I realize there aren't too many Master System experts here, but it doesn't hurt to bring it up. Not too long ago, I noticed that "George Foreman's KO Boxing" for the SMS mentions it was programmed by SIMS Co., Ltd. (the company behind Vay, Outrun 2019, and others). Seeing as it was essentially a hack of "James 'Buster' Douglas Knockout Boxing"/"Heavyweight Champ," I figured those were also done by Sanritsu/SIMS (I figure Sanritsu and SIMS were the same company, but I don't have a lot of evidence). That snowballed into a further investigation by me. So far, it seems the following most likely were done by Sanritsu/SIMS:

Master of Darkness
Tecmo World Cup '93
Ninja Gaiden
Air Rescue
Dynamite Duke
Aerial Assault
Alien Storm
Line of Fire
Gain Ground
Bonanza Bros.
Wimbledon II
Buggy Run

It's not surprising. Sega farmed out some games to Compile in the 80s. By the time these games came out, the SMS was no longer supported in Japan and Sega may have not wanted to put a lot of manpower on it. There are other possible games. My full investigation can be found here:

I doubt anybody can help, but hey, I tried...