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Coconuts Japan Entertainment Games

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


3DO

World Cup Special [May 19, 1995]

Game Boy

Amida [October 23, 1990]
Caesar's Palace [1991]
Card Game [June 15, 1990]
Elite Soccer [1994]
Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge [1992]
The Fidgetts [April 22, 1994]
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade [1994]
Kitchen Panic [May 10, 1991]
The Lawnmower Man [1993]
Onigashima Pachinko-Ten [February 8, 1991]
Pachinko Kaguya Hime [October 9, 1992]
Pachinko Seiyuuki [December 13, 1991]
Pachinko Time [December 8, 1989]
Pachiokun [November 19, 1993]
Pachiokun 2 [November 25, 1994]
Pachiokun 3 [April 28, 1995]
Pachiokun Castle [April 22, 1994]
Pachiokun Game Gallery [November 29, 1996]
Pachi-Slot Kids [June 18, 1993]
Pachi-Slot Kids 2 [June 10, 1994]
Pachi-Slot Kids 3 [March 24, 1995]
Pocket Densha [October 30, 1998]
Soreyuke! Amida-Kun [October 23, 1990]

Game Boy Color

Pocket Densha 2 [April 2, 1999]

NES

1999 Hore, Mitakotoka! Seikimatsu [September 18, 1992]
American Dream [September 23, 1989]
Bakushou! Ai no Gekijou [December 29, 1990]
Ferrari Grand Prix Challenge [June, 1992]
Game Party [August 3, 1990]
I Love Softball [December 19, 1989]
Masuzoe Youichi: Asa Made Famicom [April 17, 1992]
Mokushi Pachi Pro: Pachiokun [December 18, 1987]
Pachinko Daisakusen 1 [July 19, 1991]
Pachinko Daisakusen 2 [July 19, 1992]
Pachiokun 2 [January 30, 1989]
Pachiokun 3: Kittekita Pachiokun [October 26, 1990]
Pachiokun 4 [November 22, 1991]
Pachiokun 5 [June 18, 1993]
Pachi-Slot Adventure 2: Sorotta Kun no Pachi Slot Tanteidan [September 17, 1993]
Pachi-Slot Adventure 3: Bitaoshii 7 Kenzan! [May 13, 1994]
Super Pinball [August 23, 1988]
Tokyo Pachi-Slot Adventure [December 13, 1991]

PlayStation

Aishiau Kotoshika Dekinai [February 11, 1998]
Angel Graffiti: Anathe no Profile [July 26, 1996]
Brain Dead 13 [1996]
Cyberwar [July 21, 1995]
Deadly Skies [October 23, 1997]
F-1 Grand Prix 1996: Team Unei Simulation [January 17, 1997]
Formula Grand Prix: Team Unei Simulation 2 - 1997 Han [December 25, 1997]
Impact Racing [September 30, 1996]
International Moto X [December, 1996]
Johnny Bazookatone [February 22, 1996]
Kaettekita Pachiokun Dream Collection [July 2, 1998]
King of Bowling [September 29, 1995]
King of Bowling 2 [September 1, 2000]
Olympic Summer Games: Atlanta 1996 [July 23, 1996]
Pachiokun: Pachinko Land Adventure [April 14, 1995]
Pitball [October 29, 1996]
PO'ed [May 4, 1996]
Pro Yakyuu Nettou Puzzle Stadium [May 7, 1998]
Striker '96 [1996]
Test Drive Off-Road [February 28, 1997]
Vegas Casino [September 1, 2000]
World Cup Golf: Professional Edition [January, 1996]

Saturn

Angel Graffiti S [July 25, 1997]
Brain Dead 13 [October 31, 1996]
Impact Racing [1996]
Olympic Soccer: Atlanta 1996 [1996]
Super Casino Special [January 24, 1997]
Team Unei Simulation: Formula Grand Prix [November 13, 1997]

SNES

Action Pachio [April 9, 1993]
Firepower 2000 [November, 1992]
Full Throttle: All-American Racing [January, 1995]
Ganso Pachi: Slot Nippon Ichi [November 25, 1994]
Ganso Pachinko Ou [December 22, 1994]
Hanafuda Ou [December 16, 1994]
The Lawnmower Man [November, 1993]
MLBPA Baseball [March, 1994]
Nakana Koichi Kanshuu: Keirin-Ou [November 18, 1994]
Pachinko Wars [July 17, 1992]
Pachinko Wars 2 [December 17, 1993]
Pachiokun Special [December 11, 1992]
Pachiokun Special 2 [May 20, 1994]
Pachiokun Special 3 [December 1, 1995]
Pachi-Slot Love Story [November 19, 1993]
Pinball Dreams [April, 1994]
Pro Yakyuu Nettou Puzzle Stadium [April 25, 1997]
Res Arcana Diana Ray: Uranai no Meikyu [April 14, 1995]
Super Caesar's Palace [October, 1993]
Super Casino 2 [October 28, 1994]
World Cup Striker [July 15, 1994]
World Soccer '94: Road to Glory [December, 1993]

TurboGrafx-16

Ballistix [1992]
Pachiokun: Juban Shobu [March 13, 1992]

Turbografx-CD

Color Wars [July 10, 1992]
Pachiokun 3: Pachi-Slot & Pachinko [April 15, 1994]
Pachiokun: Maboroshi no Densetsu [April 19, 1991]
Pachiokun: Warau Uchuu [December 22, 1992]
Sotsugyou Shashin Miki [October 28, 1994]

Virtual Boy

Space Squash [September 29, 1995]

WonderSwan

Soccer Yarou! Challenge the World [August 12, 1999]
Umizuri ni Ikou! [April 1, 1999]


There are numerous companies in the industry, and their names change like the weather. The information above is not particular about the finer details. Acquisitions are common, so companies with no recent listings may still be developing games under a new name. For example, DMA Design currently has a Rockstar name. Do you know of a title that is not listed above but should be? Be sure and let a staff member know. You can contact staff if you click here.

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