Saeko-sensei no o Iroke Blackjack
Habit Soft resurrects the mascot for ancient Japanese gaming magazine Family Computer Magazine, with new art from her original artist, for a series of erotic blackjack titles.
First appeared in Saeko-sensei no o Iroke Blackjack GB
Horror games by Watchmaker
First appeared in Faceless
First appeared in Oxyd magnum!
First appeared in Strip Poker: A Sizzling Game of Chance
A duo of sci-fi role-playing titles from Epyx; spiritual successors to their fantasy-themed "Dunjonquest" series.
First appeared in StarQuest: Rescue at Rigel
A trio of shoot-'em-up games for Sharp MZ computers.
First appeared in Cosmic Cruiser
Jangou is one of Nichibutsu/Nihon Bussan's many mahjong series.
First appeared in Jangou Night
Squaresoft's early Space Harrier clones.
First appeared in 3-D WorldRunner
The Last Stand
First appeared in The Last Stand: Aftermath
First appeared in StarCrawlers
PSP GPS discs.
First appeared in Maplus: Portable Navi
Honor of Kings
First appeared in Honor of Kings
Let It Die
First appeared in Let It Die
Toaplan Arcade Garage
M2's compilations of Toaplan classic titles.
First appeared in Kyūkyoku Tiger-Heli : Toaplan Arcade Garage
Namcot Game Series
An incredibly early compilation series from Namco, for the MSX.
First appeared in Namcot Game Series 1
Take Out! DS Series
First appeared in Take Out! DS Series 1 Tetsudou Data File
A spin-off series from Azure Striker Gunvolt.
First appeared in Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX
First appeared in Peppa Pig: The Game
World of Tanks
First appeared in World of Tanks
First appeared in YORG.io 3
Protect Me Knight
Retro-styled fantasy games from Ancient.
First appeared in Protect Me Knight
Star Wars: Racer
Racing games based on the Star Wars films.
First appeared in Star Wars: Episode I - Racer
First appeared in Blue Reflection
Labyrinth of Touhou
A series of doujin dungeon-crawling RPGs themed after the Touhou Project setting.
First appeared in Labyrinth of Touhou 2
A series of visual novels focused around bartending in a cyberpunk future.
First appeared in VA-11 HALL-A Prologue
Brazilian politicians competing in things.
First appeared in Kandidatos
A multimedia franchise that began with a manga in 1967, initially starring a young boy "Bakabon" but eventually, his unnamed father became the central character.
First appeared in Tensai Bakabon
Sega All-Stars, formerly known as Sega Superstars, is a series of crossover video games featuring characters and games published by Sega. The character roster for Sega Superstars Tennis and Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed features fan-favorite and popular characters from their respective series.
First appeared in SEGA SuperStars
Thunder & Lightning
Visco's block-breaking series.
First appeared in Thunder & Lightning
First appeared in Kowi Ishto: Battle of Akonoli
AI Shōgi is a long-running virtual shōgi series initially from ASCII Entertainment.
First appeared in AI Shōgi
First appeared in Dino King Kids
First appeared in Red Wings: Aces of the Sky
First appeared in Roco Kingdom
First appeared in Kuukiyomi: Consider It
First appeared in Alwa's Awakening
The franchise consists of two games. The first being "Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions"", known as Double S.T.E.A.L". in Japan, and the second game, "Double S.T.E.A.L. The Second Clash", which was only released in Japan and exclusively for the Xbox.
First appeared in Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions
First appeared in Evil Genius
A series of mid-2000s dating sims from Rotobee and Deep Silver.
First appeared in Singles: Flirt Up Your Life!
Daemon X Machina
First appeared in Daemon X Machina
First appeared in Synthetik
A series of clones of the Taito classic arcade game Plotting/Flipull.
First appeared in Plot's!
Binary Monster (sometimes written as Binary Monsters), is a trilogy of games in three different genre.
First appeared in Binary Monster
First appeared in Queen's Wish: The Conqueror
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