Drakar och Demoner
A Swedish role playing system by Target Games, with the first edition starting as a translation of Steve Perrin's Quest Rules. Paradox Interactive currently owns the IP.
First appeared in Herrscher der Meere
First appeared in Armour-Geddon
Table Game Spirits
A collection of board/card games by Tasuke. Each entrie costs 2800 yen.
First appeared in Table Game Spirits
A series of minimalist platformers by developer Fred Wood.
First appeared in Love
First appeared in ELEX
I Expect You to Die
A series of comedic VR espionage games.
First appeared in I Expect You to Die
First appeared in Project Warlock
River City Girls
A series of spin-offs to the Kunio-kun series, following the series' women as they punch their way through town.
First appeared in River City Girls Zero
Best Play Pro Yakyuu
First appeared in Best Play Pro Yakyuu
World War Z
First appeared in World War Z
A street racing-themed series of adult visual novels by TOP.
First appeared in Downhill Night
First appeared in FAR: Lone Sails
The Outer Worlds
A series of RPGs developed by Obsidian Entertainment, set in a hyper-consumerist space-age future.
First appeared in The Outer Worlds
First appeared in Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising
First appeared in Slime Rancher
A Plague Tale
First appeared in A Plague Tale: Innocence
First appeared in Serial Cleaner
Mario + Rabbids
This Nintendo + Ubisoft mash-up puts guns in the hands of Mario, Luigi, and Peach in this XCOM-like strategy franchise.
First appeared in Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle
Series of games based on the South Korean franchise.
First appeared in Crossfire
A series of comedic management simulation games developed by Two Point Studios.
First appeared in Two Point Hospital
First appeared in Salt and Sanctuary
First appeared in Firewatch
Survival Horror series from Invader Studios.
First appeared in Daymare: 1998
A series of light bullet hell games about apprentice healer Princess Remedy's attempts to help the world.
First appeared in Princess Remedy in a World of Hurt
It's a sim racing game series, developed by Kunos Simulazioni.
First appeared in Assetto Corsa
First appeared in Valorant
The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes
A series of hidden object puzzle games themed around the Sherlock Holmes franchise.
First appeared in The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2
Stray Cat Doors
First appeared in Stray Cat Doors
Games based on the creature from the Belgian comics "Spirou et Fantasio", who became popular enough for its own spinoffs and merch.
First appeared in Marsupilami
First appeared in Johnny Reb
A series of games by Capcom and Takara Tomy for girls starring anthropomorphic dogs.
First appeared in Wantame Uranai Channel
Skullgirls is a fighting game where young females attempt to acquire the wish-granting Skullheart.
First appeared in Skullgirls
The Pretty Girls series is a franchise by Zoo Corporation that involves conventionally attractive anime girls as a lure to play standard gambling/arcade titles.
First appeared in Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle
Majin Eiyuuden Wataru
Mashin Eiyūden Wataru was an anime series from Sunrise. The franchise spawned multiple video games; the first one, simply named after the series, was released in the west as Keith Courage in Alpha Zones.
First appeared in Keith Courage in Alpha Zones
A series of space combat sims released as shareware by Patrick Aalto of Safari Software.
First appeared in LineWars
First appeared in Xenon
Can Can Bunny
A series of erotic dating sims about various magical figures attempting to help lonely men find love.
First appeared in Can Can Bunny
First appeared in Clicker Heroes
First appeared in Ghostrunner
An anime series about the quiet joys of camping.
First appeared in Laid-Back Camp - Virtual - Lake Motosu
First appeared in Vertigo
First appeared in Floor Plan
Christmas Shopper Simulator
A series of comedic parodies of the 'Simulator' genre
First appeared in Christmas Shopper Simulator
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