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[[Image:Magical_logo.png|right|Magical logo]]
Established in Kobe in 1983 to design and develop "home, PC, and business use video games". Incorporated on May 29, 1985 as Home Data. Changed names to Magical in June 1993.
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[[Image:Homedata_logo.png|right|Home Data logo]]
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'''Magical Company Ltd.''' (魔法株式会社) was originally established in Kobe, Japan, in 1983. It was formally incorporated on May 29, 1985, as '''Home Data Corp.''' (株式会社ホームデータ). Home Data was renamed Magical in 1993, the company's tenth anniversary. [http://www.mahou.co.jp/kigyou.html]
  
We are currently unsure of development done on any games made after 1993. Keep that in mind when consulting this list.
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Kiyoyuki Masuda left in 2000 to start [https://web.archive.org/web/20170412225408/http://www.o-o.co.jp/ Kamui] (originally Mugen).
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, online resources, shared staff
  
 
===Arcade===
 
===Arcade===
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*''Akishiro Daimyoujin'' [electromechanical] (Home Data)
 
*''Battlecry'' (Home Data)
 
*''Battlecry'' (Home Data)
*''Mahjong Clinic Vol. 1'' (Home Data)
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*''Hermetica'' (unreleased)
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:<small>This was an alchemy-themed puzzle game that failed at location test, but was licensed to BPS and became the basis for ''Yoshi's Cookie''</small>
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*''Mahjong Clinic'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong Hourouki Gaiden'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong Hourouki Gaiden'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong Hourouki Okite'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong Hourouki Okite'' (Home Data)
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*''Mahjong Vitamin C'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong Vitamin C'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong-yougo no Kisotairyoku'' (Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong-yougo no Kisotairyoku'' (Home Data)
*''Real Mahjong Haihai'' (Alba)
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*''Miracle Derby: Ascot'' (Home Data)
*''Reigen Doushi: Chinese Exorcist / Last Apostle Puppet Show'' (Home Data)
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*''Reikai Doushi'' (Home Data)
 
*<div style="color:red">''Sky Destroyer'' (Taito)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Sky Destroyer'' (Taito)</div>
 
===Game Boy===
 
*''Shogi Saikyou'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Tsume Go Series 1: Fujisawa Hideyuki Meiyo Kisei'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Tsume Shogi Kamiki Godan'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
 
===Game Boy Color===
 
*''Koushien Pocket'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Qui Qui'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
  
 
===Famicom/NES===
 
===Famicom/NES===
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*''Famicom Shougi: Ryuuousen'' (JP Publisher: I'Max)
 
*''Famicom Shougi: Ryuuousen'' (JP Publisher: I'Max)
 
*''Hayauchi Super Igo'' (JP Publisher: Namco)
 
*''Hayauchi Super Igo'' (JP Publisher: Namco)
*''Penguin-kun Wars'' (JP Publisher: ASCII)
 
 
*''Sky Destroyer'' (JP Publisher: Taito)
 
*''Sky Destroyer'' (JP Publisher: Taito)
 
*''Sqoon'' (JP/US Publisher: Irem)
 
*''Sqoon'' (JP/US Publisher: Irem)
 
*''Tetrastar: The Fighter'' (JP Publisher: Taito)
 
*''Tetrastar: The Fighter'' (JP Publisher: Taito)
 
*''Tetsuwan Atom'' (JP Publisher: Konami)
 
*''Tetsuwan Atom'' (JP Publisher: Konami)
*''World Super Tennis / Top Players' Tennis, Chris Evert & Ivan Lendl in / Four Players' Tennis'' (JP/US Publisher: Asmik, EU Publisher: Nintendo)
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*''World Super Tennis'' / ''Top Players' Tennis, Chris Evert & Ivan Lendl in'' / ''Four Players' Tennis'' (JP/US Publisher: Asmik, EU Publisher: Nintendo)
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===FM-Towns===
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*''Marble Madness'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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===Game Boy===
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*''Shougi Saikyou'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Tsume Go Series 1: Fujisawa Hideyuki Meiyo Kisei'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Tsume Shougi: Kanki Godan'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*<div style="color:red">''Uno: Small World'' (JP Publisher: Tomy)</div>
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===Game Boy Color===
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*<div style="color:red">''Koushien Pocket'' (JP Publisher: Magical)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Qui Qui'' (JP Publisher: Magical)</div>
  
 
===Mega Drive/Genesis===
 
===Mega Drive/Genesis===
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*''Shougi Shoshinsha Muyou'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
*''Shougi Shoshinsha Muyou'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  
===PlayStation 2===
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===PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx CD===
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*<div style="color:red">''Mahjong Clinic Special'' (JP Publisher: Naxat)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Mahjong Lemon Angel'' (JP Publisher: Naxat)</div>
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*''Survival Runner'' (unreleased)
  
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===PC-88===
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*''Mahjong Clinic: Zoukangou'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  
===Saturn===
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===PC-98===
*''Gekitotsu Koushien'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''2069 AD'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
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*''Alaskan Malamute G.C.'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
===X68000===
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*''Igo Seiten'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
*''2069 A.D.'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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*''Mahjong Clinic: Zoukangou'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
*''Garou Densetsu: Shukumei no Tatakai'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Garou Densetsu 2: Aratanaru Tatakai'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Garou Densetsu Special'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Mahjong Clinic Zoukangou'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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*''Mahjong Yuuenchi'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
*''Mahjong Yuuenchi'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
*''Marble Madness'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
*''Marble Madness'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
*''Shogi Seiten'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
*''Shogi Seiten'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
 
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*''Shogi Seiten II'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Shogi Shodan Icchokusen: Saikyou-ban'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
===Game Boy===
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*<div style="color:red">''Uno: Small World'' (JP Publisher: Tomy)</div>
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===PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx CD===
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*''Survival Runner'' (unreleased)
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===PlayStation===
 
===PlayStation===
 
*'''98 Koushien'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*'''98 Koushien'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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:<small>Environment Graphics: [[Thinking Rabbit]]; CG Movies: DML (Digital Media Lab?), PD</small>
 
*'''99 Koushien'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*'''99 Koushien'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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:<small>?: PD</small>
 
*''Hanabi Fantast'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Hanabi Fantast'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Killer Bass'' / ''Monster Bass!'' (JP Publisher: Magical; US Publisher: XS Games)
 
*''Killer Bass'' / ''Monster Bass!'' (JP Publisher: Magical; US Publisher: XS Games)
 
:<small>Sound: T's Music; Sound Effects: Cube</small>
 
:<small>Sound: T's Music; Sound Effects: Cube</small>
 
*''Koushien V'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Koushien V'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
*''Ooedo Huusui Ingaritsu Hanabi 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
 
*''Omiai Commando: Bakappuru ni Tukkomi o'' (JP Publisher: Enix)
 
*''Omiai Commando: Bakappuru ni Tukkomi o'' (JP Publisher: Enix)
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*''Ooedo Huusui Ingaritsu Hanabi 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Pet Pet Pet'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Pet Pet Pet'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
*''Shogi Saikyou 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Shougi Saikyou 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
*''Shogi Saikyou: Pro ni Manabu'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Shougi Saikyou: Pro ni Manabu'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Soreike Flyfishing'' (JP Publisher: Victor)
  
 
===PlayStation 2===
 
===PlayStation 2===
 
*''2003 Kaimaku: Ganbare Kyuukaiou: Iwayuru Pro Yakyuu Desu Ne'' (JP Publisher: [[Atlus]])
 
*''2003 Kaimaku: Ganbare Kyuukaiou: Iwayuru Pro Yakyuu Desu Ne'' (JP Publisher: [[Atlus]])
 
*''Bomberman Battles'' / ''Bomberman Hardball'' (JP Publisher: Hudson; EU Publisher: Ubisoft)
 
*''Bomberman Battles'' / ''Bomberman Hardball'' (JP Publisher: Hudson; EU Publisher: Ubisoft)
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*''European Tennis Pro'' (EU Publisher: Phoenix)
 
*''Hanabi Shokunin Ninarou 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Hanabi Shokunin Ninarou 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Koushien: Konpeki no Sora'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Koushien: Konpeki no Sora'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Magical Sports 2001 Pro Yakyuu'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Magical Sports 2001 Pro Yakyuu'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Magical Sports Go Go Golf'' / ''Go Go Golf'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
 
*''Magical Sports Go Go Golf'' / ''Go Go Golf'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
*''Magical Sports HardHitter'' / ''Centre Court: HardHitter'' / ''HardHitter Tennis'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas; US Publisher: Atlus)
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:<small>Some Graphics: Econet; ?: Giraffe Soft</small>
*''Magical Sports HardHitter 2'' / ''HardHitter 2'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
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*''Magical Sports Hard Hitter'' / ''Centre Court: Hard Hitter'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
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*''Magical Sports Hard Hitter 2'' / ''Hard Hitter 2'' / ''Hard Hitter Tennis'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas; US Publisher: Atlus)
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===Saturn===
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*''Gekitotsu Koushien'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
  
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
 
===Super Famicom/Super NES===
 
*''Harapeko Bakka'' / ''Hungry Dinosaurs'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
 
*''Harapeko Bakka'' / ''Hungry Dinosaurs'' (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
*<div style="color:red">''Itou Hatasu Mu-Dan no Shogi Dojo'' (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Itou Hatasu Mu-Dan no Shougi Dojo'' (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)</div>
 
*''Koushien 3'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Koushien 3'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Koushien 4'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Koushien 4'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
:<small>Some Programming: [[Dragnet]]?</small>
 
:<small>Some Programming: [[Dragnet]]?</small>
*<div style="color:red">''Mahjong Sengoku Monogatari'' (JP Publisher: Yojigen)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Mahjong Sengoku Monogatari'' (sound?) (JP Publisher: Yojigen)</div>
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:<small>Some Programming: [[Khaos]]?</small>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Multi Play Volleyball'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Multi Play Volleyball'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)</div>
 
*''Nice de Shot'' (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)
 
*''Nice de Shot'' (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)
 
*''Pachi-Slot Kenkyuu'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Pachi-Slot Kenkyuu'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
*''Shogi Saikyou'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Shougi Saikyou'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
*''Shogi Saikyou II: Jissen Taikyoku Hen'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Shougi Saikyou II: Jissen Taikyoku Hen'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*<div style="color:red">''Super Keiba'' (JP Publisher: I'Max)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Super Keiba'' (JP Publisher: I'Max)</div>
 
*''Super Kyousouba: Kaze no Silpheed'' (JP Publisher: King Records)
 
*''Super Kyousouba: Kaze no Silpheed'' (JP Publisher: King Records)
 
*<div style="color:red">''Super Igo Go-ou'' (JP Publisher: Naxat)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Super Igo Go-ou'' (JP Publisher: Naxat)</div>
*<div style="color:red">''Super Shogi 2'' (JP Publisher: I'Max)</div>
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*<div style="color:red">''Super Shougi 2'' (JP Publisher: I'Max)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Super Uno'' (JP Publisher: Tomy)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''Super Uno'' (JP Publisher: Tomy)</div>
 
*''Zenkoku Koukou Soccer Senshuken '96'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
 
*''Zenkoku Koukou Soccer Senshuken '96'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
:<small>Some Programming: Dragnet?</small>
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:<small>Some Programming: Dragnet, [[System Prisma]]</small>
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===X68000===
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*''2069 AD'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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*''Garou Densetsu: Shukumei no Tatakai'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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*''Garou Densetsu 2: Arata-naru Tatakai'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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:<small>Some Programming: System Prisma</small>
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*''Garou Densetsu Special'' (JP Publisher: Magical)
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:<small>Some Programming: System Prisma</small>
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*''Mahjong Clinic: Zoukangou'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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*''Mahjong Yuuenchi'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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*''Marble Madness'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
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*''Shougi Seiten'' (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
*[http://www.mahou.co.jp/ Official website] (Japanese)
 
*[http://www.mahou.co.jp/ Official website] (Japanese)
  
[[Category: WIP]]
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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 06:08, 15 June 2019

Magical logo
Home Data logo

Magical Company Ltd. (魔法株式会社) was originally established in Kobe, Japan, in 1983. It was formally incorporated on May 29, 1985, as Home Data Corp. (株式会社ホームデータ). Home Data was renamed Magical in 1993, the company's tenth anniversary. [1]

Kiyoyuki Masuda left in 2000 to start Kamui (originally Mugen).

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources, shared staff

Arcade

  • Akishiro Daimyoujin [electromechanical] (Home Data)
  • Battlecry (Home Data)
  • Hermetica (unreleased)
This was an alchemy-themed puzzle game that failed at location test, but was licensed to BPS and became the basis for Yoshi's Cookie
  • Mahjong Clinic (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Hourouki Gaiden (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Hourouki Okite (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Hourouki Part I: Seishun-hen (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Kinjirareta Asobi (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Kyojin Kouju (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Lemon Angel (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Rokumeikan (Home Data)
  • Mahjong Vitamin C (Home Data)
  • Mahjong-yougo no Kisotairyoku (Home Data)
  • Miracle Derby: Ascot (Home Data)
  • Reikai Doushi (Home Data)
  • Sky Destroyer (Taito)

Famicom/NES

  • Cosmic Epsilon (JP Publisher: Asmik)
  • Famicom Igo Nyuumon (JP Publisher: I'Max)
  • Famicom Shougi: Ryuuousen (JP Publisher: I'Max)
  • Hayauchi Super Igo (JP Publisher: Namco)
  • Sky Destroyer (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Sqoon (JP/US Publisher: Irem)
  • Tetrastar: The Fighter (JP Publisher: Taito)
  • Tetsuwan Atom (JP Publisher: Konami)
  • World Super Tennis / Top Players' Tennis, Chris Evert & Ivan Lendl in / Four Players' Tennis (JP/US Publisher: Asmik, EU Publisher: Nintendo)

FM-Towns

  • Marble Madness (JP Publisher: Home Data)

Game Boy

  • Shougi Saikyou (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Tsume Go Series 1: Fujisawa Hideyuki Meiyo Kisei (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Tsume Shougi: Kanki Godan (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Uno: Small World (JP Publisher: Tomy)

Game Boy Color

  • Koushien Pocket (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Qui Qui (JP Publisher: Magical)

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • Dragon's Eye Plus: Shanghai III (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Shougi no Hoshi (JP Publisher: Home Data)

PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16

  • Shougi Shodan Icchokusen (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Shougi Shoshinsha Muyou (JP Publisher: Home Data)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx CD

  • Mahjong Clinic Special (JP Publisher: Naxat)
  • Mahjong Lemon Angel (JP Publisher: Naxat)
  • Survival Runner (unreleased)

PC-88

  • Mahjong Clinic: Zoukangou (JP Publisher: Home Data)

PC-98

  • 2069 AD (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Alaskan Malamute G.C. (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Igo Seiten (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Mahjong Clinic: Zoukangou (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Mahjong Yuuenchi (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Marble Madness (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Shogi Seiten (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Shogi Seiten II (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Shogi Shodan Icchokusen: Saikyou-ban (JP Publisher: Home Data)

PlayStation

  • '98 Koushien (JP Publisher: Magical)
Environment Graphics: Thinking Rabbit; CG Movies: DML (Digital Media Lab?), PD
  • '99 Koushien (JP Publisher: Magical)
?: PD
  • Hanabi Fantast (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Killer Bass / Monster Bass! (JP Publisher: Magical; US Publisher: XS Games)
Sound: T's Music; Sound Effects: Cube
  • Koushien V (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Omiai Commando: Bakappuru ni Tukkomi o (JP Publisher: Enix)
  • Ooedo Huusui Ingaritsu Hanabi 2 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Pet Pet Pet (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Shougi Saikyou 2 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Shougi Saikyou: Pro ni Manabu (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Soreike Flyfishing (JP Publisher: Victor)

PlayStation 2

  • 2003 Kaimaku: Ganbare Kyuukaiou: Iwayuru Pro Yakyuu Desu Ne (JP Publisher: Atlus)
  • Bomberman Battles / Bomberman Hardball (JP Publisher: Hudson; EU Publisher: Ubisoft)
  • European Tennis Pro (EU Publisher: Phoenix)
  • Hanabi Shokunin Ninarou 2 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Koushien: Konpeki no Sora (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Magical Sports 2000 Koushien (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Magical Sports 2001 Koushien / League Series Baseball 2 (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
  • Magical Sports 2001 Pro Yakyuu (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Magical Sports Go Go Golf / Go Go Golf (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
Some Graphics: Econet; ?: Giraffe Soft
  • Magical Sports Hard Hitter / Centre Court: Hard Hitter (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas)
  • Magical Sports Hard Hitter 2 / Hard Hitter 2 / Hard Hitter Tennis (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Midas; US Publisher: Atlus)

Saturn

  • Gekitotsu Koushien (JP Publisher: Magical)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Harapeko Bakka / Hungry Dinosaurs (JP Publisher: Magical; EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • Itou Hatasu Mu-Dan no Shougi Dojo (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)
  • Koushien 3 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Koushien 4 (JP Publisher: Magical)
Some Programming: Dragnet?
  • Mahjong Sengoku Monogatari (sound?) (JP Publisher: Yojigen)
Some Programming: Khaos?
  • Multi Play Volleyball (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video)
  • Nice de Shot (JP Publisher: ASK Kodansha)
  • Pachi-Slot Kenkyuu (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Shougi Saikyou (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Shougi Saikyou II: Jissen Taikyoku Hen (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Super Keiba (JP Publisher: I'Max)
  • Super Kyousouba: Kaze no Silpheed (JP Publisher: King Records)
  • Super Igo Go-ou (JP Publisher: Naxat)
  • Super Shougi 2 (JP Publisher: I'Max)
  • Super Uno (JP Publisher: Tomy)
  • Zenkoku Koukou Soccer Senshuken '96 (JP Publisher: Magical)
Some Programming: Dragnet, System Prisma

X68000

  • 2069 AD (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Garou Densetsu: Shukumei no Tatakai (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Garou Densetsu 2: Arata-naru Tatakai (JP Publisher: Magical)
Some Programming: System Prisma
  • Garou Densetsu Special (JP Publisher: Magical)
Some Programming: System Prisma
  • Mahjong Clinic: Zoukangou (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Mahjong Yuuenchi (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Marble Madness (JP Publisher: Home Data)
  • Shougi Seiten (JP Publisher: Home Data)

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