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Victor Musical Industries Games

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

Game Boy

Boulder Dash [September 21, 1990]


Dungeon Master: Theron's Quest [1993]
Jack Nicklaus Turbo Golf [1992]
Kagami no Kuni no Legend [October 27, 1989]
LOOM [1992]
Lords of the Rising Sun [1992]
Rom2 Karaoke Vol. 1 [March 30, 1990]
Rom2 Karaoke Vol. 2 [March 30, 1990]
Rom2 Karaoke Vol. 3 [April 6, 1990]
Rom2 Karaoke Vol. 4 [April 6, 1990]
Rom2 Karaoke Vol. 5 [April 6, 1990]
Ruin: Kami no Isan [November 19, 1993]
Shadow of the Beast [1992]
Shape Shifter [1993]
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective [1991]
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volume II [1993]
Sorcerian [July 17, 1992]
Ultrabox 2-gou [September 28, 1990]
Ultrabox 3-gou [December 26, 1990]
Ultrabox 4-gou [May 24, 1991]
Ultrabox 5-gou [September 27, 1991]
Ultrabox 6-gou [January 31, 1992]
Ultrabox Soukangou [June 15, 1990]

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