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Games Developed by Japan Supply System (#-Z)

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Details NA EU JP AU
Chameleon Twist artwork Chameleon Twist
System: Nintendo 64; Format: Retail
Genre: Action
Release Date: December, 1997 (North America)
Chameleon Twist 2 artwork Chameleon Twist 2
System: Nintendo 64; Format: Retail
Genre: Action
Release Date: May, 1999 (North America)
Phantasy Star Gaiden artwork Phantasy Star Gaiden
System: Game Gear; Format: Retail
Genre: RPG
Release Date: October 16, 1992 (Japan)
Power Quest artwork Power Quest
System: Game Boy Color; Format: Retail
Genre: Action
Release Date: December, 1998 (North America)
Tarot no Tachi artwork Tarot no Tachi
System: Game Gear; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: March 8, 1991 (Japan)

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