Enma Daiō is a 1993 hybrid quiz/lie detector arcade video game developed by Toaplan and published exclusively in Japan by Taito. In the game, players answer a number of question. As of 2019, the rights to the title is owned by Tatsujin, a company founded in 2017 by former Toaplan member Masahiro Yuge and now-affiliate of Japanese arcade manufacturer exA-Arcadia alongside many other Toaplan IPs.
Platforms: Nintendo Nes, Nintendo GameBoy, Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, Arcade
Publishers: Taito, Quicksilva
Elevator Action (エレベーターアクション, Erebētā Akushon) is a 1983 arcade game by Taito. A mix of the platform and shooter genres, the player assumes the role of a spy infiltrating a 30-story building filled with elevators and enemy agents who appear from behind closed doors.
Elevator Action Returns, also known as Elevator Action II, is a 1994 run and gun arcade game developed and published by Taito. It is the sequel to Elevator Action (1983), featuring a much more gritty and realistic setting. Returns retains the elevator-based gimmick from the original, but expands the gameplay system and replaces the spy motif with a new scenario involving a paramilitary team fighting against a terrorist group.
The mostly well-received game was ported to the Sega Saturn and releas…
Exit 2 (Kangaeru Exit (かんがえる いぐじっと, lit. "Thinking Exit") in Japan) is the sequel to the PlayStation Portable game Exit. The developers promised more focus on puzzles rather than action and platforming. It was released in Japan and Korea in 2006 and in Europe and Australia in 2007. A downloadable demo of the game was released in November 2006.
An Xbox Live Arcade (Xbox 360) version of the game was released on February 25, 2009.