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Irem Games

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


Famicom Disk System

Kineko II [May 1, 1987]
Kineko: Kinetic Connection [November 28, 1986]
Mahjong Kazoku [August 4, 1987]
Super Lode Runner [March 5, 1987]
Super Lode Runner II [August 25, 1987]
Youkai Yashiki [October 23, 1987]

Game Boy

Daiku no Gen-San: Robot Teikoku no Yabou [March 25, 1994]
Ganso!! Yancha-Maru [July 11, 1991]
Hammerin' Harry [1993]
Kizuchida Quiz da Gen-San Da! [December 18, 1992]
Kung Fu Master [1991]
Noobow [December 11, 1992]
Racing Damashii [February 28, 1991]
R-Type [May, 1991]
R-Type II [1992]
Saigo no Ninmichi [December 18, 1993]
Shisenshou [July 13, 1990]
Shuyaku Sentai Irem Fighter [July 30, 1993]
Taiyou no Yuusha Fighbird GB [December 20, 1991]
Undercover Cops [December 10, 1993]

Miscellaneous

Hook (ARC) [1992]
Image Fight (ARC) [1988]
Ninja Baseball Bat Man (ARC) [1993]
R-Type (ARC) [1987]
R-Type Leo (ARC) [1992]
Undercover Cops (ARC) [1992]
Vigilante (ARC) [1988]
X-Multiply (ARC) [1989]

NES

10-Yard Fight [October, 1985]
Ai Sensei no Oshiete: Watashi no Hoshi [March 26, 1993]
Daiku no Gen-San 2 [October 22, 1993]
Deadly Towers [September, 1987]
Gekitotsu Yonku Battle [November 27, 1989]
The Guardian Legend [April, 1989]
Hammerin' Harry [1992]
Holy Diver [April 28, 1989]
Hototogisu [August 19, 1988]
Image Fight [July, 1990]
Kaiketsu Yancha Maru 2: Karakuri Land [August 30, 1991]
Kaiketsu Yancha Maru 3: Taiketsu! Zouringen [March 30, 1993]
Kickle Cubicle [September, 1990]
Kid Niki: Radical Ninja [November, 1987]
Kung Fu [October, 1985]
Legend of Hero Tonma [unknown]
Lot Lot [December 21, 1985]
Major League [October 27, 1989]
Metal Storm [February, 1991]
Napoleon Senki [March 18, 1988]
Nishimura Kyoutarou Mystery: Blue Train Satsujin Jiken [January 20, 1989]
Nishimura Kyoutarou Mystery: Super Express Satsujin Jiken [March 2, 1990]
Paaman: Enban o Torikaese [December 14, 1990]
Paaman Part 2: Himitsu Kessha Madoodan o Taose! [December 20, 1991]
Shinsenden [December 15, 1989]
Spartan X 2 [September 27, 1991]
Spelunker [September, 1987]
Spelunker II: Yuushahe no Chousen [September 18, 1987]
Sqoon [September, 1987]
Taiyou no Yuusha Fighbird [January 11, 1992]
Vigilante [unknown]
Zippy Race [July 18, 1985]

PlayStation

Image Fight & X-Multiply [March 19, 1998]
In the Hunt [March, 1996]
Irem Arcade Classics [April 26, 1996]
Katon-Kun [September 21, 2000]
Parlor! Pro [April 25, 1997]
R-Type Delta [July 31, 1999]
R-Types [February 16, 1999]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise [July 29, 1999]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 2: Umi Monogatari Special [November 18, 1999]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 3 [March 9, 2000]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 4 [October 12, 2000]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 5 [May 10, 2001]
Shinsou Kaiten: Wanwan Umi Monogatari: Sanyo Pachinko Paradise DX [October 25, 2001]
YoYo's Puzzle Park [April, 1999]
Zoku Gussun Oyoyo [October 10, 1996]

PlayStation 2

Blokus Club with Bumpy Trot [November 17, 2005]
Disaster Report [February 18, 2003]
PachiPara 12: Ooumi to Natsu no Omoide [December 15, 2005]
PachiPara 13: Super Umi to Pachi-Pro Fuuunroku [October 26, 2006]
PachiPara 14: Fuu to Kumo to Super Umi in Okinawa [July 26, 2007]
Polaroid Pete [December 27, 2001]
Raw Danger [June 12, 2007]
R-Type Final [February 3, 2004]
Sakurazaka Shouboutai [June 10, 2004]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 10 [May 27, 2004]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 11 [February 24, 2005]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 6 [June 28, 2001]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 7 [June 27, 2002]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 8 [March 27, 2003]
Sanyo Pachinko Paradise 9 [November 6, 2003]
Steambot Chronicles [May 23, 2006]
Sub Rebellion [October 12, 2002]

PlayStation 3

R-Type Dimensions [May 20, 2014]

PSP

Blokus Portable: Steambot Championship [February 27, 2008]
Hammerin' Hero [April 7, 2009]
R-Type Command [May 6, 2008]
Steambot Chronicles: Battle Tournament [July 4, 2009]

Saturn

Image Fight & X-Multiply [August 20, 1998]
In the Hunt [1996]
Irem Arcade Classics [April 26, 1996]
Zoku Gussun Oyoyo [February 28, 1997]

SNES

DinoCity [September, 1992]
Ganbare! Daiku no Gensan [December 22, 1993]
GunForce [November, 1992]
The Irem Skins Game [October, 1992]
Ranma 1/2: Chounai Gekitouhen [April 28, 1994]
Rocky Rodent [September, 1993]
R-Type III: The Third Lightning [October, 1994]
Street Combat [April, 1993]
Super R-Type [September, 1991]
Undercover Cops [unknown]

TurboGrafx-16

Gekibo: Gekisha Boy [October 2, 1992]
Image Fight [July 27, 1990]
Legend of Hero Tonma [1993]
Mr. Heli no Daibouken [December 1, 1989]
Ninja Spirit [1990]
Racing Damashii [July 19, 1991]
R-Type [1989]
R-Type I [March 25, 1988]
Vigilante [October, 1989]

Turbografx-CD

Eiyuu San Goku Shi [March 26, 1993]
Image Fight II: Operation Deepstriker [December 18, 1992]
R-Type Complete CD [December 20, 1991]
Sol Moonarge [January 7, 1994]


There are numerous companies in the industry, and their names change like the weather. The information above is not particular about the finer details. Acquisitions are common, so companies with no recent listings may still be developing games under a new name. For example, DMA Design currently has a Rockstar name. Do you know of a title that is not listed above but should be? Be sure and let a staff member know. You can contact staff if you click here.

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