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Aisystem Tokyo Games

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

Game Boy

Pachi-Slot Kids 2 [June 10, 1994]


Devilish: The Next Possession [1992]
Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge [1992]
Go! Net! [1990]
Hit The Ice [1992]
Rainbow Islands Extra [October 5, 1990]
Thunder Fox [1991]
Uchuu Senkan Gomora [September 30, 1991]


Bust-A-Move '99 [February 28, 1999]
King of Bowling [September 29, 1995]
Kochira Katsushikaku Kameari Kouenzen: Hashutsujo - High-Tech Building Shinkou Soshi Sakusen! no Kan [July 24, 1997]


Darius Gaiden [1996]
Skull Fang [May 30, 1997]

Sega CD

Genei Toshi: Illusion City [May 28, 1993]
Night Striker [May 28, 1993]
The Ninja Warriors [March 12, 1993]

Sega Master System

Solomon no Kagi: Oujo Rihita no Namida [April 17, 1988]


Hanafuda [September 22, 1994]
Hit the Ice [February, 1993]
Honkaku Shogi: Fuuunji Ryuou [December 22, 1994]
Honkakuha Igo: Gosei [October 28, 1994]
Operation Thunderbolt [October, 1994]
Thunderbirds: Kokusai Kyuujotai Juudou Seyo!! [September 10, 1993]


Final Blaster [September 28, 1990]
The New Zealand Story [February 23, 1990]


Lode Runner [April 20, 2000]
Nice On [April 8, 1999]

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