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The word Square, with the A as a red triangle with a black outline.
Square's logo at the time of its merger with Enix

Square was a Japanese video game development and publishing company founded in September 1986 by Masashi Miyamoto. It began as a computer game software division of Den-Yu-Sha, a power line construction company owned by Miyamoto's father. Square's first titles were The Death Trap and its sequel Will: The Death Trap II; they sold over 100,000 copies, a major success for the time.[1] In September 1986, Square spun off from Den-Yu-Sha and became an independent company officially named Square Co., Ltd.[2] While its next few games sold poorly, 1987's Final Fantasy sold over 500,000 copies, sparking the company's flagship series.[1]

Square was best known for its role-playing video game franchises, which include the Final Fantasy series. Of its properties, this franchise is the best-selling, with total worldwide sales of over 100 million units.[3] During its existence, the company developed or published dozens of titles in various video game franchises on numerous gaming systems. On April 1, 2003, Square merged with video game publisher Enix to form Square Enix.[4] This list includes retail games developed or published by Square during its existence.

Games[edit]

For a list of video games after the merger with Enix, see List of Square Enix video games.
Title System Release date Developer(s) JP NA EU AUS Ref(s)
The Death Trap PC-8801 October 31, 1984 Square Yes [5]
Will: The Death Trap II PC-8801 April 30, 1985 Square Yes [6]
Thexder Nintendo Entertainment System December 19, 1985 Game Arts Yes [7][8]
Cruise Chaser Blassty PC-8801 April 30, 1986 Square Yes [9]
Alpha PC-8801 July 4, 1986 Square Yes [10]
King's Knight Nintendo Entertainment System September 18, 1986 Workss Yes Yes [11]
King's Knight Special PC-8801 October 30, 1986 Workss Yes [12]
Suishō no Dragon Family Computer Disk System December 15, 1986 Square Yes [13]
Deep Dungeon: Madō Senki Family Computer Disk System December 19, 1986 HummingBirdSoft Yes [14]
Dragon Slayer PC-8801 December 31, 1986 Nihon Falcom Yes [15]
The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner Nintendo Entertainment System March 12, 1987 Square Yes [16]
Apple Town Story Family Computer Disk System April 3, 1987 Square Yes [17]
The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner Family Computer Disk System April 20, 1987 Square Yes [18]
Mystery Quest Family Computer Disk System May 11, 1987 Carry Lab Yes [19]
Yūshi no Monshō: Deep Dungeon Family Computer Disk System May 30, 1987 HummingBirdSoft Yes [20]
Genesis PC-8801 June 6, 1987 Square Yes [21]
Aliens MSX June 10, 1987 Square Yes [22]
Jikai Shounen Met Mag Family Computer Disk System July 3, 1987 Thinking Rabbit Yes [23]
Cleopatra no Mahō Family Computer Disk System July 24, 1987 Square Yes [24]
Rad Racer Nintendo Entertainment System August 7, 1987 Square Yes Yes Yes [25]
Kalin no Tsurugi Family Computer Disk System October 2, 1987 Xtalsoft Yes [26][27]
Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School Family Computer Disk System December 1, 1987 Nintendo, Square Yes [28][29]
JJ: Tobidase Daisakusen Part II Nintendo Entertainment System December 7, 1987 Square Yes [30]
Final Fantasy Nintendo Entertainment System December 18, 1987 Square Yes Yes [31]
Deep Dungeon III: Yūshi heno Tabi Nintendo Entertainment System May 13, 1988 HummingBirdSoft Yes [32]
Akuusenki Raijin Family Computer Disk System July 12, 1988 Micro Cabin Yes [33]
Moon Ball Magic Family Computer Disk System July 12, 1988 System Sacom Yes [34]
Hanjuku Hero Nintendo Entertainment System December 2, 1988 Square Yes [35]
Final Fantasy II Nintendo Entertainment System December 17, 1988 Square Yes [36]
Final Fantasy Home computer June 1, 1989 Micro Cabin Yes [37]
Square's Tom Sawyer Nintendo Entertainment System November 30, 1989 Square Yes [38]
The Final Fantasy Legend Game Boy December 15, 1989 Square Yes Yes [39]
Final Fantasy III Nintendo Entertainment System April 27, 1990 Square Yes [40]
Rad Racer II Nintendo Entertainment System June 1990 Square Yes [41]
Final Fantasy Legend II Game Boy December 14, 1990 Square Yes Yes [42]
Game Boy June 28, 1991 Square Yes Yes Yes [43]
Final Fantasy IV Super Nintendo Entertainment System July 19, 1991 Square Yes Yes [44]
Final Fantasy Legend III Game Boy November 13, 1991 Square Yes Yes [45]
Final Fantasy IV Easytype Super Nintendo Entertainment System November 29, 1991 Square Yes [46]
Romancing SaGa Super Nintendo Entertainment System January 28, 1992 Square Yes [47]
Super Nintendo Entertainment System October 5, 1992 Square Yes Yes Yes [48]
Final Fantasy V Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 6, 1992 Square Yes [49]
Hanjuku Hero: Aa, Sekaiyo Hanjukunare...! Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 19, 1992 Square Yes [50]
Secret of Mana Super Nintendo Entertainment System August 6, 1993 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [51]
Romancing SaGa 2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 10, 1993 Square Yes [52]
Alcahest Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 17, 1993 HAL Laboratory Yes [53]
Breath of Fire[a] Super Nintendo Entertainment System February 24, 1994 Capcom Yes Yes [54]
Final Fantasy I•II Nintendo Entertainment System February 27, 1994 Square Yes [55]
Final Fantasy VI Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 2, 1994 Square Yes Yes [56]
Live A Live Super Nintendo Entertainment System September 2, 1994 Square Yes [57]
Front Mission Super Nintendo Entertainment System February 24, 1995 G-Craft Yes [58]
Chrono Trigger Super Nintendo Entertainment System March 11, 1995 Square Yes Yes [59]
Seiken Densetsu 3 Super Nintendo Entertainment System September 30, 1995 Square Yes [60]
Secret of Evermore Super Nintendo Entertainment System October 1995 Square Yes Yes Yes [61]
Romancing SaGa 3 Super Nintendo Entertainment System November 11, 1995 Square Yes [62]
DynamiTracer Satellaview January 27, 1996 Square Yes [63]
Treasure Conflix Satellaview 1996 Square Yes [63]
Koi ha Balance Satellaview 1996 Square Yes [63]
Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Hōseki Satellaview February 3, 1996 Square Yes [64]
Bahamut Lagoon Super Nintendo Entertainment System February 9, 1996 Square Yes [65]
Front Mission Series: Gun Hazard Super Nintendo Entertainment System February 23, 1996 Omiya Soft Yes [66]
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Super Nintendo Entertainment System March 9, 1996 Square Yes Yes [67]
Treasure of the Rudras Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 5, 1996 Square Yes [68]
Treasure Hunter G Super Nintendo Entertainment System May 24, 1996 Sting Entertainment Yes [69]
Tobal No. 1 PlayStation August 2, 1996 DreamFactory Yes Yes Yes [70]
Final Fantasy VII PlayStation January 31, 1997 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [71]
Pro-Logic Mah-Jong Hai-Shin PlayStation January 31, 1997 Aques Yes [72]
Bushido Blade PlayStation March 14, 1997 Bergsala Lightweight Yes Yes Yes [73]
Final Fantasy IV PlayStation March 21, 1997 Tose Yes [74][75]
Power Stakes PlayStation April 11, 1997 Aques Yes [76]
Tobal 2 PlayStation April 25, 1997 DreamFactory Yes [77]
Digical League PlayStation June 20, 1997 Aques Yes [78]
Final Fantasy Tactics PlayStation June 20, 1997 Square Yes Yes [79]
SaGa Frontier PlayStation July 11, 1997 Square Yes Yes [80]
Front Mission 2 PlayStation September 25, 1997 Square Yes [81]
Final Fantasy VII International PlayStation October 1997 Square Yes [71]
Power Stakes Grade 1 PlayStation October 9, 1997 Aques Yes [82]
Einhänder PlayStation November 20, 1997 Square Yes Yes [83]
Front Mission Alternative PlayStation December 18, 1997 Square Yes [84]
Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon PlayStation December 23, 1997 Square Yes [85]
Super Live Stadium PlayStation January 1, 1998 Aques Yes [86]
Xenogears PlayStation February 11, 1998 Square Yes Yes [87]
Bushido Blade 2 PlayStation March 12, 1998 Bergsala Lightweight Yes Yes [88]
Final Fantasy V PlayStation March 13, 1998 Tose Yes Yes Yes [89]
Hai-Shin 2 PlayStation March 26, 1998 Aques Yes [90]
Parasite Eve PlayStation March 29, 1998 Square Yes Yes [91]
Power Stakes 2 PlayStation April 9, 1998 Aques Yes [92]
Sōkaigi PlayStation May 28, 1998 Yuke's Yes [93]
Final Fantasy VII Microsoft Windows June 24, 1998 Square Yes Yes Yes [94]
Brave Fencer Musashi PlayStation July 26, 1998 Square Yes Yes [95]
Another Mind PlayStation November 12, 1998 Square Yes [96]
Ehrgeiz PlayStation December 17, 1998 DreamFactory Yes Yes Yes [97]
Chocobo's Dungeon 2 PlayStation December 23, 1998 Square Yes Yes [98]
iS – internal section PlayStation January 28, 1999 Positron Yes [99]
Final Fantasy VIII PlayStation February 11, 1999 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [100]
Chocobo World (included with Final Fantasy VIII) PocketStation February 11, 1999 Square Yes [101]
Final Fantasy Collection PlayStation March 11, 1999 Tose Yes [102]
Final Fantasy VI PlayStation March 11, 1999 Tose Yes Yes Yes [103]
Chocobo Racing PlayStation March 18, 1999 Square Yes Yes Yes [104]
SaGa Frontier 2 PlayStation April 1, 1999 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [105]
Go Go Digger (included with SaGa Frontier 2) PocketStation April 1, 1999 Square Yes [106]
Cyber Org PlayStation April 22, 1999 FuzzBox Yes [107]
Racing Lagoon PlayStation June 10, 1999 Square Yes [108]
Legend of Mana PlayStation July 15, 1999 Square Yes Yes [109]
Ring Ring Land (included with Legend of Mana) PocketStation July 15, 1999 Square Yes [110]
Front Mission 3 PlayStation September 2, 1999 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [111]
Final Fantasy Anthology PlayStation September 30, 1999 Square Yes Yes [112][113]
Threads of Fate PlayStation October 14, 1999 Square Yes Yes [114]
Chrono Trigger PlayStation November 2, 1999 Tose Yes [115]
Chrono Cross PlayStation November 18, 1999 Square Yes Yes [116]
Parasite Eve II PlayStation December 16, 1999 Square Yes Yes Yes [117]
Chocobo Collection PlayStation December 22, 1999 Square, Denyusha Yes [118][119]
Final Fantasy VIII Microsoft Windows January 25, 2000 Square Yes Yes Yes [120][121]
Vagrant Story PlayStation February 10, 2000 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [122]
Driving Emotion Type-S PlayStation 2 March 30, 2000 Escape Yes Yes Yes [123]
All Star Pro-Wrestling PlayStation 2 June 8, 2000 Square Yes [124]
Final Fantasy IX PlayStation July 7, 2000 Square Yes Yes Yes [125]
Gekikuukan Pro Baseball: At the End of the Century 1999 PlayStation 2 September 7, 2000 Square Yes [126]
Hataraku Chocobo WonderSwan September 21, 2000 Square Yes [127]
Final Fantasy WonderSwan Color December 9, 2000 Square Yes [128]
The Bouncer PlayStation 2 December 23, 2000 DreamFactory Yes Yes Yes [129]
Wild Card WonderSwan Color March 29, 2001 Square Yes [130]
Final Fantasy II WonderSwan Color May 3, 2001 Square Yes [131]
Final Fantasy Chronicles PlayStation June 29, 2001 Tose Yes [132]
Blue Wing Blitz WonderSwan Color July 5, 2001 Square Yes [133]
Final Fantasy X PlayStation 2 July 19, 2001 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [134]
All Star Pro-Wrestling II PlayStation 2 November 22, 2001 Square Yes [135]
Final Fantasy X International PlayStation 2 January 31, 2002 Square Yes [134]
Hanjuku Hero: Aa, Sekaiyo Hanjukunare...! WonderSwan Color February 14, 2002 Sting Entertainment Yes [136]
The Final Fantasy Legend WonderSwan Color March 20, 2002 Aspect Yes [137]
Final Fantasy IV WonderSwan Color March 29, 2002 Sting Entertainment Yes [138]
Kingdom Hearts PlayStation 2 March 28, 2002 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [139]
Neichibeikan Professional Baseball Final League PlayStation 2 April 25, 2002 Square Yes [140]
Final Fantasy XI PlayStation 2 May 16, 2002 Square Yes Yes Yes [141]
World Fantasista PlayStation 2 June 6, 2002 Square Yes [142]
Front Mission WonderSwan Color July 12, 2002 G-Craft Yes [143][144]
Final Fantasy PlayStation October 31, 2002 Square Yes Yes Yes [145]
Final Fantasy II PlayStation October 31, 2002 Square Yes Yes Yes [146]
Final Fantasy XI Microsoft Windows November 7, 2002 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [147]
Chocobo Land: A Game of Dice Game Boy Advance December 13, 2002 Square Yes [148]
Unlimited Saga PlayStation 2 December 19, 2002 Square Yes Yes Yes [149]
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Game Boy Advance February 14, 2003 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [150]
Final Fantasy X-2 PlayStation 2 March 13, 2003 Square Yes Yes Yes Yes [151]
  1. ^ Capcom game whose North American version was published by Square.

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