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Nichibutsu Games

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


Game Boy

Booby Boys [June 25, 1993]
Frisky Tom [July 14, 1995]
Honmei Boy [October 7, 1994]
Nichibutsu Mahjong: Yoshimoto Gekijou [November 18, 1994]
Ray-Thunder [February 8, 1991]

Genesis

F1 Circus MD [December 20, 1991]

NES

Crazy Climber [December 26, 1986]
F1 Circus [February 7, 1992]
Mahjong Taisen [May 20, 1992]

PlayStation

Arcade Hits: Crazy Climber [May 23, 2002]
Ganso Family Mahjong 2 [June 3, 1999]
Gionbana 2 [February 4, 1999]
Hyper Crazy Climber [February 23, 1996]
Nichibutsu Mahjong: Joshikou Meijinsen [May 26, 1995]
Otona no Asobi [December 2, 1999]
Virtual Kyotei 2000 [May 2, 2000]
Virtual Kyotei '99 [April 1, 1999]

Sega CD

F-1 Circus CD [March 18, 1994]

SNES

Andre Agassi Tennis [May, 1994]
BS Nichibutsu 4-Player Mahjong 1 [1996]
BS Nichibutsu 4-Player Mahjong 2 [1996]
BS Nichibutsu Mahjong [1996]
Cosmo Police Galivan II: Arrow of Justice [June 11, 1993]
Gionbana [December 16, 1994]
Kouryaku Casino Bar [July 14, 1995]
Mahjong Hanjouki [July 28, 1995]
Nichibitsu Collection 1 [November 29, 1996]
Nichibitsu Collection 2 [December 27, 1996]
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics [May 26, 1995]
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics 2: Heiankyo Alien [December 15, 1995]
Pachi-Slot Gambler [December 23, 1994]
Pazurun Desu! [April 14, 1995]
Super F-1 Circus [July 24, 1992]
Super F-1 Circus 2 [July 29, 1993]
Super F-1 Circus 3 [July 15, 1994]
Super F-1 Circus Gaiden [July 7, 1995]
Super F-1 Circus Limited [October 23, 1992]
Super Gomoku Shogi [November 18, 1994]
Super Honmei: G1 Seiha [February 28, 1994]
Super Kyoutei [June 30, 1995]
Super Kyoutei 2 [April 26, 1996]
Super Nichibitsu Mahjong [December 18, 1992]
Super Nichibitsu Mahjong 2 [October 29, 1993]
Super Nichibitsu Mahjong 3 [July 29, 1994]
Super Nichibitsu Mahjong 4 [September 27, 1996]
Super Off Road: The Baja [September, 1993]
Super Pachi-Slot Mahjong [April 28, 1994]

TurboGrafx-16

Armed F [March 23, 1990]
F1 Circus '91 [July 12, 1991]
F1 Circus '92 [December 18, 1992]
Fighting Run [November 29, 1991]
J-League Greatest Eleven [May 14, 1993]
Terra Cresta II: Mandler no Gyakushuu [November 27, 1992]

Turbografx-CD

F1 Circus Special: Pole to Win [June 26, 1992]
Iga Ninden Gaou [December 10, 1993]
Seisenshi Denshou: Jantaku no Kishi [August 1, 1994]
Sexy Idol Mahjong [December 24, 1993]
Sexy Idol Mahjong Fashion Monogatori [September 16, 1994]
Sexy Idol Mahjong: Yakyuuken no Uta [January 31, 1995]
Slot Gambler [April 28, 1995]
Vanilla Syndrome [October 25, 1991]


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