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4 Nin Shogi is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Pow, which was released in Japan in 1995.
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Chessmaster is a chess-playing computer game series which is now owned and developed by Ubisoft. It is the best-selling chess franchise in history, with more than five million units sold as of 2002.
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Kishin Douji Zenki: Tenchi Meidou is a Miscellaneous game, published by Hudson, which was released in Japan in 1996.
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Mahjong Gokuu Tenjiku is a mahjong game developed by Chat Noir originally for the 3DO in June 1994. It was eventually ported to the Super Famicom (August '94), Sega Saturn (November '94), PlayStation (December '94) and the PC-FX (March '95). The game is centered around the ancient Chinese novel Journey to the West, and features the protagonists and villains from that book as the various mahjong players.

The title refers to the Monkey King Goku (Sun Wukong) and the ancient Chinese name for India, Tenjiku. Tenjiku was the ultimate destination of Sun Wukong and the monk Xuanzang/Tripitaka in Journey to the West.
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Mahjong Hishouden: Shin Naki no Ryuu is a Miscellaneous game, published by Bec, which was released in Japan in 1995.
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Mahjong Sengoku Monogatari is a mahjong game developed for the Super Famicom in 1994. Unlike many other mahjong games made this late in the 16-bit era, Mahjong Sengoku Monogatari only supports one-on-one mahjong games with a CPU opponent.

The game is based around the Sengoku (Warring States) era and features many famous daimyos from the period, who compete against each other in mahjong for land/resources. The game features a story mode, an exhibition versus mode and an elimination tournament mode.
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Mahjong Taikai II ("Mahjong Tournament II") is a Koei mahjong game and the sequel to Super Mahjong Taikai. Like its predecessor, it features multiple historical figures to compete against in four-person mahjong games. The game features multiple modes and comedic skits with its two hosts.

Koei produced numerous Mahjong Taikai games for various systems, playing with their reputation for producing historical strategic simulation games to mash together several famous historical figures from various eras.
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Buy Park Place! Sell Marvin Gardens! Build Hotels! Collect Rents! Go to Jail! With advanced 16-bit technology, your in the middle of the wheeling and dealing action on an animated board that makes the classic real estate game come to life! Action-filled vignettes show the scene as you buy, sell build and collect from your opponents. The system handles all the accounting for fast action and quick deals. Play a random game or speed things up with a pre-set senario. Whether you play alone or challenge human or computer players, your goal is to aquire the most wealth--and drive your opponents to financial ruin!
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Pro Mahjong Kiwame is a Miscellaneous game, published by Athena, which was released in Japan in 1993
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Pro Mahjong Kiwame II is a Miscellaneous game, published by Athena, which was released in Japan in 1994.
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Pro Mahjong Kiwame III is a Miscellaneous game, published by Athena, which was released in Japan in 1995.
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Pro Mahjong Tsuwamono is a mahjong game developed and published by Culture Brain for the Nintendo in Japan on November 5, 1999.
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Pro Mahjong Tsuwamono is a Miscellaneous game, published by Culture Brain, which was released in Japan in 1997
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Tadaima Yuusha Boshuuchuu Okawari (ただいま勇者募集中おかわり) is a Japan-exclusive Board game, developed and published by Human Entertainment, which was released in 1994.

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Yuujin no Furi Furi Girls ("U-Jin's Furi Furi Girls") is a hybrid RPG/board game similar to Dokapon, which was published exclusively in Japan for the Super Famicom in 1994. Like its 1993 contemporary Yuujin: Janjyu Gakuen, it heavily features the artwork of anime artist U-Jin, best known for his eroge manga (though the game itself does not contain any pornographic material).

Every turn each character rolls a dice that moves them that many spaces around the board. Along the way they will find cash, new weapons, health pick-ups and other items. They will also encounter monsters, and must beat them in janken (rock-scissor-paper) matches to remove them from the board. The goal for every player is to defeat the monster that holds the key to the exit, and then reach the exit with the key. The player can choose between four heroines, each with different starting stats/cash.
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