I'Max

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I'Max (アイマックス?) is a Japanese video game company.[1] The company developed and published relatively few games. Among them were Dual Orb II, Super Keirin, Ball Bullet Gun: Survival Game Simulation, and Dossun! Ganseki Battle, all for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. I'Max also published Innsmouth no Yakata for the Virtual Boy.

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  • "I'Max". IGN. Retrieved 2006-06-06.