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Yanoman Games

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

Game Boy

Aretha [November 16, 1990]
Aretha II [September 27, 1991]
Aretha III [October 16, 1992]
Penta Dragon [July 31, 1992]
Urusei Yatsura: Miss Tomobiki o Chigase! [July 3, 1992]
Zoop [November 5, 1995]

Game Boy Color

Mizuki Shigero no Shin Youkaiden [July 27, 2001]


FEDA 2: White Surge of the Platoon [April 18, 2007]
Felony 11-79 [November 17, 1997]


Body Special 264: Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 2 [August 2, 1996]
Cube Battler: Anna Miraiden [May 23, 1997]
Cube Battler: Debugger Shouhen [February 28, 1997]
FEDA Remake! Emblem of Justice [May 24, 1996]
Hiyakuke no Omoide + Himekuri [December 8, 1995]


The Adventures of Kid Kleets [August, 1994]
Aretha [November 26, 1993]
Aretha II: Ariel no Fushigi na Tabi [December 2, 1994]
FEDA: The Emblem of Justice [October 28, 1994]
Nobunaga Kouki [January 29, 1993]
Rejoice: Aretha Oukoku no Kanata [April 21, 1995]
Song Master [November 27, 1992]
Trinea [October 1, 1993]

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