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Shoeisha Games

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


Macross M3 [February 27, 2001]


Ayakashi Ninden Kunoichiban [September 25, 1997]
BladeMaker [July 1, 1999]
BreakThru! [December 1, 1995]
Building Crush! [October 25, 1996]
Dekiru! Game Center [January 14, 1999]
Gensou no Artemis: Actress School Mystery Adventure [January 27, 2000]
Grille Logic [January 26, 1996]
Kouyasai [February 25, 1999]
Lunar Wing: Toki o Koeta Seisen [July 12, 2001]
Misaki-Aggressive! [July 23, 1998]
Project GaiaRay [October 23, 1997]
Seirei Shoukan: Princess of Darkness [June 25, 1998]
Sorcerer's Maze [December 4, 2003]
That's Pon! [May 12, 1995]
Tsuukai!! Slot Shooting [June 14, 1996]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire [March 15, 1996]

PlayStation 2

Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix [June 28, 2001]
Zoids Infinity Fuzors [February 17, 2005]


Ayakashi Ninden Kunoichiban Plus [April 9, 1998]
Bishojo Variety Game: Rapyulus Panic [April 26, 1995]
Bouken Katsugeki Monomono [July 24, 1997]
BreakThru! [September 22, 1995]
Paneltia Story: Kerun no Daibouken [February 28, 1997]
Wara^2 Wars [May 23, 1997]
Zork Collection [March 12, 1998]
Zork I [March 15, 1996]

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