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Naxat Soft Games

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


3DO

Virtual Cameraman Part 1: Sawada Naomi and Juri Anna [February 17, 1995]
Virtual Cameraman Part 1: Sawada Naomi and Juri Anna [June 30, 1995]
Virtual Cameraman Part 2: Kawai Natsumi and Tachihara Kimi [March 24, 1995]
Virtual Cameraman Part 3: Sugimoto Yumika [April 28, 1995]
Virtual Cameraman Part 4: Toya Shiori [June 2, 1995]

Dreamcast

Miss Moonlight [June 21, 2001]
Nippon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin: Tetsuman Menkyo Minnaten [November 18, 1999]
Yoshia no Oka de Nekoronde... [December 20, 2001]

Game Boy

Collection Pocket [November 21, 1997]
Marchen Club [September 25, 1992]
Ponta to Hinako no Chindouchuu: Yuutou Hen [December 20, 1990]
Serpent [1990]
Snow Brothers [January, 1992]

Game Boy Color

Boku no Camp Ba [September 22, 2000]
Puzzle de Shoubuyo! Wootama-chan [September 29, 2000]

Genesis

Dragon's Fury [1992]

NES

Summer Carnival '92: Recca [July 17, 1992]

PlayStation

Fighting Network Rings [August 7, 1997]
Killing Zone [November 17, 1997]
Motteke Tamago with Ganbare Kamonohasi [April 23, 1998]
VR Golf '97 [June 1, 1997]
VR Soccer '96 [September 1, 1996]

PlayStation 2

Naxat Soft Reachmania Vol. 1: CR Galaxy Angel [November 27, 2008]

Saturn

Battle Monsters [1995]
Heiwa Pachinko Sou Shingeki [October 4, 1996]
Honkaku Pro Mahjong Tetsuman Special [August 23, 1996]
Japan Super Bass Classic '96 [August 23, 1996]
Kyuukyoku Tiger II Plus [December 18, 1997]
Mahjong 4-Shimai Wakakusa Monogatari [September 27, 1996]
Motteke Tamago with Ganbare Kamonohasi [July 2, 1998]
Nippon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin: Doujou Yaburi [May 30, 1997]
Planet Joker [March 7, 1997]
Shunsai: Keiba Data Stable [August 23, 1996]
Top Anglers: Super Fishing Big Fight 2 [June 27, 1997]
VR Golf '97 [1996]
VR Soccer [November 30, 1996]

SNES

Battle Grand Prix [April, 1993]
BS Spriggan Powered [1996]
Holy Umbrella: Dondera no Mubo!! [September 29, 1995]
Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman [September 24, 1993]
Honkaku Mahjong: Tetsuman II [October 21, 1994]
Jaki Crush [December 18, 1992]
JB: The Super Bass [December 15, 1996]
Jumpin' Derby [April 26, 1996]
Naxat Super Pinball: Jaki Hakai [December 18, 1992]
Spriggan Powered [July 26, 1996]
Super Fishing Big Fight [December 16, 1994]
Super Gomoku Narabe: Renju [March 25, 1994]
Super Igo Go-ou [April 8, 1994]
Super Naxat Open: Golf de Shoubu da! Dorabocchan [March 18, 1994]
Take Yukata G1 Memory [July 21, 1995]
The Twisted Tales of Spike McFang [June, 1994]

TurboGrafx-16

1943 Kai [March 22, 1991]
Alien Crush [1989]
Break In [August 10, 1989]
Bubblegum Crash [December 6, 1991]
Burning Angels [December 7, 1990]
Chikudenya Toubee: BIT2 no Kubikiri Yakata Yori [January 26, 1990]
Coryoon [November 29, 1991]
Devil's Crush [1990]
Digital Champ: Battle Boxing [October 13, 1989]
Makai Prince Dorabocchan [December 21, 1990]
Naxat Open [May 30, 1989]
Naxat Stadium [October 26, 1990]
Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: PC Bangai-hen [March 30, 1990]
Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: PC Soccer-hen [April 3, 1992]
Psycho Chaser [April 6, 1990]
Psychosis [1990]
Titan [March 15, 1991]
Toshi Tensou Keikaku: Eternal City [April 12, 1991]
Tsuppari Ozuma Heiseiban [February 19, 1993]
W Ring: The Double Rings [September 28, 1990]

Turbografx-CD

Alzadick: Summer Carnival `92 [July 17, 1992]
Double Dragon II: The Revenge [March 12, 1993]
Downtown Nekketsu Koushinkyoku: Soreyuke Daiundoukai [December 11, 1992]
Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari [December 24, 1993]
Faussete Amour [March 26, 1993]
Kaze Kiri [April 28, 1994]
Mahjong Clinic Special [September 24, 1993]
Mahjong Lemon Angel [February 25, 1994]
Mahjong Sword: Princess Quest Gaiden [August 11, 1995]
Motteke Tamago [April 16, 1997]
Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-bu CD Soccer-hen [December 20, 1991]
Nexzr [December 11, 1992]
Nishimura Kyoutarou: Hokutosei no Onna [February 23, 1990]
Pastel Lime [December 18, 1992]
Quiz de Gakuensai [November 26, 1993]
San Goku Shi: Eiketsu Tenka ni Nozomu [March 29, 1991]
San Goku Shi III [October 1, 1993]
Seirei Senshi Spriggan [July 12, 1991]
Spriggan Mark 2: Re Terraform Project [May 1, 1992]
Star Mobile [October 2, 1992]
Summer Carnival '93: Nexzr Special [July 23, 1993]
Super Real Mahjong P II-III Custom [August 5, 1994]
Super Real Mahjong P IV Custom [December 17, 1993]
Super Real Mahjong P V Custom [March 3, 1995]
Super Real Mahjong Special [December 18, 1992]
Wizardry I + II [July 23, 1993]
Wizardry III + IV [March 4, 1994]
Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom [September 25, 1992]
Yamamura Misa Suspense: Kinsenka Kei Ezara Satsujin Jiken [March 6, 1992]
Yami no Ketsuzoku: Harukanaru Kioku [December 17, 1993]
Yokoyama Mitsuteru Shin San Goku Shi: Tenka wa Ware ni [November 20, 1992]
Zero Wing [September 18, 1992]

WonderSwan

Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu [December 29, 1999]
Fire ProWrestling [August 31, 2000]
Nippon Pro Mahjong Renmei Kounin: Tetsuman [July 15, 1999]


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