Yet another previously completely unheard of puzzle game from an unconfirmed yet alleged
NEOGEO third party software publisher. It was most likely abandoned in the huge clutter
wave of arcade puzzle games during the time period of 1994 through 1996.
It might not have ever been assigned a software product number. But even if it had been,
upon the games cancelation, the number was most likely revoked and reassigned to another game.
I'MAX was a Japan only and relatively obscure game developer that produced mostly arcade and
super famicom games. It is unknown exactly how or when they ventured into NEOGEO territory.
A company catalog or brochure surfaced a few years ago
which "briefly" or "indirectly" mentions software for the NEOGEO system?
-- September 1994 -- Maseki Taisen Stoon is displayed at the 1994 AM Show in Japan.
-- November 1994 -- Game Machine Magazine reports on the game and provides a screen shot .
-- September 1995 -- Maseki Taisen Stoon is displayed at the 1995 AM Show in Japan.
-- October 1995 -- Game Machine Magazine reports on the game and provides a screen shot .
CURRENT STATUS: LOST / NO LEADS