The inaugural installment of Something Good (later ASCII Something Good and i4)'s shōgi series.
Habu Meijin no Omoshiro Shogi
A shogi game endorsed by and featuring the likeness of "Meijin" Yoshiharu Habu.
Digital adaptation of Bandai's simple children's version of mahjong, Donjara, also known as Ponjan.
ROTN Quiz game 2
A trivia quiz game created by Martyn Bennett as part of the Reality-On-The-Norm project.
An arcade game adaptation of the Hasbro board game of the same name. As a video redemption game, players can earn bonus tickets through a bonus round reminiscent of the Stacker arcade game.
Pretty Girls Mahjong Solitaire
Simple puzzle game where there are 51 mahjong solitaire puzzles altogether. Gameplay involves removing matching pairs of exposed tiles to eventually remove all tiles from the game board.
Rabbids & Ladders
An arcade video redemption game based on Ubisoft's Rabbids franchise. Up to four players race each-other on a game board using a unique spinner (resembling a toilet paper roll).
Mario Party Superstars
A collection of remastered boards and mini-games from the series' Nintendo 64 titles.
Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition
The NES version had up to 3 players compete against one another or the computer in a simulated event of the popular game show, "Wheel of Fortune".
Survival Quiz CITY
A multiplayer elimination game based around quiz knowledge and obstacle course traversal.
Wheel of Fortune
A 1989 arcade game adaptation of the popular American game show, made by Incredible Technologies and GameTek.
The earliest known arcade adaptation of the mahjong tile game, with one-on-one matches against a computer opponent.
A traditional riichi mahjong game by Zoo, better known for their influx of bishoujo games.
Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle
A riichi mahjong game with numerous hand-drawn bishōjo babes as CPU opponents.
Yakitate!! Japan: Game 1 Gou Choujou Kessen!! Pantasic Grand Prix!
A board game based on the Yakitate!! Japan manga/anime series.
Nintendo's dedicated riichi mahjong series makes its appearance on the Nintendo DS. Along with wireless multiplayer support, the game features single-player against numerous characters from Nintendo's signature Mario series.
Fury of Dracula: Digital Edition
A digital adaptation of the iconic board game based on the classic Bram Stoker novel Dracula. Set years after the novel, the story has four hunters tracking down a revived Count Dracula before he takes control of 19th century Europe.
Syougi no Tatsujin
A Japanese-exclusive arcade adaptation by ADK and SNK of the shogi board game, featuring both traditional and Hasami variants. As it runs Neo Geo hardware, it was released in home Neo Geo systems shortly after release.
Quiz Tonosama no Yabou
An Arcade quiz game framed like a Sengoku strategy sim similar to Koei's Nobunaga's Ambition. The player has to answer a certain number of questions correctly to conquer neighboring territory.
Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Gekitou! Tokyo Mahjong Land Hen
Masayuki Katayama's mahjong-playing manga characters return in this Mega CD outing published by Lunar's Game Arts.
An online Go game for the Sega Mega Drive that allowed subscribers to compete across Japan via the Sega Modem and MegaNet service.