Asmik Games

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Sega Genesis

Air Diver

Air Diver Game
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It's a Simulation - Flight Combat Sim that has you destroy everyone in your way in order to hit your goal: to reach your destination.
Sega Genesis

Verytex

Verytex Game
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Verytex is a horizontal scrolling shooting game that was only released in Japan. Players controlled the Verytex, a futuristic spaceship, on its journey to protect mankind from waves of enemies in six different levels.

Ransei no Hasha

Ransei no Hasha is a Strategy game, published by Asmik Ace Entertainment, Inc, which was released in Japan in 1991.
Sega Genesis

Cutie Suzuki's Ringside Angel

Ringside Angel is a Wrestling game, developed by Copya Systems and published by Asmik Ace Entertainment, Inc, which was released in Japan in 1990.
Sega Genesis

Wurm: Journey to the Center of the Earth

Wurm turns towards originality. Instead of delivering straightforward shoot-out action, it offers several fast-paced, albeit familiar, play modes.
NES

Evert and Lendl Top Players' Tennis

Top Players' Tennis is one smashing new title for sports and tennis lovers everywhere.
NES

D-Force

It's a vertical scrolling video game that allows you, as the player, to take action guiding an Apache helicopter in defeating the enemy dictator in the Middle East.
SNES

Paladin's Quest

Paladin's Quest draws gameplay features from many other games of its era, and adds some interesting innovations of its own to the mix. Like many RPGs, the game has a battle mode and an adventure mode - within the adventure mode, the character might..
SNES

Xardion

Xardion is an action platform game with a role-playing element where experience points could be accrued by defeating enemies and bosses, and each level up rewarded the cyborg with increased maximum life and ammo meters.
SNES