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Khaos Co., Ltd. (株式会社カオス) was previously speculated to be a name change for Micronics; this was more likely a different company started by a group of former Micronics staff.

Assuming this is referring to the same company, Khaos was at one time an affiliate company of JSH. [1]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, hidden data, shared staff


  • Sonic Wings / Aero Fighters ([some?] programming) (Video System)


  • Daiku no Gen-san 2: Akage no Dan no Gyakushuu (programming?) (JP Publisher: Irem)
Developer: JSH?
  • Kaiketsu Yanchamaru 3: Taiketsu! Zouringen (programming?) (JP Publisher: Irem)
Developer: JSH?

Game Boy

  • Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Bouken Ooedo Juraki (programming?) (JP Publisher: Video System)
Developer: JSH?

Game Boy Color

  • Pocket King (some programming?) (JP Publisher: Namco)
Developer: Kaga Tech; Some Programming: Dragnet; Some Graphics: Studio Owl?; Sound: Yoshidayama-Workshop
  • Pocket Lure Boy (programming?) (JP Publisher: King Records)
Developer: Kaga Tech; Character Design: Studio Owl?; Sound: Yoshidayama-Workshop

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • F1 Circus MD (JP Publisher: Nichibutsu)

PC Engine CD/TurboGrafx-CD

  • Mahjong Lemon Angel (JP Publisher: Naxat)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Honkaku Mahjong Tetsuman II (some programming) (JP Publisher: Naxat) [2]
Developer: GAPS; Sound: Eurhythm
  • Mahjong Sengoku Monogatari (some programming?) (JP Publisher: Yojigen)
  • The Mahjong Touhaiden (programming) (JP Publisher: Video System)
  • Mizuki Shigeru no Youkai Hyakkiyakou (main programming?) (JP Publisher: KSS)
Some Direction, Graphics: Geo Factory
  • Shodankurai Nintei: Shodan Pro Mahjong (programming) (JP Publisher: N&G Project)
Developer: GAPS; Sound: Eurhythm
  • Sonic Wings / Aero Fighters (programming) (JP Publisher: Video System; US Publisher: Mc O'River)
  • Spriggan Powered (programming?) (JP Publisher: Naxat)
  • Zoo-tto Mahjong (some programming?) (JP Publisher: Nintendo)
Developer: Kaga Tech; Some Graphics: Studio Owl?; Sound: Yoshidayama-Workshop