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Takuyo Games

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


Dreamcast

Cherry Blossom [April 28, 2004]
For Symphony: With All One's Heart [July 31, 2003]
Fragrance Tale [July 26, 2001]
Kaitou Apricot [March 6, 2003]
Netto de Para [July 27, 2000]
Plus Plum [October 7, 1999]
Sweet Season [October 23, 2003]
Yuki Gatari [December 26, 2002]

Game Boy

Chibi Maruko-Chan 3: Mezase! Game Taishou no Maki [March 27, 1992]
Chibi Maruko-Chan 4: Korega Nippon Dayo! Oujisama [August 7, 1992]
Chibi Maruko-Chan: Maruko Deluxe Gekijou [May 26, 1995]
Mahoujin GuruGuru [April 28, 1995]

PlayStation

Kaitou Apricot [May 22, 2003]

PlayStation 2

Cherry Blossom [December 30, 2004]
E'tude Prologue: Yureugoku Kokoro no Katachi [April 27, 2006]
For Symphony: With All One's Heart [May 26, 2005]
Fragrance Tale [April 28, 2005]
Himehibi: New Princess Days!! Zoku! Ni-Gakki [June 25, 2009]
HimeHibi: Princess Days [December 28, 2006]
Hoshigari Empusa [April 17, 2008]
Hoshiiro no Okurimono [November 8, 2007]
Kaeru Batake de Tsukamaete [April 28, 2010]
Kaeru Batake de Tsukamete: Natsu Senbokuryou Sansen [December 28, 2010]
Kaitou Apricot Kanzenban [January 20, 2005]
Little Aid [November 23, 2005]
Medical 91 [July 21, 2005]
Panic Palette [May 31, 2007]
Plus Plum 2 Again [May 18, 2006]
Sorayume [June 19, 2008]
Sweet Season [March 31, 2005]
Torikago no Mukougawa [July 27, 2006]
Yukigatari Renewal Edition [July 28, 2005]

Saturn

E'tude Prologue [November 26, 1998]

SNES

Cyber Spin [November, 1992]
Earthworm Jim [October, 1994]
Heisei Inu Monogatari Bow: Pop'n Smash [April 28, 1994]
Mahou Poi Poi Poitto! [August 5, 1994]
Miracle Girls [October 22, 1993]
Oozumoukon [December 11, 1992]
Samurai Shodown [November, 1994]
Shounen Ashibe [December 22, 1992]
Soukou Kihei Votoms: The Battling Road [October 29, 1993]
Super Jinsei Game [March 18, 1994]
Super Jinsei Game 2 [September 8, 1995]
Super Jinsei Game 3 [November 29, 1996]
Super Okuman Chouja Game [November 24, 1995]

Xbox

Magi Death Fight: Mahou Gakuen [July 4, 2002]
Plus Plum 2 [January 15, 2004]


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