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Ashura Blaster

Ashura Blaster

Arcade - Released - 1990

Ashura Blaster is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Taito in 1990. The player controls a helicopter (selecting 1 of 4 bomb configurations) and shoots enemies in the air and ground, collects power-ups, and defeats bosses to advance levels. The kanji characters on the titlescreen read 'Ashura'. Ashura is a demon related to fighting.

Bass Rush:  Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Bass Rush: Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Nintendo 64 - Released - April 28, 2000

Bass Rush: ECOGEAR Powerworm Championship is a fishing video game released for the Dreamcast and Nintendo 64. This version was a Japan exclusive and is compatible with both rumble pack and fishing rod. The murky waters are well suited to the N64’s fogging abilities and the results are a very savory sports title reeling in the likes of Get Bass hook, line and sinker.

Bass Rush:  Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Bass Rush: Ecogear PowerWorm Championship

Sega Dreamcast - Released - April 28, 2000

Bass Rush: ECOGEAR Powerworm Championship is a fishing video game released for the Dreamcast and Nintendo 64. This version was a Japan exclusive and is compatible with both rumble pack and fishing rod. The murky waters are well suited to the N64’s fogging abilities and the results are a very savory sports title reeling in the likes of Get Bass hook, line and sinker.

Battle Flip Shot

Battle Flip Shot

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - January 1, 1998

Although the game is largely a Pong clone, it does introduce several twists to the gameplay. Players are depicted as humans wielding large shields rather than the "paddles" alone. The setting consists of various futuristic arenas; the game takes place in the first half of the 22nd century. The ball cannot leave the play area upon reaching the left or right edge of the screen, as those are also limited by walls, in addition to the typical upper and lower wall. Instead, there are single columns of targets located along both the side walls. Whenever the ball hits a target, it is eliminated and...

Battle Flip Shot

Arcade - January 1, 1998

Battle Flip Shot (sometimes also referred to simply as Flip Shot) is a 1998 ball-and-paddle game developed and published by Visco exclusively for the arcade cabinet known as the SNK Neo-Geo MVS hardware. It combines the genres of the Magnavox Odyssey Tennis game, Atari's Pong and Breakout arcades, and Nintendo's Spitball Sparky of the Game & Watch series. In 2001, Visco created and released Bang Bead, the follow-up to Battle Flip Shot.

Dramatic Adventure Quiz: Keith & Lucy

Dramatic Adventure Quiz: Keith & Lucy

Arcade - Released - 1993

Élan Plus

Élan Plus

Sony Playstation - Released - May 11, 2000

Élan plus is a renewed version of Élan, a simulation game in which the player 's objective is to be chosen as a crew on a crew exploration vehicle heading to Planet Elan. New features include scenarios and a Gallery Mode which allows you to view event graphics after clearing stages. But it all depends on you whether you can make it to Planet Elan.

Jan Jan Koi Shimasho: Lovely Pop 2 in 1

Jan Jan Koi Shimasho: Lovely Pop 2 in 1

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 1: Jang Jang Shimashow

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 1: Jang Jang Shimashow

Sony Playstation - Released - February 26, 1998

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 2: Koi Koi Shimashow

Jang Jang Koi Shimashow Separate 2: Koi Koi Shimashow

Sony Playstation - Released - April 27, 2000

Koi Koi Mahjong

Koi Koi Mahjong

SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color - Released - March 9, 2000

A mahjong game released by Visco for the Neo Geo Pocket Color in 2000.

Kokontouzai Eto Monogatari

Kokontouzai Eto Monogatari

Arcade - Released - 1994

Place up to three of the same item, horizontally, vertically or in an 'L' shape (although the 'L' can be turned in any direction).

Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho

Lovely Pop 2 in 1: Jan Jan Koi Shimasho

Sega Saturn - Released - July 30, 1998

Lovely Pop 2 in 1 Jan Jan Koi Shimasho (ラブリーポップ2in1 雀じゃん恋しましょ) is a compilation game developed and published by Visco for the Sega Saturn. The game consists two table games. The limited edition comes with an audio CD. Games included Lovely Pop Mahjong: Jan Jan Shimasho (ラブリーポップ麻雀 雀々しましょ) Super Real Hanafuda: Koi Koi Shimasho (スーパーリアル花札 恋こいしましょ)

Neo Drift Out: New Technology

Neo Drift Out: New Technology

Arcade - July 26, 1996

This is an arcade-style rallying game with a particular isometric view. To start, players chooses between three big Japanese rally-spec vehicles—the Mitsubishi Lancer, the Subaru Impreza, and the Toyota Celica—which vary in their Speed, Control, and Body stats. In each racing stage, the player needs to get to the finish line in the shortest time possible. If the clock hits zero, the player loses and the game is over unless they can continue. While driving, the time is hindered by barrels, puddles, slippery ice, cones and other obstacles in the player's path. Even other cars driving can be...

Neo Mr. Do!

Neo Mr. Do!

SNK Neo Geo AES - Unlicensed - June 26, 1997

Neo Mr. Do! is the Neo Geo adaptation of the 1982 arcade game Mr. Do!. Mr. Do is a clown, and he wants to harvest his orchard. He can beat a level by either collecting all the cherries in the level or by killing all the bad guys. Additionally, if Mr. Do can step on a trigger to cause the bad guys spelling EXTRA to appear, and then kills them all, he can progress to a timed bonus stage. The game has a lot in common with the classic game Dig Dug. Mr. Do must tunnel through his orchard to get to the cherries, but as he creates tunnels he creates more avenues for the bad guys to travel through....

Sonic Wings Limited

Sonic Wings Limited

Arcade - Released - 1997

A secret organization called Fata Morgana is developing a weapon that is capable of killing or wounding two-thirds of the world's population. A super-national group of combat experts from all over the world called Project Blue has been established to counteract Fata Morgana's evil doings. There are 6 teams, 12 pilots, and 12 fighters in this version. There are 10 stages but only 7 are playable per game. After completing Stage 4, Stage 5 and 6 are chosen depending on player's performance. After completing Stage 6, one of Fight in Orbit, Another Dimension, or Mars becomes Stage 7, depending...

Super Drift Out

Super Drift Out

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 24, 1995

A rallying video game and the third game in the Drift Out series, and was followed by Neo Drift Out: New Technology; unlike the previous Drift Out '94: The Hard Order, it resembles the first Drift Out and is sometimes referred to as a port or remake for that reason. All races in this video game are based on the 1994 World Rally Championship season. Two different types of background music ('normal' and 'hard' beats) and three racing levels (easy, normal, and hard) are available. The top six times are tracked in each of the rally legs; including the super special stage. A North American release...

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