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Sofel Games

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

Famicom Disk System

Cocona World [April 10, 1987]
Gokuraku Yuugi: Game Tengoku [December 12, 1987]

Game Boy

Fish Dude [April, 1991]
Monster Maker [December 22, 1990]
Monster Maker 2: Uru no Hiten [March 19, 1993]
Monster Maker: Barcode Saga [August 10, 1993]


Casino Kid [October, 1989]
Casino Kid 2 [April, 1993]
Dragon Fighter [January, 1992]
Kitte Rai Da! Gunjin Shougi Nanya Sore? [May 26, 1989]
Klash Ball [July, 1991]
The Money Game [August 10, 1988]
The Money Game II: Kabutochou no Kiseki [December 20, 1989]
Monster Maker: 7-tsu no Hihou [December 20, 1991]
Titan [August 10, 1990]
Wall Street Kid [June, 1990]
Wurm: Journey to the Center of the Earth [November, 1991]


Flying Hero: Bugyuru no Daibouken [December 15, 1992]
Monster Maker III: Hikari no Majutsushi [December 24, 1993]
Monster Maker Kids: Ousama ni Naritai [November 18, 1994]
Mr. Nutz [August, 1994]
Onizuka Katsunari Super Virtual Boxing [November 26, 1993]
TKO Super Championship Boxing [October, 1992]

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