List of Irem games


List of Irem games

The following is a list of games developed by Irem for a variety of arcade and console platforms.

Arcade

* "The Galaxy Empire Strikes Back" (19??) M-xx Hardware not known
* "Mahjong" / "Block Mahjong" (1978)
* "Nyankoro" (1978)
* "Piccolo" (1978)
* "Power Block" (1978)
* "Andromeda" (1979) (Andromeda 55?) M-10 Hardware
* "Commander" (1979)
* "IPM Invader" (1979) M-10
* "Mahjong DX" (1979)
* "New Block X / New Block Z" (1979)
* "Space Beam" (1979?) M-15
* "Space Command" (1979)
* "Head On" (1979?) M-15
* "Panther" (1980)
* "Sky Chuter" (1980) M-15?
* "UniWar S / Gingateikoku No Gyakushu" (1980) (prob. not M-15?) Galaxian Hardware
* "Demoneye-X" (1981) M-27 (4 PCB's)/+ M-42-S
* "Oli-Boo-Chu" (with GDI) (1981) / Punching Kid (1982) M-47
* "Red Alert" (with GDI) (1981) M-27
* "Moon Patrol" (licensed to Williams) (1982) M-52
* "10-Yard Fight" (1983) M-52
* "Traverse USA / Zippy Race / MotoRace USA" (licensed to Williams) (1983) M-52
* "Tropical Angel" (1983) M-52
* "The Battle Road" (1984) M-62
* "Kung-Fu Master" (licensed to Data East)(Spartan X in Japan) (1984)M-62
* "Lode Runner" (licensed from Brøderbund) (1984) M-62
* "" (licensed from Brøderbund) (1984)M-62
* "Wily Tower" (1984)M-63
* "Atomic Boy" (licensed to Memetron) (1985) (variant of Wily Tower)M-63
* "Horizon" (1985) M-62
* "Kung Fu" (PlayChoice-10) (licensed to Nintendo) (1985) playchoice
* "" (licensed from Brøderbund) (1985) M-62
* "Lot Lot" (1985) M-62
* "Spelunker" (licensed from Brøderbund) (1985)M-62
* "" / "Kaiketsu Yanchamaru" (1986) M-62
* "Lode Runner IV - Teikoku Kara no Dasshutsu" (1986) M-62
* "Spelunker II" (licensed from Brøderbund) (1986) M-62
* "Youjyuden" (1986) M-62
* "Battle Chopper / Mr. HELI no Dai-Bouken" (1987) M-72
* "R-Type" (licensed to Nintendo of America) (1987) M-72
* "Image Fight" (1988) M-72
* "Meikyuujima" (developed by Nanao) (1988)-
* "Ninja Spirit/Saigo no Nindou" (1988) M-72
* "Vigilante" (licensed to Data East) (1988) M-75
* "Holy Diver" (1989) Nintendo Famicom
* "Dragon Breed" (1989) M-81
* "Legend of Hero Tonma" (1989) M-72
* "R-Type II" (1989) M-82/ 84 (jap)
* "X-Multiply" (1989) M-72
* "Air Duel" (1990) M-72?
* "Hammerin' Harry / Daiku no Gensan" (1990) M-82/72 different versions
* "Major Title"(1990) M-84
* "Pound for Pound" (1990)(Irem US) M-85
* "Blade Master" (1991) M-92?
* "Cosmic Cop / Gallop - Armed Police Unit" (1991) M-84/73?
* "Dynablaster / Bomber Man / Atomic Punk" (licensed from Hudson Soft) (1991)
* "Gunforce - Battle Fire Engulfed Terror Island" (1991) M-92 A
* "Hasamu" (1991) M-90
* "Ken-Go" (1991) M-72?
* "Lethal Thunder / Thunder Blaster" (1991) M-92
* "Bomber Man World / New Dyna Blaster - Global Quest / New Atomic Punk - Global Quest" (1992)
* "Hook" (1992) M-99 A
* "Major Title 2 - Tournament Leader / The Irem Skins Game" (1992) M-92 F
* "Mystic Riders / Gun Hohki" (1992) M-92
* "Quiz F-1 1,2finish" (1992) M-97
* "R-Type Leo" (1992) M-92
* "Undercover Cops" (1992) M-92
* "Fire Barrel" (1993) M-107
* "In The Hunt / Kaitei Daisensou (1993) M-92 E
* (1993) M-92
* "Risky Challenge" (1993) M-97
* "Perfect Soldiers / Superior Soldiers (US)" (1993) M-92 G
* "Dream Soccer '94" (licensed to Data East)(1994) M92 G(Irem),M-107 Data East
* "Gunforce 2 / Geostorm" (1994) M-92 G
* "Sanyo Pachinko Paradise" 9-12 (2003-2005, Sony PlayStation 2)

Prototypes

* "Super Kung-Fu Master" (1985)
* "Battle Bird" (1985)
* "Kozoutai Gatcyo" (1987)
* "Huddle Up" (1988)

MSX / MSX2

* 1982
** "Moon Patrol" (1982/1984) (Produced by Dempa) DP-3912011 ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/348 GenMSX entry] )
(Released in Brazil as "Patrulha Lunar" (product-id J07) by Sharp-Epcom)
* 1985
** "Kung-Fu Acho" (聖拳アチョー) also known as Seiken Acho, produced by Irem and ASCII. ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/531 GenMSX entry] )
* 1986
** "Spelunker" (licensed from Brøderbund) IM-01 ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/777 GenMSX entry] )
** "10 Yard Fight" IM-02 ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/801 GenMSX entry] )
** "Panther" ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/1813 GenMSX entry] )
* 1987
** "Super Lode Runner" (licensed from Brøderbund) IM-03 (MSX & MSX2) ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/955 GenMSX entry] )
** "R-Type" (1987,1988) IM-04 (MSX & MSX2) ( [http://www.generation-msx.nl/msxdb/softwareinfo/1046 GenMSX entry] )

Famicom / NES

* 1986
** "Deadly Towers"
** "Sqoon"
* 1987
** ""
* 1989
** "Holy Diver"
** "Metal Storm"
* 1990
** "Kickle Cubicle"

Game Boy

* "" (1994)
* "Ganso!! Yancha Maru" (1991)
* "Hammerin Harry" (1992)
* "Kizuchida Quiz Da Gen-San Da!" (1992)
* "Kung Fu Master" (1991)
* "Nu~Bo~" (1992)
* "Racing Kon" (1991)
* "R-Type" (1991)
* "R-Type II" (1992)
* "Saigo No Ninmichi" (1993)
* "Shuyaku Sentai Irem Fighter" (1993)
* "Taiyou no Yuusha Firebird" (1991)
* "Undercover Cops" (1993)

uper NES

* 1991
** "Super R-Type"
* 1992
** "Irem Skins Game, The"
** "Dino City (US) Dinosaurs (Japan)"No European release
* 1993
** ""
** "Street Combat"
** "Rocky Rodent"

PlayStation

* 1998
** "R-Types"
* 1999
** "R-Type Delta"

PlayStation 2

* 2001
** "Gekibo 2" / "Polaroid Pete"
* 2002
** "U underwater unit"
** "Disaster Report"
* 2003
** "R-Type Final"
* 2004
** "Sakurasaka Shouboutai"
* 2005
** "Steambot Chronicles"
** "Blocks Club with Bumpy Trot"
* 2006
** ""
* 2007
** "Raw Danger" (American title for "")


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