List of Enix games

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This is a list of videogames published by the Japanese video game company Enix. On April 1, 2003, Enix merged with Square to form Square Enix; for a list of videogames after the merger, please see List of Square Enix games.

Console videogames[edit]

Nintendo Entertainment System (since 1983)[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Dragon Warrior May 27, 1986 Chunsoft Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior II January 26, 1987 Chunsoft Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior III February 10, 1988 Chunsoft Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior IV February 11, 1990 Chunsoft Yes Yes
Just Breed December 15, 1992 Random House Yes
Door Door July 18, 1985 Chunsoft Yes
Portopia Renzoku Satsujin Jiken November 29, 1985 Chunsoft Yes

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (since 1990)[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
ActRaiser [1] December 16, 1990 Quintet Yes Yes Yes
ActRaiser 2 [1] October 29, 1993 Quintet Yes Yes Yes
Soul Blazer [1] January 31, 1992 Quintet Yes Yes Yes
Illusion of Gaia [1] November 27, 1993 Quintet Yes Yes Yes
E.V.O.: Search for Eden December 21, 1992 Almanic [2] Yes Yes
The 7th Saga April 23, 1993 Produce [3] Yes Yes
Paladin's Quest (North American version) October 1993 Copya System [4] Yes Yes
Brain Lord January 29, 1994 Produce [3] Yes Yes
Robotrek [1] July 8, 1994 Quintet, Ancient Yes Yes
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (North American version) 1995 Quest [5] Yes Yes
Terranigma [1] October 20, 1995 Quintet Yes Yes [6]
Dark Half May 31, 1996 WestOne Bit Entertainment Yes
Dragon Warrior I & II December 18, 1993 Chunsoft Yes
Dragon Quest III: And Into the Legend… December 6, 1996 Heartbeat Yes
Dragon Quest V: Tenkū no Hanayome September 27, 1992 Chunsoft Yes
Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi December 9, 1995 Heartbeat Yes
Itadaki Street 2 February 26, 1994 Tomcat System Yes
Joushou Mahjong Tenpai September 29, 1995 Yes
Jyutei Senki August 27, 1993 TamTam Yes
Lennus 2 1996 July 26 Copya Systems Yes
Mahoujin GuruGuru April 21, 1995 Yes
Mahoujin GuruGuru 2 April 12, 1996 Yes
Mystic Ark July 14, 1995 Produce Yes
Nankoku Shōnen Papuwa-kun March 25, 1994 Yes
Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes March 17, 1995 J-Force Yes
Star Ocean July 19, 1996 tri-Ace [7] Yes
Violinist of Hameln September 29, 1995 Daft Yes
Wonder Project J: Kikai no Shōnen Pīno December 9, 1994 Almanic [8] Yes
King Arthur & the Knights of Justice [9] July 1995 Manley & Associates Yes

Sega Saturn (since 1994)[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Nanatsu Kaze no Shima Monogatari November 27, 1997 Givro Yes
Nin Pen Man Maru December 18, 1997 Yes
Riven (Japanese version) April 9, 1998 Cyan[10] Yes
Nihondaihyō Chiimu no Kantoku ni Narou! June 25, 1998 Yes

PlayStation (since 1994)[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Bust a Groove January 29, 1998 Metro Graphics[11] Yes Yes[12] Yes[13]
Star Ocean: The Second Story July 30, 1998 tri-Ace[7] Yes Yes Yes[14]
Tomb Raider III (Japanese version) March 4, 1999 Yes Yes Yes
Bust a Groove 2 April 15, 1999 Metro Graphics[11] Yes Yes
Torneko: The Last Hope September 15, 1999 Chunsoft[15] Yes Yes
Valkyrie Profile December 22, 1999 tri-Ace[7] Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior VII August 26, 2000 Heartbeat, Artepiazza Yes Yes
Astronōka August 27, 1998 MuuMuu, System Sacom Yes
Itadaki Street: Gorgeous King September 23, 1998 Yes
Great Hits October 29, 1998 Yes
Eurasia Express Satsujin Jiken November 26, 1998 System Sacom Yes
Googootrops January 28, 1999 Produce Yes
Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijou March 18, 1999 Produce Yes
Segare Ijiri June 3, 1999 Yes
Pop'n Tanks! July 29, 1999 Yes
Rakugaki Showtime July 29, 1999 Treasure[16] Yes
Planet Laika October 21, 1999 Quintet, Zeque Yes
Kaikan Phrase: Datenshi Kourin February 24, 2000 Produce Yes
Utautau: Seirei Songs February 24, 2000 Yes
Ten Made Jack: Odorokimamenoki Dai Tou Bou!! March 23, 2000 Yes
Omiai Commando: Bakappuru Nitsukkomiwo March 30, 2000 Yes
Suzuki Bakuhatsu July 6, 2000 SOL Yes
Blade Arts: Tasogare no Miyako R'lyeh September 28, 2000 Ea Yes
Riven (Japanese version) December 23, 1997 Cyan[10] Yes
Eggs of Steel (Japanese version) July 30, 1998 Rhythm and Hues Studios Yes

Nintendo 64 (since 1996)[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Mischief Makers[17] June 26, 1997 Treasure Yes Yes[18] Yes[18]
Wonder Project J2: Koruro no Mori no Josette November 22, 1996 Givro[8] Yes

PlayStation 2 (since 2000)[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Star Ocean: Till the End of Time February 27, 2003 tri-Ace[7] Yes Yes Yes
Grandia Xtreme January 31, 2002 Game Arts[19] Yes Yes
Robot Alchemic Drive November 4, 2002 Sandlot[20] Yes Yes
Ø Story April 27, 2000 General Entertainment Yes
Dance Summit 2001: Bust A Move November 2, 2000 Metro Graphics Yes
Ore ga Kantoku Da! Gekitou Pennant Race November 22, 2000 NPB Yes
Super Galdelic Hour March 29, 2001 Exrays Yes
Endonesia May 31, 2001 Vanpool Yes
The Fear July 26, 2001 tri-Crescendo Yes
Grandia II (PlayStation 2 Japanese version)[19] February 21, 2002 Game Arts, Rocket Studio Yes
Orega Kantoku Da! Volume 2 March 7, 2002 Yes
Dramatic Soccer Game: Nippon Daihyou Senshu Ninarou! May 23, 2002 Yes
Zoku Segare Ijiri June 27, 2002 Yes
Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3 October 31, 2002 Chunsoft,[15] Matrix Software Yes
Itadaki Street 3 December 22, 2002 TOSE Yes

Handheld Console videogames[edit]

Game Boy[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Dungeon Land December 15, 1992 Yes
Nankoku Shōnen Papuwa-kun March 25, 1994 Daft Yes

Game Boy Color[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Dragon Warrior I & II September 23, 1999 TOSE Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior Monsters September 25, 1998 TOSE[21] Yes Yes Yes
Dragon Quest III: And Into the Legend… December 8, 2000 TOSE Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Cobi's Journey March 15, 2001 TOSE[21] Yes Yes
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Tara's Adventure April 12, 2001 TOSE[21] Yes Yes
Doki Doki Densetsu: Mahoujin Guruguru November 17, 2000 Yes
Command Master November 22, 2000 Yes
Star Ocean: Blue Sphere June 28, 2001 tri-Ace[7] Yes

Game Boy Advance[edit]

Title First release Developer(s) JP NA EU
Torneko: The Last Hope Yes
Snap Kids January 17, 2002 GameKids Yes
Samurai Evolution: Oukoku Geist September 20, 2002 TeaSet Yes
Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3 October 31, 2002 Chunsoft[15] Yes
Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart March 29, 2003 TOSE[21] Yes

Home computer videogames[edit]

Before focusing on the console segment, Enix published videogames for Japanese home computers. The early videogames were created by hobbyists for several programming contests held by Enix while the others were outsourced by Enix to developer studios. A few of the videogames were later ported to consoles.

Online videogames[edit]

These were available in Japan and Asia only.

Title Platform(s) First release
(and current status)
Developer(s)
Minna de Quest: Nijiiro no Yoru[note a][note b] E-mail July 23, 2001
(active)
Lindwurm[22]
Cross Gate[note a] Microsoft Windows July 23, 2001
(ended September 30, 2007)
Dwango, Zener Works, ponsbic
Depth Fantasia[note a] Microsoft Windows December 6, 2001 (ended November 13, 2005) Headlock
Chase Chase[note a] Microsoft Windows February 28, 2002 (ended May 30, 2003) Hi Corporation, Org Corporation

Other videogames[edit]

Enix also produced a few arcade and mobile phone videogames, such as Dragon Quest Monsters i.[23]

References[edit]

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