For detailed information about this series, see: Tenchi wo Kurau on Wikipedia
Tenchi wo Kurau (lit. The Devouring of Heaven and Earth) is an action manga series by Hiroshi Motomiya, published by Shueisha.
- Tenchi wo Kurau (November 1983 - June 1985). A 7 volume manga.
- Tenchi wo Kurau: Makai Sangokushi (June 1988). PC-88. An action RPG developed by Winky Soft.
- Tenchi wo Kurau (April 1989). A beat'em up Arcade game by Capcom. Later released on Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, ZX-Spectrum and PC-Engine. Known as Dynasty Wars in English.
- Tenchi wo Kurau (May 19, 1989). NES. An RPG by Capcom. Later released for the Game Boy. Known as Destiny of an Emperor in English.
- Tenchi wo Kurau RPG (2006). Remake for mobile phones.
- Tenchi wo Kurau II: Shokatsu Koumei Den (April 5, 1991). NES. Japan-only sequel.
- Tenchi wo Kurau RPG II: Shokatsu Koumei Den (2007). Remake for mobile phones.
- Tenchi wo Kurau 2: Sekiheki no Tatakai (October 1992). A beat'em up Arcade game by Capcom. Later released on PlayStation, Sega Saturn and mobile phones. Known as Warriors of Fate in English.
- Tenchi wo Kurau Sangokushi Gunyuuden (August 11, 1995). A Japan-only simulation strategy game for SNES.
- Tenchi wo Kurau (October 2008). Pachislot.
- Tenchi wo Kurau (June 13, 2011). A trading card social game for mobile devices.
- CR Tenchi wo Kurau (August 20, 2012). Pachinko.
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|Capcom Baseball||October 1989||One of the players in the "Capcom Games" team is named "Tenchio", after the series.||3
|Side Arms||October 1992||The two player mobilsuits appear as part of the special ending in Tenchi wo Kurau 2.||1
|Street Fighter||October 1992||In the special ending of Tenchi wo Kurau 2, the Side Arms Mobilsuits appear dressed as Ryu and Ken and perform their signature moves.||1
|Strider||October 1992||A sword weapon in Tenchi wo Kurau 2 is named after Hiryu from Strider.||3
|Capcom Beat'em Up Bundle||September 18, 2018||Warriors of Fate is included in Capcom Beat'em Up Bundle.||2|