dB-SOFT

Overview

dB-SOFT Inc. (デービーソフト株式会社) was a Japanese software developer. Established in 1980 as Computer Land Hokkaido (株式会社コンピューターランド北海道) releasing software under the セブンターキー brand. In 1984 they changed their name to dB-SOFT.

They initially released video games for various home computers like the MSX, FM-7, X1 and NEC PC platforms and later the Famicom. Around the 1990s they changed focus to programming software and tools.

In 2001 they ceased operations after being merged into NetFarm Communications.

Games

Flappy Special(1990)
Flappy 2: The resurrection of Blue Star(1989)
Story of Melroon, The(1989)
Produce(1987)
LayLa(1986)
177(1986)
Zunō Senkan Galg(1985)
Volguard II(1985)
Hyper Sports(1985)
Laptick(1985)
King Flappy(1985)
Volguard(1984)
Ice Block(1983)
Zexas(1983)
Flappy(1983)

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