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System Sacom Games

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


Seal of the Pharaoh [1994]
Yamada Kamachi Bijutsukan: Kamachi's Museum [June 9, 1995]

Famicom Disk System

Fire Rock [June 20, 1988]
Moon Ball Magic [July 12, 1988]


Jennifer Capriati Tennis [August 16, 1992]


Are! Mo Kore? Mo Momotarou [October 4, 1996]
Eurasia Express Satsujin Jiken: Murder on the Eurasia Express [November 26, 1998]
Gaball Screen [December 6, 1996]
Ibarado: Rapture no Kaeru Machi [October 16, 1997]
Jikuu Tantei DD 2: Hangyaku no Apsalar [August 27, 1989]
Jikuu Tantei DD: Maboroshi no Lorelei [July 26, 1996]
R?MJ: The Mystery Hospital [November 27, 1997]
Running High [April 25, 1997]
Salzburg no Majo: The Witch of Salzburg [June 20, 1997]


Jikuu Tantei DD: Dracula Detective - Maboroshi no Lorelei [July 26, 1996]
Lunacy [May 31, 1997]
The Mansion of Hidden Souls [1994]
Rampo [February 24, 1995]
R?MJ: The Mystery Hospital [December 18, 1997]

Sega CD

Mansion of Hidden Souls [March, 1994]


Gekitotsu Dangan Jidousha Kessen: Battle Mobile [June 25, 1993]
Smart Ball [March, 1992]
Wondrous Magic [December 17, 1993]


Yami no Ketsuzoku: Harukanaru Kioku [December 17, 1993]

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