Man the helm of the Earth Defense Force again in this updated sequel to Artdink's sci-fi strategy game Chikyuu Boueigun. Like the original, it has nothing to do...
A World War II "Tank Battle Simulation" game from Artdink.
A sequel to Artdink's World War II naval combat simulation game.
A World War II naval combat simulation game by Artdink, in which players control the Imperial Japanese Navy as they make their way towards Pearl Harbor.
An early "strip mahjong" eroge by Micronet for Japanese computers. Features both four-player and two-player variants, as well as an odd cast of opponents.
A riichi mahjong game based on the crime-themed mahjong manga Mahjong Hishouden: Naki no Ryuu.
A mahjong solitaire computer game and one of the progenitors of the "nikakudori" variant, where tiles are unstacked and valid matches follow a special path-find...
A computer adaptation of the game of shogi.
The second entry in Riverhill Soft's 1920 Series which has detective Todo Ryunosuke solving a murder mystery aboard an international ship traveling from San Fra...
A top-down action RPG created by Tokihiro Naito for Japanese computers.
A single-plane eroge brawler.
A first-person party-based "blobber" dungeon crawler RPG that was released on a number of Japanese platforms.
A turn-based strategy game based on the 1983 board game Sengoku Daimyo, as players lead daimyo to unify Sengoku-era Japan.
The sequel to Victor Interactive Software's Jangō.
Jangō 1 is a mahjong game for MSX and Sharp X68000. It is the first in a series of such games.
The first sequel to sci-fi strategy game Schwarzschild.
The inaugural entry in the Schwarzschild series.
A dating/murder mystery visual novel.
Ero visual novel from Technopolis.
The direct sequel to Yami no Ketsuzoku and the final Novel Ware title developed by System Sacom.
A young fashion designer uses her sixth sense to solve to the mystery of her former classmate's murder in the sixth entry in the Novel Ware series by System Sac...
The direct sequel to Soft de Hard na Monogatari and the fourth entry in System Sacom's Novel Ware series.
The second entry in System Sacom's Novel Ware franchise about the son of a video game company manager who has to do his father's job while he is hospitalized.
A sci-fi adventure game about the creation of a nuclear bomb shelter meant to save humanity from the inevitable nuclear war. The title was the first entry in Sy...
A doujin sound novel developed by Jitensha Sougyou.
A doujin sound novel written by Kazami Mikaze that was intially released for the Sharp X68000 computer.
A Japanese X68000/X68030 version of Othello, released by Happy Cassette in 1993.
The Can Can Bunny series' 32-bit debut, following a new goddess' matchmaking attempts.
The follow-up sequel to Can Can Bunny.
An adult dating sim about a fairy helping a man find love.
The second in T&E Soft's '90s golf simulation games for Japanese computers. It features an original course (Eight Lakes) and was one of the few to not be po...
A side-scrolling shooter combined with a role-playing game developed by Falcom for Japanese computers.
A time traveling murder mystery set in Chicago. Despite appearances, there is no connection to the classic film. The title, cover art and menu screen were cha...
Soko-ban for Sharp X68000
A compilation of the two "strip" installments of the arcade Super Real Mahjong games, with extra modes.
Namco music on the Sharp X-68000
Baseball game for Sharp X-68000
The sequel to Double Eagle
A golf game from Artdink.
Vagrant Fighter FX is a one-on-one fighting game for Sharp-X68000.
A comedic fighting game for Sharp X68000.
A Street Fighter parody for Sharp X6800
The first game based on Armored Trooper Votoms
The first entry in what is known in the West as the "Genghis Khan" series. It is named after a line in "The Secret History of the Mongols", the oldest surviving...
A visual novel for Sharp X68000 and PC-9801
Dojin Shooter originally released in 1995 for the Sharp X68000 and updated as a modern Windows port. Features symmetrically moving waves of enemies at 60 FPS an...
The first game in the Zan series.
An arcade game in which the player must take control of a bumper car, whose goal is to force enemies over the edge of the playfield by bumping up against them.
A sci-fi adventure game that is the fifth installment in System Sacom's Novel Ware franchise.
Aquales is a action game released for X68000
Etoile Princesse is an overhead shooter developed and published by Exact on March 26, 1993 for the X68000.
A side-scrolling mecha-themed action game.
A vertical-scrolling shoot 'em up for the Sharp X68000 and PC Engine. On the Sharp X68000, the game is known as Last Battalion.
Financial simulator for the X68000
Actually the third in Artdink's series of train and railroad simulators, A-Train saw multiple releases outside of Japan.
Two different forms of wrestling compiled together for the X68000
Compilation release of the two "Cresta" games, bundled together for the X68000
Blast TIE Fighters, scour the surface, and destroy the Death Star in this Japanese Star Wars game from MNM.
The first game in the Nobunaga's Ambition series. It was never released outside of Japan.
A dating sim developed by Elf about a young man trying to find love during his final year of high school.
This brawler was originally developed for the X68000 by Fill-in-Cafe.
A teaching simulation game developed by Headroom for a variety of Japanese computers and consoles.
A fantasy-themed vertically-scrolling shoot-'em-up game, released in arcades in 1993.
Throw bombs at pigs in this cross between hot potato and dodgeball.
A collection of mazes from the first two Sokoban games, with tweaks to the rules and gameplay style.
Compilation of two Dig Dug games
Compilation of two Mr. Do! games
A compilation of the first two Crazy Climber arcade games.
A top-down multidirectional shooter developed by Glodia for the Sharp X68000 computer.
Flappy 2 is the Sharp X68000-exclusive sequel to the multi-platform cube-pushing hit.
Paso Comic PuruPuru Paradise: Santa Claus Tokushuu is an erotic-themed entry starring a female Santa Claus
World Stadium is a version of Family Stadium for non-Nintendo platforms, appearing on the PC Engine and in arcades.
Experience a little anime nudity in this Japanese card battling game.
Knight Arms: The Hybrid Framer was part third-person rail shooter and part side-scrolling platformer, released by Arsys Software for the Sharp X68000 computer i...
A fan game made by E. Hashimoto for the Sharp X86000 CPU.
A puzzle game developed by Fill-In-Cafe for the Sharp X68000
An action game developed by Fill-In-Cafe for the Sharp X68000.
A Japanese-style erotic comedy adventure.
Fantasy ero RPG developed by Cocktail Soft. for the PC-88, PC-98 and X68000.
Exact's Geograph Seal, released for the Sharp X68000 computer in 1994, is a precursor to Jumping Flash! Rendered in 3D polygons, it was the earliest first-perso...
First game in The Queen of Duellist series.
The final game in the Queen of Duellist series.
A first-person shooter and cockpit-view space shoot-em-up developed by Namco, and released for the Arcade and Nintendo Famicom platforms in 1985.
Also known as "Death Brade", Mutant Fighter is a fantasy-themed fighting game with numerous monster races and high-octane wrestling attacks.
First Queen (PC, Super Famicom, etc) was a unique hybrid RTS/RPG/action game first released in 1988. It was one of the first games by Kure Software Koubou and h...
The sequel to the 1988 arcade version of the original Shanghai, featuring a new progression system where players attempt to clear six mahjong solitaire puzzles.
Rally Bike is a top down motorcycle racing game where the player attempts to reach the finish line before his competitors to qualify for the next.
An arcade shoot 'em up from Taito featuring a golden dragon with a multi-segmented body. Released for the Arcade, Sharp X68000, and SNES.
An adult RPG about a man named George who travels through six different worlds in order to find his fiancée, who was captured by mechanical beasts called "Ster...
A mahjong game released for the Super Famicom, Sharp X68000, 3DO, Turbo CD, PC-98, FM Towns and Windows.
Eroge RPG developed by D.O.
The sequel to JESUS, Enix's classic PC adventure game.
Lunatic Fantasy is an adventure game for the Sharp X6800 created by doujin group, Studio Light Cross.
Neural Gear is a rail shooter for the Sharp X68000 where you play as future soldier, Emi T. Fonon, in the years after World War IV.
Winning Post is the first title in a long running series of horse racing simulation games. It was developed by Koei and first released for the X68000 in Japan o...
The fourth of Success's arcade entries of the Shanghai series of mahjong solitaire games. Along with classic Shanghai, this game features three additional game ...
An adventure game starring the fictional Japanese private investigator Ryunosuke Todo.
Nostalgia 1907 is an adventure that takes place abroad the cruise ship "Nostalgia" where an unknown villain has detonated a bomb on the boat.