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Micro Vision Games

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Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu [May 28, 1998]
Kids Station: Hitori de Dekirumon! [April 26, 2001]
Kosodate Quiz: Motto My Angel [March 25, 1999]
Memorial * Series: Sunsoft Vol. 1 [October 4, 2001]
Memorial * Series: Sunsoft Vol. 2: Route-16 Turbo / Atlantis no Nazo [December 6, 2001]
Memorial * Series: Sunsoft Vol. 3: Madoola no Tsubasa / Toukaidou Gojuusan Tsugi [December 27, 2001]
Memorial * Series: Sunsoft Vol. 4: Chou Wakusei Senki Metafight / Ripple Island [February 14, 2002]
Memorial * Series: Sunsoft Vol. 5: Raf World / Hebereke [March 28, 2002]
Memorial * Series: Sunsoft Vol. 6: Battle Formula / Gimmick! [November 21, 2002]

PlayStation 2

Kinkou Myaku Tansa Simulation: Ingot 79 [November 14, 2002]


Umanari 1 Haron Gekijou [December 4, 1997]

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