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Infinity Games

Information in the game database is updated periodically. Below, you'll find that information compiled as pertains to Infinity. The company may be involved as a publisher, developer or both.


The Battle of Olympus [December, 1989]


Bardysh: Kromeford no Juunin [July 22, 1999]
Chocolate Kiss [February 14, 2002]
G-O-D Pure: Growth or Devolution [February 26, 1998]
Kaeru no Ehon: Adventure for the Lost Memories [October 21, 1999]
Murakoshi Masami no Bakuchou Nippon Rettou 2 [September 14, 2000]
Ninja Jajamaru-kun: Onigiri Ninpouchou [February 21, 1997]
Reikoku: Ikeda Kizoku Shinrei Kenkyuujo [October 26, 2000]
Simple 1500 Jitsuyou Series Vol. 09: Watashi Style no Aroma Therapy [July 26, 2001]
Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss [March 14, 1997]
Yamagata Digital Museum [November 18, 1999]

PlayStation 2

Mezamashi Telebi 10th Anniversary: Kyo-no Wanko [July 24, 2003]
Reveal Fantasia [March 20, 2002]
Ribbit King [June 15, 2004]


Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods [1993]
Ultima VI: The False Prophet [April, 1994]

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