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Tokuma Shoten Games

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


3DO

Konpeki no Kantai [April 21, 1995]

Famicom Disk System

All 1: Famimaga Disk Vol. 3 [February 22, 1991]
Clocks: Famimaga Disk Vol. 4 [April 19, 1991]
Hong Kong: Famimaga Disk Vol. 1 [March 23, 1990]
Janken Disk Shiro: Famimaga Disk Vol. 6 [December 22, 1992]
Magma Project Hacker [August 10, 1989]
Panic Space: Famimaga Disk Vol. 2 [October 19, 1990]
Puyo Puyo [October 25, 1991]

Game Boy

Higashio Osamu Kanshuu Pro Yakyuu Stadium '91 [August 9, 1991]
Higashio Osamu Kanshuu Pro Yakyuu Stadium '92 [July 17, 1992]
Hong Kong [August 11, 1990]
Little Master [April 19, 1991]
Little Master 2 [March 27, 1992]

NES

Captain Silver [December 16, 1988]
Exed Exes [December 21, 1985]
Ghostbusters [October, 1988]
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu [December 21, 1988]
Gorby no Pipeline Daisakusen [April 12, 1991]
Labyrinth [January 7, 1987]
Lot Lot [December 21, 1985]
Majabencha: Mahjong Senki [October 19, 1990]
Mugen Senshi Valis [August 21, 1987]
Power Soccer [March 30, 1990]
Puyo Puyo [July 23, 1993]

PlayStation

Chibi-Chara Game Gingaeiyu Densetsu [May 27, 1999]
Click Manga: Click no Hi [October 28, 1999]
Click Manga: Dynamic Robot Taisen 1: Shutsugeki! Kyoui Robot no Gundan!! [September 30, 1999]
Click Manga: Dynamic Robot Taisen 2: Kyoufu! Akuma Zoku Fukkatsu [December 16, 1999]
Click Manga: Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu 1 [September 30, 1999]
Click Manga: Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu 2 [November 18, 1999]
Click Manga: Opera Za no Kaijin [September 30, 1999]
ClockWorks [July 26, 1996]
Fire Woman Matoigumi [March 26, 1998]
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu [May 28, 1998]
Incredible Crisis [November 6, 2000]
Zoku Hatsukoi Monogatari: Shuugaku Ryokou [March 26, 1998]

Saturn

ClockWorks [August 9, 1996]
Digital Ange: Dennou Tenshi SS [June 20, 1997]
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu [November 29, 1996]
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu Plus [October 23, 1997]
Hatsukoi Monogatari [October 1, 1998]
Zoku Hatsukoi Monogatari: Shuugaku Ryokou [December 3, 1998]

SNES

Clock Works [December 8, 1995]
Eien no Filena [February 25, 1995]
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu [September 25, 1992]
Higashio Osamu Kanshuu Super Pro Yakyuu Stadium [September 30, 1993]
Little Master: Niji Iro no Maseki [June 30, 1995]
Love Quest [March 17, 1995]
Madou Monogatari: Hanamaru Daiyouchi Enji [January 12, 1996]
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Future's Past [March, 1994]
Yadamon: Wonderland Dream [November 26, 1993]

Turbografx-CD

Denno Tenshi: Digital Angel [November 18, 1994]
Hatsukoi Monogatari [April 28, 1994]
Himitsu no Hanazono [December 10, 1993]
Virgin Dream [May 31, 1996]


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