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ASK Games

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


MinDStorm [May 18, 2007]

Game Boy

Aa Harimanada [July 23, 1993]
Alien vs. Predator: The Last of His Clan [November, 1993]
Catrap [September, 1990]
Mikineko Holmes no Kishi Michi [February 15, 1991]
Sunsoft Grand Prix [1992]

Game Boy Color

Nintama Rantarou: Ninjutsu Gakuen ni Nyuugaku Shiyou no Dan [March 23, 2001]


Hyaku no Sekai no Monogatari: The Tales on a Watery Wilderness [August 9, 1991]

Nintendo 64

AeroGauge [May 21, 1998]


Digital Glider Airman [September 14, 1999]
Doukyu Re-Mix: Billiards Multiple [April 1, 1999]
Elfin Paradise [April 25, 1997]
Gotatsujin: Electro [October 29, 1998]
Gubble [June, 2002]
Kimagure My Baby [September 10, 1998]
Koh 2: Shogun [October 26, 2000]
Mr. Prospector: Horiate Kun [August 19, 1999]
Pool Hustler [November 30, 1998]
Simple 1500 Jitsuyou Series Vol. 11: Katei de Dekiru Tsubo Shiatsu [December 13, 2001]
Simple 1500 Jitsuyou Series Vol. 12: Katei no Igaku [December 13, 2001]
Slap Happy Rhythm Busters [June 29, 2000]
Voice Fantasia: Ushinawareta Voice Power [October 2, 1997]
Voice Paradice Excella [November 22, 1996]
Yakata: Nightmare Project [June 4, 1998]

PlayStation 2

Air Ranger 2 Plus: Rescue Helicopter [October 30, 2003]
Air Ranger 2: Rescue Helicopter [March 28, 2002]
Air Ranger: Rescue Helicopter [November 15, 2002]
ChopLifter: Crisis Shield [February 13, 2004]
Q-Ball Billiards Master [March 30, 2000]


Asuka 120% Burning Fest Limited [October 9, 1997]
Big Ichigeki! Pachi-Slot Taikouryku Universal Museum [June 14, 1996]
Idol Mahjong Final Romance 2 [August 11, 1995]
Idol Mahjong Final Romance R [March 15, 1996]
Voice Fantasia S: Ushinawareta Voice Power [July 25, 1997]


Big Ichigeki! Pachi-Slot Dai-Kouryaku [December 16, 1994]
Big Ichigeki! Pachi-Slot Dai-Kouryaku 2: Universal Collection [July 21, 1995]
Hayashi Kaihou Kudan no Igo Oodou [March 22, 1996]
Jissen! Mahjong Shinan [January 13, 1995]
Magna Braban [November 18, 1994]
MechWarrior 3050 [October, 1995]
Nice de Shot [April 29, 1994]


Monster Pro Wrestling [November 22, 1991]
Necros no Yousai [April 20, 1990]


1552 Tenka Dairan [July 16, 1993]
Battle Shanghai: Dragon's Eye [December 18, 1992]
Shanghai III: Dragon's Eye [December 18, 1992]


World Billiards Tournament: Break Nine [July 25, 2002]

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