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Darkside urban fantasy novels by S.K.S. Perry

Culture Publishing Games

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


Hello Kitty's Cube Frenzy [March 31, 1999]
Hiza no Ue no Partner: Kitty on Your Lap [March 12, 1998]
Iwatobi Penguin Rocky x Hopper 2 - Tantei Monogatari [February 26, 1998]
Jikki Pachi-Slot Tettei Kouryaku: Speed-CR Kinkakuji 3 [August 20, 1998]
Jikki Pachi-Slot Tettei Kouryaku: Yamasa Collection [March 26, 1998]
Purumui Purumui [September 14, 1999]
Racing [December, 2001]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 11: The Pinball [July 22, 1999]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 12: The Quiz [August 12, 1999]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 15: The Pachinko [October 7, 1999]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 2: The Shogi [October 22, 1998]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 4: The Reversi [October 22, 1998]
Simple 1500 Series Vol. 8: The Solitaire [November 19, 1998]

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