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KID Games

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


Dreamcast

Boku to Bokura no Natsu [September 26, 2002]
Close to: Inori no Oka [April 19, 2001]
Erde: Nezu no Izuki no Shita de [August 7, 2003]
Ever 17: The Out of Infinity [August 29, 2002]
Iris [August 7, 2003]
Memories Off 2nd [September 27, 2001]
Memories Off Complete [June 29, 2000]
Milky Season [February 28, 2002]
My Merry May [April 25, 2002]
My Merry Maybe [July 10, 2003]
Never7: The End of Infinity [December 21, 2000]
Omoide ni Kawaru-Kimi: Memories Off [November 28, 2002]
Pizzicato Polka: Suisei Genya [June 17, 2004]
Prism Heart [November 29, 2001]
Suigetsu Mayoi-Gokoro [October 28, 2004]
Tentama: 1st Sunny Side [October 25, 2001]
Treasure Strike [February 17, 2000]
Yume no Tsubasa: Fate of Heart [July 26, 2001]

Game Boy

Chibi Maruko-Chan 2: Deluxe Maruko World [September 13, 1991]
Chibi Maruko-Chan 3: Mezase! Game Taishou no Maki [March 27, 1992]
Chibi Maruko-Chan: Maruko Deluxe Gekijou [May 26, 1995]
Chibi Maruko-Chan: Okozukai Daisakusen [December 7, 1990]
Fastest Lap [1991]
Gamera: Daikaijuu Kuuchuu Kessen [March 3, 1995]
Kingyo Chuuihou! 2 Gyopichan o Sagase! [November 27, 1992]
Pocket Love [July 18, 1997]
Pocket Love 2 [March 13, 1998]
Sumo Fighter [March, 1993]
Urusei Yatsura: Miss Tomobiki o Chigase! [July 3, 1992]

Game Boy Color

Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu GB Special: Otoko Dokyou no Tenka Touitsu [July 21, 2000]
Front Row [October 1, 1999]
Golf Daisuki! [October 29, 1999]
Lil' Monster [August, 2000]
Space Marauder [August 28, 2000]

Genesis

Mystical Fighter [1992]

NeoGeo Pocket Color

Infinity Cure [November 23, 2000]
Memories Off Pure [April 27, 2000]
Pocket Love: If [October 21, 1999]

NES

G.I. Joe [January, 1991]
G.I. Joe: The Atlantis Factor [March, 1992]
Isolated Warrior [February, 1991]
Kick Master [January, 1992]

PlayStation

Board Game: Top Shop [December 4, 2001]
Choukousoku GranDoll [July 24, 1997]
Dokomademo Aoku... [February 21, 2002]
Emmyrea [May 24, 2001]
Flamberge no Seirei [April 27, 2000]
Game de Seishun [April 23, 1998]
GoGo I-land [December 14, 2000]
Kagayaku Kisetsu e [April 1, 1999]
Kaitou Apricot [May 22, 2003]
Kid Mix Selection: Character Collection [June 28, 2001]
Mahjong de Pon! Hanafuda de Koi! Our Graduation [February 3, 2000]
Memories Off [September 30, 1999]
Memories Off 2nd [September 27, 2001]
Milky Season [February 28, 2002]
Osaka Naniwa Matenrow [April 8, 1999]
Ouji-sama LV1 [March 20, 2002]
Ouji-sama LV1.5 [February 20, 2003]
Pepsiman [March 4, 1999]
Sakamoto Ryuma: Ishinkai Kuni [December 11, 1997]
Screen [May 25, 2000]
Ski Air Mix [September 1, 2000]
Subete ga F Ninaru: The Perfect Insider [March 28, 2002]
Tentama [January 25, 2001]
Yume no Tsubasa [September 28, 2000]

PlayStation 2

Men At Work 3: Ai to Seishun no Hunter Gakuen [November 25, 2004]
12Riven: The Ψcliminal of Integral [March 13, 2008]
Ai Yori Aoshi [March 20, 2003]
Angel's Feather [March 11, 2004]
Angel's Feather: Kuro no Zanei [June 30, 2005]
Colorful Box: To Love [May 27, 2004]
Cross Channel: To All People [March 18, 2004]
Duel Masters: Birth of Super Dragon [March 24, 2005]
Erde [December 19, 2002]
Ever17: The Out of Infinity [August 29, 2002]
Festa!! Hyper Girls Party [June 29, 2006]
Guisard Revolution: Bokura wa Omoi o Mi ni Matou [March 3, 2005]
Iris [February 27, 2003]
Kaiketsu! Osabakiina [July 29, 2004]
Mabino Style [April 28, 2005]
Memories Off #5: Encore [August 12, 2007]
Memories Off #5: Togireta Film [October 27, 2005]
Memories Off #5 Encore [July 12, 2007]
Memories Off #5: Togireta Film [October 27, 2005]
Memories Off After Rain Vol. 1: Oridzuru [January 27, 2005]
Memories Off After Rain Vol. 2: Souen [February 24, 2005]
Memories Off After Rain Vol. 3 Sotsugyou [March 31, 2005]
Memories Off Duet: 1st & 2nd Stories [March 27, 2003]
Memories Off Mix [September 25, 2003]
Memories Off: Sorekara [June 24, 2004]
Memories Off: Sorekara Again [March 23, 2006]
Mikomai: Towa no Omoi [September 8, 2005]
Mizu no Senritsu [September 29, 2005]
Mizu no Senritsu 2: Hi no Kioku [October 26, 2006]
Monochrome [August 26, 2004]
My Merry May [January 30, 2003]
My Merry May with be [June 30, 2005]
My Merry Maybe [April 24, 2003]
Natsu Yume Ya Wa [August 28, 2003]
Never7 [June 26, 2003]
Nurse Witch Komugi-Chan Magical te [February 26, 2004]
Omoi no Kakera: Close to [July 24, 2003]
Omoide ni Kawaru-Kimi: Memories Off [November 28, 2002]
Pizzicato Polka: Suisei Genya [June 17, 2004]
Remember 11: The Age of Infinity [March 18, 2004]
Ryu-Koku [September 21, 2006]
School Rumble Ni-Gakki [July 20, 2006]
Separate Hearts [February 23, 2006]
Suigetsu Mayoi-Gokoro [October 28, 2004]
Tentama: 1st Sunnyside [October 30, 2003]
Tentama 2: Wins [February 26, 2004]
WeAre* [July 27, 2006]
White Breath: Kizuna [November 22, 2006]
White Princess the Second [August 25, 2005]

Saturn

6 Inch My Darling [December 23, 1998]
Can Can Bunny Extra [October 2, 1997]
Can Can Bunny Premier [April 5, 1996]
Can Can Bunny Premier 2 [December 20, 1996]
Game de Seishun [April 23, 1998]
GunBlaze S [January 29, 1998]
High School Terra Story [July 23, 1998]
Houkago Renai Club [January 15, 1998]
Kiss Yori [March 18, 1999]
Pia Carrot e Youkoso!! [March 12, 1998]
Ruri Iro no Yuki [December 10, 1998]
Sakamoto Ryouma: Ishin Kaikoku [January 29, 1998]
She'sn [November 19, 1998]
Tenant Wars [February 11, 1998]
Virtual Call S [October 29, 1998]

SNES

Mini-Yonku Shining Scorpion: Let's & Go [December 20, 1996]

TurboGrafx-16

Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: PC Bangai-hen [March 30, 1990]
Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-Bu: PC Soccer-hen [April 3, 1992]

WonderSwan

KISS Yori: Seaside Serenade [December 2, 1999]

WonderSwan Color

Memories Off Festa [March 8, 2001]


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