Era Of Dinosaur is full of dinosaurs and various strange creatures.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 26, 1993
A baseball game adopting the same behind-the-batter perspective as Namco's Famista series, Dynamic Stadium presents its athletes as comic book heroes rather than chibi figures, making them absurdly buff and frequently featuring action shots of them catching fly-balls and narrowly making it to base before being caught out. "Safe!" and "Out!" calls are presented as spiky word balloons. Dynamic Stadium does not feature an official NPB license, so all the team names are fictitious.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - June 30, 1995
Gamera: Gyaos Gekimetsu Sakusen ("Gamera: Operation Destroy Gyaos") is a kaiju strategy game for the Super Famicom featuring the Daiei Film characters Gamera, a giant turtle with flame breath, and Gyaos, a giant pteradon that frequently uses sonic attacks. The two are frequent rivals, with Gamera often having to protect Japan from Gyaos's destructive sprees. The game was released to coincide with Gamera: Guardian of the Universe, a 1995 movie that reboots the mighty turtle kaiju and his origin story.In the game, both Gamera and Gyaos are presented as threats, and the player has to mobilize...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 29, 1994
GB Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou Jr. is a Casino game, published by Sammy, which was released in Japan in 1994.
Arcade - Released - 2003
Go Go Cowboy is an arcade prize award system with a 'Win Every Time' feature. Players press a button to lasso cows and win prizes. Prizes are dispensed into two bins below the play screen.
WonderSwan - Released - January 13, 2000
A simple collection of two classic puzzle games, Gomoku Narabe & Reversi/Othello. Gomoku Narabe is a ancient Japanese game the title of which means "five stones in a row". The goal of the game is to place five tokens of your color (white or black) in a row. Of course your opponent will be trying to block you. The game ends when a player achieves tis penta-worthy task. The board is 14 x 14. Reversi is a game commonly known under the name that it is marketed by Pressman, Othello. In reversi ones goal is to flip the opponents tiles (white or black) by surrounding the opposing token(s) on...
Arcade - Released - 2003
The next installment in the Guilty Gear sci-fi fighting series, in which bio weapons called Gears fight among each other for ultimate supremacy and survival, as they escape the so called Holy Knights who aim to hunt down and destroy them. As with previous games in the series the game involves tournament-styled battles between characters using their special abilities and moves. However for GG Isuka the battles are 2-on-2 instead of 1-on-1, taking place in multi-plane arenas (similar to Fatal Fury) and requiring the players to switch orientation manually. Added features include two new...
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - 2005
A horse racing arcade game developed by Sammy in 2005.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1995
The only fishing game available that simulates 4 real tournament lakes. With the advice of Jimmy Houston (Two Time Winner of the B.A.S.S. Tournament "Angler of the Year" Award and 14 Time National Tournament Champion), you can learn all the ins and outs of how to actually go Bass Fishin'! The game features Shimano Rods and Reels.
Sega Saturn - Released - March 28, 1997
Jissen Pachinko Hisshouhou! Twin (実戦 パチンコ必勝法！ ＴＷＩＮ) is a Sega Saturn pachinko game.
Sega Saturn - Released - May 24, 1996
Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! 3 (実戦パチスロ必勝法！ ３) is a Sega Saturn pachi-slot game.
Sega Saturn - Released - March 15, 1997
Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! 4 (実戦！パチスロ必勝法！ ４) is a Sega Saturn pachi-slot game and a sequel to Jissen Pachi-Slot Hisshouhou! 3.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 5, 2002
Invitations to the King of Fighters Tournament have been sent to the best fighters in the world by an unknown host. Despite suspicions of an evil scheme, the fighters are ready to enter the arena to determine who the true King of Fighters will be.
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - 2003
Knights of Valour: The Seven Spirits (新·三国戦紀 七星転生) is a 2003 side-scrolling beat-'em-up by International Games System for the Atomiswave. The plot is loosely adapted from the Chinese historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms and features the Five Tiger Generals, Zhuge Liang, Diaochan and others as playable characters. The gameplay involves the use of magical powers that are not featured in other games also based on the novel.
WonderSwan - Released - March 11, 1999
MMahjong Touryuumon employs 12 different rulesets in four different game modes. It is designed for everyone from beginner to advanced users. There are eight characters for you to play against, with each of them having a peculiar habit. Moreover, in addition to these eight regular characters, many hidden characters are included. Communication battle mode is also supported. If two WonderSwans are connected with a communication cable, a battle between two players is possible.
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - 2003
A white-hot racing game that will thrill all your senses! Take part in this extravagant racing game; 3 kinds of races, formula one style, Indy car style, truck racing and on 8 different racing circuits. Use your brilliant driving technique to trim your lap time, whilst fighting against the steering feedback.
WonderSwan - Released - April 8, 1999
The mechanism for golfing in this game is simple as it is classic. The players chibi avatar stands by the tee club aloft whilst a 'power bar' fluctuates up and down beside it. When the player presses a button the power bars movements will stop and how height the bar was will effect the distance of the shot. Before this the player may of course state the direction they'd like to hit the ball and where on it's surface they would like to strike it. Hazards are or course a threat to the novice, such as sand traps, meddlesome trees, etc. The flight of the ball is shown in an overhead...
Nintendo Entertainment System - February 28, 1992
This game was released only in Japan for the Nintendo Famicom.
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - 2004
The Rumble Fish (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ) is a 2D fighting game developed by Dimps and first published by Sammy for the Atomiswave arcade platform in 2004, and was later ported by Sega to the Sony PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, The Rumble Fish 2, has since been developed.
Sammy Atomiswave - Released - March 7, 2005
The Rumble Fish 2 (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ2) is a 2D fighting game for the Atomiswave arcade platform. It was produced by Dimps and published by Sammy. It is the sequel to The Rumble Fish, bringing in several new additions. The Rumble Fish 2 uses all of the elements from the first game and adds some new ones. The Offense and Defense gauges have been divided into three sections each, allowing for more usage of Offensive and Defensive Arts, as well as techniques tied to each gauge. An addition to the system is the Boost Dive, which puts each character into a powered-up state according to their style....
Sega CD - Released - December 28, 1993
Sengoku Denshou (戦国伝承) is a beat-'em-up released for the Sega Mega-CD exclusively in Japan.
Sony Playstation 2 - April 30, 2004
Seven Samurai 20XX is a third-person 3D action game inspired by the greatest samurai tale of all time; Akira Kurosawa's The Seven Samurai. In proper tribute to the masterpiece, the game has involved the cooperation of Kurosawa Production and the late director's son, Hisao, as well as major contributions from world-famous artists such as legendary artist/designer Moebius and Academy Award® winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. Seven Samurai 20XX engages players with an experience that combines intense melee-style samurai combat with an epic story that takes the classic's timeless tale into the...
WonderSwan - Released - October 28, 1999
Wonderful game with a wide frontage that can also be used as an introduction to shogi has appeared in WonderSwan. Equipped with a variety of game modes, such as a full-fledged main shogi, a winning game where you can test your arms, and a sashimi shogi where you can try a little while. In addition, there's a strategy research mode that allows you to select various tactic patterns from the beginning, and it is the perfect game for beginners to level up. In consideration of the software for portable game machines, it is also possible to save a game record for each hand so that the game can...
Sammy Atomiswave - 2003
Compete on the speed, accuracy, and technique in this faithful reproduction of the world of target shooting. Guns are the exclusive Sammy scope gun with laser sight. Single or twin player game, which allows you to play against the computer or a friend. The game is very addictive giving you the chance to improve your ability to score the highest points, qualifying you to the next level. After the end of the events you are then graded. There are four levels from Beginner to Master, and you can play up to a hundred different events. The targets vary between moving targets and still targets, so...
Arcade - October 1, 1993
The birthplace of the powerful physical martial arts called "Survival Arts" and how they were earned became mysterious for quite some time. However, eight warriors spreading over different countries have learned some of the most important skills of the Survival Arts, while they continue learning more about them. Each one qualified for the Survival Arts tournament to see which survivor will win and obtain all the secrets of the Arts.
Arcade - Released - 2003
Sushi Bar is a puzzle game for the Sammy Atomiswave arcade board. The gameplay is very similar with Puyo Puyo where the player must rearrange various foods of the traditional Japanese culinary to unlock the next level. The game was released only in Japan.
Arcade - Released - 2002
Trophy Hunting was produced by Sammy USA Corporation in 2003. A shooting game where players can select a weapon and then select to go hunting for bears or moose.
Arcade - Released - 2001
An interactive shooting game where players go hunting for wild turkeys.
Windows - January 30, 2007
A massively multiplayer online RPG powered by a heavily modified Unreal engine and produced by former team members of the Everquest franchise. Facing the challenges of a war-torn world, the diverse people here struggle to rebuild their once great civilizations. A fragile alliance has been struck, with the lands set upon by invading forces, the races must band together to survive. In the north, the sprawling green hills of Thestra are plagued by an unstoppable undead menace. To the south, the deserts of Qalia have been besieged by an elemental threat spawned from the depths of the earth and to...
Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1991
In the distant future, the B.E.D.A. Corporation, a company involved in the development of electronic equipment and military weapons, is actually a front operated by a race of alien beings who have been living on the Earth for centuries in secrecy. The aliens have developed a substance named "Gel", which was initially intended to be used as food for their species, but also functions as an addictive substance to humans that results in terrible side-effects and is now being sold as an illegal drug within the underworld. The player takes the role of Detective Hart, a member of the Vice unit who...
SNK Neo Geo CD - November 20, 1992
Viewpoint is an arcade isometric shooter developed by Aicom and originally released in 1992 by Sammy and SNK for the Neo-Geo arcade and console platform.
Arcade - Released - 2001
Wing Shooting Championship is a 2 player head-to-head big game competition. The players can select from 5 weapons to hunt with: Pump Action, Semi-Automatic, Over and Under, Side by Side and Single Shot. There are 6 different bird stages: Great Plains Quail, Ring-Necked Pheasant, Canada Goose, American Black Duck, Mallard Duck, and Eastern Bob White Quail. Each bird stage has 12 areas with one bonus stage.