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C-Lab Games

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


Famicom Disk System

Seiken Psycho Caliber: Maju no Mori Densetsu [May 19, 1987]

Game Boy

Koukou Nyuushideru Jun: Chuugaku Eijukugo 350 [July 25, 1997]
Koukou Nyuushideru Jun: Chuugaku Eitango 1700 [June 27, 1997]
Koukou Nyuushideru Jun: Rekishi Nendai Anki Point 240 [September 26, 1997]
Nihonshi Target 201 [December 13, 1996]

PlayStation

Fun! Fun! Pingu [November 18, 1999]
Mini-Yonku Bakusou Kyoudai: Let's & Go!!: WGP Hyper Heat [November 20, 1997]
Shisenfu Gekikara Mahjong [October 15, 1998]

Saturn

Grandread [November 27, 1997]

SNES

Action Pachio [April 9, 1993]
Dekitate High School [July 7, 1995]
Keiba Eight Special [December 10, 1993]
Keiba Eight Special 2 [September 30, 1994]
Tower Dream [October 25, 1996]


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