Galaxy Laboratory is a company consisting of MM, it's founder and primary programmer, and others that he chooses to colaborate with.
This company has developed several games across many genres, including a highly detailed action RPG, a mech battling game and a train simulator.
Please note that most of these games have not been translated into English and some of them are self-voicing. You will need to set your computer up to be able to translate Japanese games or have a working knowledge of Japanese in order to play.
Essentially an upgraded version of Hachamecha de train with many more features and the ability for translation.
A mech battling game. This game is self-voicing
This game appears to be unsupported, as it has been in beta status for several years..
This is Fighting Cores played like a gamebook. The story can be read and translated with a screen reader and is the same as the self-voicing version. Is no longer hosted by the developer.
This is a train simulator set in the fictional world of an RPG by another developer.
A side scrolling beat 'em up style game. Entirely self-voicing.
A set of minigames made in Text Game Maker, built around a small RPG. Includes a fishing game, a casino and a shooting game. No longer hosted on the developer's website.
An action RPG.
A far more advanced version of ShadowRine, containing voice acting and many other features.
A fighting game using the characters from various japanese audiogames and RPGs.