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Ertain Games

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


Air Traffic Chaos [September 9, 2008]
Aquarium by DS [March 14, 2008]
Artist ni Narou! Kigaru ni Sketch [April 28, 2010]
Artist ni Narou! Minna no Nurie Inu-Hen [December 16, 2009]
Artist ni Narou! Minna no Nurie Joukyuu-Hen [January 13, 2010]
Artist ni Narou! Minna no Nurie Musha-Hen [February 3, 2010]
Artist ni Narou! Minna no Nurie Neko-Hen [January 6, 2010]
Artist ni Narou! Minna no Nurie Shokyuuhen [December 9, 2009]
Fantasy Aquarium by DS [December, 2007]
Paint by DS [2008]

Game Boy Advance

Monster Summoner [July 15, 2004]

PlayStation 2

Colosseum: Road to Freedom [July 22, 2005]
Manea Sugoroku: Kabukuro [November 15, 2007]
Xyanide: Resurrection [September 7, 2007]


Warriors of the Lost Empire [unknown]

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