OverviewTechnopolis Soft was the software label of publishing house Tokuma's computer gaming magazine Technopolis (known as "Tekupori" for short). After the Famicom became a big hit, the average Japanese games player quickly transitioned to consoles, leaving computers with more "adult" genres. Technopolis followed suite, and became more and more adult-oriented, to the point where they actually trademarked the term "bishōjo games". Their software department followed a similar path.
The magazine ceased publishing in 1994, though the software label probably had disappeared before then.
Also Known As
- Technopolis Soft -- Former company name.
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