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Quiz Capcom World 2 (Japan only)
1992 No summary.
Quiz Capcom World 2 (Japan onl
1992 No summary.
Quiz Game (Japan Only)
0 No summary.
Quiz Ghost Hunters (Japan Only)
0 No summary.
Tonosama 2 (Japan Only)
0 No summary.
Adventure Quiz: Capcom World
アドベンチャークイズ カプコンワールド
1989 Quiz game
Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2
アドベンチャークイズ カプコンワールド2
1992 Quiz game, sequel to Adventure Quiz: Capcom World.
Kuhga - Operation Code Vapor Trail
空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail
1989 In 1999, a terrorist organization known only as DAGGER has occupied the city of New York where they have hacked into military defenses world-wide, established their own military command and gained access to nuclear missile silos. They hold the world hostage in this position and promise to cancel their threats of destroying the Earth only until the world's governments relinquish their power to DAGGER.
Capcom Golf (Japan)
1991 No summary.
Whoopee (Japan) / Pipi & Bibis (World)
1991 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: World Warriors (Japan)
1992 No summary.
Lost World (Japan)
1988 No summary.
Kuuga – Operation Code Vapor Trail
空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail
1989 Vapor Trail: Hyper Offense Formation, known in Japan as Kuuga – Operation Code Vapor Trail (空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail) and usually simply referred to as Vapor Trail, is a 1989 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Data East. Vapor Trail was followed by Rohga: Armor Force and Skull Fang.
Vapor Trail
1989 Vapor Trail: Hyper Offense Formation, known in Japan as Kuuga – Operation Code Vapor Trail (空牙 – Operation Code Vapor Trail) and usually simply referred to as Vapor Trail, is a 1989 shoot 'em up arcade game developed and published by Data East. Vapor Trail was followed by Rohga: Armor Force and Skull Fang.
Capcom Bowling
1989 bowling.
Capcom Baseball
1989 No summary.
Capcom Question
1990 No summary.
Marvel Vs. Capcom
1997 The 5th game by Capcom to utilize their insanely popular Xmen fighting game engine. Players select 2 characters out of a possible 15 (plus 5 hidden) and battle it out.
SNK vs Capcom
1999 No summary.
Capcom Bowl
1989 No summary.
Chinese Hero
1984 Chinese Hero (チャイニーズヒーロー, Chainīzu Hīrō), also known in Japan as Super Chinese (スーパーチャイニーズ, Sūpā Chainīzu), is an arcade action game developed by Nihon Game (now Culture Brain) and published by Taiyo System in October 1984.
All Japan Prowrestl
1997 No summary.
Rockman - the Power Battle (Japan)
1995 No summary.
Sangoku (Japan)
1991 No summary.
Landing High Japan
1999 No summary.
All Japan Prowrestling
全日本プロレス featuring Virtua
1997 No summary.
Vampire Hunter (Japan - Dark Stalkers)
1995 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Championship Edition (Japan)
1992 No summary.
Varth: Operation Thunderstorm (Japan)
1992 No summary.
Dokaben 2 (Japan)
1989 No summary.
Ikari Warriors (Japan)
0 No summary.
Dogou Souken (Victory Road - Japan)
0 No summary.
Sky Shark
1982 Vertical shoot 'em up. Original Hi Sho Zame in Japan, licensed to Electrocoin in Europe under the name Flying Shark, and Romstar in North America under the name Sky Shark.
Wonder Boy
1986 Guide Wonder Boy through cartoon world - Cutsey platform game, save yer girlfriend - Also called Wonder Boy Deluxe (ワンダーボーイデラックス)
Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha
1996 This is a Japanese only release after Street Fighter Alpha 2 to please the Japanese pundits with the addition of Evil Ryu and other new modes of play.
GP World
1984 F1 racing
World Cup '90
1989 Football. (Soccer - for people on the other side of the pond).
Cruis'n World
1996 No summary.
Rampage World Tour
1997 No summary.
Tehkan World Cup
1985 No summary.
Pomping World
1989 (Buster Bros.)
Lost World
1988 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: World Warrior
1991 No summary.
World Court
1988 No summary.
World Series: The Season
1985 No summary.
World Soccer Finals
1990 No summary.
World Stadium '89
1989 No summary.
World Stadium '90
1990 No summary.
World Wars
1987 vertically scrolling shoot em up
ADK World
1995 No summary.
Pocket Racer '96: Super World
1996 No summary.
Super World Stadium
1991 No summary.
Super World Stadium '92
1992 No summary.
Super World Stadium '93
1993 No summary.
Super World Stadium '95
1995 No summary.
Tecmo World Soccer '96
1996 No summary.
Lost World, The
1997 Based on the film "The Lost World" with high detailed dinosaurs.
World Class Bowling
1997 Video Bowling
World Cup '94
1994 No summary.
World Cup VolleyBall
1995 Classic Volleyball action for the NeoGeo.
World Heroes
1992 No summary.
World Heroes 2
1993 No summary.
World Heroes 2 Jet
1994 No summary.
World Heroes Perfect
1995 No summary.
World PK Soccer V2
1997 No summary.
World Rally
1993 Top-down rally race
World Soccer '96
1996 No summary.
Bomber Man World
1992 No summary.
Demon's World / Horror Story
1989 No summary.
Dragon World 2
1997 No summary.
F-1 World Racing
1993 No summary.
Super World Court
1993 No summary.
Super World Stadium '96
1997 No summary.
Super World Stadium '97
1997 No summary.
World PK Soccer
1994 No summary.
World Rally 2
1995 No summary.
World Stadium
1988 No summary.
World Tennis
1982 No summary.
World Cup
1974 No summary.
World Cup
1977 No summary.
World HeadOn
0 No summary.
The Lost World
1997 No summary.
1998 No summary.
World Cup Volleyball '95
1995 No summary.
Super World Court;93 Great Sluggers
1993 No summary.
Demon's World
1987 No summary.
World Soccer Winning Eleven 2006 Arcade Championship
2006 No summary.
World Soccer Winning Eleven 2014 Arcade Championship
2014 No summary.
World Soccer Winning Eleven Arcade Game Style 2003
2003 No summary.
Street Fighter 2: Rainbow Edition
1991 A bootleg modified (read: not originally from Capcom) version of SFII:CE. Many new (and most "cheap"!) features.
Quiz Show
1976 No summary.
Tic Tac Quiz
1977 No summary.
Triv Quiz
1982 No summary.
Triv Quiz II
0 No summary.
Trivia Quiz
0 No summary.
Whiz Quiz
1986 No summary.
Wizz Quiz
1985 A trivia game. Each question has 3 choices.
Gal's Panic 2 Quiz Version
1996 No summary.
Quiz and Dragons
1992 A Capcom Quiz/Trivia game based on the atmosphere of their "King of Dragons" and "Dungeons and Dragons" games.
Quiz Back to School
1993 No summary.
Quiz Daisousa Sen
1991 No summary.
Quiz HQ
0 No summary.
Quiz Island
1993 No summary.
Quiz King of Fighters
1995 No summary.
Quiz Ma-Q Daiboken
1991 No summary.
Quiz Magical Brain
1996 No summary.
Quiz Meitantei
0 No summary.
Quiz My Angel
子育てクイズ マイエンジェル
1996 No summary.
Quiz My Angel 2
子育てクイズ マイエンジェル2
1997 No summary.
Quiz Rouka ni Tatte
1991 No summary.
Quiz Shukudai wo Wa
1991 No summary.
Yuyu no Quiz de Go!Go!
1990 No summary.
Dramatic Adventure Quiz Keith & Lucy
1993 No summary.
Hiroko Moriguchi's Quiz Woo! Hoo!
1995 No summary.
Kosodate Quiz My Angel
1996 No summary.
Kosodate Quiz My Angel 2
1997 No summary.
Moriguchi Hiroko no Quiz de Hyuuhyuu
1997 No summary.
Netto Gekito Quiz-to
1993 No summary.
Quiz Channel Question
1993 No summary.
Quiz Chikyu Bouei Gun
1991 No summary.
Quiz Daisousa Sen - The Last Count Down
1991 No summary.
Quiz de Hu-Hu
0 No summary.
Quiz Do Re Mi Fa Grand Prix 2
1995 No summary.
Quiz F-1 Race
1992 No summary.
Quiz Famous Detectives Neo & Geo
0 No summary.
Quiz Gakuen Paradise
0 No summary.
Quiz Gakumon No Susume
1993 No summary.
Quiz Hell Squadron
1992 No summary.
Quiz Hyhoo
1987 No summary.
Quiz Jinsei Gekijoh
1992 No summary.
Quiz Kokorogy
1993 No summary.
Quiz Life Theater
1993 No summary.
Quiz Mayku's Adventure
1992 No summary.
Quiz My Homework
1991 No summary.
Quiz My Yuyu
1991 No summary.
Quiz Naneiro Dreams
1996 No summary.
Quiz Panicuru Fantasy
0 No summary.
Quiz Quest
1991 No summary.
Quiz Race Kokorogy
1993 No summary.
Quiz Sangokushi
1991 No summary.
Quiz School Paradise II
1993 No summary.
Quiz Sekai Wa Show By
1993 No summary.
Quiz Theater:3 Stories
1995 No summary.
Quiz Theather of Live
1993 No summary.
Quiz Tonosama no Yabou
1991 No summary.
Quiz Tonosama no Yabou 2 Zenkoku-ban
1995 No summary.
Quiz Torimonochou
1990 No summary.
Quiz TV Variety Show
1992 No summary.
Quiz-Mahjong Hayaku Yatteyo!
1991 No summary.
Speed Champ - King of Quiz
1994 No summary.
Speed King - King of Quiz
1993 No summary.
Super Triv Quiz
1986 No summary.
Taisen Quiz HYHOO
1987 No summary.
Taisen Quiz HYHOO 2
1987 No summary.
Ultra Quiz
1987 No summary.
Quiz DoReMiFa GrandPrix2
1995 No summary.
Quiz Shukudai wo Wasuremasita
1991 No summary.
Quiz Rouka ni Tattenasai
1991 No summary.
Gourmet Battle Quiz Ryohrioh CooKing
1998 No summary.
Maruko Deluxe Quiz
チビ マルコチャン
1995 "Chibi Marukochan"
Samurai Showdown
1993 The first in a popular line of fighters in which the combatants wield various weapons. Known as "Samurai Spirits" in Japan.
Snow Bros. 2: With New Elves
1994 Same as Snow Bros. but with 3 added characters. Known in Japan as Otenki Paradise: Snow Bros. 2
Future Spy
1984 Flying - destroy planes, helicopters, ships etc. Rare - this game existed only as a conversion from Zaxxon.
Freedom Fighter
1986 Help free the world from robot tyrany! Grab your laser and shoot anything mechanical.
Ninja Taro
1992 As a ninja in ancient Japan, you are on a mission to find out if rumors are true about an evil emperor.
Ring King
1985 King of Boxer is called Ring King outside of Japan and PAL regions.
King of Boxer
1985 King of Boxer is called Ring King outside of Japan and PAL regions.
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.
1975 Two player game mode only. Game play simular to Atari Tank. Timed game.
1996 Known as Oshidashi Zentrix in Japan. A game like Puyo Puyo
Thrill Drive
2000 Konami driving game, includes simulated real highways from across the world
Samurai Showdown 2
1994 One or two player fighting game with various weapons. Series known as "Samurai Spirits" in Japan.
Samurai Showdown 3: Blades of Blood
1995 One or two player fighting game with various weapons. Series known as "Samurai Spirits" in Japan.
Samurai Showdown 4: Amakusa's Revenge
1996 One or two player fighting game with various weapons. Series known as "Samurai Spirits" in Japan.
New Dyna Blaster: Global Quest
1992 Follow-up to Irem's 1991 game Dynablaster (known as bomberman in Japan).
Zunzunkyou No Yabou
1994 Japan only, "Zunzunkyou's Ambition" or Ambitious of ZunZun
Pit Fighter
1990 First (maybe only) entirely digitized fighter game, for up to 3 players.
Gradius II: Vulcan Venture
1988 Called Gradius II in Japan, Vulcan Venture in the West.
1987 You play a ninja on a one man mission out to destroy a evil force and save kidnapped hostages.
Kingdom Grand Prix
1994 Kingdom Grand Prix is a scrolling shooter/racing hybrid arcade game developed by Raizing and published by Eighting. It was later ported to the Sega Saturn. It is the second entry in the Mahou Daisakusen series, but the first to be a shooter/racing hybrid.
King of Fighters '95
1995 Sequel to The King of Fighters 94. This game once again uses characters from SNK's other fighters but this time you can edit you teams to your liking.
Ikari Warriors
1986 Jungle combat with guns and grenades against an army of evildoers. Lots of powerups and an eight-direction turning joystick/knob to control you fighter. Plus you get to jump into tanks! A classic two player reminiscent of Front Line.
Tattoo Assassins
1994 There are believed to be only four of this machine in existence.
Elevator Action
1984 Your mission as Secret Agent 17(code name "Otto") is to find the secret documents behind red doors and then escape in your getaway car. As you travel by elevator and stairs, avoid enemies or immobilize them by force if necessary.
Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting
1992 Choose from the original eight characters plus new boss characters in a speed-up version of Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition.
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.
1986 It's 2am. You're in the subway. The wrong place to be unless you're looking for trouble. They've got sticks, chains and your girlfriend. It's up to you to fight your way through the thug infested city to save her.
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).
Legend of Kage, The
1985 Action/Adventure game set in ancient feudal Japan.
Mad Gear
1989 By Capcom, kinda like Bump-n-Jump on steroids.
Outfoxies, The
1995 A one or two player game in which you choose from a wide variety of characters and battle to the death with your opponent.
Galaga Plus
1984 Distributed game name: GAPLUS OR GALAGA 3... A sequel released by NAMCO of the original Galaga under two different names both released in 1984.
1992 A run through the city and beat up all the bad giys game in the same vein as games like Final Fight. Judy has been kidnapped by the crime syndicate and Frank, Chris, and Alfred must save her.
Balance Try
1998 Japan only, balance on a white board
WWF Wrestlefest
1991 Wrestling, not that it's a sport really, just acting. WWF WrestleFest is a wrestling game that is a follow-up to WWF Superstars. One to four players can play in a Tag Team Challenge or the Battle Royal.
Zero Target
1985 World version of Gekitsui Oh. Data East.
Libble Rabble
1983 An obscure Namco release, Libble Rabble was designed by Toru Iwatani after his huge success with Pac-Man. Although it was not particularly popular, Iwatani claimed that it was his own personal favorite of the games he designed.
Bucky O'Hare
1992 Bucky's mission is to destroy each planet boss and rescue his crews and infiltrate into the Toad's spaceship and stop their ambition of universe domination.
1986 Multiple-monitor game. Scrolls from Left to Right for most of the game, except when choosing the next level to go to, which scrolls Up and Down. Can gain power-ups along the way for stronger Bombs and (laser?) Shots..
Black Widow
1981 Rare Taito game. Not to be confused with Atari's Black Widow, which came out in 1982.
Neo Bomber Man
1997 The arcade released Neo*Geo version of Bomberman. Similiar to the other versions. Also released for the Neo*Geo home cart system.
1989 Third person (behind player). Use a trackball to control a soldier and his aiming crosshair, and conduct attacks on various enemies. This game has quite a few "pseudo-hidden" power-ups and suprises.
1981 The same play style as Phoenix. Move your ship left and right, and destroy the enemy characters. Several different waves, with the major difference from Phoenix being a wave where you have to land the ship.
Steel Gunner 2
1991 As part of of a male/female police force you must follow and destroy aliens to save the city.
Violence Fight
1990 Primitive two player fighting game. Two players can duke it out in this 2d fighter similar to Pit Fighter.
Super Tag Battle
1996 Also known as: Kizuna Encounter: Super Tag Battle, Fu'un Super Tag Battle (JPN)
Atari Football
1978 Black-and-white head-to-head football for two or four players. First arcade game to use a trackball as the controller.
Psycho - Nics Oscar
1987 Control a yellow robot named Oscar, collect shield and weapon power-ups, shoot bad guys until you get to a massive boss-monster at the end.
New Zealand Story, The
1990 Basic horizontal platform game - help a little kiwi save his friends from an evil walrus who intends to have them for dinner.
NBA Hangtime
1996 Four-player action basketball with real NBA players (or at least their faces).
1990 Trog is a 1 to 4 player Pacman style game. Each player controls a dinosaur who must move around the island collecting their colored eggs and then making it back home first. There are 51 different levels.
Moon Alien-Part 2
1980 This game is very similar to Galaxian, except that there is now an energy meter at the bottom that decrements with time. If you do not destroy all the aliens before this meter empties, your ship is destroyed.
King of Fighters '94
1994 The first in a series of fighting games using a mixture of characters from SNK's other 2 series Fatal Fury and The Art of Fighting.
Speed Rumbler
1986 Save your family from terrorists by running and shooting, or driving and shooting. Earn bonus as you save each person. Somewhat graphic.
Chain Reaction
1985 Known as Magical Drop outside of North America.
Crazy Climber
1980 In one of Nichibutsu's most popular arcade games, you must climb up 4 very tall buildings while avoiding obstacles and pitfalls.
1982 Who would have thought a game with knights fighting on ostriches and storks could become such a classic? Many people attribute the enormous success of Joust to the fact that it could be played either competitively or collaboratively, making it almost two games in one.
Dyna Blaster
1991 Dyna Blaster was Hudsonsoft's Bomberman under a new name.
1987 Scrolling platform adventure, similar to Wonder Boy.
1991 Guide Spider-Man, Black-Cat, Hawkeye and/or Sub-Mariner as they punch and kick their way through four chapters worth of Dr. Doom's villains.
1989 Taito World Grand Prix
1990 Taito World Grand Prix 2
Alien Syndrome
1987 Third-person shooter where you get to blast all kinds of aliens and rescue people. You can also find power-ups for better blasting power!
1983 Space - fly through the solar system shooting enemies. Made by Konami and Centuri.
Chase H.Q. 2
1990 police chasing baddies and running them off the road. Just like C-HQ1 except you had a man jump out of the sun roof and fired a machine gun when you pressed a button.
1989 Power Strike (bowling), Pool shark (billiards), and Mini-golf Deluxe all in one cabinet
Snow Bros.
1990 Also called Snow Bros. Nick & Tom

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