List of Sunsoft video games

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This is a list of video games developed or released by Japanese video game developer Sunsoft.

Video games[edit]

Title Release Date System Note
Adian no Tsue 1986 Famicom Disk System
Aero the Acro-Bat 1993 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Developed by Iguana Entertainment
Aero the Acro-Bat 1993 Super NES Developed by Iguana Entertainment
Aero the Acro-Bat 2 1994 December[1] Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Developed by Iguana Entertainment
Aero the Acro-Bat 2 1994 Super NES Developed by Iguana Entertainment
After Burner (アフターバーナー) 1989 March 30[2] Famicom Japan-only
Albert Odyssey 1993 Super NES
Albert Odyssey 2 1994 Super NES
Albert Odyssey: Legend of Eldean 1996 Sega Saturn
Arabian 1983 Arcade
Astra Super Stars 1998 Arcade
Astra Super Stars 1998 Sega Saturn
Atlantis no Nazo (アトランチスの謎) 1986 April 17[2] Famicom Japan-only
Barbapapa 2001 PlayStation
Banbam 1984 Arcade
Barcode World (バーコードワールド) 1992 December 18[2] Famicom Japan-only
Batman 1990 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Batman 1989 Game Boy
Batman (バットマン) 1989, December 22[2] Famicom
Batman 1989, February[2] NES
Batman 1990 PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16
Batman: Return of the Joker 1991 December[2] NES
Revenge of the Joker 1991 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Known as Dynamite Batman (ダイナマイトバットマン) in Japan
Battle Formula (バトルフォーミュラ) 1991 September 27[2] Famicom Known as Super Spy Hunter outside of Japan
Bay Route 1989 Arcade Sunsoft / Sega
Benkei Gaiden 1992 PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16
Blaster Master 1988 November[2] NES Known as Chô Wakusei Senki Metafight (超惑星戦記 メタファイト) in Japan
Blaster Master Boy 1991 Game Boy Bomber King Scenario 2 in Japan
Blaster Master 2 1993 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Developed by Software Creations
Blaster Master: Enemy Below 2000 Game Boy Color Metafight EX in Japan
Blaster Master: Blasting Again 2000 PlayStation Blaster Master in Japan
Blaster Master: Overdrive 2010 Wii
Block Challenger 1978 Arcade Also known as Block Perfect or Galaxy Force
Bubble and Squeak 1994 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage 1993 Super NES
City Hunter 1990 PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16
Clock Tower 3 2003 PlayStation 2 Published by Capcom in America and Europe
Chameleon Twist 1997 Nintendo 64
Chameleon Twist 2 1999 Nintendo 64
Chô Wakusei Senki Metafight (超惑星戦記 メタファイト) 1988 June 17[2] Famicom Known as Blaster Master outside of Japan
Cosmopolis 1984 Arcade
Daedalian Opus 1990 July Game Boy
Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions 1993 October Super NES
Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions 1994 September Game Boy
Dai San Wakusei 1979 Arcade Roughly translated as The Third Planet
Daze Before Christmas 1994 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Daze Before Christmas 1994 Super NES
Dead Zone 1986 November 20 Famicom Disk System
Deae Tonosama Appare Ichiban 1994 Super NES
Death and Return of Superman 1994 Super NES
Death and Return of Superman 1995 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Quest 1993 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Disney's Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast 1994 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Dynamite Batman (ダイナマイトバットマン) 1991 December 20[2] Famicom Known as Batman: Return of the Joker outside of Japan
Eternal Eyes 2000 November 30[2] PlayStation
Fantasy Zone (ファンタジーゾーン) 1987 July 20[2] Famicom Japan-only
Fantasy Zone II: Opa-Opa no Namida (ファンタジーゾーンⅡ オパオパの涙) 1988 December 20[2] Famicom Japan-only
Fester's Quest 1989 September[2] NES
Final Fantasy Adventure 1998 Game Boy Re-release of a Square title from the Mana series
The Final Fantasy Legend 1998 Game Boy Re-release of a Square title from the SaGa series
Final Fantasy Legend II 1998 Game Boy Re-release of a Square title from the SaGa series
Final Fantasy Legend III 1998 Game Boy Re-release of a Square title from the SaGa series
Firepower 2000 1992 Super NES Super SWIV in Europe, original design by Sales Curve Interactive
Flashback 1993 Super NES
Freedom Force 1988 April[2] NES USA-only
Funky Fish 1981 Arcade
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors 1995 Arcade
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors 1995 Neo Geo
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors 1995 Sega Saturn
Gimmick! (ギミック!) 1992 January 31[2] Famicom Known as Mr. Gimmick outside of Japan
Gremlins 2: Shinshu Tanjou (グレムリン2 新種誕生) 1990 December 14[2] Famicom Known outside of Japan as Gremlins 2: The New Batch
Gremlins 2: The New Batch 1990 October[2] NES Known in Japan as Gremlins 2: Shinshu Tanjou (グレムリン2 新種誕生)
The Guiness 1984 Arcade
Hard Edge 1998 December PlayStation Action-Adventure
Hebereke no Popoon 1994 Arcade Sunsoft / Atlus
Hebereke (へべれけ) 1991 September 20[2] Famicom Known as U-four-ia: The Saga outside of Japan
Hebereke (Ufouria) series SNES, PlayStation, Sega Saturn
Hissatsu Pachinko Collection 1994 Super Famicom
Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei (炎の闘球児 ドッジ弾平) 1992 March 28[2] Famicom
Honoo no Toukyuuji: Dodge Danpei 2 (炎の闘球児 ドッジ弾平2) 1993 March 26[2] Famicom
Ikki 1985 Arcade Also known as Boomerang and Farmer's Rebellion
Ikki (いっき ) 1985 November 28[2] Famicom Also known as Boomerang and Farmer's Rebellion
Ikki Mobile (いっき萌バイル ) 2006 July Mobile Phone Remake for Famicom
Ikki Online (いっき おんらいん ) 2010 June 29 PlayStation 3 Remake for Famicom
Ikki ~ Min'nade Komesōdō (いっき~みんなで米騒動~ ) 2011 March 8 Mobile Phone
Initial D: Takahashi Ryosuke no Typing Saisoku Riron PlayStation 2
Journey to Silius 1990 September[2] NES Known as RAF World (ラフ) in Japan
Kangaroo 1982 Arcade
Kanshakudama Nage Kantarou no Toukaidou Gojuusan Tsugi (東海道五十三次) 1986 July 3[2] Famicom Japan-only
Karaoke Quiz Intro Don Don! 1996 Arcade Sunsoft / Success
Lemmings 1992 November[2] NES
Lemmings 1992 SNES, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Lionex 1987 Nintendo Vs.
Logical NES
Logical 1999 Game Boy Color
Looney Tunes 1992 Game Boy
Looney Tunes 1999 Game Boy Color
Looney Tunes B-Ball 1995 Super NES Published by Acclaim Entertainment
Maharaja (マハラジャ) 1989 September 29[2] Famicom Japan-only
Marchen Veil 1987 Famicom Disk System Original version developed and released by System Sacom for the MSX
Markham 1983 Arcade
Mito Koumon II: Sekai Manyuu Ki (水戸黄門Ⅱ 世界漫遊記) 1988 August 11[2] Famicom Japan-only
Monster Seed 1998 PlayStation
Moomin's Tale 2000 Game Boy Color
Monkey Magic 2000 PlayStation
Mr. Gimmick 1993 May 19[2] NES Known as Gimmick in Japan
Myst 1994 Sega Saturn
Nankin no Adventure 1988 Famicom Disk System
Nantettatte!! Baseball (なんてったって!!ベースボール) 1990 October 26[2] Famicom Japan-only
Nazoler Land 1987 Famicom Disk System
Out Live 1989 PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16
Out Live: Be Eliminate Yesterday 1997 PlayStation
Oishii Puzzle Ha Irimasenka 1993 Arcade Sunsoft + Atlus
Panorama Cotton 1994 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis Developed by Success Corp.
Pescatore N/A Famicom Unreleased
Pettan Pyuu 1984 Arcade
Phantom 2040 1995 Sega Game Gear
Phantom 2040 1995 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Phantom 2040 1995 Super NES
Pirates of Dark Water 1994 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Pirates of Dark Water 1994 Super NES
Platoon 1988 Nintendo Vs.
Platoon 1988 December[2] NES USA-only
Power Quest 1998 Game Boy Color Developed by Japan System Supply
Project S-11 2001 Game Boy Color
Puma Street Soccer 1999 PlayStation
Pyokotan no Dai Meiro (ぴょこたんの大迷路 ) 1993 March 19[2] Famicom Japan-only, Developed by Japan System Supply
Quest: Brian's Journey 2000 Game Boy Color
Real Myst 2000 PC Also stylized as realMyst. Developed by Cyan
RAF World (ラフ) 1990 August 10[2] Famicom Known as Journey to Silius outside of Japan
Ripple Island (リップルアイランド) 1988 January 23[2] Famicom
Road Runner's Death Valley Rally 1992 Super NES
Route 16 1981 Arcade
Route 16 Turbo (ルート16ターボ) 1985 October 4[2] Famicom Japan-only
Runaway 1982 Arcade
Scooby-Doo Mystery 1995 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Scooby-Doo Mystery 1995 Super NES
Sekiryuuou (赤龍王) 1989 February 10[2] Famicom Japan-only
Shanghai 1988 Arcade
Shanghai (上海) 1987 December 4[2] Famicom Japan-only
Shanghai II 1989 Arcade
Shanghai II (上海Ⅱ) 1990 August 24[2] Famicom Japan-only
Shanghai III 1993 Arcade
Shanghai - The Great Wall / Shanghai Triple Threat 1995 Arcade Sunsoft / Activision
Shanghai Matekibuyuu 1998 Arcade Sunsoft / Activision
Shanghai: True Valor 1998 PlayStation
Shanghai 2017 Mobile
Shanghai 3D Cube 2011 Nintendo 3DS
Shounen Ninja Sasuke 1994 Super NES
Sky Kid 1987 September[2] NES USA-only, Arcade version by Namco
Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos 1995 Super NES Published by Acclaim Entertainment
Spy Hunter 1987 September[2] NES USA-only
Stratovox 1980 Arcade Also known as Speak & Rescue
Strength & Skill - Guinness Book of Records 1984 Arcade
Sunman N/A NES (unreleased)
Super Air Diver 1993 Super NES
Super Arabian (スーパーアラビアン) 1985 July 25[2] Famicom Japan-only
Super Boy Allan 1987 Famicom Disk System Developed by Asmik
Super Spy Hunter 1992 February[2] NES Known as Battle Formula (バトルフォーミュラ) in Japan
Super Fantasy Zone 1992 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Superman N/A NES (not released)
Superman 1992 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
T.R.A.G. 1998 PlayStation
Taz-Mania 1992 Super NES
Tel-Tel Mahjong 1990 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Tel-Tel Stadium 1990 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Tenka no Goikenban: Mito Koumon (天下の御意見番 水戸黄門 ) 1987August 11 Famicom 1987 August 11[2]
Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi 1986 Famicom
Tough Turf 1989 Arcade
Trip World 1992 Game Boy
U-four-ia: The Saga 1992 November 19[2] NES Known as Hebereke (へべれけ) in Japan
Uncle Fester's Quest: The Addams Family 1989 Arcade
Vs. Freedom Force 1988 Arcade
Waku Waku 7 1996 November 20 Arcade
Waku Waku 7 1996 November 21 Neo Geo
Waku Waku 7 1997 June 20 Sega Saturn
Wile E. Coyote's Revenge N/A Super NES (unreleased)
The Wing of Madoola (マドゥーラの翼) 1986 December 18[2] Famicom Japan-only
World Heroes 1993 Super NES
Xenophobe 1988 December[2] NES USA-only
Yogi Bear's Gold Rush 1994[3] Game Boy
Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel 1994[4] Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel 1994 Super NES Developed by Iguana Entertainment

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ProReview: Aero the Acro-Bat 2". GamePro. No. 76. IDG. January 1995. pp. 42–43. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as [ootgod.dyndns.org:7777/ "NESCartDB"] Retrieved 12 March 2016
  3. ^ "Yogi Bear". GamePro. No. 74. IDG. November 1994. p. 200. 
  4. ^ "ProReview: Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel". GamePro. No. 75. IDG. December 1994. p. 96.