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I'Max Games

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


Game Boy

Kandume Monsters [March 27, 1998]
Nail 'N Scale [1992]
Nikkan Berutomo Club [June 26, 1998]
Pachi-Slot World Cup '94 [July 29, 1994]
Sumo Fighter [March, 1993]
Tsume Shogi Mondai Teikyou: Shogi Sekai [April 15, 1994]

NES

Famicom Igo Nyuumon [November 29, 1991]
Famicom Shogi: Ryuu-Ou-Sen [February 15, 1991]
Navy Blue [February 14, 1992]

PlayStation

Family 1500 Series: Mahjong [November 21, 2002]
Family Igo 2 [November 21, 2002]
Family Mahjong 2 [November 21, 2002]
Hana to Ryuu [August 13, 1998]
Hanafuda Graffiti: Koi Monogatari [May 10, 1996]
I'Max Shogi II [October 9, 1997]
Irem Arcade Classics [April 26, 1996]
Saikyou Ginsei Chess [October 24, 2002]
Saikyou Ginsei Shogi 2 [October 24, 2002]
Taikai Nobunaga Ten: Ge-Ten II [June 6, 1997]
Worms [June 24, 1995]

Saturn

Bakuretsu Hunter [April 26, 1996]
Cyber Doll [August 9, 1996]
Irem Arcade Classics [April 26, 1996]
Worms [1997]

SNES

Ball Bullet Gun [December 1, 1995]
Death Brade [July 16, 1993]
Dossun! Ganseki Battle [December 16, 1994]
Dual Orb [April 16, 1993]
Dual Orb 2 [December 29, 1994]
Super Hanafuda [August 5, 1994]
Super Hanafuda 2 [October 20, 1995]
Super Keiba [August 10, 1993]
Super Keiba 2 [May 19, 1996]
Super Keirin [July 14, 1995]
Super Koukou Yakyuu: Ichikyuu Jikkon [August 5, 1994]
Super Mahjong [August 22, 1992]
Super Mahjong 2: Honkaku 4Jin Uchi [December 2, 1993]
Super Mahjong 3: Karakuchi [November 25, 1994]
Super Pachinko [July 29, 1994]
Super Shogi [June 19, 1992]
Super Shogi 2 [June 17, 1994]
Super Shogi 3 [December 29, 1995]

TurboGrafx-16

Bouken Danshaken Don San-Heart Hen [January 4, 1992]

Virtual Boy

Insmouse No Yakata [October 13, 1995]


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