OverviewWarp Inc. is a Japanese development studio founded by Kenji Eno in 1994. It is a continuation of his earlier work at his studio Eim Ltd. The company first approached The 3DO Company to work on games.
Next to the titles credited here, the company also created Totsugeki Kikan! Megadasu!! (1994 - also appears to be known as Totsugeki Karakuri Megadasu!!), Trip'd (1995) and Oyaji Hunter Mahjong (1995), Short Warp (1996), Enemy Zero (1997), Real Sound: Kaze no Regret (1997 - a game without any visuals) and D-2 (1999).
The company got known mostly through the D series. Real Sound was also envisioned as a franchise, but although a sequel was announced, it was never produced. D-2 was the company's last game due to troubled relations with SEGA where it was a second party developer. Another game was in development, but never completed.
Eventually the company was renamed Superwarp and intended to enter the IT business, but that never took off. The company appears to have been closed eventually. In 2006 Kenji Eno announced to have started a new development company, From Yellow To Orange.
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