|Release Date||Title||Characteristic Genre Name||Developed By||System||Regions|
|April 6, 2000||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time||Ruby Party||PSX|
|April 1, 2005||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time ~Hachiyousho~||Ruby Party||PS2|
|Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time ~Maihitoyo~||Ruby Party||PS2|
|September 28, 2001/February 28, 2002||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time 2||Ruby Party||Windows/PS2|
|December 22, 2004||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time 3||Ruby Party||PS2|
|September 22, 2005||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time 3 ~Izayoiki~||Ruby Party||PS2|
|March 23, 2006||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time 3 ~Unmei no Meikyuu~||Ruby Party||PS2|
|Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time 4||Ruby Party|
|August 28, 2008||Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time ~Yume no Ukihashi~||Ruby Party||DS|
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