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Media Rings Games

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

Game Boy Advance

Iribaru Rieko no Dendou Mahjong [September 28, 2001]
Lunar Legend [December 8, 2002]
Mugen Kinogyou Zero Tours [July 27, 2001]
Wizardry Summoner [December 21, 2001]


Kowloon Jou [December 7, 2000]
Nishijin Pachinko Tettei Kouryaku [December 11, 2001]
Saibara Rieko no Mahjong Toriadama Kikou [February 24, 2000]
Superstar Dance Club: #1 Hits!!! [December 1, 2002]
Suzumepai Yuugi '99: Tanuki no Kawasanyou [December 17, 1998]
Yuugen Kaisha Chikyuu Boueitai: Earth Defenders Corporation [April 28, 1999]


Tactical Fighter [October 16, 1997]
Zero 4 Champ: DooZy-J Type R [June 20, 1997]


Ballz [November, 1994]
Zero-4 Champ RR [July 22, 1994]
Zero-4 Champ RR-Z [November 25, 1995]


Boxyboy [1990]
Spin Pair [December 14, 1990]
Spiral Wave [December 13, 1991]
Toilet Kids [March 6, 1992]
Zero 4 Champ [March 8, 1991]


Tecmo World Cup Super Soccer [December 4, 1992]
Zero 4 Champ II [March 5, 1993]

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