List of role-playing video games: 1986 to 1987

List of role-playing video games: 1986 to 1987

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This is a comprehensive index of commercial role-playing video games, sorted chronologically by year. Information regarding date of release, developer, publisher, operating system, sub-genre and notability is provided where available. The table can be sorted by clicking on the small boxes next to the column headings. This list does not include roguelikes, MUDs or MMORPGs. It does include action RPGs and tactical RPGs.


Contents

1974 1975 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Unreleased

Legend

Video game platforms
APPII Apple II
Arcade Arcade game
CROSS Cross-platform
DC Dreamcast
DOS DOS / MS-DOS
DS Nintendo DS
FLA Adobe Flash
FDS Famicom Disk System
FM7 FM-7
FMT FM Towns
GB Game Boy
GBA Game Boy Advance
GBC Game Boy Color
GCN Nintendo GameCube
GEN Sega Genesis / Sega Mega Drive
INT Intellivision
LIN Linux
MAIN Mainframe computer
MOBI Mobile phone
MSX MSX
MSX2 MSX2
N64 Nintendo 64
NES Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom
PC60 NEC PC-6001
PC88 NEC PC-8801
PC98 NEC PC-9801
PCD TurboGrafx-CD / PC Engine CD
PCE TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine
PS1 PlayStation / PSone
PS2 PlayStation 2
PS3 PlayStation 3
PSN PlayStation Network
PSP PlayStation Portable
OSX Mac OS X
SAT Sega Saturn
SCD Sega Mega-CD
SG1K Sega SG-1000
SMS Sega Master System
SNES Super NES / Super Famicom
X1 Sharp X1
X68K Sharp X68000
VC Virtual Console (Wii)
Wii Wii
WIN Microsoft Windows
WIN9X Windows 9x
WINNT Windows NT / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7
XBOX Xbox
X360 Xbox 360
Types of releases
Rerel The game was re-released on the same platform with no or only minor changes.
Port The game first appeared on a different platform and a port was made. The game is like the original, with few or no differences.
Remake The game is an enhanced remake of an original, released on the same or different platform, with changes to graphics, sound and/or gameplay.
Compl A compilation, anthology or collection of several titles, usually (but not always) belonging to the same series.
Limit A special release (often called "Limited" or "Collector's Edition") with bonus collector's material. Often provided to people who pre-order a game.
Genre notes
Action RPG Action role-playing game.
Tactical RPG Tactical role-playing game.
Roguelike Roguelike.
MMORPG Massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
MUD MUD.
FPS/RPG First-person shooter / RPG hybrid (role-playing shooter).
RTS/RPG Real-time strategy / RPG hybrid (real-time strategy RPG).
Adventure RPG Adventure role-playing game.
JRPG Japanese-style role-playing game.
Eroge Japanese game featuring erotic content.


List

Year Title Developer Publisher Setting Platform Sub-genre
  • 1986 (NA)
  • 1986 (UK)
Alternate Reality: The City Paradise
Datasoft
Datasoft
U.S. Gold
Sci-Fi APPII (Port)
C64 (Port)
MAC (Port)
ST (Port)
Port of Alternate Reality: The City for ATR.
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Aspic: Madao no Noroi (JP)
  • アスピック (JP)
XTALSOFT XTALSOFT Fantasy FM7
PC60
X1
Computer-style RPG.[1]
Sequel to Lizard for MSX.
  • 1986 (NA)
  • 1986 (UK)
Bards Tale, The Interplay EA Fantasy AMI (Port) Port of The Bards Tale for APPII.
  • 1986 (NA)
Bard's Tale II, The: The Destiny Knight Interplay EA Fantasy C64 Sequel to The Bard's Tale.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Black Onyx II, The (JP)
  • ブラックオニキス II (JP)
Bullet-Proof ASCII Fantasy MSX[2] Dungeon crawl.[3]
Sequel to The Black Onyx.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Dark Sider (JP)
City Factory City Factory Fantasy MSX[4] JRPG / Eroge.[4]
  • 1986 (JP)
  • 1987 (NA)
Irem Broderbund
Irem
Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[6]
  • 1986 (JP)
HummingBird DOG Fantasy FDS[7] Dungeon crawl.
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • 1989 (NA)
  • Dragon Warrior (NA)
  • Dragon Quest (JP)
  • ドラゴンクエスト (JP)
Chunsoft Enix
Nintendo
Fantasy NES[5]
PC98
MSX[2]
JRPG.[8]
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Dungeon Master (JP)
  • ダンジョンマスター (JP)
ASCII ASCII Fantasy MSX[2] Dungeon crawl.[9]
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Ganso Saiyuuki: Super Monkey Dai Bouken (JP)
  • 元祖西遊記 スーパーモンキー大冒険 (JP)
VAP Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[10]
  • 1986 (JP)
Kogado ASCII Fantasy FM7
PC88
JRPG.[11]
  • 1986 (JP)
  • 1989 (NA)
  • Hydlide (NA)
  • Hydlide Special (JP)
  • ハイドライドスペシャル (JP)
T&E FCI, Inc..
Tohiba EMI
Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[12]
Port of Hydlide for PC60.
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (JP)
T&E T&E Fantasy FM7
MSX[2]
Action RPG.[12]
Sequel to Hydlide for PC60.
Port of Hydlide II: Shine of Darkness for PC88.
  • 1986 (FR)
  • Mandragore (FR)
Infogrames Infogrames Fantasy MSX[2] Computer-style RPG.[13]
  • 1986 (NA)
Might & Magic: Book I New World New World Fantasy APPII Series debuts.
  • 1986 (NA)
Phantasie Logical Design SSI Fantasy ST (Port) Port of Phantasie for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (NA)
Phantasie II SSI SSI Fantasy APPII Sequel to Phantasie.
  • 1986 (NA)
Phantasie II Logical Design SSI Fantasy C64 (Port)
ST (Port)
Port of Phantasie II for APPII.
Sequel to Phantasie.
  • 1986 (JP)
Game Studio Namco Fantasy Arcade Action RPG.[14]
  • 1986 (NA)
Shard of Spring SSI
Digital Illusions
SSI Fantasy APPII
C64
DOS
  • 1986 (NA)
Starflight Binary Systems EA Sci-Fi DOS A rare example of a sci-fi CRPG and the spiritual ancestor to such games as Star Control 2 and Space Rangers.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Super Rambo Special (JP)
  • スーパーランボースペシャル (JP)
Pack-In-Video Pack-In-Video Modern MSX2[2] Action RPG.[15]
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Super Tritorn (JP)
  • スーパートリトーン (JP)
XAIN
Sein
XAIN
Sein
MSX2[2] Action RPG.[16]
  • 1986 (NA)
Swords of Glass Unknown Keypunch Fantasy DOS Wizardry-style RPG with two-player support.
  • 1986 (NA)
Temple of Apshai Trilogy Westwood Epyx Fantasy AMI (Port)
ST (Port)
Port of Temple of Apshai Trilogy for APPII.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Thunder Bolt (JP)
  • サンダーボルト (JP)
Pixel Multimedia Pixel Multimedia MSX[2] Action RPG.
Sequel to Zeta 2000 for MSX.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Tritorn (JP)
  • Triton (JP)
  • トリトーン (JP)
XAIN
Sein
XAIN
Sein
MSX[2] Action RPG.[17]
  • 1986 (NA)
Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness Origin Origin Fantasy APPII (Remake) Remake of Ultima for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (NA)
Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness Origin Origin Fantasy C64 (Port) Port of Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness for APPII.
Remake of Ultima for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • 1986 (NA)
Ultima III: Exodus Origin Origin
StarCraft
Fantasy AMI (Port)
MAC (Port)
ST (Port)
FM7 (Port)
PC88 (Port)
PC98 (Port)
Computer-style RPG.
Port of Ultima III: Exodus for APPII.
Sequel to Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress.
Pioneered many innovations that would become standard on many CRPGs that followed.
  • 1986 (NA)
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar Origin Origin Fantasy ATR (Port) Port of Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar for APPII.
Sequel to Ultima III: Exodus.
The first major CRPG to move from "hack and slash" gameplay to a "virtuous" story-driven approach.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu (JP)
  • ワルキューレの冒険 時の鍵伝説 (JP)
Namco Namco Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[18]
  • 1986 (JP)
  • 1989 (NA)
  • WiBArm (NA)
  • WiBArm (JP)
  • ウィバーン (JP)
Sci-Fi PC88
DOS (Port)
Action RPG.[19]
  • 1986 (NA)
  • 1986 (UK)
Wizard's Crown SSI SSI Fantasy APPII (Port)
ATR (Port)
C64 (Port)
Tactical RPG.
Port of Wizard's Crown for DOS.
  • 1986 (NA)
Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna Sir-Tech Sir-Tech Fantasy APPII
DOS
Sequel to Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn.
  • 1986 (JP)
  • Zaider: Battle Of Peguss (JP)
  • 超戦士ザイダーバトルオブペガス (JP)
Cosmos computer Cosmos computer Sci-Fi MSX[2]
  • 1987 (NA)
2400 A.D. Origin Origin Sci-Fi APPII
  • 1987 (NA)
Alternate Reality: The Dungeon Datasoft Datasoft Sci-Fi APPII
ATR
C64
Sequel to Alternate Reality: The City.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Artelius (JP)
  • アルテリオス (JP)
Nihon Bussan Nihon Bussan Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[10]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • AshGuine (JP)
  • 伝説の聖戦士アシュギーネ (JP)
Bit² Panasoft MSX2[2]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • AshGuine Story II (JP)
  • アシュギーネ虚空の牙城 (JP)
T&E Soft Panasoft MSX2[2]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • AshGuine Story III (JP)
  • アシュギーネ復讐の炎 (JP)
Microcabin Panasoft MSX2[2]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1987 (NA)
Interplay EA Fantasy APPGS (Port)
DOS (Port)
ST (Port)
PC88 (Port)
PC98 (Port)[20]
Dungeon crawl.
Port of The Bards Tale for APPII.
  • 1987 (NA)
Bard's Tale II, The: The Destiny Knight Interplay EA Fantasy APPII (Port) Port of The Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight for C64.
Sequel to The Bard's Tale.
  • 1987 (JP)
Bullet-Proof Sega Fantasy SG1K[21] Dungeon crawl.[22][23]
Port of The Black Onyx for PC88.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Borfesu and Five Evil Spirits (JP)
  • Borfes and the Five Demons (JP)
  • ボルフェスと5人の悪魔 (JP)
XtalSoft XtalSoft MSX[2] Action RPG.[24]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Cleopatra no Mahou (JP)
  • クレオパトラの魔宝 (JP)
Square Square FDS[7]
  • 1987 (NA)
Deathlord EA EA Fantasy APPII
C64
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Deep Forest (JP)
  • ディープフォレスト (JP)
Xain Xain MSX2[25] Action RPG.[26]
  • 1987 (JP)
Atlus Namco Fantasy NES[5] Dungeon crawl.[27]
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
Nihon Falcom Sony Fantasy MSX[2]
MSX2[2]
Action RPG.[28]
Port of Dragon Slayer II: Xanadu for PC98.
Sequel to Dragon Slayer.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1990 (NA)
  • Dragon Warrior II (NA)
  • Dragon Quest II Akuryo no Kamigami (JP)
  • ドラゴンクエストII 悪霊の神々 (JP)
Chunsoft Enix Fantasy NES[5] JRPG.[8]
Sequel to Dragon Warrior.
  • 1987 (NA)
  • 1988 (UK)
Dungeon Master FTL FTL Fantasy ST
  • 1987 (JP)
Konami Konami Fantasy FDS[7] Action RPG.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (NA)
Eternal Dagger, The SSI SSI Fantasy APPII
ATR
Tactical RPG.
Sequel to Wizard's Crown.
  • 1987 (NA)
The Faery Tale Adventure MicroIllusions MicroIllusions Fantasy DOS
AMI
C64
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1989 (NA)
  • 1990 (EU)
  • Faxanadu (INT)
  • ファザナドゥ (JP)
Falcom Hudson Soft
Nintendo
Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[10][18]
Spin-off of the Dragon Slayer series.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1990 (NA)
Square Square
Nintendo
Fantasy NES[5] JRPG.[29]
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Gate Of Labyrinth (JP)
  • 迷宮への扉 (JP)
Radio Wave Newspaper Publisher Company Radio Wave Newspaper Publisher Company MSX[2]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Gegege no Kitarou 2: Youkai Gundan no Chousen (JP)
  • ゲゲゲの鬼太郎2 妖怪軍団の挑戦 (JP)
Bandai NES[5] [30] Sequel to Platform game GeGeGe no Kitaro - Youkai Dai Makyou for NES.
  • 1987 (JP)
Konami Konami Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[10]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Ginga no Sannin (JP)
  • 銀河の三人 (JP)
Nintendo Nintendo NES[5]
Port of The Earth Fighter Rayieza for various systems.
  • 1987 (JP)
Compile Compile Fantasy MSX[2] Action RPG.[31]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Hoshi wo Miru Hito (JP)
  • 星をみるひと (JP)
Another Hot-B Sci-Fi NES[5] JRPG.[32]
  • 1987 (JP)
T&E T&E Fantasy MSX[2]
MSX2[2]
Action RPG.[12]
Sequel to Hydlide II: Shine of Darkness.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Hydlide Bronze Pack (JP)
  • ハイドライドブロンズバック (JP)
T&E T&E Fantasy MSX[2] Action RPG.[12]
Compl of Hydlide II: Shine of Darkness and Hydlide 3: The Space Memories for MSX.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Indora no Hikari (JP)
  • インドラの光 (JP)
Kemco Kemco Fantasy NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Jagur: Golden Triangle (JP)
  • Jagur 5 (JP)
  • ジャガー5 (JP)
Compile Hudson Soft Modern MSX[33] Action RPG / Shmup hybrid.[34]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Jikuu Yuten: Debias (JP)
  • 時空勇伝デビアス (JP)
Now Production Namco NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
XTALSOFT DOG Fantasy FDS[7] Action RPG.[35]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • King Kong 2: Yomigaeru Densetsu (JP)
  • キングコング 2 (JP)
Konami Konami MSX2[2] Action RPG.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Kyonshis 2 (JP)
  • キョンシーズ2 (JP)
Taito Taito NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1989 (NA)
  • Legacy of the Wizard (JP)
  • Dragon Slayer IV: Drasle Family (JP)
  • ドラゴンスレイヤーIVドラスレファミリー (JP)
Nihon Falcom Nihon Falcom
Namco
Broderbund
Fantasy MSX[2]
NES[5]
Dungeon crawl.[36]
Sequel to Dragon Slayer Jr: Romancia.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1987 (FR)
  • Les Chevaliers du Zodiaque: La Legende d'Or (FR)
  • Saint Seiya: Ougon Densetsu (JP)
  • 聖闘士星矢 黄金伝説 (JP)
Bandai Bandai NES[5] RPG / Fighting game hybrid.[37]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1989 (NA)
Culture Brain Culture Brain Fantasy NES[5] Action RPG.[10][18]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Märchen Veil 1 (JP)
  • メルヘンヴェールI (JP)
System Sacom
SunSoft
System Sacom
SunSoft
FDS[7]
MSX[2]
MSX2[2]
Action RPG.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Mashou no Yakata Gabalin (JP)
  • 魔性の館ガバリン (JP)
Pony Canyon Pony Canyon MSX Action RPG.
  • 1987 (NA)
Might & Magic: Book I New World New World Fantasy APPII (Rerel) Rerelease of Might & Magic: Book I for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (NA)
Might & Magic: Book I New World New World Fantasy C64 (Port)
DOS (Port)
MAC (Port)
Port of Might & Magic: Book I for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Minelvaton Saga: Ragon no Fukkatsu (JP)
  • ミネルバトンサーガ ラゴンの復活 (JP)
Taito Taito NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1988 (NA)
  • 1988 (PAL)
Kogado Kogado
Sega
ASCII
Fantasy MSX[2]
MSX2[2]
NES[5]
SMS[38]
JRPG.[11]
Port of Haja no Fuin for PC88.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Mirai (JP)
  • 未来 (JP)
Xain Xain MSX[2]
MSX2[2]
[39]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Mirai Shinwa Jarvas (JP)
  • 未来神話ジャーヴァス (JP)
Taito Taito Sci-Fi NES[5] Action RPG.[40]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Momotarou Densetsu: Peach Boy Legend (JP)
  • 桃太郎伝説 (JP)
Hudson Soft Hudson Soft Fantasy NES[5] JRPG.[41]
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
Micronics VMI, Inc. Sci-Fi NES[5] Action RPG.[42]
  • 1987 (NA)
Phantasie Logical Design SSI Fantasy ATR (Port)
DOS (Port)
Port of Phantasie for APPII.
eries debuts.
  • 1987 (NA)
Phantasie Andromeda SSI Fantasy AMI (Port) Port of Phantasie for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (NA)
Phantasie II Logical Design SSI Fantasy ATR (Port) Port of Phantasie II for APPII.
Sequel to Phantasie.
  • 1987 (NA)
Phantasie III: Wrath of Nikademus SSI SSI Fantasy APPII Sequel to Phantasie II.
  • 1987 (NA)
Phantasie III: Wrath of Nikademus Westwood SSI Fantasy AMI (Port)
C64 (Port)
ST (Port)
Port of Phantasie III: Wrath of Nikademus for APPII.
Sequel to Phantasie II.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1988 (NA)
  • 1988 (EU)
RD4 (Sega) Sega Sci-Fi SMS[38] JRPG.[43]
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Seiken Psycho Caliber: Maju no Mori Densetsu (JP)
  • 聖剣サイコカリバー 魔獣の森伝説 (JP)
C-Lab Imagineer FDS[7]
  • 1987 (JP)
Victor Music Industries Fantasy MSX2[44] Action RPG.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Shogun (JP)
  • 将軍 (JP)
Nippon Dexter Nippon Dexter MSX[2]
  • 1987 (JP)
Nihon Falcom Nihon Falcom Fantasy PC88 Action RPG.
Sequel to Dragon Slayer IV: Drasle Family.
  • 1988 (JP)
Sci-Fi PC88
GEN (Port)
Action RPG.[45]
FPS/RPG.[46]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Tengoku Yoitoko (JP)
  • Heaven (JP)
  • 天国よいとこ (JP)
TAITO TAITO MSX2[2] Action RPG.[47]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Tir-nan-og (JP)
  • ティル・ナ・ノーグ (JP)
Alfa System Fantasy PC98 Tactical RPG.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
Data East Data East Fantasy NES[5] JRPG.[48]
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (NA)
Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness Origin Origin Fantasy DOS (Port) Port of Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness for APPII.
Remake of Ultima for APPII.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
Origin Pony Canyon Fantasy MSX2[2] Computer-style RPG.[49]
Port of Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress for Apple II.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1988 (NA)
  • Ultima III: Exodus (NA)
  • Ultima: Kyoufu no Exodus (JP)
  • ウルティマ ~恐怖のエクソダス~ (JP)
Origin Origin
FCI
Pony Canyon
Fantasy NES[5]
MSX2[2]
Computer-style RPG.[50]
Port of Ultima III: Exodus for Apple II.
Sequel to Ultima II:The Revenge of the Enchantress.
  • Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (NA)
  • ウルティマIV (JP)
Origin Origin
Pony Canyon
Fantasy ST (Port)
MSX2[2]
Computer-style RPG.[51]
Port of Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar for Apple II.
The first major CRPG to move from "hack and slash" gameplay to a "virtuous" story-driven approach.
  • 1987 (NA)
Wizard's Crown SSI SSI Fantasy ST (Port) Tactical RPG.
Port of Wizard's Crown for DOS.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1990 (NA)
  • Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord (JP/NA)
Sir-Tech Software
Sting
Game
Sir-Tech
ASCII
Nexoft
Fantasy C64 (Port)
NES[5]
MSX2[2]
Dungeon crawl.
Port of Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord for Apple II.
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (NA)
Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna Sir-Tech Sir-Tech Fantasy APPII Sequel to Wizardry III: Legacy of Llylgamyn.
  • 1987 (NA)
Wizardry Trilogy Sir-Tech Sir-Tech Fantasy
Sci-Fi
APPII (Compl)
C64 (Compl)
Compilation of the first three Wizardry games.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Woody Poko (JP)
  • うっでいぽこ (JP)
DB Soft DB Soft NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Yaksa (JP)
  • ヤシャ (JP)
Wolfteam Wolfteam MSX2[2]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Ys I: Ancient Ys Vanished (JP)
  • イースI (JP)
Nihon Falcom Nihon Falcom Fantasy MSX2[2] Action RPG.[52]
Series debuts.
  • 1987 (JP)
HummingBird DOG Fantasy FDS[7] Dungeon crawl.
Sequel to Deep Dungeon: Madō Senki for FDS.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1988 (US)
  • 1988 (PAL)
  • Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (INT)
  • ゼルダの伝説 (パート) 2 リンクの冒険 (JP)
Nintendo Nintendo Fantasy FDS[7]
NES[5]
Action RPG.[18]
Sequel to action-adventure game The Legend of Zelda.
  • 1987 (JP)
  • 1990 (NA)
  • Zeliard (JP/NA)
  • ゼリアード (JP)
Game Arts Game Arts
Sierra
Fantastic DOS
PC88
Action RPG / Platform hybrid.[53]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Zoids: Chuuou Tairiku no Tatakai (JP)
  • ゾイド 中央大陸の戦い (JP)
Toshiba EMI NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Zombie Hunter (JP)
  • ゾンビハンター (JP)
Hi-Score Media Work Hi-Score Media Work NES[5]
  • 1987 (JP)
  • Zukkoke Yajikita Onmitsudoutyuu (JP)
  • ずっこけやじきた隠密道中 (JP)
HAL Laboratory HAL Laboratory MSX2[2]

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