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Algarna

Algarna

Sharp X68000 - Released - February 8, 1991

Algarna is a simple side-scrolling ARPG by M.N.M Software in 1991 that is in the vein of Falcom's "Ys" series (primarily "Ys III: Wanderers from Ys" and the original "Ys"), except more simplified and considered orthodox, archaic, and mediocre even within Japanese communities. It is a considerable step up from the prior game in the "series" designed using the same engine, Tigunasu no Bouken (FSS or Fantasy Saga System Vol.1) as it includes the "Aura" system and opening/ending cutscenes. Its primary stand-out feature is that the music was composed by Yuzo Koshiro, who is probably best known for...

Binbin Mahjong: Peach Angel

Sharp X68000 - Released - May 1, 1990

Binbin Mahjong: Peach Angel is a Mahjong board game, developed by Takeru Soft and published by Brother Kougyou, which was released in Japan in 1990.

Choujin

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 18, 1992

Choujin is an Action game, developed by Fix and published by Brother Kougyou, which was released in Japan in 1992.

Dino Land

Dino Land

Sharp X68000 - Released - November 10, 1991

Dino Land is a dinosaur themed pinball machine. You basically have to shoot your pinball at dinosaur targets. As you go along, you get more points after you have hit all the dinosaur targets in the board. There are 4 pinball boards, one on ground with ground creatures, an air one that represents flying creatures, a sea level which has sea creatures, and a boss level where you are trying to save your girlfriend from the boss.

Gakuen Toshi Z

Sharp X68000 - Released - June 28, 1991

In the future, the Earth became so over-populated that the governments started building space stations, to which people would be later transferred. Those space stations were protected by giant robots powered by special crystals. Academy Z specialized in educating its students in everything concerning those robots. Two teams - Red and White - are competing to gather crystals for the robots, and learning to navigate them to become future protectors of humanity. Aya is a young girl who just joined the Red Team - first training in safe areas, but hoping to become a real robot pilot later. The...

Ginga Eiyū Densetsu III

Ginga Eiyū Densetsu III

Sharp X68000 - Released - June 20, 1993

The third game in the series based on the anime adaptation of Yoshiki Tanaka's Legend of the Galactic Heroes science fiction novels. The novels (and the games) are set in a futuristic world, where humanity has conquered the entire Milky Way and split into two powerful warring states, each encompassing different systems and planets: the Galactic Empire (modeled after Bismarck's 19th century Prussia), and the democratic Free Planets Alliance. The third installment enhances the traditional gameplay of the series in significant ways. Instead of having the player focus entirely on space combat,...

Houma Hunter Lime

Houma Hunter Lime

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - June 10, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. Hōma Hunter Lime is the first episode of a series, built like an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 02 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - February 26, 1994

In this episode Lime disguises herself as a schoolgirl to detect a BEM who was sighted in girls' locker room. Lime and Bass must find a way to lure the little monster out and avoid unnecessary embarrassment.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 03 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - March 10, 1994

In this episode a fit of jealousy on Lime's side sends Bass to the hospital. Upon arrival, however, the two discover a very strange hospital manager and begin to suspect yet another BEM infiltration.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 04 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - March 31, 1994

In this episode Lime and Mizuki work as waitresses in a local cafe in order to detect the presence of a BEM. After having located the monster they become unexpectedly attached to it, which makes it harder for them to recover the jewel.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 05 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - April 10, 1994

In this episode Lime and Bass witness a strange incident in the school: for an unknown reason, female students are losing their clothes. The heroes immediately realize that the magical prank is being performed by a BEM.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 06 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - April 26, 1994

In this episode a treacherous BEM uses magic that puts Lime to sleep near a swimming pool. Lime is then captured by a powerful demon named W. Pegasus, and it's up to Bass to rescue her.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 07 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - May 10, 1994

In this episode a new type of BEM has found a way to upset people's stomachs by disguising itself as food. Bass and Lime attempt to tackle the BEM, and Bass feels that violence would be the only solution.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 08 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - May 25, 1994

In this episode Lime, Bass and Mizuki go to a fair and watch a magician's show. A BEM has disguised itself as one of the props, and Lime must become a magician herself in order to trap it.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 09 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - June 10, 1994

In this episode Bass and Lime encounter a vaguely familiar little girl in a shopping mall. Shortly afterwards Lime is attacked by her archenemy W. Pegasus. Even Bass in his demonic form has trouble defeating the enemy, but the two receive unexpected help.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 1 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - February 10, 1994

Once upon a month, a door behind the full moon opens. This door is between the human world and magical world. Now it just so happens that on one such night, Lime and Bass are in hot pursuit of a demon who had stolen six power gems from the magical world. The demon escapes to the human world through the open door, and the two follow.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 10 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - June 24, 1994

In this episode Lime, Bass, Mizuki and Kokona travel to the countryside. The girls decide to visit the hot tub, leaving Bass outside. A friendly BEM from a previous encounter appears and suggests that its kind may be used by the heroes to further their goals.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 11 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - July 10, 1994

In this episode the heroes meet a manager who arranges for them to attend a pop concert held by the local idol. Chaos ensues as a BEM appears on the stage, attracting the attention of journalists and the crowd.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai 12 Wa

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - July 29, 1994

In this episode Lime, Bass and Kokona depart to the magical world for the final confrontation against two powerful demons and their horrifying fusion known as the Hellraiser.

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-10 Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - March 10, 1994

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The tenth episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-11-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - June 10, 1994

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The eleventh episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated cut...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-12-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - May 20, 1994

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The twelfth episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-1-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - August 6, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The first episode of the 12 in the series is, like those that will follow, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-2-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - September 10, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The second episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-3-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - August 6, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The third episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-4-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - November 10, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The fourth episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated cut...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-5-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - October 9, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The fifth episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated cut...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-6-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - October 9, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The sixth episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated cut...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-7-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - December 10, 1993

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The seventh episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-8-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - March 10, 1994

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The seventh episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated...

Houma Hunter Lime Dai-9-Wa

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 9, 1994

A magical world populated by supernatural creatures exists alongside ours. Once in a while a portal between the two opens. Demons known as BEMs ("big-eyed monsters") have stolen precious jewels and escaped to Earth through that portal. It is up to two demon hunters, Lime and Bass, to assume the likeness of a teenage girl and boy and restore peace and order. The ninth episode of the series is, like its predecessors, an interactive cartoon with visual novel elements. The interaction is sparse, consisting of repeatedly selecting simple verb commands from a menu and triggering animated cut...

Lipstick Adventure 2

Sharp X68000 - Released - October 18, 1990

This is the second entry in Lipstick Adventure series. Once again, the protagonist is the young private detective Gorou. One day his girlfriend Otomi introduces to him a customer, a man who calls himself Sakamoto. When Gorou meets him at the train station, Sakamoto hands him a suitcase, saying he should deliver it to his company in Osaka. However, the suitcase contains a bomb, and the poor Gorou is brought to police headquarters as a terrorist suspect... Like the first game, Lipstick Adventure 2 is a detective/mystery Japanese-style adventure with comical and erotic elements. The player...

Lodoss-Tō Senki: Fukujinzuke

Lodoss-Tō Senki: Fukujinzuke

Sharp X68000 - Released - December 21, 1991

Fukujinzuke has little to do with the Japanese pickled vegetables it was named after. Rather, it is a small humorous mini-game tribute to Humming Bird's role-playing game Record of Lodoss War: Haiiro no Majo. Besides a sound gallery feature, the game consists of three mini-games. The first is a puzzle which requires the player to assemble a picture by sliding disarranged fragments of it one at a time. The second is a recreation of a typical battle from the role-playing game, featuring a party of high-level characters entering a castle and fighting enemies in a turn-based encounter identical to...

Mobile Suit Gundam: Classic Operation

Mobile Suit Gundam: Classic Operation

Sharp X68000 - Released - September 27, 1991

Classic Operation is a turn-based sci-fi strategy game focusing entirely on battles between the Earth Federation and Zeon. The game has two campaigns, 0079 and 0087, corresponding to the years in which two major wars of the Gundam universe took place: the first war against the Principality of Zeon and the conflict between various factions (including the Axis Zeon, the first of the Neo Zeon organizations) eight years later. The player can either go through the battles of each campaign in a linear fashion (Campaign Mode), or choose between different battles (Scenario Mode); the latter includes...

Noble Mind

Sharp X68000 - Released - November 9, 1991

Noble Mind is a Role-Playing game, developed by Alfa System and published by Brother Kougyou, which was released in Japan in 1991.

Nostalgia 1907

Nostalgia 1907

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 2, 1991

Nostalgia 1907 is a visual novel that takes place in the year 1907 on board the ship "Nostalgia". While the ship was crossing the Atlantic ocean, an explosion damaged it. Taking the role of several characters, among them the ship's captain and a few passengers, the player has to find out who caused the explosion and why. The game is mostly composed of text accompanying still pictures; the interaction is restricted to several occasions during which the player has to make choices for the character currently regarded as protagonist. The game's graphics are done entirely in sepia tones. Despite...

Olteus II

Sharp X68000 - Released - 1991

Olteus II is an enhanced remake of Olteus, which was released in 1987 for the PC-88VA computer. It was released in 1991 for the Sharp X68000 via TAKERU software vending machines. It is a horizontal scrolling shoot'em up featuring an experience leveling system and a weapon shop.

Pipyan

Sharp X68000 - Released - September 5, 1990

Pipyan is a Puzzle game, developed by M.N.M Software and published by Brother Kougyou, which was released in Japan in 1990.

A Ressha de Ikou III

A Ressha de Ikou III

Sharp X68000 - Released - April 24, 1991

You'll start with a bit of bare land and a small bank loan, then establish transportation systems, buy and sell land and businesses, and even invest in the stock market. If all goes well, you'll be rich and powerful. Then you can hop a train and take a first-person 3-D joy ride through your empire. If all doesn't go well... well. You'll have to find out for yourself. Trains, power and money - what more could you want?

A Ressha de Ikou III

Sharp X68000 - DLC - April 26, 1991

The A-Train Construction Set add-on for the railroad management simulation A-Train is a map editor that allows modification of existing savegames and creation of new landscapes from scratch. The editor comes with six sample scenarios. Apart from that, it adds no new content to the game.

Shooting 68K

Sharp X68000 - Released - May 10, 1991

Shooting 68K is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Amorphous and published by Brother Kougyou, which was released in Japan in 1991.

Super Hydlide

Super Hydlide

Sharp X68000 - Released - November 5, 1990

A long time ago, evil descended upon the peaceful people of Hydlide. Old legends tell of a lone brave hero who saved Hydlide from the imminent threat of doom - the evil demon Varalys. Since then, the people of Hydlide have lived through centuries of peace. But one dark evening, a huge column of fire exploded out of the depths of Hydlide. The next morning, strange doors began to appear from nowhere. Many who were curious entered these doors, but were never seen again. From that day on, unusual events and disasters began to take place. Huge cracks opened in the ground, scarring the beautiful...

Super Shanghai: Dragon's Eye

Sharp X68000 - Released - February 29, 1992

Dragon's Eye is an installment in the tile-matching game series initiated by Activision. Players try to remove mahjong tiles in pairs from a set pattern. Different versions of the game have up to eight different tile sets, twelve patterns based on the animals of the Chinese zodiac, and a layout editor for creating patterns. In addition to the standard mode, the game also features "Dragon's Eye", a two-player Shanghai variant. Players take turns adding and removing tiles from a small field with one player attempting to remove all the tiles and the other trying to position tiles to make this...

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