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Pax Softonica Games

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

Famicom Disk System

Time Twist: Rekishi no Katasumi de... - Kouhen [July 26, 1991]
Time Twist: Rekishi no Katasumi de... - Zenpen [July 26, 1991]

Game Boy

Mole Mania [February, 1997]
Wave Race [July, 1992]

Game Boy Advance

Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak [April 8, 2003]
Mother 1+2 [June 20, 2003]

Game Boy Color

Balloon Fight GB [July 31, 2000]
Star Wars Episode I: Racer [December, 1999]


Hokkaidou Rensa Satsujin: Ohotsuku ni Kiyu [June 27, 1987]
Super Dyna'mix Badminton [August 26, 1988]
Super Real Baseball '88 [July 30, 1988]


Hajimari no Mori [July 1, 1999]
Heisei Shin Oniga Shima: Kouhen [May 23, 1998]
Heisei Shin Oniga Shima: Zenpen [May 23, 1998]
Wrecking Crew '98 [May 23, 1998]

Wii U

Earthbound Beginnings [June 14, 2015]

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