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Shogakukan Games

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


Doraemon Yuujou Densetsu [April 7, 1995]

Game Boy Advance

MiniMoni: Mika no Happy Morning Chatty [April 1, 2002]

Game Boy Color

Doraemon no Quiz Boy [April 28, 2000]
Hamtaro: Ham Hams Unite! [October 28, 2002]


Doraemon Minna de Yuubou! [July 18, 2003]


World Trophy Soccer [1992]


Eikou no St Andrews [August 28, 1997]
Kekkon: Marriage [October 10, 1996]
Kuma no Pooh Tarou: Karaha Pinkuda! Zenin shuugou!! [January 13, 1996]
Ranma 1/2: Battle Renaissance [December 6, 1996]
Sotsugyou III: Wedding Bell [April 2, 1998]
Tsuri Baka Nisshi [September 13, 1996]

PlayStation 2

Duel Masters: Birth of Super Dragon [March 24, 2005]


Kekkon: Marriage [December 15, 1995]
Kekkon Zenya [October 27, 1995]
Sotsugyou Album [January 15, 1998]
Sotsugyou Crossworld [March 28, 1997]
Sotsugyou III: Wedding Bell [April 9, 1998]


Ranma 1/2: Chougi Ranbuhen [April 28, 1994]
Ranma 1/2: Chounai Gekitouhen [April 28, 1994]
Ranma 1/2: Ougi Jaanken [July 21, 1995]

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