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Manufacturer: Visco Games

Visco Games released 27 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1986. Visco Games was based in Japan.

The 5 most common machines by Visco Games owned by VAPS members are (in order):
Andro Dunos , Neo Mr. Do! , Captain Tomaday , Goal! Goal! Goal! , Breakers

The 5 most common machines by Visco Games wanted by VAPS members are (in order):
Bang Bead , Captain Tomaday , Drift Out , Galmedes , Neo Mr. Do!

Entries in this index: 27
Name Year Type Genre Description Images
Andro Dunos 1992 Videogame / Shooter Shooter
Ashura Blaster 1990 Videogame Shooter
Bang Bead 2000 Videogame Ball and Paddle
Battle Flip Shot 1998 Videogame Ball and Paddle
Block Carnival 1992 Videogame Ball and Paddle
Breakers 1996 Videogame Fighting
Breakers Revenge 1998 Videogame Fighting
Captain Tomaday 1999 Videogame Scrolling Fighter
Dramatic Adventure Quiz Keith & Lucy 1993 Videogame
Drift Out 1991 Videogame Racing
Drift Out '94 - The Hard Order 1994 Videogame Driving game
Earth Joker - U.N. Defense Force 1993 Videogame Shooter
Galmedes 1992 Videogame Shooter
Goal! Goal! Goal! 1995 Videogame Sports
Joryu Shogi Kyoshitsu 1997 Videogame
Keith & Lucy 1993 Videogame Adventure
Koi Koi Shimasho 1995 Videogame Card
Koi Koi Shimasho 2 1997 Videogame
Kokontouzai Eto Monogatari 1994 Videogame Puzzle
Monster Slider 1997 Videogame
Neo Mr. Do! 1996 Videogame Labyrinth/Maze
Real Mahjong Paipai Seichouhen 1986 Videogame Mahjong
Storm Blade 1996 Videogame Shooter
Thunder & Lightning 2 1992 Videogame Ball and Paddle
U.N. Defense Force: Earth Joker 1993 Videogame
Vasara 2000 Videogame Shooter
Vasara 2 2001 Videogame Shooter

The proceeding is a list of machines known to have been made by Visco Games.
Click on any machine name to bring up the encyclopedia page for that machine.
Click on the 'Year' or 'Type' column headers to sort the table accordingly.

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