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  1. Maō Renjishi is a fighting game for the Mega Drive developed by Kid Corps. and published in Japan by Taito. It was released on the Genesis in the US as Mystical Fighter. Released: (JP) October 25, 1991 Runark is a beat-em-up platform game for the Mega Drive developed and published in Japan by Taito. It was released on the Genesis in the US as Growl. Released: (JP) November 5, 1991
  2. Hat Trick Hero is a soccer/football game for the Super Famicom developed and published by Taito. It was released in the US as Super Soccer Champ and in Europe as Euro Football Champ Released: (JP) March 27,1992 (NA) June 1992 (EU) 1992 Kyuukyoku Harikiri Koushien is a baseball game for the Famicom, developed and published by Taito exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 19, 1992
  3. Kyuukyoku Harikiri Koushien is a baseball game for the Famicom, developed and published by Taito exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 19, 1992 Hat Trick Hero is a soccer/football game for the Super Famicom developed and published by Taito. It was released in the US as Super Soccer Champ and in Europe as Euro Football Champ Released: (JP) March 27,1992 (NA) June 1992 (EU) 1992
  4. kitsunebi

    Don Doko Don 2 (Japan)

    Don Doko Don 2 is a platform game developed and published by Taito for the Famicom. It was not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) January 31, 1992
  5. kitsunebi

    Sagaia (Japan)

    Sagaia is a side-scrolling shooter released by Taito for the Game Boy. It is a port of the arcade title Darius. Not released outside of Japan. Released: (JP) December 13, 1991
  6. kitsunebi

    Heavy Unit (Japan)

    Side-scrolling shooter not released outside of Japan Released: December 26, 1990
  7. kitsunebi

    Palamedes (Japan)

    Puzzle game, the Game Boy version of which was not released outside of Japan Released: October 12, 1990
  8. kitsunebi

    Insector X (Japan)

    side-scrolling shooter, not released outside of Japan (although it was released in the US in arcades and on the Genesis) Released: September 21, 1990
  9. Baseball game from Taito, not released outside of Japan Released: March 1, 1991
  10. kitsunebi

    Legend of Kage, The (Japan)

    Action game from Taito Released: JP: April 18, 1986 NA: August 1987
  11. kitsunebi

    Operation Wolf

    arcade rail-shooter Released: JP: March 31, 1989 NA: May 1989
  12. kitsunebi

    Bubble Bobble

    arcade action platformer Released: JP: October 30, 1987 NA: November 1988
  13. Train simulation from Taito (not released outside of Japan) Released: December 18,1997 Also featured: Side by Side Special - a racing game (not released outside of Japan) - released: December 4, 1997 Magical Date - Doki Doki Kokuhaku Daisakusen - dating/minigames (not released outside of Japan) - released: November 20, 1997 Puzzle Bobble 3 DX - puzzle game released in North America as Bust-a-Move '99 - released: JP: November 6,1997 NA: February 28,1999
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