The Legend of Sword and Fairy
The Legend of Sword and Fairy is a role-playing video game developed by the Taiwanese company Softstar Entertainment and its subsidiaries. The game incorporates elements of wuxia, shenmo and fantasy. ...
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List of The Legend of Sword and Fairy 2 characters
The following is a list of characters from the action role-playing game The Legend of Sword and Fairy 2 developed by the Taiwanese company Softstar Entertainment.
Wang Xiaohu (Chinese: 王小虎; pi...
List of The Legend of Sword and Fairy 2 characters - Wikipedia
Cyber Groove
Cyber Groove (known as 熱舞2000 or Dance 2000 in Chinese) in is a Taiwanese dancing game, by Front Fareast Industrial Corporation, played on a Microsoft Windows computer. It was released in January 200...
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The Legend of Sword and Fairy 2
The Legend of Sword and Fairy 2 is an action role-playing game developed by the Taiwanese company Softstar Entertainment. It is the second instalment in the The Legend of Sword and Fairy (or Chinese P...
Flame Dragon 2: Legend of Golden Castle
Flame Dragon 2: Legend of Golden Castle (炎龍騎士團2: 黃金城之謎) is a turn-based tactical role-playing computer game published by Dynasty International Information, a Taiwanese company. It was released in 1995...
Chinese Paladin 3 (TV series)
Chinese Paladin 3 is a Chinese television series adapted from the video game of the same title, and, because of an added time travel concept allowing the main protagonist from Chinese Paladin (2005) t...
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Wonderland Online
Wonderland Online is an MMORPG video game developed by Chinese Gamer International. In North America, the closed beta client was published on April 9, 2008 by Internet Gaming Gate. In China, Wonderlan...
Somari
Somari (Russian: Сомари; also known as Somari the Adventurer) is an unlicensed port of Sega's flagship video game Sonic the Hedgehog, produced for the Nintendo Famicom and sold primarily around As...
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Runes of Magic
Runes of Magic (RoM) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by the Taiwanese developer Runewaker Entertainment and adapted for the English and German-speaking market by...
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Chinese Paladin 3
Chinese Paladin 3 is an action role-playing game developed by the Taiwanese company Softstar Entertainment. It is the third instalment in the The Legend of Sword and Fairy (or Chinese Paladin) video g...
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Chinese Paladin (TV series)
Chinese Paladin is a Chinese television series adapted from the original version of the Taiwanese action role-playing game The Legend of Sword and Fairy by Softstar Entertainment. The series was produ...
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Squirrel King
Squirrel King is a platform/action video game produced, without license from Sega or by Disney, by the Taiwanese developer Gamtec for the Mega Drive. Gamtec is also responsible for the development of ...
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Dream of Mirror Online
Dream of Mirror Online (DOMO) is a free-to-play MMORPG game with story lines based on ancient Chinese mythology. It is the second online game of the Xuan-Yuan Sword series. The graphics are anime-styl...
Sango Fighter
Sango Fighter (武將爭霸) is a fighting game for DOS made by the Taiwanese Panda Entertainment and released in 1993. Set in the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history, it is very similar to Street Fighte...
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Railfan: Taiwan High Speed Rail
Railfan: Taiwan High Speed Rail (Railfan 台灣高鐵, レールファン台湾高鉄) is a July 12, 2007 train simulator co-developed by Ongakukan and Actainment for the PlayStation 3 system. The Asian market edition for Hong K...
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Martial Kingdoms
Martial Kingdoms (simplified Chinese: 天下霸图; traditional Chinese: 天下霸圖; pinyin: Tiān Xià Bà Tú) is a Chinese single-player wuxia strategy video game developed by Taiwan's T-Time Technology ...
F1 Racing Championship
F1 Racing Championship was a game developed by Ubisoft in 2000. It featured all the 22 drivers and 11 teams from the 1999 Formula One World Championship, as well as the 16 tracks (including the brand ...
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Xuan-Yuan Sword
Xuan-Yuan Sword (Chinese: 軒轅劍, literally "Sword of Yellow Emperor") refers to a series of Chinese role-playing video games for personal computers developed by DOMO group of Softstar Entertainment ...
Martial Masters
Martial Masters (Chinese: 形意拳 Xíngyìqúan; Japanese name: シンイーケン, Shin-Ī Ken) is an arcade fighting game developed by IGS and released in 1999. The setting and characters draw inspiration from Hong...
Super Fighter
Super Fighter (in Chinese: 快打至尊) is a fighting game for IBM-PC systems running MS-DOS. It was developed by C&E, Inc. of Taiwan, and first released in Taiwan on February 20, 1993. An English versio...
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Magic Jewelry
Magic Jewelry is a tile-matching puzzle video game for the NES derivative to Columns. It was programmed by Hwang Shinwei in Taiwan and released in 1990 by RCM Group, without a license from Nintendo.Th...
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Chinese Paladin 3 Gaiden: Wen Qing Pian
Chinese Paladin 3 Gaiden: Wen Qing Pian (simplified Chinese: 仙剑奇侠传三外传·问情篇; traditional Chinese: 仙劍奇俠傳三外傳·問情篇; pinyin: Xianjian Qixia Zhuan 3 Waizhuan: Wen Qing Pian) is the fourth installm...
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Sangokushi Internet
Sangokushi Internet (三國志 Internet) is Koei's first online video game based on the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series.
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List of Chinese Paladin 3 characters
The following is a list of characters from the action role-playing game Chinese Paladin 3 developed by the Taiwanese company Softstar Entertainment.
Jingtian (Chinese: 景天; pinyin: Jǐngtiān...
List of Chinese Paladin 3 characters - Wikipedia
Beggar Prince
Beggar Prince, originally known as Xin Qigai Wangzi (Chinese: 新乞丐王子, Hanyu Pinyin: Xīn Qǐgài Wángzǐ, Wade-Giles: Hsin Ch'i-kai Wang-tzu, literally The New The Prince and the Pauper) is a Chinese role-...
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