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Games Published by Hiro in Japan (#-Z)

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Details NA EU JP AU
Daisenryaku artwork Daisenryaku
System: Game Boy; Format: Retail
Genre: Strategy
Release Date: June 12, 1991
Ishido artwork Ishido
System: Famicom Disk System; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: December 7, 1990
Kyoro-Chan Land artwork Kyoro-Chan Land
System: NES; Format: Retail
Genre: Action
Release Date: December 11, 1992
Kyoro-Chan Land artwork Kyoro-Chan Land
System: Game Boy; Format: Retail
Genre: Casual
Release Date: October 30, 1992
Super Linear Ball artwork Super Linear Ball
System: SNES; Format: Retail
Genre: Sports
Release Date: November 6, 1992
Track Meet Mezase! Barcelona artwork Track Meet Mezase! Barcelona
System: Game Boy; Format: Retail
Genre: Sports
Release Date: February 14, 1992

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