Horse racing on the PS1!
A Japanese street racing game for the PS1.
A 3D bowling game for the PS1.
The last game in Nichibutsu's F1 Circus series of formula racing games and the only 3D one.
A 3D bowling game by Nichibutsu. It later received a re-release as Wai Wai Bowling.
Nichibutsu's last mahjong game, featuring a single-player sugoroku-style campaign where you take a mahjong tour through Japan.
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1 and one of the last ones by Nichibutsu. Make your way around an office building challenging its inhabitants to four-player mah...
A third-person hydroplane racing game by Highwaystar.
The sixth and final entry in Nichibutsu's boat racing series. Despite the name, the 21 refers to the year 2001.
The fifth entry in Nichibutsu's boat racing series.
The fourth entry in Nichibutsu's boat racing series.
The third entry in Nichibutsu's 3D boat racing series, and the first for the PS1.
As the young vampire Christopher, grow your dark powers and use them against the most powerful vampire count of 19th century Europe in this Japanese "Gothic Hor...
Become a pirate captain in this simulation game from Artdink.
Discover the New World yet again in this updated sequel to the Japanese PS1 historical-discovery game Neo Atlas.
As a 15th century Portuguese trader, discover new lands while uncovering its mysteries and chart the "World Atlas" in this PS1 remake of Artdink's simulation ga...
A Japan-only simulation game for the PS1 that involves schoolgirls training in a martial arts themed high school.
A Japan-exclusive RPG for the PS1 and a sequel to Seirei Shoukan.
A Japan-exclusive RPG for the PS1.
A Japan-exclusive puzzle/shoot-'em-up game for the PS1 and Saturn. Shoot different-colored crabs falling from the sky before they fill up the playfield.
A Japan-exclusive logic puzzle game for the PS1. Place arrows in the base piece so that it fills up the "grille" piece correctly in all rotations. It later rece...
A Japan-only riichi mahjong game for the PS1, based on a Macintosh game from Enzan-Hoshigumi. Also known as "Entertainment Jansou: That's Pon!"
A Japan-only shop simulator for the PS1, tasking players with building and maintaining a game center from 1978 to 1998.
Equestriad 2001 is a realistic recreation of the World's top three day event courses, including Badminton, Burghley, Kentucky and Sydney. Lucinda Green, Mary Ki...
A virtual shogi game for the PS1 endorsed by professional shogi player Kunio Yonenaga. Featuring multiple training tools, it received three simultaneous separat...
A one-on-one riichi mahjong game with pretty gals as opponents. It was split into three separate releases, with three girls on each disc.
A chess game from Mangolia. Not be confused with the 2022 Nintendo Switch game of the same name.
An action-based strategical wargame.
A computerised version of the classic board game published by Hasbro Interactive, Inc. for Mac, PC and PlayStation.
An adaptation of the 1996 Japanese tokusatsu series Shichisei Toushin Guyferd. It is a simplistic dungeon-crawling RPG with card battle mechanics.
A computerised version of the popular word game for PlayStation and PC for one to four players.
The third game in the Shogi Saikyou series of shogi games.
Known in Japan as "Killer Bass", Monster Bass is a fishing game from Magical Company with a slight horror theme, as you try to catch gigantic mutated bass.
A budget Japanese PS1 game based on four hanafuda card games: Koi-Koi, Hachi-Hachi, Hana-Awase, and Oicho-Kabu.
A budget Japanese PS1 game based on the board game Reversi.
A budget Japanese-only top-down puzzle game for the PS1. Push large keys to their keyholes by placing and using blocks and switches.
A budget Japanese PS1 game based on the sport of billiards.
A budget Japanese PS1 game based on riichi mahjong.
A budget Japanese PS1 game based on nikakudori mahjong solitaire.
The sequel to the PS1 hanafuda game Gionbana, bringing both Koi-Koi and Oicho-Kabu into full 3D while adding a new Story Mode that features the voice of idol Fu...
A PS1 successor to the Super Famicom digital hanafuda card game of the same name. It features a new Story Mode, as well as a guide to the included games (Koi-Ko...
Along with a dating sim set during a mahjong tournament, this game features arcade-style four-player riichi mahjong and two-player koi-koi hanafuda.
A riichi mahjong game set in the Edo period of ancient Japan.
A riichi mahjong game based on the celebrity mahjong variety show The Wareme de Pon. Along with its unique rule changes, it also features 10 celebrity opponents...
A riichi mahjong game with a unique story mode twist: as an up-and-coming salaryman, rise through the ranks by making your clients and bosses happy, even if it ...
A comedic riichi mahjong game from Psikyo, with over 25 3D-rendered opponents based on numerous real-life comedians from Yoshimoto Kogyo.
A riichi mahjong game with characters from multiple Gainax anime series, including Neon Genesis Evangelion, Gunbuster, and Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. It l...
The final game in Game Arts's Gamber Jiko Chuushinha series of mahjong games based on the manga of the same name. It features a free-play mode with a total of 5...
A Rescue Heroes video game for PlayStation, developed by Asylum Entertainment and published by Knowledge Adventure, released in 2001.
In this action-adventure Detective Barbie must catch the art thief who has stolen valuable artwork from a cruise ship's art gallery.
A PS1 visual novel.
A PS1 adventure game by Pandora Box, based on the mini-games in previous Pandora MAX Series games.
The last official entry in the Oni series of JRPGs.
A racing game for the PlayStation.
The first sequel to the 1989 Sengoku-era simulation-strategy game Tenka Toitsu.
A four-player mahjong game by Capcom, featuring a colorful cast of characters drawn in Capcom's CG style. It is a sequel to Capcom's earlier Famicom mahjong gam...
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1 that is endorsed by professional mahjong player Ide Yosuke. It puts players in casual four-player games with a polygonal mahjo...
A digital tile game combining Bandai's simplified mahjong game Donjara with the comedy manga series Azumanga Daioh.
The sequel to the comedic riichi mahjong game Janpai Yuuki '99. Also known as Saibara Rieko no Mahjong Toriatama Kikou, and features more cartoony characters dr...
A comedic riichi mahjong game with cartoony characters drawn by manga artist Rieko Saibara.
A PS1 rhythm game where you conduct a classical orchestra. It was originally had two separate simultaneous releases ("pp Pianissimo" and "ff Fortissimo") with d...
A video game adaptation of the board game shogi.
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1.
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1.
A riichi mahjong game for the PS1, endorsed by professional mahjong player Mitsuru Andō and featuring numerous training tools based on his style of mahjong.
A four-player riichi mahjong arcade game by Warashi and Mahjong Kobo.
The Sacred Pools was an adult-themed FMV game developed by SegaSoft, but was never released.
A remake of the original "To Heart" initially created for the PlayStation in 1999.
A 3D crossover arena fighter with a turn-based strategy mode. The playable characters stem from a number of 60s, 70s, and 80s magical girl anime, while the enem...
A mini-game collection based on the Japanese toy train line.
A train driving simulation game for the PS1, based on Tomy's Plarail line of electric toy train sets.
A mahjong game better known for the Shoujo Kakumei Uneta's opening dummy file.
A sequel to Nippon Ichi Software's PS1 adapation of riichi mahjong, now with a new art style and the option for three-player mahjong. Later known as Logic Mahjo...
Nippon Ichi Software's PS1 adaptation of riichi mahjong, featuring a crime-themed noir-style Story Mode and a custom opponent creator.
The second release in MyCom's shōgi simulator series, released less than one year after its predecessor.
The first title in a long-running shōgi simulator series.
An adventure game with cinematic elements.
A simple arcade-style game.
A PS1 adaptation of the game of shogi and the sequel to the computer adaptations Kiwame and Kiwame II.
A PlayStation platform fighter starring the CoroCoro Comic character Croket and his cast.
A kendō simulator which features some typical fighting game trappings.
A second helping of reversi in the Simple series
A budget-priced pachinko game.
A quiz-'em-up for PS1
The first reversi sim in the Simple series.
The second and third "Ray" games on one disc.
A shogi game best known for featuring the Shoujo Kakumei Utena's opening video as a dummy data.
The first sequel to AI Shōgi, released only on PlayStation and Saturn.
The inaugural installment of Something Good (later ASCII Something Good and i4)'s shōgi series.
Winky the Little Bear is a disc containing an animated film and two mini-games.
A Simple 1500 Series basebal game.