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Pachinko game developed by Telenet Japan in 1996. The first in a spin-off series of Telenet's "Parlor! Parlor!" franchise that focuses on fewer machines per game.
The third game in Shouei's series of pachinko simulators that focuses on the machines produced by Heiwa.
Slots game developed by Sammy Corporation in 1996.
Gambling game developed by Nippon Telenet in 1996.
Pachinko game developed by Sammy Studios in 1996.
Pachio-Kun FX is a pachinko game with fantasy trappings.
The second in a series of Super Famicom pachinko games that are based on real-life machines produced by Sankyo.
Pachinko compilation game from Marionette and Coconuts Japan in 1995. Features graphically updated remakes of the first four Pachiokun games for NES.
The third in a series of pachinko simulators for the Super Famicom.
Pachi-slot adventure game developed by KSS in 1995.
Slots game developed by Sammy Studios in 1995 featuring six vintage pachi-slot machines.
Pachinko game developed by Carrozzeria Japan in 1995.
Pachinko game developed by Daikoku in 1995.
Pachinko gambling game published by KSS in 1995. It is the first of three Super Famicom games in this series.
A gambling pachi-slots game released in 1995 for the Super Famicom. Published by Den'Z.
Pachinko game created by Jorudan/Vap in 1995. Features a two-player versus mode - a rarity in pachinko games.
The final entry in the GB Pachiokun subseries.
A competitive two-player pachinko game in the Compati Hero Series, which combines the universes of Kamen Rider, Ultraman and SD Gundam.
Pachinko/gambling game published by Planning Office Wada in 1995 and the sequel to the 1994 Pachinko Fan.
Pachiokun continues his adventures on PlayStation.
A pachinko game and the second of SunSoft's Hissastsu Pachinko Collection series. Move from parlor to parlor to make a fortune in tiny metal balls.
A pachinko simulator for the Super Famicom that features virtual facsimiles of Heiwa-brand pachinko machines.
A pachinko simulator released in 1995 for the Super Famicom. Published by Sammy Corporation and features machines from Heiwa and Sankyo.
Pachinko game sequel created by KAZe and KSS in 1995 for the Super Famicom.
Pachi-slot game developed by Nihon Bussan in 1994. Also features two- and four-player mahjong.
A pachinko game for Super Famicom. One of a few to use a special Pachinko controller that emulates the dial the actual machines use to determine the strength of the ball launcher.
Released in 1994 for the PlayStation.
Coconuts' pachinko ball mascot has a second adventure on the Game Boy.
Pachinko game developed by Jorudan in 1994. It is designed to teach players how to win big on the real-life equivalents of the featured pachinko tables, similar to Sammy's "Jissen Pachinko Hisshouhou" series.
Pachinko simulator. Released in 1994 for the Super Famicom.
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