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Special Force Jackal
1986 No summary.
1984 2 Players in 2 Jeeps, collect hostages, shoot tanks.
Tokushu Butai Jackal
1986 No summary.
Special Force
0 No summary.
Special Force UAG
0 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.
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.
Hyper Sports Special Edition
1988 No summary.
Special Criminal Investigation
1990 No summary.
Special Dual
1979 No summary.
Special Dual Part II
1979 No summary.
SPY: Special Project Y
1989 No summary.
Fatal Fury special
1993 No summary.
Realbout Fatal Fury Special
1997 No summary.
Sonic Wings Special 2
1994 No summary.
Sonic Wings Special 3
1995 No summary.
Special Project Y (S.P.Y.)
0 No summary.
Batsugun SPECIAL
1993 No summary.
Idol Janshi Su-Chi-Pi Special
1994 No summary.
S.P.Y. - Special Project Y
1989 No summary.
Special Edition Trivia
0 No summary.
Special Dual 2
0 No summary.
1999 No summary.
Hyper Sports Special
1988 No summary.
Star Force
1985 Space - fly over floating cities
Maximum Force
1997 Target shooting for 1 or 2 players
Brute Force
1990 No summary.
Burning Force
1989 No summary.
Driving Force
1984 No summary.
Psychic Force
1995 No summary.
EDF: Earth Defense Force
1990 No summary.
Vs. Freedom Force
1988 No summary.
Galaxy Force
1988 No summary.
Galaxy Force II
1989 Space shooter consisting of a large, black chair that swivels and banks as you play.
Life Force
1986 No summary.
Mega Force
1985 Outer space shoot-em-up. Similar to 1942.
Task Force Harrier
1989 No summary.
Terra Force
1987 No summary.
Gun Force
1991 Side scrolling platform game like Metal Slug with lots of power ups.
Metamorphic Force
1993 Fighting game, similar to Golden Axe.
Racin' Force
1994 No summary.
Ray Force
1993 No summary.
Shadow Force
1993 No summary.
Strike Force
1991 No summary.
Tank Force
1991 No summary.
Thunder Force
0 No summary.
Thunder Force 2
0 No summary.
Turbo Force
1991 No summary.
Counter Force
1989 No summary.
Force 1
1982 No summary.
Guardian Force
1998 No summary.
Gun Force 2
1994 No summary.
Round Up 5 - Delta Force
1988 No summary.
Space Force
1981 No summary.
Thunder Force AC
1990 No summary.
Racing Force
1994 No summary.
Salamander (Life Force)
0 No summary.
Star Force version 2
1984 No summary.
Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Force
2001 3rd game in the series. Last arcade release, the series continues on the PlayStation
Psychic Force 2012
1998 No summary.
A. P. B.
1987 Overhead driving game. Catch criminals, force confessions, eat doughnuts, avoid demerits, meet quotas. (No, it's not a sim, even if it sounds that way.)
Championship Sprint
1986 race tiny cars around a course, special short-cuts appear here and there..
Karnov's Revenge (Fighters History Dynamite)
1994 horizontal shooter - pick up and use special tools - each level reveals a piece of a map
1995 2-D robot fighting game with highly maneuverable mecha and the usual special moves and combos.
Steel Gunner 2
1991 As part of of a male/female police force you must follow and destroy aliens to save the city.
Game Paradise
1995 Fun, whimsical shooter that contains some mesmerizing special effects and backgrounds.
War Gods
1996 3-D Fighting Game. Play as a wide variety of Gods and Deities with Special Powers and Moves.
1987 You play a ninja on a one man mission out to destroy a evil force and save kidnapped hostages.
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.
1984 Space - protect your planet - aka Atari Force Liberator
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
1990 A variation on the Othello boardgame. You control either the blue or red blobs (pieces). You can either jump over one space, or "multiply" to an adjacent space. Then, all blobs in adjacent spaces change to your color.
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.
Operation Wolf
1987 Pick off enemy soldiers while trying to rescue hostages. Seques are Operation Thunderbolt and Operation Wolf 3.
1984 Protect cowboys from outlaws, indians, and ghosts and capture the criminals featured in WANTED posters before each level.
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.
Rolling Crash
1979 Drive a car around a maze and eat the dots. Avoid crashing with the other car.
Moon Base
1979 Drive a car around a maze and eat the dots. Avoid crashing with the other car.
1981 Space - protect humanoids from aliens. Even more hyper-active sequel to Defender.
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.
Hard Drivin'
1991 First driving game with force feedback.
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.

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