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This is a list of video games in the Simple series.

PlayStation

Simple 1500 Series

  • Vol. 1: The Mahjong (developed by Chatnoir)
  • Vol. 2: The Shougi (developed by Alpha-Beta)
  • Vol. 3: The Gomoku Narabe (developed by Itsui)
  • Vol. 4: The Reversi (developed by Itsui)
  • Vol. 5: The Igo (developed by Ken Chen)
  • Vol. 6: The Hanafuda (developed by Success)
  • Vol. 7: The Card (developed by Success)
  • Vol. 8: The Solitaire (developed by Success)
  • Vol. 9: The Chess (developed by F. Schneider and Success)
  • Vol. 10: The Billiard (developed by argent and Success)
Known as Billiards and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 11: The Pinball 3D (developed by Nekogumi)
  • Vol. 12: The Quiz (developed by Tears and Ichikawa Software)
  • Vol. 13: The Race (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Pro Racer and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; known as Racing and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 14: The Block Kuzushi (The Block Destruction) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 15: The Pachinko (developed by Claftman)
  • Vol. 16: The Pachislot ([1])
  • Vol. 17: The Bike Race (developed by NCS)
  • Vol. 18: The Bowling (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Bowling and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 19: The Sugoroku (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 20: The Puzzle (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
  • Vol. 21: The Yakyuu ~Pro Yakyuu Jitsumeiban~ (The Baseball ~Pro Baseball Real Name Edition~) (developed by E's)
  • Vol. 22: The Pro Wrest (The Pro Wrestling) (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
  • Vol. 23: The Gateball (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 24: The Gun Shooting (developed by Tatsunoko Production)
  • Vol. 25: The Keiba (The Horse Racing) (developed by Nekogumi)
  • Vol. 26: The Tennis (developed by Nekogumi)
Known as All-Star Tennis and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; known as Tennis and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 27: The Snowboard (developed by Atelier Double)
Known as Snowboard Racer and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; known as Snowboard and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 28: The Dungeon RPG (developed by Mint and Plophet)
  • Vol. 29: The Tsuri (The Fishing) (developed by access)
  • Vol. 30: The Basket ~1 on 1 Plus~ (developed by I.T. Planning and Jorudan)
  • Vol. 31: The Sound Novel (developed by Ooparts)
  • Vol. 32: The Boxing (developed by Nekogumi)
Known as All-Star Boxing and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; known as Boxing and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 33: The Takkyuu (The Table Tennis) (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 34: The Quiz Bangumi (The Quiz Show) (developed by Athena)
  • Vol. 35: The Shooting (developed by CyberDreams and C.I.I.)
Known as Shooter: Space Shot and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 36: The Renai Simulation ~Natsu Iro Celebration~ (The Love Simulation ~Summer Color Celebration~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 37: The Illust Puzzle & Slide Puzzle (developed by Earthly Production)
  • Vol. 38: The Real Racing: Toyota (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
  • Vol. 39: The Mahjong 2 (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 40: The Shougi 2 (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 41: The Reversi 2 (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 42: The Igo 2 (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 43: The Hanafuda 2 (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 44: The Card 2 (developed by Amedio)
Known as Card Games and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 45: The Block Kuzushi 2 (The Block Destruction 2) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Block Buster and published by Phoenix Games in Europe
  • Vol. 46: The Mahjong Ochige: Rakujong (The Mahjong Falling Game: Falljong) (developed by Enterbrain)
  • Vol. 47: The Skateboard (developed by Microcabin and Atelier Double)
  • Vol. 48: The Puzzle 2 (developed by Axes Art Amuse)
Known as Destructo 2 and published by Phoenix Games in Europe
  • Vol. 49: The Casino (developed by Break)
  • Vol. 50: The Billiard 2 (developed by argent)
  • Vol. 51: The Jigsaw Puzzle (developed by AMS)
  • Vol. 52: The Pro Wrest 2 (The Pro Wrestling 2) (developed by Yuke's)
  • Vol. 53: The Helicopter (developed by Tomcat System)
Known as RC Helicopter and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 54: The Volleybal ~Break Volley Plus~ (developed by Aqua Rogue and ART)
  • Vol. 55: The Darts (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 56: The Sniper (developed by Sol and Bestmedia)
  • Vol. 57: The Meiro (The Maze) (developed by Mint and Plophet)
  • Vol. 58: The Sumou (The Sumo) (developed by Multimedia Intelligence Transfer)
  • Vol. 59: The Suiri ~IT Tantei: 18 no Jikenbo~ (The Interference ~IT Detective: Case File 18~) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 60: The Table Hockey (developed by Break)
  • Vol. 61: The Quiz 2 (developed by Ooparts)
  • Vol. 62: The Ski (developed by Atelier Double)
  • Vol. 63: The Gun Shooting 2 (developed by AMS)
  • Vol. 64: The Kickboxing (developed by Jorudan)
Known as Kickboxing Knockout and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; known as Kickboxing and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 65: The Golf (developed by Highwaystar)
  • Vol. 66: The Kaiten: Mawasunda!! (The Rotation: Revolve-nda!) (developed by Taito)
Port of an Arcade game of the same name
  • Vol. 67: The Soccer ~Dynamite Soccer 1500~ (developed by A-Max)
  • Vol. 68: The RC Car: RC de Go! (developed by Taito)
Known as RC de Go and published by Acclaim in Europe; previously released as RC de Go! by Taito as a arcade game with same name.
  • Vol. 69: The Putter Golf (developed by Amedio)
Known as Putter Golf and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 70: The War Simulation ~Jin no Sourishimono Tachi~ (developed by Sol and Bestmedia)
  • Vol. 71: The Renai Simulation 2 ~Fureai~ (The Love Simulation 2 ~Contact~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 72: The Beach Volley (developed by Break)
  • Vol. 73: The Invader ~Space Invaders 1500~ (developer by Taito)
  • Vol. 74: The Horror Mystery ~Sangekikan Cabin Hakushaku no Fukkastsu~ (The Horror Mystery ~Tragedy Hall Cabin Count's Revival~) (developed by Game Stage)
  • Vol. 75: The Double Shooting ~Ray Storm x Ray Crisis~ (developed by Taito)
Previously released as Double Shooting: Ray Storm x Ray Crisis by Taito
  • Vol. 76: The Dodgeball (developed by access)
Known as Super Slammin' Dodge Ball and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; known as All-Star Slammin' D-Ball and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 77: The Suiei (The Swimming) (developed by Highwaystar)
  • Vol. 78: The Zero Yon (The Zero-Four) (developed by Quintet)
  • Vol. 79: The Shisenshou (The Sichuan) (developed by Irem Software Engineering and Warashi)
  • Vol. 80: The Jintori ~Volfied 1500~ (developed by Taito)
Known as Qix Neo and published by Mud Duck in the US
  • Vol. 81: The Renai Adventure ~Okaeri!~ (The Love Adventure ~Welcome Home!~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 82: The Sensuikan (The Submarine) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 83: The Wakeboard ~Burstrick Wake Boarding!!~ (developed by Metro Corporation)
Known as Burstrick Wake Boarding!! and published by JVC Music Europe in Europe; previously released as Burstrick Wake Boarding!! by Metro Corporation
  • Vol. 84: The Intro Quiz (developed by AMS)
  • Vol. 85: The Sengoku Bushou ~Tenkatouitsu no Yabou~ (The Sengoku Commander ~Ambitions of National Unification~) (developed by Siesta)
  • Vol. 86: The Onigokko (The Tag) (developed by Sol and Bestmedia)
  • Vol. 87: The Kyoutei (The Boat Race) (developed by Highwaystar)
  • Vol. 88: The Gal Mahjong: Love Songs ~Idol ha High Rate~ (The Gal Mahjong: Love Songs ~Idol is High-Rate) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 89: The Power Shovel ~Pover Shovel ni Norou!!~ (The Power Shovel ~Get On the Power Shovel!!~ (developed by Taito)
Known as Power Diggerz and published by JVC Music Europe in Europe; previously released as Power Shovel ni Norou!! by Taito
  • Vol. 90: The Sensha (The Tank) (developed by Highwaystar)
Known as Mobile Armor and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 91: The Gambler (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 92: The Tozan RPG ~Ginrei no Hasha~ (The Mountain Climbing RPG ~Conqueror of the Silvery Peak~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 93: The Puzzle Bobble ~Puzzle Bobble 4~ (developed by Taito)
Known as Bust-a-Move 4 and published by Acclaim in Europe and in the US; previously released as Puzzle Bobble 4 by Taito
  • Vol. 94: The Cameraman ~Gekisha Boy Omakefu~ (The Cameraman ~Gekisha Boy with Extras~) (developed by Irem Software Engineering and Tomcat System)
Port of the PC Engine game Gekisha Boy (Photo Boy in Europe) with a few additions
  • Vol. 95: The Hikouki (The Aeroplane) (developed by Highwaystar)
Known as Aces of the Air and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 96: The Yakyuu 2 ~2002 Pro Yakyuu~ (The Baseball 2 ~2002 Pro Baseball) (developed by access)
  • Vol. 97: The Squash (developed by Highwaystar)
Known as Street Racquetball and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 98: The Futsal (developed by Axes Art Amuse)
  • Vol. 99: The Kendou ~Ken no Hanamichi~ (The Kendo ~Walkway of the Sword~) (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 100: The Uchuu Hikoushi (The Astronaut) (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 101: The Sentou (The Public Bath) (developed by Max Entertainment)
  • Vol. 102: The Densha Untenshi: Densha de Go! Nagoya Tetsudou Hen (The Train Driver: Densha de Go! Nagoya Railway Edition) (developed by Taito)
  • Vol. 103: The Ganso Densha Untenshi ~Densha de Go!~ (The Pioneer Train Driver ~Densha de Go!~) (developed by Taito)
  • Vol. 104: The Pink Panther ~Pinkadelic Pursuit~ (developed by Etrange Libellules)
French game by Etrange Libellules released first in Europe as Pink Panther: Pinkadelic Pursuit

Simple 1500 Jitsuyou Series

  • Vol. 1: Norikae Annai ~2000 Nenban~ (Transfer Guide ~Year 2000 Edition~) (developed by Jorudan)
  • Vol. 2: Katei no Fuusui (Household Feng Shui) (developed by Game Stage)
  • Vol. 3: Seimei Handan (Onomancy) (developed by Game Stage)
  • Vol. 4: Ryouri ~Teiban Ryouri Recipe Shou~ (Cooking ~Staple Dish Recipe Collection~) (developed by Nekogumi)
  • Vol. 5: Kusuri no Jiten ~Pill Book 2001 Nenban~ (Encyclopedia of Medicine ~Pill Book Year 2001 Edition~) (developed by Hi)
  • Vol. 6: Cocktail no Recipe (Cocktail Recipes) (developed by Astroll)
  • Vol. 7: Tanoshiu Manabu Untenmenkyo (Fun Learning About Driving License) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 8: 1 Jikan de Wakaru Kabushiki Toushi (Understand Equity Investments in 1 Hour) (developed by Game Stage)
  • Vol. 9: Watashi Style no Aromatherapy (My Style's Aromatherapy) (developed by Hi)
  • Vol. 10: Tarot Uranai (Tarot Fortune Telling) (developed by Game Stage and Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 11: Katei de Dekiru Tsubo Shiatsu (Key Point Shiatsu That's Possible At Home) (developed by Ask)
  • Vol. 12: Katei no Igaku ~Shindan Jiten~ (Home Medicine ~Diagnosis Encyclopedia~) (developed by Ask)
  • Vol. 13: Shinri Game ~Soreike x Kokology: Kokoro no Uso no Maka Fushigi~ (Psychology Game ~Go for it x Kokology: The Profound Mysteries of the Lies of the Mind) (developed by access)
  • Vol. 14: Kurashi no Manner ~Kanninsousai Hen~ (Manners of Life ~Family Ceremony Edition~) (developed by Sol and Bestmedia)
  • Vol. 15: Inu no Kaikata ~Sekai no Inu no Catalogue~ (How to Keep a Dog ~Catalogue of Dogs of the World~) (developed by Billiken Soft)
  • Vol. 16: Neko no Kaikata ~Sekai no Neko no Catalogue~ (How to Keep a Cat ~Catalogue of Cats of the World~) (developed by Billiken Soft)
  • Vol. 17: Planetarium (developed by Highwaystar)
  • Vol. 18: Kanji Quiz ~Kanji Kentei ni Challenge~ (Kanji Quiz ~Challenge the Kanji Certification~) (developed by Dyna)
The game had already been released by Dyna as Kanji Quiz: Kanji Kentei ni Challenge

Simple 1500 Hello Kitty Series

  • Vol. 1: Hello Kitty Bowling (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 2: Hello Kitty Illust Puzzle (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 3: Hello Kitty Block Kuzushi (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 4: Hello Kitty Trump (developed by Amedio)

Simple Character 2000 Series

  • Vol. 1: Kidou Senshi Gundam: The Gunjin Shougi (Mobile Suit Gundam: The Soldier Shogi) (developed by Amedio)
  • Vol. 2: Afro Inu: The Puzzle (Afro Dog: The Puzzle) (developed by Axes Art Amuse)
  • Vol. 3: Kamen Rider: The Bike Race (Masked Rider: The Bike Race) (developed by Highwaystar)
  • Vol. 4: Jarinko Chie: The Hanafuda (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 5: High School! Kimengumi: The Table Hockey (High School! Strange Face Association: The Table Hockey) (developed by Break)
  • Vol. 6: Dokonjou Gaeru: The Mahjong (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 7: Ikkyuu-san: The Quiz (developed by Ooparts)
  • Vol. 8: Kagaru Ninja Tai Gatchaman: The Shooting (Scientific Ninja Corps Gatchaman: The Shooting) (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 9: Tsurikichi Sampei: The Tsuri (developed by Ving-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 10: Sakigaki! Otoko Juku: The Dochibouru (Pioneer! Man Lessons: The Dodgeball) (developed by access)
  • Vol. 11: Meitantei Conan: The Board Game (Case Closed: The Board Game) (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
  • Vol. 12: Kidou Butouden G Gundam: The Battle (Mobile Fighter G Gundam: The Battle) (developed by Bandai and Natsume. Considered a half Japanese port of Gundam: Battle Assault 2)[3]
  • Vol. 13: Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: The Battle (Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: The Battle) (developed by Bandai and Natsume. Considered a half Japanese port of Gundam: Battle Assault 2)[3]
  • Vol. 14: Nantettantei Idol: The Jigsaw Puzzle (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
  • Vol. 15: Cyborg 009: The Block Kuzushi (Cyborg 009: The Block Destruction) (developed by access)
  • Vol. 16: Ganba no Bouken: The Puzzle Action (Ganba's Adventure: The Puzzle Action) (developed by Ooparts)
  • Vol. 17: Sentou Mecha Xabungle: The Race in Action (Combat Mecha Xabungle: The Race in Action) (developed by access)

PlayStation 2

Simple 2000 Series

  • Vol. 1: The Table Game (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 2: The Party Game (developed by HuneX)
Known as Forty 4 Party and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 3: The Bass Fishing (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Bass Master Fishing and published by Agetec in Europe; known as Fisherman's Bass Club and published by Agetec in the US
  • Vol. 4: The Double Mahjong Puzzle (developed by Metro Corporation)
  • Vol. 5: The Block Kuzushi Hyper (The Block Destruction Hyper) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Bust-a-Bloc and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 6: The Snowboard (developed by Atelier Double)
Known as Snowboard Racer 2 and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 7: The Boxing ~Real Fist Fight~ (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Boxing Champions and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 8: The Tennis (developed by HuneX)
Known as Tennis Court Smash and published by Agetec in Europe
Known as Ultimate Mind Games and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 11: The Offroad Buggy (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Dirt Track Devils and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 12: The Quiz 20,000 Mon (The Quiz 20,000 Questions) (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 13: The Renai Adventure ~Garasu no Mori~ (The Love Adventure ~Forest of Glass~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 14: The Billiard (developed by argent)
Known as Billiards Xciting and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 15: The Rugby (developed by Siesta)
  • Vol. 16: The Sniper 2 ~Akumu no Juudan~ (The Sniper 2 ~Bullet of Nightmare~) (developed by Beastmedia and X-Road)
Known as The Sniper 2 and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 17: The Suiri ~Aratanaru 20 no Jikenbo~ (The Interference ~20 New Casebooks~) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 18: The Party Sugoroku (developed by Japan Art Media)
Known as Twenty 2 Party and published by 505 Games in Europe; planned for release in the US by Agetec as Deep Sea Party
  • Vol. 19: The Renai Simulation ~Watashi ni Oma Cafe~ (The Love Simulation ~My Oma Cafe~) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 20: The Dungeon RPG: Shinobu ~Mamono no Sumu Shiro~ (The Dungeon RPG: Shinobu ~The Goblin Inhabited Castle~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Eternal Quest and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 21: The Bishoujo Simulation RPG ~Moonlight Tale~ (The Beautiful GIrl Simulation RPG ~Moonlight Tale~) (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 22: The Tsuukin Densah Untenshi ~Densha de Go! 3 Tsuukinhen (The Commuter Train Officer ~Densha de Go! 3 Commuter Edition~) (developed by Taito)
  • Vol. 23: project minerva professional by D3 Publisher
Known as Puzzlemaniacs and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 24: The Bowling Hyper (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Bowling Xciting and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 25: The Menkyo Shutoku Simulation (The License Acquisition Simulation) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 26: The Pinball x 3 (developed by HuneX)
Known as Pinball Fun and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 27: The Pro Yakyuu ~2003 Pennant Race (The Pro Baseball ~2003 Pennant Race~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 28: The Bushidou ~Tsujigiri Ichidai~ (The Bushido ~The Age of Tsujigiri~) (developed by ALU)
Known as Katana Action and published by 505 Games in Europe; planned for release in the US by Agetec as Samurai Combat
  • Vol. 29: The Renai Board Game ~Seishun 18 Radio~ (The Love Board Game ~Youth 18 Radio~) (developed by Billiken Soft)
  • Vol. 30: The Street Basket 3 on 3 (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Basketball Xciting and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 31: The Chikyuu Boueigun (The Earth Defense Force) (developed by Sandlot)
Known as Monster Attack and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 32: The Sensha (The Tank) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Tank Elite and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 33: The Jet Coaster: Yuuenchi wo Tsukurou! (The Jet Coaster: Let's Make an Amusement Park!) (developed by Bimboosoft)
Known as Rollercoaster World and piblished by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 34: The Renai Horror Adventure ~Hyouryuu Shoujo~ (The Love Horror Adventure ~Drifting Girl~) (developed by Siesta)
  • Vol. 35: The Helicopter (developed by Tomcat System)
Known as Radio Helicopter and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 36: The Musume-Ikusei Simulation ~Otousan to Issho~ (The Daughter Raising Simulation ~Father and Company~) (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 37: The Shooting ~Double Shienryu~ (developed by Warashi)
Known as Steel Dragon EX and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 38: The Yuujou Adventure ~Hotaru Tamashii~ (The Friendship Adventure ~Hotarou Soul~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 39: The Boku no Machi Zukuri: Machi-ing Maker++ (The My Town Planning: Machi-ing Maker++) (developed by Indi Software)
  • Vol. 40: The Touyou Miou Ura Justsu ~Fuusui - Seimeihandan - Ekiura~ (The Three Major Oriental Fortune Telling Arts ~Feng Shui - Onomancy - Divination~ (developed by Game Stage)
  • Vol. 41: The Volleyball (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
Known as Volleyball Challenge and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 42: The Ishu KakaTuogi: Boxing vs Kick vs Karate vs Pro Wrest vs Juujutsu vs... (The Various Unarmed Fighting Disciplines: Boxing vs Kick vs Karate vs Pro Wrestling vs Jujitsu vs...) (developed by Daft)
Known as World Fighting and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 43: The Saiban ~Shinmai Shihoukan Momota Tsukasa no 10 no Saiban File~ (The Trial ~Novice Judicial Officer Tsukasa Momota's 10 Trial Files) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 44: The Hajimete no RPG ~Densetsu no Keishousha~ (The First RPG ~Legend of the Successor~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 45: The Koi to Namida to, Tsuioku... ~Thread Colors: Sayonara no Mukou Kawa~ (The Love and Tears and Reminiscence and... ~Thread Colors: Facing Goodbye~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 46: The Kanji Quiz ~Challenge Kanji Kentei~ (The Kanji Quiz ~Challenge Kanji Certification~) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 47: The Kessen Sekigahara (The Decisive Battle of Sekigahara) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Shogun's Blade and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 48: The Taxi ~Untenshu ha Kimida~ (The Taxi ~You Are the Driver~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Taxi Rider and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 49: The Dodgeball ~World Champion Dodge Baller~ (developed by access)
Known as Dodgeball and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 50: The Daibijin (The Large Beautiful Woman) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Demolition Girl and published by 505 Games in Europe. This was an April Fool's joke in America, sponsored by GamePro magazine.
  • Vol. 51: The Senkan (The Battleship) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Iron Sea and published by 505 Games in Europe
Known as Space Invaders: Invasion Day and published by Sammy in Europe; previously released as Chikyuu Shinryakugun: Space Raiders by Taito
  • Vol. 53: The Camer Kozou (The Camera Apprentice) (developed by HuneX)
Known as Paparazzi and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 54: The Taikai Kemono (The Ocean Beasts) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Deep Water and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 55: The Catfight: Onna Neko Densetsu (The Catfight: Woman Cat Legend) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Fighting Angels and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 56: The Survival Game (developed by Bestmedia and X-Road)
Europe release as Light War cancelled by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 57: The Pro Yakyuu 2004 (The Pro Baseball 2004) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Baseballmania and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 58: The Gekai (The Surgeon) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Emergency Room and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 59: The Uchuujin to Hanasou! ~Uchuujintte Naani?~ (The Let's Speak to an Alien! ~What's an Alien?~) (developed by Taito)
Previously released as Uchuujin to Hanasou! - Uchuujintte Naani? by Taito
  • Vol. 60: The Tokusatsu Henshin Hero (The SFX Transformation Hero) (developed by Daft
Known as Power Fighters and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 61: The Oneechanbara (The Sister Swordfight) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Zombie Zone and published by 505 Games
  • Vol. 62: The Super Puzzle Bobble DX (developed by Taito)
Compilation of Super Puzzle Bobble 1 and Super Puzzle Bobble 2
  • Vol. 63: Mogitate Muzugi! Onna Mamire no the Suiei Taikai (Fresh-Picked Swimsuits! The Swim Meet of Covered Woman) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Party Girls and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 64: The Splatter Action (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Splatter Master and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 65: The Kyonshi Panic (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Zombie Attack and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 66: The Party Unou Quiz (The Party Right-Brain Quiz) (developed by IMJ Entertainment and Mobile & Game Studio)
  • Vol. 67: The Suiri ~Soshite Daremo Inakunatta~ (The Interference ~And Then There Were None~) (developed by Tomcat Systems)
  • Vol. 68: The Tousou Highway ~Nagoya-Tokyo~ (The Escape Highway ~Nagoya-Tokyo~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Car Racing Challenge and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 79: The Board Game Collection (developed by Tomcat System)
Previously released as European Game Collection by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 70: The Kanshikikan (The Judgement Official) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 71: The Fantasy Renai Adventure: Kanojo no Densetsu, Shimobe no Sekiban (The Fantasy Love Adventure: Her Legend, My Litography) (developed by Bestmedia and X-Road)
Previously released as Kanojo no Densetsu, Shimobe no Sekiban by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 72: The Ninkyou (The Chivalry) (developed by Vingt et un Systems)
Known as Yakuza Fury and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 73: The Saiyuutou Saruden (The Journey to the West Battle Monkey Legend) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Monkey King and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 74: Onnanoko Senyou: The Oujisama to Romance ~Ripple no Tamago~ (For Girls Only: The Prince and Romance ~Egg of Ripple~) (developed by HuneX)
Previously released as Onnanoko Senyou: Ripple no Tamago by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 75: The Tokudane ~Nihon Zankoku Scoop Rettou~ (The Exclusive News ~Japan National Scoop Islands~) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 76: The Hanasou Eigo no Tabi (The Spoken English Journey) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 77: The Hanasou Kankokugo no Tabi (The Spoken Korean Journey) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 78: The Uchuu Taisensou (The Great Space War) (developed by IMJ Entertainment and Bit Town)
Known as Space War Attack and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 79: Akko ni Omakase! The Party Quiz (Leave it to Akko! The Party Quiz) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 80: The Oneechamploo ~The Neechan Toketsuban~ (The Sister Champloo ~The Sister Special Compilation~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Zombie Hunters and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 81: The Chikyuu Boueigun 2 (The Earth Defense Force 2) (developed by Sandlot)
Known as Global Defense Force and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 82: The Kungfu (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Kung Fu and published by 505 Game Street in Europe
  • Vol. 83: The Konchuu Saishuu (The Insect Collection) (developed by Bestmedia and X-Road)
  • Vol. 84: The Boku ni Oma Cafe ~Kimagure Strawberry Cafe~ (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 85: The Sekai Meisaku Gekijou Quiz (The World Masterpiece Theatre Quiz) (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 86: The Menkou Shutoku Simulation ~Dourokoutsuuhou Taiouban~ (The License Acquisition Simulation ~Version for Revised Road Traffic Laws~) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 87: The Senko (The War Girl) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Dragon Sisters and published by Essential Games in Europe; also known at The Nadeshiko
  • Vol. 88: The Mini Bijo Keisatsu (The Mini Suke Police) (developed by Daft)
  • Vol. 89: The Party Game 2 (developed by HuneX)
Known as Party Carnival and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 90: The Oneechanbara 2 (The Sister Swordfighter 2) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 91: The All*Star Kakutou Matsuri (The All*Star Fighting Festival) (developed by Digital Zero)
Known as All-Star Fighters and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 92: The Noroi Game (The Cursed Game) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 93: The Unou Drill (The Right-Brain Drill) (developed by Luxe)
Known as Become a Genius and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 94: The Akachampion: Come On Baby (The Baby Champion: Come On Baby) (developed by Expotato)
Previously released as The Akachampion: Come On Baby by Expotato in Korea
  • Vol. 95: The Zombie vs. Kyuukyuusha (The Zombie vs. Ambulance) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Zombie Virus and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 96: The Kaizoku ~Gaikotsu Ippai Re-tsu! (The Pirate ~Lots of Skeletons Lined Up!~) (developed by Digital Ware)
  • Vol. 97: The Koi no Engine ~Darling Special: Backlash~ (The Engine of Love ~Darling Special: Backlash~) (developed by Nest and T's Factory)
Previously released as Darling Special: Backlash ~Koi no Exhaust Heat~ by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 98: The Roman Sabou (The Roman Teahouse) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 99: The Genshijin (The Primitive Man) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
Known as Darwin and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 100: The Otokotachi no Kijuuhouza (The Men's Machine Gun Platform) (developed by Opus Studio)
  • Vol. 101: The Oneechanpon ~The Neechan 2 Tokubetsuhen~ (The Sister Mixture ~The Sister 2 Special Edition ~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Zombie Hunters 2 and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 102: The Hohei ~Senjou no Inutachi~ (The Infantry ~Dogs of the Battlefield~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 103: The Chikyuu Boueigun Tactics (The Earth Defense Force Tactics) (developed by thinkArts)
Known as Global Defence Force Tactics and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 104: The Robot Tsukuruuze! ~Gekitou! Robot Fight~ (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 105: The Maid Fuku to Kikanjuu (The Maid Outfit and Machine Gun) (developed by Rideon)
  • Vol. 106: The Block Kuzushi Quest ~DragonKingdom~ (The Block Destruction Quest ~DragonKingdom~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 107: The Honoo no Kakutou Banchou (The Blazing Fighting Leader) (developed by Opus Studio)
  • Vol. 108: The Nihon Tokushubutai (The Japan Special Forces) (developed by Ving-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 109: The Taxti 2 ~Utenshi ha Yappari Kimi da!~ (The Taxi 2 ~You Are Still the Driver!~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 110: The Tousou Prisoner ~Los City Shinjitsu heno 10 Jikan~ (The Escaping Prisoner ~10 Hours to the Los City Truth~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Also known as The Escape from Los Angeles
  • Vol. 111: The Itadaki Rider ~Omae no Bike ha Ore no Mono~ (The Receiving Rider ~Your Bike is Mine~) (developed by Sproing)
Known as Jacked and published by Empire Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 112: The Tousou Highway 2 ~Road Warrior 2050~ (The Escape Highway 2 ~Road Warrior 2050~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 113: The Tairyou Jigoku (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 114: The Jo'okappichi Torimonochou ~Oharuchan GOGOGO!~ (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 115: The Room Share to Iu Seikatsu (developed by thinkArts and GCrest)
  • Vol. 116: The Nekomura no Hitobito ~Pug Daikan no Akugyouzanmai~ (The People of Neko Village) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 117: The Zerosen (The Zero Fighter Plane) (developed by Mobile & Game Studio and Bit Town)
  • Vol. 118: The Ochimusha ~Ikaebu Samurai Toujou~ (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 119: The Survival Game 2 (developed by Bestmedia)
  • Vol. 120: The Saigo No Nippon Hei ~Utsukushiki Kokudo Dakkan Sakusen~ (The Last Japanese Soldier ~It Comes Beautifully, the National Recapture Maneuvers~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 121: The Boku No Machi Dukuri 2 ~Machi-ing Maker 2.1~ (The My Town Layout 2 ~Town Maker 2.1~) (developed by Media Factory)
  • Vol. 122: The Ningyo Hime Monogatari ~Mermaid Prism~ (The Mermaid Princess Story ~Mermaid Prism~) (developed by Ving-et-un Systems)

Simple 2000 Honkaku Shikou Series

  • Vol. 1: The Shougi ~Morita Kazuo no Shougi Shinan~ (The Shougi ~Kazuo Morita's Shougi Teaching~) (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 2: The Igo (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 3: The Chess (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
Known as Master Chess and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 4: The Mahjong (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 5: The Kiryoku Kentei ~Tanoshiku Manaberu Igo Nyuumon~ (The Kiryoku Certification ~Igo Introduction for Enjoyable Learning) (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 6: The Card (developed by Amedio
Known as Ultimate Casino and published by 505 Games in Europe

Simple 2000 Hello Kitty Series

  • Vol. 1: Starlight Puzzle (developed by Atelier Double)
  • Vol. 2: Minna de Sugoroku (Everyone's Sugoroku) (developed by Atelier Double)

Simple 2000 Ultimate Series

  • Vol. 1: Love*Smash! Super Tennis Players (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 2: Edit Racing (developed by Yuke's)
  • Vol. 3: Saisoku! Zokusha King ~Buchigiri Densetsu~ (Fastest! Family Car King ~Acceleration Legend~) (developed by Tamsoft
Known as Maxxed Out Racing and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 4: Urawaza Ikasa Mahjong Machi ~Oniisan, Tsukan Jimatta Youdanne~ (developed by argent)
  • Vol. 5: Love*Mahjong! (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 6: Love*Upper! (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Heart Beat Boxing and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 7: Saikyou! Shirobi King ~Security Police~ (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Police Chase Down and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 8: Gekitou! Meiro King (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
Known as Maze Action and published by Agetec in Europe
  • Vol. 9: Bakusou! Manhattan ~Runabout 3 neoAGE~ (developed by Climax)
Known as Runabout 3 neoAGE and published by bam! Entertainment in Europe; previously released as Runabout 3 neoAGE by Hearty Robin
  • Vol. 10: Love Songs ~Idol ga Classmate~ (Love Songs ~Classmate Idol~) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 11: Wandaba Style (developed by HuneX)
Previously released as Wandaba Style by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 12: Street Golfer (developed by Polygon Magic)
Known as Street Golfer and published by 505 Games in Europe; previously released as Street Golfer by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 13: Kyousou! Tansha King ~Katobbi! Baribari Densetsu~ (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Motorbike King and published by 505 Games
  • Vol. 14: Toukon! Dramatic Mahjong ~Ten: Tenwa Doori no Kaidanji~ (developed by Agenda)
  • Vol. 15: Love*Pingpong! (developed by Tamsoft and HuneX
Known as Pink Pong and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 16: Sengoku vs Gendai (Sengoku Era vs Present Days) (developed by Psyworks)
Known as Deadly Strike and published by Midas Interactive in Europe
  • Vol. 17: Taisen! Bakudan Poi Poi (developed by Flat-Out and IMJ Entertainment)
  • Vol. 18: Love*Aerobi (Love*Aerobics) (developed by Tamsoft and HuneX)
Known as Fitness Fun and published in Europe by 505 Games
  • Vol. 19: Akagi ~Yami ni Oritatta Tensai~ (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 20: Love*Mahjong! 2 (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 21: Kensha Juutou! Yankee Banchou ~Densetsu no Shouwa 99 Toshi~ (First-Class Brawl! Yankee Leader ~Legendary Shouwa 99 Year~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Known as Street Boyz and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 22: Stylish Mahjong: Usagi ~Yasei no Toupai~ & Usagi ~Yasei no Toupai the Arcade~ Double Pack (Stylish Mahjong: Rabbit ~Wild Fighting Title~ & Rabbit ~Wild Fighting Title the Arcade~ Double Pack) (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 23: Project Minerva Professional (developed by Flat-Out and IMJ Entertainment)
Known as Project Minerva Professional and published by Midas Interactive in Europe; previously released as Project Minerva by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 24: Makai Tensei (Spirit World Reincarnation) (developed by Tamsoft)
Previously released as Makai Tensei by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 25: Chou Saisoku! Zokusha King BU no BU ~Buchigiri Densetsu 2 Kai~ (Super-Fastest! Family Car King BU of BU ~Acceleration Legend 2 Revised~) (developed by Tamsoft)
Updated version of Chou Saisoku! Zokusha King BU ~Buchigiri Densetsu 2~, also known as Simple Outlaws DX Gaiden
  • Vol. 26: Love*Smash! 5.1 ~Tennis Robo no Hanran~ (Love*Smash! 5.1 ~The Rebellion of Tennis Robo) (developed by HuneX)
Known as Tennis 5.1 and published by 505 Games in Europe; updated version of Love*Smash 5
  • Vol. 27: Houkago no Love*Beat (After School Love*Beat) (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 28: Tousou! Kenka Grand Prix ~Drive to Survive~ (Conflict! Brawl Grand Prix ~Drive to Survive~) (developed by Supersonic)
English game by Supersonic released first in Europe as Mashed: Fully Loaded and published by Empire Interactive; also known as Kaidou! Genocide Grand Prix
  • Vol. 29: K-1 Premium 2005 Dynamite!! (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
Updated version of K-1 Premium 2004 Dynamite!!
  • Vol. 30: Kourin! Zokusha God ~Buchigiri*Airabuyuu~ (Advent! Family Car God ~Acceleration*I Love You) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 31: K1 World Max 2005 ~Sekai Ouja heno Michi~ (K1 World Max 2005 ~Road to the World King~) (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
  • Vol. 32: Azumi (developed by ESP)
Previously released as Azumi by ESP
  • Vol. 33: Ururun Quest: Koiyuuki (Teary Eyes Quest: Journey to the Love) (developed by Ving-et-un Systems)
Previously released as Ururun Quest: Koiyuuki by D3 Publisher
  • Vol. 34: Sakigake! Otoko Juku (Pioneer! Man Lessons) (developer unknown or developed by D3 Publisher)[2]
Previously released as Sakigake! Otoko Juku by D3 Publisher

Simple 2000 2 in 1 Series

  • Vol. 1: The Tennis & The Snowboard (developed by HuneX and Atelier Double)
Previously released as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 8: The Tennis and Simple 2000 Series Vol. 6: The Snowboard
  • Vol. 2: The Bass Fishing & The Bowling Hyper (developed by Tomcat System and Tamsoft)
Previously released as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 3: The Bass Fishing and Simple 2000 Series Vol. 24: The Bowling Hyper
  • Vol. 3: The Puzzle Collection 2,000 Mon & The Touyou Miou Urajutsu (developed by HuneX and Game Stage)
Previously released as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 23: The Puzzle Collection 2,000 Mon and
  • Vol. 4: The Bushidou ~Tsujigiri Ichidai~ & The Sniper 2 ~Akumu no Juudan~ (developed by ALU and Bestmedia)
Previously released as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 28: The Bushidou ~Tsujigiri Ichidai~ and Simple 2000 Series Vol. 16: The Sniper 2 ~Akumu no Juudan~
  • Vol. 5: The Shooting ~Double Shienryu~ & The Helicopter (developed by Warashi and Tomcat System)
Previously released as Simple 2000 Series Vol. 37: The Shooting ~Double Shienryu~ and Simple 2000 Series Vol. 35: The Helicopter

PlayStation Portable

Simple 2500 Portable!! Series

  • Vol. 1: The Table Game (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 2: The Tennis (developed by HuneX)
Known as Super Pocket Tennis and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 3: The Dokodemo Suiri ~IT Tanteizan 68 no Jikenbo~ (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 4: Mitsuo Kodama Sensei Kanshuu: The Unou Drill (developed by Luxe)
  • Vol. 5: The Block Kuzushi Quest ~DragonKingdom~ (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 6: The Sensha (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 7: The Dokodemo Kanji Quiz ~Challenge! Kanji Kentei 2006~ (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 8: The Dokodemo Gal Mahjong (developed by HuneX)
  • Vol. 9: The My Taxi (developed by Tamsoft)

Dreamcast

Simple 2000 DC Series

Ported from the PlayStation game Simple 1500 Series Vol. 36: The Renai Simulation ~Natsu Iro Celeration~
  • Vol. 3: The Renai Simulation ~Fureai~ (The Love Simulation ~Contact~) (developed by HuneX)
Ported from the PlayStation game Simple 1500 Series Vol. 71: The Renai Simulation 2 ~Fureai~
  • Vol. 4: The Renai Adventure ~Okaeri!~ (The Love Adventure ~Welcome Home!~) (developed by HuneX)
Ported from the PlayStation game Simple 1500 Series Vol. 81: The Renai Adventure ~Okaeri!~

Game Boy Advance

Simple 2960 Tomodachi Series

  • Vol. 1: The Table Game Collection ~Mahjong - Shougi - Hanafuda - Reversi~ (developed by access)
  • Vol. 2: The Block Kuzushi (The Block Destruction) (developed by access)
Known as Brick 'em All and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 3: The Itsudemo Puzzle ~Massugu Soroete Straws~ (The Anytime Puzzle ~Line Up the Straws~) (developed by BeeWorks)
  • Vol. 4: The Trump ~Minna de Asouberu 12 Shurui no Trump Game~ (The Trump ~Everyone Play the 12 Types of Card Game~) (developed by Agenda and access)
Known as Funny Card and published by 505 Games in Europe

Nintendo DS

Simple DS Series

  • Vol. 1: The Mahjong (developed by Warashi)
  • Vol. 2: The Billiard (developed by Agenda)
Known as Billiard Action and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 3: The Mushitori Oukoku ~Shinshu Hakken! Nokogiri Kabuto!?~ (The Insect Catching Kingdom ~New Species Discovered! Saw Beetle!?~) (developed by Warashi)
Known as Beetle King and published by 505 Games in Europe
  • Vol. 4: The Block Kuzushi (The Block Destruction) (developed by Warashi)
Known as Brick 'em All DS and published by 505 Games in Europe; known as Break 'em All and published by D3 Publisher in the US
  • Vol. 5: The Trump (developed by Vanguard Works)
  • Vol. 6: The Party Game (developed by HuneX)
Known as Party Carnival and published by Essential Games in Europe
  • Vol. 7: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle (The Illustration Puzzle & Numeral Puzzle) (developed by Digital Ware)
  • Vol. 8: The Kanshikikan (The Police Investigator) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 9: Atama no Ikunaru: The Me no Training (Become Smart: The Eye Training) (developed by Japan Art Media)
  • Vol. 10: The Dokodemo Kanji Quiz (The Anywhere Kanji Quiz) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 11: Mou Ichido Kayoeru: The Otona no Shougakkou (You Can Attend Again: The Primary School for Adults) (developed by Affect)
  • Vol. 12: The Party Unou Quiz (The Party Right-Brain Quiz) (developed by Mobile & Game Studio)
  • Vol. 13: Ijoukishou wo Tsuppashire! The Arashi no Drift Rally (developed by Kemco)
  • Vol. 14: The Jidousha Kyoushuusho DS (The Driver's Training Institute DS) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 15: The Kanshikikan 2 ~8 New Cases~ (The Police Investigator 2 ~8 New Cases~) (developed by Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 16: The Sagasou Fushigina Konchuuno Mori (developed by DreamFactory)
  • Vol. 17: The Nezumino Action Game ~Mouse Town Lodi & Litano Bouken~ (The Mouse Action Game ~Mouse Town Lodi & Litano's Big Adventure) (developed by ART Co., Ltd)
Known as Flushed Away in Europe and America.
  • Vol. 18: The Soukou Kihei Gungrando (The Armor Machine Soldiers) (developed by Rideon)
  • Vol. 19: The Maikurosuteppu de Oboero Eitango (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 20: The Senkan (The Battleship) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 21: The Infantry (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 22: Age♂Age♂ The Zeroyon*Shinya (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 23: The Puzzle Quest: Agaria no Kishi (developed by 1st Playable Productions)
Known as Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords in Europe and America
  • Vol. 24: The Sensha (The Tank) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 25: The Koushounin (The Negotiator) (developed by Affect)
  • Vol. 26: The Quiz 30,000 Mon (The Quiz 30,000 Questions) (developed by Luxe)
  • Vol. 27: The Misshitsu Kara no Dasshutsu ~The Suiri Bangaihen~ (The Escape from a Secret Room ~The Reasoning Extra Edition~) (developed by Intense/Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 28: The Illust Puzzle & Suuji Puzzle 2 (The Illustration Puzzle & Number Puzzle 2) (developed by Digital Ware)
  • Vol. 29: The Sports Daishuugou ~Yakyuu - Tennis - Volleyball - Futsal - Golf~ (The Great Sports Meeting ~Baseball - Tennis - Volleyball - Futsal - Golf~) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 30: The Table Game ~Mahjong - Igo - Shougi - Card - Hanafuda - Reversi - Gomoku~ (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 31: The Choudangan! Custom Sensha (The Super Bullet! Custom Tank) (developed by thinkArts)
  • Vol. 32: The Zombie Crisis (developed by DreamFactory)
  • Vol. 33: The Crossword & Kanji Puzzle (developed by Digital Ware)
  • Vol. 34: The Haishasan (The Dentist) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 35: The Genshijin (The Primitive Man) (developed by Bestmedia)
  • Vol. 36: Alc de Minitsuku! TOEIC Test Bunpou Tokkun Hen (Master with Alc! TOEIC Test Grammar Crash Course Edition) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 37: Alc de Minitsuku! TOEIC Test Listening Kyouka Hen (Master with Alc! TOEIC Test Listening Enhancement Edition) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 38: Alc de Minitsuku! TOEIC Test Hajimete Hen (Master with Alc! TOEIC Test First-Time Edition) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 39: The Shouboutai (The Fire Brigade) (developed by Tamsoft)
  • Vol. 40: The Gekai (The Surgeon) (developed by Vingt-et-un Systems)
  • Vol. 41: The Bakudan Shori Han (The Bomb Disposal Squad) (developed Tomcat System)
  • Vol. 42: The Haioku Byoutou ~Norowareta Byouin kara no Dasshutsu~ (The Abandoned Ward ~Escape from the Cursed Hospital~) (developed by Intense)

Wii

Simple Wii Series

  • Vol. 1: The Minna de Kaato Reesu (The Everyone's Cart Racing) (developer yet to be announced)
  • Vol. 2: The Minna de Basu Duri Taikai (The Everyone's Fishing Conference) (developer yet to be announced)
  • Vol. 3: The Paatii Kajino (The Party Casino) (developer yet to be announced)
  • Vol. 4: The Shuutingu Akushon (The Shooting Action) (developer yet to be announced)
  • Vol. 5: The Burokku Kuzushi (The Block Destruction) (developer yet to be announced)
  • Vol. 6: The Waiwai Konbatto (The Waiwai Combat) (developer yet to be announced)

Simple 2000 Wii Series

  • Vol. 1: The Table Game (developed by Yuki Enterprise)
  • Vol. 2: The Party Game (developed by Tamsoft)

Notes

  1. Developer unknown.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 According to its own boxart, this game was developed by D3 Publisher. However, D3 Publisher doesn't develop games, so it is quite possible that the game is actually the work of an uncredited developer.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Gundam: Battle Assault (series)

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