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High Score Productions Games

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

Game Gear

MLBPA Baseball [1995]


Bill Walsh College Football [1993]
Bill Walsh College Football '95 [1994]
College Football USA '96 [1995]
Elitserien 95 [November 27, 1994]
Elitserien 96 [December 8, 1995]
IMG International Tour Tennis [May 21, 1994]
Jungle Strike [December 16, 1993]
La Russa Baseball 95 [1994]
Madden NFL '94 [February 18, 1994]
Madden NFL '95 [1994]
Madden NFL '96 [1995]
Madden NFL '97 [1997]
NHL '94 [March, 1993]
NHL '95 [1995]
NHL '96 [1995]
NHL '97 [1996]
NHL '98 [1997]


Extreme Pinball [March 28, 1996]
FIFA '96 [November, 1995]


FIFA Soccer 96 [1996]

Sega 32X

Toughman Contest [1995]

Sega CD

Bill Walsh College Football [December, 1993]
NHL '94 [January, 1993]


Madden NFL '96 [November, 1995]
NHL '96 [September, 1995]

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