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Also known as anime-based games, this is a list of computer and video games that are based on manga or anime properties.

Contents: Top · 0–9 · A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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  • Ah! My Goddess! (PC-FX, NEC, December 27, 1997, ¥8000, Adventure
    • Quiz Ah! My Goddess!: Tatakau Tsubasa to Tomo ni (Arcade, Sega/Wow Entertainment Inc./Kodansha, May 2000, Adventure/Quiz)
    • Quiz Ah! My Goddess!: Tatakau Tsubasa to Tomo ni (Dreamcast, Sega/Wow Entertainment Inc./Kodansha, November 20, 2000, ¥5800/¥8800, Adventur)
  • Ace wo Nerae! (Super Famicom, Telenet Japan, December 24, 1993, ¥9400, Tennis)
  • Akaneiro ni somaru saka (PC, PS2 )
  • Akazukin ChaCha (Game Boy, Tomy, 1995)
    • Akazukin ChaCha (Super Famicom, Tomy, 1996, Role-playing)
    • Akazukin ChaCha: Osawagase! Panic Race! (PC-FX, NEC, October 25, 1996, ¥7800, Board)
  • Akira (Famicom, Taito, ¥6800, Role-playing)
    • Akira (CD-32, Ice, £30, Action)
    • Akira (Nintendo 64, PS1, ?, ?)
    • Akira Phycho Pinball (PlayStation 2 (2006))
  • Akuma-kun: Makai no Wana (Family Computer)
  • Angelic Layer (Game Boy Advance)
  • Aoi Blink (PC Engine, Hudson, April 27, 1990, ¥5800, Action)
  • Appleseed: Prometheus no Shintaku(Super Famicon, Visit, 1994, ¥9800, Action)
  • Area 88 (Arcade, Capcom, August 1989, Shooting, titled U.N. Squadron in North America)
    • Area 88 (Super Famicom, Capcom, July 26, 1991, ¥8500, Shooting, titled U.N. Squadron in North America)
  • Armored Police Metal Jack (Game Boy, Super Famicom)
  • Armored Troopers Votoms (Super Famicom, Takara, 3D fighting)
    • Armored Trooper Votoms Gaiden: Blue Knight Berserga Story (PlayStation, Takara, October 30, 1997, ¥9800/¥5800, 3D fighting)
    • Armored Troopers Votoms: Woodo.Kummen (PlayStation, Takara, April 2, 1998, ¥9800/¥5800, 3D action)
    • Armored Trooper Votoms: Lightning Slash (PlayStation, Takara, March 18, 1999, ¥9800/¥5800, 3D action)
    • Armored Troopers Votoms: Steel Force (PlayStation, Takara, September 30, 1999, ¥6800, Strategy)
  • Ashita no Joe (Super Famicom, Kei Amuzement, November 27, 1992, ¥8900, Boxing)
    • Ashita no Joe no Densetsu (NeoGeo, Boxing)
  • Astro Boy (PlayStation 2)
  • Aura Battler Dunbine (PlayStation, Bandai, March 4, 2000, ¥6800, Strategy/Fighting)

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  • Kachō Kōsaku Shima (Super Famicom, Nintendo DS)
  • Kakutō Ryōri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Wonder Battle Hen (WonderSwan Color, Banpresto, September 30, 1999, ¥3980, Role-playing)
    • Kakutō Ryōri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Gekitō Food & Battle Hen (Game Boy Color, Banpresto, 1999, Role-playing)
    • Kakutō Ryōri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Kettō Bistogarumu Hen (Game Boy Color, Banpresto, 1999, Role-playing)
    • Kakutō Ryōri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Gekitō Food & Battle Hen (Game Boy Color, Banpresto, October 1, 2000, ¥1000, Role-playing)
    • Kakutō Ryōri Densetsu Bistro Recipe: Kettō Bistogarumu Hen (Game Boy Color, Banpresto, December 1, 2000, ¥1000, Role-playing)
  • Karakuri Kengō Den Musashi Lord (Game Boy, Family Computer)
  • KOU-GA-SHA ~Space Odyssey~
  • Konjiki no Gash Bell
  • Kōryū no Mimi (Super Famicom)
  • Kaze no Stigma (PC)
  • Kuroshitsuji: Phantom and Ghost (Nintendo DS)
  • K-On! Houkago Live!! (PSP)

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