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Established on May 29, 1985 as Home Data. Changed its name to Magical in 1993.

We are currently unsure of development done on any games made after 1993. Keep that in mind when consulting this list.

Game Boy Advance

  • Tales of the World: Summoner's Lineage (JP Publisher: Namco)


  • 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)
  • Penguin-kun Wars (JP Publisher: ASCII)
  • 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)

Mega Drive/Genesis

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


  • Koushien V (JP Publisher: Magical)

PlayStation 2

  • Magical Sports HardHitter / Centre Court: HardHitter (JP Publisher: Magical, EU Publisher: Midas)
  • Magical Sports HardHitter 2 / HardHitter Tennis / HardHitter 2 (JP Publisher: Magical, US Publisher: Atlus, EU Publisher: Midas)


  • Gekitotsu Koushien (JP Publisher: Magical)

Super Famicom/SNES

  • Harapeko Bakka / Hungry Dinosaurs (JP Publisher: Magical, EU Publisher: Sunsoft)
  • JB The Super Bass (JP Publisher: N&G Project)
  • Koushien 3 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Koushien 4 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Nice de Shot (JP Publisher: Ask Kodansha)
  • Shodankurai Nintei: Shodan Pro Mahjong (Co-developed with Khaos) (JP Publisher: N&G Project)
  • Super Kyosaba: Kaze no Silpheed (JP Publisher: King Records)
  • Take Yutaka GI Memory (JP Publisher: N&G Project)

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