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Konami's Open Gold Champ.
1994 No summary.
Konami Open Golf
1994 No summary.
Konami GT
1985 Racing
Pot of Gold
1982 An avoid-the-bad-guy-and-collect-stuff game.
Gold Medal
1984 No summary.
Gold Medalist
1988 No summary.
Konami 88
1988 No summary.
Konami Ping Pong
1985 No summary.
Super Break Open
1979 No summary.
Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
1992 Laserdisc game by American Laser Games
Open Ice 2-on-2 Challege
1995 NHL Jam. :)
Open Golf Championships
1994 No summary.
NFL Blitz 2000 Gold Edition
2000 Another in the NFLBlitz series.
Open Ice
1995 No summary.
Konami's Ping Pong
1985 No summary.
Karate Champ
1984 Head to Head Karate, gaming's first complex beat-em-up - beat your opponent senseless
Euro Football Champ
1990 No summary.
Football Champ
1990 No summary.
Heavy Weight Champ
1976 No summary.
Heavyweight Champ
1987 No summary.
Super Football Champ
1995 No summary.
Beat the Champ
1996 No summary.
Euro Champ 92
1992 No summary.
10 Pin Champ
1984 Shuffleboard bowling meets video.
Clay Champ
1979 Skeet shooting.
Ski Champ
1998 No summary.
Sky Champ
0 No summary.
Speed Champ - King of Quiz
1994 No summary.
Super Champ
1993 No summary.
Ten Pin Champ
0 No summary.
Step Champ
1999 No summary.
Karate Champ (1 Player)
1984 No summary.
Karate Champ (2 Players)
1984 No summary.
Dancing Stage featuring True Kiss Destination
1998 Another in the series of Dance Dance Revolution / Dancing Stage games. Game's song list is composed of songs by the J-POP band True Kiss Destination and Konami's in-house artists.
I'm Sorry
1985 This unusual game from Sega/Coreland features a Japanese plutocrat grabbing gold and returning it to his mansion.
Dancing Stage featuring Dreams Come True
1999 Another in the series of Dance Dance Revolution / Dancing Stage games. Game's song list is composed of songs by the J-POP band Dreams Come True and Konami's in-house artists.
Bounty Hunter
2002 Bounty Hunter is a game similar to Konami's Boxing Mania created by the Korean company, GCTech.
1982 You are a boy runnning around to collect gold without getting caught by the Leprechaun.
1983 Shoot arrows to pop wolves' balloons. Licensed from Konami by Stern for USA
Hyper Olympic in Nagano
1997 Konami's Olympic-themed followup to 1996's 'International Track and Field'
Fisherman's Bait: Marlin Challenge
2000 Big Game Fishing. Sequel to Konami's Fisherman's Bait - A Bass Challenge.
1983 Space - fly through the solar system shooting enemies. Made by Konami and Centuri.
Thrill Drive
2000 Konami driving game, includes simulated real highways from across the world
Sexy Parodius
1995 Konami's parody of the all too serious Gradius shooters.
End, The
1981 Konami, released by Leijac (JP) and Stern (NA). Take-off of Space Invaders
Rich Man
1979 Gee Bee clone. Konami, released by Leijac
Smash TV
1990 In the "distant" future of 1999, you are a contestant on the most violent game show of all – Smash TV. On this game show anything goes, as you attempt to collect prizes, cash, and keys by fighting off a host of enemies with your array of weapons. In some versions, if you collect enough keys, you are rewarded with a trip to the Pleasure Dome.
Racing Jam
2000 Linkable Konami driving game with 4 different courses.
Space King 2
1979 Space Invaders Part II clone. Konami, released by Leijac.
Space Ship
1978 Star Fire clone. Konami, released by Leijac.
Dance Dance Revolution A20
2019 Another in the series of Dance Dance Revolution / Dancing Stage games. Released in 2019 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the series
China Gate
1988 You (and optional teamate) choose 1 of 3 characters, battle many different enemies with different abilities, and beat various bosses. The goal is to retrieve a book which the enemies have stolen from your master (as you see in the attract screens).
Vs. Mania Challenge
1986 Sequel to MAT MANIA. Wrestling game where you could compete head-to-head against another person.
1981 Qix (pronounced "kicks") is a simple and elegant game in which you claim territory by drawing boxes to fill a rectangular space. You must avoid the Qix – sticklike objects that float and bounce through your space in unpredictable patterns. You can rack up more points for creating boxes more slowly, and besides the Qix, you must be careful of Sparx and Fuses which appear if your marker stops while you are drawing.

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