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The Dumping Project
Wanted Dumps List


This is the *only* OFFICIAL and ORIGINAL Dumping Project List.
If you want to help find and dump new items for MAME, please check over the following list of items.
Note! This list is not exhaustive, nor 100% accurate. This is simply a listing of games that are not dumped.
There is no 'most wanted' list anymore, it is ALL wanted. You may find 'other' amateur wanted lists on the net, however none of those people are at the cutting edge of dumping technology, nor do they work in the arcade industry as I do, so none of those lists are accurate nor official.

Some PCB Shops are listed here if you want to try to track down some of the wanted items.

However, NOTE! It doesn't help to merely locate a game (especially a new one that we probably already
know is for sale somewhere). In many cases locating is not an issue. Getting enough money to buy them
is the main issue and emulating it now is another issue. Maybe in 5 years or so we'll start to buy new
games (>2000) regularly as prices drop. Alternatively, you are free to buy it and send it to me at any time.

The information on this page would not have been available without the knowledge of others.
Thanks goes to everyone who helped. BIG thanks to Randy 'Mr. Goodwraith' Hoffman for starting all of this and
Ranger Lennier for assistance with finding undumped games to add to this list.

If you are looking for a MESS/console wanted list, there is one at http://mess.toseciso.org/dumping:info
Although remember, anything not in MESS is wanted. I don't limit myself to dumping ROMs for MAME. I will dump anything, including console ROMs, cartridges or anything else that might need to be preserved, including ROMs in old computers and any type of add-in card or whatever.

This list took many many months to create. You may print it out or keep a local copy for your personal use.
You MUST NOT copy this and re-distribute it online or wiki it without my permission.
This list changes sometimes many times daily, so keeping a copy online is pointless anyway....




Laser Discs
The method to back-up Laser Discs has been finalised by Aaron Giles so this is an accurate list of LD's that are needed. It's probably best to discuss this with Aaron if you have something wanted because backing these up the right way is not trivial.

American Laser Games - "Gallagher's Gallery"
Atari - "Golf Simulator" (1984)
"Road Runner" (1983) -- prototype laserdisc game
Bluth Group - "The Sea Beast And Barnacle Bill" (1984) -- cancelled so probably wasn't produced
Funai - "Interstellar Zangus" (ever finished/released?, c. 1985) -- laserdisc game, sequel to "Interstellar Laser Fantasy"; a flyer and marquee have been seen
Konami - "Max Mile" (laserdisc game, ever finished/released?, c. 1984)
Laserdisc Computer Systems - "Eon And The Time Tunnel" (1983) -- laserdisc game, ever finished/released?
Millennium Game Products - "Freedom Fighter"
Namco - "Galaxian^3 : Project Dragoon (Theatre 6)" (1990) -- Namco System 21 hardware + laserdisk for backgrounds
Namco - "Galaxian^3 J2 : Attack Of The Zolgear" (1994) -- Similar game to Galaxian^3 (theater setting) but you could choose your path at certain parts of the game. According to Styx, Zolgear was a conversion kit for Galaxian^3, with a different romset and laserdisc. Might be dumped soon, thanks to some crazy guys from Belgium http://www.dragonslairfans.com/smfor/index.php?topic=231.0
Nova Games - "Street Viper" (1993) -- laserdisc game
Nova Productions - "Platoon"
RDI Video Systems (MESS Candidate)
NOTE: These laserdisc follow-ups to "Thayers Quest" were intended for the Halcyon home system, not the arcades, but still need to be preserved:
"Orpheus" (ever finished?, c. 1984)
"Shadow of the Stars" (ever finished?, c. 1984)
"The Spirit of the Whittier Mansion" (ever finished?, c. 1984)
"Voyage to the New World" (ever finished?, c. 1984)
Sega & Sega-Gremlin - "Albegas"/"Cybernaut" (with Bally/Midway, ever finished/released?, c. 1983, laserdisc game) -- a disc is known, but no board has been found
"Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock" (ever finished/released?, c. 1984, laserdisc game)
Status - "Casino Strip" (1984, laserdisc game)
Stern - "Atomic" (with Sega and Bally/Midway, prototype, 1983, laserdisc game) -- possibly only one copy in existence
"Gold Medal with Bruce Jenner" (prototype, 1984, laserdisc game) -- supposedly only two copies in existence
"Pitchman" (prototype, 1983, laserdisc game) -- possibly only one copy in existence
Taito - "Cosmos Circuit" (1984, laserdisc game)
"Laser Grand Prix" (1983, laserdisc game)
"Ninja Hayate" (1984, laserdisc game)
"Space Battleship Yamato" (1985, laserdisc game)
"Time Gal" (1985, laserdisc game)
Universal - "Adventure Mr. Do!" (1984) -- prototype laserdisc game
"Captain Zapp" (ever finished/released?, scheduled for Sept. 1985, laserdisc game)
"Top Gear 2" (ever finished/released?, scheduled for Sept. 1985, laserdisc game)
Web Picmatic - "Marbella Vice" (1994) -- laserdisc game
"Zorton Brothers" (1993) -- laserdisc game
"Tierras Salvajes"
Possible: Nihon Bussan / AV Japan
"Burning Rush" (2000) -- a racing game that uses computer-generated graphics for gameplay, but uses a laserdisc to display cinema scenes

------------- End Laser Disc Games ------------




Video Games

3001 AD
"Angler's Quest" (2005)
"Angler's Quest Deluxe" (2005)

8ing / Hudson Soft
"Bloody Roar 3" (2001) -- System 246 hardware

8ing / Raizing
"Bloody Roar: Hyper Beast Duel" (1997) -- copy of "Beastorizer"

A-1 Supply
"Draw Poker" (year unknown)

Able
"Toride 2" (1994) -- not the same as the Metro "Toride II" game in MAME
"Kuru Kuru Chameleon" (2006) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Able / Milestone
"Chaos Field" (2004) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Acclaim
"Magic The Gathering: Armageddon" (1997) -- only a few were shipped before Acclaim's coin-op division went out of business. We have a partial dump but it's missing the surface mounted ROMs on the top board

Ace Vending Corp
"Star Fighter" (1980) -- bootleg of Centuri's Eagle

ACL Manufacturing
"The Dealer: Draw Poker Hi-Lo" (year unknown)

Action Video
"Surfer" (ever finished/released?, c. 1987)

AEA
"Kubiks" (1984)
"Rolling Ball" (1982) -- it would also be nice to have a dump of the Taito licensed version
"Silver Dollar" (1979) -- clone of Meadows's "Dead Eye"
"Super Head On" (1979) -- clone of Sega's "Head On 2"
NOTE: See also the entry for Zaccaria's "Arcade Super-Reflex"

Afega
"Air Fox" (1995)
"Dolmen" (1995)
"Baby Dream " (2000)
"God of War" (1998)
"Hammer Boy" (2001)
"Puzzle Land" (1996)
"Puzzle World"(1995)
"Red Hawk" (1997) -- Korean Afega version is not dumped. Only the 'New Vision Enterprises' licensed version is dumped.

AGM
"Pong" (1999)

Air Combat School
"Flight Simulation" (year unknown) -- a flight simulator game

Alfa System
"Shikigami no Shiro II" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Shikigami no Shiro III" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Allied Leisure
"Chase" or "Chase 1" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Firepower" (1976) -- Non-CPU, discrete TTL logic
"Ski" (1975) -- Non-CPU
"Street Burners" (1975) -- Non-CPU, has one 256 x8 Biploar PROM
"Zap" (1980)
"Super Shifter" (1974) -- Non-CPU, discrete OP-AMP logic

Allumer
"War of Aero" (1993) -- the Yang Cheng licensed version is in MAME; an Allumer version exists

Alpha Denshi (ADK)
"Droppers" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1996)
"Fun Fun Bros." (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1991)
"Jump Bug" Original Version (with Coreland, 1981) -- the Rock-Ola version is in MAME
"Mystic Wand" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1991)
"Oshidashi Zintrick" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart,1996)
"Sunshine" or "Sun Shine" (1990) -- Neo-Geo MVS hardware, never officially released, but was in a test location in July 1990
"Crossed Swords 2" (1992) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, was in a test location in September 1992
"Dance RhythMIX" (2002) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart
"Violent Run" (1985) -- by Eastern Corp for Alpha Denshi
"Champion Croquet" (1984)
"Tune Pit" (1985)
"Perfect Janputer" (1985)

Alstate Group
"Battle Back" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982)

Altare Advanced Technologies, Inc.
"Blade Force" (1995) -- VR game on X-O-Tron VR hardware
"Descent" (1995) -- VR game on X-O-Tron VR hardware
"Shock Wave" (1995) -- VR game on X-O-Tron VR hardware
"Total Eclipse" (1995) -- VR game on X-O-Tron VR hardware

Antares Virtual Reality Systems
"ShockWave: Operation Jumpgate" (1995) -- VR version of 3DO game by Electronic Arts on Reality Sled hardware
"VR Stalker" (1995) -- VR version of 3DO game by Morpheus Interactive on Reality Sled hardware

Altron
"Moeru Kajinyo (Burning Casino) (2002) -- NAOMI GDROM h/w, table mini games, includes Bakara, Black Jack, Slot machines etc. mature nudity
"Danchi de Quiz Okusan Yontaku Desuyo!" (2000) -- Sega ST-V hardware

Alway Electronic Components
Licensed version of Omori's "Popper" (1983)

Amedio
"Quiz K Tie Q Mode" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

American Alpha
"Zoom Zoom Stationary Plane Ride" (2001)

American Laser Games
"Way of the Warrior" (1994)
"Mazer" (1993) -- 3DO-based hardware, ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=250&image=1
"Night Warden" (199?) -- 3DO-based hardware, ever finished/released?
"Rockerball" (1992) -- 3DO-based hardware, ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=626&image=1
"VR Stalker" (1992) -- 3DO-based hardware, ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=626&image=1

American Sammy
"Deer Hunting USA" (2000)
"Trophy Hunting" (2002)
"Turkey Hunting USA" (2000)
"Wing Shooting Championship" (2001)

American Sun-tronics
Licensed version of Tehkan's "Red Clash" (1982)

Amstar Electronics
"21 Blackjack" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982)
"Draw Poker" (1982)
"Hold & Draw" (year unknown)

Amtec
"Batman" (1980) -- "Pac-Man" bootleg
"Tornado" (1980) -- clone of "Defender"; same game as any of the others named "Tornado"?

Amuseworld
"Ez2dancer 1st Move" (2000)
"Ez2dancer 2nd Move" (2001)
"Ez2dancer UK Move" (2002)
"Ez2dancer UK Move Special Edition" (2003)

Amutech
"The Great White Buffalo Hunt" (ever finished/released?, c. 1977, 6800-based hardware)
"Space Ace" (ever finished/released?, c. 1977) -- "Space War" clone? (cabs shown in flyer have "Space War" marquees)

Amutronics
"Bowl.A.Tron" (year unknown) -- non-CPU

Andamiro
"Pump It Up: Feel The Beat - THE PREX: The International Dance Floor" (2001)
"Pump It Up - DX" (2000)
"Pump It Up - The Premiere" (2001)
"Pump It Up - The Premiere 2" (2002)
"Bingo Show" (2006) -- a big-screen game supporting up to 200 players from individual control units

Angel Studios
"Dr. Megow's Mad Cap Ornithon" (199?) -- VR game
"F1 NetRace" (199?) -- VR game
"Orbit Defender" (199?) -- VR game

Apple Industries
"Balloon & Balloon / BnB Arcade" (2003) -- licensed American version of the Eolith game, http://www.appleindustries.net/bnb/index.html

Aqua Thought
"Swim With Dolphins" (1994) -- VR game on Cyberfin hardware

Arcadia
"Aaargh!" (1988)
"Blasta Ball" (1988)
"Golf" (1990?) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3469&image=1
"Mr. Do Run '90" (1990?) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3469&image=1
"N.Y. Warriors" (1988)
"Pool" (1989)
"Rockford" (1988)
"X Soldier" (1990?) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3469&image=1
"Zeta Force" (1990?) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3469&image=1

Arika
"Technic Beat" (2002) -- Namco System 246 hardware
"Tetris The Grand Master 3 - Terror-Instinct" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Art
"Seven Par" (1999)

Art & Magic
Any undumped game, including:
"Casino Poker" (1999)
"Dice Roulette" (1999)
"Magic Tennis" (1998) -- very limited distribution
"Shout & Shoot" (1998) -- very limited distribution
"Spellsinger" (prototype, 1994)
"Western Shooting" (1994) -- very limited distribution

Artic / ATW
"Max Magic" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)
"Polar Explorer" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983)
"Racing A" (1982) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=1826&image=3
"Super Star" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)
"Scramble" (1981) -- licensed from Konami
"Witches Way" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983)

Aruze
"Donchan no Hanabi de Doon" (2003)
"HiPai Paradise - Shin Super Real Mahjong Series" (2002)
"HiPai Paradise 2 - onsen ni ikou yo! - Shin Super Real Mahjong Series" (2004) -- this is a cart for the Seta Aleck64 hardware
"Kurukuru Fever" (2002)

Aruze / Takumi
"Don Puzzle" (2003) -- might be the same game as "Donchan no Hanabi de Doon" listed above

Astec21
"Shinryu Senki - Warlock Of The Fates" or "The Warlocks Of The Fates" (1995) -- Neo-Geo MVS hardware, an unreleased prototype shown at the Tokyo Omocha Show in June 1995

Astro Corp. (http://www.astrocorp.com.tw)
All of their gambling games, including...
"Magic Bomb"
"Western Venture"
"Monkey Land"
"Magic 7"
"Magic Hammer"
"Crazy Circus"
"Little Witch"
"Poker Match"
"Go & Stop"
"Lucky Wheel"
"Show Hand"
"Texas Champion"
"Win Win Bingo"
"Zulu"
"UR Dealer"
"Smart Holder"
"Joker Fire"
"Poker 106"
"Dino Dino"
"Poker & Liner"
"Lucky Coin"
"Luck Spin"
"Stone Age"
"Dragon Hunter"
"Olympian Games"
"Dragon Slayer"
"Mars Fortune"
"Formula X"
"Lord Of War"
"Black Beard"
"Ra' Scepter"
"Flying Ace"
"Barbarossa"
"Hawaii"
"Treasure Hunting"
"World War II"
"Magic Tarot"
"Fairy Tales"
"Halloween Party"
"Arabian Night"
"The Circus"

Atari
"3 On 3 Basketball" (1994) -- prototype on CoJag hardware
"Accelerator" (1988) -- prototype on System 2 hardware
"Agent X" (1983) -- prototype version of "Cloak & Dagger"
"Akka Arrh" (prototype, 1980)
"Aladdin" (year unknown) -- possibly a prototype name for "Arabian"
"Alpha 1" (1983) -- prototype version of "Major Havoc"
"Amazing Adventure" (1982) -- unreleased prototype
"Anti-Aircraft" (a.k.a. Anti-Aircraft II) (1975) -- non-cpu, but has ROM data for plane's graphics
"Arcade Driver" (year unknown)
"Asteroids" (198?) -- prototype on System 1 hardware (not the same as the 6502 Vector hardware game)
"BMX Heat" (prototype, 1991)
"Beavis and Butt-head" (unfinished prototype, 1995,3DO hardware) -- note that existing copies of this game have various levels of completeness
"Blood Lust" -- same hardware as Area 51 Site 4, need hard drive backup + ROMs
"Bounty Hunter" (199?) -- prototype, runs on hardware similar to "Cyber Storm"
"California Speed (Hyperdrive conversion)" (1998) -- the regular version is dumped, but there was also a conversion kit from Midway's "Hyperdrive" which differed in that it didn't use the 4 position shift lever
"Captain Seahawk" (prototype, 1978)
"Cyberstorm" (prototype, 1993)
"Danger Express" (1992) -- pic1, pic2, pic3
"Die Alien Scum!!" (with Time Warner Interactive, prototype, 1996, 3DO hardware)
"Dirtbike" (prototype, 197?)
"Dodgem" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Dominos" (1977) -- 4-player cocktail version
"Dozer" (199?) -- unreleased prototype
"Dragon Rider" (1982) -- prototype that never made it past the testing phase
"E.T." (1984) -- unreleased prototype on hardware similar to "Return Of The Jedi"
"Fast Draw" (ever released?, with Arcade Engineering, 1977) -- Jack Pearson of A.E. has said they developed this game and sold it to Atari; not the same as the American Laser game or the poker machine of this title
"Force Field" (1981) -- unreleased prototype
"Heart Of Ice" (1982) -- prototype
"Heist" (1982) -- prototype
"Hod Rod Rebels" (2000) -- unreleased sequel to San Francisco Rush 2049, runs on a PC with a special security board to prevent bootlegging
"Hyperspace" (1981) -- prototype
"Interchange" (prototype, 1982)
"Launch Aircraft" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Le Mans" (1976) –- non-CPU, ROM used to display car, score, timer, and race tracks
"Malibu" (year unknown) -- prototype on 6502 vector hardware
"Marble Madness 2: Marble Man" (prototype, 1991) -- only 4 known complete examples exist. It's dumped but currently being hoarded so not available publicly :-/
"Maze Invaders" (prototype, 1982)
"Missile Command Deluxe" (prototype, 1981)
"Nightmare" (prototype, 1982) -- pic1.Game is dumped+emulated, but being hoarded so not available publicly :-/
"Outlaw" (1976) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics
"Quak!" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics. Schematics at http://www.mameworld.net/discrete/Atari/Quak/Qwak.pdf
"Quiz Show" (with Kee Games, 1976) -- we need question data from 8-track tapes. pic1, pic2
"San Francisco Rush: The Rock Wavenet" (1996?) -- a version of the game that allowed network play over a broadband line installed at the arcade
"Shooting World" -- same hardware as Area 51 Site 4, need hard drive backup + ROMs
"Solar War / Super Man / Orion XIV" (1979) -- prototype sequel to Video Pinball
"Star Trap" (prototype, 1981)
"Stock Car" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Stunt Cycle" (1976) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics
"UFO" (ever finished/released?, c. 1979)
"Bar Top 5200" (1983) -- prototype countertop system using modified Atari 5200; a game, Barroom Baseball, has been dumped, but a dump of the system BIOS is needed
"Relief Pitcher" (198?) -- prototype on System 1 hardware, not the same as the 1992 game on 68000 based hardware
"Road Runner" (198?) -- prototype on 6502 Colour Raster hardware, not the same as Road Runner on System 1 hardware
"Onslaught" (1982) -- prototype
"Parking Lot" (1982) -- prototype
"Power Gem" (1982) -- prototype
"Sebring" (year unknown) -- prototype
"Space Shoot" (1981) -- prototype
"Aliens" (1980) -- prototype version of Tempest, the ROMs currently available may have been modified to run on a multi-game bootleg
"The Last Starfighter" (1984) -- cancelled at a preliminary stage, an early prototype board might or might not have been created
"Thogs" (1981) -- prototype
"Time Traveller" (1981) -- prototype, not the same as the Sega laserdisc game
"Tube Chase" (1982) -- prototype vector version of Tunnel Hunt
"Vortex" (1980) -- prototype version of Tempest, the ROMs currently available may have been modified to run on a multi-game bootleg
"Warp Speed" (1982) -- prototype
"World Rally" (1993) -- licensed American version of the Gaelco game

Atari / Horror Games
"Shark Jaws" (1975) -- non-CPU, uses ROM chips for shark, fish, and swimmer graphics

Atari / Kee Games
"Crossfire" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Indy 4" (1976) -- non-CPU, PROM stores motion code values, ROM used to generate score window (and probably other graphical elements); this is a four-player version of Indy 800
"Indy 800" (1975) -- non-CPU, PROM stores motion code values, ROM used to generate score windows (and probably other graphical elements); this game had a massive 16 square foot table and allowed up to eight players
"Pursuit" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics, manual available at http://www.mameworld.net/discrete/Atari/Pursuit/Pursuit.pdf
"Tank" (1974) -- non-CPU, the first game to use ROM chips
"Tank II" (1975) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Tank III" (1975) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Witch Hunt" (1977)

Athena
"Pro Mahjong Goku" (1994)

Atlus
"Arm Spirit" (2007) -- arm-wrestling video game; all 150 units recalled when three players broke an arm
"Print Club Vol. 3" (1995 or 1996) -- System C-2 hardware
"Print Club 2" (1997) -- ST-V hardware

Bally Midway
"Tron (prototype)" (1982) -- a very early in development prototype was sold on eBay a few years ago

Bally / Sente
"Euro Stocker" (SAC-I hardware, 1984)
"Team Hat Trick" (prototype on SAC-I hardware, 1985)
"Trick Shot" (SAC-I hardware, 1984?)
"Trivial Pursuit" (SAC-I hardware, 1986) -- British, German, and Spanish versions, except Spanish Volume III
"Mini Golf" -- cocktail version

Bandai / Dimps
"Datacarddass Dragon Ball Z" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Banpo Electronics
"Korean Pro Baseball 98" (1998)

Banpresto
"Gundam Battle Operating Simulator" (2005) -- Sega Chihiro hardware
"Mobile Suit Gundam 0079 Card Builder" (2005) -- Naomi 2 Satellite Terminal hardware
"SD Gundam Gaiden Burning Attack" (1993)
"USO 800" a.k.a. "USO Hakkenki" (1994, fortune-teller machine)
"Mario Undoukai" (1993) -- Japanese DDR-type game for kids
"Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix" (2006) -- System 246 hardware
"Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix 2" (2007) -- System 246 hardware

Banpresto / Dimps
"Mobile Suit Gundam 0079" (2006) -- Chihiro hardware

Banpresto / Spike
"Chou Dragonball Z" (2005) -- System 256 hardware

Barcrest
"Tetris Payout" (year unknown)

Bend Electronics
"Challenger Black Jack 21" (year unknown)
"Challenger Draw Poker" (year unknown)
"Challenger In Between" (year unknown)

Bertolino
"Combat" (ever finished/released?, c. 1977)

Bell Fruit
"Rise of the Robots" (with Mirage, 1995)
"Zool" (1993, RasterSpeed hardware)
"Beeline" - 3.5" disk based
"Brain Box" - 3.5" disk based
"Brain Box II" - 3.5" disk based
"Inquizitor" - 3.5" disk based
"Top of the Pops" - CD based
"The Phraze that Pays" - CD based

BG Video
"Moon Striker" (1980)
"Cosmic Wars" (date unknown)
"Firebird" (date unknown)
"Rallycross" (date unknown)

Blitz System
"Mega Double Strip Poker" (year unknown)

Bonanza Enterprises
"5 Card Poker" (date unknown)
"Diamond Poker Double-Up" (year unknown)
"Golden Poker Double Up" (year unknown)
"Mini-Boy 7" (year unknown) -- collection of seven games
"Mini-Boy Golden Poker Double Up" (date unknown)
"Treble Breakout" (date unknown)
"TV Invader" (date unknown)
"TV Poker" (date unknown)

Brass International, licensed by Entertainment Enterprise
"Vampire" (1983)

Braze Technologies
"Double Donkey Kong" (1999) -- a hack allowing both "Donkey Kong" and "Donkey Kong Jr." to run on a Donkey Kong Jr. board

Bulova
"Silverball Countertop(?)" (2006?) -- "Silverball Touchscreen game". Has over 40 games: Pac-Man clone, card games, nudity, etc.

Cal Omega
"Double Draw" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Double Up" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Gin!" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"High Score" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Pixels" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Skill-Stop Poker" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Super Blackjack" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Wild Double Up" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet
"Winner's Choice" (1981?) -- for Derringer cabinet

Capcom
"Ashita Tenki ni Naare" (1990) -- Mitchell hardware
"Buster Buddies" (1995) -- American version of "Pang! 3"
"Cannon Spike" or "Gunspike" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Capcom Fighting All Stars" (2003) -- System 246 hardware
"Capcom Fighting Jam" (2004) -- System 246 hardware. CD/DVD needed, dongle secured.
"Dokaben 2" (1989)
"Galum Pa!" (prototype on CPS-2 hardware, 1994?)
"Ken Sei Mogura" (199?) -- CPS-2 hardware (maybe)
"Kono e-Tako" (2003) - by Mitchell, on Namco System 10 hardware
"Mallet Madness" (1999) -- a redemption game. Use a hand-held mallet to hit on-screen targets. http://www.hanaho.com/products/MalletMadness/
"Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age Of Heroes" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"PrideGP 2003" (2003) -- System 246 hardware
"Project Justice - Rival Schools 2" (2000) -- Naomi hardware, US version of "Moero! Justice Gakuen"
"Rockman EXE - The Arcade Medal Edition" (2005)
"Rockman EXE" (2006) -- System 246 hardware
"Street Fighter IV" (2008) -- Taito Type X2 hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Tiger Road (World version)" (1987)
"1944: The Loop Master 000620 Asia" -- CPS2 hardware
"War Of The Grail" (2006) -- Taito Type X+ hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Capcom / Bandai
"Mobile Suit Gundam SEED : Alliance Vs Z.A.F.T." (2005) -- Capcom System 246 hardware, if it exists?
"Mobile Suit Gundam SEED : Federation Vs. Z.A.F.T." (2005) -- System 246 hardware

Capcom / Banpresto
"Z Gundam DX" (2004) -- Namco System 256 hardware

Capcom / Namco
"Gun Survivor 2 - Biohazard Code Veronica" (2001) -- Naomi hardware
"Gun Survivor 3 - Dino Crisis" (2002) -- Capcom System 246 hardware

Capcom / SNK
"Capcom Vs. SNK 2 - Mark Of The Millenium 2001" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Carousel Entertainment
"Skycopter II" (199?) -- intended for use in a kiddie ride with Atari Jaguar hardware, but never released
"Speedster II" (199?) -- intended for use in a kiddie ride with Atari Jaguar hardware, but never released

Casino Electronics
"K Race" (1986)
"X Race" (1986)

Cave
Campaign Arrange Version of "DoDonPachi" (limited release, 1997)-- reportedly 100 copies made and given to contest high scorers
"Espgaluda II" (2005)
"DoDonPachi Dai-Ou-Jou" (2002) -- PGM hardware
"DoDonPachi Dai-Ou-Jou Black Label" (2002) -- PGM hardware
"Espgaluda" (2003) -- Single PCB but PGM-based hardware
"Ibara" (2005)
"Mushihime Sama" (2004)
"Ibara Kuro: Black Label"(2006)
"Pink Sweets: Ibara Sorekara" (2006)
"Puzzle! Mushihime-Tama" (2005)
"Ketsui - Kizuna Jigoku Tachi" or "Ke-Tsu-I - Kizunajigokutachi" (2002) -- Single PCB but PGM-based hardware

CCG MetaMedia
"BreakServe, Virtual Tennis" (1992) -- VR game on REALWare VR hardware
"Cyber Pong" (1992) -- VR game on REALWare VR hardware
"Virtual Darts" (1992) -- VR game on REALWare VR hardware
"Virtual Hoops" (1992) -- VR game on REALWare VR hardware

Central Leisure System
"Menkyo Training Machine" (1983)

Centuri
"Battle Star" (1979) -- same as the Sega/Gremlin game?
"Space Bug" (1979)

Century Consolidated
"The Grand-Slam VIII" (year unknown) -- possibly non-CPU

Century Electronics
"El Grande" (year unknown)
"Horizon" (198?) -- CVS system, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=3434
"Outlaw" (198?) -- CVS system, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=3434
"Reaction" (year unknown)
"Space Warp" (1983) -- conversion for Galaxian PCB
"Super Shot" (198?) -- CVS system, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=3434
"Voyager" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Chameleon
"Formula 1 Racing" (199?) -- VR game on Chameleon hardware
"Labyrinth Rangers" (199?) -- VR game on Chameleon hardware
"Thunderbolt Air" (199?) -- VR game on Chameleon hardware

Cheongsol
"Nine Catcher" ("Championship Horse Race") (1999)

Cherry Leisure
"Rally Cross" (year unknown)

Chicago Coin
"Demolition Derby" (1976) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics, licensed version of Exidy's "Destruction Derby"
"Super Flipper" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics, a video game in a pinball-shaped cabinet

Chicago Gaming Company
"Nicktoons Racing" (2003) -- This is probably 'Nicktoons Nitro Racing' by Raw Thrills

Cinematronics
"Express Delivery" (ever finished/released?, c. 1984)
"Hovercraft" (never released, c. 1983) -- 68K-based vector game, software might still exist
"Info-Mania/Reflex" (ever finished/released?, date unknown) 
"Outpost" (prototype for "Boxing Bugs," 1981?) -- vector game
"Blitz" (1978) -- a prototype was tested but never released, later sold to Vectorbeam and released as Barrier

Coastal Amusement
"Pop-A-Ball" (199?) -- includes both video and electromechanical components
"Pop-A-Ball II" (199?) -- includes both video and electromechanical components
"Pop-A-Tac-Toe" (199?) -- includes both video and electromechanical components
"Pop-A-Tac-Toe II" (199?) -- includes both video and electromechanical components

Coinex
"Barracuda" (1982)

Coinmaster
"Hi-Lo" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Comad
"Beat Player 2000" (2000) -- a conversion kit for Konami's "Beatmania"
"Fantasia" -- Korean version is undumped
"Hell Out" (ever finished/released?, c. 1992)
"Let's Dance Type 1" (2000)
"Let's Dance Type 2" (2000)
"Pushman" (1990) -- The original 'adult' version. The existing dump is bad; the American Sammy licensed version is in MAME
"Pushman" (Top Tronic license)

Comercial Electronica
"Mototour" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Compile
"Aleste 2" (1990) -- Mega-Tech hardware
"Nou-kone Puzzle Takoron" (Compile Heart,2007/02)

Compu-Games A/S
"Mystic Man" (1980) -- clone of Pac-Man, perhaps a licensed version for Denmark

Computran
"Super Tank" (1981) -- licensed American version of the Video Games GMBH game

Coreland / Sega
"119" (for Sega, prototype or limited release in Japan, 1986)
"Noboranka" (for Data East, 1986) -- Original version or possibly licensed with Sega or Coreland copyright?
"Oh Shou" (1982) -- shougi-themed game
"Rafflesia (unencrypted)" (1986) -- entire romset needs to be redumped
"Senryaku Game Bopeep" (for Sega, prototype or limited release?, 1986)
"Tadaima Tokkun-chu" (1985) -- on Sega System 1 hardware

Cosmos
Licensed version of UPL's "Mouser" (1983)

Creative Worlds
"Knight Drop" (1995) -- VR game on CWI Arcade hardware

C Technologies Inc.
"Grid Master" (1995) -- flight simulation game on Century C2000 hardware

CTO-Catalana De Technologies
"Far West Draw Poker" (2002)

Current Technology
"AppleJack" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Cybermind
"Killer Loop" (2000)
"MotorHead" (2000)

Cybermind Canada
"Rise Of The Triad" (1995) -- VR game on VR Cobra hardware
"Terminal Velocity" (1995) -- VR game on VR Cobra hardware
"V.E.R.T. Vertical Emergency Response Team" (1995) -- VR game on VR Cobra hardware
"VR Laser" (1995) -- VR game on VR Cobra hardware

Daeseung
"Mary and Jjong" (1998)

Dale Associates
"Player's Choice" (year unknown)
"Two Hands Against The Dealer" (year unknown)

Data East
"18 Hole Pro Golf" (1984) -- version of "Pro Golf" with all eighteen holes
"Air Walkers" (ever finished?, c. 1996, Sega Model 2 hardware)
"Angler Dangler" (dedicated version, 1982)
"DS Telejan" (dedicated version, 1981) -- 4-player version, no 2-player dedicated version?
"Fighting Fantasy (World version)" (1989)
"Gun Hard" (1994) -- Japanese version of "Locked 'n Loaded"
"Hammer Car" (1983)
"Heavy Barrel" (1987) -- The Japanese version is needed
"Karate Champ (France)" (1984) -- A version exists where the girl's dialog is in French
"Kiss Off" (Sega ST-V cartridge, 1996) -- world version of "Mausuke no Ojama the World"
"Mad Lander" (1980?), if it exists; yet another version of "Mad Alien"/"Mad Rider"?
"Mad Rider" (1980) -- another version of Mad Alien / Mad Lander? Maybe one of these will show 'Mad Rider' on the title screen?
"Manhattan" (dedicated version, 1981), if it exists
"Mole Hunter" (1980)
"Noboranka" (1986) -- Seems to be also known as 'Zippy Bug'. a bootleg version by Game Electronics is in MAME
"Pro Bowling" (dedicated version, 1983), if it exists
"Quiz Omaeni Pipon Cho!" (ever finished?, c. 1996, Sega ST-V hardware)
"Ring King II" (1986)
"Space Fighter" (1979) -- a b/w Space Invaders clone. The 2nd version named 'Space Figher MKII' is in MAME
"Taekwondo" (1984) -- Korean version of Karate Champ
"Terranean" (dedicated version, 1980)
"Tokyo MIE Clinic"/"Tokyo MIE Sinrohiyo" (dedicated version, 1984)
"Treasure Island" (dedicated version, 1982), if it exists
"Wolf Fang" (1991) -- Japanese version of Rohga Armor Force
Any undumped game for the DECO cassette system, including:
      2 "Ninja"/"Sengoku Ninja Tai" (1980)
      3 "Manhattan" (1981)
      5 "Bumpoline" (never released, 1981) or? "Banbolin" (DECO Cassette System, 1983)
      6 "Nebula" (1981)
      8 "The Tower" (1981)
     10? Four-player version of "DS Telejan" (1981), if the cassette version exists?
     12 "Flash Boy"/"The DECO Kid" (1981) -- we need dumps of both the original horizontal version and the later vertical version
     14 Two-player version of "DS Telejan" (1981)
     16 "Treasure Island" (1982) -- we still need a dump of the dongle that came with one version of this cassette
     17 "Bobitto" (never released, 1982?)
     18 "Explorer" (Cassette version, 1982) -- missing roms from the overlay PCB and missing dongle data
     23 "18 Hole Pro Golf" (1982)
     24 "Tume-Go Kaisyou" (1982)
     25 "Angler Dangler"/"Fishing" (1982)
     30 "Skater Gaiter" (1982)
     34 "Super Doubles Tennis" (cassette version, 1983)
     35 "Flying Ball"
     36 "Genesis/Boomer Ranger" (cassette version, 1983)
     37 "Zeroize" (1983) - missing dongle dump
     41 "The Grand Sumo"/"Oh Zumou" (1984)
     42 "Hellow Gateball"(1984)
     43 "Yellow Cab" (cassette version, 1984)
     45? "Tokyo MIE Clinic"/"Tokyo MIE Sinrohiyo" (1984)
     46? "Geinohjin SikakuSiken" (1985)
     47? "Tokyo MIE Sinryohiyo 2"/"Tokyo MIE Clinic 2" (1985)
     [number unknown] "Burmazon" (ever finished/released?, c. 1981)
     [number unknown] "Missile Sprinter" (ever finished/released?, c. 1981)

Data East / Sega
"Stamp Club" or "Stamp Expressions" (1996) -- PC-based hardware, lets the player design and print stamps

Datamatic
"Astro Attacker" (date unknown)
"Space Cresta" (date unknown)

Datel
"Rock Duck" (prototype?, 1983)

Delta Coin
"Delta Rally" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Deniam
"Go!Go!" (1995)
"Lottery Game" (1997)
"Propose" (1997)

Devecka
"Drumscape" (1998) -- a drumming simulation game

Dgpix
"Funky Ball" (1998)
"Elfin" (1999)
"X-Files" -- Version with different title screen, showing two female sillouettes

Digimatic Italia
"Magic Maggot" (1980) -- bootleg of Centipede

Digital Controls
"Fax" (198?) -- licensed from Exidy for the Countercade countertop system, multiple question sets available, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=4547
"Pro Sports" (198?) -- a compilation of "Pro Bowling", "Pro Tennis", and "Pro Golf" from Data East for the Countercade countertop system, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=4547

Digital Games
"Air Combat" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Heavy Traffic" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Mini Golf" (1980)

Digital Vehicle, Inc.
"Pacesetter 8000" (1995) -- racing simulation game available in both a single screen and three screen version

Dinamic
"After the War" (prototype, 1991)
"Hammer Boy" (1991) -- very limited arcade release in Spain
"Megaphoenix" (1991) -- very limited arcade release in Spain

Domino
"Tornado" (ever finished/released?, 1979?) -- same as any of the other games with this title?

Dongmyeong
"Double Punch" (1998)
"Heart Bingo" (1999)

Dr.-Ing. Reiner Foerst GmbH
"Nurburgring 1" (year unknown)
"Nurburgring 2" (year unknown)
"Nurburgring 3" (year unknown)

Drew Industries
"Joker Poker 54" (year unknown)

Dynamo
"Lil' Hustler" (1981) -- licensed version of Konami's "Video Hustler"
"Solitaire Challenge" (1994)
"Super Poker" (year unknown)
"Tournament Solitaire" (199?)

Dynax
??? -- A Dynax-based Hanafuda game, name unknown
"Cafe Break" (1999)
"Hana Byobu"(2000)
"Hana Gokou" (1995)
"Hana Gold Moon"(2000)
"Hana Kagerou Nehten"(2000)
"Hana Kanzashi (Korea)" (1996) -- Different to original Japanese version.... Hanafuda card graphics replaced by animals and has Korea Hanafuda rules
"Hana Kikyo"(2002)
"Jan Yuuki" (1988)
"Jan-jan" (1982)
"Jan-puter SP" (1997)
"Joker Mahjong" (1983)
"Mahjong Benikugyaku" (2001)
"Mahjong Bou Ryu" (2000)
"Mahjong Cafe Doll Great" (1994)
"Mahjong Cafe Time" (1992)
"Mahjong China Girl" (2002)
"Mahjong Dai Ha Ou" (1999)
"Mahjong Dai Myojin" (2003)
"Mahjong Dai Reach" (2003)
"Mahjong Dai Renso" (2001)
"Mahjong Dai San Gen" (2000)
"Mahjong Dai Shogun" (2002)
"Mahjong Dai Touyouken" (1996)
"Mahjong Fantastic Love" (1996)
"Mahjong Gekisha" (1989)
"Mahjong Gorgeous Night" (2002)
"Mahjong Guerrilla" (1984)
"Mahjong Jan II" (1983)
"Mahjong Jan Ou" (1999)
"Mahjong Jan-tei" (1999)
"Mahjong Kazoku" (1987)
"Mahjong Mysterious Sky" (1999)
"Mahjong Night Illusion" (2000)
"Mahjong Raijin Pai" (1995)
"Mahjong Reach 2" (1994)
"Mahjong Ryu Ou" (2001)
"Mahjong Seiryu-Densetsu" (1996)
"Mahjong Sensei" (1983)
"Mahjong Shinkirou" (1989)
"Mahjong Super Daichuukaken" (1995)
"Mahjong Sweet Academy" (2002)
"Mahjong Taketori Tensetsu" (2003)
"Mahjong Tenhou" (2003)
"Mahjong Tokkyuu Kaitenban" (1991)
"Mahjong Touyou No Shinpi Part 2 - Exotic Dream" (1993)
"Mahjong Touyou No Shinpi" (1992)
"Mahjong Vegas" (1991)
"Mahjong Vs. Triangle" (1986) -- Nintendo Vs. System hardware
"Mai Jan" (1982)
"Makai Hou Ou" (2000)
"Makai Jan" (1985)
Open Mahjong" (1982)
"Quiz Royal Selection" (1994) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=3634
Raijinhai Deluxe" (1996)
"Return Of SEL-Jan II" (1996)
"SEL Jan" (1982)
"Ton Ton" (1987)

East Technology
"Agress" (1991) -- name uncertain, clone made by Palco is in MAME
"Destruction" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Eastern Commerce
"Block Buster" (date unknown)

Eastern Micro Electronics (EME)
"Alien War" (year unknown)
"Dinosaurs" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983)
"Honey Bear" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)
"Twang" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Ecast
"Infinity Upgrade Kit" (2003) -- upgrades Midway's "Touchmaster Infinity" countertop game

Ecole
"Death Crimson OX" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Musapey's Choco Marker" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Akatsuki Denkou Senki Ausf.Achse" (2008/02)
"Melty Blood Actress Again" (2008/09)

Ecole / Type Moon
"Melty Blood - Act Cadenza" (2005) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Elcon
"Whiskey Barrel 6 Game" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics

Elcon Industries
"Collision" (1979?) -- same as the Video Games game?
"Cosmic Attackers" (1979) -- another "Space Invaders" clone

Electra Games
NOTE: Probably none of these games use a CPU, but it would still be good to get dumps of any ROMs on the boards:
"Combo 3" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Eliminator IV" (1977)
"Flying Fortress" (1976/77?)
"Knockout" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Pace Car Pro" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics, manual at http://www.mameworld.net/discrete/Rough/PaceCarPro/PaceCarPro.pdf
"UFO Chase" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics, manual at http://www.mameworld.net/discrete/Rough/UFOChase/UFOChase.pdf
"Wings" (1976)

Electrocoin
"Royal Flush" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)
"Wheels Runner" (1988?) -- licensed version of Taito's Super Sprint. This may also be the same game that's in MAME but by International Games... not a licensed game but clone on alt. hardware

Electromotion
"Electro-Fun 401" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics

Electro-Sport
"Black Jack" (1984)
"Draw Poker" (1979) -- features four different poker games
"Draw Poker" (1981) -- features ten different poker games
"Draw Poker III" (1983)
"Dwarfs Den" (1983)
"Keno" (1983)
"Quarterhorse" (1983, laserdisc game)
"Super Keno" (1984)
"Tomahawk Missile" (1980) -- licensed version of Data East's Tomahawk 777
"Video Black Jack" (1983)

Electronic Arts
"PGA Tour Golf" (2000)

Elettronolo
"Quiz" (1985)
"California Speed" (1998)-- Licensed version of Atari Games' version

Elmac
"Gioca Quiz" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)

EM-Teck
"Bug Busters" (2001) -- exterminate bugs with a bug-spray controller that actually sprays air

EMI
"Mars Invader" (date unknown) -- clone of "Moon Cresta"
"Mars Laser" (date unknown)
"Mars Nova" (date unknown)
"Mars Skybolt" (date unknown)
"Mars Skyfire" (date unknown)
"Mars Warriors" (date unknown)
NOTE: All EMI games were presumably clones or bootlegs of games by other manufacturers.

Empire / Razorworks / Sega Europe
"Ford Racing Full Blown" (2006)

Ent. Ent. Ltd
"Swinging Singles" -- We need a PCB for analysis/verification and to dump the missing color PROM
"Utamaro" (1983) -- Japanese version of Swinging Singles

Entertainment Enterprises
"Joker Poker - 21" (1981)
"Reno Games" (year unknown) -- includes Poker, Blackjack, Hi-Lo, and Craps; http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4273&image=2

Entertainment Sciences
"Bouncer" (1984) -- prototype. pic1, pic2
"Turbo Sub" (1985) -- prototype, newer revision wanted (has noticeable gameplay changes, uses 27512 graphics ROMs)

ENV
"Bomb Bee" (1980) -- German clone of the Namco game
"Crazy Climber" (1980) -- German clone of the Nichibutsu game
"Crisis" (1980) -- German clone of Konami's The End
"Doppel-Spiel" (1980) -- German double game featuring Space Invader and Crash
"Galaxian" (1980) -- German clone of the Namco game
"Head On Part II" (1980) -- German clone of Sega's Head On 2
"Hot Race" (1980) -- German clone of Namco's Rally X
"Mad Alien" (1980) -- German clone of the Data East game
"Plejades" (1980) -- German clone of Tehkan's Pleiads
"Radar Scope" (1980) -- German clone of the Nintendo game
"Sheriff" (1980) -- German clone of the Nintendo game
"Space Fever" (1980) -- German clone of the Nintendo game
"Space Invader" (1980) -- German clone of Taito's Space Invaders
"Space Shock" (1980) -- German clone of Irem's Uniwar S

Eolith
"Burning Striker (2003) -- PC based game
"Candy Candy" (year unknown)
"Dance Machine 18 / DM18" (2000) -- a Network Edition has also been described, but it might be the same game
"Dance Machine 18 Network Edition" (200?)
"Grand Prix Derby" (1997)
"Hidden Catch 3 Plus" (2001?) -- upgrade kit for Hidden Catch 3
"Hidden Catch Movie (2003) -- same hardware as Burning Striker
"Iron Fortress" (1998)
"Linky Pipe" (1998)
"Ribbon (Step1. Mild Mind)" (1999)
"Street/Straight Nine" (date unknown)
"Hidden Catch (pcb ver 3.02)" (1998)
"Fortress 2 Blue Arcade (v. 1.02)" (2001)

Esco Trading
"Super Space Stranger" (date unknown) -- licensed version of the Hoei game?

ESD
"3 Cushion Billiard" (2000)
"Deluxe 5" (2000)
"SWAT Police" (2001)

Euromax
"Racer" (year unknown) -- a BMX game controlled by pedalling a bike

Europa Coin
"Super Pinball '91" (1991)

Evans & Sutherland
"Canyons" (1993) -- VR game on Virtual Glider hardware
"DroidWackers" (1994) -- VR game on Electra DOME hardware
"Formation Flyer" (1994) -- VR game on Electra DOME hardware
"Metropolis" (1993) -- VR game on Virtual Glider hardware

Ever
"Lucky Marco" (1999)

Excellent System
"Dream9 Final"


Exidy
"0077" (ever finished/released?, 1986) -- Would have been first of a series of interchangeable games for an environmental cabinet (cockpit)
"Alley Rally" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics, schematics available at http://www.mameworld.net/discrete/Exidy/AlleyRally/AlleyRallySch.pdf
"Death Race 98" (year unknown) -- probably non-CPU with ROM for graphics
"Destruction Derby" (1975) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics
"Fax 2" (1983)
"Football" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Kreepy Krawlers" (1980) -- ever finished/released?
"Score" (1977) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Snapper" (1982) -- ever finished/released?
"Spiders From Space" (1976) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics, a prototype version of Destruction Derby with rockets and spiders instead of cars
"Super Death Chase" (1977) -- non-CPU, upgrade to Death Race adding skeletons and a random ghost, uses ROM for graphics, may not have been released
"Table Football" or "Table Foosballer" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Tailgunner 2 / Tail Gunner 2" (1980)
"Teeter Torture" (prototype, 1982) -- Only one *known* machine in existence
"Trapeze" (1978) -- only one board now known to exist. This game was licensed to Taito as "Trampoline"
"TV Pinball" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Vertigo" (1984)

Expotato
"Come On Baby" (2000)

Exzeal
"Shooting Love (2007) -- NAOMI ROM cart

F2 System
"2002 Hoola" (1999)
"Bestri" (1998)
"Mars Lander Battle Stage" (2002)
"Mr. Janggo" (199?) -- a drum game
"New Cross Pang" (1999)
"Poosho Poosho" (1999)
"Solitaire" (1999)
"Techno Motion" (2000) -- clone of "Dance Dance Revolution"
"Vamp 1/2" -- World / Europe version needed
"World Adventure" (1999)

Fabtek
"Viper Phase 1" (1995) -- licensed American version of the Seibu Kaihatsu game
"Zero Team U.S.A." (1993) -- licensed American version of Zero Team by Seibu Kaihatsu

Face
"Carib No Zaiho" (1994) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, shown at the AM Show in September 1994
"Western Rose" (year unknown) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=3635
"Ultimate 4" (199?) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart

Fakespace, Inc.
"Vacuii" (1996) -- VR game on Fakespace Music hardware

Falcon
"Burble" (1983)
"Crazy Kong Jr." (1982)
"Yamato" (1983) -- licensed version of the Sega game, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=2663&image=1

Family Production
"Heart Breakers" (1999)

Ferris Productions, Inc.
"Cyber Knights - Rage Inside The Machine" (1994) -- VR game on Cyber Unit XLR8 hardware
"The Grand Canyon Adventure" (1994) -- VR game on Cyber Unit XLR8 hardware
"Utopia - The Ultimate Experience" (1994) -- VR game on Cyber Unit XLR8 hardware
"Virtual Architect" (1994) -- VR application on Cyber Unit XLR8 hardware

Four J International
"The Destroyer From Jail" (1991)

Free Enterprise Games
Licensed version of Stern's "Minefield" (1983) on conversion kits (code-named "Fester") for "Amidar," "Cobra," "Galaxian," and "Scramble" hardware

Fun Games
"BiPlane" (1976) -- non-CPU, but has some ROM data for graphics
"King" (1976) -- reported to have been designed and built, but the only known boardset is believed to be owned by Eldorado games. The object was to fly your biplane around the Empire State Building shooting at King Kong (he is holding Fay Wray also) while avoiding his attempts to swat you out of the sky. The game used a CPU (2650?) and the animation was gorgeous!
"Race" (1976) -- non-CPU, uses several PROM's for car and track graphics
"Tankers" (1975) -- non-CPU, with ROM data for graphics, a clone of Atari/Kee's Tank

Fun World
"Video Poker" (year unknown)

Fusence
"Time Road Racing" (2000)
"Aqua Racer" (2001)
"Grand Touring 1" (1999)
"Grand Touring 2" (2000)

Fuuki
"Asura Buster - Eternal Warriors" (2000)

G.A.A.
"International Toote - Jockey Club 2" (200?)

G.Rev
"Border Down" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Senko no Ronde" (2005) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Under Defeat" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Mamorukun wa Norowarete Shimatta!" (2008/07)

Gaelco
"ATV Track" (2002)
"Football Power" (2000)
"Gaelco Championship Tuning Race" (2005)
"Gaelco Football" (2002)
"Master Boy 2" (1991)
"Rolling eX.tre.me" (1999)
"Ring Riders" (2004) -- PC-based hardware
"Salter" (1995)
"Smashing Drive" (2001)
"Thunder Hoop III" (1993)
"Tokyo Cop" (2003)
"Tokyo Cops - Special Police Reinforcement" (2003)
"Tuning Race" -- Late 90's, probably 'Rolling Extreme' hardware
"World Rally Championship" (1993) -- available only as a conversion kit

Game Arts
"THX-DR122" (1986?) -- THX-DR122 was called "Thexder" on domestic/computer conversions. The programming was by Synergistic Software Inc. though the producer was Game Arts Co. Ltd. Domestic ports were on the MSX, NES, Apple II, IBM PC, and maybe others.

Game-A-Tron
"Black Hole" (ever finished/released?, date unknown), unless this is the same as the "Black Hole" game we already have
"Black Jack" (year unknown)
"Computer Poker" -- cab pic, pic1, pic2, pic3
"Dambusters" (ever finished/released?, date unknown) -- same as the South West Research game?
"Draw Poker" (year unknown)
"Face Up 21" (1981)
"Space Zap" (1980) -- Licensed version of Midway's game
"Thorobred Derby" (1980) -- ever finished/released?

Game Box Entertainment, Inc.
"Dream Hunting" (2002) -- uses a wireless gun with recoil action

Game Plan
"Intruder" (1981) -- clone of Irem's "Space Beam" on Taito 3-board color Space Invaders hardware
"Tank Battalion" (1981) -- licensed version of the Namco game

Game Room
"Eggs Playing Chicken" (2002)
"California Chase" (1999)
"Frantic Fred" (year unknown)
"Rodent Exterminator" (year unknown)
"Battle Blobs" (year unknown)
"Midnight Rush" (year unknown)
"Coin Mania" (year unknown) -- video based?
"Twenty 4" (year unknown) -- video based?
"Skeet" (year unknown) -- video based?
"Quakers" (year unknown) -- video based?
"Tiger Odds" (year unknown) -- video based?
"Tic Tac Fruit" (year unknown) -- gambling game
"Nudge Master" (year unknown) -- gambling game

Game Technology Inc.
"Draw Poker" (1983)
"Jacks-Or-Better" (1983)

Gametecniks
"Tri-Pool" (1981) -- licensed from Noma

Game World
"Space Battles" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Gamenara
"Spaceball" (1999)

Games Of Tomorrow Inc.
"Kingpin" (year unknown)
"Maxi-Dealer Upright" (year unknown) -- includes Kingpin, Tournament Bowling, HiLo Double Up Joker Poker, Black Jack, and Acey Deucy

Gamex Amusements
"Nok-Out Boxing" (ever released?, date unknown)

GameVision
"Xtom 3D" (1999)

Gayton Games
"Munchyman" (1981) -- bootleg of Pac-Man
"Galaxiad Invaders" (1980) -- parts III, IV, and V (were I and II also made?); probably a bootleg of something; http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=3777

GCTech Co., LTD
"Bounty Hunter" (2002) -- a fighting game controlled by the player punching, kicking, and kneeing pads

General Computing
"Crazy Otto" (prototype for "Ms. Pac-Man" h/w, 1981) - Dumped, emulated and hoarded. Their excuse is really lame why it can't be released.

Global Entertainment
"Loverboy" (1983)

Global Entertainment Systems, Ltd.
"Cyber Surfin" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Motion hardware
"Future: Motor Biking" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Motion hardware
"Future: Snow Boarding And Horse Riding" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Motion hardware
"Future: Wind Surfing" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Motion hardware

Global VR
"Beach Head 2000" (200?) -- Vortek V3 system
"Beach Head 2002" (2001) -- Vortek V3 system
"Beach Head 2003 Desert War" (200?) -- Vortek V3 system
"EA Sports Madden NFL Football" (2004) -- PC-based hardware
"EA Sports PGA Tour Golf Challenge Edition" (2005) -- PC-based hardware
"Incoming" (200?) -- Vortek V3 system
"Invasion Earth" (200?) -- Vortek V3 system
"Last Bounty Hunter" -- PC-based hardware
"Mad Dog McCree" -- PC-based hardware
"Mad Dog McCree 2" -- PC-based hardware
"Need For Speed" (2003) -- PC-based hardware
"Need For Speed Underground" (2005) -- PC-based hardware
"Operation Blockade" (2002) -- Vortek V3 system
"Six Gun Select" -- PC-based hardware
"Alien: Extermination" (2006)
"EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Golf Tour" (200?)
"Heavy Gear" (200?) -- Vortek system, was there an original Heavy Gear?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4440&image=4
"Sin" (200?) -- Vortek system, same as the Ritual Entertainment game listed below?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4440&image=4

GMA
"Euro Ranger" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)

Gottlieb
"Arena"/"Hexus"/"Wizwarz" (unreleased prototype, date unknown) -- supposedly only a single finished unit made. Wizwarz is dumped and in mame. Do Arena or Hexus versions exist?
"Bunnies" (unreleased prototype, date unknown)
"Jail Jumper" (unreleased prototype, date unknown)
"Protector"/"Videoman"/"Guardian"/"Argus" (unreleased prototype, date unknown) -- tested badly and was canned
"Argus" is dumped and in MAME. Do "Protector", "Videoman" or "Guardian" versions exist?
"Quizimodo" (unreleased prototype on Apple II hardware, date unknown) -- supposedly only 2 units made
"Scout" (unreleased prototype, date unknown)
NOTE: Various other Gottlieb prototype games have been described, but titles are unknown.

Graphic Techno
"The X" (1985)

Grayhound / Greyhound
"Atlantic City" (1987)
"Bingo" (1984)
"Casino Slots", "Black Jack", Beat-The-Spread", and "Rolling Bones"
"Deluxe 8 Liner" (1989) -- includes "Lucky 8 Lines" and "Hi-Lo Double-Up"
"El Dorado" (year unknown)
"Model 102" / "Model 103" / "Model 104" / "Model 108" (1984) -- a series of cabinets that used interchangeable ROM chips for different versions of "Joker Poker"
"Reel Fun" (1986)
"Video Trivia" (1985) and its various question-category chipsets
"Sports Authority Challenge" (1992)
"Super Bowl" (1984)
"Super Bowl '87" (1987)
"Super Poker" (1987)
"Super Trivia & Lucky 8 Liner" (year unknown) -- both games in a single cabinet
"Poker" (1984) -- undumped game chips include Play The Races, Superbowl, Dog Racing, Pull Tab Bingo, and Beat The Spread; http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3516&image=1
"Play The Races (dedicated version)" (1985) -- combination of Horserace and Dograce, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3516&image=1

GreyStone
"MercRacer 3000" (2001)
"XS-G" (1998)

GreyStone Technology, Inc.
"Canyon Runner" (1994) -- VR game on Mercury hardware
"MagBall" (1994) -- VR game on Mercury hardware
"MagBall" (1995) -- VR game on Andromeda hardware
"Pteranodon" (199?) -- VR game on Pteranodon hardware
"Reef Explorer" (1994) -- VR game on Mercury hardware

Halbu PC
"Volcano" (1999)

Hanmed
"Bonus Bingo" (1999)

Hansol
"Let's Go To The Hello Kitty Castle" (1999)

Hitmaker
"The Key Of Avalon - The Wizard Monster" (2003) -- Triforce hardware. Client GDROM needed.
"The Key Of Avalon Ver. 1.20 - Summon The New Monsters" (2004) -- Triforce hardware
"The Key Of Avalon Ver. 1.30 - Chaotic Sabbat" (2004) -- Triforce hardware. Server GDROM needed.
"The Key Of Avalon 2" (2005) -- Triforce hardware. Server GDROM needed.

Hoei
"Banish" or "Punish" (title uncertain, 1978)
"Final Ranger" (1980)
"Marine Wars" (1978)
"Money Wars" (1980)
"Space Battle" (1980) -- not the same as the "Space War" bootleg or the U.S. Billiards game
"Space Stranger Part 2" (1978)
"Super Meteor" (1980)
"Super Space Stranger" (1978)
"Super Twin" (1979)
"TV Computer Deluxe" (1978)

Homedata
"Mahjong Joshi Pro-wres -Give up 5 byou mae-" (1988)
"Last Apostle Puppet Show" -- US version of Reikai Doushi
Unreleased 1989 version of "Battlecry"

Horizon Entertainment
"Virtual McCoy" (199?) -- VR game on Virtual Voyage hardware

Human Amusements
"Front Row" (unreleased prototype, 1992)

I.C.E.
"Battle Blobs" (year unknown)
"Coin Mania" (year unknown)
"Dino Dash" (2003)
" "Fishin' Time" (200?)
"Home Run Derby" (1996) -- first game on 3Dfx hardware, player swings a real bat at a virtual ball
"Johnny Nero Action Hero" (2004)
"Midnight Rush" (year unknown)
"Mouse Attack" (1996?)
"Nudge Master" (year unknown)
"Pitcher's Duel Tournament Edition" (1997) -- a CD upgrade for Home Run Derby
"Rodent Exterminator" (year unknown)
"Skeet" (year unknown)
"Special Forces - Elite Training" (2003)
"Striker Pro" (200?) -- a soccer game controlled by kicking an actual ball
"Tic Tac Fruit" (year unknown)
"Twenty 4" (year unknown)
"Zoofari" (2006)

I G Spa
"Wheels Runner" (1986?) -- clone of Atari's Super Sprint. See Electrocoin entry. Maybe same game on alt. hardware?

ID Software
"Quake II Arcade Edition" (1998) -- prototype demonstrated at Tokyo Game Show, PC-based hardware

IGS
"Crazy Dancing" (2000)
"Crazy Dancing EX" (2001)
"Dragon World 2001" or "China Dragon 4" or "Chuugoku Ryuu 4" (2001) -- PGM hardware
"Dragon World 3 Special" or "China Dragon 3 Special" or "Chuugoku Ryuu 3 Special" (2000) -- PGM hardware
"Dragon World EX" -- PGM hardware
"Dragon World Pretty Chance" (2001) -- PGM hardware
"Fighting Club" (2001)
"Fong Shen Online" (2002)
"Huang Fei Hong" -- only a partial dump exists
"Rock Fever EX" (2001)
"Shin Li Chen" (1999) -- PGM hardware
"Alien Challenge" -- possibly the english title version of the above listed 'Huang Fei Hong'

IM
"Bing Bing" (1999)

I'Max
"Maseki Taisen Stoon" (1995) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, shown at the AM Show in September 1995

In-Touch Games
"Rollerball" (200?)

Inchang
"Beautiful Flower Girl 3" (1999)

Incredible Technologies (IT)
All "Golden Tee Fore!" games, including hard-drive dumps
"Big Buck Hunter: Shooter's Challenge" (2002)
"Big Buck Hunter II" (2003)
"Carnival King" (2002)
"Virtual Pool" (for Bulldog Amusements, date unknown, on Eagle-1 hardware) -- based on the PC game by Interplay
"Orange County Choppers" (2005)
"Silver Strike Bowling" (2004)
"Target Toss Pro: Bags" (200?)

Inder
"Duplex-In" (1990)
"Flip VI" (1990) -- hybrid pinball/video for PinMAME
"Pac-Boy" (1990)
"Video-In" (1990)

Indoor Golf Simulators
"12 Championship Golf Courses" (199?)

Innovative Coin
"Sky-Tack" (1976)
"Spitfire" (1976)

Interactive Imagery
"Ozi Rules 2010" (2000)

Interactive Light
"Kick It!" (1997) -- a soccer game controlled by kicking an actual ball
"Kick It! Jr." (1998) -- a version of Kick It for a smaller cabinet
"Slide-It" (1999) -- a bowling game controlled by rolling a puck
"Savage Quest" (1999)

International Game Technology
"Draw 80 Poker" (year unknown)
"Draw 84 Poker" (198?) -- might be called "Joker Poker"
"Quick Draw 2001" (year unknown) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4570&image=1
"Wild 1" (year unknown) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4570&image=1

International Leisure Systems
"Spaceboarding" (1995) -- VR game on Virtua Fly hardware

IPM / Irem
"Air Assault" (1993)
"Angel Whisper" (1995) -- fortune-teller machine
"Battle Bird" (1986)
"Block Mahjong" (1978)
"Capsule Invader"(1979)
"Commander" (1979)
"Cross Blades!" (ever finished/released?, c. 1991)
"Hammerin' Harry" or "Daiku no Gensan" (1990) -- any undumped versions, in particular those on M81 and M82 hardware
"Huddle Up" (prototype or limited release?, 1988)
"Image Fight II" (1991)
"Itazura Angel" (1980)
"Kickle Cubicle" (1986) -- world version of "Meikyuu Jima"; only "Meikyuu Jima" is in the kikcubic.zip romset
"Kozoutai Gatcyo" (prototype, 1987) -- exhibited at '87 AOU expo
"Mahjong" (1978)
"Mahjong DX" (1978)
"New Block X" (1979)
"New Block Z" (1979)
"Nyankoro" (1978)
"Panther" (1980)
"Piccolo" (1978)
"Power Block" (1978)
"Punching Kid" (1982) -- alternate version of "Oli-Boo-Chu"
"Space Command" (1979)
"Super Spartan X"/"Super Kung-Fu Master" (prototype, 1985?) -- canned because it tested badly
"WWIII" (1980)
"Tsukikage (Legend Of The White Wolf)" (1988) -- unless it's identical to Saigo no Nindou

Ivics
"Birdie Try" (1990) -- licensed version of the Data East game

Iwerks Entertainment
"The Loch Ness Expedition" (1993) -- VR game on Virtual Adventure hardware

J&J
"Good" (1999)

Jaleco
"Angel Special" (1993)
"Arm Champs" (1988)
"Bases Loaded" (1987) -- English-language version of "Moero Pro Yakyuu Homerun"
"Bombs Away" (1987) -- there is someone who holds a version with fixed code and good CRCs in test mode. unfortunately they don't release it, even though they have benefitted GREATLY from MAME. Hmmm.
"Captain Flag" (1993, redemption game)
"Counter Force" (ever finished/released?, c. 1989)
"Dream Audition" (2000)
"F1 Grand Prix Star 2 Jr." (1994)
"Gun Baron" (1991) -- ever finished/released?, possibly just another name for Wild Pilot
"Hayaoshi Quiz Grand Champion Taikai" (1994, MS32 hardware)
"Hayaoshi Quiz Nettou Namahousou" (1994, MS32 hardware)
"Junior Grand Prix Star II" (1997)
"Kazan" (1988) -- English version of Iga Ninjyutsuden
"Over Rev" (1997, Sega Model 2B CRX hardware
"Rock'n 3" (1999)
"Rock'n 4" (2000) -- only a bootleg is currently dumped
"Rock'n Megasession" (1999) -- only a bootleg is currently dumped
"Rock'n Tread 2" (1999) -- only a bootleg is currently dumped
"Rock'n Tread" (1999) -- the sound ROM's in MAME come from a bootleg PCB and should ideally be redumped from an original
"Speed Champ: King of Quiz" (1994)
"Speed King: King of Quiz" (1993)
"Super Circuit Red Zone" (ever finished/released?, date unknown, on MS32 hardware) 
"Super Strong Warriors" (1993, MS32 hardware)
"Vs. Janshi Brand New Stars" (1997, MS32 hardware)
"Wild Pilot" (1992) -- Alternate version with different top-of-screen display
"World PK Soccer V2" (1996) -- the original "World PK Soccer" is in MAME
"Axis Bells" (1992) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4748&image=3
"Draw Poker" (1992) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4748&image=3
"Four Jokers" (1992) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4748&image=3
"Jokers Wild" (1992) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4748&image=3
"Joyful Cards" (1991) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4747&image=3
"Raise Bet Poker" (1992) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4748&image=3
"Rolling Panic" (1993) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4749&image=3
"Super Axis" (1991) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4747&image=3

Jeongjin
"Hard Target" (1997)

Jeong-gyeong
"Tone Season" (1999)

Jesler Enterprises
"Hyper Bowl" (200?)
"Carismo / Thunder" (200?) -- a driving simulator in a car shell; Jesler's product page calls it Thunder, but the flyer says Carismo
"Electraride" (200?) -- a motion-based racing game
"SnakeByte" (200?) -- a driving simulator in a car shell
"Viperish" (200?) -- a driving simulator in a car shell

Jeutel
Jeutel version of "Super Invaders" (1978), unless this is the bootleg "Super Invaders" in MAME
"Le Grand Crash" (date unknown) -- clone of Sega's "Head On"?
"Mirage" (1981)

Joyland
"Trivia Challenge" (Senko license) -- Needs the question ROMs dumped

JPM
Pac Quiz - 3.5" disk-based
Suit Pursuit - 3.5" disk-based
Numbers Game - 3.5" disk-based
Snakes and Ladders
Coronation Street

Jung-ang Leisure
"Hexa" (1998) -- not the same as D.R.Korea's game

Jung-ang Mechatronics
"Ssang Ssang" (1998)

Juyun
"Boring Race" (1997)
"Make Survival" (1997)

Justice Computer
"Rebellion X" (1993) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&db=videodb&id=5609

Kaiser Electro-Optics Inc.
"Cue View" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Odyssey hardware
"Orbatack" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Odyssey hardware
"Shrapnel" (1994) -- VR game on Virtual Odyssey hardware

Kamiya
"Scandal Man" (1981)

Kaneko
"Boggy '83" (for Taito, 1983) -- "Boggy '84" bootleg is supported in MAME
"Cyvern Plus" (1999)
"Gals Panic SU" (1999) -- Korean hack of Gals Panic S
"Gals Panic S3" (2002)
"Highway Jumper" (for Taito, 1984)
"Lady Master" (1985) -- Japanese release version of the "Nunchackun" prototype
"Nexzr" (ever finished/released?, c. 1992)
"Yuki Buta Man-P" (with Cave, prototype on Super Nova System hardware, 1997) -- exhibited at '97 AOU expo  

Kinney Aero - Fightertown
"Flight Simulation" (1992) -- a flight simulator game on Bandit Cockpit hardware
"Flight Simulation" (1992) -- a flight simulator game on Two Seat Full Motion Cockpit hardware
"Flight Simulation" (1992) -- a flight simulator game on WWI Aircraft Simulator hardware

Karateco
"Asteroid" (1980) -- French version of "Asteroids" by Atari
"Billiard Americain" ["American Billiards" or "American Pool" in English-language regions?] (date unknown)
"Borderline" (1981) -- licensed version of the Sega game
"Dig Dug" (1982) -- licensed from Namco
"Donkey Kong" (1981) -- licensed from Nintendo
"Gin Rummy" (year unknown)
"Hopper" (1982) -- licensed version of Frogger?
"May Day" (1981) -- probably a licensed version of May Day!! by Hoei
"Taskete" (1980) -- clone or bootleg of "Speak & Rescue"
"The Double" (date unknown)
"Oca" (1980)
"Pac Pac" (1982) -- licensed version of Pac-Man

Kasco Distributing Co.
"The Driver" (year unknown) -- a film-based game, has a PCB which might use a CPU/ROM

Kato
"Shamisen Brothers (三味線ブラザーズ)" (2003)

KCT
"Puyo Puyo" (1998) -- bootleg of Sega's game?

Kigyo Corp.
"Action Pac" (1996) -- prototype on Neo-Geo MVS hardware

Kim Ung Che
"Jin Saulabi Tu Hon (Samurai Shodown 2)" -- Korean censored version of Samurai Shodown 2

KKI
"Janpachi" (1983)

KMD
"Popshot" (exhibited but never released, c. 1991)
"Skeet Shot" (exhibited but never released, c. 1991)

KOAM
"Fantasy Of Fishing" (2000) -- uses a fishing rod controller with force feedback to create a realistic fishing simulation

Kinky Kit and Game Co.
"Sexual Trivia" (1985) -- any undumped categories including Kinky Information and Comic Sex

Konami
"Anime Champ" -- System 573 hardware
"Antarctic Adventure" (arcade version ever released?, c. 1984)
"Attack Rush" (1984) -- Bubble System
"BAW" (with Coreland, 1985) -- alternate version of "Black Panther"
"Barrian" (1981)
"Baseball Heroes 2005" (2005) -- Pyson Satellite Terminal hardware
"Battle Climaxx! 2" (2005) -- Pyson Satellite Terminal hardware
"Battle Climaxx!" (2004) -- Satellite Terminal hardware
"Battle Vision" (prototype on PPC hardware, 1997)
"Beat Stage" (Euro version)
"beatmania 3rd Mix"
"beatmania 7th Mix"
"beatmania The Final"
"beatmania IIDX" (1999) -- Twinkle hardware
"beatmania IIDX Club Version" (1999) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the video CD and HDD
"beatmania IIDX Substream" (1999) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the program CD and security dongle
"beatmania IIDX 2nd Style" (2000) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the HDD and security dongle
"beatmania IIDX 3rd Style" (2000) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the video CD, HDD and security dongle
"beatmania IIDX 4th Style" (2000) -- Twinkle hardware
"beatmania IIDX 5th Style" (2001) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the program CD, video CD, HDD and security dongle
"beatmania IIDX 6th Style" (2001) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the security dongle
"beatmania IIDX 7th Style" (2002) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the HDD and security dongle
"beatmania IIDX 8th Style" (2002) -- Twinkle hardware. We need the video DVD and HDD
"beatmania IIDX 9th Style" (2003) -- Windows/PC-based hardware
"beatmania IIDX 10th Style" (2004) -- Windows/PC-based hardware
"beatmania IIDX 11th Style - IIDX RED" (2004) -- Windows/PC-based hardware
"beatmania IIDX 12 - Happy Sky" (2005) -- Windows/PC-based hardware
"beatmania IIDX 13 - Distorted" (2006) -- Windows/PC-based hardware
"beatmania III" (2000) -- Firebeat hardware
"beatmania III Append 6th Mix" (2001) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"beatmania III Append 7th Mix" (2002) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"beatmania III Append Core Remix" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"beatmania III: The Final" (2003) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Bishi Bashi Online" (2005)
"Block Game" (1978) -- possibly non-CPU
"Block Invader" (1978) -- possibly non-CPU
"Brain Busters" (ever finished/released?, c. 1994)
"Code One Dispatch" (2000) -- Viper hardware
"Come 'on Mama" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982)
"Crazy Cross" / "Tokimeki Crazy Cross" (1994, GX hardware) -- we already have a dump of the Japan version of the "Tokimeki Memorial..." sequel
"Dance 86.4 Funky Radio Station" (2005) -- Bemani hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution" -- Bemani System 573 Analog hardware. We have the music CD but we need a copy of the install CD, or access to a real machine/PCB
"Dance Dance Revolution (US Ver.)" (1999) -- Bemani 573 Analog, original USA version of DDR, has all songs from Japanese DDR plus some 2nd Mix tracks
"Dance Dance Revolution 1.5" (1999) -- Bemani System 573 Analog hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix Link Version" (1999) -- Bemani System 573 Analog hardware, connects to a Beatmania IIDX Club machine to share audio
"Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix" (1999) -- Bemani System 573 Analog hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution 3rd Mix Asian" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Digital hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix Asian" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Digital hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix Japan" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Digital hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution 7th Mix" -- Bemani System 573 hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Club Version" (1999?) -- Bemani System 573 Analog hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Extreme" (2003) -- Bemani System 573 Digital hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Karaoke Mix 2nd" (2000?) -- Bemani Karaoke hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Karaoke Mix" (1999) -- Bemani Karaoke hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Kids" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Analog hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution MAX" -- Bemani System 573 hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Solo 4th Mix Asian" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Solo hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Solo 4th Mix Japan" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Solo hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Solo 4th Mix+ Asian" (2001) -- Bemani System 573 Solo hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution Solo 4th Mix+ Japan" (2001) -- Bemani System 573 Solo hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution USA" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Digital hardware
"Dance Freaks" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 Digital hardware
"Dance Maniax" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 hardware
"Dance Maniax 2nd Mix" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 hardware
"Dance Maniax 2nd Mix Append J-Paradise" (2000) -- Bemani System 573 hardware
"Dancing Stage EuroMix" -- There's a EuroMix 2, is there a EuroMix?
"Dancing Stage EuroMix 2"
"Dancing Stage DDR Dancing Stage"
"Dancing Stage True Kiss Destination"
"Dancing Stage Dreams Come True"
"Dancing Stage Disney's Rave"
"Dark Horse Legend 2"
"Destroyer" (year unknown) -- not the same as the Atari game
"Dog Station Deluxe" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Dog Station" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Drummania" (1999)
"Drummania 2nd Mix" (1999?)
"Drummania 3rd Mix" (1999?)
"Drummania 4th Mix" (200?)
"Drummania 4th Mix Multi-Session" (200?)
"Drummania 5th Mix" (2001)
"Drummania 5th Mix Multi-Session" (2001?)
"Drummania 6th Mix" (2002)
"Drummania 7th Mix" (2002)
"Drummania 7th Mix Power-Up Version" (2002)
"Drummania 8th Mix" (2003)
"Drummania 9th Mix" (2004)
"Drummania 10th Mix" (2004)
"Ee'mall" (2003) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Ee'mall 2nd Avenue" (2004) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"F1 World Racing" (1993)
"Fighting Bujutsu" (1997) Cobra System
"Fighting Bujutsu 2nd!" (1997)
"Fighting Champ"
"Fighting Wushu" (1997)
"Five A Side Soccer" (1995)
"Funky Monkey" (1994)
"GTI Club 2" / "Driving Party" / "GTI Club Corso Italiano" (2001) -- Viper hardware. Other alt. title versions still needed.
"Gachaga Champ"
"Gradius" (1985) -- Bubble System. Sadly this died and is not dumpable but we don't need another one because they are hell rare and not dumpable anyway.
"Great Train Gang" (1987)
"Guitar Freaks" (1999)
"Guitar Freaks 1st Mix" (1999)
"Guitar Freaks 2nd Mix" (1999)
"Guitar Freaks 3rd Mix" (2000)
"Guitar Freaks 4th Mix" (2000)
"Guitar Freaks 5th Mix" (2001)
"Guitar Freaks 6th Mix" (2001)
"Guitar Freaks 7th Mix" (2002)
"Guitar Freaks 8th Mix" (2002)
"Guitar Freaks 9th Mix" (2003)
"Guitar Freaks 10th Mix" (2004)
"Guitar Freaks 11th Mix" (2004)
"Gun Mania Zone Plus"
"Gun Mania"
"Handle Champ" (1998) -- Japanese version of Steering Champ
"Hawaiian De Golf" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Hell Night" (1998) M2-based, Japanese version of "Evil Night"
"Henry Explorers" -- alternative Japanese version of Crypt Killer, using 420MB 2.5" SCSI hard drive. Dump exists but not released. Hmmmm
"Hip Hop Mania 1" (US Beatmania)
"Hole In One" (year unknown)
"Hyper Bishi Bashi"
"Hyper Bishi Bashi Champ" -- System 573 hardware. This is the CD version
"Hyper Bishi Bashi Champ" -- 3 player no-CD version. An actual PCB will be needed to dump the main board flash ROMs
"Invelian Type 106" (1981)
"Jet Wave" / "Wave Shark" (1996), Power PC-based -- Wave Shark is dumped. The alternative title 'Jet Wave' is still needed
"Junction" (1990)
"Jurassic Park 3 (2001) -- Viper hardware
"Keyboard Heaven" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Keyboardmania" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Keyboardmania 2nd Mix" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Keyboardmania 3rd Mix" (2001) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Kick & Kick"
"King Of Rings" (1988)
"Knightmare" (arcade version ever released?, c. 1985)
"Kyuukouka Bakugekitai" (prototype, 1989) -- exhibited at '89 AOU expo
"Lethal Enforcers 3" (2005) -- Pyson hardware
"Mahjong Fight Club" (2002) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Mahjong Fight Club 2" (2003) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Mahjong Fight Club 3" (2004) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Mahjong Fight Club 4" (2005) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Mambo a Gogo" -- System573 / DDR based
"Mario Roulette" (1991)
"Maze" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Menace The Dentist" (year unknown)
"Missile X" (1980)
"Monster Gate" (2001) -- Konami Satellite Terminal hardware
"Monster Gate 2" (2002) -- Konami Satellite Terminal hardware
"Monster Gate 3" (2003) -- Konami Satellite Terminal hardware
"Monster Gate Online" (2004) -- Pyson Satellite Terminal hardware
"Monster Gate Online 2" (2005) -- Pyson Satellite Terminal hardware
"Nice Smash" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Para Para Dancing" (200?) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware, controlled by breaking infrared beams
"Para Para Paradise 1st Mix Plus" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware, controlled by breaking infrared beams
"Para Para Paradise 2nd Mix" (2001) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware, controlled by breaking infrared beams
"Para Para Paradise DX" (200?) -- possibly only one in existence (for demonstration use only), Bemani Firebeat hardware, controlled by breaking infrared beams
"Para Para Paradise v1.0" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware, we need the audio CD and security cart
"Para Para Paradise v1.1" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware, controlled by breaking infrared beams
"Percussion Freaks *" -- All versions needed except 3rd Mix
"Perfect Pool" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Police 24/7 / Police 911 / Keisatsukan Shinjuku 24ji (2001) -- Viper hardware
"Police 24/7 2 / Police 911 2 / Keisatsukan Shinjuku 24ji 2 (2001) -- Viper hardware
"Pool Pocket Fortunes" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Pop'N Music"
"Pop'N Music 2nd Mix"
"Pop'N Music 3rd Mix"
"Pop'N Music 4th Mix" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music 5th Mix" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music 6th Mix" (2001) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music 7th Mix" (2001) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music 8th Mix" (2002) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music 9th Mix" (2003) -- Bemani Viper hardware
"Pop'N Music 10th Mix" (2003) -- Bemani Viper hardware
"Pop'N Music 11th Mix" (2003) -- Bemani Viper hardware
"Pop'N Music 12th Mix Iroha" (2004) -- Bemani Viper hardware
"Pop'N Music 13th Mix Carnival" (2005) -- Bemani Viper hardware
"Pop'N Music Animelo" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music Animelo 2" (2001) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music Mickey Tunes" (2000) -- Bemani Firebeat hardware
"Pop'N Music Fever" (2006) -- Bemani Viper hardware
"Pop N' Stage"
"Pop N' Stage EX"
"Potrio" (1992)
"Pro Evolution Soccer - The Arcade" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Quiz Magic Academy" (2003) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Quiz Magic Academy 2" (2004) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Quiz Magic Academy 3" (2005) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"R.P.M. Red" (2003) -- Pyson Satellite Terminal hardware
"Racing Jam : Chapter 2" (1999) -- NWK-TR System hardware
"Road Rage" / "Speed King" (1995) -- PPC hardware
"Silent Scope EX / Sogeki (2001) -- Viper hardware
"Skiers High (199?) -- Power PC-based
"Solar Assault - Revised" (1998) -- Power PC-based
"Sparkie" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983)
"Steering Champ" (1998)
"Step Champ" -- System 573 hardware
"Terraburst" (1998) -- Hornet hardware
"Thrill Drive 2 (2001) -- Viper hardware
"Thrill Drive 3 (2005) -- PS2-based hardware. Uses off-the-shelf 1st (large) version Japanese PS2 and a 40GB HDD
"TwinBee" (1984) -- Bubble System
"Ultra Dome" (ever finished/released?, c. 1981)
"Ultra Hockey" -- same hardware as Five-A-Side Soccer
"Ultra Sports" (1995)
"Warring States" (2002) -- Konami Satellite Terminal hardware
"Wartran Troopers (2004) -- PC-based hardware. Some sources say it's Triforce hardware
"World Combat / Warzaid (2002) -- Viper hardware
"World Soccer Winning Eleven Arcade Game Style 2003" (2004) -- Pyson hardware
"World Soccer Winning Eleven Arcade Game Style" (2002) -- Pyson hardware
"Pirate Ship" (year unknown)
"NBA Basket Mate" (1986) -- Spanish version of Double Dribble
"Poly-Net Warriors" (1993) -- Polygonet hardware
"Premier Soccer '95" (1995)
"Paintball Mania" (2005) -- Pyson hardware
"Cooper's 9" (2006) -- PC-based hardware
"Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA" (2006) -- Bemani PC-based hardware
"Gashaaaan" (2005)
"Mahjong Fight Club 5" (2006) -- Viper Satellite Terminal hardware
"Nova Usagi" (2006) -- PC-based hardware
"Percussion Kids" (2006) -- Bemani hardware
"Pro Evolution Soccer 2006 Arcade Championship" (2006) -- PC-based hardware
"Sauroid" (1994) -- This is a cabinet only?
"Silent Scope Fortune Hunter" (2003)
"Sky Jaguar" (1984)
"Slime Kun" (1991)
"Spelling Tree" (year unknown)
"Toy's March" (2005) -- Bemani hardware
"Toy's March 2" (2005) -- Bemani hardware
"Tsurikko Penta" (1991)
"Turban" (year unknown)
"Type - 102" (1981)
"Type - 104" (1981)
"Type - 106" (1981)
"Type - 110" (1981)
"Whoo Yarth Taar" (1990)
"Sky Devastater" (1997) -- System 573

Kramer Game
"Hi-Lo Double Up Joker Poker" (year unknown)
"High Speed Bonus" (1987)
"Just For Fun" (year unknown)

Kresa – Palma de Mallorca
"Kresa Attack"/"Galaxian Attack" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

KRM
"Picture Trivia" (1991)

Kumyang
"KumYang vr Equipment" (1998)

Kyle Hodgetts
"Kayak" (prototype, 1985) -- "Frogger" conversion co-created with Tony Hana
[title unknown] (prototype, 1987) -- conversion for two "Qix" boards and dual monitors co-created with Tony Hana, resembled the C-64 game "Elite"
"Daytona USA : GTX 2004 Edition" (2003) -- an unofficial hack to the original Model 2 game adding role-playing elements

Lazertron
"Quake Arcade Tournament" (prototype, 1998?)
"Blast It" (2001)
"Sluggers Alley" -- ticket redemption game pic1  pic2
"Solar Spin" (year unknown)

Leisure & Allied Industries
"Zero Fighter Kamikaze" (year unknown) -- possibly non-CPU

Leisure Time Electronics
A Star Series motherboard (1979) and all of the game modules for the system, including:
"Astro Laser" -- clone of Irem's Space Beam
"Moon Lander" -- clone of something else
"Space Ranger" -- very strange Space Invaders variant

Leland
US version 3.16 of "Dragon's Lair II" (1991), if it existed

Limenko
"Battle Bubble"
"Happy Hunter"
"Super Bubble 2003"
"Technox"

Lowen Automaten
"Space Tactics" (1981) -- licensed German version of the Sega/Gremlin game
"Super Bug" (1977) -- licensed German version of the Atari game
"Tank Battalion" (1981) -- licensed German version of the Namco game
"Tempest" (1981) -- licensed German version of the Atari game
"Tournament Table" (1978) -- licensed German version of the Atari game
"Vanguard" (1981) -- licensed German version of the SNK game
"Zaxxon" (1981) -- licensed German version of the Sega game

Magic Electronics
"Revenger '84" (ever finished/released?, c. 1984) -- "Defender" clone? unless it's the same game as Revenger by Epos Corporation?

Mahou
"All Star Volley" (199?) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, tentative title

Mama Top
"Birdiy" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983)

Mariah Entertainment
"Motocycle Ride" (1994) -- VR game on Black Mariah hardware

Marvelous
"Mahjong Shangri-La" (1999) -- Naomi hardware

MaxFlight Corporation
"CyberRun Bobsled Simulator" (200?) -- the player designs and then rides a virtual bobsled course
"FS2000 Two-Seat Jet Fighter Simulator" (200?) -- flight combat simulator game where one player pilots and the other player shoots
"MaxFlight Flight Simulation System" (1994) -- flight simulator with three software experiences available
"MT3000 MaxZilla Monster Truck Simulator" (200?) -- a driving simulation game with realistic motion
"VR2002 Roller Coaster" (200?) -- the player designs and then rides a virtual roller coaster

MAYGAY
The Krypton Factor (CD based)
Give us a Clue
Crossword Puzzle
Believe it or Not
Strike it Lucky
Aladdin's Cave
Big Break
Super Clue

Meadows
"3-D Bowling" (1978) -- S2650-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Bombs Away!" (1976) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Ckidzo" (1976) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Cobra Gunship" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Drop Zone 4" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Gridiron" (ever finished/released?, c. 1978?)

MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
"Pull Trigger" (2003)

Memetron
"Ten Yard Fight '85" (1985)

Merit
"Baby Boom Challenge" (1986)
"Chicken Draw" (1984)
"Deluxe Trivia Whiz" (1987)
"Dodge City" (1988)
"Four Play (1983)"
"Keno Superstar" (year unknown)
"Mad Adder" (1986)
"Match'em Up" (1986)
"Megatouch Gold" (2000) -- a counter-top machine with 36 games
"Pit Boss" (1984) -- the version currently in MAME includes four games (Joker Poker, Blackjack, Super Slots, and The Dice Game), but there are an unknown number of other versions, some of which include a horse racing game (Off To The Races or Foto Finish) and Acey-Deucy
"Pit Boss Superstar" (1989)
"Pit Boss II" (1988) -- version with Joker Poker and Draw Poker
"Riviera" (1986)
"Trivia Whiz IV" -- and so on (1986 and onward) -- we already have a dumps of the original Trivia Whiz, Trivia Whiz II and Trivia Whiz III
"Superstar Draw Poker" or possibly "Draw Poker Superstar"
"Arkanoid" (1986) -- licensed from Taito/Romstar for Supertop hardware
"Big-Event Golf" (1986) -- licensed from Taito for Supertop hardware
"Sex Trivia" (1985)

Merkur
"Fashion Gambler" (year unknown)

Meyco Games Inc.
"Jacks 'A' Pair" (year unknown)
"Joker's Wild" (year unknown)
"Skill Stop" (year unknown)

Micronetics
"Night Racer" (1976?) -- clone of "Night Driver"

Micro Manufacturing
"Turbo Joker Poker"
"Turbo Joker Poker II" (1990)

Micro Sova
"Lethal Crystal" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Microtrain Ltd.
"Germ Wars" (1982)

Midcoin
"Anno Domini 2084 / A.D. 2084" (1983) -- final revision of A.D. 2083

Midway
"18 Wheeler" (1979) - not a video game, but uses a Z80 and ROMs for main program. Could be emulated if artwork is found and preserved
"Arctic Thunder" (2001), Graphite Hardware
"Arctic Thunder SE" (2002), Graphite Hardware
"Ball Park" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Beezer" (1983) -- Licensed version of Tong's game
"Caliber 40" (Midway?) -- Two-player game in which each player was a motorcycle and you could get powerups like sidecars with weapons, etc.
"Earth Friend" a.k.a. "Earth, Friend, Mission" (prototype color vector game, c. 1983) -- designed at DNA, rework of B&W vector project called "Astro Friend"
"Firefly" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983)
"Hydro Thunder" (1999) -- Quicksilver II Hardware
"Leader" (1973) -- non-CPU, but uses two PROMs for data handling
"NFL Blitz 2000 Gold Edition" (1999) -- Vegas Hardware
"NBA Showtime : NBA on NBC / NFL Blitz 2000 Gold Edition" [Sportstation] (2000), Vegas Hardware
"NBA Showtime : NFL Blitz '99" (200?) -- Vegas hardware, games selected with a dip switch
"NBA Showtime Gold : NFL Blitz 2000 Gold Edition" (200?) -- Vegas hardware, games selected from a menu
"NFL Football" (1983, CED [videodisc] game) -- ROMs are dumped, but we need to capture the laserdisc
"Offroad Thunder" (2000), Quicksilver II Hardware
"Racing" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Rampage 2: Universal Tour" (1999) -- an arcade game was planned but cancelled, though it was released on the N64
"Road Champion" (1978, 8080bw hardware?) -- year/hardware not certain, might be discrete logic and 1975, the flyer suggests 1977
"Road Runner" (on 8080bw hardware, 1978) -- early version of "Desert Gun". It was officially re-released as Desert Gun after the merger of Midway and Bally.
"Skins Game Tournament Edition" (2000) -- Atlantis hardware
"Space Walk" (1978, 8080bw hardware)
"Sportstation" (2000) -- Vegas hardware, includes the games "NBA Showtime: NBA On NBC" and "NFL Blitz 2000 Gold Edition" selectable by a menu, available as a dedicated machine or an upgrade to "NBA Showtime: NBA On NBC". HDD dumped, we still need the bootROMs
"Swingers Tour.com (2000)" -- Atlantis Hardware
"TenniScoop" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)
"Top Gun" (1976, 8080bw hardware) -- This is EM only
"TV Basketball" (1974) -- non-CPU, no ROMs, nothing to dump
"TV Flipper" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Touch Master" (1996)
"Touch Master 5000" (1998)
"Touch Master 7000" (1999)
"Touchmaster 8000" (2000) -- a countertop machine with touchscreen controls
"Touchmaster Infinity" (2000) -- a countertop machine with touchscreen controls
"Ultimate Arctic Thunder" (2001)
"Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 Wavenet" (year unknown) -- a special version of the game that allowed network play over a broadband line specially installed at the arcade. There were also a few minor differences such as playable Noob Saibot. It never made it past play-testing in Chicago
"Wheels" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Wheels II" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics

Miki Syouji/AV Japan
"AV2Mahjong No.1 Bay Bridge no Seijo" (1991) -- we need a capture of the game's videocassette footage
"AV2Mahjong No.2 Rouge no Kaori" (1991) -- we need a capture of the game's videocassette footage

Milestone
"Radirgy" (2005) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Illvelo (Illmatic Envelope)" (2008/06)

Milwaukee Coin Industries
"Desert Fox" (1976) -- it's electro-mechanical

Mirco
"Break In" (year unknown) -- possibly non-CPU
"Dawn Patrol" (1978)
"Hold & Draw" (1979)
"PT-109" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Slam" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Scramble" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Sky War" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Super 21" (1978)
"Super Stud"

Micro Manufacturing
"Turbo Poker II" (year unknown) -- was there an original Turbo Poker?

Mitchell
"Kono e Tako" (2003)

Mobilmatic
"Enduro Dakar" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)

Model Racing
"Clay Buster" (1978)
"Daredevil" (1977) -- supposedly a licensed version of a Taito game
"Flying Shark" (1977) -- perhaps a licensed version of a Taito game, but not the same as the 1987 Taito game
"Radar Cross" (1981) -- clone of "Rally X"
"Super Shot" (1979? ) -- supposedly a licensed version of something (a Bally/Midway game?)
"Crazy Climber" (1980) -- Licensed version of Nichibutsu's game
"Satan of Saturn" (1981) -- Licensed version of SNK's game
"Blue Shark" -- perhaps a licensed version of the Midway game?
"UFO" (1980) -- a videogame in a pinball-shaped cabinet

Moloney Manufacturing
"Tap a Tune" (1993)

Moppet Video
"Big Paw's Cave" (1983)
"Desert Race"(1983)

Monolith
"Last Odyssey Pinball Fantasia" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1995)

Multimedia Content
"BenHur" (2000)

Myeonga
"Nice Ball" (1999)

Myimpa Export
"Bonus Black Jack" (year unknown) -- contains two games--Casino Black Jack and Bonus Black Jack, the cabinet appears to be titled "Ombudsman", http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4584&image=1
"Draw Poker" or "Quick Draw Poker" (year unknown)

Namco
"Abnormal Check" (1996)
"Aerosmith - Quest For Fame" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Alice in Wonderland" (1987, System 1 hardware) -- the English-language version of "Marchen Maze"
"Alien Sniper" (2002)
"Alpine Racer 3" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Angler King" (1999) -- Super System 23 hardware
"Aqua Jet" -- Super System 22 hardware.
"Armadillo Racing" -- Super System 22 hardware
"Art Truck Driver" (2000) -- English version of Truck K in MAME. Probably a mis-translation and doesn't exist.
"Assassin" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986) -- developed in U.S.
"Balance Try" (1998)
"Bubble Trouble" (On System 2 hardware) -- missing MCU code dump which is found in an EPROM on the separate solenoid driver board. Secured but not shipped. Board may have been lost/stolen in storage :-(
"Bust A Move"
"Bust A Move 2" (1999)
"Cobra: The Arcade" (2005) -- System 246 hardware, released as an upgrade for "Time Crisis 3" cabinets
"Counter Strike Neo" (2003) -- N2 hardware
"Counter Strike Neo V2" (2005) -- N2 hardware
"Counter Strike Neo V2" (2005) -- N2 hardware
"Counter Strike Neo White Memories" (2005) -- N2 hardware
"Counter Strike Neo White Memories" (2005) -- N2 hardware
"Crisis Zone" (2000) -- System Super 23 Evolution 2 hardware
"Dangerous Seed" (1989, System 1 hardware) -- we need the WORLD revision of this game
"Derby Owners Club 2 Ver. 2" (2000) -- Satellite Terminal hardware
"Derby Owners Club 2 Ver. 2.1" (2000) -- Satellite Terminal hardware
"Derby Owners Club II" (2000) -- Satellite Terminal hardware
"Derby Owners Club Ver. 2000" (2000) -- Satellite Terminal hardware
"Derby Owners Club World Edition" (2002) -- Satellite Terminal hardware
"Dirt Dash" -- Super System 22 hardware
"Donkey Kong / Donkey Kong Jr. / Mario Bros." (2004) -- A re-release multi-game
"Downhill Bikers" -- System 23 hardware
"Dragon Chronicles" (2002) -- System 246 hardware. Dongle secured, DVD needed.
"Dragon Chronicles" (2002) -- PC-based server for linking with the above
"Dragon Chronicles II" (2003) -- System 246 hardware
"Druaga Online: The Story Of Aon" (2005) -- Namco System 256 hardware
DVD's secured.....
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V1.10 (purple disc)
V1.20 (pink disc)
V1.40 (orange disc)
V1.50 (yellow disc)
V1.6 (brown disc)
V1.6 (brown disc)


"Druaga Online: The Story Of Aon" (2005) -- PC-based server for linking with the above. Has CDROM drive and 80GB HDD
CD Versions secured.....
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V1.10 (blue disc)
V1.20 (green disc)
V1.40 (light blue)


"Drum Master" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 2" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 3" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 4" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 5" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 6" (2004) -- System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 7" (2005) -- System 10 hardware
"Drum Master 8" (2006) -- System 10 hardware or System 246 hardware
"Eunos Roadster Driving Simulator" (1989) -- Produced by Namco & Mazda
"Family Bowl" (1998) -- System 11 hardware, players use a real bowling ball to knock down on-screen pins. We have a partial dump but we're missing the graphics from the ROM board, and the WAVE ROM.
"Final Furlong" (1997) -- Gorgon hardware. We secured a main board but the program duaghterboard is missing so it's useless. So we need another one. Update: We got it!
"GAHAHA Ippatsu-dou 2" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"GAHAHA Ippatsu-dou" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Galaga" (1981) with bugfixed CPU2 code matching that present in the "Galaga '84" bootleg
"Galaxian^3" (1990)
"Ginoutai" -- ND-1 hardware
"Golgo 13 Juusei no Chinkonka" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Guitar Jam" (1999) -- Super System 23 hardware (possibly?)
"Gunbarl" (1999) -- System 12 hardware, Japanese version of "Point Blank 2"
"Gunbalina" (2001) -- System 10 hardware, Japanese version of Point Blank 3
"Gunmen Wars" (1998) -- System 23 hardware
"Hard Puncher Hajime no Ippo 2 Ouja e no Chousen" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Honne Hakkenki" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Idol Master" (2004) -- System 246 hardware
"Kaiun Quiz" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Kart Duel" -- Namco System 12 hardware. Dump was screwed up by an amateur dumper then sold before it was checked. Good one buddy! So we need another one....
"Knockdown 2001" or "KO 2001" (2001) -- controlled with an actual punching bag
"Kurukuru Food" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Mario Kart Arcade GP" (2005) -- Triforce hardware
"Mario Kart Arcade GP 2" (2005) -- Triforce hardware
"Mazan - Flash Of The Blade" (2002) -- Naomi cart hardware, a motion-sensor based fighting game controlled with a hand-held replica katana blade
"Million Hits" (199?)
"Mitsubishi DS5000" (1990)
"Motocross Go!" (1997) -- System 23 hardware
"NFL Classic Football" (2003) -- Namco System 10 hardware
"New Bosconian" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982)
"O.R.B.S" (2001)
"Oh! Bakyuuun" -- Namco System 12 hardware, Japanese version of Ghoul Panic
"Pac Attack" (1992) -- NA-1 System
"Panic Park" (1998) -- System 23 hardware
"Photo Battle" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Pocket Racer" (1996, System 11 hardware)
"Point Blank 3" (2001) -- System 10 hardware
"Ridge Racer Full Scale" (1994)
"Ridge Racer V - Arcade Battle" (2001) -- System 246 hardware
"Romance Quiz High School Angel," later renamed "Seishun Quiz Colorful High School" (unreleased prototype on System 10 hardware, with MOSS?, 1999)
"Seishun Quiz Colorful High School"
"ShimDrive" (1992, System 21 hardware)
"Shou Space" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Soul Calibur II" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Soul Calibur II version D" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Soul Edge Version 3"/"Soul Blade Version 3" (1996, System 11 hardware), if it exists
"Soul Edge"/"Soul Blade" revision B (1996, System 11 hardware) -- we already have dumps of revisions A and C
"Submarines" (1999) -- prototype on System 12 hardware
"Super World Stadium 98" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Super World Stadium 2000" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Super World Stadium 2001" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin" -- Namco System 10 hardware. Probably needs a CD as well.
"Taiko No Tatsujin 2" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin 3" -- Namco System 10 hardware. PCB secured, we still need a dump of the CD or DVD that goes with it.
"Taiko No Tatsujin 4" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin 5" -- Namco System 10 hardware. PCB secured, we still need a dump of the CD or DVD that goes with it.
"Taiko No Tatsujin 6" (2004) -- System 10 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin 7" (2005) -- System 246 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin 8" (2006) -- System 246 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin 9" (200?) -- System 246 hardware
"Taiko No Tatsujin 10" (200?) -- System 246 hardware
"Techno Drive" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Tekken 2" revision C (1995, System 11 hardware), if it exists -- we already have dumps of revisions A and B
"Tekken 4" (2001) -- System 246 hardware
"Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection" (2005) -- System 256 hardware
"Tekken 5" (2004) -- System 256 hardware. DVD secured, the dongle is still needed.
"Tekken 5.1" (2005) -- System 256 hardware
"TeknoWerk" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Time Crisis 3" (2003) -- System 246, DVD secured, security dongle needed
"Toukon Retsuden 3" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Tsukkomi Yousei Gips Nice Tsukkomi" -- Namco System 10 hardware
"Turret Tower" with Dell Electronics (2002)
"Uchuu Daisakusen - Chocovader Contactee" (2002) -- System 10 hardware. Very strange game, a collection of alien-themed mini-games, or something??
"Um Jammer Lammy" -- Namco System 12 hardware
"Wangan Midnight" (2001) -- System 246 hardware
"Wangan Midnight R" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Wangan Midnight - Maxi Boost" (2004) -- System 246 hardware
"Winning Run" (1988, System 21 hardware)
"Zero In" (1979)
"Fun Cube" (2000)
"Fun Cube 2" (2000) -- EVA-3A based hardware using Motorola Coldfire CPU
"Fun Cube 3" (2001) -- EVA-3A based hardware using Motorola Coldfire CPU
"Fun Cube 4" (2000) -- EVA-3A based hardware using Motorola Coldfire CPU
"Fun Cube 5" (2002) -- EVA-3A based hardware using Motorola Coldfire CPU
"Pac 'N Party" (2000) -- unless it's completely electromechanical
"Pac Adventure" (200?) -- unless it's completely electromechanical
"Pac Carnival" (200?)
"Pac Eight" (200?)
"Pac Slot" (200?)
"Peter The Shepherd" (2003) -- unless it's completely electromechanical
"Puzz Ball" (2001)
"Puzz Cube" (2005)
"Race On!" (1998) -- Super System 23 hardware
"Ridge Racer Three Monitor Version" (199?) -- System 22 hardware
"Ron Fa Mahjong" (2004)
"Ryouri no Tatsujin 2 : Houchou no Tatsujin" (2001) -- a fish-chopping game with a knife controller and a video fish display
"Pop' N Drive" (year unknown) -- kiddie ride, unless it's completely mechanical
"Quester (Special Edition)" (1987) -- System 1 hardware
"Professional Baseball 2002" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Pac-Man - 25th Anniversary" (2005)
"Quick & Crash" (1999)
"Samurai Surf X" (2002) -- System 246 hardware. CD is apparently dumped(??), dongle needed
"Smash Court Tennis" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Soul Calibur III Arcade Edition" (2005) -- System 256 hardware
"Star Audition" (199?)
"X-Day" (1993)
"Ball Pom Line" (2005) -- Medal hardware
"Casino Winner" (2005)
"Pac-Man Ball" (2003)
"Rockin Bowl-O-Rama" (2005)
"The Bingo Show" or "Bingo Show" (200?) -- Medal hardware
"Time Crisis 4" (2005) -- Super System 256 hardware
"Truck Kyosokyoku" (2000) -- System 12 hardware
"Wangan Midnight: Maxi Boost 2 / Wangan Midnight: Maximum Tune 2" (2005) -- Sega Chihiro hardware
"Wangan Midnight: Maxi Boost 2 Ver.B / Wangan Midnight: Maximum Tune 2 Ver.B" (2005) -- Sega Chihiro hardware

Namco / Nintendo
"Starfox" (200?) -- Triforce hardware

Namco / Capcom / Nintendo
"Donkey Kong Jungle Fever" (2005) -- Triforce hardware with special Namco NAND ROM cart

Namco / Magic Edge
"Magic Edge F18" (1993) -- Magic Edge Hornet Simulator hardware
"Magic Edge Hornet 1" (1993) -- Magic Edge Hornet Simulator hardware
"Magic Edge X21" (1993) -- Magic Edge Hornet Simulator hardware

Namco / WOW Entertainment
"Ninja Assault" (2001) -- Naomi hardware

Nanao
Licensed version of Irem's "Space Beam" (1979)

Nazca
"Neo Pool Masters (1998) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart

Nevada Novelty
"Speak Easy Draw Poker" (year unknown)

New Image Technologies
"Photo Play" (1993?) -- most likely runs on a 386 mobo, vga card
"Street Games Combo" (1994?) -- most likely runs on a 386 mobo, vga card

NGG Entertainment
"3DDX" (2000) -- a dancing game

Nichibutsu
Any game in the "Attacker" series (1978-79)
"Bonpa" (1978) -- clone of Exidy's "Clowns"
"Booby Kids" (1987) -- prototype/early-release version of "Kid no Hore Hore Daisakusen". pic1
"Constella" (1982)
"Extra Card" (1986?) -- Early medal game
"Fruits Bunny" (1986?) -- Early medal game
"Gyareon" (1983)
"Hana Puter" (1986?) -- Early medal game
"Hana Royal" (1986?) -- Early medal game
"Itazura Tenshi"/"Lovely Angel" (with Alice, 1984) -- pic1, pic2
"Jangou Night (1983)"
"Koshime" (ever finished/released?, c. 1987)
"Kotaeta Mon Gachi" (1991)
"Liberty Bell" (1985) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3356&image=1
"Liberty Seven" (1987?) -- Early medal game
"Miracle Q" (1991)
"Moon Alpha" (1979)
"Moon Base Deluxe" (ever finished/released?, c. 1981)
"Moon Base" -- This Space Invaders ripoff can be played in MAME under the dual game Rolling Crash / Moon Base, but a dedicated arcade version of Moon Base also existed.
"Moon Pulser" (1981)
"Moon Raker" (April, 1980)
"Moon Tracker" (1979)
"Moon Trek" (1980)
"Night Bunny" (1985) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=4003
"Oh! Pyepee" (1988)
"Pumper" (ever finished/released?, c. 1985)
"Quiz DE Date" (1991)
"Rolling Crash 2" (ever finished/released?, c. 1980)
"Rolling Crash" (1979?) -- this game can be played in MAME under the dual game Rolling Crash / Moon Base, but a dedicated arcade version of Rolling Crash also existed, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3508&image=9
"Royal Card" (1986?) -- Early medal game
"Stunt Car" (1979)
"Super Moon Base" (ever finished/released?, c. 1980)
"Techno Doll" (1991)
"Three Ds: Three Dealer Casino House" (1986?) -- Early medal game
"Tougenkyo" (1988)
"Video Moon Raker" (1980) -- a big screen version of "Moon Raker", http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3508&image=9
"Video Moon Tracker" (1980?) -- a big screen version of "Moon Tracker", http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3508&image=9
"Nichibutsu Hustler" (1983)

Nicole
Licensed version of Orca's "Springer" (1982)
Licensed version of Sanritsu's or KKI's "Triple Punch" (1982)

Niemer
"El Fin del Tiempo" (date unknown) -- is this a clone of something?

Nintendo
"Block Fever" (1978)
"Computer Othello" (1978)
"Junior King" (1982) -- Swedish version of Donkey Kong Junior
"Monkey Magic" (1979)
"Playchoice-10: RBI Baseball" (version of Atari game, ever finished/released?, c. 1989)
"Sheriff 2" (1979)
"Space X" (ever finished/released?, c. 1984) -- 3D hardware (!), resembled a 3D version of "Radarscope"
"Vs. Football" (1985) -- ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3148&image=2
"Vs. Helifighter" (1985) -- ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3148&image=2
"Vs. Motocross" (1985) -- ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3148&image=2
"Vs. Nintendo 500" (1985) -- ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=3148&image=2

"Vs. Babel no Tou" (by Namco, 198?) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Family Boxing" (by Namco/Woodplace, 198?) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Family Stadium '87" (by Namco, 1987) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Family Stadium '88" (by Namco, 1988) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Family Tennis" (by Namco, 198?) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Head to Head Baseball" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)
"Vs. Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium" (by Namco, 1986?) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Quest of Ki"(by Namco/Game Studio, 198?) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Super Chinese" (by Namco/Culture Brain, 1988) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Super Mario Bros" with 1985 copyright, for Vs. System
"Vs. Trojan" (by Capcom, 1987) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Urban Champion" (1984) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Golf (alt)" (1984) -- a different title screen than the sets in MAME is pictured in a flyer - alt version might exist
"Vs. Volleyball" (1986) -- for Vs. System
"Vs. Walkure no Bouken" (by Namco, 198?) -- for Vs. System. NOTE: The Namco and Sunsoft Vs. games listed here were released in Japan only.
"Vs. Wild Gunman" (1984)
Any undumped ORIGINAL cart for the Nintendo Super System. AFAIK, only "Push Over" (by Ocean, 1992) is needed. Beware of eBay hacks being sold.
NOTE: All other Super System carts require their protection chip to be trojaned.
Any undumped ORIGINAL cart for the Playchoice 10 system. AFAIK, only "Shatterhand" (by Jaleco, 1991) is needed. Beware of eBay hacks being sold.
Japanese version of "Punch-Out!" (1983)
Japanese version of "Vs. Soccer" (1985) -- for Vs. System
Nintendo-only (non-Fortrek) version of "Space Thunderbird" (1981), if it exists
The ROMs from official "Donkey Kong Jr." kits DJR1-E (easier version) and DJR1-P (harder version) (February 23, 1983)
The ROMs from official speed-up kit #2 for "Donkey Kong," part number TKG-23-70 (Oct. 4, 1982)
"Star Fox / Mario Kart / Super Mahjong 2: Honkaku 4Jin Uchi" (year unknown) -- multigame cart for the Super Famicom Box, a pay-per-play system for hotels
"Super Mario Collection / Waialae no Kiseki" (year unknown) -- multigame cart for the Super Famicom Box, a pay-per-play system for hotels
Several Playchoice-10 games were announced on flyers, but may not have actually been released:
"Bomber Man (Playchoice-10)" (1987)
"Green Beret (Playchoice-10)" (1987)
"Lunar Ball (Playchoice-10)" (1987)
"Super Star Force (Playchoice-10)" (1987)
"Ghosts & Goblins (Playchoice-10)" (1988)
"Kid Icarus (Playchoice-10)" (1988)

NMK
"Double Dealer" (1991)

Nova (not sure which of the companies with "Nova" in their name this is)
"Shooting Star" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Nova Productions
"Star Trek - Borg Contact" (2000)

Novarmatic
"Frog" (date unknown)
"Pango" (date unknown, 486-based hardware) -- not a "Pengo" ripoff; more similar to "Lemmings"

NSM
"Telekick" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Nuova Videotron
"Junior" (year unknown) -- http://www.coin-op.it/sistemi.asp

Olympia
"Armada" (1982?)
"Long Beach" (with Seletron, 1979)
"Master's Game" (1979)
"Savannah" (1982?) -- clone of Konami's "Jungler"  
"Vega" (1982?)

Omni Video
"Spiders" (1981) -- licensed version of the Sigma game

Omori
"Breakout"
"Chareng"
"Dodge Man" (1983)
"Dog Race"
"Fire Star"
"Marine Wars" (1978)
"Shuttle Invader Part II" (1979)
"Sky Love" (1980)
"Sky Parking" (1982)
"Sky Way" (1980)
"Super Space Guerrilla" (1980)
"Tennis"
"The Shogun" (1982)
"Yakyuuken" (1982)

Oper-Video
"Photo Punch 2000" (2000) -- the games takes a photograph of the player, then the player punches a pad to deform their picture on the screen; the deformed photograph is then printed and dispensed by the machine

Orca
Orca-labeled version of "Moguchan" (1982) -- the unlabeled (bootleg?) Eastern Commerce version is in MAME
"Slalom" (1982)
Orca-labeled version of "Dog Fight" (1983), if it exists -- the version they made for Thunderbolt is in MAME
Orca-labeled version of "Espial" (1983), if it exists -- the version they made for Thunderbolt is in MAME
Original Orca version of "Net Wars" (1983), if it exists -- the version they made for Esco Trading version is in MAME
"Super Crush" (1983)
Original Orca version of "Zodiack" (1983), if it exists -- the version they made for Esco Trading version is in MAME

Oriental Soft Japan
"G-Stream G 2020" (2002)

Orion
"Super Pac-Man" (1982) -- licensed German version of the Namco game

Pacific Novelty
"Deep Death" (1980) -- b&w prototype version of "Shark Attack"

Para
"Tele-Bingo" (1999)

PARA (Paradise of Amusement)
"Silver Millennium" (1995)

Paradigm Simulation
"The Egghead Shred" (199?) -- VR game on The Egghead Shred hardware

PCM
"One On One" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Player's Choice" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics

Perception
"ThunderBoats" (199?)

Playmark
"Calipso" (2006)

Playmatic / Cidelsa
Any game, including:
"Draco" (1981)
"Altair" (198?)
"Altair II" (198?)
"Destroyer (Cidelsa)" (198?) -- not the same as the Atari game
"Octopus" (198?)

PlayPak Systems, Inc.
"Project Magellan" (year unknown)
"The Untouchable" (1998)

Play Works
"Virtual Wing" (1998)

Potomac Mortgage Company
"Star Attack" (year unknown)
"Star Fighter" (year unknown)
"Star Invaders" (1980)
"Star Warrior" (1980)

Project Support Engineering (PSE)
NOTE: These games don't use a CPU, but are historically important and their ROM images (used for graphics and some sounds) need to be preserved:
"Desert Patrol (1977)
"Knights in Armor" (1976)
"Maneater" (1975)
"The Game Tree" (1977) -- non-CPU

Promat
"Super Galaga 2" -- Korean hack of 'The Next Space'

Psikyo
Version A of "Space Bomber" (1998) -- version B is already supported by MAME
"Zero Gunner 2" (2001) -- Naomi hardware
"Pocket Shooting" (1999) -- Naomi hardware

R3 Interactive
"Cow Encounters" (2000)

Rainbow Games
"Dark Chamber" (1989)

Ramtek
"Dark Invader" (1978) -- non-video, might use ROMs for something?
"GT Roadster" (ever finished/released?, 1979) -- their last game, if finished; prototype for an interchangeable "film cartridge" system
"Knockout" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Sea Battle" (1976); probably not the same as the Zaccaria game
"Trivia" (1977) and any of the games on 8-track tape for it
"Zap" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Wipeout"
"Cleansweep" (1974)
"Ramtek Soccer" (197?) -- a 2 to 4 player pong clone update of Ramtek's Hockey
"Baseball"

Raw Thrills
"Big Buck Hunter Pro" (2005)
"Fast And The Furious Deluxe" (2006)
"Super Bikes" (2006)
"Target: Terror" (2004)
"Target: Terror Gold" (2005) -- an upgrade for Target: Terror

Raw Thrills / Taito
"Fast And The Furious" (2005) -- PC-based hardware

Recel
"Danger Track" (date unknown)

Red Baron Amusements
"Invader Ball" (1980) -- hybrid pinball/video for PinMAME

REM
"La Trivia" (1985)

Rene Pierre
"Crock-Man" (1980) -- French version of Pac-Man
"Donkey Kong" (1981) -- licensed from Nintendo
"Fire Bird" (1980) -- French version of "Space Firebird"
"Special Break" (1977) -- possibly non-CPU

Ride & Show Engineering, Inc.
"Dogfight" (1993) -- flight combat simulator game where one player pilots and the other player shoots

Ritual Entertainment / Activision
"Sin" (2001) -- field tested, was it ever released?

Rock-Ola
"Clone" (ever finished/released?, date unknown) -- vector game
"Rocket Racer" (ever finished/released?, c. 1983) -- vector game
"Space Pioneer" (1982) -- same as "Pioneer Balloon" but with space-themed graphics; existing dump is bad
 Licensed version of SNK's "Pioneer Balloon" (1982)
"Star Castle" (1980) -- licensed from Cinematronics

Romstar
Licensed version of Capcom's "1942" (1984)
Licensed version of Seibu's "Empire City 1931" (1986)
Licensed version of Taito's "Tokio" (1986)
Licensed version of Taito's "Aquajack" (1990)
Licensed version of Seta's "Thundercade" (1987)
"Sagaia" (1989) -- American version of Darius II, licensed from Taito

Roxor Games
"In the Groove" (2004)
"In the Groove 2" (2005)
"Tux Racer" (2003)
"Tux 2" (2006)

Saint-Fun
"Bust A Groove 2" (200?)
"Rock Fever" (year unknown)

Sammy
"Across the World" (2005) -- A video redemption game
"Chase 1929" (2004) -- prototype on Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Battle Blaze" (ever finished/released?, c. 1992)
"Dirty Pigskin Football" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Dunk Star" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1991)
"Dyna Gear (Japanese version)" (1993)
"Extreme Hunting" (2000) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Extreme Hunting 2 Tournament Edition" (2001) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Faster Than Speed" (2003) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Force Five" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Maximum Speed" (2003) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Ranger Mission" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Salaryman Kintaro" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Sports Shooting USA" (2003) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Survival Arts (Japanese version)" (1993)
"Sushi Bar" (2003) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Sammy / Arc System Works
"Guilty Gear X" (2000) -- Naomi ROM-cart
"Guilty Gear X Version 1.5" (2003) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Guilty Gear XX #Reload - The Midnight Carnival" (2003) -- Naomi hardware
"Guilty Gear XX Slash" (2005) -- Naomi GDROM
"Guilty Gear XX Accent Core" (2006) -- Naomi GDROM
"Guilty Gear Isuka" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Sammy / Capcom
"Sammy Vs Capcom" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware, cancelled--was it ever started?

Sammy / Dimps
"Premier Eleven" (2003) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"The Rumble Fish" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Sammy / IGS
"Knights Of Valour - The Seven Spirits" (2004) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Samwon
"Ladder 2" (1997)

Sanki Denshi Kougyou
"Pachi Fever" (1983) -- video pachinko game, needed unless existing /misc/Pachifever.zip dump is complete

Sankyo
"Pyramid"/"T.S. Pyramid" (1978)
"Castle Take" (1980)

Sanritsu
"Change Leon"? (title uncertain but not "Chameleon", 1982)
"Combat Hawk" (1987)
"Jantotsu Super" (1983)
"Quiz Jump" (1983)
"Red Selector" (1982)
"Ron 2-nin mahjong" (1980)
"Ron 2-nin mahjong 2" (1980)
"Roppyakuken" (1983)
Sanritsu (original or licensed?) version of "Janputer" (1981) -- would also be nice to have Taito licensed version
Sanritsu (original or licensed?) version of "Triple Punch" (1982) -- KKI version is dumped and in MAME
Sanritsu (original or licensed?) version of "Mayumi chan Kiki Ippatsu" (1987) -- Victory version is dumped and in MAME

Saukwang
"Chance Ball" (1998)

Saurus
"Ironclad" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1996)

Saurus / Takumi
"Mahou Juku - Magic Master" (1997) -- Neo-Geo MVS hardware, tested but never officially released

Science Engineering
"Double Break" (1978) -- possibly non-CPU

Sega & Sega-Gremlin
"119" (with Coreland, 1986) -- pic1, pic2
"18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"18 Wheeler DX (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"3 Way Block" (1979) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"3Chomeno Tama Waku Waku Tama & Friends" (date unknown)
"AS-1" (1993) -- medium-scale attraction
"After Burner Climax" (2006) -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC dump secured, DVD needed
"Air Diver" (1989) -- Mega-Tech hardware, ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4773&image=4
"Air Trix" (2001) -- Hikaru hardware
"Airline Pilots" (1999) -- runs on 3 Naomi boards
"Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle" (1989) -- MegaTech cart
"Alienfront Online" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware. ROM cart version is in MAME
"All Star" (1979)
"Ami-Gyo" (2005) -- Lindbergh hardware
"Aroma Club" (1997) -- ST-V hardware
"Balloon Gun" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Battle Star" (1979?) -- supposedly a G80 vector game; same as the Centuri game?
"Beach Spikers - Virtua Beach Volleyball" (2001) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Bingo Fantasy" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Party Multicards" (2002) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Party Phoenix" (1998) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Party Special" (2000) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Party Splash" (2002) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Party" (1993) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Planet" (1997) -- Medal hardware
"Bingo Star" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Black Belt" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"Black Jack" (1998) -- Medal hardware
"Blasto" (1978) -- Cocktail/standaround version. Gameplay differs from that of the upright version in MAME
"Blicks" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Boat Race GP" (199?, Model 3 hardware or possibly NAOMI hardware)
"Boat Race Ocean Heats" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Bomber" (1977) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Bounty Hunter" (year unknown)
"Brave Fire Fighters" (1999) -- Hikaru hardware
"Break Open" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Bull's Eye" (1988) -- the player fires pellets at cardboard targets, but it also includes a computerized display and audio system
"Bullet Mark" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"California Games" (1991) -- MegaTech cart
"Car Hunt" (1980?)
"Car Hunt/Deep Scan" (1980?) -- and all remaining undumped VicDual games
"Caribbean Boule" (1992) -- X Board hardware
"Cartoon Gun" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Castling" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Charon" (1987, System 16 hardware)
"Choplifter" (1985)-- System 1 version
"Club Kart - European Session" (2002) -- Naomi 2 hardware
"Club Kart Cycraft" (2003) -- Naomi 2 hardware, a special version of the game designed for the Cycraft Motion Simulator cabinet
"Club Kart Prize" (2003) -- Naomi 2 hardware
"Club Kart" (2001) -- Naomi 2 hardware
"Crackin' DJ Part 2" (2001) -- Naomi hardware. Dumped but we need another cart to re-dump one bad ROM
"Crackin' DJ" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Crash Course" (1977) -- Sega licensed version of Gremlin's "Blockade"
"Crazy Taxi High Roller" (2003) -- Chihiro hardware
"Crazy Taxi" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Curse" (1989) -- Mega-Tech hardware, ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4773&image=4
"Cyber Troopers Virtual On 4 'Force'" (2001) -- Hikaru hardware
"Daifugou" (1983)
"Dancing Fever Gold" (2001) -- ST-V hardware
"Dancing Fever" (2000) -- ST-V hardware
"Daytona USA Limited Edition" (1996?) -- a re-released single player cabinet
"Daytona USA Special Edition" (1996) -- seems to have eight players in a single unit
"Daytona USA Twin Type" (1994) -- the original game with room for two players in a single cabinet
"Depth Bomb" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Derby Day" (1999) -- Medal hardware
"Doshi" (year unknown)
"Double Block T3" (1979) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Dragon Treasure II" (2004) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Dragon Treasure III" (2005) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Dragon Treasure" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Dream Island" (1989) -- Mega-Tech hardware, ever finished/released?, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4773&image=4
"Duck Shoot" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Dynamite Cop" (Model 2C-CRX)
"Enduro Racer" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"Erase" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Exciting Black Jack" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Exciting Boat Race" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"F-Zero AX Monster Ride" (2004) -- Triforce Hardware
"F-Zero AX" (2003) -- Triforce hardware
"F355 Challenge 2 - International Course Edition" (2001) -- Naomi hardware
"F355 Challenge 2 : International Course Edition Twin" (2001) -- Naomi hardware, allows a two-player cabinet to be driven by a single board
"F355 Challenge Twin" (1999) -- Naomi hardware, allows a two-player cabinet to be driven by a single board
"F355 Challenge 2 Twin" (1999) -- Naomi hardware, allows a two-player cabinet to be driven by a single board
"F355 Challenge" (1999) -- Naomi hardware. The cart we got has one bad ROM so we need another one.
"Fantasy Zone 2" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"Fantasy Zone" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"Fire One" (1979) -- Licensed version of Exidy's game
"Fish Live" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Fonz" or "Moto-Cross" (1976) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics and a tape for sound
"Forgotten Worlds" (1989) -- MegaTech cart
"Formation Battle In May" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Fortress" (1979) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Full Up Poker" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Galaxy Force" (1988, Y Board hardware) -- "Galaxy Force II" sequel is dumped
"Galaxy War / Cosmic War" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Gangster Town" (1987) -- Sharp Shooter hardware
"Gekitou Pro Yakyuu" (2003) -- Triforce hardware
"Get Bass 2" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Ghost Hunters" (1994) -- a medium scale attraction
"Ghost Squad" (2004) -- Chihiro hardware
"Ghost Squad Ver. A" (2004) -- Chihiro hardware
"Golden Night 21" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Gunstar Heroes" (1993) -- MegaPlay cart
"Hammer Away" -- (with Santos, 1991)
"Heavyweight Champ" (1976) -- non-CPU, uses ROM for graphics
"Hot Rod" (1988, System 24 hardware)-- All remaining undumped variants, if any exist
"House Of The Dead 2" (1998) -- Naomi hardware
"House Of The Dead 4" (2005) -- Lindbergh hardware
"House Of The Dead III" (2003) -- Chihiro hardware
"Initial-D - Arcade Stage 2" (2003) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Initial-D - Version 3 Cycraft" (2005) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware, a special version for the Cycraft Motion Simulator cabinet
"Initial-D - Version 3" (2004) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Invaders 2000" (1992) -- prototype on Time Traveller hologram cabinet, never got past field testing in Japan
"Jambo! Safari" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Jet Squadron" (2000) -- prototype on Naomi 2 hardware
"Jingy Storm" (2006) -- Naomi GDROM hardware
"Kageki" (1989) -- Mega-Tech hardware, ever finished/released?
"Kokoroji 2" -- System 32 with CD
"Kujaku-O" (1989) -- MegaTech cart
"LA Machine Guns: R.O.T.M." -- Model 3 hardware
"La Keyboard" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Last Inning" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Last Survivor" (1989, X board hardware)
"Laugh Racer" (year unknown)
"Line Of Power" (year unknown)
"Looney Tunes: By a Hare" (ever finished/released?, System 32 hardware, c. 1993)
"Lost World Special" (1997, Model 3 hardware)
"MJ" (2003) -- Naomi Satellite Terminal hardware
"MJ 2" (2003) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"MJ 3" (2005) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Magical Truck Adventure" -- Model 3 hardware
"Mahjong" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Man T.T." (1977) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Manx TT Superbike Twin" (1995) -- the regular version is dumped, but only the twin version has multiplayer
"Manx TT Superbike DX" -- We need a dump of the ROMs on the (extra) external sound board used on a DX version cab.
"Marksman Shooting" (1986) -- Sharp Shooter hardware
"Mogu Rapper" (1999) -- ST-V hardware
"Monkey Ball" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Movie Club" (1997) -- ST-V hardware
"MushiKing - The King Of Beetle" (2005)
"NBA Action" (199?) -- prototype on ST-V hardware
"Out Run 2 SP - Special Tours" (2004) -- Chihiro hardware
"Out Run 2" (2003) -- Chihiro hardware
"Planet Harriers" (2001) -- Hikaru hardware
"Pony Ride" (date unknown) - unless it's completely electromechanical
"Power Sled" (1996, Model 2C-CRX hardware)
"Pro Racer" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Psy-O-Blade" (1989) -- Mega-Tech hardware, ever finished/released?
"Puyo Puyo Fever" (2003) -- Naomi hardware
"Quiz Ah! My Goddess" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Quiz Magical Brain" (1996, System 24 hardware)
"R360" version of "Afterburner" (1987)
"R360" version of "Strike Fighter" (1991)
"R360" version of "Wing War" (1994)
"Rail Chase 2" (1994, Model 2B-CRX hardware)
"Rail Chase: The Raid" (1994) -- a medium scale attraction
"Roulette Club" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Roulette Club DB" (1998) -- Medal hardware
"Royal Ascot" (1991) -- Medal hardware, includes both video and electromechanical components
"Royal Ascot 2 DX" (1998) -- Medal hardware, includes both video and electromechanical components
"Royal Ascot Special" (199?) -- Medal hardware, includes both video and electromechanical components
"Royal Club" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Royal Derby" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Royal Night" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Raynos" (1989) -- Mega-Tech hardware, ever finished/released?
"Ring Out 4x4" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Road Race" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Rock'n Bark" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Samba de Amigo Ver. 2000" (2000) -- Naomi hardware, an update to "Samba de Amigo" featuring new songs
"Secret War" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Secret Base" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Seesaw Jump 2" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Seesaw Jump" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Sega Strike Fighter" (2000) -- Naomi hardware, also available as an upgrade kit for "Airline Pilots"
"Sega Tetris" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Sega Water Ski" (1997, Model 2C-CRX hardware)
"Segasonic Cosmo Fighter Galaxy Patrol" (1991) -- the display is inside of a miniature space-ship kiddie ride
"Segasonic Popcorn Shop" (1993) - C2 board inside, not sure.
"Senkan Yamato" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Senryaku Game Bopeep" (1986) -- pic1, pic2
"Shakka to Tambourine 2001 Power Up!" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Shakka to Tambourine 2001" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Shakka to Tambourine" (2000) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Shanghai Kid (Sega)" (1987) -- not the same as the Taiyo/Memetron/Data East game
"Sheriff" (1980) -- Licensed version of Nintendo's game
"Shinobi 3" (1993) -- MegaPlay cart
"Shootout Pool Prize" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Shootout Pool Prize Ver. B" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Shootout Pool" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Ski Champ" (Model 3)
"Slap Shooter" (1986?, System E hardware)
"Soreike Kokology 2" (1993)
"Soreike Kokology" (1992)
"Soul Surfer" (2002) -- Naomi 2 hardware
"Space Fighter" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Space In Bingo" (1977) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Space Ship" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Sparkling Corner" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Spiderman" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"Sports Fishing" (1995) -- ST-V hardware
"Squadron" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Star Horse Progress" (2003) -- possibly NAOMI or Lindbergh hardware
"Star Wars Arcade (US)" (1993) -- Model 1 hardware. We have a dump of the Japan version
"Streets Of Rage" (1991) -- Mega Play hardware
"Super Bowl" (1977) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Super Break Open" (1979) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Super Champ" (1993)
"Super League" (1989) -- MegaTech cart
"Super Real Basketball" (1990) -- Mega-Tech hardware
"Super Space Attack" (1979) -- yet another Space Invaders clone
"Team Football" (1977)
"TecWar"/"NetMerc" (1994) -- Model 1/Virtuality hybrid hardware, because it was released at the end of Model 1's lifecycle only about 70 were made
"The King Of Route 66" (2002) -- Naomi 2 hardware
"The Ocean Hunter" -- Model 3
"The Typing Of The Dead" (1999) -- Naomi ROM cart hardware
"Tic Tac Quiz" (1977) -- uses a tape for the questions and has 2x 82s123 Bipolar PROMs at U24 and U35. Manual refers to a CPU but type unknown
"Tokyo Bangaichi" -- Japanese version of Last Bronx on Model 2B-CRX. This doesn't exist. The title is 'Tokyo Bangaichi Last Bronx'
"Tokyo Bus Tour" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Top Runner" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Touch de Uno! 2" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Touch de Uno!" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Toy Fighter" or "Waffupu" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Tracer" (1976) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics, ROMs can be interchanged to make different targets
"Triple Attack" (1979) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Twin Course T.T." (1977) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Virtua Athletics" or "Virtua Athlete" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Cop 3" (2003) -- Chihiro hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution Ver. B" (2003) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution" (2002) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution" (2002) -- Naomi 2 ROM cart hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Final Tuned" (2004) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Final Tuned" (2004) -- Naomi 2 ROM cart hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Ver. B" (2001) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4 Ver. C" (2002) -- Naomi 2 GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4" (2001) -- Naomi 2 GDROM hardware
"Virtua Fighter 4" (2001) -- Naomi 2 ROM cart hardware
"Virtua NBA" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Virtua Striker 2002" (2002) -- Triforce hardware
"Virtua Striker 4" (2005) -- Triforce hardware
"Virtua Tennis 2" or "Power Smash 2" or "Tennis 2K2" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware (also available on standard Naomi hardware)
"Virtua Tennis 2" or "Power Smash 2" or "Tennis 2K2" (2001) -- Naomi hardware (also available on Naomi GD-ROM hardware)
"Virtua Tennis" or "Power Smash" (1999) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware (also available on standard Naomi hardware)
"Virtua Tennis" or "Power Smash" (1999) -- Naomi hardware. This is also available on Naomi GD-ROM hardware)
"WWF Royal Rumble" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Waku Waku Anpanman" (date unknown)
"Waku Waku Jumbo" / "Jet Rider" (date unknown)
"Waku Waku Marine" (1992) - C2 Hardware
"Waku Waku Pajero" (date unknown)
"Waku Waku Shinkansen" (1997) - ST-V Hardware
"Waku Waku Sonikku Patokaa (Exciting Sonic Patrol Car)" (1991) -- the display is inside of a miniature police car kiddie ride
"Waku Waku Syobosya" / "Waku Waku Fire Patrol" (1998) - ST-V Hardware
"Waku Waku Tama & Friends" (date unknown)
"Waku Waku Ultraman Racing" (date unknown)
"Wanpaku Fishing" (date unknown)
"Wanpaku Safari" (1998) - ST-V Hardware
"WarBall" (1984?)
"Wave Runner" (1996, Model 2C CRX hardware)
"Wave Runner GP" (1999?, NAOMI cart hardware)
"Wild Wood" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"World Cup Soccer" (1989) -- MegaTech cart. Alternate version of "World Championship Soccer"
"World Cup" (1978) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"World Masters" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"World Series 99" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Anpanman Popcorn Factory" (200?) -- unless it's completely electromechanical
"Congo Bongo (2-stack PCB version)" (1983) -- may have a different ROMs than the 3-stack version in MAME
"New Penny Hall" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Oshare Majo Love And Berry" / "Fashionable Witch Love And Berry" (2005) -- Naomi hardware
"Out Run (deluxe bug-fixed version)" (1986) -- the large-board version in MAME as Set 1 is the original release, and has a bug in which crashing just as you cross a checkpoint can freeze the game; a version also exists (which Sega distributed as a set of upgrade program ROMs) in which this bug is fixed
"Popcorn Shop 2" (2003) -- unless it's completely mechanical
"Psy Phi" (2006) -- Lindbergh hardware
"Puzzle Kurutto Stone" (1999) -- Naomi hardware
"Quest Of D Ver. 2.0" (2005) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Quest Of D" (2004) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Roulette Club DB" (1998) -- Medal hardware
"Roulette Club" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Tech-War" (1994) -- VR game on Electrobrain War Machine hardware
"The Quiz Show" (2004) -- Naomi Satellite Terminal hardware
"Thunder Cresta" (year unknown)
"Tinker Bell" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Titan Titles" (1996) -- Model 2 hardware?, possibly a mistranslation
"Title Fight (Japanese version)" (1993)
"Trap Shooting" (1986) -- Sharp Shooter hardware
"Treasure Island" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Vegas Parlour" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Virtua Fighter 5" (2006) -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC dumped, we need a dump of the DVD
"Virtua Striker III" (2001) -- Naomi 2 ROM cart hardware (the Naomi 2 GD-ROM version has been secured)
"Wrestle War" (199?) -- MegaTech cart
"Virtual On Oratorio Tangram M.S.B.S.Ver.5.66" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Dinosaur King" (2005) -- System SP hardware
"House of the Dead 4 Special" (2006) -- Lindbergh hardware
"Kyoryu King" (2005) -- System SP hardware
"Pokemon Photo" (199?) -- ST-V hardware
"Safari Hunt" (1986) -- Sharp Shooter hardware
"Sangokushi Taisen 2" (2006) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Sangokushi Taisen 2" (2006) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Sangokushi Taisen" (2005) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Sega Golf Club Network Pro Tour" (2004) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Sega Golf Club Version 2006 : Next Tours" (2006) -- Chihiro Satellite Terminal hardware
"Star Horse 2001" (2001) -- Naomi hardware
"Star Horse 2002" (2002) -- Naomi hardware
"Star Horse" (2000) -- Naomi hardware
"Starraker" (1981)
"Super Dice Craps" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"Super Space Attack" (1979) -- yet another Space Invaders clone
"Table Baseball" (197?) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"VR-1" (1994) -- a medium-scale attraction
"Vs. Sega Rally" (1995) -- Twin Type version of Sega Rally; if only one person is playing, the other screen will show close-ups of the race
"Walter Payton Football" (year unknown)
"War Ball" (1986)
"World Bingo" (year unknown) -- Medal hardware
"World Club Champion Football European Clubs 2004-2005" (2005) -- Naomi 2 Satellite Terminal hardware
"World Club Champion Football Series A 2001-2002 Ver.2" (2003) -- Naomi 2 Satellite Terminal hardware
"World Club Champion Football Series A 2001-2002" (2002) -- Naomi 2 Satellite Terminal hardware
"World Club Champion Football Series A 2002-2003 Ver.2" (2004) -- Naomi 2 Satellite Terminal hardware
"World Club Champion Football Series A 2002-2003" (2003) -- Naomi 2 Satellite Terminal hardware
"World Derby" (1989) -- Medal hardware
"Xargon" (1983) -- ever finished/released?
"Youen Denshi Mahjong Yuugi Gal Jan" (199?) -- ST-V hardware
"Touch De Zunou" (2006) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Virtua Striker 4 Ver.2006" (2006) -- Triforce hardware
"Issyo ni Wanwan" (2007/06) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Konchuu Dash!!" (2007/06) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Marine Marine" (2007/07) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Magical Dance on Dream Stage" (2007/11) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Marine Marine Ver.2" (2008/02) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Issyo ni Wanwan Waiwai Puppy" (2008/04) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Issyo ni Turbo Drive" (2008/07) -- NAOMI based (System SP)
"Dynamite Deka EX - Asian Dynamite" (2007/07)
"Poka Suka Ghost" (2007/07) -- NAOMI ROM cart
"Shooting Ginou Kentei" (2007/07) -- part of Shooting Love 2007, may not exist alone
"Rhythm Tengoku" (with Nintendo, 2007/09)
"Let's Go Jungle" -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC is dumped, we need a dump of the DVD
"Outrun 2 Special Tours SDX" -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC is dumped, we need a dump of the DVD... and no we won't accept hacked multi-game versions.
"Power Smash 3" -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC is dumped, we need a dump of the DVD
"Virtua Tennis 3" -- Lindbergh hardware. DVD is dumped, we need a dump of the PIC
"2 Spicy" -- Lindbergh hardware. DVD is dumped, we need a dump of the PIC
"Ghost Squad Evolution" -- Lindbergh hardware. DVD is dumped, we need a dump of the PIC
"Initial D4" -- Lindbergh hardware. DVD is dumped, we need a dump of the PIC
"House of the Dead EX" -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC is dumped, we need a dump of the DVD
"Primeval Hunt" -- Lindbergh hardware. DVD is dumped, we need a dump of the PIC
"Hummer Extreme" -- Lindbergh hardware. PIC is dumped, we need a dump of the DVD
Also, since we've broken the Sega/Hitachi FD1094 protection we need all of the undumped security parts from the games listed in RED at http://guru.mameworld.info/sega-security/sega_security.html    we need specific parts, not just any regular 'games'. Note the 317-xxxx part numbers.....

Sega / Amusement Vision
"Ollie King" (2004) -- Chihiro hardware
"Spikers Battle" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Sega / Banpresto
"Crayon Kids (Hamtaro)" (200?)
"Crayon Kids (Hello Kitty)" (200?)

Sega / Buronson / Tetsuo Hara / Coamix
"Fist Of The Northstar" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Sega / Compile
"Puyo Puyo Da!" (1999) -- Naomi hardware

Sega / Dimps
"The Rumble Fish 2" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Sega / Electronic Arts
"Nascar Racing" (2000) -- Hikaru hardware

Sega / Hitmaker
"Confidential Mission" (2000) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"The Maze Of The Kings" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Sega / Japanese Traffic Education Service
"Sega Driving Simulator" (2004) -- Naomi 2 hardware, developed for Japanese driving schools

Sega / Lucasarts
"Star Wars Racer Arcade" (2000) -- Hikaru hardware

Sega / Mechatronics
"CCD" (199?) -- a medium scale attraction, possibly a VR bumper cart
"Cyber Dome Super Shooting System" (1992) -- a medium scale attraction

Sega / Star Fish
"Super Shanghai 2005" (2005) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Sega / WOW Entertainment
"Inu no Osanpu" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Lupin 3 - The Shooting" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Lupin - The Typing" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Wild Riders" (2001) -- Naomi 2 hardware
"Wild Riders" (2001) -- Naomi 2 GDROM hardware, if it exists
"World Series Baseball / Super Major League" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Sega / WOW Entertainment / Namco
"Vampire Night" (2001) -- System 246 hardware

Segasa
"Dog Fight" (date unknown) -- presumably a licensed version of the Technos or Thunderbolt game

Seibu
"Mahjong Tottemo 'E' Jan" (1991)
"Mahjong Good E Jong"
"E-Jan Sakura-sou"

Semicom
Any remaining undumped games, including:
"Baryon: Future Assault" (1997)
"Diet Family" (2001)
"Gaia - The Last Choice of The Earth" (date unknown)
"Macheonru" ("Skyscrapers")(1999)
"SD Fighters" (date unknown)
"Toy Land Adventure" (2000?)
"Wyvern Wings" (2001) -- The original Korean version
"Wyvern Wings - Space Opera" (2001) -- Licensed by Game Vision"
"Puzzle Express More More Plus" (1999)

Seta
"Jockey Club II" (1997)
"Mayjinsen 3" (1999) -- Aleck 64 hardware
"Rev Limit" (199?) -- Aleck 64 hardware
"Super Real Mahjong VS" (1999) -- Aleck 64 hardware
"St. Andrews Old Course" (1998) -- prototype for Aleck 64 hardware
"Tennis" (1998) -- prototype for Aleck 64 hardware
"Twin Eagle II - The Rescue Mission" (Japanese version, 1994)

Seta / Romstar
"Pro Bowling Championship" (1991)

Seta / Taito
"Super Real Mahjong" (1987)

Shine Electronics
"Witch Way" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982) -- same game as Artic/ATW's "Witches Way"?

Shoei
"Ame Rug" (1980) -- short for "American Rugby"?
"Crash" (date unknown)
"Dark Horse" (1982)
"Gun Smoke" (197?)
"Mouse Trap" (1982) -- licensed version of the Exidy game?
"Red Subs" (1979)
"Super Man" (1980)
"TV Flipper" (1981)

Sidam
"Astro Pal" (1980) -- presumably a clone or bootleg of some space game
"Explorer" (1981?) -- clone of Konami's "Scramble"
"Rugby" (1979) -- clone of Atari's "Video Pinball" (!)

Sigma
Original version of "Red Tank" (1980) -- we already have a dump of the Venture Line licensed update"R2D Tank"
"Aka Zukin" (1984, with Seibu, a.k.a. "Little Red Riding Hood"?)
"Battletech" (1992) -- ever deployed outside dedicated Battletech Centers?
"Golden Invaders" (1980)

Sigma / Seta
"Variant Schwanzer" (199?) -- Aleck 64 hardware

Sims
"Charge'N'Blast" (1999) -- Naomi hardware

Sim Graphics Engineering Corp.
"Human Face Valdo" (199?) -- VR game on Vector hardware
"Mark Twain" (199?) -- VR game on Vector hardware
"Monkey" (199?) -- VR game on Vector hardware

Simulation Technology Of Dayton
"Simutech Demo" (1980) -- http://www.cityofberwyn.com/photos/TopGunner/

Sircoma
"Dawg Race"
"Over And Under" (year unknown)

SMS Manufacturing Corp.
"Bingo" (year unknown)
"Draw 80 Poker" (year unknown)
"Draw Poker" (year unknown)
"Hi-Lo Double Up Joker Poker" (year unknown)
"The Hustler"
"Top Draw" (year unknown)
"Wolverine High Score" (year unknown) -- Contians 6 games: Acey-Ducey, Hi-Lo, Draw Power, Foto Finish, BlackJack & Dice

SNK
"ACW" (1983) -- Japanese version of "Marvin's Maze"
"Arian Mission" (1985) -- clone of "Alpha Mission"
"Art Of Fighting Gaiden" (1996)
"Gekisou" (with Eastern, 1985)
"Jongbou 2" (1987)
"Kizuna Encounter Special Version" (limited release, 1996) -- an enhancement kit with a dedicated option board that enabled head-to-head 2-on-2 play
NeoGeo MVS BIOS (199?) -- SP-4J version used on MV-1B, flat package surface-mounted maskROM
"Ozma Wars" (1979) -- Color version
"Pro Billiard" (1982)
"Tangram Q" (1983)
"Yosaku" (1979)
"Jin Saulabi Tu Hon (Samurai Shodown 2)" -- Korean censored version of Samurai Shodown 2
"Pae Wang Jeon Seol(Samurai Shodown 4)" -- Korean censored version of Samurai Shodown 4
"Monkey Friend" (year unknown)
"The Monkey" (year unknown)

SNK Playmore
"Metal Slug 6" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"NeoGeo Battle Coliseum" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"Samurai Shodown - Tenkaichi Kenkekuden" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware
"The King Of Fighters XI" (2005) -- Sammy Atomiswave hardware

Sofadis
"Univers 2" (year unknown) -- possibly non-CPU, was there an original Univers?

Sonic
"The Monsters" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Sonic Le Mans 24" (1986) -- Spanish version of Konami's Le Mans 24
"Space Wars" (1977) -- Spanish version of the Cinematronics game

Southern Systems
"Black Jack" (year unknown)
"Draw Poker" (year unknown)

Spaceball Inc.
"Virtual Air Force" (1993) -- flight simulation game on Virtual Air Force hardware

Spectre Interactive Systems Inc.
"Heads-Up-Now" (199?) -- VR game on Geosync-Lx Platform hardware

Sphinx
"Super CD Mahjong 7 Tokimeki AV Gokko" (1995)

Status
"19th Hole" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)
"Big Casino" (1984)
"Black Jack 21" (year unknown)
"Planet Patrol" (ever finished/released?, c. 1981)
"Poker Hand" (year unknown)
"Spectra" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)
"Sports Triv" (1987)
"Super Triv-Whiz" (1986)
"Sure Shot" (ever finished/released?, c. 1986)
"Poker Hand" (year unknown)
"Twenty One" (year unknown)

Status Games
"Bet-A-Bloc" (198?)
"Bust My Balloons" (198?)
"Chuck-A-Luck" (198?)
"Roul-ette" (198?)

Stella -- same company from 1981 to 1993, or different companies?
"Super Marksman" (1993)
"Thief" (1981) -- licensed version of the Pacific Novelty game
Licensed version of Konami's "Jungler" (1981)

Stern
"Crypt" (198?) -- prototype game similar to Hunt The Wumpus
"Journey" (1982?) -- not the same as the Bally/Midway game

StrayLight Corp.
"Bonk" (199?) -- VR game on CyberTron hardware
"Cozmik Debris" (199?) -- VR game on CyberTron hardware
"Wing-Nuts" (199?) -- VR game on CyberTron hardware

Stricor
"Powerboat Racing" (1998)

Subelectro
"Springboard" (1977) -- clone of Exidy's "Circus"
"Space Intruders De Luxe" (1979) -- another "Space Invaders" clone; was there an original "Space Intruders"?
"Super Knockout" (1978?) -- clone of Atari's "Super Breakout"?

Subsino
"Lycko Varu-Skeppet" (with Truemax, date unknown)
"Super Treasure Island" (date unknown)
"Treasure City" (date unknown)
"Treasure Ocean" (date unknown)
"Victor 21 D" (1990) -- An adult themed card game

Success
"QP" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, date unknown, manufacturer uncertain)
"Otenami Haiken" (1999) -- G-Net hardware
"Otenami Haiken Final" (2005) -- G-Net hardware
"Psyvariar 2 - The Will To Fabricate" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Tetris Kiwamemichi" (2004) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Sanvein" (2000) -- NOTE : It's for G-NET in several databases but the developer says it is/was to be released on System 573

Success / Buddiez
"Zooo" (2004) -- Taito G-Net hardware

Sun Amusement
"Poker Kingdom / Bingo Island" (2002) -- prototype on Neo-Geo MVS hardware

Sun Electronics / Sunsoft
"Afterburner" (1987) -- Licensed version of Sega's game
"Alien Syndrome" (1987) -- Licensed version of Sega's game
"Body Slam" (1986)
"Boomerang" (1985) -- English-language version of "Ikki"
"Chanta to Suu no Cross de Pon" (prototype, 1993)
"Cosmopolis" (1980) -- not the same as the Taito America prototype
"Dai San Wakusei (The Third Planet)" (1979) -- Extremely rare variation of Space Invaders
"Fantasy Zone" (1987) -- Licensed version of Sega's game
"Fantasy Zone II" (1988) -- Licensed version of Sega's game
"(GT) Block Challenger" (1978)
"(GT) Block Perfect" (1978)
"Galaxy Force" (1979) -- not the same as the Sega game
"Hebereke's Pair Pair Wars" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1996?)
"Popoitto Hebereke" (1994)
"Punky Doodle" (prototype, 1993) -- developed by Sunsoft America, only two ever made
"Quartet 2" (1986) -- Licensed version of Sega's game
"Quiz Mezase Idol" (prototype, 1994)
"Runaway" (1979) -- not the same as the Atari prototype
"Route 16" (1981) -- Original version. Centuri and bootleg versions are in MAME
"Saikyou Battler Retsuden" (with Epoch/Maruka, 1993)
"TelePachi" (1996)
"TelePachi - Fever Lion" (199?)
"TelePachi - Tropical Queen" (199?)
"Toukaidou 53tsugi" (prototype for Nintendo Vs. system, 1985)
"Vs. Madura no Tsubasa" (prototype for the Nintendo Vs.system, 1985)
"Vs. Lionex" (prototype for the Nintendo Vs. system, 1986)
"Warp 1" (1979)

Sun Mixing
"Super Bubble Bobble" (1996)

Sunsoft
"Virtual Batting" (year unknown)

Sunwise
"Monkey Chi Chi no Fuwafuwa Puzzle" or "Monkichichi no FuwaFuwa Puzzle" (1995) -- unreleased prototype

Susilu
"Ms. Pac-Man Twin" (1993) -- hack of the original "Ms. Pac-Man" supporting two people playing simultaneously

TAB-Austria
"Quizard" (1998) -- cdi based
"Virtual Pinball" (2003) -- includes several different games, on-line updates mean that many different versions have been released, http://www.arcade-history.com/history_database.php?page=detail&id=4383

Taff System
"Boong-Ga Boong-Ga" / "Spank'em" (2000) -- A bizarre game where you errrr, ram 'something' into the ass of a plastic female body and cause the head (i.e. on the screen) to increase in size and explode (I think!)

Tago
"Conquest" (1982)

Taito
"Acrobat" (licensed version of Exidy's "Circus," 1978)
"Astro Zone" (on "Safari" 8080bw hardware, 1980)
"Attack U.F.O." (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Attack" (1976) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Attack Land"
"Avenger" (1976) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics, licensed version of Avenger by Electra
"Ball Park II" (1979, 8080bw hardware) -- does a Midway version exist?
"Ball Park" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Ball Park" (licensed version of Midway's "Tornado Baseball," 1979, 8080bw hardware)
"Barricade II" (1977)
"Basketball" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Battle Gear" (1999) -- Taito Type Zero hardware
"Battle Gear 2" (2000) -- Taito Type Zero hardware
"Battle Gear 3 Tuned" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Battle Gear 3" (2002) -- System 246 hardware
"Battle Gear 4" (2005) -- Type X+ hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Big Combat" (1982)
"Black Beetles" (1980)
"Black Widow" (1981?) -- only about 50 made, first game on "Qix"/"Zookeeper" hardware
"Bubble'n Roulette" (1998, medal game)
"Bubblen No KuruKuru Jump!" (1999, medal game)
"Bygone"
"Change Colors" (1984)
"Chase Bombers" (1994)
"Chase H.Q. (US)" (1988)
"Cleopatra Fortune Plus" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Cosmopolis" (ever finished/released?, c. 1984) -- developed by Taito America, not the same as the Sun Electronics game
"Crashing Race" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Cross Fire" (1977) -- A copy of Bazooka by PSE
"Cyber Sterra" (prototype or limited release?, 1993) -- Dump exists but not released. Hmmmm
"Cycle Ma-bou" (1985)
"Dangerous Curves" (1995)-- on JC hardware
"ExZeus" (2005) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Fighters Impact" (1996) -- we need the original version, we have the Impact A version only
"Fisco 400" (1977)
"Flipull" (1989) -- L System hardware, Japanese version of "Plotting"
"Flying Fortress II" (1977) -- non-CPU, PROM used to store graphics data
"Flying Fortress" (1976) -- non-CPU, PROM used to store graphics data, licensed version of Electra's Flying Fortress
"Frog and Spiders" (1981)
"Galactic Storm" (1992) -- not the same game as "Avengers in Galactic Storm"
"Ganbare Untenshi!!" (2000) -- Taito Type Zero hardware
"Go for the Gold" (1988) -- Japanese version of "Record Breaker"
"Gunman" (1977)
"Harakari Professional Baseball" (2005) -- Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Honey Pit" (1990)
"Interceptor" (1976)
"Jungle Boy" (prototype of "Jungle King", 1982)
"Kyukyoku Tiger" (2P simultaneous version) (1987) -- Toaplan hardware, only the two player alternating version is currently dumped
"Landing High Japan" (1999) -- Taito Type Zero hardware
"Let's Go By Train! 3" / "Densya De Go! 3" (1999) -- Taito Type Zero hardware
"Magical Date (1996) -- we need the original version, we have the EX version only
"Metal Soldier Isaac II" (1985) -- we need to dump or trojan the 68705 MCU
"Metal Soldier Isaac" (unreleased prototype, c. 1985) -- the release version "Metal Soldier Isaac II" is in MAME
"Midnight Landing" (1987, Air System hardware)
"Missile-X" (1977)
"Operation Tiger" (1998) -- Taito PPC-based h/w
"Outer Zone" (1984)
"Power Shovel Simulator" (1999) -- Taito Type Zero hardware
"Raizin Ping Pong" (2002) -- Type Zero hardware
"Rat Patrol" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)
"Real Puncher" (1994)
"Rumba Lumber" (1984)
"Sagaia" -- the American version of Taito's Darius II, licensed by Romstar
"Seafly" (1984)
"Shanghai Sangokuhai Togi" (2002) -- G-Net hardware
"Sky Destroyer" (1985)
"Space Cyclone" (1980, "Safari" hardware)
"Speed Race DX" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Speed Race GP V" (1980)
"Speed Race" (1974) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics
"Spica Adventure" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Steel Worker" (1980)
"Stunt Typhoon Plus" (2001) -- Taito Scorpion hardware
"Stunt Typhoon" (2000)-- Taito Scorpion hardware
"Submarine" (1979?), if it exists
"Super Block" (1978)
"Super Chase - Criminal Termination (Japanese version)" (1992)
"Super Chase - Criminal Termination (World version)" (1992)
"Super Dead Heat" (1985)
"Super Speed Race GP V" (1980)
"Super Speed Race V" (1978)
"Top Bowler" (1978)
"Trampoline" (licensed version of Exidy's "Trapeze," 1978)
"Tri-Attacker" (1981)
"Turn It Around" (1999)
"Ultra Quiz" (1983)
"Vertexer" (1993)
"Western Gun Part II" (1980) -- this is a clone of Nintendo's "Sheriff" on hardware similar to Taito's 3-board Space Invaders hardware.
"Wild Boy" (ever finished/released?, date unknown) -- announced in a Taito newsletter, but no other evidence has been seen
"Wyvern F-0" (1985) -- I loaned Smitdogg and the DU losers $6000 to buy this complete cabinet and he agreed to re-pay it using collected donations but now he refuses to re-pay me so there's no public dump of this. Update: someone else paid so it's now released.
"Yukiwo" (1989) -- pic1, pic2
"Zoids Infinity" (2004) -- System 246/256 hardware with HDD and dongle
"Zoids Infinity EX" (2005) -- System 246/256 hardware with HDD and dongle
Licensed version of AEA's "Rolling Ball" (1982) -- we need a dump of the original version as well
Licensed version of AEA/Zaccaria's "Arcade Super-Reflex" (1982)
Licensed version of Midway's "Blue Shark" (1978, 8080bw hardware) -- or did Taito license it to Midway?
Licensed version of Midway's "Road Champion" (1978, 8080bw hardware?) -- or did Taito license it to Midway?
Licensed version of Midway's "Top Gun" (1976, 8080bw hardware) -- or did Taito license it to Midway?
Licensed version of Sanritsu's "Janputer" (1981)
Licensed version of Williams's "Defender" (1980)
"Captain Zodiac" (1993) -- a punching game similar to Sonic Blast Man. Not a video game, no screen.
"Chase H.Q.: Nancy Yori Kinkyuu Renraku" (2006) -- Type X+ hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"King Of Jurassic" (2005)
"Minna no Oshigoto" (2006)
"Sandlot Baseball" (1985)
"Sea Hunter" (198?) -- prototype
"Space Invaders, Qix: 25th Silver Anniversary" (2003)
"Speed Race Twin" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Super High-Way" (1977) -- Japanese licensed version of 280 Zzzap?
"Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting" (2001)
"Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting: Round 2" (2002)
"T.T. Block" (1977) -- possibly non-CPU
"T.T. Tennis" (1977) -- possibly non-CPU
"T.T. Mahjong II" (1982) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4108&image=3
"Usagi Online" (2005) -- Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Van Allen Belt" (1985)
"Violent Shooting" (1986) -- Japanese version of Cycle Shooting
"Warp 1" (1980)
"Western Gun" (1975) -- Japanese version of Gun Fight

Taito Brazil
"Star Crest" (1980) -- Brazilian version of Moon Cresta
"Big Flyer" (1982) -- licensed version of Kaneko's "Fly Boy"
"Catch Match" (1981) -- licensed version of Amenip's and Centuri's "Round Up"
"Sandwich"/"X-Salada" (1982) -- licensed version of Data East's "Burger Time"
"Time Fighter" (1982) -- licensed version of Konami's "Time Pilot"

Taito / Cyber Front
"Kollon" (2003) -- G-Net hardware

Taito / Eolith
"Chaos Breaker" (2005) -- Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Taito / MOSS
"Azumanga Daioh Puzzle Bobble" (2002) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Raiden III" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Taito / Skonec
"Homura" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Taito / Success
Taito Classics - Space Chaser, QIX, Crazy Balloon (2000 Taito/Success) -- G-Net card, but no evidence seen that it exists?
Battle QIX (2002 Taito/Success) -- G-Net card, but no evidence seen that it exists?
Bomb Boat (2002 Taito/Success) -- G-Net card, but no evidence seen that it exists?

Taito / Takumi
"Giga Wing Generations" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Taito / Valve
"Half Life 2 Survivor" (2005) -- Type X+ hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Taiyo / Nihon Game / Culture Brain
"Space Hunter" (1983)

Takumi
"Crasher Makochan" (on or after 1999) - 3rd in the Medal Panic series
"Horutoru Bomber" (on or after 1999) - 4th in the Medal Panic series
"Shuffle Gakuen" (on or after 1999) - 2nd in the Medal Panic series, Koro Koro Quest being the 1st
"Weather Tales" (2001) -- Taito G-Net hardware. This is the english version of Otenki Kororin. Update: It doesn't exist. Official title includes the words 'Weather Tales'

Tatsumi (Tazmi)
"Gray-Out" (1987)
"TX-1" (1983 -- need Tatsumi version with ROM labels like 'TX1 18B" and TX1 19B" etc. It's a 3 screen version but not with Atari ROM labels
"TX-1 V8" (1984)
Three-monitor version of "Round-Up 5: Super Delta Force" (1989) -- we already have a dump of the single-monitor version
"King Derby" (1986) -- newer version needed, most notable difference is the bet screen layout, copied by "Cow Race" / "K-Race 2001"
"K-Race 2001" (2000) -- bootleg of King Derby 1986 version
"Life" (1997) -- video-based palm-reading fortune teller

Team Play
"Bopper Ball" (2005)
"Centipede / Millipede / Missile Command" (2001) -- part of Classic Arcade series
"Centipede / Millipede / Missile Command / Let's Go Bowling" (2002) -- part of Classic Arcade series
"Cow Tipping" (2004)
"Cross Fire - Maximum Paintball" (2005)
"Defender / Defender II" (2003) -- part of Classic Arcade series
"Joust / Robotron: 2084" (2003) -- part of Classic Arcade series
"Police Trainer 2" (200?)
"Star Trek Voyager - The Arcade Game" (2002)

Tecfri
"Super Pin-ball: Music Ball" (date unknown) -- not a video/pinball hybrid; an entirely video pinball game in a pinball cab

Tecmo
"1 on 1 Government" (2000, Sony ZN1/TPS hardware)
"All American Football" (1987) - Japanese entry. http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&db=videodb&id=4147
"American Football" (1987) --http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&db=videodb&id=43
"Back Fire" (prototype or limited release, 1987) -- Supposedly dumped, but the ROM images haven't been released. This is not the same as the Data East game. A bootleg version is in MAME.
"Clayman Gun hockey" (1999 Tecmo/Riverhill Soft) -- TPS (Tecmo PS based system)
"French Can Can" (1988)
"Kotobuki Grandprix" (1999 Tecmo/Syscom Entertainment) -- TPS (Tecmo PS based system)
"Logic Pro Adventure" (with Able and Amuse World, 1999) -- TPS (Tecmo PS based system)
"Ninja Gaiden II" (1994) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, was in a test location in July 1994
"Photo Play/Masters/World Championship" (1999) -- TPS (Tecmo PS based system)
"Pilot ni Narou" (1999 Tecmo/Pack-In Video) -- TPS (Tecmo PS based system)
"Raizing Zan - The Samurai Gunman" (1998 Tecmo/Wep System) -- TPS (Tecmo PS based system).... i.e. Sony ZN1 hardware
"Super Star Force" (1986)
"Tecmo World Soccer '95" (1995) -- "Tecmo World Soccer '96" sequel is in MAME
"Tecmo Stackers" (1996) -- world version of "Deroon Dero Dero," which is dumped
"The Block Kuzushi" (with Tamsoft/D3 Publisher, 2000) -- not the same as the Visco game
"Tecmo Bowl '88" (1988) -- ever finished/released?
"Tecmo Bowl II" (1988) -- ever finished/released?
"True Valor" (1995?) -- basically the same game as "Shanghai - The Great Wall" on ST-V but it's on TPS (ie ZN-1) hardware

Technos
"Soldier Of Light" (1986) -- UK version of Solar-Warrior / Xain'd Sleena

Teknon Kougyou
"Dracula Hunter" (1979)

Telemark Systems
"Touchdown Fever!" (1979) -- not the same as SNK's TouchDown Fever

Tele Tronic
"Alien Attackers" (198?) -- an Italian bootleg of "Space Invaders", only one known to exist

The Vivid Group
"Fish Wish" (1986) -- VR game on Mandala VR Module hardware
"Hockey And Drums Below" (1986) -- VR game on Mandala VR Module hardware
"Net Minder" (1986) -- VR game on Mandala VR Module hardware
"Turbo Kourier" (1986) -- VR game on Mandala VR Module hardware

Thomas Automatic (TAI)
"Holey Moley" (1982) -- licensed version of Yachiyo's "Mole Attack"
"Oli Boo Chu" (1981) -- Licensed version of Irem's game
"Triple Punch" (1982) -- Licensed version of Sanritsu's or KKI's game
"Survivor" (1982) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=thumbs&id=2649
"Ten Spot" (1982)

Thrillseekers
"Wipe Out XL" (2001)

Titus
"Fire & Forget II" (1989) -- was there an original "Fire & Forget"?

Toaplan
"Emma Daio" (1993)
"Genkai Chousen Distopia" (1994) -- prototype
"Jong Ou"/"Mahjong King" (for SNK, 1984)
"Jong Kyou"/"Mahjong Mania" (1985)
"Survival Battle Dynamic Trial 7" (prototype, 1993)
"Zero Wing" (1989) -- Simultaneous 2 Player version

Tomy
"Attack Pla-Rail" (199?) -- Namco System 12 hardware

Tomy / Taito
"Zoids Card Colosseum" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Zoids Infinity EX" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Zoids Infinity and EX Plus are dumped and on Namco System 256 hardware so this could be on System 256

Top Gun Entertainment, Inc.
"Air-to-Air Combat / Air-to-Ground Missions / Formation Flight / Carrier Landings" (1993) -- Virtual Fighter flight simulator hardware

Total
"Yoyo Punch" (1999)

Toucy Video
"Galaxy Battle" (date unknown)

Tradewest
"Ikari Warriors" (1986) -- Licensed version of SNK's game
"Victory Road" (1986) -- Licensed version of SNK's game

Treasure
"Gun Beat" (1999) -- prototype on Naomi hardware
"Ikaruga" (2001) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Project RS-2" (2001) -- prototype version of "Ikaruga" (Radiant Silvergun 2) in which the number of shots your fighter can fire is limited; bullets can be replenished by absorbing enemy shots, but if you run out you can only attack at close range. http://www.arcade-history.com/history_database.php?page=detail&id=1179

Triangle Service
"Trizeal" (2004) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Triotech Amusements
"Ballistics" (2003) -- 80GB HDD is secured. Do we need anything else? Would be PC-based so at least BIOS and h/w info is required.

True Balance
"CyberLaw" (1997)

Tsunami Visual Technologies
"Air Raid - This Is Not A Drill" (2002) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System
"Air Strike" (2002) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System
"Beach Head 2000 Special Edition" (2000) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System, also released in a smaller cabinet and as a conversion kit
"Beach Head 2000" (2000) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System
"Crimson Skies" (2002) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System
"Ex Zeus" (2003) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System
"MechWarrior 4 - Vengeance" (2002) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System hardware
"Star Wars StarFighter" (2003) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System hardware
"TsuMo Re-Volt" (2004) -- Tsumo Multi-Game Motion System hardware

Turtle
"Spacian" (1979?) -- clone of "Galaxian" or "Space Invaders"?
"Super UFO" (1979?) -- sequel to "UFO No. 1"
"UFO No. 1" (1978) -- "Breakout" style game, your ball is a UFO

Two-Bit Score
"Arkanoid Plus" (year unknown) -- a hack of Arkanoid
Super ABC (1999) -- A conversion kit of a collection of Pacman-based games (Pacman, Ms Pacman, Super Pacman etc) running on an original Midway Pacman PCB
"Supercharger 1942" (year unknown) -- a hack of 1942

UbiSoft
Arcade version of "POD" (1997) -- exhibited at '97 E3 expo

UEP System (Uni Enterprise)
"Atama no Taisou" (1983)
Original version of "Hole Land" (1984) -- the Tecfri licensed version is already in MAME

Ultracade Technologies
"Feeding Frenzy" (2004)
"Smack 'n Bash" (2005) -- a video mallet game
"Tempo Kiddo" (2005) -- a drumming game
"Ultracade Multi-Game System" (2001+) -- Not offically licensed arcade game on PC-based hardware for arcade or home use
"Ultracade Multi-Game System 86 Game Base Pack"
"Ultracade Multi-Game System 86 Game Base Packs including Midway Smash Pack 1, Capcom Classics 1, Capcom Classics 2, Capcom Classics 3, Fighting Classics 1, Taito Classics 1, Taito Classics 2, Jaleco Action Pack, Toaplan Classics 1, Toaplan Classics 2, Stern Classics, Spinner Classics, Bubble Classics, Sports Classics, Shooter Classics, Arcade Museum, Pac-Family Classics Pack, Pop Pack, Trackball Classic Pack, Sports Pack Volume 1, Sports Pack Volume 2, Casino Pack, Exidy Museum, Dragon's Lair 20th Anniversary Edition, and Mega Pack; individual games include Frogger, Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr., Donkey Kong 3, Q*Bert, Bombjack Twin, Gyruss, and Phoenix"
"World Thoroughbred Breeder's Cup Championship Tournament Edition" (2005)
"World Thoroughbred Breeder's Cup Championship Tournament Edition (2006 Update)" (2006)
"Street Fighter Anniversary Edition" (2004)

Uniana
"Frenzy Express" (2001)
"Hog Wild" (2003)
"OX Survival Plus" (2002)
"P's Attack" (2004)
"S.A.P.T." (2004) -- stands for Special Automobile Police Team

Unico
"Purple Magic" (1996)
"Sprinter" (1998)
"The Age Of Heroes - Silkroad 2" (2001)

Uniondigital
"Metal Blood" (1998)

Universal
"Computer—R-3" (1978)
"Fantastic Voyage" (1982) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&id=5233
"Get A Way" (1980)
"Go! Go! Coaster" (1983) -- probably a precursor to Mr. Do's Wild Ride
"Harem Cat" (1979) -- hybrid pinball/video for PinMAME
"Limbo" (1978) -- hybrid pinball/video for PinMAME
"Mr. Gun-Man" (1980)
"Mrs. Dynamite" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982)
"Sengoku no Jieitai" -- this is original Japanese version of "No Man's Land"
"Shark Treasure" (1978)
"Star-rub" (1978)
"Top Gear" (prototype?, 1984?)
"B-29" (1977) - rifle game with video monitor
"Scratch" (1977) - aka Break Out

[Unknown]
"B-52 Bomber" (year unknown)
"Crazy Mazey" (year unknown)
"CG Video" (year unknown)
"Cruncher" (1980) -- prototype
"Demon Castle" (1983)
"Diamond Derby" (1987?) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4206&image=1
"Donkey King" (1981) -- a bootleg of "Crazy Kong" on Crazy Kong hardware; frequently mentioned in 80's game books; differences include the title screen, the monkey animations, the jump angle, and a bug where finishing with certain times left will give a huge point bonus
"Dream Land" (198?) -- a bootleg of "Bubble Bobble" with a different level order
"Dragon Killer" (1977)
"EEEKK!" (Shinkai/Magic Electronics?, year unknown) -- modified "Pac-Man" hardware
"Force One" (1982)
"Galactic Invaders" (1980) -- possibly a Space Invaders bootleg
"Glutton" (year unknown) -- Pac-Man clone with a dedicated cab
"Hot Race" (1980) -- bootleg of Rally-X
"Jackler" or "Jugular" (1982) -- bootleg of Jungler
"King Derby" (year unknown)
"Vegas 3 Way" (year unknown) -- includes a choice of three games from Black Jack, Hi-Lo Double Up Joker Poker, Slots, and Red Dog; http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4273&image=3
"Winners Circle" (year unknown) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4273&image=3
"Kokoroji 2" (year unknown) -- System 32 hardware with CD drive, a TV quiz show
"Korean Pro Baseball 98" (1998)
"Krazy Kong" (1981?) -- bootleg of Donkey Kong or Crazy Kong
"Macrocosm Wars" (1980) -- bootleg of Galaxian
"Meteor" (1980) -- bootleg of Asteroids
"Meteor Part II" (year unknown)
"MTV Trivia" (Dynasoft?, 1986?) -- modified "Pac-Man" hardware
"Mugger" (1980) -- a prototype released to some test locations in Atlanta, Georgia
"Mutant Warrior" -- a bootleg copy of possibly Altered Beast
"Pinky's Maze" [title uncertain] (manufacturer unknown, year unknown) -- modified "Pac-Man" hardware; flyer has been seen
"Planet Probe" (1985) -- A horizontal shooter, even if you shot vertically (like in Tehkan's Senjyo).
"Spy Agent" (1983) -- bootleg of Taito's Elevator Action
"Starship Fantasy" (1979?) -- bootleg of Atari's Asteroids
"Super 30 In 1" (199?) -- probably of Chinese origin, bootlegs 30 Sega Master System and Nintendo Famicom games on the same hardware, very popular in arcades of the former Yugoslav republics in the early 90's
"Super Heli" (1981) -- clone of Super Cobra
"Super Sports" (year unknown)
"The Ghost City Of The Sea" (200?) -- unless it's completely electromechanical
"Thunder Heroes" (year unknown)
"Zip" (1981) -- clone of Qix

Update Kits, Inc.
"Cute-See" (1982) -- an upgrade to Pac-Man

UPI
"Stripper" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

UPL
"Friday" (1983)
"Super Wing" (1985) -- game is dumped and in MAME but we need a dump of the color PROM

U.S. Billiards
"Shark" (1976?)
"Space Battle" (1977) -- not the same as the "Space War" bootleg or the Hoei game
"U.S. Billiards" (1976)
"Video Pool" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics, manual available at http://www.mameworld.net/discrete/Rough/VideoPool/VideoPool.pdf

USA Games
Licensed version of Toaplan's "Hellfire" (1989)

U.S. Games
"Games V15.6X" (1989) -- we have seen proof that this versions exists
"Midnight Rescue" (1992)

Vectorbeam
"OOPS" (prototype, 1978)
"Scramble" (prototype vector game, 1978)
"Space War" (1977) -- probably a clone of Cinematronics' Space Wars

Vend Japan
"Grand Prix" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Venture Line
"Cosmic Avenger" (1981) -- Licensed version of Universal's game
"Jubilee" (1983) -- general conversion kit, http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4604&image=1
"The Golden Cup" (year unknown)
"Spiders" (1981) -- licensed version of the Sigma game

Viccom
"Fight Fever 2: The Eye Of Typhoon / Kyoku Cho Gou Ken" (1996) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, shown at the AOU Show in February 1996

Video Computer Systems
"Microform: Electronic Horse Racing" (year unknown) -- available in both a two player amusement version and a multiplayer payout version

Video Games
"Bubble Canyon" (1977) -- clone of Atari's "Canyon Bomber"
"Collision" (1978?) -- clone of Sega's "Head On"; same as the Elcon Industries game?
"Kamikaze III" (1979?) -- clone of "Galaxian"
"Super Crash" (1978?) -- clone of Atari's "Super Breakout"
"Space Attack" (1979?) -- clone of the Sega game?

Video Games Ltd. (Might be the same company as above?)
"Avus 2" (1976) -- German version of "Sprint 2" by Atari
"UniWar S" (1980) -- German version of the Irem game
"Video 21" (year unknown)

Videotron
"Struggle" (1981) -- clone of Konami's "Scramble"

Video Horizons
"Draw Poker" (year unknown)
"Keno" (year unknown)
"Triple Up Poker" (1988)

Video System
"Gappolin" (1997)
"Super Volley '94" (limited release NeoGeo MVS cart, 1994)
"3 on 3 Dunk Madness" (1997)
"Fighting Volley" (199?) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, tentative title
"Final Romance 2" (1995) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, a version on dedicated hardware is in MAME

Virtual Images Inc.
"Cyber City" (1993) -- VR game on Reality Plus hardware
"Cyber Dome" (1995) -- VR game on Cyberdome hardware
"Strata-fear" (1995) -- flight simulator game on Strata-fear hardware
"Strata-fear 1" (1995) -- VR driving game on Dune Buggy hardware; the game name seems like it could be an error because it sounds like a Virtual Images flight simulator game
"V Racing" (1993) -- VR game on Reality Plus hardware

Virtual Reality Entertainment
"Cybertag" (1993) -- VR game on Reality Rocket hardware
"Wolfenstein VR" (1993) -- VR game on Reality Rocket hardware
"Xenomorph" (1994) -- VR game on VRE POD hardware

Virtual World Entertainment
"Atlantis" (1995) -- VR game on Tesla System hardware
"Battletech" (1996) -- VR game on Tesla System hardware
"Battletech" (1996) -- VR game on VR POD 2.5 and 3.0 hardware
"Cavern" (1995) -- VR game on Tesla System hardware
"Red Planet" (1995) -- VR game on Tesla System hardware
"Red Planet" 1995) -- VR game on VR POD 2.5 and 3.0 hardware

Virtualistix
"Future Shock - The Terminator" (1995) -- VR game on ADAM I hardware

Virtuality
"Buggy Ball" (1994) -- VR game on 2000SD hardware
"Clay Master" (1995) -- VR game on Total Recoil hardware
"Dactyl Nightmare" (1991) -- VR game on 1000CS hardware
"Dactyl Nightmare II - Race For The Eggs" (1994) -- VR game on SU2000 hardware
"Dactyl Nightmare SP" (1994) -- VR game on SU2000 hardware
"Exorex" (1991) -- VR game on 1000SD hardware
"Flying Aces" (1991) -- VR game on 1000SD hardware
"Ghost Train" (1994) -- VR game on 2000SD hardware
"Grid Busters" (1991) -- VR game on 1000CS hardware
"Hero" (1991) -- VR game on 1000CS hardware
"Legend Quest" (1991) -- VR game on 1000CS hardware
"Missile Command" (1994) -- VR game on 2000SD hardware
"Pac-Man VR" (1996) -- a first-person Pac-Man game played with a virtual reality headset
"Quick Shot Carnival" (1995) -- VR game on Total Recoil hardware
"Shoot For Loot" (1994) -- VR game on SU2000 hardware
"Skeet Master" (1995) -- VR game on Total Recoil hardware
"Total Destruction" (1991) -- VR game on 1000SD hardware
"Trap Master" (1995) -- VR game on Total Recoil hardware
"Virtuality Boxing" (1994) -- VR game on SU2000 hardware
"Vtol" (1991) -- VR game on 1000SD hardware
"X-Treme Strike" (1994) -- VR game on 2000SD hardware
"Zero Hour" (199?) -- VR game on 3000 Series hardware
"Zone Hunter" (1994) -- VR game on SU2000 hardware

Vision Of Reality
"Cybergate" (1993) -- VR game on Fantasy Transport Pod hardware

Visco
"Bang Busters" (a.k.a. "Bang^2 Busters" or "Bang Bang Busters," prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1994)
"Clown Magic" (2002)
"Clown Magic Cherry Rush" (2005)
"F1 World Grand Prix" (1998) -- Naomi hardware
"Hanashibari" (2001)
"Hanashibari Fuushikaiden" (2003)
"Koi Koi Shimasho - Super Real Hanafuda" (1995)
"Pastel Island" (1993)
"Royal Jockey Club" (2002)
"Storm Blade (Japanese version)" (1996)
"Tenrin No Syo Chicago" (1994) -- Neo-Geo MVS hardware, a prototype version of "Breakers" shown at the AM Show in April 1994
"Puzzle KO Club" (1994) -- prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, shown at the AM Show in September 1994

Vision
"Mad Ball" (1997) -- not the same as the Data East game

VLC, Inc.
"Winning Touch" (year unknown) -- touchscreen game, unknown how many versions exist

Volly Industries
"Batter Up" (1976) -- possibly non-CPU
"Countdown"

Warashi
"Usagi Yasei no Topai - Yamashiro Mahjong Compilation" (2003) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware
"Trigger Heart Exelica" (2006) -- Naomi GD-ROM hardware

Walt Disney Company
"Aladdin Carpet Ride" (1994) -- VR game on Disney Vision hardware

Wecom
"Cutey Fatty" (2002?) -- pic1, pic2, pic3. You are a girl who weighs 100kg but wants to lose weight, so you go around town with your dog shooting junk food and eating vegetables.

Wico
"Treasure Cove" (ever finished/released?, c. 1982) -- confirmed electromechanical http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&db=arcadedb&id=733

Williams
"1942" -- Licensed version of the Capcom game
"Devastator" (prototype, 1983?) -- 3D, 68K-based
"Escort" (year unknown)
"Predators" (prototype, 1984) -- linked two Nintendo Vs. Dualsystem cabinets so that four players could play simultaneously; player stations were color-coded and individually designated "Condor," "Eagle," "Falcon," and "Hawk"
"Revenge From Mars" (1999) -- hybrid pinball/video for PinMAME
"Zero Wing" (1989) -- licensed U.S. version of the Toaplan game, allows two player simultaneous play
"Star Rider" (1983) -- Videodisk or Laser disc hardware
"Star Wars, Episode I: The Phantom Menace" (2000) -- hybrid pinball/video for PinMAME

Woodplace
Original version of "Fire Trap" (1986) -- Data East and bootleg versions are in MAME
"Ninja Web" (1986) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4153&image=4
"Super Othello" (1986) -- http://www.arcadeflyers.net/?page=flyerdb&subpage=flyer&id=4153&image=4

World Games
Licensed version of Taito's "Kuri Kinton" (1988)

World Vending
"Invader Wars" (1979) -- Space Invaders clone

Worldwing
"Shot Crows" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Xatrix Entertainment, Inc.
"SpeedScape" (1993) -- VR game on SpeedScape hardware

XNauts
"Taisen Hot Gimmick Mix Party" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!
"Taisen Hot Gimmick 5" (2005) -- Taito Type X hardware. Note most Type X games are hacked to run on PCs, we need proper dumps!

Yankee Game Technology
"Grudge Match" (ever finished/released?, 1989) -- not the same as the Bally/Sente game

Yeonseong
"Magic Bingo" (1998)

Ynizu
"Puzzlet" (2001)

Young Sung
"Byung Jung No Ri (Soldiers Playing)" -- A Dynax-based Hanafuda game, there is a second edition also.

Yulim
"Mi-In-Ga 2" (1997)

Yumekobo
"Karate Ninja Sho" (prototype NeoGeo MVS cart, 1995)

Yuvo
"Play Back" (ever finished/released?, date unknown)

Zaccaria
"Arcade Super-Reflex" (with AEA, 1982) -- would be nice to get a dump of the Taito licensed version as well
"Safari" (1984) -- clone/bootleg of Olympia's "Portraits"
"Sea Battle" (date unknown); probably not the same as the Ramtek game
"Space Pirate" (1980) -- ripoff of Cinematronics' "Rip Off"; not the same as the American Laser game (obviously)
"Vanguard" (1981) -- licensed Italian version of the SNK game




Questionable Games Part 5
Here are some games, often from KLOV, that were mentioned but couldn't find good confirmation of. If anyone can verify or refute their existence, be sure to post about it.

Nihon Bussan / AV Japan
"Out Fencer" (1989) -- This is most probably not existing by Nihon, and more likely the alt. title of a Data East game called 'Act Fancer'

Nihon Selmo
"Guardian 3D Battle Simulator" (1993)

Surf Systems
"Urban Surfin'" (1988)
"Air Boardin'" (1993)
"Urban Surfin' 2" (1993)

Time Warner Interactive
"Psychic Killers Taromaru" (1998)

[Unknown]
"Pink Floyd The Wall" (1983) -- probably a hack of Donkey Kong; sometimes said to be by Bally Midway, but that seems unlikely
"Toilet Bowl Mania" (1984?) -- according to a message board post, "It was a ground based shooter, except you drove around on a motorized toilet bowl and slung your fecal matter at the enemy."

Atari
"Necromancer" (1986) -- there is such an Atari 8-bit computer game
"Mighty Mouse" (2001)
"Mobile Suit Gundam Wing" (2001)

Compile
"Puyo Wars" (year unknown) -- there is such a GameBoy game

Konami
"The Powerpuff Girls" (2001)

Nintendo
"Pokemon" (2001) -- copy of Himshou Goran Pocket Monster

Sega
"NBA Slam Dunk" (2003)

Advanced Video Technology
"Arrow Bingo" (1986)

Capitol Projector Corp.
"Auto Test" (1975) -- non-CPU, might use ROM for graphics

Data East
"Balloon Circus" (1978)

Dynax
"Amman De Pinky" (1988) - This is 'Almond Pinky'. D'oh!

E-plus
"Championship Shootout" (1988)

Game-A-Tron
"Cosmikaze" (1981)

Hasbro
"Monopoly" (2002)

HME Inc.
"Ford Racing" (2001) -- there is such a PC game

Konami
"The Legends Of The Mystical Ninja" (1992) -- there is such a SNES game

Mastertronic
"Hyper Bowl" (1987) -- there is such a Commodore 64 game

Nintendo
"Himshou Goran Pocket Monster" (2001)

Sega
"Global Defense" (1988) -- there is such a Sega Master System game
"Mazin Saga" (1993) -- probably Mazin Wars

Taito
"Flying Hawk" (1988) -- probably actually "Fighting Hawk"

[Unknown]
"Club Lambada" (1980) -- a Spanish Pac-Man hack featuring a turbo option and a different soundtrack
"Car Race" or "Video Race" (1981) -- prototype, a simple racing game in a small cabinet with room for small children to sit down in, the title screen says "Car Race" while the side decals say "Video Race"

Viking
"Casino Classic" (1987)

Capcom
"Code Name: Viper" (1989) -- CPS hardware, there was such an NES game
"Capcom Golf" (1991) -- probably the same as "Ashita Tenki Ninaare"
"1945" (1998) -- there is such a Playstation 2 game
"Bump In The Night" (2001) -- CPS III hardware, almost certainly fake. CPS III was dead long before 2001

Hasbro Interactive
"Clue" or "Cluedo" (2002) -- there is such a game for the PC

Hudson Soft
"Binary Land" (1985) -- there is such an NES game

Konami
"Comic Bakery" (1984) -- there is such a Commodore 64 game

NEC
"Alien Crush" (1988) -- there is such a game for the Turbo Grafix 16

NoSync
"Cemescary" (1998) -- there's a Centipede hack of the same name, not sure how similar it is to the description

Sega
"Center Court" (1987) -- perhaps they're thinking of "Passing Shot"

Taito
"Cisco 400" (1977) -- probably actually "Fisco 400"

Universal
"Alien Invader" (1979) -- probably actually "Cosmic Alien"

Video Technology
"Crazy Chewy" (1980) -- there is such a game for the Creativision

Data East
"Balloon Circus" (1978)
"Super Break" (1978)
"Super Break 2" (1978)

Jaleco
"Strike Alley" (1995)
"Super Circuit" (1995) -- same as Super Circuit Red Zone listed above?

Konami
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III - The Manhattan Project" (1992) -- there is such an NES game
"Vic Viper" (1995)
"Youlide-Chui Nu" (2001) -- clone of Powerpuff Girls

Mastertronic
"Xenon II: Megablast" (1989) -- there is such an Amiga game

Nichibutsu
"Star Attack" (1982)

Project Support Engineering (PSE)
"U.N. Command" (1977) -- non-CPU, but uses ROM for graphics; a two-player version of Bazooka

Sega
"Star Jaguar" (1983)
"Star Laker" (1982)

Tago Electronics
"Video Hustler" (1981) -- licensed version of the Konami game?

Taito
"Violence Fight II" (1992) -- probably actually Solitary Fighter
"Wall Block" (1978)

Tehkan
"Space Tank" (1983) -- same game as Senjyo?

THQ
"SmackDown" (2000) -- this game was released on several consoles

[Unknown]
"Word Zapper" (1982) -- there is such an Atari 2600 game










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