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Vic Tokai Games

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

Game Boy

Aerostar [September, 1991]
Daedalain Opus [July, 1990]
G1 King! 3-Hitsu no Yosouya [March 26, 1993]
Gem Gem [March 29, 1991]
Lucle [1995]
Tokoro's Mahjong Jr. [December 22, 1994]
Xerd no Densetsu [October 18, 1991]
Xerd no Densetsu 2: Xerd!! Gishin no Ryouiki [February 19, 1993]

Game Gear

Scratch Golf [1994]


Battle Mania: Daiginjou [December 24, 1993]
Columns III [December 17, 1993]
Kick Off 3: European Challenge [1994]
King Salmon: The Big Catch [March 21, 1993]
Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter [February 25, 1993]
Socket [March 24, 1994]
Top Gear 2 [1994]
Trouble Shooter [1991]
Whip Rush 2222 AD [1990]


Aigina no Yogen [November 21, 1986]
All-Pro Basketball [December, 1989]
Amagon [April, 1989]
Bump 'N Jump [December, 1988]
Chester Field: Ankoku Shin heno Chousen [July 30, 1987]
Clash At Demonhead [January, 1990]
Conflict [March, 1990]
Golgo 13: Top Secret Episode [September, 1988]
Kid Kool [March, 1990]
The Krion Conquest [January, 1991]
Mafat Conspiracy: Golgo 13 [June, 1990]
Secret Ties [unknown]
Terra Cresta [March, 1990]

Nintendo 64

Dark Rift [June, 1997]


Burning Road [September 30, 1996]
Criticom [November 29, 1995]
Silverload [May 31, 1996]


Criticom [1997]
Playboy Karaoke Collection: Volume 1 [August 9, 1996]
Playboy Karaoke Collection: Volume 2 [August 9, 1996]
Shinobi Legions [1995]
Valora Valley Golf [1996]

Sega CD

Flink [1994]
Mansion of Hidden Souls [March, 1994]

Sega Master System

Psycho Fox [1989]


Imperium [November, 1992]
Kick Off 3 [1994]
Laplace no Ma [July 14, 1995]
Lock On [October, 1993]
Oraga Land Shusai: Best Farmer Shuukaku-Sai [March 17, 1995]
Princess Minerva [June 23, 1995]
Shien's Revenge [October, 1994]
Shinseiki Odysselya [June 18, 1993]
Shinseiki Odysselya II [October 6, 1995]
S.O.S. [April, 1994]
Super Conflict [March, 1993]
Time Slip [November, 1993]
Tokoro's Mahjong [September 23, 1994]

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