Super Nintendo Entertainment System - October 29, 1993
Classic Road is a horse racing simulation game. The player can gamble on races, or raise their own racehorses and race them for cash prizes.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 24, 1995
A horseracing simulation game.The player owns their own stables and can raise and race their own racehorses. They can also choose to bet on other races for additional funds. Players split their time between their stables and the betting track at their discretion.
Sega CD - Released - February 24, 1995
Daihoushinden (大封神伝) is a Sega Mega-CD RPG released exclusively in Japan.
NEC PC-9801 - Released - April 22, 1994
You're Conrad B. Hart, Galaxis Bureau of Investigation Agent and right now you're stranded on a far-away planet after discovering an alien plot to overtake Earth. You must travel and find your way through four planets back to Earth and foil the aliens' sinister and deadly plans.
Sega Genesis - December 17, 1993
Metal Fangs (メタルファング) is a game for the Sega Mega Drive by Victor. It was not released outside of Japan. it's an Arcade racing game with top-down perspective in which two teams of four circle a track with the goal of eliminating each other.
Sega Saturn - Released - September 29, 1995
Metal Fighter Miku (メタルファイター ＭＩＫＵ) is an adventure game for the Sega Saturn.
Sega Saturn - Released - 1996
Sea Bass Fishing (シーバスフィッシング) is a fishing game developed by Victor Entertainment for the Sega Saturn. It was not released in North America. It is not the same game as the 1998 Sea Bass Fishing, released for Sega Titan Video arcade hardware. The game would be followed by Sea Bass Fishing 2, a Japanese exclusive.
NEC TurboGrafx-CD - Released - January 1, 1991
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective can be described as a hybrid of adventure game and simulation. Gameplay process involves traveling to various locations in London, interrogating suspects, gathering clues, checking out the newspapers, and eventually presenting all the evidence to the judge; if the latter finds the circumstances incriminating, he will accept the results of the investigation, and the case will be considered solved. Though the basic gameplay is rather typical for adventure games, the amount of real detective work and the focus of the game on purely case-related actions rather...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - August 2, 1991
The goal in Skweek, similar to other puzzle games like Q*Bert, is to color in every block on the map from blue to pink. Skweek needs to avoid the various enemies on the map in order to complete his task. He can collect power-ups and point items, as well as finding shortcuts to the next level and a series of four collectible teddy bears which appear randomly around the stage. If Skweek finds all four bears, he can skip to the next stage without completing the one he is on.
Sega Saturn - Released - February 7, 1997
After exhausting the Earth’s resources, particularly fossil fuel, innumerable trade companies team up with NASA and begin initiating space programs dedicated to finding resources outside the planet Earth. Mining facilities are established in different areas outside of Earth, particularly on large asteroids near the Moon and most especially on Mars. Various resources are found from these areas and distributed to Earth which aid in the world economy. The largest company that is established from this is the Jin-Sei (Exhausting Star) Corporation set in Japan which is worth 1 trillion in New Yen...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 22, 1994
Super Castles is a 1994 strategy game developed and published by Victor Entertainment. It is based on, and sources, Interplay's 1992 computer game Castles. The goal of the game is to place and design the towers, walls, ramparts and moats of a number of castles in strategically sound locations and then organize the funding and manpower to construct them by managing the local populace. Players need to stay on top of their workers' happiness, monetary and nutritional needs in order to get their castles built in time. Super Castles is one of a handful of Super Nintendo games to use the SNES...
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - March 17, 1995
Super Suzume Gou ("Super Strong Sparrow" - the etymology of the word "mahjong" includes the kanji for "sparrow", and many mahjong games refer to it) is a mahjong game for the Super Famicom. The game was published by Victor Entertainment, and while the developer is not made clear in-game the programmer for Super Suzume Gou was working for contract developers Office Koukan at the time when the game was made. The player creates an avatar, including their name, portrait, date of birth and blood type, and takes on various computer opponents in four-player games. Each character/portrait has their...
NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 14, 1990
Toy Shop Boys is a vertical shooter by Victor. The evil Gamma has stolen all the toys and keeps them in his protected castle. The player takes control of a group of three flying kids. They have decided to defeat the baddies and get to Gamma's fortress. Only one kid can be used at the same time though and each one of the has his own set of weapons and skills which include rotating sword, vulcan gun and Boomerangs. As usual, special items can be collected on the way, enhancing they weaponary or activating special features such as short invulnerability or smart-bombs capable of destroying...
Sega Saturn - Released - 1996
Virtual Golf, known as Tournament Leader (トーナメント・リーダー) in Japan, is a golf game for the Sega Saturn. No versions of Virtual Golf made it to North America. In this golf simulator you are allowed to win in Scottish Open on Championship Golf Courses, including The Bowery, Kilmarney, Penperro, and Carnoustie. There are many players in the game, who can rise during the playing. You can choose, edit or create one of them. Choosing a club, striking a ball, and counting turns, you have to beat your opponents, taking into account wind and height of landscape. The game employs 3 different camera...